Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Apr 26, 2015 through May 26, 2015

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Apr 26
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
Apr 26
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith. 
Apr 26
7:00 AM
TV Mass for the Homebound  The Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Apr 26
7:30 AM
Misa por TV para los confinados al hogar  Misa por TV para los confinados al hogarThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Apr 26
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Election Problem/The Littlest Chicken Problem The Election Problem - The Farm. When the Farmer holds an election to see who'll watch over the farm in his absence, Peg and Cat run against the Pig to win the votes of 100 chickensPrimary Content: Counting by fives to 50Secondary Content: More than, less thanThe Littlest Chicken Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat follow the Littlest Chicken all through Fairytale Land, as she searches for a group that's just the right size to be her new family. Primary Content: Adding 1, subtracting 1Secondary Content: The numbers 99 and 100 
Apr 26
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train An Armored Tail Tale/Pterasaur Flying Club An Armored Tail TaleThe Pteranodons tag along as Hank Ankylosaurus goes out to scout a Dinoball talent named Eugene Euoplocephalus. The kids see that Eugene is a smaller version of Hank, an armored dinosaur with a tail-club! Hank and Eugene really hit it off, and after they all play Dinoball, Eugene's invited to play on Hank's pro team!Pterosaur Flying Club Tiny and Shiny practice their swoop-de-loops and other flying moves in anticipation of their play-date with fellow Pterosaurs Petey Peteinosaurus and Quincy Quetzalcoatlus. With Buddy helping with the choreography, the Pterosaur Flying Club puts on a flying show! 
Apr 26
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Safety Patrol/Safety at the Beach Safety Patrol: Today at school, the children are learning about traffic signs. Prince Tuesday comes for a special visit, wearing his crossing guard uniform. He takes the class on a walk through the Neighborhood and they practice their safety rules all along the way.Safety at the Beach: Daniel and Katerina are playing on Jungle Beach with Mom Tiger. The children get a bit carried away by their treasure hunting play and they drift too far away from Mom. They learn that to stay safe near the water, they need to stop and listen!Theme: SafetyStrategy: Stop and listen to stay safe. 
Apr 26
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Little Red Hen "Not I!" "Not I!" "Not I!"... is all Red's friends say when she needs their help gathering apples! This is a super big problem. The Super Readers take off into the story of the Little Red Hen, whose friends won't assist her either! The Super Readers are willing to lend a hand to The Little Red Hen, but will anyone help Red?Educational Objectives: To learn the best way to get help from others, explore the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story. 
Apr 26
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid The Big Sneeze Sid's parents tell him to wash his hands to keep away germs. But Sid can't see any germs on his hands, so why should he wash them? Sid and his friends learn that germs are so small that you can't see them. And they discover that a great way to stay healthy and keep germs away is by washing their hands with soap and water! 
Apr 26
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. 
Apr 26
11:00 AM
Arthur Muffy's Art Attack/Tales from the Crib Muffy's Art Attack Arthur Ganson, real-life kinetic sculptor, guest stars in this episode about art appreciation. When Muffy sees Ganson's machines, she brags that she can make even better ones à until the artist himself shows her that art is beautiful when created out of self-expression, not competition. Tales from the Crib Vicita is upset at having to trade in her cherished crib for a big-girl bed, so D.W. shares her story of that same rite of passage. D.W. was also reluctant to make the transition to a bed without bars, but then discovered the joys - and responsibilities - of her new-found freedom. 
Apr 26
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Truman's Mad/Dog for a Day Truman's Mad When Truman sends away for a science kit, he dreams about all the new inventions he will create. But can reality really live up to his big dreams? Vocabulary(E) explore, theory, analyz(e)(ing), outcome, effect(I) note(s), lab, kit, finding(s), magnet(ism)(s)Dog for a Day TD thinks dogs have it easy - no school, no homework, no schedule - but Martha begs to differ. When the two decide to switch roles for a day, they discover that life can be surprisingly tough in someone else's shoes (or tail). Vocabulary(E) hypothesis, experiment, conclusion, compare(d), result(s)(I) human, canine, science, easy, hard(er) 
Apr 26
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Mudroom, Ventilation, Kids' Rooms Master electrician Allen Gallant shows Kevin the new LED ribbon strip lights he's using under the cabinets in the kitchen and butler's pantry. Norm and Tom build the new mudroom storage system. Richard and Tom review the critical need for ventilation in the modern, super insulated building. Wallpaper hanger Mark Pehrson shows Kevin his technique for applying wallpaper to a ceiling in one girl's room. In another daughter's bedroom, painting contractor Mauro Henrique is setting up to paint decorative stripes on an accent wall. 
Apr 26
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House Exterior Lighting Install, Main Water Shutoff Replacement Electrician Scott Caron heads to Cleveland to install some landscape lighting. Kevin, Tom, Richard and Roger ask, "What is it?" Then Richard replaces a water main shutoff. 
Apr 26
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Garage Doors See how the custom garage doors blend in with the rest of the new home's architecture as the installers overcome a challenging roof line. 
Apr 26
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  First impressions are important. Visitors, and even passersby, form opinions as they approach the front door. Join us as GardenSMART visits with several experts who share their ideas for a great looking entryway. The results are impressive, we think you'll agree. 
Apr 26
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. 
Apr 26
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Fire Up The Grill It's time to get the grill fired up as P. Allen Smith brings the garden to the barbeque. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen heads to Oklahoma where they are grilling veggies and whipping up a Mint Raspberry Iced Tea recipe that is a must try for your next gathering. Then learn how to create an elegant outdoor tablescape using gourds. 
Apr 26
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Veteran Farmers: Jacksonville, FL 518: Veteran Farmers: Jacksonville, FL (encore episode from previous season)As veterans return home from war, a troubled economy can make finding jobs in the private sector even harder. Combined with the difficulties of readjusting to "normal routines" many are finding careers in organic farming to be the perfect combination of mental therapy, healthy activity, and positive reinforcement as they re-enter the workforce, just at a time when organic farmers are needed more than ever. 
Apr 26
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Knee Replacements: New Procedures Work! The pain of arthritis can be debilitating and for many people that pain hits them in their knees and literally knocks them off their feet!! But when people have what health professionals call "end stage arthritis" in the knees—getting knee replacement surgery can have a powerful impact on their quality of life. In this program we speak to world-renown experts on knee replacement surgery to see how new procedures can make a real difference. We also speak to patients who have had knee replacement surgery and see how their lives changed after they had it done. 
Apr 26
4:00 PM
What's Cookin' in China? Follow two Californian chefs, Jessica and Laurence (Rising Star Chef award recipients) to Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, as they taste and learn how to cook traditional Sichuan cuisine from many Sichuan master chefs. Jessica and Laurence observe the preparation of many authentic regional dishes like Mapo Tofu, Kung Pao chicken, Fish Smell Pork and Fish Taste Chicken, just to name a few.... Their views on food are expanded when challenged with tasting Sichuan hotpot that contains duck and pork intestines, tongue, and liver. Jessica and Laurence also try to prepare Sichuan style food for the first time using mainly a clever and a wok. Other than food, they visit living pandas, an endangered species that originated in Sichuan. They also climb the Qingcheng Mountain to reach the birthplace of Chinese Taoism. Stay tuned for the journey of two American chefs as they experience new tastes, smells, and sights of beautiful Sichuan Province in China. 
Apr 26
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Birmingham, Part 3 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW rolls into Birmingham, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser John Buxton visit the Birmingham Museum of Art to look at a rare African wood carving from the late 19th century. Highlights include an autographed first edition copy of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird; a Titanic photograph and book tracing back to the owner's survivor relatives; and a Rolex military watch with ties to The Great Escape book and film that is appraised for $40,000 to $50,000. 
Apr 26
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Vaccine War Public health scientists and clinicians tout vaccines as one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine. But for many ordinary Americans vaccines have become controversial. Young parents are concerned at the sheer number of shots and follow alternative vaccination schedules. Other parents are choosing not to vaccinate their kids at all. And some advocacy groups view vaccines as responsible for alarming rises in certain disorders, including ADHD and autism. This is the vaccine war: On one side sits scientific medicine and the public health establishment; on the other, a populist coalition of parents, celebrities, politicians and activists. It's a war that increasingly takes place on the Internet with both sides using the latest social media tools to win the hearts and minds of the public. 
Apr 26
7:00 PM
NOVA The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies Every year, 100 million Monarch butterflies set off on an incredible journey across North America. These beautiful creatures fly 2,000 miles to reach their remote destination: a tiny area high in the mountains of Mexico. Yet scientists are still puzzling over how the butterflies achieve this tremendous feat of endurance — and how, year after year, the Monarchs navigate with such hair's-breadth precision. NOVA flies along with the Monarchs, visiting the spectacular locations they call home and meeting the dangers they encounter along the way. As this program reveals, the Monarch is a scientific marvel locked in an inspiring struggle for survival. 
Apr 26
8:00 PM
POV American Promise "American Promise" spans 13 years as Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson, middle-class African-American parents in Brooklyn, New York, turn their cameras on their son, Idris, and his best friend, Seun, who make their way through Manhattan's Dalton School, one of the most prestigious private schools in the country. Chronicling the boys' divergent paths from kindergarten through high school graduation, this provocative, intimate documentary presents complicated truths about America's struggle to come of age on issues of race, class and opportunity. Winner, U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award, 2013 Sundance Film Festival. 
Apr 26
10:00 PM
What's Cookin' in China? Follow two Californian chefs, Jessica and Laurence (Rising Star Chef award recipients) to Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, as they taste and learn how to cook traditional Sichuan cuisine from many Sichuan master chefs. Jessica and Laurence observe the preparation of many authentic regional dishes like Mapo Tofu, Kung Pao chicken, Fish Smell Pork and Fish Taste Chicken, just to name a few.... Their views on food are expanded when challenged with tasting Sichuan hotpot that contains duck and pork intestines, tongue, and liver. Jessica and Laurence also try to prepare Sichuan style food for the first time using mainly a clever and a wok. Other than food, they visit living pandas, an endangered species that originated in Sichuan. They also climb the Qingcheng Mountain to reach the birthplace of Chinese Taoism. Stay tuned for the journey of two American chefs as they experience new tastes, smells, and sights of beautiful Sichuan Province in China. 
Apr 26
11:00 PM
Taking the Long View: The Life of Shiing-shen Chern Taking the Long View: The Life of Shiing-shen Chern examines the life of a remarkable mathematician whose formidable mathematical contributions were matched by an approach and vision that helped build bridges between China and the West. The biographical documentary follows Shiing-shen Chern through many of the most dramatic events of the 20th century, portraying a man who dedicated his life to pure mathematics with the style of a classical Chinese sage.Shiing-shen Chern (1911-2004) is considered a father of modern differential geometry. 
