Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Jan 26, 2015 through Feb 26, 2015

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Jan 26
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. 
Jan 26
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Jan 26
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Jan 26
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. 
Jan 26
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Under Frozen Pond Episode Description: The Wild Kratts and Wild Kratts kids go on an underwater adventure to discover how pond animals survive in the winter. Science Concept: Survival strategies in winter. 
Jan 26
8:00 AM
Curious George Red Planet Monkey/Tortilla Express George is thrilled to visit Pizza and Einstein's Space Center to help solve a problem with the Mars rover. But a sleepy monkey falls asleep and wakes to discover that he and the Man with the Yellow Hat are going to Mars! Can the curious little monkey figure out what's been gumming up the rover's controls? Or was it all just a wonderful dream? / When the grocer runs out of masa (cornmeal), George and Marco are worried they won't be able to make Marco's famous tortillas for his abuela's birthday. Thankfully, Uncle Enrique makes it his mission to find the key ingredient. During their ride on the "Tortilla Express," all three learn where masa comes from and how it gets from the farm to Marco's table. 
Jan 26
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. 
Jan 26
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Sushi Problem/The Highlight Zone Problem The Sushi Problem - Japan. Peg and Cat help Aki pursue a tricky thief through the Japanese countryside, making use of their Ninja skills and three mysterious clues.Primary Content: Increasing and decreasing height and lengthSecondary Content: Deductive reasoning (using clues)The Highlight Zone Problem - Peg's Room/the Highlight Zone. Peg and Cat find their world turned black and white! They must identify ten things that are the wrong size or shape, before they will be allowed to leave...the Highlight Zone.Primary Content: Shape and sizeSecondary Content: Comparing 
Jan 26
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Armored Like an Ankylosaurus/Campout! "Armored Like an Ankylosaurus"The kids travel on the Dinosaur Train with Mr. Pteranodon to see his hero, Hank Ankylosaurus, play a game of Dinoball. Afterwards, they even get to play with Hank and learn what it's like to be a dinosaur that's covered with armored plates and a mighty club for a tail. "Campout! "Our Pteranodon family goes to the Big Pond for their first overnight camp out and meets a small frog with a big voice 
Jan 26
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Trashgiving Day Parade 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.  
Jan 26
11:02 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Sydney, Part 3 In the final episode, Jerry shows how to create final details on feathers using the script brush, sables, and chisel-edge brushes. Then finishes the weeds, grasses, and tree limbs. Bonus Feature: Repairing a damaged canvas, Step 3. 
Jan 26
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Crochet Day! First, Robyn Chachula demonstrates adding color and texture in a plaid-inspired scarf. Then, meet fashionistas the Double Stitch Twins, Monika and Erika Simmons, who make crochet cool. On Tools of the Trade, get hooked on crochet with these fun hook and yarn ideas from Tanis. Finally, Gayle Bunn demonstrates a simple crocheted baby hat and shows an easy, on-trend embellishment. 
Jan 26
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.  
Jan 26
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.  
Jan 26
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 26
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Colonial Curb Appeal At the Lexington project, Kevin finds the front gable wall of the second floor up and the roof framing underway. In Lexington's historic district, architect Frank Shirley shows Norm how people have been using front porches to lend character and charm to Colonial style homes for hundreds of years. Back at the house, Tom shows Kevin the framing of the new farmer's porch. Inside, Kevin sees how the homeowners are getting by without a kitchen, which has been gutted. Later, Tom presents a solution to the ceiling height challenge in the old part of the kitchen. 
Jan 26
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom replaces a broken window with a safer solution. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" Afterward, Richard shows a homeowner how to rotate a toilet. 
Jan 26
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America It's Chicken Time Everyone loves a great chicken dish and in this episode Lidia demonstrates the Braised Chicken with Smoky Provola and the Chicken Cacciatore Dishes. She also prepares a wonderful summertime salad, Panzanella, made of tomatoes and day old bread. 
Jan 26
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Special Pasta / Pasta Speciale Fresh homemade pasta is on the menu as Mary Ann creates uniquely-shaped Garganelli with a velvety-smooth Prosciutto di Parma and Cream sauce. Then she turns ordinary breadcrumbs, eggs and nutmeg into a classic, tube-shaped Passatelli and steeps them in soul-satisfying Chicken Broth. 
Jan 26
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated A Modern Take on Pizza and Grilled Cheese Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a great Thin-Crust Whole-Wheat Pizza with Garlic Oil, Three Cheeses, and Basil at home, and gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite pizza gadgets. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of goat cheese. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Grown-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with Cheddar and Shallot. 
Jan 26
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great Grilled Chicken and Texas Potato Salad COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Jan 26
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Jan 26
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Jan 26
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Jan 26
6:57 PM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Jan 26
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Questions of Loyalty Daphne dies giving birth to Hari's daughter, and her aunt, Lady Manners, decides to raise the child herself. About to be posted to the war front, Teddie Bingham and his fiancée, Susan Layton, decide to bring forward their marriage. 
Jan 26
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 3 Mary and Lord Gillingham put their love to the test. Bates also faces a trial. Cora makes a new friend, and Violet is reunited with an old one. 
Jan 26
9:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Jan 26
9:30 PM
On Story Men in Black: A Conversation with Ed Solomon Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew. Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew. 
Jan 26
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 26
10:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Jan 26
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Questions of Loyalty Daphne dies giving birth to Hari's daughter, and her aunt, Lady Manners, decides to raise the child herself. About to be posted to the war front, Teddie Bingham and his fiancée, Susan Layton, decide to bring forward their marriage. 
Jan 27
12:00 AM
Sosua: Make a Better World Sosua: Make a Better World tells the story of Jewish and Dominican teenagers in New York City's Washington Heights, who together with the legendary theater director, Liz Swados, put on a musical about the Dominican rescue of 800 Jews from Hitler's Germany. Award winning filmmakers Peter Miller and Renee Silverman interweave an intimate, behind-the-scenes portrait of the neighborhood with this little-known Holocaust story. 
Jan 27
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Colonial Curb Appeal At the Lexington project, Kevin finds the front gable wall of the second floor up and the roof framing underway. In Lexington's historic district, architect Frank Shirley shows Norm how people have been using front porches to lend character and charm to Colonial style homes for hundreds of years. Back at the house, Tom shows Kevin the framing of the new farmer's porch. Inside, Kevin sees how the homeowners are getting by without a kitchen, which has been gutted. Later, Tom presents a solution to the ceiling height challenge in the old part of the kitchen. 
Jan 27
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In the barn, Tom and Kevin build a watertight fire pit cover. Then Richard heads to Missouri to upgrade and vent a bathroom sink. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Jan 27
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America It's Chicken Time Everyone loves a great chicken dish and in this episode Lidia demonstrates the Braised Chicken with Smoky Provola and the Chicken Cacciatore Dishes. She also prepares a wonderful summertime salad, Panzanella, made of tomatoes and day old bread. 
Jan 27
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Special Pasta / Pasta Speciale Fresh homemade pasta is on the menu as Mary Ann creates uniquely-shaped Garganelli with a velvety-smooth Prosciutto di Parma and Cream sauce. Then she turns ordinary breadcrumbs, eggs and nutmeg into a classic, tube-shaped Passatelli and steeps them in soul-satisfying Chicken Broth. 
Jan 27
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated A Modern Take on Pizza and Grilled Cheese Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a great Thin-Crust Whole-Wheat Pizza with Garlic Oil, Three Cheeses, and Basil at home, and gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite pizza gadgets. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of goat cheese. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Grown-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with Cheddar and Shallot. 
Jan 27
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great Grilled Chicken and Texas Potato Salad COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Jan 27
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Sydney, Part 3 In the final episode, Jerry shows how to create final details on feathers using the script brush, sables, and chisel-edge brushes. Then finishes the weeds, grasses, and tree limbs. Bonus Feature: Repairing a damaged canvas, Step 3. 
Jan 27
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Crochet Day! First, Robyn Chachula demonstrates adding color and texture in a plaid-inspired scarf. Then, meet fashionistas the Double Stitch Twins, Monika and Erika Simmons, who make crochet cool. On Tools of the Trade, get hooked on crochet with these fun hook and yarn ideas from Tanis. Finally, Gayle Bunn demonstrates a simple crocheted baby hat and shows an easy, on-trend embellishment. 
Jan 27
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Latin America Roundtable Part II This week Dennis Wholey concludes his conversation with 4 experts on Latin America from leading think tanks to examine what is on the horizon for Latin America, what has gone unnoticed as the media has focused elsewhere and why these guests have devoted their careers to the region. Guest include Harold Trinkunas (Brookings), Amb. Roger F. Noriega (American Enterprise Institute), Vanessa Cárdenas (Center for American Progress) and Juan Carlos Hidalgo (Cato Institute). 
Jan 27
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.  
Jan 27
5:56 AM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Jan 27
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! 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 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. 
Jan 27
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. 
Jan 27
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 
Jan 27
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. 
Jan 27
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 
Jan 27
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Derek the Deinonychus/Don's Dragonfly "Derek the Deinonychus"Buddy, Tiny and Mom visit a family of Deinonychus, dinosaurs with large, sharp toe-claws. They meet a kid named Derek who uses his toe-claws to not only hunt with but to carve great art! "Don's Dragonfly" Don makes a new friend with red feet, a dragonfly named Howard. 
Jan 27
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.  
Jan 27
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Southeastern Canada 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.  
Jan 27
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's all in the Technique We all love adding new ideas and materials to our quilting repertoire. Sometimes older techniques are the source of new inspiration. First, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates heirloom smocking. Learn how to transform a piece of fabric into one that looks like it's been woven. Then, meet artist Linda McLaughlin as she shares a technique for using masks to create custom screens for deconstructed screen printing. In the last segment, host Pokey Bolton shares some drug store finds to make quilting easier and inexpensive. 
Jan 27
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Jan 27
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.  
Jan 27
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 27
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GA 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, we'll show you recipes for successful container gardening no matter how small or large the space. 
Jan 27
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Garden Design for the Future Landscape architect students illustrate designs that face the future. On tour, a multi-level design charmed anxious slopes for family living and habitat restoration. 
Jan 27
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Soup Four classic soups made from scratch in Julia's kitchen: aromatic steaming hot French Onion Soup, topped with a baked crust of Swiss cheese; Vichyssoise, or chilled Leek and Potato Soup, as well as an original variation on the theme using watercress; and a hearty Mediterranean fish stew with an authentic rouille. And, because no show about soup would be complete without chicken soup, we are presented Chicken and Noodle and Chicken and Rice Soups. 
Jan 27
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Nick Malgieri Nick Malgieri demonstrates authentic Sicilian specialties like savory pizza rustica and fig-filled treats called "X" cookies. 
Jan 27
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Pâte à Choux Martha demystifies pâte à choux by demonstrating how easy it is to make. Though it may seem intimidating, it's made with only four ingredients and cooked on the stovetop. Once mastered, it can be used to make cream puffs, éclairs, profiteroles and cheesy gougères. 
Jan 27
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals MEAL IN A PAN #413: MEAL IN A PANFeeds Wed., 1/21/15 & Wed., 4/22/15What's faster and easier than cooking a meal in one pan? Sara shares this secret for weeknight success with two flavorful recipes: A beautiful Yellow Squash Soup, and a fast but elegant Pearl Couscous with Shellfish. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 27
6:57 PM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Jan 27
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Kentucky The Bluegrass State offers a rich culinary history that rivals that of America's more well-known food destinations. A few ingredients come to Ed's mind when he thinks about his adopted state: country ham, sorghum and smoke. Ed visits Nancy Newsom, still making her family's ham with their century-old recipe, with Southern food historian and Atlanta chef Linton Hopkins. Then it's off to Owensboro with homegrown chef Ouita Michel to make a dish featuring two more local ingredients: smoke and spoonbill caviar. Yes, caviar from Kentucky. And finally, Ed places Kentucky's most prized crop — sorghum — on a pedestal and creates a decadent ice cream with the viscous, sweet, earthy amber syrup. 
Jan 27
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Latitude In many ways, cooking with southern ingredients feels like second nature to Ed, and for good reason — South Korea and Kentucky both lie along the same latitudinal line. The 38th parallel also spans southern Spain and Italy, San Francisco and generous portions of the American South. A similar terroir translates into some interesting culture crossings for chefs like Ed, as well as State Bird Provisions' Stuart Brioza, who prepares a salad inspired by San Francisco and the Mediterranean, and Hog & Hominy's Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman, who cook Memphis favorites imbued with Calabrian family traditions. Ed collaborates with Andy Ricker on a pancake that ties together the influences of China, Korea and Kentucky. 
Jan 27
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow New York City, Part 3 In NYC, host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Nicholas M. Dawes at the Salmagundi Club to learn about porcelain mugs created by former artist members. Highlights include a Tiffany presentation watch that was gifted to NYPD lieutenant Giuseppe Petrosino by the Italian government; a 1943 Irving Berlin manuscript that was discovered nestled in the pages of a photo album belonging to the family of the Columbia Records president; and a collection of rare 1903 American Beauty-backed tobacco baseball cards in pristine condition, appraised for $200,000. 
Jan 27
9:00 PM
Speakeasy Carlos Santana with Harry Belafonte Carlos Santana, the ten-time Grammy Award-winning guitarist and composer, meets with social activist and "King of Calypso" Harry Belafonte. Together, they discuss much debated social issues, spirituality and alternatives to the culture of fear inherent in today's media. 
Jan 27
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 27
10:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Jan 27
11:00 PM
Chinese Medicine Master American medical doctor, Andrew Cunningham, travels to the "Silicon Valley" of the Chinese Medical field in Anhui Province to meet a nationally recognized "Heir to Chinese Medicine," Master Li Jiren. Master Li mainly learned under the tutelage of Master Zhang Yitie who is the 13th generation of a long family lineage of Chinese masters. He married Zhang Yitie's daughter, also a Chinese medicine practitioner. Master Li's children are doctors too, creating the 15th generation of the most famous family in the medical field in Anhui Province, China. Master Li teaches Andrew about Chinese diagnostic techniques including pulse diagnosis and observation of the tongue. Andrew also learns about different treatment plans that include acupuncture, "cupping", and medicinal herbs from Master Li. 
Jan 28
12:00 AM
Speakeasy Carlos Santana with Harry Belafonte Carlos Santana, the ten-time Grammy Award-winning guitarist and composer, meets with social activist and "King of Calypso" Harry Belafonte. Together, they discuss much debated social issues, spirituality and alternatives to the culture of fear inherent in today's media. 
Jan 28
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GA 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, we'll show you recipes for successful container gardening no matter how small or large the space. 
Jan 28
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Garden Design for the Future Landscape architect students illustrate designs that face the future. On tour, a multi-level design charmed anxious slopes for family living and habitat restoration. 
Jan 28
2:00 AM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Soup Four classic soups made from scratch in Julia's kitchen: aromatic steaming hot French Onion Soup, topped with a baked crust of Swiss cheese; Vichyssoise, or chilled Leek and Potato Soup, as well as an original variation on the theme using watercress; and a hearty Mediterranean fish stew with an authentic rouille. And, because no show about soup would be complete without chicken soup, we are presented Chicken and Noodle and Chicken and Rice Soups. 
Jan 28
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia Nick Malgieri Nick Malgieri demonstrates authentic Sicilian specialties like savory pizza rustica and fig-filled treats called "X" cookies. 
Jan 28
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Pâte à Choux Martha demystifies pâte à choux by demonstrating how easy it is to make. Though it may seem intimidating, it's made with only four ingredients and cooked on the stovetop. Once mastered, it can be used to make cream puffs, éclairs, profiteroles and cheesy gougères. 
Jan 28
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals MEAL IN A PAN #413: MEAL IN A PANFeeds Wed., 1/21/15 & Wed., 4/22/15What's faster and easier than cooking a meal in one pan? Sara shares this secret for weeknight success with two flavorful recipes: A beautiful Yellow Squash Soup, and a fast but elegant Pearl Couscous with Shellfish. 
Jan 28
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Southeastern Canada 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.  
Jan 28
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's all in the Technique We all love adding new ideas and materials to our quilting repertoire. Sometimes older techniques are the source of new inspiration. First, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates heirloom smocking. Learn how to transform a piece of fabric into one that looks like it's been woven. Then, meet artist Linda McLaughlin as she shares a technique for using masks to create custom screens for deconstructed screen printing. In the last segment, host Pokey Bolton shares some drug store finds to make quilting easier and inexpensive. 
Jan 28
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Jan 28
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.  
Jan 28
5:56 AM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Jan 28
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. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 28
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Mobility and Balance This episode highlights a variety of exercises to improve balance and concludes with stroking. 
Jan 28
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Falcon City The Kratt brothers are itching to fly with the world's fastest animal, the Peregrine falcon, which can hit top speeds of 240 mph. But their efforts are side-tracked when the Wild Kratts team challenges them to find the falcon in the city instead.Science Concepts: Gravity 
Jan 28
8:00 AM
Curious George Ice Station Monkey/The Perfect Carrot Ice Station Monkey: George and the Man with the Yellow Hat are having a blast on their research assignment in the Antarctic! Professor Wiseman has enlisted the pair to help find the nesting grounds of the Chinstrap penguins. Our explorers set out in different directions. George meets a Chinstrap penguin, but loses his camera to a pesky sea otter who swims away. When the Man finds George, they chase the sea otter by jumping ice floes...but discover too late that a blizzard is approaching! George and the Man find refuge in a cave. When the blizzard passes, they emerge on the other side of the island in the middle of the penguins' nesting ground! Mission accomplished! ED OBJ: To be introduced to the idea of building a shelter using natural available materials The Perfect Carrot: George and Bill are feeding the rabbits, when suddenly they run out of carrots. George can't believe it when Bill pulls a carrot out of the ground. George wants to grow his own carrots. Armed with a packet of seeds and instructions from Bill, George plants his garden. After 66 days of tending, watering and keeping Jumpy away, George has a prize-winning carrot! It's so perfect that George carries it around in a fancy telescope case to protect it. George visits Bill's house to show it off, but learns that the bunnies have gone missing! George finds the bunnies in a cave, hungry and scared. It's a hard decision to make, but George sacrifices his perfect carrot for the bunnies to eat while he finds help. Thanks to George and his "carroty hero," the bunnies are both saved and fed. EDU OBJ: To make a connection between plants, and the food people and animals eat. 
Jan 28
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. 
Jan 28
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem The Pirate Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat show a group of veryhungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly. Primary Content: Fair sharingSecondary Content: Adding within 4The Sleepover Problem - Peg's House. When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg's house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.Primary Content: Counting to 20Secondary Content: 4 + 1 = 5 
Jan 28
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Hootin' Hadrosaurs!/Hatching Party "Hootin' Hadrosaurs!"Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don meet Perry Parasaurolophus, a dinosaur with a crest on his head who teaches them a new way to hoot some hip music. "Hatching Party"Buddy, Tiny and Mrs. Pteranodon attend an egg hatching party and meet their friend Cory Corythosaurus's new brothers and sisters. 
Jan 28
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.  
Jan 28
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Salty Sea 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. 
Jan 28
11:30 AM
Sew It All Faux Fur Fun, Cheryl Zuczek Learn the ins and outs of working with faux fur. 
Jan 28
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.  
Jan 28
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.  
Jan 28
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 28
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Gardeners are constantly thinking about what they can do differently, how they can make their yards and gardens more attractive. In this episode, GardenSMART visits with several interesting gardeners who had some significant challenges yet overcame their obstacles. The end result is outstanding. 
Jan 28
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Thinking Toys 2 WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Jan 28
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxacan Cheese Primer In Mexico, cheese is all about fresh cheese. So fresh, in fact, that Rick planned his cheese making with two local women in the village of Rojas around the milking of the alfalfa-fed cows. We see that uber-fresh milk turned into the sweet, tender curds known as queso fresco and the tangy, salty quesillo (string cheese) so ubiquitous to many Oaxacan specialties. In his Chicago home kitchen, Rick encourages viewers to try their own hand at fresh cheese. As a reward, he creates a simple dinner featuring the just-made cheeses as well as salsas from his grill with salad from the garden. Fresh indeed! 
Jan 28
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1802 - Home style Comfort Food : Back at the Fancy Food Show in New York City, Chef Joe continues to taste new and exciting products from all over the United States. The chef heads back into the test kitchen to show you how to make a unique grilled cheese. After his grilled cheese, he demonstrates, step-by-step, how to make a beef sauce for a ravioli dish. 
Jan 28
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. 
Jan 28
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. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 28
6:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Jan 28
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians, Part 2 In the second program, FRONTLINE examines the period after the first revolt, tracing the development and impact of the Gospels and looking at the increasingly hostile relationship between the Christians and the Jews. The film looks at another bloody Jewish war against Rome, the second revolt, assessing its impact on the Christianity movement. The broadcast documents the extraordinary events of the second and third centuries in which Christianity grew from a small Jewish sect to an official religion of the Roman Empire. 
Jan 28
9:00 PM
Power to the People with Johan Norberg As developing countries escape poverty and march toward prosperity and better lives, more people than ever are using energy - to power their homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses, and connect to the global economy. But how will the world continue to provide more energy while still protecting our environment? Hosted by Johan Norberg, this revealing program explores how innovation and new technologies are providing answers to our world's growing energy needs.From a solar facility in Morocco to wind farms in England, from a hydraulic fracturing site in Pennsylvania to a trucking company in Florida that is converting its fleet to natural gas, Power to the People examines how innovators from around the world are finding new, creative, and cost-effective solutions to our planet's growing energy needs. 
Jan 28
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 28
10:57 PM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Jan 28
11:00 PM
OCEAN FRONTIERS: THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA IN OCEAN STEWARDSHIP Green Fire Productions has traveled the country from coast to coast, capturing stories of these ocean pioneers—people who are embarking on a new course of stewardship, in defense of the seas that sustain them. 
Jan 29
12:00 AM
Power to the People with Johan Norberg As developing countries escape poverty and march toward prosperity and better lives, more people than ever are using energy - to power their homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses, and connect to the global economy. But how will the world continue to provide more energy while still protecting our environment? Hosted by Johan Norberg, this revealing program explores how innovation and new technologies are providing answers to our world's growing energy needs.From a solar facility in Morocco to wind farms in England, from a hydraulic fracturing site in Pennsylvania to a trucking company in Florida that is converting its fleet to natural gas, Power to the People examines how innovators from around the world are finding new, creative, and cost-effective solutions to our planet's growing energy needs. 
Jan 29
1:00 AM
Electric Road Trip; The Filmmaker Jonathan Slade and his wife Novia Campbell set out from Oakland, Maryland in their electric car with one question in mind: how long will it take them to make it to Ocean City, Maryland - more than 500 miles - using only electric charging stations along the way? What unfolds is a 21st century adventure and a lesson for anyone interested in the development of alternative energy. 
Jan 29
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxacan Cheese Primer In Mexico, cheese is all about fresh cheese. So fresh, in fact, that Rick planned his cheese making with two local women in the village of Rojas around the milking of the alfalfa-fed cows. We see that uber-fresh milk turned into the sweet, tender curds known as queso fresco and the tangy, salty quesillo (string cheese) so ubiquitous to many Oaxacan specialties. In his Chicago home kitchen, Rick encourages viewers to try their own hand at fresh cheese. As a reward, he creates a simple dinner featuring the just-made cheeses as well as salsas from his grill with salad from the garden. Fresh indeed! 
Jan 29
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1802 - Home style Comfort Food : Back at the Fancy Food Show in New York City, Chef Joe continues to taste new and exciting products from all over the United States. The chef heads back into the test kitchen to show you how to make a unique grilled cheese. After his grilled cheese, he demonstrates, step-by-step, how to make a beef sauce for a ravioli dish. 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 29
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Salty Sea 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. 
Jan 29
4:30 AM
Sew It All Faux Fur Fun, Cheryl Zuczek Learn the ins and outs of working with faux fur. 
Jan 29
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.  
Jan 29
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.  
Jan 29
5:57 AM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Lymphatic System Mary Ann uses soothing music and slow gentle movements to stimulate the lymphatic system. 
Jan 29
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 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 29
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 
Jan 29
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Old Spinosaurus & the Sea/A Spiky Tail Tale "The Old Spinosaurus & the Sea" Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to fish in a new place, where they meet a huge, grumpy old dinosaur, called a Spinosaurus, that doesn't want the kids in his Sea. Eventually the kids befriend him, and they teach each other their own unique way to catch fish. "A Spiky Tail Tale" Buddy and Tiny help settle an argument between Morris Stegosaurus and Alvin Allosaurus, two very big dinosaurs - one with a very spiky tail, the other with a mouthful of sharp teeth. 
Jan 29
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Baby Bear Comes Clean SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Jan 29
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Jan 29
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy How to Sew Art, Part 1 Start with a digital photo and create an awesome quilted fabric photograph.Nancy's guest, Tammie Bowser, award winning quilter, shares her amazing technique of transforming a digital photo into quilted photography. Learn how to change a photo into pixels, choose fabrics by color value, and create a unique wall hanging. 
Jan 29
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.  
Jan 29
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick George Wallace - Laff it Off! Jay Leno calls George Wallace the "Iron Man" of comedy. With his book Laff It Off! George not only continues to keep us laughing, but his words of wisdom also give us plenty of food for thought. 
Jan 29
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 29
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Palm Beach Visit Palm Beach, Florida, where Dr. John Zahina-Ramos of Just One Backyard shows how to plant sweet potatoes in a wheelbarrow and then how to make a wall garden. Then visit Jojo Milano, who left the urban life of Miami to start a farm in rural Palm Beach County where she raises purebred Nubian and Lamancha goats and makes cheese from their milk. Next, head to the water to see how Eric Finn dives for the invasive lionfish and spiny lobster. Finish up in the kitchen of Chef Clay Conley, who serves up lionfish, escabeche-style. 
Jan 29
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table The Art of Tailgating Tailgating is a time-honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advance. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall. 
Jan 29
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon. 
Jan 29
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. 
Jan 29
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking South West of Norway / "Fat Ducks and Sweet Apples Host Andreas Viestad visits a duck farm and an old steamer on the Telemark canal, which unites costal Norway with the barren mountain regions. Andreas serves a variety of duck and local trout to combine the richness of the land with the spirit of the river. 
Jan 29
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions What's Cooking in Rome? Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled into place during bad weather - 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, look into the best places for pizza, and ice cream, discover a new hotel in the finest part of town and take a private tour of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 29
6:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Jan 29
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Mexico Tyler kicks off his culinary adventure in Mexico City, where he explores the vibrant markets and discovers the potent chilies of the region. He travels next to Oaxaca, the heartland of cactus and mescal, the sister drink of tequila. Later Tyler samples chocolate in Puebla and whips up mole, the national dish. He celebrates at a festival devoted to vanilla and ends his journey on the east coast, where Mexican and Caribbean flavors combine to influence the local cuisine. 
Jan 29
8:00 PM
NOVA Big Bang Machine On July 4, 2012, scientists at the giant atom smashing facility at CERN announced the discovery of a subatomic particle that seems like a tantalizingly close match to the elusive Higgs Boson, thought to be responsible for giving all the stuff in the universe its mass. Since it was first proposed nearly 50 years ago, the Higgs has been the holy grail of particle physicists: finding it completes the "standard model" that underlies all of modern particle physics. Now CERN's scientists are preparing for the Large Hadron Collider's second act, when they restart the history-making collider, running at higher energy — hoping for the next great discovery that will change what we know about the particles and forces that make up our universe. 
Jan 29
9:00 PM
Wendy Whelan - Moments of Grace Wendy Whelan has been a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet (NYCB) since 1991. However, after decades at the height of her profession in New York, Whelan's childhood and roots in Louisville, Kentucky, still inspire her. This new documentary tells the story of this top American ballet star, including behind-the scenes footage of the NYCB, including classes, warm ups, rehearsals, and finally, a performance onstage at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Along the way, we meet world-famous choreographer Christopher Wheeldon; Whelan's husband, photographer David Michalek; and NYCB soloist Craig Hall, one of her regular dance partners. 
Jan 29
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 29
10:57 PM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Jan 29
11:00 PM
Rebels With A Cause Narrated by Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand, REBELS WITH A CAUSE spotlights a small group of people who banded together to protect and preserve open spaces near urban areas for parks and farms from rampant development. In doing so, they brought about America's system of national seashores and recreation areas. The film begins in the 1950s and tells the tale of this disparate band of activists who, despite reversals, diversions, and disappointments, persisted in their mission for 20 years. Their cause crosses party lines, unifies seemingly antagonistic foes, falters and is nearly extinguished many times along the way, but is ultimately victorious. REBELS WITH A CAUSE documents a fascinating example of a hard-fought campaign to preserve something important to all Americans - our public lands. 
Jan 30
12:00 AM
A Reason to Dance As a mother, teacher, and dancer, China Smith is on a quest to spread awareness about the mixed nature and diversity of the African diaspora through contemporary dance. Her company, Ballet Afrique, employs a synthesis of ballet and modern blended with Afrocentric undertones to articulate the human condition and spirit through the unbounded art form of dance. As Smith wrestles with the business aspect of sharing her art as well as the uphill battle against cultural expectations and the cultural stereotypes of ballet, she continues to cement herself as an indelible and essential part of the dance scene. 
Jan 30
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The Palm Beach Visit Palm Beach, Florida, where Dr. John Zahina-Ramos of Just One Backyard shows how to plant sweet potatoes in a wheelbarrow and then how to make a wall garden. Then visit Jojo Milano, who left the urban life of Miami to start a farm in rural Palm Beach County where she raises purebred Nubian and Lamancha goats and makes cheese from their milk. Next, head to the water to see how Eric Finn dives for the invasive lionfish and spiny lobster. Finish up in the kitchen of Chef Clay Conley, who serves up lionfish, escabeche-style. 
Jan 30
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table The Art of Tailgating Tailgating is a time-honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advance. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall. 
Jan 30
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon. 
Jan 30
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. 
Jan 30
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking South West of Norway / "Fat Ducks and Sweet Apples Host Andreas Viestad visits a duck farm and an old steamer on the Telemark canal, which unites costal Norway with the barren mountain regions. Andreas serves a variety of duck and local trout to combine the richness of the land with the spirit of the river. 
Jan 30
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions What's Cooking in Rome? Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled into place during bad weather - 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, look into the best places for pizza, and ice cream, discover a new hotel in the finest part of town and take a private tour of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. 
Jan 30
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Jan 30
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy How to Sew Art, Part 1 Start with a digital photo and create an awesome quilted fabric photograph.Nancy's guest, Tammie Bowser, award winning quilter, shares her amazing technique of transforming a digital photo into quilted photography. Learn how to change a photo into pixels, choose fabrics by color value, and create a unique wall hanging. 
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick George Wallace - Laff it Off! Jay Leno calls George Wallace the "Iron Man" of comedy. With his book Laff It Off! George not only continues to keep us laughing, but his words of wisdom also give us plenty of food for thought. 
Jan 30
5:57 AM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Jan 30
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. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 30
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. 
Jan 30
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Under Frozen Pond Episode Description: The Wild Kratts and Wild Kratts kids go on an underwater adventure to discover how pond animals survive in the winter. Science Concept: Survival strategies in winter. 
Jan 30
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? 
Jan 30
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 
Jan 30
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 
Jan 30
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train King Cryolophosaurus/Buddy the Tracker "King Cryolophosaurus"Buddy, Tiny, Don and Mom meet a reclusive, singing dinosaur named King who has a big swooping crest on his head and a voice that sounds an awful lot like Elvis Presley. "Buddy the Tracker"Buddy and Don are "footprint detectives" as they track and find creatures they know at the Big Pond. The plot thickens when they discover fossilized tracks that are millions of years old! 
Jan 30
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 
Jan 30
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Church on the Hill Roger and Sarah Bansemer visit the historic mining town of Philipsburg, Montana with its brightly painted buildings and delightfully restored downtown. Roger uses oils to paint an old wooden church on the hill. 
Jan 30
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3209 Americana Star Block and Quilt A Patriotic block make from Flying Geese Blocks. 
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 30
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. 
Jan 30
2:30 PM
On Story Men in Black: A Conversation with Ed Solomon Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew. Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew. 
Jan 30
3:00 PM
Simply Ming On the Road in Chattanooga On this Southern-inspired episode of Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai takes us to Chattanooga, Tennessee to learn some of the region's culinary secrets. An up and coming culinary hotspot, Chattanooga has a lot to offer the adventuresome palate. Ming and his local guest chef will explore the local markets and come up with two dishes that are sure to make your mouth water. 
Jan 30
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. 
Jan 30
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Food Memories Joanne remembers her trips to Italy and with her student Di shows us a classic pizza strata and a dessert inspired by limoncello.Recipes: Green Salad with Garlic croutons and Balsamic Red Wine Dressing, Pizza Strata, and Lemon Sorbet and Vanilla Ice Cream with LimoncelloStudent: Di Harris, Retired Nanny 
Jan 30
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Farm Market Fresh Host Laura Theodore prepares recipes that are bursting with "just picked" flavor. She begins with refreshing "Garden Vegetable Basil Gazpacho" a chilled delight on a hot summer night. Next up, fresh from the farm ingredients inspire tempting "Zucchini Fettuccini with Fresh Tomato Salsa" and zesty "Arugula and Walnut Pesto Pasta" Apples stand front and center in "Autumn Apple Crisp." Inspired by the fresh flavors of summer, you'll easily create culinary delights in your own kitchen. 
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 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.  
Jan 30
6:57 PM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Earth/Hands Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
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.  
Jan 30
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Jack Lalanne With over sixty years of inspiring people to achieve greater health through exercise and nutrition, Jack LaLanne shows why he is called the "Godfather of Fitness" and the importance of taking care of one's mind and body. 
Jan 30
9:30 PM
Well Read Jodi Picoult, "Leaving Time" Author of "The End of Oil" and "The End of Food," Roberts writes about the intersections between economics, technology and the natural world. Publishers Weekly said "The End of Oil" "may well become for fossil fuels what "Fast Food Nation" was for food." 
Jan 30
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Jan 30
10:57 PM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Jan 30
11:00 PM
SKOKIE: INVADED BUT NOT CONQUERED  
Jan 31
12:00 AM
Potomac: The River Runs Through Us Each of us is connected to rivers in our everyday lives. Most of the six million people living in the Potomac River watershed do not realize that their drinking water comes from the Potomac. Since the Clean Water Act passed in 1972, the health of the river has improved. However, it is still in trouble and faces a number of serious threats: urban development, population growth and runoff from farms, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. The film follows the flow of the Potomac water from its origin, into our homes and businesses and back into the river. We become aware of the need to protect this essential resource and of how our wellbeing and that of future generations is intertwined with the health of the Potomac. Narrated by Chris Palmer, Director, Center for Environmental Filmmaking, American University. 
Jan 31
12:30 AM
Arts in Context Earth/Hands Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Jan 31
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Mexico Tyler kicks off his culinary adventure in Mexico City, where he explores the vibrant markets and discovers the potent chilies of the region. He travels next to Oaxaca, the heartland of cactus and mescal, the sister drink of tequila. Later Tyler samples chocolate in Puebla and whips up mole, the national dish. He celebrates at a festival devoted to vanilla and ends his journey on the east coast, where Mexican and Caribbean flavors combine to influence the local cuisine. 
Jan 31
2:00 AM
Simply Ming On the Road in Chattanooga On this Southern-inspired episode of Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai takes us to Chattanooga, Tennessee to learn some of the region's culinary secrets. An up and coming culinary hotspot, Chattanooga has a lot to offer the adventuresome palate. Ming and his local guest chef will explore the local markets and come up with two dishes that are sure to make your mouth water. 
Jan 31
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. 
Jan 31
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Food Memories Joanne remembers her trips to Italy and with her student Di shows us a classic pizza strata and a dessert inspired by limoncello.Recipes: Green Salad with Garlic croutons and Balsamic Red Wine Dressing, Pizza Strata, and Lemon Sorbet and Vanilla Ice Cream with LimoncelloStudent: Di Harris, Retired Nanny 
Jan 31
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Farm Market Fresh Host Laura Theodore prepares recipes that are bursting with "just picked" flavor. She begins with refreshing "Garden Vegetable Basil Gazpacho" a chilled delight on a hot summer night. Next up, fresh from the farm ingredients inspire tempting "Zucchini Fettuccini with Fresh Tomato Salsa" and zesty "Arugula and Walnut Pesto Pasta" Apples stand front and center in "Autumn Apple Crisp." Inspired by the fresh flavors of summer, you'll easily create culinary delights in your own kitchen. 
Jan 31
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Church on the Hill Roger and Sarah Bansemer visit the historic mining town of Philipsburg, Montana with its brightly painted buildings and delightfully restored downtown. Roger uses oils to paint an old wooden church on the hill. 
Jan 31
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3209 Americana Star Block and Quilt A Patriotic block make from Flying Geese Blocks. 
Jan 31
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.  
Jan 31
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.  
Jan 31
6:00 AM
Caillou Just For Laughs Caillou's clowning around today and having a wonderful time. Seeing Bravo the magician at a friend's birthday party inspires Caillou to become Caillou the Great and put on a magic show of his own. He plays the clown for a wary Rosie, who's afraid of clowns until Caillou shows her they're just people wearing silly costumes. Then, Caillou gets to go to a parade; has another pretend parade with Dad; and even makes puppet clowns with Grandma. Caillou is very excited when the family takes a trip across country by train. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn lots about some of the thrilling out-of-the- ordinary special occasion events: magic shows, circus clowns, parades and even a cross-country train ride. 
Jan 31
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Developing Confidence Educational Objective: Developing ConfidenceScratch's Hidden TreasuresIt's Scratch's first day, and he's a bit scared - he wants to fit in! Today they are helping by working on the Fixham Museum gardens. However, instead of giving Scratch a job to do, Bob asks him to watch everyone else - you can learn a lot from watching! Scratch spends the day watching the other machines but still isn't satisfied - he wants to do something! He decides to practice digging by himself...While digging Scratch's bucket hits something! He's found treasure! Concentrating hard, Scratch remembers everything he's learned from watching the other machines and manages to dig up the great treasure! Scratch is really pleased and admits that Bob was right - he did learn a lot from watching! Lofty and the MonsterBob and the team are rebuilding an old shack on the beach and transforming it into a surf school with Brad Rad, the awesome new surf instructor. Meanwhile, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler are playing a game of monster chase. However, Lofty doesn't realize that it's only a game. He thinks there's a real monster coming to get them!As the build progresses, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler take turns to be the monster. But every time they whiz past, screaming with excitement, Lofty closes his eyes tight. Bob and Wendy reassure him that there's no such thing as monsters. Lofty is relieved to find out it is only a game.However, when Brad Rad emerges from the water in his diver's mask and snorkel, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler think he's a real monster! But this time Lofty who keeps his cool - there's no such things as monsters - remember! 
Jan 31
7:00 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 
Jan 31
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. 
Jan 31
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 
Jan 31
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Derek the Deinonychus/Don's Dragonfly "Derek the Deinonychus"Buddy, Tiny and Mom visit a family of Deinonychus, dinosaurs with large, sharp toe-claws. They meet a kid named Derek who uses his toe-claws to not only hunt with but to carve great art! "Don's Dragonfly" Don makes a new friend with red feet, a dragonfly named Howard. 
Jan 31
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Clever Ideas Thomas' Tall FriendEducational Objective: Learning about the responsibility involved in taking care of animalsThomas is given the special job of delivering a giraffe to the Sodor Wildlife Centre. He is so excited about making friends with the giraffe that he doesn't go straight to the Wildlife Centre as instructed. Instead, Thomas collects leaves and fresh fruit from the other engines to give to the giraffe. By the time Thomas arrives at the Wildlife Centre, the giraffe has settled down in is truck and fallen asleep. Now Thomas can't wake the giraffe to deliver him to his new home. Thomas decides to find someone who really knows how to look after giraffes properly. He races back to the Docks and collects a giraffe keeper who can look after the giraffe. The giraffe is soon delivered to the Wildlife Centre. Everyone is so happy to meet the new giraffe.James in the DarkEducational Objective: Problem solving/Fixing a mistakeJames refuses to wear a lamp for working at night because it looks "silly". Then, because he can't see very well, he picks up the wrong people - farmers and animals instead of VIPs for a grand concert. James realizes his mistake, takes the farmers and animals to their destination, and returns to the concert. Thomas and Edward have picked up the VIPs James missed. All three engines use their lamps to light the concert at the end. 
Jan 31
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina's Sleepover / Angelina's Noisy, Messy Lunchtime Angelina's SleepoverAngelina, Vici, and Gracie are preparing for the Silly Hat Carnival. The night before, they convince Mum to let them have a sleepover so they'll have more time to finish making their hats. They have a great time, but don't do much sleeping, and end up missing an important morning rehearsal for a big ballet performance. The girls have to choose between attending the annual Silly Hat Carnival, a tradition in Mouseland, and preparing for the performance with a make-up rehearsal. Educational Objective: • To demonstrate that dancers need adequate rest in order to perform well• To introduce a double pirouetteAngelina's Noisy, Messy LunchtimeAngelina and her friends are so noisy and messy during lunch time rehearsal that Ms. Mimi has to shut down the Lunchbox Theatre right before the big Spring Talent Show. When Angelina lets students rehearse in her attic dance studio, she learns, first hand, the value of respecting her fellow performers and the performance space! Educational Objective: • To demonstrate that being a "good audience" means respecting the performers and performance spaceCamembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from Ballet Hispanico demonstrate a couple of simple dance steps, then perform a routine that combines hip hop and Latin dance moves. 
Jan 31
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Fixes Trolley/Problem Solver Daniel 205A - Daniel Fixes TrolleyDaniel accidentally breaks a wheel off Trolley while playing. When Mom is too busy to help Daniel put the wheel back on, she urges him to try to figure it out on his own and explains that fixing it on his own will make him feel good about himself.205B - Problem Solver DanielDaniel is playing with Miss Elaina and they accidentally break one of the toys. They call Teacher Harriet over to help fix the problem but she tells them to work out a solution without her. They do, and feel proud that they can figure things out all by themselves.Strategy: Try to solve the problem yourself and you'll feel proud. 
Jan 31
10:30 AM
Super Why! Cinderella: The Prince's Side of the Story Cinderella: The Prince's Side of the Story - Red and Little Boy Blue are playing some music together when Little Boy Blue suddenly disappears! This is just like when Cinderella left the ball without finishing her dance. To solve the mystery, Super Why and his friends soar into Cinderella's fairytale once again, and this time they talk to the prince!Educational Objectives: To learn about thinking creatively, investigate the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Jan 31
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Jan 31
11:30 AM
Odd Squad Rise of the Hydraclops/O is Not for Old Rise of the Hydraclops - In order to save humanity, Olive and Otto must locate a treasure chest that Oscar buried. Curriculum: Measurement; lengthO is Not for Old - The agents throw a surprise party for Ms. O. Curriculum: Data collection and analysis; using tally marks to record data 
Jan 31
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.  
Jan 31
12:30 PM
Autoline The Economists The economy is growing. Automakers are building cars and trucks that customers want. And car sales, in fact, are nearly back to the glory days before the fall as they push 17 million in the U.S. But are things really that great or are we wearing rose-colored glasses? On this week's Autoline John McElroyIs joined by some of the top economists in the auto industry for their perspectives on where we are. His guests include: Dr. Mustafa Mohatarem, Chief Economist, General Motors; Emily Kolinski Morris, Chief Economist, Ford; Charles Chesbrough, Senior Principal Economist, IHS Automotive. 
Jan 31
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Abilene, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Jan 31
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. 
Jan 31
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope A San Antonio Christmas 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.  
Jan 31
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." 
Jan 31
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Bangkok, Thailand The capital of Thailand appears the capital of pandemonium, its streets filled with tuk-tuks, motorcycle taxis, cars and 12 million people. But the Thais have mastered the art of creating tranquility behind closed doors, whether in homes, hotels or temples. Rudy takes you to back streets and the quiet, residential klongs, or canals, of Bangkok. Visits to Bangkok's legendary food carts and markets reveal the real city that captures the affection of visitors who take the time to seek out what makes Bangkok special. Marvel at the Emerald Buddha (made no less spectacular by the fact it's really jade), visit the city's flower and fish markets, join locals offering incense and flowers at colorful outdoor shrines, celebrate the king's 80th birthday with an all-day and all-night party, and take a wooden boat along the city's main artery, the wide Chao Phraya river. A side trip takes viewers to the world's only outdoor market whose vendors must fold back their displays 16 times a day as a train passes through the heart of commerce, missing vegetables, meats, and fish by inches. 
Jan 31
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe London: Mod and Trad London is quintessentially English...yet cosmopolitan. We check out the new — the Millennium Bridge and the British Museum's Great Court, and admire the old well-wrapped mummies and a rare Leonardo. After bantering with Beefeaters at the Tower of London, we do some riverside beach-combing. Strolling the trendy South Bank of the Thames takes us from the Tate Modern to the dizzying London Eye. 
Jan 31
4:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Jan 31
4:30 PM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Jan 31
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 3 Mary and Lord Gillingham put their love to the test. Bates also faces a trial. Cora makes a new friend, and Violet is reunited with an old one. 
Jan 31
6:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Jan 31
6:30 PM
Chattahoochee Unplugged An Olympic-class whitewater run through the middle of a busy downtown. Sounds like a impossible dream but it's happening in Columbus, Georgia, and its Alabama neighbor, Phenix City.More than 20 years ago canoe enthusiast and outdoor store owner, Neal Wickham, dreamed of running rapids in his own backyard on the Chattahoochee River. But there was a problem - those rapids lay submerged beneath the waters held back by two aging rock and masonry dams. The dams were built more than a century ago after the Civil War. They powered Columbus's booming textile business. Eventually that business moved elsewhere leaving behind a blighted riverfront, empty mills and disused dams in danger of failing.But it takes more than a few sticks of dynamite to get rid of a dam. This documentary, filmed over the course of two years, explores how local businessman, John Turner and the civic organization, Uptown Columbus had to raise millions of dollars. They enlisted the services of Olympic whitewater designer, Rick McLaughlin, the US Army Corps of Engineers and many other experts. The best environmental science converged with state-of-the-art engineering and construction to realize a much grander dream: to return a critical 2.5 mile stretch of the Chattahoochee, one of the largest rivers in the Southeast, to its natural state. At the same time it's creating a thrill ride for kayakers and rafters who can enjoy the world's the longest urban whitewater run through the heart of downtown Columbus and neighboring Phenix City, Alabama. 
Jan 31
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Eric Church Roots music rocks on ACL with Eric Church. Country superstar Church performs tunes from his hit album The Outsiders. 
Jan 31
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Zac Brown Band On a warm summer evening, multi-platinum country artist Zac Brown Band brought music back to the historic Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills, NY with a hit-filled set under the stars. The multi-talented band showed off its virtuosic skills, picking, fiddling, and harmonizing through such fan favorites as the Caribbean-inspired "Jump Right In" and lovelorn ballad "Sweet Annie" before donning glowing skeleton costumes to perform its rollicking new song, "Day For The Dead," from the 2013 EP The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1, and sending the frenzied crowd home with a boisterous rendition of its breakout hit single, "Chicken Fried." 
Jan 31
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Charly Fasano feat. Malamadre with Timmi Lasley SOUNDS ON 29TH showcases some of Colorado's finest talent! This episode features Charly Fasano, a multimedia artist and poet from Denver who combines poetry, block printing, spoken word and film to present a rich storytelling experience. Malamadre brings together a diverse vision of artistic experience and influences. They are joined by the fabulous comedian Timmi Lasley. 
Jan 31
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 1: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, kicks off this week with performances by Gregory Alan Isakov, Chris Daniels, Mosey West, Sawmill Joe, Navy and Wheelchair Sports Camp. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Jan 31
10:00 PM
Now Playing Bed Bunks This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Jan 31
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Steep Canyon Rangers Winners of the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album (2013) and International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Entertainers of the Year. Collaborations with such artists as Steve Martin, Edie Brickell, the Dixie Chicks and Paul McCartney in such vaunted venues as Carnegie Hall, the PBS extravaganza A CAPITOL FOURTH and Bonnaroo have both broadened and sharpened this critically acclaimed band's musical horizons. 
Jan 31
11:00 PM
Front And Center Richie Sambora 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. 
Feb 1
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Rod Picott Rod Picott is a singer-songwriter whose music incorporates elements of Americana, alt-country, and folk. He grew up in New Hampshire, but relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in 1994. After several years of playing local clubs and supporting such acts as Alison Krauss, he released his first album in 2001. As of 2008, he has released five studio albums and one live recording. 
Feb 1
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. 
Feb 1
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Sauna Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the Channel 12 Studios on 29th and Welton. 
Feb 1
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 1: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, kicks off this week with performances by Gregory Alan Isakov, Chris Daniels, Mosey West, Sawmill Joe, Navy and Wheelchair Sports Camp. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Feb 1
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Eric Church Roots music rocks on ACL with Eric Church. Country superstar Church performs tunes from his hit album The Outsiders. 
Feb 1
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Zac Brown Band On a warm summer evening, multi-platinum country artist Zac Brown Band brought music back to the historic Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills, NY with a hit-filled set under the stars. The multi-talented band showed off its virtuosic skills, picking, fiddling, and harmonizing through such fan favorites as the Caribbean-inspired "Jump Right In" and lovelorn ballad "Sweet Annie" before donning glowing skeleton costumes to perform its rollicking new song, "Day For The Dead," from the 2013 EP The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1, and sending the frenzied crowd home with a boisterous rendition of its breakout hit single, "Chicken Fried." 
Feb 1
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Rusted Root The Pittsburgh-based fusion band Rusted Root brings their unique percussive jam-rock sound to the historic stage at Infinity Hall. With a highly unique sound, the band has cultivated a loyal following, selling more than 3 million albums worldwide. Originally formed in 1990, the band has been characterized as many things: a jam band, an eclectic collection, a college-radio wonder. Whatever the case, the band has been nothing but popular. With consistently sold-out tours, Rusted Root appears to be garnering the attention of more than just their loyal "Rootheads." Blending world influences from the African, Indian, and Middle Eastern traditions, Rusted Root embodies a percussion-driven rock band with heavy use of tight vocal harmony and pulsing chords. With hit songs like "Send Me on My Way" and "Dance in the Middle," Rusted Root has become an immovable facet in alternative rock. Song List "Weary Bones" "Suspicious Minds""Martyr""Dance in the Middle""Monkey Pants""Ecstasy" "Beautiful People""Send Me on My Way""Back to the Earth" 
Feb 1
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass The Rusty Wright Band Blues rock from Flint, Michigan, featuring slide-guitar master Rusty Wright. "Just like Muddy Waters said: 'Take music where you find it and take it a little farther.' And that's what we're trying to do," says Rusty. Fan favorites featured include the feel good "Messin' Round," and the blues stomp number, "I Ain't From Mississippi." 
Feb 1
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.  
Feb 1
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.  
Feb 1
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.  
Feb 1
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.  
Feb 1
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem The Pirate Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat show a group of veryhungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly. Primary Content: Fair sharingSecondary Content: Adding within 4The Sleepover Problem - Peg's House. When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg's house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.Primary Content: Counting to 20Secondary Content: 4 + 1 = 5 
Feb 1
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Hootin' Hadrosaurs!/Hatching Party "Hootin' Hadrosaurs!"Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don meet Perry Parasaurolophus, a dinosaur with a crest on his head who teaches them a new way to hoot some hip music. "Hatching Party"Buddy, Tiny and Mrs. Pteranodon attend an egg hatching party and meet their friend Cory Corythosaurus's new brothers and sisters. 
Feb 1
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood The Neighborhood Votes/The Class Votes The Neighborhood Votes- The Tiger family is going to Clock Factory Park today to hear a big announcement from King Friday. Daniel makes several choices throughout the day, culminating in one BIG group decision: King Friday announces that the kids can choose one new piece of playground equipment. Everyone gets to speak up for what they want by voting!The Class Votes- At school today, Daniel and his classmates get to choose their new class pet! Teacher Harriet explains that they can either get a bunny or a turtle. The kids learn what it means to 'vote' and that sometimes you do not always get what you want. Luckily, ALL of the kids find something to love about their new pet 'Snowball'!This episode deals with voting and offers the strategy- Stop, think, and choose! 
Feb 1
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Swan Maiden The Swan Maiden - Red really, really doesn't want her playdate with Little Boy Blue to end so she hides his horn. Super Why, Wonder Red, Princess Presto, and Alpha Pig fly into the story upon which the ballet "Swan Lake" was based, where they encounter a fair maiden who is having a similar problem with a prince! Will Super Why and his friends be able to help the Swan Maiden get her feathers back so she can return home before the sun sets? Educational Objectives: To learn strategies for ending a playdate, catch the alphabet using an alphabet net, identify the letters D,R,O,P, practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Feb 1
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Amazing Invention Sid believes that he has discovered a new invention to put toys away! Sid learns his invention is actually a simple machine called a lever, which is not only useful for launching toys, but can also help lift up really heavy things. 
Feb 1
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Falcon City The Kratt brothers are itching to fly with the world's fastest animal, the Peregrine falcon, which can hit top speeds of 240 mph. But their efforts are side-tracked when the Wild Kratts team challenges them to find the falcon in the city instead.Science Concepts: Gravity 
Feb 1
11:00 AM
Arthur The Friend Who Wasn't There/Surprise! Muffy embarks on an epic quest to find her long lost imaginary friend. But she has to be careful-the Crosswire basement is full of bewitched boxes and gadgets and dolls...oh my! Educational Objective: Muffy discovers the value and power of having an imagination. / It's Catherine's 16th birthday, and Francine has been cordially UN-invited to the party. With the help of her friends, Francine whips up the perfect present for her big sister...a sneaky surprise with a side of payback! Educational Objective: Francine learns the value of forgiveness. 
Feb 1
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Martha Gets Spooked/ Martha Changes Her Luck Martha Gets Spooked Is someone fixing up the haunted house? If not, who ordered those flowers? Was it the ghost of Mrs. Parkington's Great-Aunt Martha? Whoever or whatever it was, Martha has to go in there to protect Helen, before it's too late!Vocabulary(E) eerie, explain, gullible, logical, impossible(I) creepy, ghost, haunted, unlikely, spookMartha Changes Her Luck Uh-oh. Martha walked under a ladder-and broke a mirror-so now she thinks she's jinxed. And she's worried her bad luck is rubbing off on everybody else. Helen tries to explain that all the accidents are just coincidence, but things just keep getting worse. Vocabulary(E) jinx, superstitious(ion), curse(d), coincidence, reason(I) luck, chance, accident, fluke, doomed 
Feb 1
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Smart Solutions Kevin recaps how the roofers applied new architectural shingles to tie the old house in with the addition. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the new back deck. Kevin finds Richard and plumbing contractor Kevin Bilo fighting to keep the P-trap from the new bathtub on the second floor from interfering with the decorative ceiling of the new kitchen. They use a new German bath waste and overflow kit that allows for the flexibility needed to solve the problem. Kevin and Norm finish up the trim and decking on the new corner deck stair. 
Feb 1
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  In the barn, Tom and Kevin build a watertight fire pit cover. Then Richard heads to Missouri to upgrade and vent a bathroom sink. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 1
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Lower Level See how to make the downstairs area more than just a basement. 
Feb 1
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Gardeners are constantly thinking about what they can do differently, how they can make their yards and gardens more attractive. In this episode, GardenSMART visits with several interesting gardeners who had some significant challenges yet overcame their obstacles. The end result is outstanding. 
Feb 1
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Madison In Madison, Wisconsin, stop by the home of vegetable gardener Megan Cain and learn to make an herb spiral using repurposed bricks. Watch Chef Christine Inthachith and her mother Bounyoung of Lao Laan-Xang restaurant (the first Laotian restaurant in Madison) cook up chicken laarp and fall squash curry. Visit Roller Coaster farm, which supplies the majority of its pigs to Johnny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective, then head back to Johnny's butcher shop to see him break down a pig and make charcuterie. And last, visit the first organic cranberry farm in Wisconsin, a farm that uses the traditional method of dry harvesting cranberries. 
Feb 1
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table The Art of Tailgating Tailgating is a time-honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advance. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall. 
Feb 1
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GA 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, we'll show you recipes for successful container gardening no matter how small or large the space. 
Feb 1
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind New Ways to Manage MDS 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. 
Feb 1
4:00 PM
STAND! Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement STAND! chronicles the key events which led to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), selecting Birmingham, Alabama as the site for the now famous 'Project C' (Project Confrontation) in 1963.Bringing to light often overlooked and unknown facts about the system of segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, STAND! features the brave men and women who risked all to bring about its demise. STAND! dispels many myths that the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement was all Black, all Male, and led by ministers who rallied in 1963 and liberated a city.In the spring of 1962, a group of students from Miles College led by Frank Dukes, their 31-year- old Student Government Association President, created and launched a Selective Buying Campaign. Supporting the students were Miles College President Dr. Lucius H Pitts, selected faculty, local housewives, and members of Birmingham's White community. These factions brought about significant desegregation before Dr. King's arrival to the city in 1963.STAND! features interviews from heroes and heroines of the movement, who have, until now, been inexplicably unsung. The music of jazz legend Cleve Eaton, who played with Count Basie, Ramsey Lewis and many others, is seamlessly interwoven with hip hop beats from King B Low and gospel music by Nims Gay and Pat Fields. This authentic combination of music gives STAND! the true feeling and power that was the Movement. 
Feb 1
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow New York City, Part 3 In NYC, host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Nicholas M. Dawes at the Salmagundi Club to learn about porcelain mugs created by former artist members. Highlights include a Tiffany presentation watch that was gifted to NYPD lieutenant Giuseppe Petrosino by the Italian government; a 1943 Irving Berlin manuscript that was discovered nestled in the pages of a photo album belonging to the family of the Columbia Records president; and a collection of rare 1903 American Beauty-backed tobacco baseball cards in pristine condition, appraised for $200,000. 
Feb 1
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians, Part 2 In the second program, FRONTLINE examines the period after the first revolt, tracing the development and impact of the Gospels and looking at the increasingly hostile relationship between the Christians and the Jews. The film looks at another bloody Jewish war against Rome, the second revolt, assessing its impact on the Christianity movement. The broadcast documents the extraordinary events of the second and third centuries in which Christianity grew from a small Jewish sect to an official religion of the Roman Empire. 
Feb 1
8:00 PM
NOVA Big Bang Machine On July 4, 2012, scientists at the giant atom smashing facility at CERN announced the discovery of a subatomic particle that seems like a tantalizingly close match to the elusive Higgs Boson, thought to be responsible for giving all the stuff in the universe its mass. Since it was first proposed nearly 50 years ago, the Higgs has been the holy grail of particle physicists: finding it completes the "standard model" that underlies all of modern particle physics. Now CERN's scientists are preparing for the Large Hadron Collider's second act, when they restart the history-making collider, running at higher energy — hoping for the next great discovery that will change what we know about the particles and forces that make up our universe. 
Feb 1
9:00 PM
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. 
Feb 1
10:00 PM
IQ: SMARTPARENT Tune In, Tune Out 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. 
Feb 1
11:00 PM
IQ: SMARTPARENT Tots + Tech 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. 
Feb 2
12:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Smart Solutions Kevin recaps how the roofers applied new architectural shingles to tie the old house in with the addition. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the new back deck. Kevin finds Richard and plumbing contractor Kevin Bilo fighting to keep the P-trap from the new bathtub on the second floor from interfering with the decorative ceiling of the new kitchen. They use a new German bath waste and overflow kit that allows for the flexibility needed to solve the problem. Kevin and Norm finish up the trim and decking on the new corner deck stair. 
Feb 2
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In the barn, Tom and Kevin build a watertight fire pit cover. Then Richard heads to Missouri to upgrade and vent a bathroom sink. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 2
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Lower Level See how to make the downstairs area more than just a basement. 
Feb 2
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Gardeners are constantly thinking about what they can do differently, how they can make their yards and gardens more attractive. In this episode, GardenSMART visits with several interesting gardeners who had some significant challenges yet overcame their obstacles. The end result is outstanding. 
Feb 2
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The Madison In Madison, Wisconsin, stop by the home of vegetable gardener Megan Cain and learn to make an herb spiral using repurposed bricks. Watch Chef Christine Inthachith and her mother Bounyoung of Lao Laan-Xang restaurant (the first Laotian restaurant in Madison) cook up chicken laarp and fall squash curry. Visit Roller Coaster farm, which supplies the majority of its pigs to Johnny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective, then head back to Johnny's butcher shop to see him break down a pig and make charcuterie. And last, visit the first organic cranberry farm in Wisconsin, a farm that uses the traditional method of dry harvesting cranberries. 
Feb 2
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Kitchen Cabinets Retrofit WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 2
3:00 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. 
Feb 2
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Abilene, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Feb 2
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Wadi Rum, Aqaba & Jerash Host Darley Newman travels throughout the small, Middle Eastern country of Jordan to experience culture, history and adventure. While in the capital city of Amman, Darley's local guide Ibrahim leads to a bustling downtown market and shopping district. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, viewers learn about the history and characteristics of the Arabian breed in Darley's interview with HRH Princess Alia at the Royal Stables in Amman. From Amman, Darley heads to the Dana Nature Reserve, where she spends the night in an eco-friendly camp before riding through the historic stone village of Dana with a local. Next, Darley visits Madaba, a town known for its mosaics, before standing atop Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Holy Land. On a multi-day ride through the Wadi Rum Desert, made famous by the epic film Lawrence of Arabia, Darley learns about Bedouin culture as she treks on horseback and camelback. The episode ends in the ancient Roman city of Jerash where Darley, dressed in Roman garb, hops a ride on a horse-drawn chariot. 
Feb 2
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.  
Feb 2
5:30 AM
Autoline The Economists The economy is growing. Automakers are building cars and trucks that customers want. And car sales, in fact, are nearly back to the glory days before the fall as they push 17 million in the U.S. But are things really that great or are we wearing rose-colored glasses? On this week's Autoline John McElroyIs joined by some of the top economists in the auto industry for their perspectives on where we are. His guests include: Dr. Mustafa Mohatarem, Chief Economist, General Motors; Emily Kolinski Morris, Chief Economist, Ford; Charles Chesbrough, Senior Principal Economist, IHS Automotive. 
Feb 2
5:57 AM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 2
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. 
Feb 2
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 2
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 2
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. 
Feb 2
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. 
Feb 2
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? 
Feb 2
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. 
Feb 2
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 
Feb 2
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Armored Like an Ankylosaurus/Campout! "Armored Like an Ankylosaurus"The kids travel on the Dinosaur Train with Mr. Pteranodon to see his hero, Hank Ankylosaurus, play a game of Dinoball. Afterwards, they even get to play with Hank and learn what it's like to be a dinosaur that's covered with armored plates and a mighty club for a tail. "Campout! "Our Pteranodon family goes to the Big Pond for their first overnight camp out and meets a small frog with a big voice 
Feb 2
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Stinky's First Day of Preschool Stinky is anxious about Chris leaving him at preschool. Elmo, Elmo's teacher and Chris give Stinky strategies to help Stinky calm down and remember that Chris will be back. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 2
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 1 (15 x 30 Canvas; Acrylic Medium) In this episode, Jerry shows how to compose this beautiful Blue Bonnet painting using a rough charcoal sketch. Then he paints sky and under-paints all of the main features of the landscape, i.e., distant hills, distant trees, meadows, and the road. 
Feb 2
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Great Beginnings Have you ever felt at a loss when trying to start a project? Learn to choose the right yarn and fiber with Patty Lyons, and meet up with designer Cirilia Rose in her Seattle studio. Stephannie Tallent shares tips on provisional cast-ons and Tanis Gray teaches an unusual vertical slit cable. Vickie Howell wraps up Loose Ends with an easy triangle shawl that's worked tip-to-tip. 
Feb 2
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.  
Feb 2
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.  
Feb 2
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 2
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Smart Solutions Kevin recaps how the roofers applied new architectural shingles to tie the old house in with the addition. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the new back deck. Kevin finds Richard and plumbing contractor Kevin Bilo fighting to keep the P-trap from the new bathtub on the second floor from interfering with the decorative ceiling of the new kitchen. They use a new German bath waste and overflow kit that allows for the flexibility needed to solve the problem. Kevin and Norm finish up the trim and decking on the new corner deck stair. 
Feb 2
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  In the barn, Tom and Kevin build a watertight fire pit cover. Then Richard heads to Missouri to upgrade and vent a bathroom sink. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 2
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian American Sandwiches The Italians love their small Panini, but here in the U.S. those traditional sandwiches took on lives of their own. In this episode, Lidia shows the New Orleans Muffaletta sandwich, the Veal Hamburger Parmiciano from St. Louis and Chicago's Italian Beef Sandwich and finds out more about where they came from. 
Feb 2
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Cooking with the Chef / Cucinando con lo Chef Award-winning Executive Chef Daniel Bruce takes a day off from his Rowe Wharf Sea Grille restaurant in Boston, to cook vegetarian with Mary Ann nella cucina, where they prepare Daniel's daughter's favorite; Ricotta and Parmesan Cheese Eggplant Rollatini and then Mary Ann's complements is with her classic Italian favorite, Neapolitan Style Stuffed Red Peppers. 
Feb 2
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated French-Style Dutch Oven Dinners Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to French-Style Chicken and Stuffing in a Pot. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make a French-Style Pork Stew at home. 
Feb 2
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Oklahoma Onion Burgers and Louisiana Meat Pies COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Feb 2
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Feb 2
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Feb 2
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Feb 2
6:57 PM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 2
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Incidents at a Wedding The arrangements for Susan and Teddie's wedding are threatened, but Merrick provides a solution. The Layton family gathers at Mirat, but what should be a happy occasion is overshadowed by unexplained incidents. 
Feb 2
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 4 Lord Merton delivers a bombshell to Isobel, and Mary does likewise to Tony. Police suspicions deepen in an unexplained death. Robert and Sarah lock horns. 
Feb 2
9:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 2
9:30 PM
On Story Rectify: Ray McKinnon on Characters & Culture Ray McKinnon, creator of the Sundance Channel's breakout hit, Rectify, details how to capture the personality of a culture through establishing strong characters, tone, and atmosphere. The short film Spanola Pepper Sauce Company follows, directed by McKinnon and written by Graham Gordy, suggesting there's more brewing in Spanola, AK than just its fine pepper sauce cooking. Short: Spanola Pepper Sauce Company. 
Feb 2
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 2
10:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 2
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Incidents at a Wedding The arrangements for Susan and Teddie's wedding are threatened, but Merrick provides a solution. The Layton family gathers at Mirat, but what should be a happy occasion is overshadowed by unexplained incidents. 
Feb 3
12:00 AM
ESCAPE IN THE PACIFIC: 1943 ESCAPE IN THE PACIFIC: 1943 delivers a dramatic, gripping account of one of the most remarkable incidents of World War II — the only successful group escape from a Japanese POW camp. On April 4, 1943, 10 American prisoners of war — survivors of the infamous Bataan Death March and the Fall of Corregidor — and two Filipino convicts carried out a daring escape from one of Japan's most notorious (and reputedly escape-proof) prison camps, the Davao Penal Colony located on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. ESCAPE IN THE PACIFIC also chronicles the events leading up to the fall of the Philippines and the Japanese occupation, and later concludes on the home front, as some members of the "Davao Dozen" seek to rally the country to the plight of their comrades still in captivity. The documentary, based on John Lukacs's book, unfolds through the story of USAF Lt. Col. William Edwin Dyess, along with wartime correspondence, archival documents and contemporary footage. 
Feb 3
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Smart Solutions Kevin recaps how the roofers applied new architectural shingles to tie the old house in with the addition. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the new back deck. Kevin finds Richard and plumbing contractor Kevin Bilo fighting to keep the P-trap from the new bathtub on the second floor from interfering with the decorative ceiling of the new kitchen. They use a new German bath waste and overflow kit that allows for the flexibility needed to solve the problem. Kevin and Norm finish up the trim and decking on the new corner deck stair. 
Feb 3
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom travels to Cleveland to help a homeowner install interior window trim. Richard shares some first-time plumbing tips with Kevin. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner wire an above-ground pool safely. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 3
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian American Sandwiches The Italians love their small Panini, but here in the U.S. those traditional sandwiches took on lives of their own. In this episode, Lidia shows the New Orleans Muffaletta sandwich, the Veal Hamburger Parmiciano from St. Louis and Chicago's Italian Beef Sandwich and finds out more about where they came from. 
Feb 3
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Cooking with the Chef / Cucinando con lo Chef Award-winning Executive Chef Daniel Bruce takes a day off from his Rowe Wharf Sea Grille restaurant in Boston, to cook vegetarian with Mary Ann nella cucina, where they prepare Daniel's daughter's favorite; Ricotta and Parmesan Cheese Eggplant Rollatini and then Mary Ann's complements is with her classic Italian favorite, Neapolitan Style Stuffed Red Peppers. 
Feb 3
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated French-Style Dutch Oven Dinners Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to French-Style Chicken and Stuffing in a Pot. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make a French-Style Pork Stew at home. 
Feb 3
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Oklahoma Onion Burgers and Louisiana Meat Pies COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Feb 3
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 1 (15 x 30 Canvas; Acrylic Medium) In this episode, Jerry shows how to compose this beautiful Blue Bonnet painting using a rough charcoal sketch. Then he paints sky and under-paints all of the main features of the landscape, i.e., distant hills, distant trees, meadows, and the road. 
Feb 3
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Great Beginnings Have you ever felt at a loss when trying to start a project? Learn to choose the right yarn and fiber with Patty Lyons, and meet up with designer Cirilia Rose in her Seattle studio. Stephannie Tallent shares tips on provisional cast-ons and Tanis Gray teaches an unusual vertical slit cable. Vickie Howell wraps up Loose Ends with an easy triangle shawl that's worked tip-to-tip. 
Feb 3
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.  
Feb 3
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.  
Feb 3
5:57 AM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Feb 3
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 3
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit The Power of Small Movements This episode demonstrates what can be achieved with small gentle movements. 
Feb 3
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. 
Feb 3
8:00 AM
Curious George Relax!/The Box and the Hound George and the Man with the Yellow Hat decide that Professor Wiseman needs a break. She's up to her ears with work! And what better way to relax than a stress-free picnic in the park? But with a stuck pickle jar, a tangled hammock, and a duck floating away with the Man's beloved hat, the Man is at his wits end, but could a day of creative problem solving be exactly what the monkey ordered for Professor Wiseman?George happily agrees to watch Charkie while Aunt Margaret visits the museum, but dog sitting turns out to be much more exhausting than George imagined. Charkie will do anything to get what's inside of Aunt Margaret's parcel package and George promised he'd keep it safe! After twisting, turning, flipping, and rotating the box, George is able to get it out of sight, but Charkie's keen sense of smell makes it impossible to stay hidden for long. Armed with dog toys and a leash, can George figure out how to distract Charkie's super sense long enough to get the box back to Aunt Margaret's house unharmed? 
Feb 3
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. 
Feb 3
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 
Feb 3
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Derek the Deinonychus/Don's Dragonfly "Derek the Deinonychus"Buddy, Tiny and Mom visit a family of Deinonychus, dinosaurs with large, sharp toe-claws. They meet a kid named Derek who uses his toe-claws to not only hunt with but to carve great art! "Don's Dragonfly" Don makes a new friend with red feet, a dragonfly named Howard. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 3
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Garden Beauty Garden Beauty 
Feb 3
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts The Quilting Lifestyle Quilting can become an everyday activity. Surround yourself with quilting, including your studio. Up first is Lynn Krawcyk. Dress up your studio with fabric bunting. Then, meet color expert Luana Rubin. She's made quilting more than just a business - it's a passion. Learn about quilters donating to those in need and different fundraising projects. Last, Ana Buzzalino has a nifty dye technique to be done after the project is quilted - not before. We'll take a look at her thread book and samples of what each fiber looks like after it's dyed. 
Feb 3
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 3
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.  
Feb 3
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 3
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World In The Garden With Margaret Roach: New York 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, 
Feb 3
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Top Tips for Growing Vegetables Fend off disaster with Trisha Shirey's top tips from her book, Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southwest. On tour, Farmshare Austin accelerates its organic mission through on-site training for aspiring young farmers. 
Feb 3
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Eggs Eggs--all sizes, all types from chicken to quail to ostrich...soft, scrambled, poached...from omelets to Frittatas to Eggs Benedict...not to mention Julia and Jacques scrambling an ostrich egg as voluminous as a dozen and a half Grade A Large. 
Feb 3
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Mary Bergin Mary Bergin demonstrates a vanilla chiffon cake with a twist - a thin, flexible shape ideal for rolling with chocolate-laced walnut mousse. 
Feb 3
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Meringue Join Martha as she shares the secrets to foolproof meringue, such as using a copper bowl and adding a touch of cream of tartar. Once the basics are mastered, Martha teaches one of her favorites, pavlova with passion fruit, plus an impressive le flottante and a Huguenot torte. 
Feb 3
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals ITALIAN WITH JOEY CAMPANARO #414: ITALIAN WITH JOEY CAMPANAROFeeds Wed., 1/28/15 & Wed., 4/29/15Chef Joey Campanaro has such a cult following in New York City that it's impossible to get seats in his restaurant, the Little Owl. Lucky for us, he's showing us how to make those prized dishes at home. First - easy Salad Dressing Chicken with Escarole and Bean Salad. Then Grilled Scallion Dijon Lamb Chops with Parmesan Watercress and Pickled Onion. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 3
6:57 PM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 3
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Impermanence The more things change ... the more they continue to change. So much of cooking, writing, art and music is based on what came before. First there was meat. Then there was fire. Then came sous-vide. Ed dissects the evolution of a dish and the public's changing tastes. He tries his hand at cooking alternative meats (like alligator); enjoys a recipe that has stood the test of time, Maw Maw's Ravioli from Hog & Hominy's Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman; and creates a quickly disappearing dim sum dish with Stuart Brioza, as he looks toward the future of the food chain. 
Feb 3
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Bourbon What makes bourbon the classic American spirit, and why is it so closely associated with Kentucky? Ed and his band of merry men and women, including whiskey patriarch Julian Van Winkle, Matt Jamie from Bourbon and Barrel Foods, chef Paul Qui and special guest and bourbon-lover Aisha Tyler, set out to distill this prized and often misunderstood liquor down to its many parts and enjoy it both in the glass and on the plate. 
Feb 3
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Austin ANTIQUES ROADSHOW marks its tenth trip to Texas with a stop in Austin, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Laura Woolley travel to the Briscoe Center to talk about a personal collection donated by country music legend Willie Nelson. Highlights include a spinning wheel gifted to the owner's mother by Mahatma Gandhi, now valued at $50,000 to $75,000; a pin designed by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein that features his trademark Ben-Day dot pattern; and a diamond and platinum Van Cleef and Arpels necklace that was custom ordered for $5,700 by the owner's father-in-law and is now worth $125,000. 
Feb 3
9:00 PM
Champion Trees Escaping the ravages of nature and man, the champion trees are the largest of their species in any state. With lives spanning hundreds of years, these silent sentinels have watched history unfold around them. "Champion Trees" is a one-hour AETN original documentary that explores these natural wonders and how they influence and inspire the people around them. Featured in the documentary are champion trees such as the American Holly, Sweet Tupelo, Baldcypress and Dawn Redwood. Also featured is artist Linda Palmer who has spent years photographing and drawing these trees, artfully preserving them for future generations. 
Feb 3
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 3
10:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 3
11:00 PM
JOHN GLENN: A LIFE OF SERVICE  
Feb 4
12:00 AM
Speakeasy Geddy Lee with Michael Chabon Best known as the lead vocalist and bassist for the band Rush, Geddy Lee spends his time on Speakeasy talking with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon. The two discuss Lee's perspective on growing up Jewish in an assimilated world, as well as the evolution of his band mates' relationships that have seen catastrophic loss, and the growth of a brotherhood that has sustained for more than four decades. The son of Polish Holocaust survivors, Lee also talks openly about how he has kept his singular singing voice very much intact over his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career. 
Feb 4
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World In The Garden With Margaret Roach: New York 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, 
Feb 4
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Top Tips for Growing Vegetables Fend off disaster with Trisha Shirey's top tips from her book, Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southwest. On tour, Farmshare Austin accelerates its organic mission through on-site training for aspiring young farmers. 
Feb 4
2:00 AM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Eggs Eggs--all sizes, all types from chicken to quail to ostrich...soft, scrambled, poached...from omelets to Frittatas to Eggs Benedict...not to mention Julia and Jacques scrambling an ostrich egg as voluminous as a dozen and a half Grade A Large. 
Feb 4
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia Mary Bergin Mary Bergin demonstrates a vanilla chiffon cake with a twist - a thin, flexible shape ideal for rolling with chocolate-laced walnut mousse. 
Feb 4
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Meringue Join Martha as she shares the secrets to foolproof meringue, such as using a copper bowl and adding a touch of cream of tartar. Once the basics are mastered, Martha teaches one of her favorites, pavlova with passion fruit, plus an impressive le flottante and a Huguenot torte. 
Feb 4
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals ITALIAN WITH JOEY CAMPANARO #414: ITALIAN WITH JOEY CAMPANAROFeeds Wed., 1/28/15 & Wed., 4/29/15Chef Joey Campanaro has such a cult following in New York City that it's impossible to get seats in his restaurant, the Little Owl. Lucky for us, he's showing us how to make those prized dishes at home. First - easy Salad Dressing Chicken with Escarole and Bean Salad. Then Grilled Scallion Dijon Lamb Chops with Parmesan Watercress and Pickled Onion. 
Feb 4
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Garden Beauty Garden Beauty 
Feb 4
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts The Quilting Lifestyle Quilting can become an everyday activity. Surround yourself with quilting, including your studio. Up first is Lynn Krawcyk. Dress up your studio with fabric bunting. Then, meet color expert Luana Rubin. She's made quilting more than just a business - it's a passion. Learn about quilters donating to those in need and different fundraising projects. Last, Ana Buzzalino has a nifty dye technique to be done after the project is quilted - not before. We'll take a look at her thread book and samples of what each fiber looks like after it's dyed. 
Feb 4
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 4
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.  
Feb 4
5:57 AM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 4
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 4
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. 
Feb 4
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts To Touch a Hummingbird Martin and Chris realize that the Hummingbird might be the ultimate flier in the Creature world and ask Aviva to create a new power disc with its powers. The only problem - it's not easy to touch a Hummingbird!Science Concept: Flight, energy. 
Feb 4
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! 
Feb 4
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. 
Feb 4
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 
Feb 4
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Theropod Club/Surprise Party "The Theropod Club"Buddy's Theropod Club meets with other dinosaurs that walk on two legs, eat meat, and have three toed feet. But Tiny feels left out until the Club invites her to join too!"Surprise Party" Shiny, Tiny and Don throw a surprise party for Buddy on the Dinosaur Train and invite a whole caboose full of his friends! 
Feb 4
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Friendship Day Zoe learns to be careful with the words she uses after hurting Elmo's feelings over their friendship dance. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 4
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Mood, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 4
11:30 AM
Sew It All Wallet Wise, Mark Montano Make an easy oilcloth wallet with simple embellishments. Plus, learn how to stitch on paper to make a cute business card holder. 
Feb 4
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.  
Feb 4
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.  
Feb 4
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 4
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART is always on the lookout for unusual, interesting plants for areas that present gardening challenges. In this episode, we start with an empty palette and paint a picture with plant material. Be sure to tune in. 
Feb 4
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Home Entertainment Designs WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 4