Apr 27
12:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Mudroom, Ventilation, Kids' Rooms Master electrician Allen Gallant shows Kevin the new LED ribbon strip lights he's using under the cabinets in the kitchen and butler's pantry. Norm and Tom build the new mudroom storage system. Richard and Tom review the critical need for ventilation in the modern, super insulated building. Wallpaper hanger Mark Pehrson shows Kevin his technique for applying wallpaper to a ceiling in one girl's room. In another daughter's bedroom, painting contractor Mauro Henrique is setting up to paint decorative stripes on an accent wall. 
Apr 27
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House Exterior Lighting Install, Main Water Shutoff Replacement Electrician Scott Caron heads to Cleveland to install some landscape lighting. Kevin, Tom, Richard and Roger ask, "What is it?" Then Richard replaces a water main shutoff. 
Apr 27
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Garage Doors See how the custom garage doors blend in with the rest of the new home's architecture as the installers overcome a challenging roof line. 
Apr 27
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  First impressions are important. Visitors, and even passersby, form opinions as they approach the front door. Join us as GardenSMART visits with several experts who share their ideas for a great looking entryway. The results are impressive, we think you'll agree. 
Apr 27
2:00 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. 
Apr 27
2:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Fire Up The Grill It's time to get the grill fired up as P. Allen Smith brings the garden to the barbeque. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen heads to Oklahoma where they are grilling veggies and whipping up a Mint Raspberry Iced Tea recipe that is a must try for your next gathering. Then learn how to create an elegant outdoor tablescape using gourds. 
Apr 27
3:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Veteran Farmers: Jacksonville, FL 518: Veteran Farmers: Jacksonville, FL (encore episode from previous season)As veterans return home from war, a troubled economy can make finding jobs in the private sector even harder. Combined with the difficulties of readjusting to "normal routines" many are finding careers in organic farming to be the perfect combination of mental therapy, healthy activity, and positive reinforcement as they re-enter the workforce, just at a time when organic farmers are needed more than ever. 
Apr 27
3:30 AM
Daytripper; The Lubbock, Texas Chet heads to Lubbock and explores the Texas High Plains. After a trip through Texas Tech University and its traditions, Chet eats fried cheese and calzones at a few local hangouts, and then dives into history at the Buddy Holly Center, and the world-class archeology site Lubbock Lake Landmark. 
Apr 27
4:00 AM
Peregrine Dame, The Return to Thula Thula Rachel arrives at Thula Thula, a wild game reserve in Zululand, South Africa, at the invitation of conservationist Lawrence Anthony, only to find that circumstances have drastically changed at Thula. 
Apr 27
4:30 AM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Switzerland -- Scaling the Jungfrau Region Switzerland -- Scaling the Jungfrau RegionSurrounded by Switzerland's mountain landscape, it's easy to see why the Swiss understand the value of nature. It is not a luxury reserved for a few, but a treasure shared by all. Joseph travels into the Grindelwald Valley to experience the grandeur of Switzerland's most typically-Swiss region - the Jungfrau. Constantly shadowed by the towering heights of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau peaks, all above 12,000 feet, Joseph partakes of Swiss mountain culture at local street fairs and festivals. He gets to take part in a cheese-making demonstration and run with the goats through the streets of Wengen, a car-free mountain town. To get an up-close experience with the peaks he hikes to the Gleckstein, a mountain hut for climbers, and literally tops off his adventure with a train journey to the highest train station in Europe, the Jungfraujoch. 
Apr 27
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
Apr 27
5:30 AM
Autoline Margo Oge: The Queen of Cleaner Cars After 32 years at the Environmental Protection Agency and countless improvements in air quality, Margo Oge knew it was time to retire. But it seems she retired in title only since she appears to be as busy as ever. Ms. Oge is on several energy-related boards and commissions and released a book entitled "Driving The Future: Combating Climate Change with Cleaner, Smarter Cars." This week she joins host John McElroy and Motor Trend's Frank Markus on Autoline THIS WEEK to talk about her book and time at the EPA. 
Apr 27
5:57 AM
Head On Vaccinations This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 27
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. 
Apr 27
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 27
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 27
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
Apr 27
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Chameleons on Target Episode Description: Aviva is working on a special ring chip that will super power her "inventuring", but it's stolen by a mysterious lemur. Martin and Chris are off to the rescue and along the way, they learn about the amazing world of chameleons.Science Concept: Adaptations for finding food 
Apr 27
8:00 AM
Curious George Hundley Jr./Curious George Gets Winded What's long, low to the ground, and loves to clean milkweed off the lobby floor? Hundley's newest friend and caterpillar, Hundley Jr! But when Hundley is torn between looking after the lobby and caring for his new friend, he turns his lobby duties over - to a monkey! Educational objective: To understand that living things have life cycles. To learn about the life cycle of a butterfly. To support problem-solving through close observation. To gain respect for living things, their characteristics and their needs.Bill needs one more newspaper delivery to win the coveted Golden Pouch, but a big snowfall ruins his chances. Even with George's help, there's no way he can deliver all those papers in time. Can George's monkey-made wind sled help the duo sail to victory? Educational objective: Controlling wind power (a natural occurrence) for a useful purpose. Using recycled materials through repurposing to solve a problem. Identifying and transferring learning and experiences and finding solutions to a need. 
Apr 27
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Balancing Act/Marvelous Marbles Balancing ActSally and Nick are trying to walk across a beam in their backyard, but are having trouble staying on it! Can the Cat help? Why of course! His friend Zappa the snow leopard is an amazing balancer! He uses his big wide feet and his long tail to help him keep his balance. Nick and Sally don't have tails, but they see how Zappa moves carefully to keep his weight balanced. Now they know what to do at home. Using broomsticks to help them stay balanced, Nick and Sally are able to cross the balance beam. And just in time to have some yummy bran berry muffins!Educational Objective: How a Snow Leopard balances.Marvelous MarblesThe kids are playing with glass marbles, until one of them rolls away! It was Nick's "extra luck never miss marble", now what is he going to do? Cat will take them to a sandy beach that's full of marbles! But when they get there, all they see is sand. Cat's friend Sharky McGee explains that sand makes glass. He shows them how sand is turned into glass and all the wonderful things you can make with it. Including marbles!Educational Objective: How glass is made from tiny particles of sand, into all sorts of useful items. 
Apr 27
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 
Apr 27
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Elmer Elasmosaurus/Dinosaur Block Party Elmer ElasmosaurusThe Pteranodon family travels on the Dinosaur Train with the Aquacar to an underwater train station to transport Elmer Elasmosaurus back to his home in the ocean. At first Buddy is not enthusiastic about travelling underwater, but quickly becomes a convert when he sees the spectacular sights under the sea.Dinosaur Block PartyThe Pteranodon family hosts a block party to introduce their new neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, to all the other neighborhood creatures. The different species all join together to fly, dive, fish, race and especially, to rock the block! 
Apr 27
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 
Apr 27
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 1 In this episode, Jerry will show viewers steps of painting rock in relationship to a back-country waterfall on a textured canvas. Great for basic to advanced painters covering layout, sectional under-painting, gradation of values, and use of chisel=edge brushes. 
Apr 27
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Don't Sweater the Small Stuff Take your project from homemade to handmade. Knitter and instructor Patty Lyons shares tips to make your next sweater a success. Kate Gilbert of the Twist Collective talks about why sweaters are such popular projects. Leslye Solomon shows how to block a sweater successfully and Tanis Gray adds a feminine touch with lace picot. Vickie Howell compares neckline treatments and proportional sizing for baby sweaters. 
Apr 27
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
Apr 27
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara Penn Jillette Penn Jillette - Magician, Author, and Activist 
Apr 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." 
Apr 27
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Mudroom, Ventilation, Kids' Rooms Master electrician Allen Gallant shows Kevin the new LED ribbon strip lights he's using under the cabinets in the kitchen and butler's pantry. Norm and Tom build the new mudroom storage system. Richard and Tom review the critical need for ventilation in the modern, super insulated building. Wallpaper hanger Mark Pehrson shows Kevin his technique for applying wallpaper to a ceiling in one girl's room. In another daughter's bedroom, painting contractor Mauro Henrique is setting up to paint decorative stripes on an accent wall. 
Apr 27
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Exterior Lighting Install, Main Water Shutoff Replacement Electrician Scott Caron heads to Cleveland to install some landscape lighting. Kevin, Tom, Richard and Roger ask, "What is it?" Then Richard replaces a water main shutoff. 
Apr 27
3:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen Waste Not Want Not! Join Lidia in the kitchen as she makes use of left over lettuce by incorporating it into a creamy Risotto. Using a secondary cut of meat, she creates decadent Veal stew with Onion and Squash, and don't throw away that day old bread, use it in a tasty Bread Pudding with Pears. 
Apr 27
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Sweet Things / Cose Dolci Rhode Island State Treasurer Gina Raimondo knows her way around fiscal cliffs and the family kitchen too as she and Mary Ann create an elegant Torta Margherita alla Crema di Caffe'. Then Mary Ann commits a calorie-cost overrun with her irresistible Chocolate Mousse, but Gina seconds Mary Ann's motion to dismiss - to enjoy this dessert instead. 
Apr 27
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated At the Seafood Counter Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Garlicky Roasted Shrimp with Parsley and Anise at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cast-iron skillets and Dutch ovens in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to making the best Oven-Steamed Mussels. 
Apr 27
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dessert on Bourbon Street Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for sugar shakers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grits. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making perfect Beignets at home. 
Apr 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. 
Apr 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. 
Apr 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. 
Apr 27
6:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
Apr 27
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Pandora's Box In 1947, Guy returns to India on the eve of independence to observe the last days of British rule. He discovers that Merrick had married Susan, but was subsequently killed. Suspicious, he investigates. 
Apr 27
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 4 When Locksley makes a surprise move, Harry ups the stakes. Princess Marie makes her own move. Victor and Violette are caught off guard. 
Apr 27
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Into The Dark This episode features the short film, "A Better Place Than This" by Daniel Grove. It follows an executioner on Singapore's death row who tries to help a young convict accept her fate, even though it means facing his own demons. 
Apr 27
9:30 PM
On Story Fargo & True Detective: Television Anthologies True Detective director, Cary Fukunaga, and Fargo creator, Noah Hawley, discuss the rise of the television anthology series and how to execute a compelling balance of plot, character, and structure within the bounds of one season. Followed by Elaine Poon's short film, Entrain about Laurent, a young man who absorbed in his own world, draws the attention of a fellow train passenger who shares his interest in rhythm, despite their obvious language barrier. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 27
10:57 PM
Head On Netanyahu Addresss Congress This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 27
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Pandora's Box In 1947, Guy returns to India on the eve of independence to observe the last days of British rule. He discovers that Merrick had married Susan, but was subsequently killed. Suspicious, he investigates. 