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Puerto Escondido: Living the Dream Ever dream of renting a space with a kitchen in Mexico just so you can cook all the fresh fish you can eat? Rick lives the dream at Hotel Villas Carrizalillo in Puerto Escondido. First, he peruses the town market for inspiration and ingredients from heirloom tomatoes to the local tuxtla chiles. Then he joins a resident expert to take him spear fishing off Roca Blanca Playa, one of the prettiest beaches in Mexico, for the freshest possible catch for his feast. And what a feast it is! Rick takes one robalo and turns it into an aguachile (a spicy ceviche appetizer), a brothy soup with chayote and beer, and pan-seared robalo with a tomatillo-pumpkinseed sauce. All from a small kitchen at the villas, a sharp knife, a couple of large pans and blender! Paradise indeed! 
Feb 4
3:30 PM
Taste This! Pizza Making 101 - Pizza Making 101: In this special episode, Chef Joe tours a pizzeria explaining how to make various dishes using all types of equipment. From pizzas to calzones, Chef Joe creates handmade meals with his own unique twist. 
Feb 4
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. 
Feb 4
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 4
6:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 4
7:00 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 4
7:30 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 4
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE Gunned Down FRONTLINE investigates how the NRA uses its unrivaled political power to stop gun regulation in America. With first-hand accounts of school killings in Newtown and Columbine, and the shooting of Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, "Gunned Down" examines why, despite the national trauma over gun violence, Washington hasn't acted. 
Feb 4
9:00 PM
GROWING CITIES In Lincoln's time, 80 percent of the U.S. population lived in rural areas and worked in farm-related jobs. Today, more than 80 percent of Americans live in cities, with less than 1 percent of the population claiming farming as an occupation.However, many city-dwellers are re-imagining the possibilities of farming in urban settings — growing their own food in empty lots and lawns, and creating healthier, stronger and more vibrant communities in the process. GROWING CITIES examines the role of urban agriculture in the United States and its potential for revitalizing cities and changing the way Americans eat. 
Feb 4
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 4
10:57 PM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Feb 4
11:00 PM
SCIENTASTIC!  
Feb 5
12:00 AM
Champion Trees Escaping the ravages of nature and man, the champion trees are the largest of their species in any state. With lives spanning hundreds of years, these silent sentinels have watched history unfold around them. "Champion Trees" is a one-hour AETN original documentary that explores these natural wonders and how they influence and inspire the people around them. Featured in the documentary are champion trees such as the American Holly, Sweet Tupelo, Baldcypress and Dawn Redwood. Also featured is artist Linda Palmer who has spent years photographing and drawing these trees, artfully preserving them for future generations. 
Feb 5
1:00 AM
Forensics: Beyond the CSI Effect Television dramas often provide an inaccurate portrayal of how evidence is gathered and used in a criminal investigation. Learn how law enforcement applies the scientific method to their work and why this fundamental understanding outlines the basis behind the science of forensics. 
Feb 5
1:30 AM
The Civic Life of Nathaniel Colley Nathaniel Colley, one of Sacramento's earliest African American lawyers, spent 50 years shaping the course of American history. His passion for education and civil rights brought Colley together with John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Rosa Parks, Edmund "Pat" Brown, and Bill Clinton. We'll discover the achievements of this Alabama-born advocate for justice and equality. 
Feb 5
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Puerto Escondido: Living the Dream Ever dream of renting a space with a kitchen in Mexico just so you can cook all the fresh fish you can eat? Rick lives the dream at Hotel Villas Carrizalillo in Puerto Escondido. First, he peruses the town market for inspiration and ingredients from heirloom tomatoes to the local tuxtla chiles. Then he joins a resident expert to take him spear fishing off Roca Blanca Playa, one of the prettiest beaches in Mexico, for the freshest possible catch for his feast. And what a feast it is! Rick takes one robalo and turns it into an aguachile (a spicy ceviche appetizer), a brothy soup with chayote and beer, and pan-seared robalo with a tomatillo-pumpkinseed sauce. All from a small kitchen at the villas, a sharp knife, a couple of large pans and blender! Paradise indeed! 
Feb 5
2:30 AM
Taste This! Pizza Making 101 - Pizza Making 101: In this special episode, Chef Joe tours a pizzeria explaining how to make various dishes using all types of equipment. From pizzas to calzones, Chef Joe creates handmade meals with his own unique twist. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Mood, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 5
4:30 AM
Sew It All Wallet Wise, Mark Montano Make an easy oilcloth wallet with simple embellishments. Plus, learn how to stitch on paper to make a cute business card holder. 
Feb 5
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.  
Feb 5
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.  
Feb 5
5:57 AM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mimic While exploring why some animals mimic the looks of others, Martin and Chris come across a cheetah cub and its mom. But before they know it, evil fashion designer, Donita Donata, 'catnips' the mom right in front of their eyes. The Wild Kratts team go into action to rescue the cheetah before Donita adds her to her new Fall line-up.Science Concepts: Mimicry. Some species use features that resemble other species' defenses - poison, coloration, aggression, stingers etc. - so that predators will avoid it. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat Yet Another Tree Problem/The Romeo and Juliet Problem Yet Another Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. The tables are turned! Peg is stuck up in the tree and Cat must figure out how to get her down...by making a ladder out of found objects.Primary Content: Up, downSecondary Content: Horizontal, verticalThe Romeo and Juliet Problem - Verona, circa 1500. Peg and Cat help their poetic pal Romeo reach Juliet's balcony using a series of horizontal and vertical lines.Primary Content: Horizontal, verticalSecondary Content: Parallel 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Elmo the Grouch When Elmo doesn't feel like himself, Oscar tries to convince him that he's turning into a Grouch. But Chris helps explain that everyone can have different types of feelings and those feelings come and go. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 5
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Feb 5
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy How to Sew Art, Part 2 Add the finishing touches to a gorgeous photograph wall hanging.During this second episode with guest Tammie Bowser, learn how to put the finishing touches on a quilted photograph wall hanging. Also, learn how to improve your design by using specific fabric values and positioning of the fabric pieces in an random manner. 
Feb 5
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.  
Feb 5
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Matthew Stewart - Nature's God Dr. Stewart is an acclaimed philosopher and bestselling author. His Book, Nature's God is about the philosophical beliefs of our founding fathers and the origins of the American Republic. 
Feb 5
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 5
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Madison In Madison, Wisconsin, stop by the home of vegetable gardener Megan Cain and learn to make an herb spiral using repurposed bricks. Watch Chef Christine Inthachith and her mother Bounyoung of Lao Laan-Xang restaurant (the first Laotian restaurant in Madison) cook up chicken laarp and fall squash curry. Visit Roller Coaster farm, which supplies the majority of its pigs to Johnny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective, then head back to Johnny's butcher shop to see him break down a pig and make charcuterie. And last, visit the first organic cranberry farm in Wisconsin, a farm that uses the traditional method of dry harvesting cranberries. 
Feb 5
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Autumn Enchantment With the welcomed cool air of autumn, it's the perfect time to celebrate the bounty of the season! Allen tells us about the second growing season of the year and shares a few ways to use Mother Nature's gift in the kitchen. He also visits Natchez, Mississippi where a close friend shows him how to make a delicious recipe with sweet potatoes. 
Feb 5
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Sauces A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with béarnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce — Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons — and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables. 
Feb 5
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. 
Feb 5
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Mountain Region of Sothern Norway "On Top of Norway" Host Andreas Viestad ventures to the tallest mountain in Norway: Galdøpiggen. Then, Andreas prepares some desserts using the fruits of summer, including sweet and tart berries. 
Feb 5
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Siena and Assisi, Italy Burt takes a group of public television viewers on a tour of Assisi and Siena. They visit the Basilica of St. Francis and discover how the paintings of Giotto made a permanent change in the way painters saw the world. They travel on to Siena and visit the great Church and historic attractions of the city. They also have a private tour of one of Italy's most important wineries and a special tasting of the wines of Tuscany. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 5
6:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 5
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: Great Natural Wonders Join the Globe Trekkers as they explore some of the world's Great Natural Wonders. Megan discovers erupting volcanoes in Hawaii and Java, Ian encounters the Arctic, Justine hikes the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia, Eils treks deep into the Amazon rainforest, and Holly travels with the nomadic Tuareg tribe in the Sahara Desert. Other destinations include Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Victoria Falls and spectacular national parks around the world, from New Zealand and Botswana to Kenya and Ecuador. 
Feb 5
8:00 PM
NOVA Sunken Ship Rescue NOVA follows the epic operation to secure, raise and salvage the Costa Concordia cruise ship, which ran aground and capsized off the coast of Italy on January 13, 2012, killing 32 people. The wreck stretches the length of three football fields, weighs 45,000 tons and lies half submerged on the site of a protected reef, with a 160-foot-long hole in its hull. Moving it from its precarious perch on the edge of an underwater cliff will be a huge technical and logistical challenge. Now, NOVA joins a team of more than 500 divers and engineers working around the clock as they attempt the biggest ship recovery project in history. 
Feb 5
9:00 PM
Big Movie Classics: Legends of Flight Originally produced for exhibition in IMAX™ museum theaters, acclaimed Giant Screen film director Stephen Low takes the audience on an exhilarating ride in the legendary 20th Century aircraft that most strongly influenced the revolutionary design of the 787 jetliner and the giant Airbus A380. Through an exclusive first-hand look at a design and manufacturing process that took nearly 10 years, viewers will experience the challenges, the struggles, the triumphs, and the emotional highs and lows of building a once-in-a-generation, entirely new airplane from the ground up. The filming was completed with the first flight of the 787, and released to theaters soon after, but that was only the beginning of a long and arduous test flight program required by the FAA for safety certification. In this special presentation, viewers will for the first time be witness to the filming of the rigorous testing a new commercial airplane undertakes before it is cleared to carry its first passenger. Also featured is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how this Giant Screen film was made. Shot with large format IMAX 15/70 cameras, by far the most advanced film technology in the world, this HD presentation is absolutely brilliant on home TV screens.BIG MOVIE CLASSICS: LEGENDS OF FLIGHT was produced in association with Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, also provides viewers with educational STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) value in a highly entertaining format. 
Feb 5
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 5
10:57 PM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 5
11:00 PM
STAGECOACH BAR: AN AMERICAN CROSSROADS  
Feb 6
12:00 AM
Big Movie Classics: Legends of Flight Originally produced for exhibition in IMAX™ museum theaters, acclaimed Giant Screen film director Stephen Low takes the audience on an exhilarating ride in the legendary 20th Century aircraft that most strongly influenced the revolutionary design of the 787 jetliner and the giant Airbus A380. Through an exclusive first-hand look at a design and manufacturing process that took nearly 10 years, viewers will experience the challenges, the struggles, the triumphs, and the emotional highs and lows of building a once-in-a-generation, entirely new airplane from the ground up. The filming was completed with the first flight of the 787, and released to theaters soon after, but that was only the beginning of a long and arduous test flight program required by the FAA for safety certification. In this special presentation, viewers will for the first time be witness to the filming of the rigorous testing a new commercial airplane undertakes before it is cleared to carry its first passenger. Also featured is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how this Giant Screen film was made. Shot with large format IMAX 15/70 cameras, by far the most advanced film technology in the world, this HD presentation is absolutely brilliant on home TV screens.BIG MOVIE CLASSICS: LEGENDS OF FLIGHT was produced in association with Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, also provides viewers with educational STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) value in a highly entertaining format. 
Feb 6
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The Madison In Madison, Wisconsin, stop by the home of vegetable gardener Megan Cain and learn to make an herb spiral using repurposed bricks. Watch Chef Christine Inthachith and her mother Bounyoung of Lao Laan-Xang restaurant (the first Laotian restaurant in Madison) cook up chicken laarp and fall squash curry. Visit Roller Coaster farm, which supplies the majority of its pigs to Johnny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective, then head back to Johnny's butcher shop to see him break down a pig and make charcuterie. And last, visit the first organic cranberry farm in Wisconsin, a farm that uses the traditional method of dry harvesting cranberries. 
Feb 6
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Autumn Enchantment With the welcomed cool air of autumn, it's the perfect time to celebrate the bounty of the season! Allen tells us about the second growing season of the year and shares a few ways to use Mother Nature's gift in the kitchen. He also visits Natchez, Mississippi where a close friend shows him how to make a delicious recipe with sweet potatoes. 
Feb 6
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Sauces A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with béarnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce — Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons — and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables. 
Feb 6
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. 
Feb 6
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Mountain Region of Sothern Norway "On Top of Norway" Host Andreas Viestad ventures to the tallest mountain in Norway: Galdøpiggen. Then, Andreas prepares some desserts using the fruits of summer, including sweet and tart berries. 
Feb 6
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Siena and Assisi, Italy Burt takes a group of public television viewers on a tour of Assisi and Siena. They visit the Basilica of St. Francis and discover how the paintings of Giotto made a permanent change in the way painters saw the world. They travel on to Siena and visit the great Church and historic attractions of the city. They also have a private tour of one of Italy's most important wineries and a special tasting of the wines of Tuscany. 
Feb 6
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Feb 6
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy How to Sew Art, Part 2 Add the finishing touches to a gorgeous photograph wall hanging.During this second episode with guest Tammie Bowser, learn how to put the finishing touches on a quilted photograph wall hanging. Also, learn how to improve your design by using specific fabric values and positioning of the fabric pieces in an random manner. 
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Matthew Stewart - Nature's God Dr. Stewart is an acclaimed philosopher and bestselling author. His Book, Nature's God is about the philosophical beliefs of our founding fathers and the origins of the American Republic. 
Feb 6
5:57 AM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 6
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 6
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. 
Feb 6
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? 
Feb 6
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? 
Feb 6
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Little Lemmings/Keep the Beat Little LemmingsIt's cold outside, but Nick and Sally want to keep playing. Is there a way to stay warm out in the cold? Cat's friend Lars the Lemming will know! He lives in the Wundra-Bundra-Tundra. It's cold out, but with Lars' fur coat, he doesn't even notice! They help Lars find a new home, one where there's more food for him and his family and they discover that he even uses the snow to help keep him warm! Back at home the kids wear two winter coats, but what's even warmer than that? Hot chocolate!Educational Objective: Norway Lemmings are well-suited to life above the Arctic Circle.Keep the BeatNick and Sally have been running around the backyard and now their chests are thumpity thumping! The Cat explains that that is their hearts boom boom booming! But why? wonders Sally. A visit to Dr. Giggles will answer that question. By shrinking down super small, they follow Dr. Giggles' directions to follow the path that blood takes, learning about how the heart is a pump. They watch Thing 2's heart beat faster when he runs, and slows down when he stops. With all this running around, their bodies are now making another sound - rumbling tummies! Educational Objective: How and why the heart beats. 
Feb 6
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 
Feb 6
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaurs in the Snow/Cretaceous Conifers "Dinosaurs in the Snow" Buddy and his Pteranodon family ride the Dinosaur Train to the North Pole - where it's cooler out and the skies are dark all winter long! The kids get to play in the snow and slide on a frozen pond for the first time. "Cretaceous Conifers" The whole Pteranodon family have fun celebrating Mom's favorite holiday, Winter Solstice. They learn about large conifer (evergreen) trees and help decorate them at a holiday party. 
Feb 6
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 
Feb 6
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Buffalo The Bansemers take a drive through the National Bison Range near Dixon MT with incredible panoramic views and opportunities to watch the buffalo up close. Back in the studio Roger uses acrylics to paint a portrait of the powerful head of a buffalo. 
Feb 6
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3210 Dora's Delight Block A square in a square and four triangle in a square patches. 
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 6
2:00 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. 
Feb 6
2:30 PM
On Story Rectify: Ray McKinnon on Characters & Culture Ray McKinnon, creator of the Sundance Channel's breakout hit, Rectify, details how to capture the personality of a culture through establishing strong characters, tone, and atmosphere. The short film Spanola Pepper Sauce Company follows, directed by McKinnon and written by Graham Gordy, suggesting there's more brewing in Spanola, AK than just its fine pepper sauce cooking. Short: Spanola Pepper Sauce Company. 
Feb 6
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Grilling with Andy Husbands Grilling is as American as Apple Pie and on this week's episode of Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai joins forces with the ultimate master of grilling, author and Boston-based chef - Andy Husbands. Ming and Andy will share their secrets for grilling as they cook on the fly using mystery ingredients and some zesty spices from Ming's pantry. Together they will grill up: a Thai Buffalo Salad and Grilled Mussels and Clams with tomatoes and a Polenta Cake. 
Feb 6
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. 
Feb 6
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Summer's Bounty Summer is definitely the time Joanne gets excited about fruits and vegetables, greeting her student Leah with a little jem salad perfectly dressed with a buttermilk blue cheese dressing. They make a spicy spaghetti together and then cool things down with a blueberry frozen yogurt.Recipes: Little Gems with Almonds and Buttermilk Blue Dressing, Spicy Spaghetti with Sautéed Fennel and Mussels, and Blueberry Frozen YogurtStudent: Leah Ballantyne, Teacher 
Feb 6
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Artful Artichokes Host Laura Theodore prepares tempting dishes featuring artichokes. Recipes include; "Easy Artichokes with Lemon Dipping Sauce," "Baked Artichokes with Savory Walnut Stuffing," and "Italian-Style Stuffed Artichokes." "Chilled Artichokes with Dill Sauce" or "Caramelized Balsamic Artichokes" both make an elegant side dish for any special meal. You'll impress your friends and family with new found confidence when serving this golden goddess of the vegetable world. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 6
6:57 PM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Rude Mechs Rude Mechs create original productions that represent a genre-defying cocktail of big ideas, cheap laughs, and dizzying spectacle.Long Description:Since 1995, Rude Mechs have created original theatrical productions that represent a genre-defying cocktail of big ideas, cheap laughs, and dizzying spectacle. While fostering a truly collaborative environment - there are no individual leaders or directors - Rude Mechs has jumped into the national spotlight as one of the most innovative and subversive acting companies in the country. Their generous creative spirit also led them to create Girl Action, a year-round arts mentoring program for teenage girls. This "punk theater" ensemble was borne out of a desire for a truly collaborative environment, which has also led to their management of a multi-arts space for the artistic community. 
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
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.  
Feb 6
9:00 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 6
9:30 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 6
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 6
10:57 PM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 6
11:00 PM
Song of the Dunes: Search for the Original Gypsies 'Untouchable' musicians are trapped at the bottom of India's caste system. Battling life's struggles, they keep their spirit alive through music. 
Feb 7
12:00 AM
Out to Pasture: The Future of Farming?  
Feb 7
12:30 AM
Arts in Context Rude Mechs Rude Mechs create original productions that represent a genre-defying cocktail of big ideas, cheap laughs, and dizzying spectacle.Long Description:Since 1995, Rude Mechs have created original theatrical productions that represent a genre-defying cocktail of big ideas, cheap laughs, and dizzying spectacle. While fostering a truly collaborative environment - there are no individual leaders or directors - Rude Mechs has jumped into the national spotlight as one of the most innovative and subversive acting companies in the country. Their generous creative spirit also led them to create Girl Action, a year-round arts mentoring program for teenage girls. This "punk theater" ensemble was borne out of a desire for a truly collaborative environment, which has also led to their management of a multi-arts space for the artistic community. 
Feb 7
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Special: Great Natural Wonders Join the Globe Trekkers as they explore some of the world's Great Natural Wonders. Megan discovers erupting volcanoes in Hawaii and Java, Ian encounters the Arctic, Justine hikes the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia, Eils treks deep into the Amazon rainforest, and Holly travels with the nomadic Tuareg tribe in the Sahara Desert. Other destinations include Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Victoria Falls and spectacular national parks around the world, from New Zealand and Botswana to Kenya and Ecuador. 
Feb 7
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Grilling with Andy Husbands Grilling is as American as Apple Pie and on this week's episode of Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai joins forces with the ultimate master of grilling, author and Boston-based chef - Andy Husbands. Ming and Andy will share their secrets for grilling as they cook on the fly using mystery ingredients and some zesty spices from Ming's pantry. Together they will grill up: a Thai Buffalo Salad and Grilled Mussels and Clams with tomatoes and a Polenta Cake. 
Feb 7
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. 
Feb 7
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Summer's Bounty Summer is definitely the time Joanne gets excited about fruits and vegetables, greeting her student Leah with a little jem salad perfectly dressed with a buttermilk blue cheese dressing. They make a spicy spaghetti together and then cool things down with a blueberry frozen yogurt.Recipes: Little Gems with Almonds and Buttermilk Blue Dressing, Spicy Spaghetti with Sautéed Fennel and Mussels, and Blueberry Frozen YogurtStudent: Leah Ballantyne, Teacher 
Feb 7
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Artful Artichokes Host Laura Theodore prepares tempting dishes featuring artichokes. Recipes include; "Easy Artichokes with Lemon Dipping Sauce," "Baked Artichokes with Savory Walnut Stuffing," and "Italian-Style Stuffed Artichokes." "Chilled Artichokes with Dill Sauce" or "Caramelized Balsamic Artichokes" both make an elegant side dish for any special meal. You'll impress your friends and family with new found confidence when serving this golden goddess of the vegetable world. 
Feb 7
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Buffalo The Bansemers take a drive through the National Bison Range near Dixon MT with incredible panoramic views and opportunities to watch the buffalo up close. Back in the studio Roger uses acrylics to paint a portrait of the powerful head of a buffalo. 
Feb 7
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3210 Dora's Delight Block A square in a square and four triangle in a square patches. 
Feb 7
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.  
Feb 7
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.  
Feb 7
6:00 AM
Caillou Knowing I'm Growing Caillou is getting bigger! Caillou's feet are growing, so Mommy takes him to the shoe store where the salesman measures his feet, and Caillou gets a new pair of shoes. But he's not as big as Andre, who can ride a big bike, or Sarah, who is losing a tooth and waiting for the Tooth Fairy. Caillou is reassured he's growing when the growth chart shows how tall he has become. And, Caillou is too big for his favorite shirt, so he gives it to his favorite teddy bear to wear. On another day, Sarah invites Caillou to a little brother or sister day at school. The school is big and Caillou is a little afraid. But with Sarah's help Caillou has a lot of fun. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn - even when they're feeling little - to pay attention to the signs that they are getting bigger: shoes feel too small; sweaters have to be handed down to someone younger; they hit a higher mark on the growth chart, and they can help out in all sorts of ways that they couldn't do just a little while ago. It won't be long until they are ready for school! 
Feb 7
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Fun at Work Educational Objective: Fun at WorkScoop the ArtistToday's job is to build a new wing on the museum, before the grand exhibition opening. At the museum, Scoop decides he wants to be a great artist too! Scoop asks David, the artist, to teach him how to paint! At the museum, Bob wonders where Scoop is - they really need his help to get finished before the grand opening! As it was getting dark, Scoop rushes to the Supplier's Yard only to find it shut! He wanted to be an artist as well as a digger, but he didn't actually paint anything!Back at the museum, Bob asks Scoop to dig some flowerbeds. Scoop works extra fast, to make up for being out so long! When they are done, Scoop and David survey the work.... Scoop has dug the flowerbed out - in the shape of a beautiful flower! Now David doesn't need to paint his picture -Scoop is pleased - he's a digger, and an artist!Roley's RoversThere is much excitement at the Yard. The machines find an old soccer ball and toss it around. Roley gets interested in the idea of a mascot, just as Bob arrives with Mr Bentley. He announces that the team are going to be fixing up the old Fixham Rovers soccerball field in time for the school's first game that afternoon! Mr. Bentley points out that the Fixham Rovers club green exactly matches Roley's color - making him perfect for being the team mascot! Bob shows Roley the plans. But Roley is too wrapped up in his new world of chants to take them in and absent-mindedly agrees to be in charge of the job! Roley has to save the day. He uses his talent for inspirational chants to encourage the team to work faster than ever before - and re-build the field to be the new home of Fixham Rovers. 
Feb 7
7:00 AM
Curious George Relax!/The Box and the Hound George and the Man with the Yellow Hat decide that Professor Wiseman needs a break. She's up to her ears with work! And what better way to relax than a stress-free picnic in the park? But with a stuck pickle jar, a tangled hammock, and a duck floating away with the Man's beloved hat, the Man is at his wits end, but could a day of creative problem solving be exactly what the monkey ordered for Professor Wiseman?George happily agrees to watch Charkie while Aunt Margaret visits the museum, but dog sitting turns out to be much more exhausting than George imagined. Charkie will do anything to get what's inside of Aunt Margaret's parcel package and George promised he'd keep it safe! After twisting, turning, flipping, and rotating the box, George is able to get it out of sight, but Charkie's keen sense of smell makes it impossible to stay hidden for long. Armed with dog toys and a leash, can George figure out how to distract Charkie's super sense long enough to get the box back to Aunt Margaret's house unharmed? 
Feb 7
7:30 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. 
Feb 7
8:00 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 
Feb 7
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Derek the Deinonychus/Don's Dragonfly "Derek the Deinonychus"Buddy, Tiny and Mom visit a family of Deinonychus, dinosaurs with large, sharp toe-claws. They meet a kid named Derek who uses his toe-claws to not only hunt with but to carve great art! "Don's Dragonfly" Don makes a new friend with red feet, a dragonfly named Howard. 
Feb 7
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Helpful Friends Charlie & EddieEdward wants to show Charlie that he is a really fun engine instead of doing his job. Edward races off to the tracks telling Charlie jokes. A big mistake occurs when Edward takes Sir Topham Hatt's car to the Steam Works by mistake, but Kevin doesn't know how to fix cars, only steam engines. Edward is horrified when he arrives back at the Steam Works and sees that instead of fixing the car, Kevin has put a funnel on its roof! Edward realizes that he needs to concentrate on his job rather than racing around Sodor with Charlie.Educational Objective: Concentrating on doing the very best at completing a job.Toby & The Whistling WoodsSir Topham Hatt asks Toby to go to the Summer House. Toby is scared because this means that Toby will need to puff through the Whistling Woods. But he decides to be brave and starts to make his way through them. Toby hears a strange noise and reverses quickly out of the woods where he meets Thomas and James. The engines see that Toby is a little frightened and offer to travel through the woods with him but Toby insists he can get through the woods on his own. When Toby gets scared again, Thomas and James tell him that the noises are friendly sounds. One sound is being made by a beautiful owl, another is the sound of a waterfall, and the last is the sound of the wind whistling through the woods. Toby is at last happy in the Whistling Woods!Educational Objective: Conquering fears 
Feb 7
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Hearts on Ice/Angelina's Kitchen Band Angelina and the Hearts on Ice It's Valentine's Day! Angelina and Alice are excited to perform a love-themed skating show during halftime at Chipping Cheddar's big hockey game. Marco thinks he is being asked to join the hockey team and is less than enthusiastic when he finds out that he has to participate in Angelina and Viki's performance. Eventually, Marco realizes the importance of his part and, in the end, learns to make the best of an uncomfortable situation.Educational Objectives:• To introduce ice dancing• To demonstrate how ice dancing involves the expression of feelings Angelina's Kitchen BandMs. Mimi takes the mouselings on a field trip to show them that music is everywhere: lots of things can be used to make music! Gracie doesn't see the point in finding other ways to make music when they have such great instruments at school. With the help of her friends and Mrs. Thimble, she discovers that learning can be fun and inspiration can be found even in the most unlikely of places!Educational Objectives:• To demonstrate that inspiration for music and dance can be found all around • To explore how music can be created from everyday objects.• To identify sounds in the environment• To demonstrate that simple household objects can help teach timbre/tone color 
Feb 7
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Clean Up Time/Neighborhood Clean Up Clean Up Time: Daniel and O the Owl are playing "farm" at Daniel's house. They are having a lot of fun, but are making quite a mess! After losing his watch in a messy room, Daniel realizes that cleaning up and putting his toys away will help him find it.Neighborhood Clean Up: A wind storm has made a mess of the Neighborhood playground and no one can play. When King Friday proclaims that it is Clean Up Day, everyone helps restore the playground by throwing out and recycling the trash. The children learn that by working together, the playground can be ready for play again in no time!Theme:Clean UpStrategy: Clean up, pick up, put away, clean up every day! 
Feb 7
10:30 AM
Super Why! King Midas King Midas - Pig only has one toy car, but he wants lots more! Super Why and his friends fly into the story of a ruler with the golden touch and meet King Midas. The king may think that MORE is better, but all he ends up with is more problems! The reading heroes help King Midas, and Pig learns an important lesson about appreciation.Educational Objectives: To learn to be glad about what you have, discover the alphabet, identify the letters M, I, L, K., practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Feb 7
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Feb 7
11:30 AM
Odd Squad Oscar and the Oscarbots/Picture Day Oscar and the Oscarbots - When several of Oscar's Oscarbots (robots made in his own image) become lost in town, Olive and Otto must help him find them.Curriculum: Numbers and counting; reading, writing and representing numbersPicture Day - Otto and Olive must figure out why people in town are becoming plaid and striped. Curriculum: Algebraic thinking; identifying number patterns 
Feb 7
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.  
Feb 7
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. 
Feb 7
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Lufkin, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Feb 7
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. 
Feb 7
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Taiwan Lantern Festival 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.  
Feb 7
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and the most innovative food artisans across the United States. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies.  
Feb 7
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Thailand, Golden Triangle Tea plantations have replaced the opium fields in northern Thailand, but dense jungle still covers much of the area where Thailand borders Burma and Laos. Visit an Akha hill tribe village trying to maintain its traditions in the face of tourism. Meet elephants rescued from life in Bangkok at an elephant orphanage. Join Rudy as he takes mahout lessons and gets soaked steering his elephant into the river that separates Thailand from Burma. Explore the small villages that mark this part of the country and meet a Buddhist monk who uses horses, martial arts, and religion to steer young men away from the temptations of drugs being produced across the border in Burma. The saffron robes of Buddhist monks, the vivid colors of local blossoms, and the brilliant emerald of rice fields make the Golden Triangle a magical corner of the world. 
Feb 7
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Highlights of Paris: Eiffel and Monet to Crème Brulée Packing the best of Paris into one episode, we scale the Eiffel Tower, then savor classic treats— from steak tartare to crème brulée. We marvel at Monet, Manet and company in the stunning Orsay Gallery. Tracing the sad steps of Marie Antoinette, we relive French history from its bloody revolution to its extravagant belle epoch. 
Feb 7
4:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Feb 7
4:30 PM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Feb 7
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 4 Lord Merton delivers a bombshell to Isobel, and Mary does likewise to Tony. Police suspicions deepen in an unexplained death. Robert and Sarah lock horns. 
Feb 7
6:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 7
6:30 PM
Sixteenth Maine at Gettysburg Often described as the Civil War's turning point, the conflict took place over three days in and around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was the battle with the largest number of casualties in the war ultimately resulting in Union Maj. Gen. George Gordon Meade's Army of the Potomac fending off attacks by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, ending Lee's invasion of the North.SIXTEENTH MAINE AT GETTYSBURG celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and the pivotal role that soldiers from Maine and around New England played in the battle. 
Feb 7
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Jason Isbell/Neko Case ACL presents modern roots rock with Jason Isbell and Neko Case. Isbell performs tunes from his acclaimed LP Southeastern, while Case sings songs from her latest album. 
Feb 7
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Alabama Shakes The Alabama Shakes delivered a crushingly electric set at the Loveless Barn, located directly behind Nashville's famous Loveless Cafe. The crowd of 500 cheered each song as the band delivered a thrillingly uninhibited show. The band dashed through blistering rockabilly boogies, eruptive country-soul ballads, and more from their 2012 debut album, Boys & Girls, and the collection of new material earmarked for a much-anticipated follow-up. Frontwoman Brittany Howard testified to the deeply felt truths of the songs with ferocity, and her bandmates were with her all the way—gutsy, dynamic, and altogether riveting. 
Feb 7
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th    
Feb 7
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 2: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, continues this week with performances by Paper Bird, West Water Outlaws, Inner Oceans, Grant Farm and Shady Elders. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Feb 7
10:00 PM
Now Playing Sawmill Joe This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Feb 7
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Dave Eggar with Amy Lee & Hammerstep One genre-breaking standout performer this season is the ever-amazing virtuoso cellist Dave Eggar. A phenomenal innovator in his own right, Eggar is joined in the Underground by singer Amy Lee (of multi-platinum selling artists Evanescence fame) and the innovative dance troupe Hammerstep ("American Idol"), mixing traditional Irish step dance with hip-hop and tap. The sum is an electrifying, cross-cultural event born in the crucible of the caverns. 
Feb 7
11:00 PM
Front And Center The Avett Brothers FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Feb 8
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Sam Lewis w/Kenny Vaughan Trio Sam Lewis is connecting the dots whether crossing genres or state lines, he has pieced together a story people need to hear. His self-titled debut album pulls together some of Nashville's most seasoned musicians, who have helped put the breath into a body of songs that are as straight-forward and captivating as the man who sings them. 
Feb 8
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.  
Feb 8
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Adam Lopez & His Rhythm Review with Christie Buchele SOUNDS ON 29TH showcases some of Colorado's finest talent. In this episode, Adam Lopez & His Rhythm Review cover diverse forms of Outlaw Rockabilly, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Honky Tonk, and more. Christie Buchele, an up-and-coming standup comic from the Mile-High city, crushes the audience with her wry, biting style that's a bit surly and really, really funny. 
Feb 8
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 2: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, continues this week with performances by Paper Bird, West Water Outlaws, Inner Oceans, Grant Farm and Shady Elders. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Feb 8
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Jason Isbell/Neko Case ACL presents modern roots rock with Jason Isbell and Neko Case. Isbell performs tunes from his acclaimed LP Southeastern, while Case sings songs from her latest album. 
Feb 8
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Alabama Shakes The Alabama Shakes delivered a crushingly electric set at the Loveless Barn, located directly behind Nashville's famous Loveless Cafe. The crowd of 500 cheered each song as the band delivered a thrillingly uninhibited show. The band dashed through blistering rockabilly boogies, eruptive country-soul ballads, and more from their 2012 debut album, Boys & Girls, and the collection of new material earmarked for a much-anticipated follow-up. Frontwoman Brittany Howard testified to the deeply felt truths of the songs with ferocity, and her bandmates were with her all the way—gutsy, dynamic, and altogether riveting. 
Feb 8
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Buckwheat Zydeco Emmy- and Grammy Award-winning artist Buckwheat Zydeco and his band bring the Creole dance party to Infinity Hall. Born Stanley Joseph Dural, Jr. in 1947, Zydeco was raised in a large, musical family in Lafayette, Louisiana. "Growing up, the thing that made me happy was music," said Zydeco. "When you're listening to music or you're playing music, you got no business being sad."Zydeco's father played the accordion, but the young man originally refused to take up the instrument, dismissing the traditional zydeco music of his father's generation. He preferred playing the organ and listening to R&B. That changed in 1976, when he joined the "King of Zydeco" Clifton Chenier as a keyboard player. After learning to play the accordion, Zydeco formed his own band in 1979.For over three decades, Buckwheat Zydeco has been delighting audiences with his contemporary style of creole music. "It's based on the rhythm and blues. Whether you're playing an up-tempo song or a slow song, they always have that energy and that certain beat that go together with the music. It's always played with the washboard," says Zydeco, who plays the accordion, organ, and sings. Buckwheat Zydeco is an accomplished artist. He won an Emmy for his music in the television movie Pistol Pete: The Life And Times Of Pete Maravich and a Grammy for Best Zydeco Music Album in 2010 for Lay Your Burden Down. Zydeco also played at the closing ceremonies during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, and performed at both inaugurations for President William Jefferson Clinton. His infectious music appeals to people of all ages. In 2010, Zydeco released his second children's album, Bayou Boogie. Zydeco keeps Louisiana tradition alive with his infectious music, encouraging the audience to boogie to the Buckwheat beat.Song List"Je Parties a Paris""Buck's Going Downtown "Throw Me Something, Mister" "Walking to New Orleans" "Ya Ya" "Jackpot!" "Peace, Love and Happiness" 
Feb 8
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Seth Bernard and May Erlewine Uplifting folk/pop songs with a message from the award-winning northern Michigan duo Seth & May. Featured are the inspiring "Shine On," the joyful "What Makes You Alive?" and selections from their latest CD, New Flower. 
Feb 8
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.  
Feb 8
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.  
Feb 8
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.  
Feb 8
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.  
Feb 8
8:00 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 
Feb 8
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Theropod Club/Surprise Party "The Theropod Club"Buddy's Theropod Club meets with other dinosaurs that walk on two legs, eat meat, and have three toed feet. But Tiny feels left out until the Club invites her to join too!"Surprise Party" Shiny, Tiny and Don throw a surprise party for Buddy on the Dinosaur Train and invite a whole caboose full of his friends! 
Feb 8
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Play Pretend/Super Daniel! Play Pretend: Teacher Harriet shows the children a big cardboard box and asks them what they think it could be. Daniel and Miss Elaina have fun pretending the box is a space ship and a jungle boat, but O the Owl just sees a big cardboard box. With a little help from his friends, O discovers how much fun it is to pretend!Super Daniel!: Daniel and Grandpere are at home pretending to be superheroes when Daniel notices that Dad has forgotten to take his lunch to work with him. He and Grandpere take Dad's lunchbox to the Clock Factory and Daniel uses his imagination to have several super adventures along the way.Theme: Imagination/PretendStrategy: When you pretend, you can do anything! 
Feb 8
9:30 AM
Super Why! Aladdin Aladdin - Princess Pea is wishing for a playhouse to appear but no matter how many times she waves her wand, nothing happens! The Super Readers fly into the story of Aladdin to catch up with a lucky lad who's about to have all his wishes come true - courtesy of an amazing magic lamp! With the help of their literacy powers, the Super Readers dive inside the lamp to meet the genie himself. But will the Super Readers succeed in helping Aladdin get his wish, or will his dreams go up in smoke?Educational Objectives: To learn about taking the initiative. The alphabet is explored and kids practice the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story. 
Feb 8
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Ignatz's Inertia Sid is sending his toy panda Ignatz on yet another adventure! He places him on top of a skateboard and rolls him across the patio. The skateboard comes to an abrupt stop when it bumps into a wooden bench, but Ignatz keeps moving forward and flies into the air! Sid is curious why Ignatz didn't stop moving too, so he and his friends investigate and discover that things in motion stay in motion until they are stopped - and that's inertia! (Educational objective - Inertia) 
Feb 8
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts To Touch a Hummingbird Martin and Chris realize that the Hummingbird might be the ultimate flier in the Creature world and ask Aviva to create a new power disc with its powers. The only problem - it's not easy to touch a Hummingbird!Science Concept: Flight, energy. 
Feb 8
11:00 AM
Arthur Just Desserts/The Big Dig In "Just Desserts" Arthur eats too many before dinner and gets a tummy ache. To make him feel better Grandma Thora reads him some fairy tales and they take on new meaning in Arthur's nightmares. In the second half, "The Big Dig" turns out to be a big bust, but DW and Arthur learn to appreciate their grandpa Dave. 
Feb 8
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Cora! Cora! Cora!/Cora Encore! Cora! Cora! Cora! Helen's family friend Kit Luntanne (Jennifer Westfeldt) is upset. She's had to leave her lovable dog, Cora, at home while she travels with her acting troupe. Backstage at the theater, Martha meets Ham Johnson (Jon Hamm), an actor who admires Kit and wants to impress her. Together they hatch a plan to reunite Kit with her dog. What could possibly go wrong?Vocabulary: (E) admire, reunite, ambition, famous, audition Cora Encore! Confusion ensues as Martha and Ham cross paths with a troupe of circus dogs who all look exactly like Cora. Can our heroes find the real Cora before she's sent off to perform in the big top? Or before Kit finds out about the mess they've made?Vocabulary: (E) actress, stash, bold, chaos, understudy 
Feb 8
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Making Connections Roger meets landscape designer Tim Lee to see how the small stream in the backyard affects all other areas of the yard, including a stand of trees in front that can be removed after careful consideration by the Conservation Commission. Before the trees come down, Roger shows Kevin the valuable shade plants to be relocated to a new bed in the side yard to provide screening from the neighboring house. Tom and Kevin cut away a five-foot section of wall to connect the new kitchen to the old great room. Richard shows Kevin two common rough plumbing conditions in the kitchen: a main sink that has a traditional drain and vent configuration, and an island prep sink, which requires a bow vent in order to work properly. Kevin meets building inspector Fred Lonardo to learn how a GC can call for a "partial framing inspection" to keep the job moving. Arborist John Marquis shows Roger the proper preparation, safety precautions and procedures for doing a "take down" of the 12 trees in the front yard. 
Feb 8
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom travels to Cleveland to help a homeowner install interior window trim. Richard shares some first-time plumbing tips with Kevin. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner wire an above-ground pool safely. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 8
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Mud Room Learn about combining activities in a well-traveled part of the house. 
Feb 8
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART is always on the lookout for unusual, interesting plants for areas that present gardening challenges. In this episode, we start with an empty palette and paint a picture with plant material. Be sure to tune in. 
Feb 8
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Vancouver In Vancouver, Canada, gardener and author Andrea Bellamy shows how to create a worm composter, propagate herbs by taking cuttings and harvest flax seeds. Chef Chris Roper is cooking rye crusted sturgeon with lightly pickled beets, and smoked salmon salad with cucumber. Go out on crab boats with fishermen dedicated to keeping low-impact practices viable for small-scale harvesters, and visit a mobile truck farm owned by Judy Kenzie. 
Feb 8
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table A Feast for the Season Allen is getting ready for a feast at the farm! But he wants to spend time with his guests. In this episode, he shows viewers how to prepare some recipes in advance so there is more time with family and friends. Plus, Chef Capi Peck prepares a delicious Butternut Squash Gratin and Allen shares tips on how to decorate an elegant table without going overboard. 