Apr 28
12:00 AM
The Typist "The Typist" follows the life and work of Larry Tillemans, believed to be the last living clerk-typist from the Nuremberg Trials. As a sergeant in the U.S. 3rd Army, it was Larry's duty to document the testimony of victims and perpetrators of the Holocaust - information that deeply affected the young Midwesterner. After years of carrying this emotional burden, Larry decided to share his experiences with as many people as possible, a tireless effort that brought one man's voice to a world that sometimes struggles to remember the lessons of the past. 
Apr 28
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Mudroom, Ventilation, Kids' Rooms Master electrician Allen Gallant shows Kevin the new LED ribbon strip lights he's using under the cabinets in the kitchen and butler's pantry. Norm and Tom build the new mudroom storage system. Richard and Tom review the critical need for ventilation in the modern, super insulated building. Wallpaper hanger Mark Pehrson shows Kevin his technique for applying wallpaper to a ceiling in one girl's room. In another daughter's bedroom, painting contractor Mauro Henrique is setting up to paint decorative stripes on an accent wall. 
Apr 28
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House Exterior Lighting Install, Main Water Shutoff Replacement Electrician Scott Caron heads to Cleveland to install some landscape lighting. Kevin, Tom, Richard and Roger ask, "What is it?" Then Richard replaces a water main shutoff. 
Apr 28
2:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Waste Not Want Not! Join Lidia in the kitchen as she makes use of left over lettuce by incorporating it into a creamy Risotto. Using a secondary cut of meat, she creates decadent Veal stew with Onion and Squash, and don't throw away that day old bread, use it in a tasty Bread Pudding with Pears. 
Apr 28
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Sweet Things / Cose Dolci Rhode Island State Treasurer Gina Raimondo knows her way around fiscal cliffs and the family kitchen too as she and Mary Ann create an elegant Torta Margherita alla Crema di Caffe'. Then Mary Ann commits a calorie-cost overrun with her irresistible Chocolate Mousse, but Gina seconds Mary Ann's motion to dismiss - to enjoy this dessert instead. 
Apr 28
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated At the Seafood Counter Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Garlicky Roasted Shrimp with Parsley and Anise at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cast-iron skillets and Dutch ovens in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to making the best Oven-Steamed Mussels. 
Apr 28
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dessert on Bourbon Street Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for sugar shakers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grits. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making perfect Beignets at home. 
Apr 28
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 1 In this episode, Jerry will show viewers steps of painting rock in relationship to a back-country waterfall on a textured canvas. Great for basic to advanced painters covering layout, sectional under-painting, gradation of values, and use of chisel=edge brushes. 
Apr 28
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Don't Sweater the Small Stuff Take your project from homemade to handmade. Knitter and instructor Patty Lyons shares tips to make your next sweater a success. Kate Gilbert of the Twist Collective talks about why sweaters are such popular projects. Leslye Solomon shows how to block a sweater successfully and Tanis Gray adds a feminine touch with lace picot. Vickie Howell compares neckline treatments and proportional sizing for baby sweaters. 
Apr 28
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Terrorism Roundtable, Part I This week Dennis Wholey hosts a roundtable discussion focused on Terrorism with 4 Washington experts. The conversation examines many aspects of terrorism as a global phenomenon but also as an emerging part of life in the United States. The experts are all devoted to the fields of Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and National Security. Guests include Lisa Curtis from The Heritage Foundation, Rick "Ozzie" Nelson from the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Brian Katulis from the Center for American Progress and John Sawyer, Ph.d. from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism program at the University of Maryland. 
Apr 28
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's weekly globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face. 
Apr 28
5:56 AM
Head On Mayor Hancock Unopposed This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 28
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. 
Apr 28
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 28
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 28
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
Apr 28
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Lemur Stink Fight Episode Description: While in Madagascar, the Wild Kratts hear signs of a dispute between two troops of Ring-tailed lemurs. So they set out to figure out just what these two lemur groups are arguing about.Science Concept: Scent As Communication - animals use scent as a type of communication. 
Apr 28
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Lawn Service/Curious Goes on a Scavenger Hunt George and Allie are crazy about Mr. Renkins' new kids - baby goats named Suzie and Sammy. But when the goats keep escaping their pen and chewing on everything in sight, can George and Allie find a way to keep their friends penned up? / It's a race around the city as George, Marco and Chef Pisghetti go on a shape-finding scavenger hunt to raise money for the animal shelter. They find rectangles, stars and circles. But how are they ever going to find 100 diamonds? 
Apr 28
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. 
Apr 28
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Blockette Problem/The Tulip Problem The Blockette Problem - Radio City Music Hall. When their demanding pal Richard is directing the Radio City Music Hall Blockettes, Peg and Cat find a way to make the set perfectly symmetrical.Primary Content: SymmetrySecondary Content: Associate events with hot and cold temperatures, heightThe Tulip Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Neighbor Ladies Connie and Viv have a tiff, Peg and Cat make peace by making sure each has the same number of flowers.Primary Content: Subtraction, greater than/less thanSecondary Content: The equals sign 
Apr 28
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Carla Cretoxyrhina/Train Trouble Carla CretoxyrhinaOn this underwater excursion, the Pteranodon family meets up with Carla Cretoxyrhina, a young shark who turns out to be much nicer than her reputation suggests. She introduces the family to her dad, bringing them face to face with the "Big Fish in the Sea."Train TroubleThe speedy dinosaur brothers Oren and Ollie join our kids on a train trip to Troodon Town, but unplanned engine trouble sends Oren and Ollie sprinting the Roundhouse to bring back another engine to save the day! 
Apr 28
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Abby Schools in Cool Mando and Abby help Rosita, Elmo, and Telly see the value of being themselves and doing things that make them happy. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Apr 28
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Forest Radiance Forest Radiance 
Apr 28
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Perceptions and Approaches to Quilting Today We all take different steps to get us to the same end result, which is a project and technique we love. Susan Brubaker Knapp begins with an image first and then transforms it into a quilt. Next, designer Ebony Love utilizes a fabric die cutter as her key element to accomplish fusible, needle turn and mock needle turn appliqué. Last is Sophie Rubin a young quilter with a grown up perspective on seeing trends. 
Apr 28
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
Apr 28
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 28
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New Hampshire 519: Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New HampshireChain grocery stores are only interested in food that ships well and stores long. That is why with over 2,500 different types of apples grown in the United States, only 6 can be found in the typical store. But by eating local and in season, we are exposed to incredible flavors not found anywhere else and we can savor the food products of creative artisans who only source local ingredients. In this episode, we visit an organic farmer who sells 70 different varieties of heirloom apples to learn the secrets of peak flavor and how we can grow some of these varieties ourselves. And we visit a nano-brewery who takes production full circle by only sourcing local grains, fruits and vegetables while repurposing all their byproducts back to local farmers. 
Apr 28
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. 
Apr 28
3:00 PM
Essential Pepin Veg-In! #104 Veg-In! Ragout Of Asparagus Zucchini And Tomato Gratin Cauliflower GratinArtichoke Hearts HelenCorn Tempura 
Apr 28
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Lauren Groveman, founder of Lauren Groveman's Kitchen, Inc., prepares bagels, matzos and pumpernickel loaves. 
Apr 28
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Focaccia and Pizza Everyone loves pizza, and making it at home can be easy and fun. Martha teaches you how to make a crisp, oven-dried heirloom tomato pizza, a delectable grape focaccia, a thin tarte flambée, and a three-cheese gluten-free calzone. 
Apr 28
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Thanksgiving 101 Every Thanksgiving, America tunes in to hear Sara Moulton answer their turkey questions live, and now her public television viewers will get her infallible guidance. She covers the essentials of how to buy, defrost, brine, roast and time the bird in Top 10 Thanksgiving Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. Your Thanksgiving dilemmas are solved with Sara's One-Size-Fits-All Stuffing (you pick the mix-ins!); how to prep delicious wine-infused Gravy in Advance and how to keep and re-heat tasty Mashed Potatoes. Sara is your one-stop shop for Thanksgiving advice! 
Apr 28
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
Apr 28
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
Apr 28
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
Apr 28
6:57 PM
Head On Colorado Legislative Session 2015 This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 28
7:00 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. 
Apr 28
7:30 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. 
Apr 28
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Hour 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stephen Fletcher travel to the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to learn about arts and crafts made by Japanese and Japanese Americans interned in camps during World War II. Highlights include an Italian hotel proprietor's autograph book that includes signatures from John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain; a Margaret Keane "Big Eye" painting; and a collection of 1936-1939 Edward Weston photographs, previously owned by Academy Award-winning special effects artist Warren Newcombe, and now valued at $180,000 to $260,000. 
Apr 28
9:00 PM
Pride & Joy Filmmaker Joe York spotlights the tradition-bearers of Southern foodways, presenting intimate portraits of men and women who grow, prepare and serve Southern food and drink. He examines themes related to foodways, sense of place, civil rights, gender, family dynamics and diversity in the modern American South. What do foodways tell us about what it means to be a Southerner? How and why do traditional foodways endure? As America's ethnic and racial make-up shifts, how do regional foodways change? 
Apr 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." 
Apr 28
10:57 PM
Head On Net Neutrality This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 28
11:00 PM
Beyond the Light Switch Part 3 In this new episode of Beyond the Light Switch, we focus on how the electrification of the American economy - in transportation, shipping, airlines even in the U.S. military. Our host, Scientific American's David Biello, journeys across the country to examine America's switch to electrification as a key strategy in reducing our foreign oil dependence while achieving our economic, environmental and energy security goals.Our journey begins in Iraq where moving diesel fuel in order to generate electricity became that war's most dangerous occupation. From the Middle East David looks at the Pentagon's role in advancing energy technology. He'll then travel to one of the busiest ports in the world - the Port of Los Angeles, then onto Austin, Texas, to a neighborhood that boasts the highest concentration of electric vehicles in the country. Then it's off to Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Berkeley, California all in the search for signs of a new energy future. 
Apr 29
12:00 AM
Pride & Joy Filmmaker Joe York spotlights the tradition-bearers of Southern foodways, presenting intimate portraits of men and women who grow, prepare and serve Southern food and drink. He examines themes related to foodways, sense of place, civil rights, gender, family dynamics and diversity in the modern American South. What do foodways tell us about what it means to be a Southerner? How and why do traditional foodways endure? As America's ethnic and racial make-up shifts, how do regional foodways change? 