Feb 8
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World In The Garden With Margaret Roach: New York 505: Container Gardening from A to Z: Atlanta, GAWe can all appreciate the beauty of colorful containers of plants and flowers to dress up any space. As simple as potting up a few plants can be, the best arrangements are achieved through techniques professional designers use to create stunning combinations. From selecting the most appropriate container, to choosing the right soil, to creating that magical plant combination, 
Feb 8
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind ITP - The Lifesaving Work of Blood Platelets 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. 
Feb 8
4:00 PM
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. 
Feb 8
5:00 PM
IQ: SMARTPARENT Tune In, Tune Out 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. 
Feb 8
6:00 PM
IQ: SMARTPARENT Tots + Tech 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. 
Feb 8
7:00 PM
Scientists You Must Know This documentary celebrates three of this age's foremost scientists you've never heard of- Arnold O. Beckman, George Rosenkranz and Gordon Moore, pioneers whose seminal work makes possible some of modern life's fundamental tools. Tracing the paths of the Instrumentation Revolution, the founding of the integrated circuit and the formulation of the birth control pill, Scientists You Must Know presents stories of remarkable human endeavor, scientific achievement-and their founders' humility. 
Feb 8
8:00 PM
so right so smart 'so right so smart'' profiles companies on the cutting edge of more sustainable business practices who are proving that being environmentally friendly is both good for the earth and good for business. Their inspiring stories of leadership and innovative change provide hopeful models for the larger business community and other institutions. The primary focus of the film is a behind-the-scenes look at the transformation of Interface Inc., a global carpet manufacturer led by Ray Anderson, one of the early pioneers of green business practices. Anderson has spearheaded an often-challenging effort to transform Interface to a "restorative enterprise"; and has become an inspiration to other businesses.so right so smart also includes short profiles of companies who started with a commitment to green business practices. Stonyfield Farms, Patagonia, Herman Miller, Seventh Generation and New Belgium Brewery. Prominent environmental authors and business experts share their experiences and insights, including Paul Hawken, Janine Benyus, Jonathan Lash, David Suzuki, Rick Fedrizi, Professor Stuart Hart, and Amory Lovins. Narrated by Darryl Hannah. 
Feb 8
9:00 PM
American Experience  The holder of 1,093 patents, Thomas Alva Edison was nearly synonymous with invention. Driven, intensely competitive and never more at home than he was at work, Edison would be remembered as the genius who created the modern world. 
Feb 8
11:00 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 8
11:30 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 9
12:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Making Connections Roger meets landscape designer Tim Lee to see how the small stream in the backyard affects all other areas of the yard, including a stand of trees in front that can be removed after careful consideration by the Conservation Commission. Before the trees come down, Roger shows Kevin the valuable shade plants to be relocated to a new bed in the side yard to provide screening from the neighboring house. Tom and Kevin cut away a five-foot section of wall to connect the new kitchen to the old great room. Richard shows Kevin two common rough plumbing conditions in the kitchen: a main sink that has a traditional drain and vent configuration, and an island prep sink, which requires a bow vent in order to work properly. Kevin meets building inspector Fred Lonardo to learn how a GC can call for a "partial framing inspection" to keep the job moving. Arborist John Marquis shows Roger the proper preparation, safety precautions and procedures for doing a "take down" of the 12 trees in the front yard. 
Feb 9
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom travels to Cleveland to help a homeowner install interior window trim. Richard shares some first-time plumbing tips with Kevin. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner wire an above-ground pool safely. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 9
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Mud Room Learn about combining activities in a well-traveled part of the house. 
Feb 9
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART is always on the lookout for unusual, interesting plants for areas that present gardening challenges. In this episode, we start with an empty palette and paint a picture with plant material. Be sure to tune in. 
Feb 9
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The Vancouver In Vancouver, Canada, gardener and author Andrea Bellamy shows how to create a worm composter, propagate herbs by taking cuttings and harvest flax seeds. Chef Chris Roper is cooking rye crusted sturgeon with lightly pickled beets, and smoked salmon salad with cucumber. Go out on crab boats with fishermen dedicated to keeping low-impact practices viable for small-scale harvesters, and visit a mobile truck farm owned by Judy Kenzie. 
Feb 9
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Home Entertainment Designs WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 9
3:00 AM
so right so smart 'so right so smart'' profiles companies on the cutting edge of more sustainable business practices who are proving that being environmentally friendly is both good for the earth and good for business. Their inspiring stories of leadership and innovative change provide hopeful models for the larger business community and other institutions. The primary focus of the film is a behind-the-scenes look at the transformation of Interface Inc., a global carpet manufacturer led by Ray Anderson, one of the early pioneers of green business practices. Anderson has spearheaded an often-challenging effort to transform Interface to a "restorative enterprise"; and has become an inspiration to other businesses.so right so smart also includes short profiles of companies who started with a commitment to green business practices. Stonyfield Farms, Patagonia, Herman Miller, Seventh Generation and New Belgium Brewery. Prominent environmental authors and business experts share their experiences and insights, including Paul Hawken, Janine Benyus, Jonathan Lash, David Suzuki, Rick Fedrizi, Professor Stuart Hart, and Amory Lovins. Narrated by Darryl Hannah. 
Feb 9
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Lufkin, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Feb 9
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. 
Feb 9
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.  
Feb 9
5:30 AM
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. 
Feb 9
5:57 AM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 9
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. 
Feb 9
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 9
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 9
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Strength Coordination This episode features a potpouri of movements to enhance strength and coordination. 
Feb 9
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Ground Hog Wake Up Call Aviva discovers a cute Ground Hog in a meadow and decides to create - and test on herself - a Creature Power Suit. Aviva discovers one of their powers is hibernation and goes into a deep winter sleep. It's up to Martin and Chris to discover what causes ground hogs to wake up, so they can rescue Aviva.Science Concept: Hibernation. 
Feb 9
8:00 AM
Curious George Ski Monkey/George the Grocer Ski Monkey: When a blizzard covers the country house with a foot of snow, George can't wait to get outside to play. But he soon learns that such deep snow isn't easy for a monkey to play in, until he learns how much fun it can be to ski, snowshoe and sled. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that spreading out the weight of an object on a soft surface like snow keeps it from sinking in.George the Grocer: George really wants the toy oven he sees in the window at the toy store, but first, he has to find a job to earn money to buy it. Since neither Chef Pisghetti nor Mr. Glass need help, George decides to go to work at the Grocery Store. While George is pretty proud of the job he does helping customers, the grocer is pretty confused about who is causing such chaos in the aisles. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To describe relative positions in space and to apply ideas about relative position. 
Feb 9
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Many Ants Make Light Work/Nest Best Thing Many Ants Make Light WorkNick and Sally are trying to put up a tent in their backyard but it's not working! Nick is pulling when Sally is pushing and it's just making a giant heap! Good thing the Cat knows a million trillion friends who are experts at teamwork! He whisks the kids off to visit an ant colony where Nick and Sally learn that you can do anything when you work together!Educational Objective: Ants - an ant colony is made up of many individuals who all work together to get a job done.Nest Best ThingNick and Sally have found some bird eggs in their backyard, but their nest is destroyed. Where are they going to keep them? The Cat in the Hat brings them to an expert nest builder, Mrs. Robin, who shows the children how to build a nest especially for those robin eggs.Educational Objective: Bird Nests - how the American Robin builds its nest using twigs, grass and mud. 
Feb 9
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 
Feb 9
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train New Neighbors/Don's Collection New NeighborsMr. Pteranodon is annoyed when a new hooting family moves in next door! The new neighbors are a family of Lambeosaurus. Through a bit of compromising, the Pteranodon and Lambeousaurus families agree on terms they can both live with and become fast friends.Don's CollectionDon and new neighbor, Lily Lambeosaurus, stay at Pteranodon Terrace when the other kids take a day trip to the Big Pond. Don shows off his knowledge of the area to a very impressed Lilly as they search for more items for his collection. 
Feb 9
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Porridge Art 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.  
Feb 9
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 2 In this session Jerry shows how to begin intermediate details/highlighting on road and sand with special emphasis on placing grass in middle and on side of road to help settle down the road. Jerry shows how to use proper brush strokes to make the road look flat. 
Feb 9
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Thick of It Bigger is better for a quick knit or last-minute gift. Nicole Winer demonstrates how to knit a mega bulky hat and fiber artist Kait Brink chats about her meta-mega yarn project. Tanis Gray knits a fun, loopy fur stitch with chunky yarn that could become a home dec item or a doll. Becca Smith explains the magic of scale and shows how to knit with really huge needles and giant yarn. 
Feb 9
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.  
Feb 9
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.  
Feb 9
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 9
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Making Connections Roger meets landscape designer Tim Lee to see how the small stream in the backyard affects all other areas of the yard, including a stand of trees in front that can be removed after careful consideration by the Conservation Commission. Before the trees come down, Roger shows Kevin the valuable shade plants to be relocated to a new bed in the side yard to provide screening from the neighboring house. Tom and Kevin cut away a five-foot section of wall to connect the new kitchen to the old great room. Richard shows Kevin two common rough plumbing conditions in the kitchen: a main sink that has a traditional drain and vent configuration, and an island prep sink, which requires a bow vent in order to work properly. Kevin meets building inspector Fred Lonardo to learn how a GC can call for a "partial framing inspection" to keep the job moving. Arborist John Marquis shows Roger the proper preparation, safety precautions and procedures for doing a "take down" of the 12 trees in the front yard. 
Feb 9
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom travels to Cleveland to help a homeowner install interior window trim. Richard shares some first-time plumbing tips with Kevin. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner wire an above-ground pool safely. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 9
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America New England's Italy As the Italian immigrants settled the Northeastern coast of the United States, they did what they knew from their homeland. In many cases, this included fishing for the local catch. In this episode, Lidia makes Calamari Fra Diavolo over Linguine and she also prepares a Salt Cod, Potato & String Bean Salad. For dessert, there is nothing like a super simple and totally delicious "Zuppa Inglese." 
Feb 9
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Umbrian Cooking / La Cucina Umbra Mary Ann travels to the "Green Heart of Italy," Umbria, where she teaches her eager culinary students the fine (and tasty) art of Strangozzi Pasta Spoleto Style, Stuffed Guinea Fowl, Farro with Vegetables and for dessert, a fabulous, custard-like Umbrian treat, Crescionda. Viva Italia! 
Feb 9
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated From an Italian Bakery Man on the street Doc Willoughby visits Lakota Bakery in just outside of Boston, to learn all about Florentine lace cookies from a pro. Then, in the test kitchen, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Florentine Lace Cookies at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of coffee. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Almond Biscotti. 
Feb 9
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Colorado Chili and Slow-Cooker Baked Ziti COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Feb 9
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Feb 9
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Feb 9
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Feb 9
6:57 PM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 9
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The The Regimental Silver Merrick apologizes to Sarah Manners about his presence at the wedding and explains the connections between Mirat and Mayapore, where Daphne was attacked. The events of that night also trouble Lady Manners as she works to procure Hari's freedom from jail. 
Feb 9
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 5 Rose makes a handsome new acquaintance. Something is wrong with Thomas. Edith's link to Marigold draws attention. Bricker and Robert lose control. 
Feb 9
9:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 9
9:30 PM
On Story Philadelphia: A Look Back Ron Nyswaner recounts the social impact of his screenplay Philadelphia, a bold film released during a delicate time in history. Followed by Oliver Kember's Puzzled, about a young boy whose only chance at survival on the playground is to outsmart the other children. Short: Puzzled. 
Feb 9
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 9
10:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 9
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The The Regimental Silver Merrick apologizes to Sarah Manners about his presence at the wedding and explains the connections between Mirat and Mayapore, where Daphne was attacked. The events of that night also trouble Lady Manners as she works to procure Hari's freedom from jail. 
Feb 10
12:00 AM
Untamed Legacy: America's Wild Mustang The wild mustang: a living, breathing symbol of America's spirit...uninhibited, undaunted, free. The mustang is a true survivor, having outlasted most of its predators. As the range and resources shrink, the mustang's success could also be its demise. As the government searches for a solution, passionate people reach out to save these great animals...to save the wild mustangs...to save our untamed legacyThe documentary focuses on the wild mustang's survival and struggles as resources diminish. It is shot in parts of Tennessee, Alabama, Nevada and New Mexico. UNTAMED LEGACY: America's Wild Mustang chronicles a mustang named Charlie on his journey from the wild to his new home in Alabama, and all the people whose lives he touches along the way. 
Feb 10
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Making Connections Roger meets landscape designer Tim Lee to see how the small stream in the backyard affects all other areas of the yard, including a stand of trees in front that can be removed after careful consideration by the Conservation Commission. Before the trees come down, Roger shows Kevin the valuable shade plants to be relocated to a new bed in the side yard to provide screening from the neighboring house. Tom and Kevin cut away a five-foot section of wall to connect the new kitchen to the old great room. Richard shows Kevin two common rough plumbing conditions in the kitchen: a main sink that has a traditional drain and vent configuration, and an island prep sink, which requires a bow vent in order to work properly. Kevin meets building inspector Fred Lonardo to learn how a GC can call for a "partial framing inspection" to keep the job moving. Arborist John Marquis shows Roger the proper preparation, safety precautions and procedures for doing a "take down" of the 12 trees in the front yard. 
Feb 10
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Roger helps a homeowner remove overgrown shrubs from the front yard and replaces them with an edible landscape. Richard shares some tips on snaking drains, and Tom helps a homeowner replace some damaged pieces of vinyl siding. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 10
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America New England's Italy As the Italian immigrants settled the Northeastern coast of the United States, they did what they knew from their homeland. In many cases, this included fishing for the local catch. In this episode, Lidia makes Calamari Fra Diavolo over Linguine and she also prepares a Salt Cod, Potato & String Bean Salad. For dessert, there is nothing like a super simple and totally delicious "Zuppa Inglese." 
Feb 10
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Umbrian Cooking / La Cucina Umbra Mary Ann travels to the "Green Heart of Italy," Umbria, where she teaches her eager culinary students the fine (and tasty) art of Strangozzi Pasta Spoleto Style, Stuffed Guinea Fowl, Farro with Vegetables and for dessert, a fabulous, custard-like Umbrian treat, Crescionda. Viva Italia! 
Feb 10
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated From an Italian Bakery Man on the street Doc Willoughby visits Lakota Bakery in just outside of Boston, to learn all about Florentine lace cookies from a pro. Then, in the test kitchen, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Florentine Lace Cookies at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of coffee. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Almond Biscotti. 
Feb 10
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Colorado Chili and Slow-Cooker Baked Ziti COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Feb 10
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 2 In this session Jerry shows how to begin intermediate details/highlighting on road and sand with special emphasis on placing grass in middle and on side of road to help settle down the road. Jerry shows how to use proper brush strokes to make the road look flat. 
Feb 10
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Thick of It Bigger is better for a quick knit or last-minute gift. Nicole Winer demonstrates how to knit a mega bulky hat and fiber artist Kait Brink chats about her meta-mega yarn project. Tanis Gray knits a fun, loopy fur stitch with chunky yarn that could become a home dec item or a doll. Becca Smith explains the magic of scale and shows how to knit with really huge needles and giant yarn. 
Feb 10
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.  
Feb 10
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.  
Feb 10
5:57 AM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Feb 10
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 10
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Reaction Time Mary Ann shows how to use a ball to test your reaction time. 
Feb 10
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Amazing Creature Race Episode Description: A pop Creature Quiz challenge question, about what're the differences between a crocodile and an alligator, turns into a full-blown Crocogator contest to find out why these two very similar creatures are different at all. Science Concept: Species differences by behavior and habitat niche and ecological roles 
Feb 10
8:00 AM
Curious George The Inside Story/Little Fish, Littler Pond George doesn't feel so well. He's sneezing and can't taste Chef Pisghetti's sauce. He learns that he has a germ inside that's given him a cold. George wishes he could make the germ go away so he could feel better. Gnocchi curls up with George and they both go to sleep. In his dream, George wakes up inside himself, with Gnocchi at his side. They are facing that pesky germ - the bluesy, singing Toots and his Germettes, who have set up camp inside George. George wants them to leave, but they are having a wonderful time and never want to go! George and Gnocchi chase Toots through George's body (nose, stomach and lungs) in an effort to evict him. Will they succeed? And if so, how? / Oh no! George and Allie find that a dry spell has lowered the water level of Lake Wanasink Lake and one of their fish friends got trapped in a small pond away from it's family! What's a monkey and girl to do? Trying to put the fish in a pail to carry it over doesn't work. George decides to dig a canal between the lake and the little pond. This would work except that the small pond is downhill from the lake and fish can't swim up hill. With some help from Bill, George realizes his canal needs a lock. Even though this is big work for a little monkey, George is up to it! Once George figures out how to build it, will the fish use it and swim back to his family? 
Feb 10
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Show Me the Honey/Migration Vacation Show Me the Honey Sally and Nick have run out of honey! Luckily the Cat knows just where to go to get more. They visit Queen Priscilla Buzzoo who invites them to join in the bee dance to learn how to make honey.Educational Objective: Honey - how bees collect nectar to make honey and have a special dance to tell each other locations of the best flowers to collect nectar from.Migration VacationThe purple martin swallow that lives in Sally's backyard has gone missing! The Cat, with the help of a variety of forest creatures, help Nick and Sally track down the bird, and learn how and why birds migrate. Educational Objective: Migration - when cold winter temperatures cause a shortage of food, some birds fly great distances to warmer climates where food is more plentiful. 
Feb 10
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Clown Problem/The Ninja Problem The Clown Problem - The Circus. Peg and Cat help Mac achieve his dream of being a clown in the circus, by teaching him how funny it can be when things are exactly the wrong size. Primary Content: Adding 1Secondary Content: Size correspondenceThe Ninja Problem - Japan. Peg and Cat help their young Ninja-wannabe friend Aki find the fifteen missing cherry blossom trees by using Ninja skills and math skills.Primary Content: SubtractionSecondary Content: Counting to 15 
Feb 10
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Long Claws/Tank's Sleep Over Long ClawsBuddy, Tiny, Don and Mrs. Pteranodon head to the thicket to ask a Therizinosaurus family about their colossal claws. Mr. and Mrs. T strike a pose to demonstrate how they use their claws for self-defense, while their daughter, Teri, shows the kids her favorite practice spot.Tank's Sleep OverWhen Tank spends the night at Pteranodon Terrace, the last thing he wants to do is sleep. But as the night wears on, Don, Tiny and Shiny start to nod off, and Buddy tries to stay awake with Tank. Then Buddy realizes that Tank is worried about sleeping in a strange place, so Buddy and Mom help Tank feel at home so he can finally get to sleep. 
Feb 10
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.  
Feb 10
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Sunflowers Sunflowers 
Feb 10
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Pets We love our pets almost as much as our quilting. Pauline Salzman starts out with a postcard necklace featuring her favorite pooch. Then, Sue Bleiweiss has a pet postcard that can be personalized to your favorite breed. Last, host Pokey Bolton shares a charity project featuring pet postcards. 
Feb 10
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 10
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.  
Feb 10
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 10
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World The Weekend Farmer; Beyond the Garden-The Basics of Starting a Small Farm: Atlan 507: The Weekend Farmer; Beyond the Garden-The Basics of Starting a Small Farm: Atlanta, GAFor many, the longing for a more rural lifestyle comes calling sooner or later. Just a small plot of land out in the country for a weekend getaway we say; a few chickens, a garden and maybe a goat or two. Before you know it, you're farming. While experience is still the best teacher, we'll show you some of the most important considerations you need to know—before taking the plunge. 
Feb 10
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Growing Grapes Let's grow some grapes for munching or signature homemade wine! On tour, a Hill Country gardener captivates viewpoints from every angle where artwork frames food for family and wildlife. 
Feb 10
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Pork A classic of the American table--Pork Chops and Applesauce, is the starting point for three Julia and Jacques improvisations: aromatic Grilled, Stuffed Pork Chops with rosemary, served with a tomato, red onion and avocado salad; Loin of Pork with sautéed red cabbage and apples, and Pork Tenderloin Medallions with port wine and macerated prunes on a bed of orzo. 
Feb 10
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Markus Farbinger Viennese pastry treat, a poppy seed torte.Markus Farbinger bakes a warm poppyseed torte with poached apricots. 
Feb 10
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Yeast Dough Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll welcome Martha's expert tips and tricks for making a tasty and versatile yeast dough. Martha's recipe incorporates both butter and sour cream; in this episode, she uses it to make a variety of breakfast treats, from pecan sticky buns to pull-apart monkey bread that's as much fun to make as it is to eat. 
Feb 10
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals MOM'S DAY OFF #415: MOM'S DAY OFFFeeds Wed., 2/4/15 & Wed., 5/6/15Give Mom a break for a day with Sara's easy but elegant recipes, with step-by-step instructions even cooking novices (like Dad and the kids) can master in a snap. She's got a delicious Cheese Sandwich Soufflé and then Mini Meatloaves, cooked individually in muffin tins. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 10
6:57 PM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 10
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Winter Over generations, preservation techniques developed to help humans cope with the scarcity of the season. The adherence to seasonality at Magnus Nilsson's Fäviken means that these techniques are maintained and the restaurant can continue serving food throughout the barren months. This episode explores the ways that the Scandinavian people have survived winter through the practice of preservation and aging. 
Feb 10
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Spring After a long winter, the arrival of spring awakens the delicate flavors of young herbs. The sun remains perched in the sky until midnight, the temperature climbs and life returns to the once snow-covered landscape. This episode takes advantage of this brief window of time to explore the ingredients of spring in Sweden. 
Feb 10
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Austin ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Austin, Texas, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Wes Cowan at the Texas State Library and Archives to learn about fraudulent and authentic Texas Declaration of Independence documents. Highlights include a 1607 Galileo letter that was purchased by the owner's grandmother for $170 and is now appraised at $60,000 to $100,000; a jewelry collection of a diamond and sapphire ring, necklace and tassel, valued at $55,000 to $85,000; and a Chinese cloisonné panel that was said to be gifted to the owner's grandfather by the Emperor of China and holds an estimated auction value of $70,000 to $100,000. 
Feb 10
9:00 PM
Speakeasy  SPEAKEASY offers unique insights into the careers of some of the world's most iconic musicians. The six-part series, produced by the creative team behind Front and Center, provides an artist the opportunity to discuss their illustrious career with an interviewer of their choosing — a journalist, creative partner, musician or friend. A highlight from the first season includes jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis interviewing his older brother, saxophonist Bradford Marsalis. 
Feb 10
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 10
10:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 10
11:00 PM
Russia's Open Book: Writing in the Age of Putin This documentary tells the story of America and Europe's love of Russian literature and introduces audiences to a new generation of Russian writers. With readings by host Stephen Fry, this program features writers such as Dmitry Bykov, Mariam Petrosyan, Zakhar Prilepin, Anna Starobinets, Vladimir Sorokin and Lyudmila Ulitskaya. 
Feb 11
12:00 AM
Speakeasy  SPEAKEASY offers unique insights into the careers of some of the world's most iconic musicians. The six-part series, produced by the creative team behind Front and Center, provides an artist the opportunity to discuss their illustrious career with an interviewer of their choosing — a journalist, creative partner, musician or friend. A highlight from the first season includes jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis interviewing his older brother, saxophonist Bradford Marsalis. 
Feb 11
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World The Weekend Farmer; Beyond the Garden-The Basics of Starting a Small Farm: Atlan 507: The Weekend Farmer; Beyond the Garden-The Basics of Starting a Small Farm: Atlanta, GAFor many, the longing for a more rural lifestyle comes calling sooner or later. Just a small plot of land out in the country for a weekend getaway we say; a few chickens, a garden and maybe a goat or two. Before you know it, you're farming. While experience is still the best teacher, we'll show you some of the most important considerations you need to know—before taking the plunge. 
Feb 11
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Growing Grapes Let's grow some grapes for munching or signature homemade wine! On tour, a Hill Country gardener captivates viewpoints from every angle where artwork frames food for family and wildlife. 
Feb 11
2:00 AM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Pork A classic of the American table--Pork Chops and Applesauce, is the starting point for three Julia and Jacques improvisations: aromatic Grilled, Stuffed Pork Chops with rosemary, served with a tomato, red onion and avocado salad; Loin of Pork with sautéed red cabbage and apples, and Pork Tenderloin Medallions with port wine and macerated prunes on a bed of orzo. 
Feb 11
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia Markus Farbinger Viennese pastry treat, a poppy seed torte.Markus Farbinger bakes a warm poppyseed torte with poached apricots. 
Feb 11
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Yeast Dough Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll welcome Martha's expert tips and tricks for making a tasty and versatile yeast dough. Martha's recipe incorporates both butter and sour cream; in this episode, she uses it to make a variety of breakfast treats, from pecan sticky buns to pull-apart monkey bread that's as much fun to make as it is to eat. 
Feb 11
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals MOM'S DAY OFF #415: MOM'S DAY OFFFeeds Wed., 2/4/15 & Wed., 5/6/15Give Mom a break for a day with Sara's easy but elegant recipes, with step-by-step instructions even cooking novices (like Dad and the kids) can master in a snap. She's got a delicious Cheese Sandwich Soufflé and then Mini Meatloaves, cooked individually in muffin tins. 
Feb 11
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Sunflowers Sunflowers 
Feb 11
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Pets We love our pets almost as much as our quilting. Pauline Salzman starts out with a postcard necklace featuring her favorite pooch. Then, Sue Bleiweiss has a pet postcard that can be personalized to your favorite breed. Last, host Pokey Bolton shares a charity project featuring pet postcards. 
Feb 11
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 11
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.  
Feb 11
5:57 AM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 11
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 11
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Balance Improving balance through weight training, stretching and leg strengthening is the theme of this episode. 
Feb 11
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. 
Feb 11
8:00 AM
Curious George Guest Monkey/Charkie Goes to School George is almost as excited as Allie when it's her first day of school! It gets even better when she tells George he's invited to come with her tomorrow as a special guest monkey. Wearing his backpack and riding the school bus, George thinks he's got school down. He soon learns, though, that kindergarten has a lot of rules he isn't used to -- furniture isn't for climbing and you can't stand in the sand table. Oh, and oops, was that the plug of the water table he pulled out to investigate? As the teacher works on cleaning up her classroom, George (with the help of Allie and the other kids) works on building the teacher a castle she said she'd like. Will George be her knight in shining armor or will his efforts just create a bigger mess? / Charkie's building has a new rule - all dogs must have a good-behavior diploma from obedience school. But the day before the canine academy's final exam, Charkie still hasn't made it through the entire course! George steps in to help. He reconstructs the obstacle course on his building's rooftop and recruits the canine academy's top alumni, Hundley, to whip Charkie into shape. It doesn't work. Despite how hard they try, nothing keeps Charkie concentrated on the course. Then George notices that Charkie will do anything for a dog biscuit. Eureka! On the day of the exam, George leads Charkie through the course by tempting her with biscuits, but halfway through, the biscuits are gone! Can George figure out a way to get Charkie to cross the finish line amid all the distractions? 
Feb 11
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The I Love the Nightlife/Oh Give Me a Home! I Love the NightlifeNick wants to stay awake all night. Good thing the Cat needs help finding his most favorite hat that he lost in the forest of Wagamaroo! The Cat takes Nick and Sally on a nocturnal adventure, along the way meeting a variety of animals who stay up all night!Educational Objective: Nocturnal animals - some animals like the owl, bat and opossum, sleep during the day and hunt for food at night using specialized skills to help them.Oh Give Me a Home!Nick has a super duper special shell and Sally wants one too! The Cat in the Hat takes them to a beachside adventure where they meet Tucker, a hermit crab who is also looking for a new shell because he's grown too big for his. An under the sea fashion show gives both Tucker and Sally super duper special shells!Educational Objective: Hermit Crabs - how they eventually outgrow their adopted shells and must scramble, even compete to find a suitable new one. 
Feb 11
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The George Washington Problem/The High Noon Problem The George Washington Problem - Delaware River. Peg and Cat use a map to help George Washington and his team cross the Delaware River.Primary Content: Mapping / positionSecondary Content: Balance / number recognitionThe High Noon Problem - Wild West. Peg and Cat agree to face Bad Jack in a show down at high noon. But they have no idea when noon is! Primary Content: Associating activities with time of daySecondary Content: Making predictions 
Feb 11
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Buck-Tooth Bucky/Tiny's Tiny Friend Buck-Tooth BuckyDon finds a mystery tooth in Dad's old tooth collection, and the Pteranodon family goes on a fun investigation. They discover the tooth belongs to a dinosaur called Masiakasaurus, a creature with buck-teeth, The kids find out that their new buck-tooth friend has something unusual -- two different kinds of teeth in his mouth! Tiny's Tiny Friend Tiny gets upset when she finds a miniature mammal named Cindy Cimolestes has moved into her "Tiny Place," a hole in a tree near the family nest. Buddy ends up using his sharp eyes to help Cindy find a new home that more perfectly fits her small size 
Feb 11
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Lifting Snuffy 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.  
Feb 11
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Mood, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 11
11:30 AM
Sew It All Mad for Plaid, Amy Alan Learn all about plaid fabric, including tips for matching and balancing even and uneven plaids. 
Feb 11
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.  
Feb 11
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.  
Feb 11
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 11
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Roses have many uses in our landscape. Certainly, they are beautiful but they can provide functional uses as well. Join us as GardenSMART visits with an expert who fills us in on the old and new of roses. 
Feb 11
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Bathroom Storage SOlutions WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 11
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home In Mexico, it is just as common to start your day with a cup of steaming hot chocolate as it is with coffee. Little wonder, when the chocolate is made from freshly roasted cacao beans and seasoned with cinnamon and a touch of sugar. Rick takes us to world-renowned Mayordomo near the main market in Oaxaca and to Seasons of My Heart Cooking School to see the process from two perspectives. For the best cup of coffee ever, Rick takes a day trip to Finca Las Nieves Coffee Plantation where the owners are passionate in their pursuit. Set in almost a thousand acres of the Oaxacan cloud forest, we see organic altura coffee from the bean to the cup. In Chicago, Rick creates an Oaxacan-style tres leches cake with coffee and chocolate. Now we're wide awake. 
Feb 11
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1804 - Brooklyn Comfort Food Chef Joe travels to Brooklyn, New York to visit a 30 year old, classic Italian restaurant. Joe helps the head chef prepare a meal, and later gets to try a variety of entrees. In the test kitchen, Chef Joe creates a large Panini sandwich with another TV Celebrity Chef. 
Feb 11
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. 
Feb 11
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 11
6:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 11
7:00 PM
American Experience  The holder of 1,093 patents, Thomas Alva Edison was nearly synonymous with invention. Driven, intensely competitive and never more at home than he was at work, Edison would be remembered as the genius who created the modern world. 
Feb 11
9:00 PM
Scientists You Must Know This documentary celebrates three of this age's foremost scientists you've never heard of- Arnold O. Beckman, George Rosenkranz and Gordon Moore, pioneers whose seminal work makes possible some of modern life's fundamental tools. Tracing the paths of the Instrumentation Revolution, the founding of the integrated circuit and the formulation of the birth control pill, Scientists You Must Know presents stories of remarkable human endeavor, scientific achievement-and their founders' humility. 
Feb 11
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 11
10:57 PM
Head On TABOR refunds 4. TABOR refunds Krista: Economists predict that the state will have to refund $200 million to Coloradans under the Tax Payer Bill of Rights, TABOR. Democrat Speaker Hullinghorst says Coloradans would be better off if the General Assembly spent the money on infrastructure and education than if Coloradoans spent it themselves. Most Coloradans disagree. Susan: OK then. Let's drown government in a bathtub. Each of us can build our own roads, schools, universities and parks. We can home school our kids, maintain our own infrastructure. round up our own militia and bury our trash. And if a tornado demolishes your neighborhood- too bad.Krista: Our choices are higher taxes and spending or total anarchy? I don't think so. How about this: government should live within its means and ses priorities. It should determine what is best done the state level and leave the rest to local government and civil society. Government should respect taxpayers. Susan: 
Feb 11
11:00 PM
Scientists You Must Know This documentary celebrates three of this age's foremost scientists you've never heard of- Arnold O. Beckman, George Rosenkranz and Gordon Moore, pioneers whose seminal work makes possible some of modern life's fundamental tools. Tracing the paths of the Instrumentation Revolution, the founding of the integrated circuit and the formulation of the birth control pill, Scientists You Must Know presents stories of remarkable human endeavor, scientific achievement-and their founders' humility. 
Feb 12
12:00 AM
Road to Fame; The The Road to Fame tells a unique story of coming-of-age with Chinese characteristics. The film chronicles the staging of the American musical Fame -- China's first official collaboration with Broadway -- by the senior class of the country's top drama academy. During the eight-month process, five students compete for roles, struggle with pressure from family and authority, and prepare to graduate into a cut-throat and corrupt entertainment industry. Part of the Single-Child Generation, they were spoiled growing up, and are now obliged to carry on the failed dreams of their parents. They must confront complex social realities and their own anxieties, and, in the process of staging Fame, negotiate their own definitions of and paths to success in today's China. This film is directed by Hao Wu. 
Feb 12
1:00 AM
Wings for Maggie Ray WINGS FOR MAGGIE RAY pays tribute to the remarkable life and legacy of Margaret "Maggie" Ringenberg (1921-2008), a U.S. Army Air Force WASP (Women's Air Service Pilot) and renowned long-distance aviation racer. Re-enactments, archival photos and film, and insightful interviews from those closest to her shed light on Maggie's fearlessness, confidence, competitive nature, drive and determination. The program covers the Indiana native's numerous aviation adventures during and after World War II, including ferrying personnel and supplies, test-flying new planes, and serving as the lead pilot in around-the-world and London-to-Sydney races. 
Feb 12
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home In Mexico, it is just as common to start your day with a cup of steaming hot chocolate as it is with coffee. Little wonder, when the chocolate is made from freshly roasted cacao beans and seasoned with cinnamon and a touch of sugar. Rick takes us to world-renowned Mayordomo near the main market in Oaxaca and to Seasons of My Heart Cooking School to see the process from two perspectives. For the best cup of coffee ever, Rick takes a day trip to Finca Las Nieves Coffee Plantation where the owners are passionate in their pursuit. Set in almost a thousand acres of the Oaxacan cloud forest, we see organic altura coffee from the bean to the cup. In Chicago, Rick creates an Oaxacan-style tres leches cake with coffee and chocolate. Now we're wide awake. 
Feb 12
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1804 - Brooklyn Comfort Food Chef Joe travels to Brooklyn, New York to visit a 30 year old, classic Italian restaurant. Joe helps the head chef prepare a meal, and later gets to try a variety of entrees. In the test kitchen, Chef Joe creates a large Panini sandwich with another TV Celebrity Chef. 
Feb 12
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. 
Feb 12
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. 
Feb 12
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Mood, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 12
4:30 AM
Sew It All Mad for Plaid, Amy Alan Learn all about plaid fabric, including tips for matching and balancing even and uneven plaids. 
Feb 12
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.  
Feb 12
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.  
Feb 12
5:57 AM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 12
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 12
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit March Your Way to Fitness Mary Ann marches her way to fitness with fun routines and patriotic music. 
Feb 12
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Under Frozen Pond Episode Description: The Wild Kratts and Wild Kratts kids go on an underwater adventure to discover how pond animals survive in the winter. Science Concept: Survival strategies in winter. 
Feb 12
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. 
Feb 12
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Plan for Sand/Whale Music A Plan for SandNick and Sally are playing in their sandbox, but there's not enough room for them to build their castles. The Cat arrives to take them to the biggest sandbox they'll ever see! In the desert, they meet Carmela the Camel who teaches them about how camels are adapted to live in the dry, sandy climate.Educational Objective: Camels - how camels are perfectly adapted to life in a dry, sandy desert environment, by means of their humps, eyelashes and wide feet. Whale MusicNick and Sally have made a song to sing to their moms, but they can't get the ending quite right. The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet the best singing teacher in the world, Humphrey the Humpback Whale! While bobbing in the ocean, Humphrey teaches the kids that whales communicate by singing, and that it's not how you sing that matters, but what you're saying in the song. The kids return home to delight their mothers with their song!Educational Objective: Whales - whales communicate with one another by 'singing'. Also, they use their blow-holes to breathe, and can jump out of the water in a maneuver called 'breaching.' 
Feb 12
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 
Feb 12
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!/Hornucopia Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!Tiny is very worried after she loses Shiny's favorite shiny shell, and enlists Dad and Buddy to help find a new one. Tiny becomes more frantic and stomps around. Then the kids meet Daphne Daspletosaurus who shows the siblings how to make stomping a fun dance instead of an mad romp. HornucopiaAt the Big Pond, Tank introduces the Pteranodon family to his friend, Stacie Styracosaurus, a fellow Ceratopsian with a crown of elaborate horns on her head. Everyone attends Stacie's "Hornucopia" celebration, where she reveals her new big horns and then performs a moonlit shadow show with her Styracosaurus family. 
Feb 12
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Big Bird Loses His Nest Chris encourages Big Bird to speak up and express how he feels when Minnie Mynah takes his nest. They also help Minnie learn that sometimes there are different rules to follow, depending on where or who you are. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 12
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Feb 12
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Sew Big Quilt Blocks, Part 1 Make big quilts that are easy to piece, yet have great designer impact.Nancy and quilt designer Debbie Bowles use 18" blocks to make large quilts using ideas from Debbie's versatile BQ pattern designs. Basic cutting and assembly are combined with creative variations such as a T-shirt quilt, cut-up panels, combining 9" and 18" blocks with style, and more. 
Feb 12
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.  
Feb 12
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Rod Pyle - Innovation the NASA Way Rod Pyle was in charge of training at NASA's Johnson Space Center. His book, Innovation the NASA Way, is a guide to harnessing the power of success by following the ways of NASA. 
Feb 12
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 12
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Vancouver In Vancouver, Canada, gardener and author Andrea Bellamy shows how to create a worm composter, propagate herbs by taking cuttings and harvest flax seeds. Chef Chris Roper is cooking rye crusted sturgeon with lightly pickled beets, and smoked salmon salad with cucumber. Go out on crab boats with fishermen dedicated to keeping low-impact practices viable for small-scale harvesters, and visit a mobile truck farm owned by Judy Kenzie. 
Feb 12
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Festive Entertaining The holiday season is here and Allen is getting ready by preparing a few unique recipes for the big day. He also shows us how to create a very festive dinner table. 
Feb 12
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Pork There's no end to the number of impressive dishes you can make with pork. In this episode, Martha makes porchetta, highly seasoned roasted pork with soft, juicy meat and crisp, crackling skin. Next she demonstrates a centerpiece of her holiday table, glazed ham. Then she shows why fruit and pork have always been a harmonious combination as she makes pork and plums, using quick-cooking pork tenderloin. 
Feb 12
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. 
Feb 12
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Southern Norway: A Modest but Generous Spud" In the South inland region of Norway, host Andreas Viestad cooks with one of the most loved Norwegian ingredients — the potato. Then, Andreas catches and prepares crayfish, a sought-after delicacy in Norway. 
Feb 12
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Luzern for Fun and Profit For a while, Burt lived in the Swiss city of Lucerne. He describes it as "Home on the Range", but the range he had in mind is the Alpine Mountain Range of central Europe. The city sits at the end of a great lake surrounded by snow-covered mountains. It is one of the most beautiful settings in Europe with an amazing number of cultural attractions including the Rosengart Museum with its outstanding collection of works by Picasso. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 12
6:57 PM
Head On Keystone Pipeline Susan: The first showdown between the Republican-controlled Congress and the President is uh - working its way through the pipeline. The House and Senate okayed Keystone XL. Obama threatens to veto. Fossil fuel and climate change are real. Cheap oil is a Saudi head-fake. Let's get our head out of the tar . . . sand.Krista: The Keystone Pipeline has bipartisan support among the public. Thousands of miles of pipelines already crisscross the county. Pipeline transport safer than by rail. Nebraska's Supreme Court tossed out the last lawsuit and the State Department has signed off. President Obama should just sign the bill and move on.Susan: The definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, believing the outcome will be different. Our addiction to fossil fuels is deadly.. Gobal climate change is verifiable. Believing we can continue to fuel our lifestyles at the will of the Saudi's - and Koch brothers - defines insanity.Krista: Wind turbines kill a half million birds each year including endangered species. Nuclear energy produces no emissions but does produce radioactive waste. Sun panels and dams are limited in what they can produce. In other words, everything has a cost. Insanity is believing there's some miraculous cost free energy source. 
Feb 12
7:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 12
9:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 12
11:00 PM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