Apr 29
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New Hampshire 519: Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New HampshireChain grocery stores are only interested in food that ships well and stores long. That is why with over 2,500 different types of apples grown in the United States, only 6 can be found in the typical store. But by eating local and in season, we are exposed to incredible flavors not found anywhere else and we can savor the food products of creative artisans who only source local ingredients. In this episode, we visit an organic farmer who sells 70 different varieties of heirloom apples to learn the secrets of peak flavor and how we can grow some of these varieties ourselves. And we visit a nano-brewery who takes production full circle by only sourcing local grains, fruits and vegetables while repurposing all their byproducts back to local farmers. 
Apr 29
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. 
Apr 29
2:00 AM
Essential Pepin Veg-In! #104 Veg-In! Ragout Of Asparagus Zucchini And Tomato Gratin Cauliflower GratinArtichoke Hearts HelenCorn Tempura 
Apr 29
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia  Lauren Groveman, founder of Lauren Groveman's Kitchen, Inc., prepares bagels, matzos and pumpernickel loaves. 
Apr 29
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Focaccia and Pizza Everyone loves pizza, and making it at home can be easy and fun. Martha teaches you how to make a crisp, oven-dried heirloom tomato pizza, a delectable grape focaccia, a thin tarte flambée, and a three-cheese gluten-free calzone. 
Apr 29
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Thanksgiving 101 Every Thanksgiving, America tunes in to hear Sara Moulton answer their turkey questions live, and now her public television viewers will get her infallible guidance. She covers the essentials of how to buy, defrost, brine, roast and time the bird in Top 10 Thanksgiving Mistakes and How to Avoid Them. Your Thanksgiving dilemmas are solved with Sara's One-Size-Fits-All Stuffing (you pick the mix-ins!); how to prep delicious wine-infused Gravy in Advance and how to keep and re-heat tasty Mashed Potatoes. Sara is your one-stop shop for Thanksgiving advice! 
Apr 29
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Forest Radiance Forest Radiance 
Apr 29
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Perceptions and Approaches to Quilting Today We all take different steps to get us to the same end result, which is a project and technique we love. Susan Brubaker Knapp begins with an image first and then transforms it into a quilt. Next, designer Ebony Love utilizes a fabric die cutter as her key element to accomplish fusible, needle turn and mock needle turn appliqué. Last is Sophie Rubin a young quilter with a grown up perspective on seeing trends. 
Apr 29
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
Apr 29
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
Apr 29
5:56 AM
Head On Vaccinations This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 29
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. 
Apr 29
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 29
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
Apr 29
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Capture the Fishmobile Episode Description: When Aviva unveils her new Fishmobile invention, designed to keep up with the rapid, precise movements of schooling fish, Chris and Martin challenge the gang to a brand new creature game.Science Concept: Animal specializations to catch food. 
Apr 29
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. 
Apr 29
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. 
Apr 29
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Groovy Sixties Problem/Bad Jack is Back The Groovy Sixties Problem - Woodstock. Peg and Cat help Peg's hippy Grandmom create a groovy birthday present for Granddad based on his favorite numbers: the sixties. Primary Content: Counting in the sixtiesSecondary Content: Using simple shapes to make complex shapes, counting by tensBad Jack is Back - Wild West. When Bad Jack returns with his gang to tickle the townspeople, a surprise guest shows Peg and Cat how to fend off the bad guys' six feathers with four feathers. Primary Content: Different combinations adding up to 10Secondary Content: Using maps 
Apr 29
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Tiny's Fishing Friend/Butterflies TINY'S FISHING FRIENDTiny can't believe it when he finds out that his friend Cindy Cimolestes doesn't like fish, but she explains that she's a mammal and many mammals don't eat fish. Determined, Tiny sets out to find a mammal in the Mesozoic who likes fish, so she, Buddy, Cindy and Dad set out on a fishing trip, where they run into Cassie Castrocauda, a Jurassic mammal that looks like a cross between a beaver, an otter and a platypus, who also happens to love fish!Educational Objective: Castrocauda was a large beaver-platypus-like mammal from the Jurassic period. It was covered with fur, and had webbed feet and a broad flat tail it used to swim. It had many teeth for catching fish. Castrocauda is the earliest known mammal discovered that lived partially in water.BUTTERFLIESOne morning at the family nest, Don befriends a Butterfly that he names Dan. Don, Buddy, Tiny and Shiny watch Dan and three "sibling" butterflies fly around. The other three butterflies flutter away, leaving Dan with our kids. Don feels for the separated butterfly and vows to re-unite it with his siblings. The whole time the kids search, Don keeps an eye on Dan, who camouflages himself when any threat (birds or a frog) are nearby. At the end of the day, our family is amazed when Dan's family comes out from hiding in a flower headband Tiny made, where they were camouflaged in with the flowers!Educational Objective: Butterflies use their color patterns to blend in with leaves, etc. as a defense against predators. The colorful wings are also used to attract other butterflies. Many butterflies have eyespots on their wings that are also used to distract any possible predator. 
Apr 29
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.  
Apr 29
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 29
11:30 AM
Sew It All Cute Combo, Nicole Blum Create a tank top combining a knit and woven fabric for the ultimate in style and comfort. 
Apr 29
12:00 PM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
Apr 29
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 29
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Gardeners love to share their gardens and their garden stories. GardenSMART visits one spectacular garden where the ideas and lessons stimulate thought as well as inspiration. We enjoyed the experience and think you will too. Join us. 
Apr 29
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Segmented Wood Lidded Box Split turnings join reclaimed woods to make magic. 
Apr 29
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
Apr 29
3:30 PM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care Over 400,000 people in New York State go hungry every year. In this episode join Chef Joe as he reaches out to the community to feed the hungry. Chef Joe joins forces with God's Love We Deliver, which is an organization that provides food for the hungry. Back in the test kitchen, Chef Joe prepares an organic flat iron steak with chorizo apple rice on the side. 
Apr 29
4:00 PM
Food Forward The Meat of the Matter Cheap meat is actually quite costly, taking its toll on America's health and the environment. The good news is it's now possible to have your steak and eat it, too. FOOD FORWARD meets a new breed of ranchers who are leading the red meat revolution by returning to traditional styles of raising cattle. Iowan bison ranchers, Georgian cattlemen and Californian cowgirls all have one thing in common — grass. 
Apr 29
4:30 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. 
Apr 29
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
Apr 29
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
Apr 29
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
Apr 29
6:57 PM
Head On Netanyahu Addresss Congress This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 29
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE American Terrorist : FRONTLINE investigates American-born terrorist David Coleman Headley, who helped plan the deadly 2008 siege on Mumbai. In collaboration with ProPublica, the film reveals how secret electronic surveillance missed catching the Mumbai plotters, and how Headley planned another Charlie Hebdo-like assault against a Danish newspaper. 
Apr 29
8:30 PM
Historic Green Village: Generating the Future, Treasuring the Past HISTORIC GREEN VILLAGE: Generating the Future, Treasuring the Past is a 30-minute documentary that explores how the Historic Green Village on Anna Maria Island, Florida has become a showcase for sustainable living, electrical generation and water conservation by recycling and renovating historic buildings in the area.Mike and Lizzie Thrasher ran a highly successful baby food company in their native country of Britain. They vacationed on the idyllic barrier island of Anna Maria in South West Florida. They fell in love with the area, sold their business and used the proceeds to develop a real estate business in Anna Maria. Their showcase location is the Historic Green Village in the heart of the community. The village consists of two original remodeled buildings, one new building and two homes that were moved to the site from different parts of the island.The Thrashers had two major goals for the project: to become LEED Certified Platinum and to have a Net Zero Campus. What does all this mean? The buildings would use as little electricity as possible, generate their own electricity, adhere to strict environmental usage of water, and be part of a community that has a limited impact on the environment. They had many challenges along the way including having a bakery and a café on site which are both heavy power consumers. 
Apr 29
9:00 PM
American Experience War of the Worlds On Sunday, October 30, 1938, the night before Halloween, millions of Americans gathered around their radios and heard a news bulletin about strange explosions on Mars, followed by other reports that led them to believe an alien invasion was in progress. Relive the thrill of Orson Welles' infamous radio dramatization of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds, 75 years after it set off one of the biggest mass hysteria events in U.S. history. The film examines the elements that made America ripe for the hoax: America's longtime fascination with life on Mars; the emergence of radio as a powerful new medium; the shocking Hindenburg explosion of 1937; and Welles himself, the 23-year-old wunderkind director of the drama and mischief-maker supreme. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 29
10:57 PM
Head On Mayor Hancock Unopposed This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 29
11:00 PM
Zero Energy America  Zero Energy America is two one-hour documentaries that explore the quest for the zero-energy home. This look inside alternative technology and solutions for the energy crisis in America and abroad finds solutions around the world that show promise and hope for a new tomorrow in which a home of any size can be built that not only lowers overall energy consumption, but actually finds ways to create excess power. The program follows the quest of a Florida home builder to redefine his company by throwing out 50 years of building history to construct a home on Florida's West Coast using lessons learned by exploring projects here in America and around the world. The documentaries explore each phase of construction and how the right decisions in construction and material can lead to a sustainable zero energy home. The concept of the zero-energy home is to leverage emerging and current technologies that create the possibility of a home or building of any size being self sufficient on energy. The documentary explores both small and large projects around the world that are working hard to find alternative energy solutions from Project Frog that builds zero-energy schools and public centers to Sonoma Mountain Village in California that is redeveloping 750,000 square feet of industrial development into a sustainable mixed use community. The program covers BedZed, one of the first energy efficient multi-family homes projects in dEngland and its successes and failures that led to a new development that met the goals where BedZed failed. The documentaries also explore what government can do to assist in the development of the technologies and solutions. In today's world of energy wars, global warming and oil dependency, it's time that people begin to look to alternative energy sources and America has the greatest chance for impact with the means, the population, and the ability to make this difference now. Zero Energy America shows the way to get there, demonstrate the solutions by visiting real world working examples and addresses the problems head on. The zero energy home is attainable today... and this documentary proves that a Zero Energy America can be our tomorrow. 
Apr 30
12:00 AM
Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild A Long Hard Struggle This two-part documentary, based on the book of the same name by Nebraska photographer Michael Forsberg, examines the remaining "wildness" in the states that compose the Great Plains. The program captures the places and creatures that survive after 150 years of settlement, as well as the people who care for and preserve this fragile ecosystem. Featuring brilliant and stunning imagery, and based on Forsberg's book of the same name, Great Plains showcases the heart of our continent; from the shrinking grasslands of Missouri Coteau of North Dakota, to Texas' playa wetlands stressed by a decade of drought, to the Conata Basin of South Dakota where the Black Footed Ferret teeters on the brink of extinction. 
Apr 30
1:00 AM
Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild We Live with the Land This two-part documentary, based on the book of the same name by Nebraska photographer Michael Forsberg, examines the remaining "wildness" in the states that compose the Great Plains. The program captures the places and creatures that survive after 150 years of settlement, as well as the people who care for and preserve this fragile ecosystem. Featuring brilliant and stunning imagery, and based on Forsberg's book of the same name, Great Plains showcases the heart of our continent; from the stunning beauty and challenging weather of a canoe trip on the Montana's Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument, to South Dakota rancher Dan O'Brien's partnership with tribal groups to slaughter and market grass-fed bison, to Colorado rancher Duke Phillips' use of cattle grazing as a habitat conservation tool. 
Apr 30
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
Apr 30
2:30 AM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care Over 400,000 people in New York State go hungry every year. In this episode join Chef Joe as he reaches out to the community to feed the hungry. Chef Joe joins forces with God's Love We Deliver, which is an organization that provides food for the hungry. Back in the test kitchen, Chef Joe prepares an organic flat iron steak with chorizo apple rice on the side. 
Apr 30
3:00 AM
Food Forward The Meat of the Matter Cheap meat is actually quite costly, taking its toll on America's health and the environment. The good news is it's now possible to have your steak and eat it, too. FOOD FORWARD meets a new breed of ranchers who are leading the red meat revolution by returning to traditional styles of raising cattle. Iowan bison ranchers, Georgian cattlemen and Californian cowgirls all have one thing in common — grass. 
Apr 30
3:30 AM
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. 
Apr 30
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 30
4:30 AM
Sew It All Cute Combo, Nicole Blum Create a tank top combining a knit and woven fabric for the ultimate in style and comfort. 
Apr 30
5:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
Apr 30
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
Apr 30
5:57 AM
Head On Colorado Legislative Session 2015 This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 30
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. 
Apr 30
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 30
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
Apr 30
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
Apr 30
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Attack of the Tree Eating Aliens The Wild Kratts get an urgent call from a group of North American Wild Kratts kids telling them almost all of the trees in the forest are dying. It's a race against time to solve the mystery and help the forest and the creatures who live there.Science Concept: Alien species. 
Apr 30
8:00 AM
Curious George For the Birds/Curious George-asaurus For the Birds: George loves feeding the birds, but they must be starving, because all the seeds keep disappearing! Perplexed, George returns with more food, only to find a big, bushy tail sticking out of the feeder. It's Jumpy Squirrel, caught in the act of eating all the seeds! George tries to squirrel-proof the birdhouse, moving it further from the tree trunk, clearing away freestanding objects, and even developing a pulley laundry line system to hang it from. But to no avail - that squirrel can climb - and apparently eat - anything! Why does Jumpy keep taking the seeds? Has his appetite suddenly grown - or maybe they're not all for him?EDU OBJ: To illustrate that all products and systems are subject to failure; and that many can be fixed through troubleshooting.George-asaurus: Professor Wiseman needs the Man with the Yellow Hat's help to assemble some rare dinosaur bones into a skeleton in time for an important archaeologist, Dr. Raj Desai, to see them. Wiseman and the Man finish the task and meet Dr. Desai for lunch. Meanwhile, George and Gnocchi play outside with a toy plane, which floats though a window--landing on the newly assembled dinosaur. When George climbs the fragile bones to retrieve it, the entire skeleton collapses! Using another dinosaur as a model, George is able to organize, sort, and piece together the bones back into its proper form. But how will Dr. Desai feel about a monkey working on his precious dinosaur bones, especially when the wrong head ends up on the dinosaur's skeleton?EDU OBJ: To sort and classify bones based on their shape and size. To develop an understanding of symmetry by reassembling the dinosaur bones so that each bone on one side of the body matches the equivalent bone on the other side (e.g., size, shape, location). 
Apr 30
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. 
Apr 30
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Chicken Problem/The Space Creature Problem The Chicken Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees.Primary Content: Size correspondenceSecondary Content: The number 100The Space Creature Problem - The Purple Planet. Peg, Cat and Richard must get the 100 chickens away from Big Mouth and back to their spaceship.Primary Content: Counting by tensSecondary Content: The number 100 
Apr 30
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Best Ever Babysitter/Plant a Tree BEST EVER BABYSITTERBuddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don are excited that Keira Chirostenotes gets to babysit them for the night while Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon go out for a dinner on the Dinosaur Night Train. Keira shows the kids how a dead log's decomposition provides food and shelter for many living creatures. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon are gleeful as they enjoy their date, exploring the Dinosaur Train's other compartments. Mom and Dad return from their date to find their kids filled with more smiles than when they left them and, later, their pillows filled with several of the little bugs from underneath the decomposing log.Educational Objective: After a tree is felled and dies, it provides more food for insects and other creatures than when it was living. Among the creatures that (reside under and) feed off decomposing trees are cockroaches, slugs, ants, spiders, beetles, etc.PLANT A TREEThe Pteranodon kids are spending the day with Grandma and Grandpa Pteranodon! On the Dinosaur Train on the way to their grandparents', Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don learn about sycamore trees. Grandma and Grandpa are so excited to have a whole day with their grandparents and doubly-excited to do a special "project" with them. They bring the kids to a field lined with sycamore trees and show them one tall one in particular that was planted by their Dad when he was a kid! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don get to plant their own sycamore saplings and vow to visit their trees to track their growth as the months and years go by! Educational Objective: Sycamores are generally tall (90-150 feet), deciduous trees that originated in the Cretaceous and have survived to the present day. 
Apr 30
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 
Apr 30
11:00 AM
Creative Living Patty Dunn and Nancy Siler Fish: It's So Versatile and according to Pat Baird , registered dietitian, fish has nutrition benefits that other foods just don't have. It's also easy to prepare and kid-friendly! Baird represents the National Fisheries Institute. Designer and seamstress, Patty Dunn will show purse samples made from old jeans and scraps, demonstrate cutting jeans, using the zipper in other ways with plan options for lay out. She is the owner of All Dunn Designs. Nancy Siler represents Wilton Brands , and she's going to demonstrate how to make Treat Pops, which are sweet, individual servings of cake layered with icing or a favorite filling and topped with a festive accent suitable for any occasion. 
Apr 30
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Appliqué—Large & Small, Part 1 Put a new twist on appliqué with innovative techniques that make a creative impact.Mary Mulari, "Queen of Applique," guest hosts as Nancy takes a well deserved break. Mary details easy up-to-date appliques. She features many new techniques using "chips to chunks" of fabric, texturing, and even Kaleidoscope ideas. 
Apr 30
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
Apr 30
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick James Darren - Goodbye Cruel World James Darren was an international star before the age of 20. Known throughout the world for being Gidget's boyfriend "Moon Doggie" in all the Gidget Films he turned that fame into becoming a pop star recording artist and a serious director. We'll talk about his long and varied career and what he's currently up to these days. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 30
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. 
Apr 30
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Gone Fishing Fresh fish is on the menu in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table. Also tips on growing cabbage and using it to create a delicious Cole Slaw. Plus, a fishing trip in the Arkansas Delta in search of crappie. 
Apr 30
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School The Grind Ground meat is as accessible as it is economical. In this episode, Martha uses it to make her mother's sweet and tangy glazed meatloaf. Then butcher Pat LaFrieda joins her to demonstrate the technique for grinding meat at home to make sweet and hot Italian-style pork sausage. Learn how to make burgers using a custom blend of meats, and giant meatballs with ricotta. Each of these recipes is guaranteed to please family and friends alike. 
Apr 30
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. 
Apr 30
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Land of Fish and Apples Tina visits Hardanger, the fjord valley known as Norway's orchard. In spring, the valley provides an abundance of wild herbs and edible flowers. High atop a glacier, Tina makes a Norwegian drink and serves it with local fjord trout. 
Apr 30
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Florence, Italy Burt, travel expert Steve Perillo and Burt's youngest son Nicholas, spend a week in Florence, learning how to buy gloves that fit properly, who makes the finest jewelry boxes, and the art of coloring marbled paper. They visit the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum and discover why Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo, Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Bacall, Sophia Loren, and Julia Roberts wore his shoes in their movies. They find out how product placement influenced the artworks of the Renaissance and tour the great tourist attractions of the city. 
Apr 30
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
Apr 30
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
Apr 30
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
Apr 30
6:57 PM
Head On Net Neutrality This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 30
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Poland Megan McCormick discovers the rich folklore and history of Poland. She visits the humble church where Pope John Paul II served as a young priest, discovers anti-Communist sculptures in Wroclaw, and hunts for amber on the Pomeranian coast. She explores the baroque streets of Gdansk, boards a galleon along the River Motlawa and re-enacts the ancient battles in Gniew. She explores Hitler's command post in Ketzryn and kayaks through the Augustow canal to the Belarussian border. 
Apr 30
8:00 PM
NOVA The Bible's Buried Secrets This special investigates the origins of the ancient Israelites, the evolution of their belief in one God and the creation of the Bible. More than a century of literary detective work and decades of archeological excavation in the Holy Land challenge viewers with provocative insights, including that most Israelites worshiped pagan gods and many believed that God had a wife, who was venerated as an idol. "The Bible's Buried Secrets" is a story of science, history and faith. 
Apr 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." 
Apr 30
10:57 PM
Head On Vaccinations This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
Apr 30
11:00 PM
Conducting Hope Today, 2.3 million people in the United States — an all-time high — call prison home. Nearly two-thirds of inmates will face re-arrest within three years, and nearly 50 percent will return to prison. In response to these disheartening statistics, one innovative program in Kansas aims to reduce the high rate of recidivism in an unexpected way — through the power of music. CONDUCTING HOPE reveals the story behind the East Hill Singers, the only secular prison choir in the country allowed to perform outside prison gates. During the documentary, choir director (and former opera singer) Kirk Carson works tirelessly to prepare the men — minimum security inmates at Lansing Correctional Facility — for an upcoming public performance alongside community volunteers and former inmates. Carson's passion never wavers despite the challenges of turning the novices into concert-ready singers capable of performing a repertoire ranging from traditional choral to contemporary music to a "rap of redemption." For many of the inmates, whose offenses range from drug-related crimes to burglary, rape and murder, the choir teaches valuable real-world lessons about discipline, responsibility and teamwork. These traits, along with a newfound self-esteem, confidence and pride, eventually may ultimately help ease the men's reintegration back into society. 