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

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



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

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Feb 13
1:00 AM
Dr. Wayne Dyer - Wishes Fulfilled Best-selling author and beloved teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer presents his Five Wishes Fulfilled Foundations: five steps to living from your "highest self" and thereby attracting your deepest desires. Using his trademark humor, combined with source material drawn from some of the most original American "New Thought" philosophers of the 20th century, Dr. Dyer outlines a program for mastering the tools necessary for living a profoundly extraordinary life. 
Feb 13
4:00 AM
Don't Worry, Retire Happy with Tom Hegna Are you afraid your money will disappear before you reach your sunset years? Are you worried about retirement? In this new public television special, DON'T WORRY , RETIRE HAPPY, financial expert Tom Hegna provides proven solutions to secure a happy and worry-free retirement. He explains the math and science behind planning a successful retirement. He also shares his seven steps to retirement security. These steps include creating a retirement plan, considering a hybrid retirement, securing lifetime guarantee income, maximizing social security benefits, growing a retirement nest egg, planning for non-covered medical costs, and using your home equity wisely. Over the years Hegna has helped thousands of Americans secure their golden years. His retirement solutions work regardless of the economic climate, the valuation of the stock markets or the current interest-rates environment. 
Feb 13
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Rod Pyle - Innovation the NASA Way Rod Pyle was in charge of training at NASA's Johnson Space Center. His book, Innovation the NASA Way, is a guide to harnessing the power of success by following the ways of NASA. 
Feb 13
5:57 AM
Head On Cuba 2. Cuba Susan: The biggest political surprise of 2014? Think 53. Thaw in the relationship between the US and Cuba, following 53-years in the freezer - AND, Cuba frees 53 political dissidents. Normalizing relations with Cuba will be good for the United States and for the people of Cuba.Krista: We'll see if normalizing relations will help Cuba. Existing trade with Europe, Canada, Mexico and South America has yet to awaken this poor, oppressive communist nation to the virtues of free markets and human rights. Increased US trade will benefit Cuban elites and US companies but not the ordinary Cuban. Susan: Countless families - with one foot in the U.S. and the other in Cuba will benefit from the improved relationships. As tourists flock to Cuba, their economy will improve, the arts will flourish and enhanced trade will benefit the people of Cuba. The Castro's hold is tenuous and shrinking.Krista: Let's your right and the change doesn't actually resuscitate the regime. Corrupt dictators and their cronies have a way of taking the lion's shares of benefits that come from aid or trade. Let's also hope that Castro pals Kim Jong Un and Vlad Putin don't see an opportunity for trouble. 
Feb 13
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Crane Poses Balance first on one leg, then on your hands in two poses that resemble this graceful white bird. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 13
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Pelvic Floor Muscles of pelvic floor are often ignored but this workout shows some easy movements to keep those important muscles strong. 
Feb 13
7:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 13
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Good Mom/Diamond Anniversary The Good Mom"Mom's" the word when Mrs. Pteranodon meets fellow mom Millie Maiasaura, who is a little too over-protective of her kids. The two moms compare mothering methods in a play date at the Big Pond.Diamond AnniversaryBuddy, Tiny, and Shiny explore a local cave with Dad to help him find a sparkling mineral to give to Mom as a wedding anniversary present. 
Feb 13
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 
Feb 13
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer El Galeón In historic St. Augustine harbor, Sarah goes aboard the Spanish ship El Galeón and talks with Capt. Menendez about his voyage to the new world. Roger paints the bow of the ship using oils on a large canvas in his studio. 
Feb 13
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3211 North Star Block Strip Piecing was never easier. 
Feb 13
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.  
Feb 13
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. 
Feb 13
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 13
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. 
Feb 13
2:30 PM
On Story Philadelphia: A Look Back Ron Nyswaner recounts the social impact of his screenplay Philadelphia, a bold film released during a delicate time in history. Followed by Oliver Kember's Puzzled, about a young boy whose only chance at survival on the playground is to outsmart the other children. Short: Puzzled. 
Feb 13
3:00 PM
Simply Ming On the Road in San Antonio with Chef Johnny Hernandez Ming travels "south of the border" when he visits the hacienda of Johnny Hernandez - one of San Antonio's most popular chefs - on this special episode of Simply Ming. Together Johnny and Ming shop at a local Latin market where they look for inspiration and fresh ingredients. Back home at Johnny's, Ming and Johnny chop, dice, and grill two fabulous Latin-inspired dishes. 
Feb 13
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. 
Feb 13
4:00 PM
JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH  JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH carries forward the success of Joanne Weir's previous series with 15 brand-new half-hours featuring the award-winning and internationally admired cooking teacher, author, restaurateur and television personality. Joanne Weir uses her vast culinary experience and relaxed, down-to-earth approach to help viewers create healthy meals while highlighting the unique and vibrant flavors of fresh ingredients. JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH follows Joanne as she forages at farms, ranches, farmers' markets, artisan butcher shops and local grocery stores to gather the best ingredients. Back in her home kitchen, Joanne teaches her students how to transform these ingredients into delicious, seasonal creations. Joanne's reflections and practical insights — often humorous, sometimes personal — inspire viewers to create and improvise meals from a wealth of fresh, market ingredients. 
Feb 13
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Company is Coming Host Laura Theodore prepares a delightful menu that is perfect to serve to guests. "Fancy Stuffed Peppers," is a delicious, lighter version of a classic recipe. "Velvety Carrot Soup," tastes rich and creamy without the use of any dairy products and "Sweet and Savory Kale" makes a crowd-pleasing side dish. "Chocolate Ganache Pudding" finishes the meal with a flourish. Here's an eco-chic meal to serve at any dinner party or festive family meal. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 13
6:57 PM
Head On Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO leg 3. Physician Assisted suicide bill in CO legKrista: Legislation for physician assisted suicide, euthanasia, should be opposed. Similar laws in Holland and Belgium for terminally ill, consenting patients have evolved to include involuntary killing of sick children and adults. Terminally or chronically ill patients, the disabled, the depressed and the suffering deserve compassion and care — not a poison pill.Susan: Physician-assisted suicide is humane and enlightened. The government has no business determining individual choice - whether it's an unwanted pregnancy or a decision to end his or her life. As to involuntary murder - give me a break Krista. You're listening to too much wing-nut radio.Krista: So the UK Telegraph, Current Oncology, and the United Nations are rightwing? The facts are in. First the unborn, then the dying, the old, the disabled. Let's see who else we can throw out of the lifeboat. That's what happens when human life is no longer precious. We are all vulnerable. 
Feb 13
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.  
Feb 13
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Judge's Choice Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Feb 13
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.  
Feb 13
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.  
Feb 13
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Steve Allen 11th Hour is a poignant series that features celebrated individuals, distinguished by rich achievement in their various chosen fields, who grapple with life's most difficult question: how they would like to be remembered after their deaths. 
Feb 13
9:30 PM
Well Read Colm Toibin, "Norah Webster" Irish author Colm Toibin is a prolific prize-winning author. His novel "The Master" won the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award (with a 100,000- pound purse), plus many American awards. He's a professor at Columbia University. 
Feb 13
10:00 PM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Feb 13
11:30 PM
Don't Worry, Retire Happy with Tom Hegna Are you afraid your money will disappear before you reach your sunset years? Are you worried about retirement? In this new public television special, DON'T WORRY , RETIRE HAPPY, financial expert Tom Hegna provides proven solutions to secure a happy and worry-free retirement. He explains the math and science behind planning a successful retirement. He also shares his seven steps to retirement security. These steps include creating a retirement plan, considering a hybrid retirement, securing lifetime guarantee income, maximizing social security benefits, growing a retirement nest egg, planning for non-covered medical costs, and using your home equity wisely. Over the years Hegna has helped thousands of Americans secure their golden years. His retirement solutions work regardless of the economic climate, the valuation of the stock markets or the current interest-rates environment. 
Feb 14
1:00 AM
Joe Bonamassa Live at the Beacon Internationally renowned guitar superstar Joe Bonamassa delivers a stunning performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York City in this new special taped exclusively for PBS. Featuring memorable duet performances with legendary classic rock singer Paul Rodgers (lead singer for Bad Company) and John Hiatt, recipient of Nashville's Music Lifetime Achievement Award for songwriting, Bonamassa's latest show features new songs and a guitar experience audiences are sure to remember. 
Feb 14
2:30 AM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Feb 14
4:00 AM
Skinny Gut Vibrant You with Brenda Watson More than 100 million Americans suffer from frequent digestive disorders and over 65% are overweight or obese. Now, New York Times bestselling author and digestive expert Brenda Watson, C.N.C., discusses the solution in her newest public television special, SKINNY GUT VIBRANT YOU. Viewers will discover the newest science showing that the gut bacteria is different between overweight and lean people. They will learn how balancing your gut bacteria - the most over-looked weight loss secret today - can change your profile to that of a lean person resulting in weight loss and vibrant health. Brenda reveals the relationship between obesity and past-use of antibiotics, a rather shocking recent discovery. Antibiotics destroy bacteria in the intestines, setting people up for an imbalance between good and bad bacteria resulting in persistent weight gain. She shares how this can be remedied. Brenda also goes into the benefits of preparing and eating fermented foods and explains the exciting results a person can realize from this popular current diet trend. 
Feb 14
5:30 AM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Feb 14
7:30 AM
Wheat Belly Total Health with William Davis, MD New York Times #1 bestselling author William Davis, MD debunks the 3 most widely-held myths about grains, and provides viewers with commonsense steps to regain health and lose weight in his groundbreaking new program, WHEAT BELLY TOTAL HEALTH. Using his signature combination of easy-to-understand science, history, nutrition and humor, Dr. Davis presents his startling conclusion that eliminating wheat and grains is the key to eliminating the symptoms and causes of many of our most common and chronic health issues — and can be the key to dramatic, effortless weight loss. Dr. Davis shares information and case studies which demonstrate how joint pain, skin rashes, heartburn, diabetes, obesity and even cardiovascular issues have been dramatically reversed by living a wheat- and grain-free lifestyle. He also reveals the truth about gluten-free foods - and why they are bad for your health! Best of all, Dr. Davis outlines simple steps to becoming wheat-free while eating delicious, healthy foods. 
Feb 14
9:00 AM
Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs 

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

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



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


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

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
     
  • ABOUT ROY M. SPEISER
    Vice President of Clean Water Revival, Inc., Dr. Roy M. Speiser has 30 plus years experience as a bacteriologist, biochemist, health care practitioner and water quality specialist. Dr. Speiser has published numerous scientific articles on environmental health issues. He has appeared on national radio and TV, and lectured at numerous health conferences.
 
Feb 14
11:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 14
1:30 PM
Train Your Dog Like a Pro Internationally-renowned dog behaviorist and best-selling author Don Sullivan hosts this special designed to provide struggling dog owners with the necessary tools and techniques to forge a lasting and loving relationship with their dog - all within minutes. 
Feb 14
2:30 PM
Don't Worry, Retire Happy with Tom Hegna Are you afraid your money will disappear before you reach your sunset years? Are you worried about retirement? In this new public television special, DON'T WORRY , RETIRE HAPPY, financial expert Tom Hegna provides proven solutions to secure a happy and worry-free retirement. He explains the math and science behind planning a successful retirement. He also shares his seven steps to retirement security. These steps include creating a retirement plan, considering a hybrid retirement, securing lifetime guarantee income, maximizing social security benefits, growing a retirement nest egg, planning for non-covered medical costs, and using your home equity wisely. Over the years Hegna has helped thousands of Americans secure their golden years. His retirement solutions work regardless of the economic climate, the valuation of the stock markets or the current interest-rates environment. 
Feb 14
4:00 PM
Celtic Woman: Emerald Celebrate the rich musical heritage of the Emerald Isles with Celtic Woman as they offer enchanting re-imagined versions of fan favorites from their treasure chest of Celtic songs. This family-friendly, one-of-a-kind interactive concert showcases the group's sparkling pure voices, bewitching choreography and fairytale charms along with a group of world-class musicians, an Aontas Choir, bagpipers and championship Irish dancers. 
Feb 14
6:00 PM
Celtic Woman: Emerald Celebrate the rich musical heritage of the Emerald Isles with Celtic Woman as they offer enchanting re-imagined versions of fan favorites from their treasure chest of Celtic songs. This family-friendly, one-of-a-kind interactive concert showcases the group's sparkling pure voices, bewitching choreography and fairytale charms along with a group of world-class musicians, an Aontas Choir, bagpipers and championship Irish dancers. 
Feb 14
8:00 PM
Get the Led Out – Live at Red Rocks Filmed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in September 2014, this special showcases Get the Led Out as they recreate the passion and fury of Led Zeppelin's timeless rock classics. Hailed as the foremost Led Zeppelin tribute band, Get the Led Out takes the crowd back to the '60s and '70s through their acclaimed note-for-note scrambling on the solos and fills, frenetic soloing, impeccable harmonies, pitch-perfect vocals complete with spot-on wailing, and state-of-the-art quadraphonic sound and lighting. From "Kashmir" to "Stairway to Heaven," and "Whole Lotta Love" to "Immigrant Song," Get the Led Out brings it all together to create a genuine reincarnation of Led Zeppelin playing live at Red Rocks. 
Feb 14
9:30 PM
Joe Bonamassa Live at the Beacon Internationally renowned guitar superstar Joe Bonamassa delivers a stunning performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York City in this new special taped exclusively for PBS. Featuring memorable duet performances with legendary classic rock singer Paul Rodgers (lead singer for Bad Company) and John Hiatt, recipient of Nashville's Music Lifetime Achievement Award for songwriting, Bonamassa's latest show features new songs and a guitar experience audiences are sure to remember. 
Feb 14
11:00 PM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Feb 15
1:00 AM
Celtic Woman: Emerald Celebrate the rich musical heritage of the Emerald Isles with Celtic Woman as they offer enchanting re-imagined versions of fan favorites from their treasure chest of Celtic songs. This family-friendly, one-of-a-kind interactive concert showcases the group's sparkling pure voices, bewitching choreography and fairytale charms along with a group of world-class musicians, an Aontas Choir, bagpipers and championship Irish dancers. 
Feb 15
3:00 AM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Feb 15
5:00 AM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

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

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



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

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Feb 15
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.  
Feb 15
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.  
Feb 15
8:00 AM
Don't Worry, Retire Happy with Tom Hegna Are you afraid your money will disappear before you reach your sunset years? Are you worried about retirement? In this new public television special, DON'T WORRY , RETIRE HAPPY, financial expert Tom Hegna provides proven solutions to secure a happy and worry-free retirement. He explains the math and science behind planning a successful retirement. He also shares his seven steps to retirement security. These steps include creating a retirement plan, considering a hybrid retirement, securing lifetime guarantee income, maximizing social security benefits, growing a retirement nest egg, planning for non-covered medical costs, and using your home equity wisely. Over the years Hegna has helped thousands of Americans secure their golden years. His retirement solutions work regardless of the economic climate, the valuation of the stock markets or the current interest-rates environment. 
Feb 15
9:30 AM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Feb 15
11:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 15
1:30 PM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