May 1
12:00 AM
Tracks of Imagination It's not the holidays without a fantastic model train. This December, ride the miniature rails as we follow the creative team of Applied Imagination. This Alexandria, Kentucky-based studio creates spectacular holiday and seasonal train displays that delight crowds at botanical gardens across the United States. Their work has delighted visitors to botanical gardens in Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, and many other cities. These spectacular holiday and seasonal garden railway displays combine model trains with an array of miniature buildings—many of them city landmarks, all of which are historically accurate, architecturally correct, and created completely from botanical materials. The program also focuses on founder Paul Busse and his lifelong love of trains and shows the collaborative process that he and his team undertake to envision, create, and install one of their elaborate displays. 
May 1
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. 
May 1
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Gone Fishing Fresh fish is on the menu in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table. Also tips on growing cabbage and using it to create a delicious Cole Slaw. Plus, a fishing trip in the Arkansas Delta in search of crappie. 
May 1
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School The Grind Ground meat is as accessible as it is economical. In this episode, Martha uses it to make her mother's sweet and tangy glazed meatloaf. Then butcher Pat LaFrieda joins her to demonstrate the technique for grinding meat at home to make sweet and hot Italian-style pork sausage. Learn how to make burgers using a custom blend of meats, and giant meatballs with ricotta. Each of these recipes is guaranteed to please family and friends alike. 
May 1
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. 
May 1
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Land of Fish and Apples Tina visits Hardanger, the fjord valley known as Norway's orchard. In spring, the valley provides an abundance of wild herbs and edible flowers. High atop a glacier, Tina makes a Norwegian drink and serves it with local fjord trout. 
May 1
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Florence, Italy Burt, travel expert Steve Perillo and Burt's youngest son Nicholas, spend a week in Florence, learning how to buy gloves that fit properly, who makes the finest jewelry boxes, and the art of coloring marbled paper. They visit the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum and discover why Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo, Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Bacall, Sophia Loren, and Julia Roberts wore his shoes in their movies. They find out how product placement influenced the artworks of the Renaissance and tour the great tourist attractions of the city. 
May 1
4:00 AM
Creative Living Patty Dunn and Nancy Siler Fish: It's So Versatile and according to Pat Baird , registered dietitian, fish has nutrition benefits that other foods just don't have. It's also easy to prepare and kid-friendly! Baird represents the National Fisheries Institute. Designer and seamstress, Patty Dunn will show purse samples made from old jeans and scraps, demonstrate cutting jeans, using the zipper in other ways with plan options for lay out. She is the owner of All Dunn Designs. Nancy Siler represents Wilton Brands , and she's going to demonstrate how to make Treat Pops, which are sweet, individual servings of cake layered with icing or a favorite filling and topped with a festive accent suitable for any occasion. 
May 1
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Appliqué—Large & Small, Part 1 Put a new twist on appliqué with innovative techniques that make a creative impact.Mary Mulari, "Queen of Applique," guest hosts as Nancy takes a well deserved break. Mary details easy up-to-date appliques. She features many new techniques using "chips to chunks" of fabric, texturing, and even Kaleidoscope ideas. 
May 1
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 1
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick James Darren - Goodbye Cruel World James Darren was an international star before the age of 20. Known throughout the world for being Gidget's boyfriend "Moon Doggie" in all the Gidget Films he turned that fame into becoming a pop star recording artist and a serious director. We'll talk about his long and varied career and what he's currently up to these days. 
May 1
5:57 AM
Head On Vaccinations This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
May 1
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. 
May 1
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 1
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 1
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
May 1
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Road Runner Koki wants to leave the Sonoran Desert to resupply the Tortuga, but Chris and Martin don't want to go until they track down a mysterious lizard. But they'll need the help - and powers - of their friend the Road Runner.Science Concept: Adaptations: bird that hunts by running. 
May 1
8:00 AM
Curious George Amazing Maze Race/The Color of Monkey George is an expert at navigating the maze on the placemat at the Y-Go-By Diner, but his skills are put to the ultimate test when the Man with the Yellow Hat takes him to the Annual Amazing Maze Race at Renkins Farm. The Man and George follow their map precisely, but how can they compete with the Quint's computerized navigation device, Bill's system of leaving a trail of corn, and Sprint's speedy disposition? It's not until George gets a bird's eye view of the maze that he is able to line up the landmarks on the map and figure out where to go. But when Leslie the cow eats their map, they need to figure out a more creative way to get to the finish line!After a bubble bath, George promises the Man with the Yellow Hat that he will stay clean until their picture is taken for the cover of Bird Watchers Magazine. But when George helps Steve and Betsy dye eggs, he falls into a pot of food coloring, and turns completely yellow! Trying to keep his pledge of staying clean, he experiments with the different dye colors to see which ones he can mix with yellow to turn him brown again. In the process, George turns himself orange, Charkie turns blue, and Compass turns red! Can George figure out how to get back to his original color, or will the bird watchers return to find a rainbow colored monkey? 
May 1
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.' 
May 1
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Messy Room Problem/The Golden Pyramid Problem The Messy Room Problem - Peg's Room. Peg and Cat sort through the mess in Peg's room just in time for company to come over and seeCat's masterpiece, "The Circles".Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: ShapesThe Golden Pyramid Problem - Magical Forest. Peg the Bold and Brave Sir Cat, Knights of the Round Table, search far and wide to retrieve theMermaid's golden pyramids.Primary Content: Solid shapesSecondary Content: Counting by twos 
May 1
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Tiny's Fishing Friend/Butterflies TINY'S FISHING FRIENDTiny can't believe it when he finds out that his friend Cindy Cimolestes doesn't like fish, but she explains that she's a mammal and many mammals don't eat fish. Determined, Tiny sets out to find a mammal in the Mesozoic who likes fish, so she, Buddy, Cindy and Dad set out on a fishing trip, where they run into Cassie Castrocauda, a Jurassic mammal that looks like a cross between a beaver, an otter and a platypus, who also happens to love fish!Educational Objective: Castrocauda was a large beaver-platypus-like mammal from the Jurassic period. It was covered with fur, and had webbed feet and a broad flat tail it used to swim. It had many teeth for catching fish. Castrocauda is the earliest known mammal discovered that lived partially in water.BUTTERFLIESOne morning at the family nest, Don befriends a Butterfly that he names Dan. Don, Buddy, Tiny and Shiny watch Dan and three "sibling" butterflies fly around. The other three butterflies flutter away, leaving Dan with our kids. Don feels for the separated butterfly and vows to re-unite it with his siblings. The whole time the kids search, Don keeps an eye on Dan, who camouflages himself when any threat (birds or a frog) are nearby. At the end of the day, our family is amazed when Dan's family comes out from hiding in a flower headband Tiny made, where they were camouflaged in with the flowers!Educational Objective: Butterflies use their color patterns to blend in with leaves, etc. as a defense against predators. The colorful wings are also used to attract other butterflies. Many butterflies have eyespots on their wings that are also used to distract any possible predator. 
May 1
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Furry Four SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 1
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The McKenry Farm Roger uses acrylics for a small painting of a double silo on a farm in Tennessee with the BlueRidge mountains in the background. Sarah looks around the scenic farm. 
May 1
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Cornerstones of my Life Quilt Eleanor has been fortunate in being surrounded by a patchwork of many lives. To them she dedicates this easy quilt design from four fabrics and 2 1/2" strips. 
May 1
12:00 PM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 1
12:30 PM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 1
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." 
May 1
1:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 1
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Into The Dark This episode features the short film, "A Better Place Than This" by Daniel Grove. It follows an executioner on Singapore's death row who tries to help a young convict accept her fate, even though it means facing his own demons. 
May 1
2:30 PM
On Story Fargo & True Detective: Television Anthologies True Detective director, Cary Fukunaga, and Fargo creator, Noah Hawley, discuss the rise of the television anthology series and how to execute a compelling balance of plot, character, and structure within the bounds of one season. Followed by Elaine Poon's short film, Entrain about Laurent, a young man who absorbed in his own world, draws the attention of a fellow train passenger who shares his interest in rhythm, despite their obvious language barrier. 
May 1
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Jamie Bissonnette & En Pappiote Cooking en papillote, or in parchment paper or foil, is a great way to make an easy, healthy meal, especially on the fly. Chef Jamie Bissonnette is in the house to show you just how versatile en pappiote can be, this week on Simply Ming. 
May 1
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. 
May 1
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. 
May 1
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Spectacular Summar Salads After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 1
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 1
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 1
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 1
6:57 PM
Head On Netanyahu Addresss Congress This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
May 1
7:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 1
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Classical Undead Golden Hornet Project brings excitement and energy back to the world of classical music making it accessible to everyone.Long Description: Since 1999 Golden Hornet Project has presented over 60 concerts of indie classical music by more than 40 composers from non-academic musical backgrounds - all in the name of making classical music as exciting and accessible as it was meant to be. Their latest project is reanimating Mozart's unfinished Requiem Mass in D minor with contributions from a diverse line-up of genre defying composers including Glen Kotche of Wilco, Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw, and DJ Spooky. With the simple notion that music should be for everyone, Golden Hornet Project seeks to bring excitement and energy back to the world of classical music. 
May 1
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 1
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara Author, Author! Author, Author! 
May 1
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The U.S. Representative Patricia Schroeder 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. 
May 1
9:30 PM
Well Read Michael Moss / "Salt Sugar Fat" Michael Moss delves into the world of processed foods, where armies of chemists invent foods designed to target the public's "bliss point." 
May 1
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." 
May 1
10:57 PM
Head On Mayor Hancock Unopposed This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
May 1
11:00 PM
Eye on the Sixties: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman EYE ON THE SIXTIES is an intimate portrait of photographer Rowland Scherman, who captured the transformational events and figures of the 1960s, including the March on Washington, the Newport Folk Festival, Woodstock, the first Beatles concert in the United States, the burial of the Apollo I astronauts at Arlington National Cemetery, and the 1968 presidential campaign of Robert F. Kennedy, among many others. At the sites of some of his most famous photos, Scherman shares candid and insightful recollections and seldom-seen images of politicians and celebrities of that era. In present-day and archival interviews, singer Judy Collins, LIFE journalist and PEOPLE magazine founder Richard B. Stolley, and other notables share their thoughts on Scherman and his enduring work. 
May 2
12:30 AM
Injunuity Injunuity is a collage of reflections on the Native American world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future. From Columbus to the western expansion to tribal casinos, we are taught that the Native way, while at times glorious, is something of the past, something that needed to be replaced by a manifest destiny from across the ocean. But in a world increasingly short of real answers, it is time we looked to Native wisdom for guidance. It is time for some Injunuity.Injunuity is a mix of animation, music, and real thoughts from real people exploring our world from the Native American perspective. Every word spoken is verbatim, every thought and opinion is real, told in nine short pieces and covering such topics as language preservation, sacred sites, and the environment. But rather than simply revisit our history, the goal of Injunuity is to help define our future, to try and figure out the path that lies before us, to focus on where we are going as well as where we have been. 