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

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



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

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Feb 15
3:30 PM
Dr. Wayne Dyer - Wishes Fulfilled Best-selling author and beloved teacher Dr. Wayne Dyer presents his Five Wishes Fulfilled Foundations: five steps to living from your "highest self" and thereby attracting your deepest desires. Using his trademark humor, combined with source material drawn from some of the most original American "New Thought" philosophers of the 20th century, Dr. Dyer outlines a program for mastering the tools necessary for living a profoundly extraordinary life. 
Feb 15
6:30 PM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Feb 15
8:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 15
10:00 PM
Train Your Dog Like a Pro Internationally-renowned dog behaviorist and best-selling author Don Sullivan hosts this special designed to provide struggling dog owners with the necessary tools and techniques to forge a lasting and loving relationship with their dog - all within minutes. 
Feb 15
11:00 PM
Train Your Dog Like a Pro Internationally-renowned dog behaviorist and best-selling author Don Sullivan hosts this special designed to provide struggling dog owners with the necessary tools and techniques to forge a lasting and loving relationship with their dog - all within minutes. 
Feb 16
12:00 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Feb 16
2:00 AM
Get the Led Out – Live at Red Rocks Filmed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in September 2014, this special showcases Get the Led Out as they recreate the passion and fury of Led Zeppelin's timeless rock classics. Hailed as the foremost Led Zeppelin tribute band, Get the Led Out takes the crowd back to the '60s and '70s through their acclaimed note-for-note scrambling on the solos and fills, frenetic soloing, impeccable harmonies, pitch-perfect vocals complete with spot-on wailing, and state-of-the-art quadraphonic sound and lighting. From "Kashmir" to "Stairway to Heaven," and "Whole Lotta Love" to "Immigrant Song," Get the Led Out brings it all together to create a genuine reincarnation of Led Zeppelin playing live at Red Rocks. 
Feb 16
3:30 AM
Celtic Woman: Emerald Celebrate the rich musical heritage of the Emerald Isles with Celtic Woman as they offer enchanting re-imagined versions of fan favorites from their treasure chest of Celtic songs. This family-friendly, one-of-a-kind interactive concert showcases the group's sparkling pure voices, bewitching choreography and fairytale charms along with a group of world-class musicians, an Aontas Choir, bagpipers and championship Irish dancers. 
Feb 16
5:30 AM
Autoline Autoline Executive of the Year There's an all-aluminum pickup truck in the running, a new pony car as well as a midsize pickup truck. Those are only three of the six finalists for this year's NACTOY car and truck of the year awards. Join founding member of the award John McElroy and two other jurors as they review the finalists and tell you who they think will walk away with Car & Truck of the Year. 
Feb 16
5:57 AM
Head On Free speech - Je suis Charlie 5. Free speech - Je suis CharlieSusan: The brutal massacre by Muslim extremists of 12 people at the Paris office of the satirical newspaper Charile Hebdo. The next day 6 hostages were murdered at a kosher market in Marais. Why disaffected, young Western men are attracted to violent fundamentalism is the question we must face. Krista The blood spilled in Paris was only the beginning. A bomb in Yemen killed 37 people and 2000 Nigerians were massacred by Boka Haram. Meanwhile the school where 130 Pakistani children were gunned down by Islamic extremists just reopened. We need not understand why jihadists murder, we must stop them. Susan: Oh yes, let's. Certainly the war on terror worked in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and is going swimmingly in Iran, Yemen - oh yeah - Syria. Ooops - maybe not so much. The answers to freelance terrorism are as complex and diverse as the perpetrators. Sending in the drones won't work.Krista: Krista: One of the answers is to call the atrocities what they are: Islamist terrorism. While the most Muslims are peaceful, a growing percentage kills in the name of their god. We need to be as serious about stopping them as they are about conquest, genocide, and subjugation under Sharia law. 
Feb 16
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lower Back Special (Part 1) Wai Lana shows you how to relieve lower back tension with gentle stretches for tight muscles. A chair makes ab strengthening easy in an essential back-care exercise. 
Feb 16
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 16
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 16
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.  
Feb 16
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Zig-Zagged Martin and Chris find themselves in a Zebra stampede, and when the dust clears, a lone baby Zebra is left behind. They must now return him to his Mom, with predators abounding along the way.Science Concepts: Camouflage 
Feb 16
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. 
Feb 16
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Dress Up Day/Bathtime Dress Up DayNick and Sally are playing dress up, but oh no! Sally's princess dress has torn, and mom doesn't have any silk thread to fix it. Cat takes them to his good friend Mindy, the silk caterpillar. Mindy shows them how she makes silk. Sally uses the silk thread to fix her swirly twirly princess dress!Educational Objective: Silk - how Calletta silk caterpillars make silk. Silk caterpillars transform into a silk moth, by eating leaves, spinning silk, making a cocoon and napping inside.BathtimeNick and Sally have been playing in the mud, and now they need to get clean! The Cat in the Hat knows some friends who have some very wonderful ways to bathe! In Bana Bana Savanah, they meet three different animals who all keep clean in very different ways. Even though it was fun to try bathing how the animals do, Sally and Nick decide that good old soap and water works best for them!Educational Objective: Animal Cleanliness - to show the different ways creatures clean themselves: Sparrows take dust baths. Lions lick their fur. Hippos use Oxpeckers to clean bugs off their hides. 
Feb 16
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 
Feb 16
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. 
Feb 16
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Waiting for the Present Rosita needs to learn how to control herself and wait to open her present from Elmo. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 16
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 3 At this point Jerry shows how to begin shaping the distant bushes/trees, then how to begin applying highlights on distant grasses; also applying first distant layers of Blue Bonnets as well as blocking in trunk of large Oak tree. Then mixing the proper color for the Oak tree leaves and under-painting them with #10 bristle brush using a "scumbling" technique for proper form. 
Feb 16
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Transitional Knits Knitwear is for every season. Designer Andi Smith teaches a bi-colored cable cowl for when it's too warm for a scarf. Knitted miniatures-maker Althea Crome creates the tiniest knits around. Transition to boot weather with Stephannie Tallent and the beautiful textures of Aran lace. Tanis Gray knits filigree cables lace and Vickie Howell shares a mesh stitch for a market bag. 
Feb 16
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.  
Feb 16
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.  
Feb 16
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 16
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Exterior Details Tom shows Kevin the new mudroom door and the work required to patch in new clapboards. Kevin meets electrician Allen Gallant and inspector Alix Berube to see what goes into a rough electrical inspection. At the back deck, Tom shows Kevin a hybrid railing system that has cedar posts and railing caps, with stainless steel cable "balusters." Kevin visits kitchen designer Donna Venegas to see the neutrals, textures and metallics that are currently trending in kitchens. Then, project designer Michele Kelly and homeowner Jeremy Kieval show Kevin the layout and design choices for the new family kitchen. Paint color expert Bonnie Krims gives Kevin and homeowner Jody Kieval a range of options for the exterior. 
Feb 16
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Roger helps a homeowner remove overgrown shrubs from the front yard and replaces them with an edible landscape. Richard shares some tips on snaking drains, and Tom helps a homeowner replace some damaged pieces of vinyl siding. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 16
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian American Sandwiches #2 Once again, Lidia looks at the history of some Italian American local sandwich beginnings, starting with Baltimore's Italian American Civic Club Sandwich, a Primanti Sandwich and a Prosciutto, Scallion and Egg Sandwich. She also makes a delicious Celery, Artichoke and Mortadella Salad to accompany the sandwiches. 
Feb 16
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Clams / Le Vongole Seafood Super Chef Jasper White brings enough freshly-caught clams to make two fantastic dishes, starting with Mary Ann's Spaghetti with Clams and ending with Jasper's unique and unforgettable, Clams Minestrone - yes, you heard right. Minestrone. One spoonful and you'll agree; fantastico!. 
Feb 16
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Salmon and Latkes Host Christopher Kimball goes into the kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make perfect Herb-Crusted Salmon. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews stovetop smokers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Crispy Potato Latkes at home. 
Feb 16
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Company's Coming Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for Crown Roast of Pork. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for measuring spoons. Next, host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's top food safety tips. And finally, Bridget shows Chris how to make Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus. 
Feb 16
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Feb 16
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Feb 16
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Feb 16
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. 
Feb 16
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Ordeal by Fire Sarah tells Susan about her husband, and they learn of great bravery from an unexpected quarter. Sarah embarks on a journey to bring comfort to a wounded man, and in Calcutta comes face to face with the war and its pain. 
Feb 16
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 6 An ancient spark flares in Violet's heart. While police deepen their probe, Bates tells Anna the truth. A long and painful mystery is solved. 
Feb 16
9:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 16
9:30 PM
On Story Deconstructing Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson's Academy Award® winning Dog Day Afternoon elevates the classic crime genre through its exploration of textured characters and rationale. Screenwriters Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Peter Craig (The Town) examine the story's masterful reveal of information and its surprising, but inevitable and honest conclusion. 
Feb 16
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 16
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. 
Feb 16
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Ordeal by Fire Sarah tells Susan about her husband, and they learn of great bravery from an unexpected quarter. Sarah embarks on a journey to bring comfort to a wounded man, and in Calcutta comes face to face with the war and its pain. 
Feb 17
12:00 AM
Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity A mainstay of "geek culture" for years, cosplay — a contraction of "Costume Play"— only recently emerged from the shadows of the sci-fi convention and into the mainstream. Cosplay involves participants dressing like characters from comic books, science fiction, video games, anime or other works of fiction. COSPLAY! CRAFTING A SECRET IDENTITY, produced by the team behind the Emmy-winning Four Days at Dragon*Con, ventures into the workshops and lives of people who elevate fantasy costuming to the professional level. The one-hour documentary examines both the pageantry on display at large conventions like Dragon Con, and also the art and skill involved in making these outlandish, complex costumes. Throughout, CNN.com's resident "geek expert" Ann Hoevel, cosplayer/journalist Meredith Placko and others act as guides through this fascinating subculture. 
Feb 17
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Exterior Details Tom shows Kevin the new mudroom door and the work required to patch in new clapboards. Kevin meets electrician Allen Gallant and inspector Alix Berube to see what goes into a rough electrical inspection. At the back deck, Tom shows Kevin a hybrid railing system that has cedar posts and railing caps, with stainless steel cable "balusters." Kevin visits kitchen designer Donna Venegas to see the neutrals, textures and metallics that are currently trending in kitchens. Then, project designer Michele Kelly and homeowner Jeremy Kieval show Kevin the layout and design choices for the new family kitchen. Paint color expert Bonnie Krims gives Kevin and homeowner Jody Kieval a range of options for the exterior. 
Feb 17
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Richard helps a homeowner install a whole house ductless heating and cooling system. Kevin shares some tips on hearing protection and Tom helps a homeowner repair a sagging plaster ceiling. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 17
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian American Sandwiches #2 Once again, Lidia looks at the history of some Italian American local sandwich beginnings, starting with Baltimore's Italian American Civic Club Sandwich, a Primanti Sandwich and a Prosciutto, Scallion and Egg Sandwich. She also makes a delicious Celery, Artichoke and Mortadella Salad to accompany the sandwiches. 
Feb 17
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Clams / Le Vongole Seafood Super Chef Jasper White brings enough freshly-caught clams to make two fantastic dishes, starting with Mary Ann's Spaghetti with Clams and ending with Jasper's unique and unforgettable, Clams Minestrone - yes, you heard right. Minestrone. One spoonful and you'll agree; fantastico!. 
Feb 17
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Salmon and Latkes Host Christopher Kimball goes into the kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make perfect Herb-Crusted Salmon. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews stovetop smokers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Crispy Potato Latkes at home. 
Feb 17
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Company's Coming Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for Crown Roast of Pork. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for measuring spoons. Next, host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's top food safety tips. And finally, Bridget shows Chris how to make Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus. 
Feb 17
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 3 At this point Jerry shows how to begin shaping the distant bushes/trees, then how to begin applying highlights on distant grasses; also applying first distant layers of Blue Bonnets as well as blocking in trunk of large Oak tree. Then mixing the proper color for the Oak tree leaves and under-painting them with #10 bristle brush using a "scumbling" technique for proper form. 
Feb 17
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Transitional Knits Knitwear is for every season. Designer Andi Smith teaches a bi-colored cable cowl for when it's too warm for a scarf. Knitted miniatures-maker Althea Crome creates the tiniest knits around. Transition to boot weather with Stephannie Tallent and the beautiful textures of Aran lace. Tanis Gray knits filigree cables lace and Vickie Howell shares a mesh stitch for a market bag. 
Feb 17
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.  
Feb 17
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.  
Feb 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. 
Feb 17
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Er Back Special (Part 2) Wai Lana focuses on strengthening the back muscles to prevent and relieve lower back pain. She'll show you how a strap can make sitting cross-legged easy. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 17
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Masked Bandits The Wild Kratts team starts to notice strange things happening in the Tortuga HQ. Jimmy is sure there is a ghost living with them, but they soon discover it's a raccoon family causing all the trouble.Science Concepts: Animals live around us every day. With our ever growing population some of them are forced to share living spaces with us. Humans actually provide protection from predators and/or food, which are some reasons smaller animals gravitate toward human homes. 
Feb 17
8:00 AM
Curious George Happy Valentine's Day, George!/Oh Deer George wants to make his friends the best Valentine's Day card ever, but even with four paws, it takes a long time to create homemade cards for everyone. With a little help from sponge shapes, red paint, and a waffle iron, George creates the first ever monkey Valentine's Printing Press! / When a hungry deer keeps nibbling on the flowers in George and Allie's garden, George uses all of his five senses to keep the deer out. But a scarecrow, loud noises, sticky tape, and stinky rotten eggs don't work, leaving George with one last sense -- taste! Will George's recipe keep the deer away or make them hungry for more? 
Feb 17
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Trees Company/Now You See Me Trees CompanySally and Nick are playing up in their treehouse when Nick's mom calls them for lunch. Nick wonders what it would be like to stay up in that tree all the time! The Cat in the Hat knows! Or at least he has friends that do. In Jimmer Jammer Jungle the kids learn how different animals spend their entire lives in trees. As neat as that is, there's one thing those trees don't have, and that's mom's home cooking!Educational Objective: Tree Dwelling Animals - discovering that many creatures, like the boa constrictor, squirrel monkey and the red eyed tree frog, live their whole lives in trees.Now You See MeNick and Sally are playing hide and go seek, but Sally keeps getting found! The Cat takes the kids to meet the best hider ever, his friend Gecko! Through a game of hide and go seek in the jungle, the kids learn how Gecko not only hides, but how he runs and climbs. Now Sally knows how to camouflage herself so she won't be so easily found!Educational Objective: Geckos - how some animals like the Satanic Leaf-Tail Gecko hide in the jungles of Madagascar. By climbing, running and the use of camouflage. 
Feb 17
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 
Feb 17
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Amazing Michelinoceras Brothers/Dads' Day Out The Amazing Michelinoceras BrothersThe Pteranodon family travels deep underwater on the Dinosaur Train to view two backwards-bounding brothers named Max and Mitch Michelinoceras. The kids are delighted to see that Max and Mitch put on a synchronized swimming show.Dads' Day OutBuddy, Tiny, and Mr. Pteranodon join Annie Tyrannosaurus and Leroy Lambeosaurus and their dads for a Dads' Day at the Big Pond. It's all fun and games until it starts to rain, and they all have to take cover in a cave they've never noticed before. 
Feb 17
10:00 AM
Sesame Street  This nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller celebrates the arts and delights Cookie Monster fans of all ages. A cookie art museum has just opened on Sesame Street. Surrounded by beautiful cookie paintings, such as "Girl with the Cookie Earring" and the "Muncha Lisa," Cookie Monster and his friends feel as though they're in a whole new world. But when art suddenly starts to disappear, Cookie Monster quickly becomes a suspect. Can he clear his name? Will they find the missing art in time or will Cookie Monster be banished from the museum forever? 
Feb 17
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Moonlit Forest Moonlit Forest 
Feb 17
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts On Display Every artist approaches their art quilting in a different way - whether it's the medium or the technique. What they have in common is the desire to share their quilts. Color and dyes is Judy Coates Perez's favorite medium. She demonstrates dye pouring techniques to create beautiful fabrics. Then, designer Pauline Salzman has an art quilt show and tell. Finally, Ana Buzzalino shares a technique for mounting an art quilt on pre stretched canvas. 
Feb 17
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 17
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.  
Feb 17
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 17
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL 508: Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL (encore episode from previous season)From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. 
Feb 17
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Grow Up with Vines Grow up with vines to screen, shade, and attract wildlife. On tour, a bountiful front yard captivates neighbors and wildlife, where in back serenity rules in part shade. 
Feb 17
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Creamy Deserts Julia dons safety goggles and takes up a blowtorch for this hot dessert show. Delectable Crème Caramel and Crème Brulée vie for attention with creamy Chocolate Pot de Crème and Profiteroles with Ice Cream and Mocha Anglaise. This show is deliciously and elegantly decadent. 
Feb 17
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid demonstrate two different kinds of naan, an Indian flatbread. Cookbook author Beatrice Ojakangas makes a Scandinavian flatbread called Swedish hardtack. 
Feb 17
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Biscuits and Scones Biscuits and scones are the perfect way to start the day; with Martha's recipes and tips, they're easy to make anytime. Learn how to make buttermilk biscuits, angel biscuits and cream scones. If it looks easy, that's because it is — the key is actually to work the dough as little as possible. 
Feb 17
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals SAVORY DINNER PIE #416: SAVORY DINNER PIEFeeds Wed., 2/11/15 & Wed. 5/13/15Dinner is in the pan with Sara's Dinner Pies: savory meat and vegetables enclosed in a hearty crust. We've got BLT Pie, a twist on the popular sandwich, plus use Sara's easy Pizza Dough recipe or store-bought dough for a belly-filling Broccoli Calzone. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 17
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. 
Feb 17
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Creation When Chef Nilsson develops a dish at Faviken, he pays careful attention to the unique properties of an ingredient. Through research and recipe testing, the components of a dish are combined with the aim of preserving their natural quintessence. "The Creation of a Dish" follows the life cycle of an ingredient as it transforms from is organic state into a dish at his restaurant. 
Feb 17
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The France As a young cook, Magnus Nilsson was living in France and looking for a job. He eventually convinced Paris chef Pascal Barbot of l'Astrance to give him a chance. Once there, Magnus was introduced to new techniques and flavors, but the most valuable lesson he learned was how to care for ingredients. This episode explores his time in France and visits with the people and places that had a profound impact on his cooking philosophy. 
Feb 17
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Austin ANTIQUES ROADSHOW stops in Austin, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Bruce M. Shackelford at a private collection to learn about antique Mexican saddles. Highlights include a scrapbook of World War II photos from the owner's grandfather-in-law who was one of the "Monuments Men"; an 1875 "Pictorial St. Louis" atlas including birds-eye maps of the entire city, drafted in a hot air balloon; and an inherited jade ring with case, made around 1930, whose impressive size and rich green color give it its value of $60,000 to $80,000. 
Feb 17
9:00 PM
Snapshot: a love story interrupted by invasion A true story of a daughter's journey through a landscape of years, memories and realities. Her journey initiated by the question "What do I know about war?" The answers are lying in an album of faded photos of her absent father, who left for Vietnam before she was born. She creates a world in which her father has a leading role. Snapshots from the album projected larger than life on a black wall bring the beautiful and ghostly characters to life. R&B tracks take us back to a high school dance floor in the 1960s in Appalachia where a White girl and Black boy kiss for the first time. The sound of a gunshot brings us back to the rice fields of Vietnam and a soldier's decision to kill or die. Carrying her past and the pain of her father's absence, a moment of dance positions her in the quest to find him.Her growing insights reveal how the forces of history, race and war affected herself and her family, and the torn fragments of her life begin to re-connect. SNAPSHOT honors her father and other Vietnam Veterans who have been lost under the avalanche of history. This play is a daring look at the truth of our past and an inspiring example of the need for us to reconcile our history --- one life at time. 
Feb 17
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 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. 
Feb 17
11:00 PM
Men Who Sailed Liberty Ships, The THE MEN WHO SAILED THE LIBERTY SHIPS pays belated homage to the U.S. Merchant Marines, civilians who volunteered for one of the most dangerous jobs of World War II: sailing cargo ships loaded with food, fuel and raw materials to the frontlines. Despite their valiant support of the Allied war effort, veteran merchant seamen waited 45 years before they received official recognition in the form of medals, disability benefits and federal cemetery plots. The documentary, filmed aboard the Jeremiah O'Brien — one of the last unaltered World War II-era Liberty Ships still afloat — intertwines stirring firsthand accounts of war at sea with personal photographs and archival film footage. 
Feb 18
12:00 AM
Forgotten Ellis Island Visit the abandoned immigrant hospital on Ellis Island. During the great wave of immigration, 22 medical buildings sprawled across two islands adjacent to Ellis Island, the largest port of entry to the United States. Massive and modern, the hospital was America's first line of defense against contagious, often virulent, disease. In the era before antibiotics, tens of thousands of immigrant patients were separated from family, detained in the hospital and healed from illness before becoming citizens. FORGOTTEN ELLIS ISLAND is a powerful reminder of the best — and worst — of America's dealings with its new citizens-to-be. Elliott Gould narrates. 
Feb 18
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL 508: Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL (encore episode from previous season)From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. 
Feb 18
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Grow Up with Vines Grow up with vines to screen, shade, and attract wildlife. On tour, a bountiful front yard captivates neighbors and wildlife, where in back serenity rules in part shade. 
Feb 18
2:00 AM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Creamy Deserts Julia dons safety goggles and takes up a blowtorch for this hot dessert show. Delectable Crème Caramel and Crème Brulée vie for attention with creamy Chocolate Pot de Crème and Profiteroles with Ice Cream and Mocha Anglaise. This show is deliciously and elegantly decadent. 
Feb 18
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid demonstrate two different kinds of naan, an Indian flatbread. Cookbook author Beatrice Ojakangas makes a Scandinavian flatbread called Swedish hardtack. 
Feb 18
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Biscuits and Scones Biscuits and scones are the perfect way to start the day; with Martha's recipes and tips, they're easy to make anytime. Learn how to make buttermilk biscuits, angel biscuits and cream scones. If it looks easy, that's because it is — the key is actually to work the dough as little as possible. 
Feb 18
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals SAVORY DINNER PIE #416: SAVORY DINNER PIEFeeds Wed., 2/11/15 & Wed. 5/13/15Dinner is in the pan with Sara's Dinner Pies: savory meat and vegetables enclosed in a hearty crust. We've got BLT Pie, a twist on the popular sandwich, plus use Sara's easy Pizza Dough recipe or store-bought dough for a belly-filling Broccoli Calzone. 
Feb 18
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Moonlit Forest Moonlit Forest 
Feb 18
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts On Display Every artist approaches their art quilting in a different way - whether it's the medium or the technique. What they have in common is the desire to share their quilts. Color and dyes is Judy Coates Perez's favorite medium. She demonstrates dye pouring techniques to create beautiful fabrics. Then, designer Pauline Salzman has an art quilt show and tell. Finally, Ana Buzzalino shares a technique for mounting an art quilt on pre stretched canvas. 
Feb 18
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 18
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.  
Feb 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. 
Feb 18
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Un-knot Your Neck Get rid of kinks and stubborn knots in your neck with exercises that release tension and prevent headaches. The flexibility you gain will prepare you for a few upside down poses. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 18
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Gecko Effect There's a mystery to be solved by the Wild Kratts team, as they try to uncover how a Gecko lizard climbs up smooth surfaces so easily. They use the solution to help them escape from a glass terrarium where they have been imprisoned by Zach Varmitech, so he can steal their miniaturizer.Science Concepts: Physics - Objects have electrical charges that attract one another. The gecko's toe pad structure enhances these charges so much that they can "stick to" smooth surfaces. 
Feb 18
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. 
Feb 18
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Rain Game/No SSSweater Is Better Rain GameSally wants to water the plants in her backyard, but it's hot and sunny outside. They need rain, and lots of it! Good thing the Cat in the Hat knows exactly where to go to get some: the rain forest! With the assistance of some toucans and the singing of howler monkeys, they explore each level of the rain forest, eventually reaching the top and the rain!Educational Objective: Rainforest - there are different layers of the rainforest and the tree canopy acts like a giant umbrella, preventing the rain from reaching the ground. We meet some of the creatures who live in the canopy: Toucans and Howler Monkeys (who howl when it rains.)No SSSweater is BetterNick's favorite sweater is too small and he doesn't want to change it. The Cat in the Hat has a friend with the exact same problem! He brings them to meet Slyde the snake who shows Nick and Sally how he sheds his skin when it gets too small for him.Educational Objective: Snake Skin - why snakes shed their skin. As a snake grows too big for its skin, it must shed it with the help of the environment around it. 
Feb 18
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem The Pirate Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat show a group of veryhungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly. Primary Content: Fair sharingSecondary Content: Adding within 4The Sleepover Problem - Peg's House. When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg's house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.Primary Content: Counting to 20Secondary Content: 4 + 1 = 5 
Feb 18
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! 
Feb 18
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Chaos at Hooper's Store Alan and Telly use math to figure out how to take care of The Old Lady Who Lives in a Shoe's 12 kids when she drops them off. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Feb 18
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 18
11:30 AM
Sew It All Darling Dress, Althea Harper Learn draping and fitting techniques for making a custom dress. 
Feb 18
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.  
Feb 18
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.  
Feb 18
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 18
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Springtime is quickly approaching and we're ready to get back into our yards and gardens. In this episode, we look at some great springtime plants and plants that will do well in shade. What's not to like. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Feb 18
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Recycled Hardwood Projects WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 18
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home The once unknown state of Oaxaca, Mexico's fifth largest, is now on the knowing traveler's hit list. Its capital is one of Mexico's most enjoyable colonial cities. By day, people relax at plaza-front sidewalk cafes beneath shady arches and take in the slow-motion scene, reflecting the best of old Mexico. By night, the same plaza becomes alive with entertainment, crafts, folkloric dances and food stalls. The city boasts a burgeoning restaurant scene, traditional markets and art galleries. The coast is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Rick takes the spirit of Oaxaca home and with a group of friends he creates a dinner sure to transport. We'll start with a mescal pineapple cocktail with his version of the crunchy chile-and-garlic-infused peanuts sold throughout Oaxaca's markets. The first course highlights indulgent shrimp and crab. Rick's main-course stars one of the famous seven Oaxacan moles - Manchamanteles - a simple red mole with fresh pineapple, pork and chicken. For dessert, a super simple avocado ice pays homage to Rick's favorite market stop. 
Feb 18
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1805 - Grandma's Jarred Sauce On this exciting episode of Taste This, Chef Joe visits a factory that makes and jars Marinara Sauce. He is guided through the sauce making process from start to the actual jarring of the sauce. Back in the test kitchen, another TV Celebrity Chef joins Chef Joe and they will demonstrate the sauce making process at home. This will be a step-by-step guide to jarring your own sauce! 
Feb 18
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. 
Feb 18
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. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 18
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. 
Feb 18
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE Putin's Way FRONTLINE investigates the accusations of criminality and corruption that have surrounded Vladimir Putin's reign in Russia. Tracing his career back over two decades, "Putin's Way" reveals how the accumulation of wealth and power has led to autocratic rule and the specter of a new Cold War. 
Feb 18
8:00 PM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 18
9:00 PM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 18
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 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. 
Feb 18
11:00 PM
Barefoot College Barefoot College, a new half hour documentary from Producer Bob Gliner (Schools That Change Communities, Lessons From the Real World, Democracy Left Behind), examines a unique community based education program in rural India. Yet, while seemingly far removed from the American experience, it offers telling lessons for how the current debate around educational reform might be focused and curriculum transformed in the United States. When we think about schools in the United States, we generally think of places separated from the larger community, places where students go to learn. Like government schools in India, much of what is taught often seems to have little relationship to the problems students face in their day to day lives. In contrast, at Barefoot College, located in the Indian State of Rajasthan, education takes place off campus, in nearby impoverished villages, among all age groups, with a unique interdisciplinary curriculum intimately encompassing rural village life and the issues villagers must grapple with. Filled with stunning visuals, poignant and insightful interviews, this cross cultural documentary offers powerful insights not only in terms of addressing world poverty, but changing possible education outcomes here at home. 
Feb 18
11:30 PM
Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable View this touching and intimate profile of renowned realist painter Mel Leipzig, written and directed by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. In his late 70s, Leipzig continues to paint at a furious pace. For decades, he primarily painted family and friends, but after losing his wife five years ago, he embarked on a series of paintings of religious leaders. Portraits of famous artists and architects, painted in their own environments, followed. Leipzig's two children, Joshua and Francesca, sculptor Jonathan Shahn, architect Michael Graves, art critic Gerard Haggerty and Rabbi Daniel Grossman are interviewed. 
Feb 19
12:00 AM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 19
1:00 AM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 19
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home The once unknown state of Oaxaca, Mexico's fifth largest, is now on the knowing traveler's hit list. Its capital is one of Mexico's most enjoyable colonial cities. By day, people relax at plaza-front sidewalk cafes beneath shady arches and take in the slow-motion scene, reflecting the best of old Mexico. By night, the same plaza becomes alive with entertainment, crafts, folkloric dances and food stalls. The city boasts a burgeoning restaurant scene, traditional markets and art galleries. The coast is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Rick takes the spirit of Oaxaca home and with a group of friends he creates a dinner sure to transport. We'll start with a mescal pineapple cocktail with his version of the crunchy chile-and-garlic-infused peanuts sold throughout Oaxaca's markets. The first course highlights indulgent shrimp and crab. Rick's main-course stars one of the famous seven Oaxacan moles - Manchamanteles - a simple red mole with fresh pineapple, pork and chicken. For dessert, a super simple avocado ice pays homage to Rick's favorite market stop. 
Feb 19
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1805 - Grandma's Jarred Sauce On this exciting episode of Taste This, Chef Joe visits a factory that makes and jars Marinara Sauce. He is guided through the sauce making process from start to the actual jarring of the sauce. Back in the test kitchen, another TV Celebrity Chef joins Chef Joe and they will demonstrate the sauce making process at home. This will be a step-by-step guide to jarring your own sauce! 
Feb 19
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. 
Feb 19
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. 
Feb 19
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 19
4:30 AM
Sew It All Darling Dress, Althea Harper Learn draping and fitting techniques for making a custom dress. 
Feb 19
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.  
Feb 19
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.  
Feb 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. 
Feb 19
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lean On It! (Part 1) Make friends with your wall, letting it support you in a variety of yoga poses. A wall makes it fun and easy to balance, twist, and stretch. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 19
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Little Howler Chris and Martin are unpacking their bags from an adventure and are surprised to pull out a Wolf pup. They have no idea where it came from and must retrace their steps in order to return him to his pack.Science Concepts: Communication and animal society. Wolves are a very social animal with a pack structure and visual and audio communication amongst individual members. 
Feb 19
8:00 AM
Curious George Happy Valentine's Day, George!/Oh Deer George wants to make his friends the best Valentine's Day card ever, but even with four paws, it takes a long time to create homemade cards for everyone. With a little help from sponge shapes, red paint, and a waffle iron, George creates the first ever monkey Valentine's Printing Press! / When a hungry deer keeps nibbling on the flowers in George and Allie's garden, George uses all of his five senses to keep the deer out. But a scarecrow, loud noises, sticky tape, and stinky rotten eggs don't work, leaving George with one last sense -- taste! Will George's recipe keep the deer away or make them hungry for more? 
Feb 19
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Tale About Tails/Sticky Situation A Tale About TailsNick and Sally are playing "Tape the Tail on the Donkey" when they wish they had tails of their own! Well it just so happens that the Cat knows a lot about tails! He brings them to the Jungle of Wagga-Tag-Tail where they meet a number of animals with very different tails. When Nick and Sally get to test out all of these tails for themselves, they learn that different tails can do different things!Educational Objective: Animal Tails - how animals like the white capushin monkey, quetzal and rattlesnake use their tails for different things including grasping, attraction, and communication.Sticky SituationSally and Nick are playing the drums on overturned buckets when Nick breaks his drumstick! Luckily, the Cat knows someone who is a stick expert, his friend Betty Beaver! She finds Nick the perfect drumstick, but when her dam springs a leak, Nick, Sally and the Cat help her fix it, using Nick's new stick. He doesn't have a stick anymore, but Nick learns an even better way to drum: using a home-made beaver tail!Educational Objective: Beaver Dams - how and why North American Beavers build their dams. They use sticks and mud to build a dam that stops the flow of water to create a large, safe swimming pool to hunt in. 
Feb 19
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 
Feb 19
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. 
Feb 19
10:00 AM
Sesame Street  This nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller celebrates the arts and delights Cookie Monster fans of all ages. A cookie art museum has just opened on Sesame Street. Surrounded by beautiful cookie paintings, such as "Girl with the Cookie Earring" and the "Muncha Lisa," Cookie Monster and his friends feel as though they're in a whole new world. But when art suddenly starts to disappear, Cookie Monster quickly becomes a suspect. Can he clear his name? Will they find the missing art in time or will Cookie Monster be banished from the museum forever? 
Feb 19
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Feb 19
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Sew Big Quilt Blocks, Part 2 Use large prints to make spectacular contemporary quilts.Quilt designer Debbie Bowles joins Nancy to make magnificent quilt blocks with large print fabric squares plus angled side blocks. Fussy-cutting, one-way design, and large print block know-how are among the techniques used, in addition to ideas from Debbie's BQ3 pattern designs. 
Feb 19
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.  
Feb 19
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 
Feb 19
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 19
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The New England Visit magnificent farms of New England. The first stop is Winter Hill Farm in Maine, where Sarah and Steve (with their two young children in tow) manage a herd of rare Randall cattle and operate a small farmstead creamery producing raw milk, yogurt and artisanal cheeses. Next visit Michelle and Dana of Bantam Cider, and the apple orchards of Tower Hill Botanical Gardens, to see how hard cider is made in Boston. Then head to Green City Growers, where owner Jessie Banhazl shows how to make a cold frame from the ground up, and finally to the home of Chef Johnson who cooks up two delicious apple-inspired dishes. 
Feb 19
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Celebrating New Beginnings Allen shows viewers it's never too late to eat healthy and delicious with homegrown food. He'll show us how to start tomato plants early, share tips on growing sweet peas and prepare delicious and healthy recipes. For dessert, Allen makes super soy cookies! 
Feb 19
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Potatoes In this episode, Martha offers a primer on this favorite starch. She begins with scalloped potatoes, also known as potatoes gratin: thinly sliced potatoes cooked in milk and baked in a cream mixture with cheese. Next comes a recipe that's become synonymous with American food: potato salad. Then, in case your go-to mashed potato recipe needs an upgrade, Martha shows a few tricks to achieve the perfect puréed potatoes. Finally she shows how, in just a few easy steps, anyone can make smashed potatoes — crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside. 
Feb 19
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!!! 
Feb 19
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Northern Norway: Ice Cold Bounty" In this episode, host Andreas Viestad explores the rugged coastline of Vesterålen in Northern Norway, where he later prepares cod and Arctic char fresh from the North Sea. 
Feb 19
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Cruising the Adriatic Sea Burt sails the ancient route of the Venetian traders - Venice to Bari, and across the Adriatic Sea to Montenegro. At which point he enters the Mediterranean and cruises to Turkey, Malta and Sicily, visiting the most ancient towns and explaining, in his slightly irreverent way, the local history. He also takes you on a tour of one of the largest and newest cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 19
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. 
Feb 19
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan's last stop is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate beach destination. 
Feb 19
8:00 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 
Feb 19
9:00 PM
Road to Fame; The The Road to Fame tells a unique story of coming-of-age with Chinese characteristics. The film chronicles the staging of the American musical Fame -- China's first official collaboration with Broadway -- by the senior class of the country's top drama academy. During the eight-month process, five students compete for roles, struggle with pressure from family and authority, and prepare to graduate into a cut-throat and corrupt entertainment industry. Part of the Single-Child Generation, they were spoiled growing up, and are now obliged to carry on the failed dreams of their parents. They must confront complex social realities and their own anxieties, and, in the process of staging Fame, negotiate their own definitions of and paths to success in today's China. This film is directed by Hao Wu. 
Feb 19
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 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. 
Feb 19
11:00 PM
The Northern Railway:A Journey Across The Arctic Circle If you had just one day to spend in one of the world's most beautiful countries, and you wanted to see it in all its stunning variety - field, farm, forest, fjord, mountain and the sea - how would you do it? You'd take Norway's Northern Railway, on a day's journey from Trondheim, across the Arctic Circle, to Bod on the Atlantic. 
Feb 20
12:00 AM
Performing Possibilities Women are the fastest growing segment of the incarcerated population in the United States. Katherine Craft, seeing a great need for gender-specific programs for incarcerated women, founded Conspire Theatre in 2009 and has been run by Craft and coconspirator Michelle Dahlenburg since 2011. Through the use of theatre, Conspire seeks to provide women prisoners a revolutionary and creative approach to healing from trauma, increasing self-esteem, becoming better parents, and improving literacy. With a deep, abiding belief in redemption, empowerment, and connection through art, the Conspire team is undergoing their most ambitious project yet. No longer satisfied with keeping their organization's work in the shadows of the penitentiary, they is taking the performances out into the public. 
Feb 20
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The New England Visit magnificent farms of New England. The first stop is Winter Hill Farm in Maine, where Sarah and Steve (with their two young children in tow) manage a herd of rare Randall cattle and operate a small farmstead creamery producing raw milk, yogurt and artisanal cheeses. Next visit Michelle and Dana of Bantam Cider, and the apple orchards of Tower Hill Botanical Gardens, to see how hard cider is made in Boston. Then head to Green City Growers, where owner Jessie Banhazl shows how to make a cold frame from the ground up, and finally to the home of Chef Johnson who cooks up two delicious apple-inspired dishes. 
Feb 20
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Celebrating New Beginnings Allen shows viewers it's never too late to eat healthy and delicious with homegrown food. He'll show us how to start tomato plants early, share tips on growing sweet peas and prepare delicious and healthy recipes. For dessert, Allen makes super soy cookies! 
Feb 20
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Potatoes In this episode, Martha offers a primer on this favorite starch. She begins with scalloped potatoes, also known as potatoes gratin: thinly sliced potatoes cooked in milk and baked in a cream mixture with cheese. Next comes a recipe that's become synonymous with American food: potato salad. Then, in case your go-to mashed potato recipe needs an upgrade, Martha shows a few tricks to achieve the perfect puréed potatoes. Finally she shows how, in just a few easy steps, anyone can make smashed potatoes — crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside. 
Feb 20
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!!! 
Feb 20
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Northern Norway: Ice Cold Bounty" In this episode, host Andreas Viestad explores the rugged coastline of Vesterålen in Northern Norway, where he later prepares cod and Arctic char fresh from the North Sea. 
Feb 20
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Cruising the Adriatic Sea Burt sails the ancient route of the Venetian traders - Venice to Bari, and across the Adriatic Sea to Montenegro. At which point he enters the Mediterranean and cruises to Turkey, Malta and Sicily, visiting the most ancient towns and explaining, in his slightly irreverent way, the local history. He also takes you on a tour of one of the largest and newest cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean. 
Feb 20
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Feb 20
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Sew Big Quilt Blocks, Part 2 Use large prints to make spectacular contemporary quilts.Quilt designer Debbie Bowles joins Nancy to make magnificent quilt blocks with large print fabric squares plus angled side blocks. Fussy-cutting, one-way design, and large print block know-how are among the techniques used, in addition to ideas from Debbie's BQ3 pattern designs. 
Feb 20
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.  
Feb 20
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 
Feb 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. 
Feb 20
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lean On It! (Part 2) Standing, lying, or upside down, a wall makes challenging poses easy. The wall helps you build strength as you prepare for Handstand, Headstand, and Scorpion. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 20
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.  
Feb 20
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 
Feb 20
8:00 AM
Curious George Mother's Day Surprise/Jungle Gym It's Mother's Day and Marco wants to surprise his mami with a party! George is excited to help Marco make a piñata and other festive decorations while Cecilia and the Man with the Yellow Hat prepare some of Maritza's favorite food. But when they see her arriving early, will the crew be able to pull it together in time to make this one mother's day she'll never forget? Educational Objective: To understand the design process is a creative process that requires planning and problem solving.George, Allie, and Bill really flip for flips when they join a gymnastics class and then flip-out when they realize the class is only once a week! But George has an idea-build their own backyard gym so they can practice every day. Will an inventive monkey, a determined little girl, and a can-do boy be able to carry it off and impress their teacher at the next class? Educational Objective: To apply the design process through building and investigating how something is made and improved. To reinforce the idea of exercise as important to a healthy lifestyle. To be introduced to some specific gymnastics exercises and related safety rules. To use ordinary materials creatively and in new contexts in order to generate solutions to problems. 
Feb 20
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Night Lights/Go Snails Go! Night LightsNick and Sally are making shadow puppets with the Cat in the Hat, but the batteries in the flashlight have gone out! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to visit the fireflies that live in the backyard. There they learn that the fireflies communicate by flashing their lights. And when the fireflies provide the light the kids need, the shadow puppet show can continue!Educational Objective: Fireflies - fireflies have natural 'lights' in their bodies, which they flash on and off to locate each other at night.Go Snails Go!Nick, Sally and the Cat have been invited along on a snail expedition! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to meet up with Lewis and Clark, the two snails leading the way! As they travel through the forest of Slippity-Goo, having fun sliding in their own shells, the kids learn about all the different ways snails use their shells.Educational Objective: Snail Shells - snails use their shells for protection; against predators and the elements. We meet snails and learn all about their shells and their other special and unique characteristics. 
Feb 20
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 
Feb 20
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Air, Water and Land/Desert Day and Night CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: AIR, WATER & LANDAt the 'Classic in the Jurassic,' today's "Air, Water and Land" contest is a three-part competition pitting teams consisting of a pterosaur and a crocodile from each Time Period against one another. The competition's three "legs" are flying, swimming and a lap around a track. Team Cretaceous pulls ahead until the wild card of the race is revealed: Team Triassic's croc Effie Effegia who shocks the crowd when she sprints on two legs and wins the race!Educational Objective: Effigia was a 6-foot-long close relative of modern crocodiles living in the Late Triassic. It had a beak but no teeth, thus its diet has been questioned. Unlike later crocodiles, effigia , much like ornithomimids, moved on its hind legs and was likely a fast runner. DESERT DAY & NIGHTThe Pteranodon kids think that the desert must be hot all the time, but learn from Mr. Pteranodon that there might be more variety in the desert then they imagined. Upon disembarking from the Dinosaur Train, the Pteranodon kids quickly learn that their assumption that desert life was hot all the time and relatively uninhabited was incorrect. They find the desert hopping and crawling with life, as creatures emerge all over, mostly underground, where they hide from the blazing sun. Nighttime in the desert is very cold and a different world than daytime!Educational Objective: Deserts receive low amounts of rain and tend to be home to many animals and plants with special features allowing them to thrive in such conditions. Deserts tend to be hot during the day and cold at night. Most desert animals are nocturnal, because it is easier to move around when it is not so hot. 
Feb 20
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Bert's Sign Painting Challenge Chris helps Bert calm down as he struggles with letters that look similar while trying to pass Vincent Van Stop's sign painting test. Educational objective: Literacy/Self-Regulation 
Feb 20
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Shore Bird Murals Sarah visits a Florida bird habitat and learns about the roseate spoonbill and other shore birds. Roger works on a two dozen 4' by 8' bird murals with large brushes and exterior grade sign paint for these outdoor paintings. 
Feb 20
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3212 Harvest Star Wallhanging Make from diamonds and "Y" seams this Star is Radiant. 
Feb 20
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. 
Feb 20
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. 
Feb 20
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 20
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Man Up Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Feb 20
2:30 PM
On Story Deconstructing Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson's Academy Award® winning Dog Day Afternoon elevates the classic crime genre through its exploration of textured characters and rationale. Screenwriters Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Peter Craig (The Town) examine the story's masterful reveal of information and its surprising, but inevitable and honest conclusion. 
Feb 20
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Poaching with Guest Jasper White This week on Simply Ming it's all about Poaching - a technique that is often forgotten in today's kitchens. To help bring poaching back into favor, Ming teams up with friend and celebrated chef, Jasper White. Together they demonstrate how poaching preserves moisture and texture while adding flavor and no fat. Ming and Jasper also serve up two tasty dishes: Striped Bass Poached in Saffron Broth with Fennel and Potatoes and a Salad Lyonaise with Red Wine Poached Eggs. 
Feb 20
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. 
Feb 20
4:00 PM
JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH  JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH carries forward the success of Joanne Weir's previous series with 15 brand-new half-hours featuring the award-winning and internationally admired cooking teacher, author, restaurateur and television personality. Joanne Weir uses her vast culinary experience and relaxed, down-to-earth approach to help viewers create healthy meals while highlighting the unique and vibrant flavors of fresh ingredients. JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH follows Joanne as she forages at farms, ranches, farmers' markets, artisan butcher shops and local grocery stores to gather the best ingredients. Back in her home kitchen, Joanne teaches her students how to transform these ingredients into delicious, seasonal creations. Joanne's reflections and practical insights — often humorous, sometimes personal — inspire viewers to create and improvise meals from a wealth of fresh, market ingredients. 
Feb 20
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The 30-minute Vegetarian Host Laura Theodore prepares a quick, "good-for-you meal," in under 30-minutes. The menu features tangy "Pasta with Broccoli and Sun Dried Tomatoes," "Warm Bakery Bread with Herbed Dipping Oil," and "Avocado Cashew Salad." Laura even includes a refreshing dessert; "Frozen Banana Creamy with Cocoa Dust." When healthy is on your mind but you are rushed for time, today's menu offers an ideal solution. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 20
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. 
Feb 20
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.  
Feb 20
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Trouble Puppet Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Feb 20
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.  
Feb 20
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.  
Feb 20
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Armisted Maupin 11th Hour is a poignant series that features celebrated individuals, distinguished by rich achievement in their various chosen fields, who grapple with life's most difficult question: how they would like to be remembered after their deaths. 
Feb 20
9:30 PM
Well Read Jane Smiley, "Some Luck" A prize-winning American novelist, essayist and nonfiction writer, Smiley won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel "A Thousand Acres," a retelling of Shakespeare's King Lear story on an Iowa farm 
Feb 20
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 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. 
Feb 20
11:00 PM
To Catch A Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America TO CATCH A DOLLAR: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America follows Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Yunus as he brings his unique and revolutionary microfinance program to the U.S. Witness the birth of Grameen America and the compelling stories of the first women borrowers; from the challenges they face to the successes they achieve. These inspiring entrepreneurs learn to rise from poverty by starting and growing their own sustainable businesses with the education, peer-support, and non-collateral microloans they receive. This film has been screened at film festivals all over the world. 
Feb 21
12:00 AM
LOOKING OVER JORDAN: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE WAR The Civil War began as a means of preserving the Union. However, to nearly four million African Americans, it held a much more personal promise. As Northern armies swept south, self-emancipated slaves sought refuge behind Union lines. Determined to claim basic human rights, these former slaves-turned-soldiers fought valiantly for the Union - and many sacrificed their lives for the cause. LOOKING OVER JORDAN: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE WAR chronicles the black experience in the South before, during and after the war. The informative documentary features interviews with Civil War scholars, historical re-enactments, and primary readings from abolitionist Frederick Douglass, U.S. Secretary of State William Seward, Louis B. Hughes' autobiography Thirty Years a Slave, and the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Among many topics, the documentary covers the marked rise of slavery between 1790 and 1860, the role of religion and music in the slave narrative, the influx of freed black slaves into the Union army, heroics at the Battle of Nashville in December 1864, both Confiscation Acts, and the creation of the Bureau of Freedman, Refugees and Abandoned Land to aid freed slaves in the early Reconstruction era. 
Feb 21
12:30 AM
Arts in Context Trouble Puppet Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Feb 21
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan's last stop is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate beach destination. 
Feb 21
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Poaching with Guest Jasper White This week on Simply Ming it's all about Poaching - a technique that is often forgotten in today's kitchens. To help bring poaching back into favor, Ming teams up with friend and celebrated chef, Jasper White. Together they demonstrate how poaching preserves moisture and texture while adding flavor and no fat. Ming and Jasper also serve up two tasty dishes: Striped Bass Poached in Saffron Broth with Fennel and Potatoes and a Salad Lyonaise with Red Wine Poached Eggs. 
Feb 21
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. 
Feb 21
3:00 AM
JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH  JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH carries forward the success of Joanne Weir's previous series with 15 brand-new half-hours featuring the award-winning and internationally admired cooking teacher, author, restaurateur and television personality. Joanne Weir uses her vast culinary experience and relaxed, down-to-earth approach to help viewers create healthy meals while highlighting the unique and vibrant flavors of fresh ingredients. JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH follows Joanne as she forages at farms, ranches, farmers' markets, artisan butcher shops and local grocery stores to gather the best ingredients. Back in her home kitchen, Joanne teaches her students how to transform these ingredients into delicious, seasonal creations. Joanne's reflections and practical insights — often humorous, sometimes personal — inspire viewers to create and improvise meals from a wealth of fresh, market ingredients. 
Feb 21
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The 30-minute Vegetarian Host Laura Theodore prepares a quick, "good-for-you meal," in under 30-minutes. The menu features tangy "Pasta with Broccoli and Sun Dried Tomatoes," "Warm Bakery Bread with Herbed Dipping Oil," and "Avocado Cashew Salad." Laura even includes a refreshing dessert; "Frozen Banana Creamy with Cocoa Dust." When healthy is on your mind but you are rushed for time, today's menu offers an ideal solution. 
Feb 21
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Shore Bird Murals Sarah visits a Florida bird habitat and learns about the roseate spoonbill and other shore birds. Roger works on a two dozen 4' by 8' bird murals with large brushes and exterior grade sign paint for these outdoor paintings. 
Feb 21
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day 3212 Harvest Star Wallhanging Make from diamonds and "Y" seams this Star is Radiant. 
Feb 21
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. 
Feb 21
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. 
Feb 21
6:00 AM
Caillou Old and New While at Grandma and Grandpa's house, Caillou looks for a special hiding place. Grandpa shows Caillou the special place his Daddy used to hide in when he was Caillou's age. Caillou is very excited about the neighborhood rummage sale until he's asked to figure out what he'd like to contribute. He's not so sure he wants to part with any of his toys. But in the end he's pretty happy with the new stuff he comes home with. When Caillou's brand new T-shirt is ruined by grape juice Grandma diverts disaster by recycling it and turning into a one-of-a-kind shirt that is tie-dyed with grape-juice star bursts. Caillou helps Mommy clean out the attic when they come across an old chest, and discover neat treasures inside. Caillou and Mom go to the library for story time. Caillou has scribbled on one of the books he borrowed, and is afraid to bring it back. Clementine's Mom who is in charge of story time cleans the book. Caillou takes home a new book and this time, he will be extra careful with it. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that something old may have a lot of value. Dad's old hiding place turns out to be a wonderful find (and is brand new to Caillou). Someone's old neglected toys can be someone else's brand new treasure. "Old" things (or even a new shirt with a permanent stain) can be recycled -- tie-dyed to have a hip new look. And libraries are full of "old" books that become the "new" books for the library user. 
Feb 21
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Compromise & Competition Educational Objective: Compromise & CompetitionScrambler's Best Idea The machines wonder whose idea will win the school playtime build competition. Scrambler is sure his tree house idea is the best! When the winner is announced, Roley's Timber Trail, Scrambler can't believe it! He decides to build his tree house on his own!Scrambler sneaks off to search for the perfect tree for his tree house, and comes across the materials for the Timber Trail. Surely no one will notice if he takes just a little?Scrambler tries to build his tree house but it's much harder than he thought. The Timber Trail is almost finished but there are some things missing! Scrambler sees how upset Roley is and it's his fault! Scrambler tells Roley the truth and suggests that they could make it into a living area for the children! What a great idea! Start from ScratchBefore the team heads off to fix the old stand at the soccer field, Scoop shows Scratch how to kick a soccer ball. Bob is impressed with Scoop's skills and Scratch wants to impress Bob too!Bob puts the job stages into the right order and they get to work. Scratch finishes his part of the job early so he can practice with the soccer ball. Soon the job grinds to a halt. The soccer ball smashes into the construction, and Bob will be back any moment. Scratch sadly admits that he had prioritized his soccer ball practice over the job. Bob is impressed with Scratch for admitting wrong, making things right and for his soccer ball skills! 
Feb 21
7:00 AM
Curious George Happy Valentine's Day, George!/Oh Deer George wants to make his friends the best Valentine's Day card ever, but even with four paws, it takes a long time to create homemade cards for everyone. With a little help from sponge shapes, red paint, and a waffle iron, George creates the first ever monkey Valentine's Printing Press! / When a hungry deer keeps nibbling on the flowers in George and Allie's garden, George uses all of his five senses to keep the deer out. But a scarecrow, loud noises, sticky tape, and stinky rotten eggs don't work, leaving George with one last sense -- taste! Will George's recipe keep the deer away or make them hungry for more? 
Feb 21
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Trees Company/Now You See Me Trees CompanySally and Nick are playing up in their treehouse when Nick's mom calls them for lunch. Nick wonders what it would be like to stay up in that tree all the time! The Cat in the Hat knows! Or at least he has friends that do. In Jimmer Jammer Jungle the kids learn how different animals spend their entire lives in trees. As neat as that is, there's one thing those trees don't have, and that's mom's home cooking!Educational Objective: Tree Dwelling Animals - discovering that many creatures, like the boa constrictor, squirrel monkey and the red eyed tree frog, live their whole lives in trees.Now You See MeNick and Sally are playing hide and go seek, but Sally keeps getting found! The Cat takes the kids to meet the best hider ever, his friend Gecko! Through a game of hide and go seek in the jungle, the kids learn how Gecko not only hides, but how he runs and climbs. Now Sally knows how to camouflage herself so she won't be so easily found!Educational Objective: Geckos - how some animals like the Satanic Leaf-Tail Gecko hide in the jungles of Madagascar. By climbing, running and the use of camouflage. 
Feb 21
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 
Feb 21
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Amazing Michelinoceras Brothers/Dads' Day Out The Amazing Michelinoceras BrothersThe Pteranodon family travels deep underwater on the Dinosaur Train to view two backwards-bounding brothers named Max and Mitch Michelinoceras. The kids are delighted to see that Max and Mitch put on a synchronized swimming show.Dads' Day OutBuddy, Tiny, and Mr. Pteranodon join Annie Tyrannosaurus and Leroy Lambeosaurus and their dads for a Dads' Day at the Big Pond. It's all fun and games until it starts to rain, and they all have to take cover in a cave they've never noticed before. 
Feb 21
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends If a Job's Worth Doing Thomas and the Garbage Train:Thomas volunteers to take the Duchess to tea. Diesel tells Thomas that his work with Whiff will make him too stinky to take the Duchess. As Whiff and Thomas puff along, Thomas uncouples from the Garbage train and Thomas takes 'sweeter smelling' tracks. Whiff struggles with the heavy train and has to stop on the track causing Thomas crashes into Whiff. Garbage flies into the air and all over Thomas! Thomas is the stinkiest engine on Sodor! While Thomas cleans up the garbage, he gives Whiff the Special of taking the Duchess. Sodor Surprise Day:Sodor Surprise Day is a day in which people and engines surprise each other and make each other laugh. When Gordon declares Sodor Surprise Day to be silly, Thomas decides to show Gordon how much fun it can be, instead of doing his job. He surprises Gordon at the coal hopper, at a junction and then at the docks! But Thomas only succeeds in ruining the fireworks for the Surprise Day party and doesn't do his job. Thomas then concentrates on doing his job and finds a fantastic alternative to the fireworks. No one is more surprised than Gordon!Educational Objective: The importance of doing a good job 
Feb 21
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Dragon Dance/Angelina's Opera Angelina and the Dragon DanceViki wants to perform a dragon dance with her partners for a school assignment. Her friends, however, have another idea and are too busy to listen to her. When Viki finally gets the chance to show them the celebratory dance from San Fran-cheese-co, her friends become inspired to perform the best dragon dance ever!Educational Objectives:• To introduce Chinese drumming and cymbals• To introduce the Chinese dragon dance• To explore working together in groups• To demonstrate problem solving and the importance of compromiseAngelina's OperaIt's time for Chipping Cheddar's annual Cheese Day celebration and Angelina's class gets to present the cheese-related history to the whole town. There's so much to learn that Angelina wonders if she'll ever be able to remember it all until she discovers a fun way to present the information, making the Cheese Day a huge success!Educational Objectives:• To introduce opera • To explore how opera tells a story with music and dance• To demonstrate how song lyrics can be used to help with memorization• To demonstrate the importance and value of learning about history 
Feb 21
10:00 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. 
Feb 21
10:30 AM
Super Why! The Swiss Family Robinson The Swiss Family Robinson - Little Boy Blue is stuck on a little island in Storybrook Pond and can't get back to shore. Super Why and his friends head into the story of The Swiss Family Robinson to meet a family who is just as stranded as Little Boy Blue. They'll need to use what's around them to survive in this do-it-yourself island adventure!Educational Objectives: To learn to think creatively in tricky situations. Preschoolers will catch the alphabet using Alpha Pig's Alphabet Net, rhyme with ING words, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Feb 21
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Feb 21
11:30 AM
Odd Squad Dance Like Nobody is Watching/Recipe for Disaster Dance Like Nobody is Watching - When the alarm system at Headquarters is triggered, Olive, Otto, Ms. O, and Oscar must avoid a series of booby traps in order to shut it off.Curriculum: Algebraic thinking; pattern recognition and extensionRecipe for Disaster - Olive and Otto explain to Ms. O how a case went wrong, each in their own way. Curriculum: Number operations; determining unknown number in an equation 
Feb 21
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.  
Feb 21
12:30 PM
Autoline  AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. 
Feb 21
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Mason, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Feb 21
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The Rio de Janeiro Traveling alone doesn't mean you have to be lonely. This is Rio from a native's P.O.V. Rachel connects with an old friend in Rio to get a first-hand view of the city with an insider, spending more time in one of the city's favelas than on Copa Cabana Beach. 
Feb 21
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations.  
Feb 21
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and the most innovative food artisans across the United States. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies.  
Feb 21
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Thailand, Andaman Islands Some of the world's most beautiful waters and beaches await visitors to southern Thailand, where the names of Andaman Coast towns such as Phuket are well known to backpackers and sun seekers. But there's more to this 16-million-year-old ecosystem than just golf and sunbathing. Dramatic limestone cliffs and rock formations jut from translucent waters of Phang-nga Bay; join Rudy as he paddles through hidden entrances of small islands to find mangroves few people ever see. Meet locals in a seaside village devastated by the recent tsunami as they struggle to rebuild by offering sustainable tourism and home stays to visitors. 
Feb 21
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Belgium: Bruges and Brussels Belgium is a land of contrasts. From the powerhouse headquarters of the European Union and Europe's grandest square in big-city Brussels, we go quaint with delicate lace and back lane bike rides in small-town Bruges. We check into a medieval hospital, savor the exquisite art of Memling, and climb a bell tower to get up close and fortissimo at a carillon concert. Then passionate chefs - creators of French fries and Europe's finest chocolate—give us a taste of their art. 
Feb 21
4:00 PM
Unbreakable - A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti On January 12th, 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, bringing devastation to an already impoverished nation. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives; more than 1 million were displaced, and tens of thousands were injured—including countless children and young people who suffered the loss of limbs.Against this backdrop, two American organizations stepped in to provide aid. Facing political corruption and the threat of failure, Project Medishare successfully set up clinics for the victims, and the Knights of Columbus ensured that prosthetics limbs would be made available for every young amputee.But this was only the beginning of the story. Amidst incredible odds, a small group of earthquake victims became emboldened to defy deeply entrenched Haitian stereotypes against people with disabilities. Team Zaryen was formed,an amputee soccer team that transformed victims into beacons of hope, creating real possibilities for those attempting to rebuild their lives -including U.S. soldiers returning from wars overseas.At times a searing analysis of the post-earthquake horrors and Haiti's turbulent history, and at times a poignant sports story about overcoming insurmountable odds, Unbreakable: A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti ultimately a powerful reminder of the triumph of the human spirit, and of how the bonds of hope are oftentimes born out of the shackles of despair. 
Feb 21
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 6 An ancient spark flares in Violet's heart. While police deepen their probe, Bates tells Anna the truth. A long and painful mystery is solved. 
Feb 21
6:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 21
6:30 PM
Fish Meat: Choose Your Farm Wisely Did you know that over half of the fish you eat is farmed? But where does it come from? And how is it raised?Fish Meat is a film that seeks to answer the questions plaguing fish-lovers everywhere by taking viewers behind the scenes of fish farms. It's the only film on the market that explores the diverse array of fish farms in existence, and what those differences can mean for the consumer.Directed by Joe Cunningham, this documentary follows two scientists, environmental engineer Ted Caplow and fish biologist Andy Danylchuk, as they go on a journey to pull back the cover on modern fish farming. Sailing through Turkey, a country steeped in fish farming history, they discover that the most modern operations aren't necessarily the most sustainable ones. 
Feb 21
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Rodrigo y Gabriela Famed Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performs a unique fusion of flamenco, jazz and rock. 
Feb 21
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Cage The Elephant Cage the Elephant brought their funky, soulfully psychedelic sound to the stage at the Santa Barbara Art Foundry one Wednesday evening. The set, drawn mostly from 2013's Melophobia album, was filmed at the gallery for Live from the Artists Den. Thriving off the energy of the crowd of 400 invited guests, frontman Matt Shultz delivered an epic performance in an intimate setting, hurling himself around the small space like a man possessed, while the rest of the band equaled his intensity. The evening ended with a shirtless Shultz held aloft by the cheering crowd, a triumphant exclamation point to an unforgettable night. 
Feb 21
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th    
Feb 21
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 3: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 Born in the Flood, Patrick Dethlefs, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Black Brown and the American Dust Choir and Eros and the Eschaton. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Feb 21
10:00 PM
Now Playing Covenhoven 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.  
Feb 21
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Until recently known as a former member of the Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell serves as the point of the Americana spear and one of the country's absolute best young singer-songwriters. Unrepentantly southern, his carefully crafted songs may feel raw, yet are renowned for simultaneously inspiring and intimidating musicians and critics alike. An Americana Music Award Winner, Isbell's new album Southeastern is on NPR radio's 50 Favorite Albums of 2013 — no small feat. 
Feb 21
11:00 PM
Front And Center Jon Batiste FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Feb 22
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Outlaw Gospel The brain child of Hippie Jack, himself. Outlaw gospel is a collaboration of musicians filmed at the Spring and Fall Jammin at Hippie Jack Music festivals in Overton County. This is non rehearsed spontaneous evening of music that signals the end of another great season. 
Feb 22
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.  
Feb 22
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th    
Feb 22
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 3: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 Born in the Flood, Patrick Dethlefs, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Black Brown and the American Dust Choir and Eros and the Eschaton. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Feb 22
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Rodrigo y Gabriela Famed Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performs a unique fusion of flamenco, jazz and rock. 
Feb 22
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Cage The Elephant Cage the Elephant brought their funky, soulfully psychedelic sound to the stage at the Santa Barbara Art Foundry one Wednesday evening. The set, drawn mostly from 2013's Melophobia album, was filmed at the gallery for Live from the Artists Den. Thriving off the energy of the crowd of 400 invited guests, frontman Matt Shultz delivered an epic performance in an intimate setting, hurling himself around the small space like a man possessed, while the rest of the band equaled his intensity. The evening ended with a shirtless Shultz held aloft by the cheering crowd, a triumphant exclamation point to an unforgettable night. 
Feb 22
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Jonathan Edwards INFINITY HALL LIVE showcases veteran folk singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards, best known for his 1971 classic "Sunshine." The song - a fierce proclamation of protest and independence set to deceptively upbeat music - became an anthem for numerous young people who opposed the Vietnam War. Today, Edwards seems more comfortable as a laid-back troubadour than a political radical. Often performing on stage barefoot (as he does at Infinity Hall), Edwards demonstrates an expertise with the guitar, mandolin, and accordion to create his own brand of acoustic folk-rock. His heart-felt lyrics and easy-going style continue to please his loyal fans as well as win over new ones. Edwards and his band - Moondi Klein on guitar, Charlie Rose on banjo, Tom Snow on piano and Joe Walsh on mandolin - perform songs primarily from his 2011 album, My Love Will Keep, such as the stunning a cappella rendition of "This Island Earth." But he doesn't disappoint his longtime fans and offers exuberant performances of the classics "Sunshine" and "Shanty," the latter which came to be known as a "Friday song" for many radio stations who would play it every Friday night at 5 to kick off the weekend. "I love playing rooms like this," Edwards says of Infinity Hall. "[It's like] we're playing in a big guitar ...or a Steinway grand piano. It feels like we're inside something like that and the music just vibrates and lives very much in a place like this."Song List"Surrounded""How Long""Crazy Texas Woman""Sometimes in the Morning""My Love Will Keep""Freewheeler""Sailor's Prayer""Johnny Blue Horizon""Sunshine""This Island Earth""Shanty""Don't Cry Blue" 
Feb 22
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Orrick Ewing Crunching funk and smooth jazz from Lansing bassist and band leader Orrick Ewing. Ewing has accumulated an impressive list of accolades to his resume since his musical career began as a child in a local gospel group. His incredible talent on the bass guitar, and gift for fusing a variety of music styles has taken him far. Ewing is in the Gospel Hall of Fame. 
Feb 22
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.  
Feb 22
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.  
Feb 22
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.  
Feb 22
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.  
Feb 22
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem The Pirate Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat show a group of veryhungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly. Primary Content: Fair sharingSecondary Content: Adding within 4The Sleepover Problem - Peg's House. When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg's house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.Primary Content: Counting to 20Secondary Content: 4 + 1 = 5 
Feb 22
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! 
Feb 22
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Gets Frustrated/Frustration at School Daniel Gets Frustrated: Daniel is staying at home with Mom Tiger today. He really wants to play with Prince Wednesday, but he is visiting his cousin Chrissie. He asks Mom if they can go to Music Man Stan's shop, but they can't because it is closed. Daniel gets really frustrated when it seems like he's unable to do anything he wants to do. With some guidance from Mom, Daniel learns how to work through his frustration.Frustration at School: Daniel and his friends are playing "restaurant" at school and Daniel feels frustrated when he can't find the toy he is looking for. Teacher Harriet helps him realize that the right thing to do is to take a step back and ask for help. Theme: FrustrationStrategy: When you're frustrated, take a step back, and ask for help. 
Feb 22
9:30 AM
Super Why! Princess Gwennie Saves the Day Princess Pea is feeling dramatic (as usual) and she and Red are staging a play. Princess is pretending she's a queen but Red doesn't know what to be! The super readers fly into the story of a princess with a silly sense of humor and a big job to do. They help Gwennie use her talents to save the day, and Red discovers her own special gifts.Educational Objectives: To learn about medieval times. Kids will sing the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, learn what the word "harp" means and use the power to read to change the story. 
Feb 22
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid A Rainbow Every Day! After a rainstorm, the sun comes out and Sid spots a big rainbow in the sky. He races inside to tell his parents, but by the time he brings them outside to see it, the rainbow is gone. Sid and his friends investigate rainbows at school where they discover that rainbows can only form when light passes through water droplets. (Educational objective - Rainbows) 
Feb 22
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Gecko Effect There's a mystery to be solved by the Wild Kratts team, as they try to uncover how a Gecko lizard climbs up smooth surfaces so easily. They use the solution to help them escape from a glass terrarium where they have been imprisoned by Zach Varmitech, so he can steal their miniaturizer.Science Concepts: Physics - Objects have electrical charges that attract one another. The gecko's toe pad structure enhances these charges so much that they can "stick to" smooth surfaces. 
Feb 22
11:00 AM
Arthur All Thumbs/Kidonia All Thumbs - When Arthur catches Buster sucking his thumb, Buster worries that Arthur will tell the entire school. Can Arthur stay mum? Or is this secret just too juicy not to share?Educational Objective: Buster and Arthur learn the importance of trust and acceptance in a friendship.Kidonia - Tired of doing chores, Arthur and the gang decide to invent their own country: Kidonia. But when there are no rules, no laws, and no chores, someone's bound to ruffle a few feathers. Will this kid-ruled utopia flourish or descend into anarchy? Educational Objective: The gang realizes the importance of rules (and chores!). 
Feb 22
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Martha's Dirty Habit/ Helen's All Thumbs Martha's Dirty Habit Every spring, Martha gets an urge to dig that she just can't control. When Martha's habit gets her in trouble with the whole neighborhood, the family decides they need to put her desire to dig to good use.Vocabulary(E) habit, weakness, urge, crave, drive(I) want, stop, desire, need, irresistibleHelen's All Thumbs Ronald gives Helen his old gamekid, and pretty soon she's hooked! She forgets to walk Martha, neglects her homework, and becomes completely preoccupied. When Helen forgets to feed Martha and Skits again, and misses the fieldtrip because she forgot her permission slip, she turns to Martha for help. Can Helen break the habit?Vocabulary(E) addict, obsessed, preoccupied, monitor, restraint(I) hooked, quit, level, rid, break 
Feb 22
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Inspections Norm and Tom install reinforced fiberglass columns to support the new farmer's porch. Richard meets plumbing contractor Brian Bilo and local plumbing inspector Donald "Duke" LaConte, and Tom shows Kevin how he's turning an arched doorway into one that's squared off to match the rest of the first floor openings. Kevin and Tom meet building commissioner Fred Lonardo to see what goes into the rough mechanical and rough framing inspections. After Fred signs off, insulation begins. Tom shows Kevin the storm window system he's using to enclose the screen porch, and Russell Parrot shows how to heat the space: electric radiant floor heat. 
Feb 22
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Richard helps a homeowner install a whole house ductless heating and cooling system. Kevin shares some tips on hearing protection and Tom helps a homeowner repair a sagging plaster ceiling. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 22
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Organizing Explore ways to deal effectively with the accumulation of stuff. 
Feb 22
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Springtime is quickly approaching and we're ready to get back into our yards and gardens. In this episode, we look at some great springtime plants and plants that will do well in shade. What's not to like. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Feb 22
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The Omaha Travel to Omaha, Nebraska, and learn gardening tips from an urban farmer who's turned his home into an oasis of fresh produce. Cook lentil chili and pumpkin cornbread with Chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz, who moved to Omaha from Brooklyn and opened the first vegan restaurant in town. Visit Danelle Meyer of One Farm (an hour outside Omaha), who grew up on a commodity (corn and soybean) farm and began her own organic farm on a corner plot of her family's land. And spend the day with urban gardener and farm manager Ali Clark, who makes caramels from her grandfather's recipe for her Snowshoe Candy Company. 
Feb 22
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Celebrating New Beginnings Allen shows viewers it's never too late to eat healthy and delicious with homegrown food. He'll show us how to start tomato plants early, share tips on growing sweet peas and prepare delicious and healthy recipes. For dessert, Allen makes super soy cookies! 
Feb 22
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL 508: Bountiful Harvest: Birmingham, AL (encore episode from previous season)From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. 
Feb 22
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. 
Feb 22
4:00 PM
Faith in the Big House Faith in the Big House explores the formulas used by Christian missionaries to convert inmates in America's prison. At a maximum security facility in Louisiana, a group of Christian evangelicals arrive to conduct a carefully-scripted religious retreat. Five felons, handpicked by the Warden, join other inmates in this "Encounter with Christ". Can these misfits, a gang-banger, a self-styled theologian, a narcissistic rock guitarist, a twitchy jock and a former football phenom find redemption? Or will the experience do little to change these men? Can religion keep these convicts from almost inevitably return to lock-up? Prison ministry leaders, including the late Charles Colson, (of Watergate infamy), insist revivals and bible studies radically reduce the number of inmates who are re-incarcerated. Those of the secular persuasion doubt their findings, favoring traditional rehabilitation and guaranteed results.Faith considers, who should be in charge of re-entry programs in the penitentiary such as job and addiction counseling? Will it be the new armies of faith- based volunteers? 
Feb 22
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Austin ANTIQUES ROADSHOW stops in Austin, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Bruce M. Shackelford at a private collection to learn about antique Mexican saddles. Highlights include a scrapbook of World War II photos from the owner's grandfather-in-law who was one of the "Monuments Men"; an 1875 "Pictorial St. Louis" atlas including birds-eye maps of the entire city, drafted in a hot air balloon; and an inherited jade ring with case, made around 1930, whose impressive size and rich green color give it its value of $60,000 to $80,000. 
Feb 22
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE Putin's Way FRONTLINE investigates the accusations of criminality and corruption that have surrounded Vladimir Putin's reign in Russia. Tracing his career back over two decades, "Putin's Way" reveals how the accumulation of wealth and power has led to autocratic rule and the specter of a new Cold War. 
Feb 22
7:00 PM
Russia's Open Book: Writing in the Age of Putin This documentary tells the story of America and Europe's love of Russian literature and introduces audiences to a new generation of Russian writers. With readings by host Stephen Fry, this program features writers such as Dmitry Bykov, Mariam Petrosyan, Zakhar Prilepin, Anna Starobinets, Vladimir Sorokin and Lyudmila Ulitskaya. 
Feb 22
8:00 PM
Neal Cassady - The Denver Years NEAL CASSADY: THE DENVER YEARS is a documentary based on the autobiographical accounts of Neal Cassady, his troubled youth in Denver and the crucial role that it played in the germination of American beat culture. Neal Cassady was a charismatic, larger then life character. His charm, manic energy, sexual swagger, and free flowing verbosity made him the authentic 'hero' of the beat generation.