May 2
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Poland Megan McCormick discovers the rich folklore and history of Poland. She visits the humble church where Pope John Paul II served as a young priest, discovers anti-Communist sculptures in Wroclaw, and hunts for amber on the Pomeranian coast. She explores the baroque streets of Gdansk, boards a galleon along the River Motlawa and re-enacts the ancient battles in Gniew. She explores Hitler's command post in Ketzryn and kayaks through the Augustow canal to the Belarussian border. 
May 2
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Jamie Bissonnette & En Pappiote Cooking en papillote, or in parchment paper or foil, is a great way to make an easy, healthy meal, especially on the fly. Chef Jamie Bissonnette is in the house to show you just how versatile en pappiote can be, this week on Simply Ming. 
May 2
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. 
May 2
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. 
May 2
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Spectacular Summar Salads After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 2
4:00 AM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 2
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Cornerstones of my Life Quilt Eleanor has been fortunate in being surrounded by a patchwork of many lives. To them she dedicates this easy quilt design from four fabrics and 2 1/2" strips. 
May 2
5:00 AM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 2
5:30 AM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 2
6:00 AM
Caillou CAILLOU TO THE RESCUE Caillou Helps Out: Rosie is teething and just can't seem to fall asleep, so big brother Caillou decides to help. He sings her a song and finds her favourite bunny, but it isn't until he tells her a very imaginative bedtime story that she finally drifts off into the land of dreams. Caillou the Firefighter: The Fire chief visits Caillou's playschool to teach the children about fire drills. When Caillou is lifted up for a turn sitting in the big fire truck he imagines he is a firefighter himself hurrying though town to save the day. At the end of his turn Caillou announces he will be a firefighter when he grows up! The Fire Chief says he'd be glad to have Caillou on the team. Caillou to the Rescue: After a mischievous Rosie hides Caillou's cars between the cushions on the sofa, Leo and Caillou have a grand adventure pretending that they are tow truck drivers and crane operators rescuing the cars from their hiding places. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: Children will learn that there are many ways to be a hero - soothing a little sister, working with fire fighters, or using cranes and bulldozers to rescue cars stuck in the rocks. 
May 2
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Bob's New House When Bob moves his mobile home to Bobland Bay so it can be his site office, Lofty frets about where Bob is going to sleep. His solution is to turn the machine shelter into a makeshift house for Bob, with chaotic results.With his mobile home relocated to Bobland Bay, Bob decides to build his dream house in Sunflower Valley. The machines all have some great design ideas but Bob is having a hard time finding ideas. Eventually he seeks inspiration from his building work in the valley and has a brainwave - a tower looking over everything he's built! 
May 2
7:00 AM
Curious George George's Lawn Service/Curious Goes on a Scavenger Hunt George and Allie are crazy about Mr. Renkins' new kids - baby goats named Suzie and Sammy. But when the goats keep escaping their pen and chewing on everything in sight, can George and Allie find a way to keep their friends penned up? / It's a race around the city as George, Marco and Chef Pisghetti go on a shape-finding scavenger hunt to raise money for the animal shelter. They find rectangles, stars and circles. But how are they ever going to find 100 diamonds? 
May 2
7:30 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. 
May 2
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 
May 2
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Carla Cretoxyrhina/Train Trouble Carla CretoxyrhinaOn this underwater excursion, the Pteranodon family meets up with Carla Cretoxyrhina, a young shark who turns out to be much nicer than her reputation suggests. She introduces the family to her dad, bringing them face to face with the "Big Fish in the Sea."Train TroubleThe speedy dinosaur brothers Oren and Ollie join our kids on a train trip to Troodon Town, but unplanned engine trouble sends Oren and Ollie sprinting the Roundhouse to bring back another engine to save the day! 
May 2
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Giving and Sharing Steamy SodorWhen Victor has to be away from the Sodor Steam Works, Thomas is asked to take over for the day. Victor tries to tell Thomas how to run the Sodor Steam Works, but Thomas doesn't listen. He just wants to get started with his very special job. First Spencer, then Henry, and lastly James come into the Sodor Steam Works to be fixed. But Thomas doesn't listen to what is wrong with them. He sends Spencer to the hoist, claims Henry needs special coal, and orders the spare funnel for James. His unwitting accomplice in all this is Kevin who is loyal and obedient, but very confused. Kevin's confusion sparks total Sodor Steam Works chaos with Spencer swinging from the hoist hook, Kevin rolling into James and James covering Victor in twigs and soot! Thomas realizes he hasn't listened. He corrects everything, and leaves Victor to run the Sodor Steam Works and Kevin to recover!The Biggest Present of AllIt's a great day for Sodor because Hiro is returning to the Island! Thomas and Percy are very excited. Sir Topham Hatt tells Thomas and Percy that he is organizing a welcoming party for Hiro at Knapford and Thomas is to tell all the other engines to gather for it. But, Thomas decides that getting a welcome present for Hiro would make him even happier. Thomas looks for a gift at Farmer McColl's, at the Quarry and at the Sodor Steam Works and fails to tell the engines about the party. When Thomas gets to Knapford present-less, he sees Hiro alone and realizes Hiro is also guest-less! Thomas is devastated! He rushes back to the places he visited to tell all the engines about Hiro's party. Everyone gathered at Knapford and Hiro tells Thomas that the biggest present of all is to be with all the engines - his dear friends! 
May 2
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina's Hiccups / Angelina and the Must-Have Bag Angelina's Hiccups: Angelina and her friends are preparing to go onstage for a performance when Angelina comes down with a bad case of the hiccups. Through a series of comical events, her friends do everything to try to help cure her! Educational Objectives: - Know the music term "Sforza do" - Understand that you need to try many solutions before you can successfully solve a problem Angelina and the Must Have Bag: When all her friends have an "Eva the Diva" bag, Angelina desperately wants one too. After working hard to earn enough money for one, she discovers that being original and creative is much more exciting than following the crowd! Educational Objectives: - Introduction to the "keyboard geography" - Identify music notes and the treble clef - Know the contents of a dance bag - Demonstrate the importance of not following trends and developing your own style. Camembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment) Students from Ballet Hispanico demonstrate a couple of simple dance steps, then perform a routine that combines hip hop and Latin dance moves. 
May 2
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood It's Time to Go/Daniel Doesn't Want to Stop Playing It's Time to Go: Daniel, O the Owl and Katerina are playing "library" at the Treehouse. When it's time for them to go home, Katerina and Daniel have trouble leaving because they are having so much fun! Choosing one more thing to do before they leave helps make their transition a little easier.Daniel Doesn't Want to Stop Playing: Daniel is playing "Trolley" with Mom and Dad in the living room. When Mom tells him that it's time to work on his school project, Daniel doesn't want to stop playing. Mom helps Daniel move on by allowing him to pick one more thing to do with his toy Trolley. Daniel makes one last stop and then he's ready to work on his project.Theme: TransitioningStrategy: Part 1: It's almost time to stop, so choose one more thing to do. Part 2: That was fun, but now it's done, it's time to... 
May 2
10:30 AM
Super Why! Tom Thumb Littlest Pig is ready for an adventure...but his brothers tell him he's too young! The Super Readers jump straight into the story of Tom Thumb, a guy who knows what it feels like to be little...really little! Tom Thumb is about to set off on his own adventure, and lucky for him the Super Readers are there to get him out of a few scrapes! Can tiny Tom Thumb teach Pig a BIG lesson?Educational Objectives: To learn about getting help from a grownup, play with the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling and use opposite words to change the story. 
May 2
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS Starling: Space Racer! / Titanic Trip Starling: Space Racer!Eager to become a Space Racer, Starling first has to pass several tests in order to be officially certified. Usually Coach Pigeon oversees the testing, but Vulture (who greedily wants to drill for fuel under the Spacenasium building) has replaced him as Chief Training Officer. Eagle, Robyn and Hawk offer to train Starling for the test, which Vulture will then have to administer. Since the Racers cannot use the Spacenasium to practice, they find alternate methods to help train Starling to simulate take-off speeds, maneuver Mars storms, land on icy surfaces using retro-rockets, and dodge asteroids. Will they be able to prepare her for the ultimate test and allow Starling to fulfill her dream?Titanic TripEagle, Robyn and Hawk have a four-day weekend coming up, so they do some research to decide where to spend a camping holiday. After briefly consulting AVA, they conclude that Titan is the most Earth-like body in the Solar System... so off they head for Saturn's famous moon. Crane slyly asks them, while they're there, to please observe and note any small differences between Titan and Earth. Once they reach Titan, they realize that while there are a few similarities, the two places are vastly different! Liquid methane lakes, lava ice, a 16-Earth-day night, thicker atmosphere, freezing cold temperatures and lower gravity all make for an interesting science project... but an incredibly uncomfortable and stinky camping experience. 
May 2
11:30 AM
Odd Squad Soundcheck Part Deux/Jinx Soundcheck Part Deux - When the members of Soundcheck go missing, Otto and Olive must bring them back together in time for their big concert. Curriculum: Data collection and analysis; using data to make predictionsJinx - When all of Odd Squad comes down with a case of the jinx, it's up to Oscar and Dr. O to save the day.Curriculum: Algebraic thinking; using transitive reasoning to solve word problems 
May 2
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 2
12:30 PM
Autoline Charity Begins In the Boardroom When you think cars and charity the first thing that usually comes to mind are dealers sponsoring their local little league teams. But truth be told, auto companies have a long history of helping the world's less fortunate among other worthy causes, yet don't get to talk about it very much. On this week's edition of Autoline we look at some of the philanthropic works courtesy of companies like Ford, GM and Nissan. 
May 2
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Port Lavaca, Texas Chet heads to Port Lavaca on Matagorda Bay to dive into its coastal food and lifestyle. He goes fishing in the bay waters, bikes to a historic cast-iron lighthouse, and explores the lost port city of Indianola where French explorer La Salle first set foot in Texas. 
May 2
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The London & Bruges London and Bruges is a summer adventure perfect for first time solo-travelers. Host Rachel Parsons takes a fun, silly romp through a glorious English summer, punting on the Cambridge River, swimming in the ponds on Hampstead Heath, and ends up in Bruges for a Belgian waffle. 