The film is directed and produced by Heather Dalton and produced by Joshua Hassel in association with CPT12, the presenting station.

What shaped the most infamous 20th century muse? A love affair between Denver, a culture in transition, and some of the most influential writers of our time. He was introduced to the world as Dean Moriarty in Jack Kerouac’s classic, On The Road and for controversial literary figures Allen Ginsberg, Ken Kesey, Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson, Cassady was more then a friend – he was their muse and inspiration.

Just by being himself, Neal Cassady created a foundation for the beat generation and set the wheels in motion for the counter culture revolution that would open up the floodgates for decades of free thinkers to follow.
 
The film features interviews with prominent and historical figures including Carolyn Cassady, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, David Amram, John Allen Cassady, Jami Cassady Ratto, Cathy Cassady Sylvia, Jerry Cimino, Tom Noel, Ed White and Al Hinkle.  
Feb 22
9:30 PM
Ken Kesey Ken Kesey (September 17 1935 - November 10, 2001) is one of the best-known authors to ever emerge from Oregon. He wrote his two most-acclaimed novels, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1962) and Sometimes a Great Notion (1964), when still in his twenties. 
Feb 22
10:30 PM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan's last stop is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate beach destination. 
Feb 22
11:30 PM
Imagining the Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Center In 2012, the Ralph L. Carr Justice Center in Denver went into construction. Ten artists were chosen to design and create site-specific public art for the building. Imagining The Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center follows these artists, giving audiences an inside look at the process of designing, fabricating and installing art in public spaces. 
Feb 23
12:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Inspections Norm and Tom install reinforced fiberglass columns to support the new farmer's porch. Richard meets plumbing contractor Brian Bilo and local plumbing inspector Donald "Duke" LaConte, and Tom shows Kevin how he's turning an arched doorway into one that's squared off to match the rest of the first floor openings. Kevin and Tom meet building commissioner Fred Lonardo to see what goes into the rough mechanical and rough framing inspections. After Fred signs off, insulation begins. Tom shows Kevin the storm window system he's using to enclose the screen porch, and Russell Parrot shows how to heat the space: electric radiant floor heat. 
Feb 23
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Richard helps a homeowner install a whole house ductless heating and cooling system. Kevin shares some tips on hearing protection and Tom helps a homeowner repair a sagging plaster ceiling. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 23
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Organizing Explore ways to deal effectively with the accumulation of stuff. 
Feb 23
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Springtime is quickly approaching and we're ready to get back into our yards and gardens. In this episode, we look at some great springtime plants and plants that will do well in shade. What's not to like. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Feb 23
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The Omaha Travel to Omaha, Nebraska, and learn gardening tips from an urban farmer who's turned his home into an oasis of fresh produce. Cook lentil chili and pumpkin cornbread with Chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz, who moved to Omaha from Brooklyn and opened the first vegan restaurant in town. Visit Danelle Meyer of One Farm (an hour outside Omaha), who grew up on a commodity (corn and soybean) farm and began her own organic farm on a corner plot of her family's land. And spend the day with urban gardener and farm manager Ali Clark, who makes caramels from her grandfather's recipe for her Snowshoe Candy Company. 
Feb 23
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Recycled Hardwood Projects WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 23
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Mason, 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.The Daytripper is a three time Emmy-award-winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to explore Texas, and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. 
Feb 23
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. 
Feb 23
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.  
Feb 23
5:30 AM
Autoline  AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. 
Feb 23
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. 
Feb 23
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Dynamic Combo Rolls Turn upside down, stretch your hamstrings, test your balance, and strengthen your abs all in one fun exercise that combines different poses. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 23
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.  
Feb 23
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Snow Runners On their way to return some Hispid hares to Asia, the Wild Kratts accidentally lose them in a wintery North American forest. Martin and Chris must use the amazing winter adaptations and strategies of the Snowshoe hare and lynx to locate the hares before it's too late.Science Concept: Winter Adaptation. 
Feb 23
8:00 AM
Curious George Auctioneer George/Sock Monkey Opera George has one dollar to buy anything he wants at the Annual Corn Roast and Attic Auction, and he sets his sights on a pair of red elephant mittens. When the Man with the Yellow Hat leaves George alone, he bids...and bids...and wins! Only, he didn't realize how bidding works, and now he owes $100. While George tries to re-auction the mittens himself, Marco searches the city for the only person unique enough to pay $101 for red elephant mittens...Mr. Glass. Educational Objective: To visualize the difference between one dollar and one hundred dollars. To understand how you get from one dollar to one hundred dollars (by ones; by tens). To count to 100 by multiples of ten. To make the connection between money and the work that goes into earning that money.When Betsy gets the chicken pox and can't see her favorite opera, Hansel & Gretel, she sends George in her place. George loves the opera so much, he decides to cheer up Betsy by performing for his itchy friend. But how can one little monkey sing, dance, and act for an entire cast of characters? Educational Objective: To apply the design process through creating and building (puppets and scenery) to communicate a story. 
Feb 23
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Dress Up Day/Bathtime Dress Up DayNick and Sally are playing dress up, but oh no! Sally's princess dress has torn, and mom doesn't have any silk thread to fix it. Cat takes them to his good friend Mindy, the silk caterpillar. Mindy shows them how she makes silk. Sally uses the silk thread to fix her swirly twirly princess dress!Educational Objective: Silk - how Calletta silk caterpillars make silk. Silk caterpillars transform into a silk moth, by eating leaves, spinning silk, making a cocoon and napping inside.BathtimeNick and Sally have been playing in the mud, and now they need to get clean! The Cat in the Hat knows some friends who have some very wonderful ways to bathe! In Bana Bana Savanah, they meet three different animals who all keep clean in very different ways. Even though it was fun to try bathing how the animals do, Sally and Nick decide that good old soap and water works best for them!Educational Objective: Animal Cleanliness - to show the different ways creatures clean themselves: Sparrows take dust baths. Lions lick their fur. Hippos use Oxpeckers to clean bugs off their hides. 
Feb 23
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Race Car Problem/The Big Gig Problem The Race Car Problem - Junk Yard/Race Track Stadium. Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, "Hot Buttered Lightnin'", to compete inthe Talla-peg-a 20 race.Primary Content: More than, less thanSecondary Content: Solid shapesThe Big Gig Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the twenties 
Feb 23
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. 
Feb 23
10:00 AM
Sesame Street  This nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller celebrates the arts and delights Cookie Monster fans of all ages. A cookie art museum has just opened on Sesame Street. Surrounded by beautiful cookie paintings, such as "Girl with the Cookie Earring" and the "Muncha Lisa," Cookie Monster and his friends feel as though they're in a whole new world. But when art suddenly starts to disappear, Cookie Monster quickly becomes a suspect. Can he clear his name? Will they find the missing art in time or will Cookie Monster be banished from the museum forever? 
Feb 23
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 4 In this session Jerry shows how to begin the highlighting process on the large Oak tree and use of the #6 bristle brush to begin blocking in the red flowers and Blue Bonnets as well as painting in the small rocks along the edges of the road. Jerry paints in the cast shadow from the tree. Special emphasis on proper brush angle to create close-up Blue Bonnets as well as rough sketch of the fence and house in background. 
Feb 23
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Norwegian Knits The Yarn Guys, Jeffrey Wall and Dennis Rinkenburger, share traditional ways to knit color patterns. Contemporary Norwegian designer Marion Rindsem compares old and new. Donna Druchunas turns classic designs into a trendy winter wearables and Tanis unravels the mystery of Latvian Braids. Vickie takes Nordic practice swatches and creates a cozy pillow. 
Feb 23
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.  
Feb 23
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.  
Feb 23
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 23
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Inspections Norm and Tom install reinforced fiberglass columns to support the new farmer's porch. Richard meets plumbing contractor Brian Bilo and local plumbing inspector Donald "Duke" LaConte, and Tom shows Kevin how he's turning an arched doorway into one that's squared off to match the rest of the first floor openings. Kevin and Tom meet building commissioner Fred Lonardo to see what goes into the rough mechanical and rough framing inspections. After Fred signs off, insulation begins. Tom shows Kevin the storm window system he's using to enclose the screen porch, and Russell Parrot shows how to heat the space: electric radiant floor heat. 
Feb 23
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Richard helps a homeowner install a whole house ductless heating and cooling system. Kevin shares some tips on hearing protection and Tom helps a homeowner repair a sagging plaster ceiling. Then, Kevin, Roger, Richard and Tom ask, "What is it?" 
Feb 23
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America St. Louis's Little Italy Everyone loves a warm plate of Spaghetti & Meatballs, and today Lidia teaches the viewer how to take that classic and make it the way she loves to eat it. She also adds a Sicilian specialty - arancini - or Rice Balls to the menu. 
Feb 23
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Pugliese Pasta / La Pasta Pugliese Mary Ann celebrates the pasta of Puglia by making sauce-holding cavatelli (little caves) and then she creates "Stracnar" a rarely-seen pasta nowadays, that requires a handmade "Cavarola Board" to create its distinctive imprint. All of this and sauce too! A Lamb Ragu for the Stracnar and Prosciutto di Parma and Fava Bean for the cavatelli. Who doesn't love pasta? 
Feb 23
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Classic Italian Fare Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the Best Chicken Parmesan. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite kitchen gadgets. And finally, test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to foolproof Pasta alla Norcina. 
Feb 23
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Sweet Endings Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Peaches and Cream Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for rolling pins. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pie crust. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cream Cheese Pound Cake. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 23
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. 
Feb 23
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Daughters of the Regiment While visiting Merrick in Calcutta, Sarah meets Jimmy Clark, who challenges many of the values by which she lives. In Pankot, another daughter of the regiment confesses her own act of rebellion long ago. 
Feb 23
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Downton Abbey Season 5: Episode 7 Edith is found out. Mary finally shakes a suitor. Isobel and Lord Merton reveal their plans. Robert throws another guest out of the house. 
Feb 23
9:00 PM
Manor of Speaking  Immediately following each episode of Downton Abbey, host Ernie Manouse leads a studio audience and a rotating cast of celebrated super fans and cultural experts through the world of "Downton Abbey." They share the triumphs and sorrows of the Crowley family and their staff during a lively 30 minute after-show like no other. 'Manor' is a solidly packed show with re-caps, history lessons, surprise guests, behind-the-scenes stories and a whole lot of fun. Viewers are invited to participate via twitter, Facebook and the web at www.ManorOfSpeaking.org, making 'Manor' the perfect way to finish off an episode of the world's number one drama series. 
Feb 23
9:30 PM
On Story Neo Noir: The Modern Day Film Noir Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) and Brian Helgeland (LA Confidential) discuss the modern day Neo Noir - a genre-bending response to the Film Noirs of the 1940s and 50s - and dissect the basic styles, impulses, themes, and tones that embrace this form of storytelling. 
Feb 23
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 23
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. 
Feb 23
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Daughters of the Regiment While visiting Merrick in Calcutta, Sarah meets Jimmy Clark, who challenges many of the values by which she lives. In Pankot, another daughter of the regiment confesses her own act of rebellion long ago. 
Feb 24
12:00 AM
Women in Chemistry: Life Lessons from the Lab A documentary profiling eight remarkable women who have made important contributions to the field of chemistry. The Women in Chemistry project set out to present a group of eminent women chemists in all their dimensions principally to inspire young women to consider careers in the chemical and molecular sciences. Undaunted by sexism, racism and religious discrimination, these risk takers remained steadfast in the face of adversity, confident in their ability, certain of the importance of their work, and fueled by the energy generated by the pursuit of an idea.The documentary weaves together first person storytelling about shared milestones: childhood, early careers and educational pursuits, achievement amidst adversity, and finally discoveries and successes in laboratories, classrooms, government offices and boardrooms around the world. The emotionally rich storytelling is complemented by compelling imagery that makes science come alive.The eight women featured are: Nancy Chang, cofounder and former CEO of the biopharmaceutical firm Tanox; Uma Chowdhry, retired senior vice president and chief science and technology officer of DuPont; Mildred Cohn, first female president of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Mary L. Good, former president of the American Chemical Society, undersecretary for technology in the U.S. Department of Commerce under President Bill Clinton, and recipient of the Priestley Medal; Kitty Hach-Darrow, cofounder of the Hach Chemical Company; Paula Hammond, David H. Koch Professor in engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Stephanie Kwolek, former research associate at DuPont and inventor of Kevlar; and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, founder, chairman, and managing director of Biocon Limited. 
Feb 24
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Inspections Norm and Tom install reinforced fiberglass columns to support the new farmer's porch. Richard meets plumbing contractor Brian Bilo and local plumbing inspector Donald "Duke" LaConte, and Tom shows Kevin how he's turning an arched doorway into one that's squared off to match the rest of the first floor openings. Kevin and Tom meet building commissioner Fred Lonardo to see what goes into the rough mechanical and rough framing inspections. After Fred signs off, insulation begins. Tom shows Kevin the storm window system he's using to enclose the screen porch, and Russell Parrot shows how to heat the space: electric radiant floor heat. 
Feb 24
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Kevin heads to Kansas City to help a homeowner transform an old backsplash. Then, the guys ask, "What is it?" Afterward, Richard helps a homeowner install a new kitchen faucet. 
Feb 24
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America St. Louis's Little Italy Everyone loves a warm plate of Spaghetti & Meatballs, and today Lidia teaches the viewer how to take that classic and make it the way she loves to eat it. She also adds a Sicilian specialty - arancini - or Rice Balls to the menu. 
Feb 24
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Pugliese Pasta / La Pasta Pugliese Mary Ann celebrates the pasta of Puglia by making sauce-holding cavatelli (little caves) and then she creates "Stracnar" a rarely-seen pasta nowadays, that requires a handmade "Cavarola Board" to create its distinctive imprint. All of this and sauce too! A Lamb Ragu for the Stracnar and Prosciutto di Parma and Fava Bean for the cavatelli. Who doesn't love pasta? 
Feb 24
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Classic Italian Fare Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the Best Chicken Parmesan. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite kitchen gadgets. And finally, test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to foolproof Pasta alla Norcina. 
Feb 24
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Sweet Endings Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Peaches and Cream Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for rolling pins. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pie crust. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cream Cheese Pound Cake. 
Feb 24
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Trademark of Spring, Part 4 In this session Jerry shows how to begin the highlighting process on the large Oak tree and use of the #6 bristle brush to begin blocking in the red flowers and Blue Bonnets as well as painting in the small rocks along the edges of the road. Jerry paints in the cast shadow from the tree. Special emphasis on proper brush angle to create close-up Blue Bonnets as well as rough sketch of the fence and house in background. 
Feb 24
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Norwegian Knits The Yarn Guys, Jeffrey Wall and Dennis Rinkenburger, share traditional ways to knit color patterns. Contemporary Norwegian designer Marion Rindsem compares old and new. Donna Druchunas turns classic designs into a trendy winter wearables and Tanis unravels the mystery of Latvian Braids. Vickie takes Nordic practice swatches and creates a cozy pillow. 
Feb 24
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.  
Feb 24
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.  
Feb 24
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. 
Feb 24
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Ease Into It! This seven-stage forward bend will ease your hamstrings to their maximum length. Then rest your legs as you focus on your torso with a side bend and twist. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 24
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.  
Feb 24
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Raptor Round Up Martin and Chris are on a mission to check out hawks, eagles, owls, falcons and vultures. But evil chef Gourmand has his own plan for the raptors and has been capturing them in his quest to find the tastiest raptor wing. The Wild Kratts team must rescue the raptors before they become Gourmand's next gourmet delicacy.Science Concepts: Classification, Birds of prey 
Feb 24
8:00 AM
Curious George Hamster Cam/The Great Monkey Detective Steve's pet hamster, Hogie, is on the loose in the city streets with nothing but a small video camera tied to his back. George helps Steve track his whereabouts using clues from the hamster cam and his best monkeyish map-reading skills. But can a monkey with a map keep up with a hamster on the run?Educational Objective: To use simple 2-d maps to locate landmarks and to follow routes on the map. To begin to develop strategies for distinguishing between left and right. To describe the relative positions of objects by using words, such as "above," "below," and "next to."It's mystery movie night at Chef Pisghetti's restaurant. But the big mystery really begins when Chef Pisghetti's cookbook suddenly vanishes! A fan of Detective Basil Know-it-All, George, understands that clues are the key to solving a mystery. Will George be able to crack the case of the missing cookbook or will this mystery remain unsolved? Educational Objective: To design and create a solution to a problem through observational and transference learning. 
Feb 24
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The You Should Be Dancing/Batty for Bats You Should Be DancingNick and Sally are planning to put on a show for their moms, but they can't finish their dance without falling down! The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet one of the best dancers in the world, Tango a bird of paradise! With a few costume changes and a little practice, Nick and Sally are finally able to show their moms their new dance!Educational Objective: Birds of Paradise - these birds perform elaborate dances to attract other birds - first by clearing a space to perform that has good lighting to show off their amazing plumes to their best advantage.Batty for BatsSally and Nick are playing a game of blindfolded freeze tag but they can't seem to find each other! Luckily the Cat has a friend who is always able to find his way in the dark. He takes them to meet Zapita, a bat who teaches the kids about echolocation. Now that Nick and Sally know how to listen to find their way, freeze tag has become a lot more fun!Educational Objective: Bats - are nocturnal creatures that live in caves and navigate by means of ecolocation using their hearing. 
Feb 24
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 
Feb 24
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. 
Feb 24
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Proud to be Me Mando, Chris and Leela help Segi see that being brown is snazzy when she becomes upset after reading a book about her favorite character. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Feb 24
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Bird on a Branch Bird on a Branch 
Feb 24
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Mixed Media Contemporary quilting is hard to define - it's as varied as the artist and their choice of medium. First, Judy Coates Perez has a stitched metal project with alcohol based inks. Then, Heather Jones shares a totally different approach as chunky hand stitching takes center stage on her pillow. Finally, Debbie Grifka demonstrates her style for functional quilting. Make sure your sunglasses survive the summer with a protective cover! 
Feb 24
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 24
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.  
Feb 24
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 24
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World The Power of Worms 509: The Greening of Suburbia: Lake County, IllinoisIn years past, developers would build typical subdivisions around golf courses and tennis courts. But today, with the growing interest in environmental conservation and local food systems, savvy developers are building self-contained communities around organic farms. The focus is on creating a sustainable community and outreach programs geared to helping all generations embrace local, in-season food as well as the agrarian lifestyle. Buyers are lining up to stake their claim to experience a taste of life on the farm, from the comfort of their own home. In this episode, we travel to one such community that serves as a model for all the others. 
Feb 24
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Plant Combos for Sun and Shade Pull together spots for sun or shade with companions that grow together. On tour, an artistic family turned spacious lawn into distinct personable destinations. 
Feb 24
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Shellfish Julia and Jacques share opinions and know-how on mussels...and, oysters, clams and shrimp. Jacques shucks, Julia sauces, and they turn out Mussels Marinière, Billi Bi Soup, and Moules Ravigots, along with a classic shrimp cocktail and mignonette sauce. 
Feb 24
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Gail Gand Gail Gand demonstrates "not-your-usual" lemon meringue pie-for-one. Florida baker David Blom makes cookies: delicately curved tuiles and tasty little gingersnaps. 
Feb 24
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Muffins and Popovers Breakfasts and brunches call for homemade muffins or popovers. Martha makes her blueberry muffins two ways, flavored with a little spice or finished with a crumb topping. She then demonstrates how to make airy popovers, equally suited to serving with fresh blueberry preserves or savory creamed spinach. 
Feb 24
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals STIR FRY WITH GRACE YOUNG #417: STIR FRY WITH GRACE YOUNGFeeds Wed., 2/18/15 & Wed., 5/20/15The Chinese have mastered the quick weeknight meal with stir fry, and the master of stir fry is Chef Grace Young. She's got two favorite recipes: Chinese-Burmese Chili Chicken and Peppery Vegetarian Rice. Both are fast, easy and delicious. 
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 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.  
Feb 24
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. 
Feb 24
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Traditions Before moving to France to learn about cooking professionally, Chef Magnus Nilsson's main culinary influences were his mother, aunt and grandparents, who cooked traditional dishes for family dinners while Magnus observed. When he returned from France to begin working at Fäviken, the influence of traditional Swedish cooking remained. In this episode, examine the bonds of tradition that help to forge the identities of families and individuals. 
Feb 24
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Locality Chef Nilsson depends on his network of local purveyors to keep the restaurant supplied. If there is a shortage of one ingredient, they work together to find a more abundant alternative. Because everything is sourced in a 100-mile radius, the seasons play a big part in availability. As a result, the needs and supply constantly shift between the restaurant and purveyor, but their close relationship ensures that diners are never left hungry. This episode examines the connection to locality that Chef Nilsson views as a staple of his cooking philosophy. 
Feb 24
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Celebrating Black Americana ANTIQUES ROADSHOW honors Black History Month with this special episode. Highlights include an 1815 U.S. citizenship certificate for George Barker, a free man of color; an African-American beauty book written by Madam C.J. Walker, the first American female millionaire; and a trip with host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Leila Dunbar to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. 
Feb 24
9:00 PM
Unbreakable - A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti On January 12th, 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, bringing devastation to an already impoverished nation. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives; more than 1 million were displaced, and tens of thousands were injured—including countless children and young people who suffered the loss of limbs.Against this backdrop, two American organizations stepped in to provide aid. Facing political corruption and the threat of failure, Project Medishare successfully set up clinics for the victims, and the Knights of Columbus ensured that prosthetics limbs would be made available for every young amputee.But this was only the beginning of the story. Amidst incredible odds, a small group of earthquake victims became emboldened to defy deeply entrenched Haitian stereotypes against people with disabilities. Team Zaryen was formed,an amputee soccer team that transformed victims into beacons of hope, creating real possibilities for those attempting to rebuild their lives -including U.S. soldiers returning from wars overseas.At times a searing analysis of the post-earthquake horrors and Haiti's turbulent history, and at times a poignant sports story about overcoming insurmountable odds, Unbreakable: A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti ultimately a powerful reminder of the triumph of the human spirit, and of how the bonds of hope are oftentimes born out of the shackles of despair. 
Feb 24
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 24
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Feb 24
11:00 PM
Global Leaders: The Next Generation This one-hour documentary spotlights the next generation of 'global movers and shakers' as they work for positive change in health care, education, government, the environment, and in the global economy. The program also features interviews with actor Kal Penn; British rocker and activist Bob Geldorf; supermodel Natalia Vodianova; and an appearance by President Bill Clinton. 
Feb 25
12:00 AM
AGING MATTERS - END OF LIFE Most Americans say they prefer to die at home. However, 70% of deaths occur in a hospital, nursing home or long term care facility. Aging Matters: End of Life weaves personal stories of families alongside interviews with scholars, doctors, and medical ethicists to explore the complicated experience of dying, and why so few live the death they say they want. The program explores how the culture of death and dying in America has been radically transformed by medical science, how the medical system reinforces our culture-wide unwillingness to face death, as well as efforts to change how Americans understand and talk about dying. 
Feb 25
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World The Power of Worms 509: The Greening of Suburbia: Lake County, IllinoisIn years past, developers would build typical subdivisions around golf courses and tennis courts. But today, with the growing interest in environmental conservation and local food systems, savvy developers are building self-contained communities around organic farms. The focus is on creating a sustainable community and outreach programs geared to helping all generations embrace local, in-season food as well as the agrarian lifestyle. Buyers are lining up to stake their claim to experience a taste of life on the farm, from the comfort of their own home. In this episode, we travel to one such community that serves as a model for all the others. 
Feb 25
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Plant Combos for Sun and Shade Pull together spots for sun or shade with companions that grow together. On tour, an artistic family turned spacious lawn into distinct personable destinations. 
Feb 25
2:00 AM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Shellfish Julia and Jacques share opinions and know-how on mussels...and, oysters, clams and shrimp. Jacques shucks, Julia sauces, and they turn out Mussels Marinière, Billi Bi Soup, and Moules Ravigots, along with a classic shrimp cocktail and mignonette sauce. 
Feb 25
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia Gail Gand Gail Gand demonstrates "not-your-usual" lemon meringue pie-for-one. Florida baker David Blom makes cookies: delicately curved tuiles and tasty little gingersnaps. 
Feb 25
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Muffins and Popovers Breakfasts and brunches call for homemade muffins or popovers. Martha makes her blueberry muffins two ways, flavored with a little spice or finished with a crumb topping. She then demonstrates how to make airy popovers, equally suited to serving with fresh blueberry preserves or savory creamed spinach. 
Feb 25
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals STIR FRY WITH GRACE YOUNG #417: STIR FRY WITH GRACE YOUNGFeeds Wed., 2/18/15 & Wed., 5/20/15The Chinese have mastered the quick weeknight meal with stir fry, and the master of stir fry is Chef Grace Young. She's got two favorite recipes: Chinese-Burmese Chili Chicken and Peppery Vegetarian Rice. Both are fast, easy and delicious. 
Feb 25
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Bird on a Branch Bird on a Branch 
Feb 25
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Mixed Media Contemporary quilting is hard to define - it's as varied as the artist and their choice of medium. First, Judy Coates Perez has a stitched metal project with alcohol based inks. Then, Heather Jones shares a totally different approach as chunky hand stitching takes center stage on her pillow. Finally, Debbie Grifka demonstrates her style for functional quilting. Make sure your sunglasses survive the summer with a protective cover! 
Feb 25
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  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.  
Feb 25
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.  
Feb 25
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Feb 25
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Fect Posture Wai Lana shows you a series of poses to loosen the shoulders and open the chest, making good posture a breeze. 
Feb 25
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 25
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Feb 25
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.  
Feb 25
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Rainforest Stew When Chris and Martin go in search of an obscure rainforest creature to add to their Life Lists, the Wild Kratts becomes embroiled in the complex relationships of a tropical rainforest.Science Concept: Rainforest Habitat/Biodiversity. 
Feb 25
8:00 AM
Curious George Junky Monkey/Jumpy Warms Up Steve is appointed head of Pretty City Committee Pod 7 on a mission to lead George, the Man with the Yellow Hat, Aunt Margaret, Betsy, and Charkie to clean up litter in their neighborhood. But where others see trash, George sees treasures hidden in alleys, sidewalk, and recycling bins. He takes his to his apartment and sorts them by shape and size, transforming his collection into a masterpiece worthy to be hung at City Hall. But will the mayor agree or call it junk?Educational Objective: To recognize that a collection is not a bunch of random objects; it's a group of things that relate in a specific way. To recognize that there are a lot of different ways to compare and contrast objects. To categorize objects into groups based on their properties, such as shape, size, color. To use the attributes to sort, compare, or describe groups of objects.One cold winter's day, George and the Man with the Yellow Hat find an unexpected houseguest living in their country home -- Jumpy Squirrel! While the Man insulates their home to keep heat in and squirrels out, George worries that Jumpy's nest won't keep his friend warm enough through the winter. George decides to build Jumpy a winter proof house, and much to Jumpy's surprise, the monkey's squirrel resort is pretty cozy!Educational Objective: To be introduced to the concepts of temperature, air, and the movement of air from warmer to cooler areas. To be introduced to the concept of insulation as a means of inhibiting the natural flow of air from warmer to cooler areas. To explore the properties of various materials in relation to their insulating capacity 
Feb 25
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The The Lost Egg/Hold on Tight The Lost EggThe kids are decorating the tree house for a party. The Cat knows the world's most fantabulous decorator: Stan the bower bird! Stan teaches the kids how to decorate with almost anything--shells, leaves, and pebbles. Now they can have a party in their own fantabulously decorated tree house! Educational Objective: The bower bird builds and decorates a fancy nest called a bower. Other kinds of birds build different sorts of nests -- and birds aren't the only creatures who build nests and lay eggs. Hold on TightNick is trying to hang onto the monkey bars but can't. The Cat takes him and Sally to meet the best holder-on-ever, his tiny little friend Larry the limpet. After shrinking down to limpet size, Nick and Sally learn how to hang onto the rocks with the help of natural hand- and footholds, some sticky stuff on their feet, and plain old perseverance. Now Nick knows that in order to stay on the monkey bars, he needs to keep trying! Educational Objective: Limpets, although small, have a mighty powerful grip. 
Feb 25
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 
Feb 25
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. 
Feb 25
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Oscar's Trash Savings Plan Oscar learns to resist spending his trash and save it for a special grouch instrument. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Feb 25
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 25
11:30 AM
Sew It All That's a Wrap, Nicole Smith Create a fun and fashionable wrap skirt that fits and flatters. 
Feb 25
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.  
Feb 25
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.  
Feb 25
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 25
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Erosion and storm water runoff are unexciting topics but something we should all give considerable thought. GardenSMART has found some innovative solutions for these problems and think you'll find them helpful. 
Feb 25
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Outdoor Garden Benches and Pergolas WBGU-TV Public Television presents 13 shows of American Woodshop "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions. Season 20 re-creates restored furniture accents for every home. See the innovations that rebuild, recycle and renew beautiful spaces. Get your tools out and join Scott & Suzy to get the most out of your woodshop tools! See new tools, glues and finishes in action.So what's holding you back? Join Scott & Suzy Phillips to learn the latest in woodworking projects, tricks and tips on "Home Restorations" - Home And Away - Green Energy Solutions: the ultimate group of projects for every home, anywhere - anytime! 
Feb 25
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca's Top Chefs Oaxaca has long been known for its seven moles, unparalleled home-cooking and remarkable market fare. Lately, its restaurant reputation has skyrocketed, too. Deservedly so. Rick visits four of the top chef contenders in Oaxaca City, tours their restaurants, cooks in their kitchens and discusses the lively burgeoning scene. For starters, Chef Miguel Jimenez cooks up a batch of red chile beef and fruit stew from the Isthmus to serve inside his crispy plantain mogo mogos. Next, Chef Jose Manuel Banos creates a taco from jelled carrot filled with a chintestle and shrimp ceviche. Chef Alejandro Ruiz and his brother Jesus show Rick their dream come true: An organic farm supplying their restaurants and their employees. Their beautiful produce inspires many of their house specialties. Rick and Alejandro make a fresh salsa with the garden cilantro to go with a red chile-burnished octopus barbacoa. Last but not least, Chef Rudolfo Castellanan makes a simple mole de caderas to accompany suckling goat. All this world class cooking inspires Rick to make a signature dessert at his award-winning Chicago restaurant Topolobampo. 
Feb 25
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1806 - Steak House Favorites Chef Joe is featuring an organic rib eye steak in which he will show how to properly butcher the meat. The steak will be topped off with fresh cheese and marinated vegetables. 
Feb 25
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. 
Feb 25
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Produce On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Feb 25
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Feb 25
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Feb 25
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Feb 25
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. 
Feb 25
7:00 PM
If Not Us  
Feb 25
7:30 PM
African American Voices of Denver    
Feb 25
8:00 PM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 25
9:00 PM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 25
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions. From studios in New York city and locations around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have a "great story to tell."  
Feb 25
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Feb 25
11:00 PM
Forensics: Beyond the CSI Effect Television dramas often provide an inaccurate portrayal of how evidence is gathered and used in a criminal investigation. Learn how law enforcement applies the scientific method to their work and why this fundamental understanding outlines the basis behind the science of forensics. 
Feb 25
11:30 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. 
Feb 26
12:00 AM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 26
1:00 AM
America's Generations With Chuck Underwood    
Feb 26
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca's Top Chefs Oaxaca has long been known for its seven moles, unparalleled home-cooking and remarkable market fare. Lately, its restaurant reputation has skyrocketed, too. Deservedly so. Rick visits four of the top chef contenders in Oaxaca City, tours their restaurants, cooks in their kitchens and discusses the lively burgeoning scene. For starters, Chef Miguel Jimenez cooks up a batch of red chile beef and fruit stew from the Isthmus to serve inside his crispy plantain mogo mogos. Next, Chef Jose Manuel Banos creates a taco from jelled carrot filled with a chintestle and shrimp ceviche. Chef Alejandro Ruiz and his brother Jesus show Rick their dream come true: An organic farm supplying their restaurants and their employees. Their beautiful produce inspires many of their house specialties. Rick and Alejandro make a fresh salsa with the garden cilantro to go with a red chile-burnished octopus barbacoa. Last but not least, Chef Rudolfo Castellanan makes a simple mole de caderas to accompany suckling goat. All this world class cooking inspires Rick to make a signature dessert at his award-winning Chicago restaurant Topolobampo. 
Feb 26
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1806 - Steak House Favorites Chef Joe is featuring an organic rib eye steak in which he will show how to properly butcher the meat. The steak will be topped off with fresh cheese and marinated vegetables. 
Feb 26
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. 
Feb 26
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Produce On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Feb 26
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Feb 26
4:30 AM
Sew It All That's a Wrap, Nicole Smith Create a fun and fashionable wrap skirt that fits and flatters. 
Feb 26
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.  
Feb 26
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.  
Feb 26
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Feb 26
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Threaded Twist Threading your arm through your leg gives you stability and leverage for a great spinal twist. Round out the session with an energizing breath, Headstand, and deep relaxation.