May 2
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Guatemala's Semana Santa -- Easter Week Guatemala's Semana Santa -- Easter Week Throughout Guatemala, Easter Week (Semana Santa) is celebrated as the most significant and festive season on every religious and social calendar. Joseph travels to Guatemala City, Antiqua and Lago de Atitlan and discovers that while the observance is rich in Roman Catholic ceremony and tradition, at the same time it leaves room for the popular devotion and beliefs of the indigenous Mayan culture. In addition, the communal creation of hundreds of beautiful alfombras -- flower-strewn, multi-colored "carpets" -- that line the streets in front of the religious processions is something to behold. The pomp, color, emotion and devout expression all combine to create an once-in-a-lifetime travel experience. 
May 2
2:30 PM
Journeys in Africa Serengeti: The Great Migration Journeys in Africa is an innovative travel series focusing on the African continent. It will highlight Africa's unique culture, history, architecture and wildlife. Bill Ball explores both small villages and giant metropolises to explain the diverse culture, the fascinating traditions and the wonderful people that make up Africa. 
May 2
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Buenos Aires, Argentina The style and verve of one of South America's most beautiful capitals is the focus of this episode that highlights Argentina's national dance, the tango, as well as the energy that its diverse population brings to the urban landscape. The HD lens brings to the fore the graceful and classic architecture of Buenos Aires, exemplified by the San Telmo neighborhood whose Sunday market is traditionally closed at sunset by an impromptu street band that marches through the streets, collecting dancers and revelers with its insistent drumbeats. At local tango parlors called milongas, Buenos Aires residents, known as portenos, lend an air of authenticity to the dance that grew up in the working class neighborhoods of the city. We wander the famous Recoleta cemetery in downtown Buenos Aires, where incredible monuments to the departed, including Eva Peron, feature winged angels and other fantastically decorated crypts. Meet a 70-year-old ice cream maker from Sicily who never misses a day's work. And explore the underground art scene that's finding a home in Buenos Aires. 
May 2
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Lisbon and the Algarve Experiencing the best of Portugal, we start in Lisbon, a ramshackle mix of glorious old and fun-loving new. Salty sailors' quarters and wistful Fado singers mix with ornate architecture to recall the glory days when Vasco da Gama and Magellan made Portugal a world power. Then we head for the south coast of your travel dreams—the Algarve. We explore the Land's End of Europe—windy and historic Cape Sagres before savoring pristine beaches and arm-wrestling octopi in the sleepy fishing village of Salema. 
May 2
4:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation In-Studio Interview: Veronica Belmont Past Roadtrippers Mariana and Hannah join RTN staffer Jason on the Roadtrip Nation Winnebago stage to interview Veronica Belmont, Gamer and Host ofTekzilla, a technology news podcast. The audience hears about Veronica's love for technology and the moment of serendipity that led her from humble beginnings to internet fame. Veronica urges the audience to "Think big," and fields questions from her fans about gaming, technology, and the Road she's paved to arrive at a meaningful job. The show finishes with Veronica playing a game of "Mario Kart" against members of the audience. 
May 2
4:30 PM
CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER takes viewers on an enriching and entertaining "field trip for grown-ups" to some of the most intriguing cities in the world like London, Paris and Rome. In each location, charismatic host Christine van Blokland explores its fine art, distinctive architecture and hidden histories. Each episode begins with Christine's list of "Curious Questions": Is the Mona Lisa really a prostitute? Is the Eiffel Tower really Egyptian? Why are there acorns all through Grand Central Terminal? Daytime Emmy- and Telly-winning travel, arts and entertainment journalist Christine Van Blokland brings her passion and genuine curiosity for the arts, quirky characters, storytelling, lifelong learning and travel to this new series. 
May 2
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 4 When Locksley makes a surprise move, Harry ups the stakes. Princess Marie makes her own move. Victor and Violette are caught off guard. 
May 2
6:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Pandora's Box In 1947, Guy returns to India on the eve of independence to observe the last days of British rule. He discovers that Merrick had married Susan, but was subsequently killed. Suspicious, he investigates. 
May 2
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Sam Smith/Future Islands ACL features soulful pop from Sam Smith and Future Islands. UK sensation Smith sings "Stay With Me" and others from his debut. Future Islands features their single "Seasons (Waiting on You)" as well as other tunes from Singles. 
May 2
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Tim McGraw Country superstar Tim McGraw tore through a dozen songs during his taping of Live from the Artists Den, including hits "Southern Girl" and "One of Those Nights" as well as his latest single, "Lookin' For That Girl." Set among the neo-classical columns of the century-old former bank building, McGraw also previewed a number of songs from his forthcoming album, due out later this year. 
May 2
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th The Samples Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by the Samples. 
May 2
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 8: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Bonnie and the Beard, Glowing House, Dragondeer, and Safe Boating Is No Accident. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 2
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Haunted Windchimes Part 1 The Haunted Windchimes take the stage (Part One) 
May 2
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Davina & the Vagabonds Swinging through multiple generations and genres of New Orleans grooves, this band is propelled by its frontwoman's megawatt personality. Davina's live performance must be seen to be believed. She is the rare dichotomy of the self-professed shy, reserved and tentative personality juxtaposed with a primal piano prowess and look-at-me brass that embodies the idea of "showmanship." In her, Mae West meets Bette Midler meets Dr. John. 
May 2
11:00 PM
Front And Center Sara Evans and Martina McBride - "Ladies Night Out" FRONT AND CENTER returns with a new season showcasing a mix of award-winning, multi-platinum-selling industry vets, and chart toppers. Expanding on the addition of country music artists in the series' fourth season, season five includes four CMA Songwriters Series episodes with some of the hottest names in the genre, taped at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. The artists in season five have collectively sold more than 20 million albums, won 12 CMA Awards, had 11 No. 1 albums and charted more than 30 No. 1 singles. Additional episodes were taped at the Brooklyn Bowl and the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. Season five includes eight new shows and two encore presentations from season two. 
May 3
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's The Bart Walker Band Bart Walker's debut, Who I Am, is a portrait of the Nashville-based guitar and vocalpowerhouse as a dreamer, a fan, a survivor, a creative dynamo and, most of all, a one-manargument for the continued vitality and emotional heat of the blues. A born virtuosowho began playing and singing at age four, Walker and his band make his originalplucked-from-life tunes sound like classics, delivered with the same incendiary energyas the live performances that have won them a growing following in the South andMidwest. 
May 3
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. 
May 3
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th The Samples Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by the Samples. 
May 3
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 8: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Bonnie and the Beard, Glowing House, Dragondeer, and Safe Boating Is No Accident. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 3
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Sam Smith/Future Islands ACL features soulful pop from Sam Smith and Future Islands. UK sensation Smith sings "Stay With Me" and others from his debut. Future Islands features their single "Seasons (Waiting on You)" as well as other tunes from Singles. 
May 3
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Tim McGraw Country superstar Tim McGraw tore through a dozen songs during his taping of Live from the Artists Den, including hits "Southern Girl" and "One of Those Nights" as well as his latest single, "Lookin' For That Girl." Set among the neo-classical columns of the century-old former bank building, McGraw also previewed a number of songs from his forthcoming album, due out later this year. 
May 3
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Fountains of Wayne If you love serious, brooding, sonically experimental musical artists, then Fountains of Wayne is not the group for you. Full of bright guitars, wry lyrics and catchy hooks, the foursome manages to create upbeat songs that both reference classic melodic British pop while staying wholly modern, American and slightly adolescent. Many music critics have dubbed the band's sound as power pop, but frontman and vocalist Chris Collingwood has other ideas. "A lot of people say that what we play is power pop. I don't think so. I would just say it's rock and roll." The genesis of Fountains of Wayne began in 1986 when bassist Adam Schlesinger and guitarist Chris Collingwood met as students at Williams College in Massachusetts. Sharing a love for British pop, the two friends played music together, as well as with other bands until eventually going their separate ways after graduation. Schlesinger found success as a songwriter penning the title track to the Tom Hanks film That Thing You Do! and earning himself an Academy Award and Grammy nomination. Then in 1996, Collingwood and Schlesinger - joined by guitarist Jody Porter and drummer Brian Young - came together with their first self-titled LP, followed in 1999 with Utopia Parkway. Both records found modest college radio success, but it was nothing compared to the mainstream commercial success the group saw in 2003 with Welcome Interstate Managers. The album's single "Stacy's Mom" charted well on Billboard's Top 40, supported by a hit MTV music video featuring model Rachel Hunter as the title character. The group's loyal alternative rock fan base was joined by legions of new admirers discovering the group's impossibly upbeat style of pop perfection. Their set at Norfolk's Infinity Hall is bright and bouncy and features fifteen song selections from their career. The catchy "Radiation Vibe" from their debut LP proves to be a crowd favorite. With the group's college alma mater just 50 miles north of the concert venue, the audience gets swept up in the nostalgic ode to Williams College, "Valley Winter Song." Though Schlesinger cautioned the crowd at the beginning of the concert from calling out for their biggest hit, Fountains of Wayne does eventually give the people what they want with a rousing performance of "Stacy's Mom."Song List"Little Red Light""I've Got a Flair""Someone to Love""Denise""No Better Place""Richie and Ruben""Valley Winter Song""The Summer Place""Fire in the Canyon""Radiation Vibe""It Must Be Summer""Cemetery Guns""Stacy's Mom""Red Dragon Tattoo""Sink to the Bottom" 
May 3
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Greg Nagy Soulful blues from up-and-coming Michigan guitarist. 
May 3
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 3
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith. 
May 3
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.  
May 3
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.  
May 3
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Groovy Sixties Problem/Bad Jack is Back The Groovy Sixties Problem - Woodstock. Peg and Cat help Peg's hippy Grandmom create a groovy birthday present for Granddad based on his favorite numbers: the sixties. Primary Content: Counting in the sixtiesSecondary Content: Using simple shapes to make complex shapes, counting by tensBad Jack is Back - Wild West. When Bad Jack returns with his gang to tickle the townspeople, a surprise guest shows Peg and Cat how to fend off the bad guys' six feathers with four feathers. Primary Content: Different combinations adding up to 10Secondary Content: Using maps 
May 3
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Tiny's Fishing Friend/Butterflies TINY'S FISHING FRIENDTiny can't believe it when he finds out that his friend Cindy Cimolestes doesn't like fish, but she explains that she's a mammal and many mammals don't eat fish. Determined, Tiny sets out to find a mammal in the Mesozoic who likes fish, so she, Buddy, Cindy and Dad set out on a fishing trip, where they run into Cassie Castrocauda, a Jurassic mammal that looks like a cross between a beaver, an otter and a platypus, who also happens to love fish!Educational Objective: Castrocauda was a large beaver-platypus-like mammal from the Jurassic period. It was covered with fur, and had webbed feet and a broad flat tail it used to swim. It had many teeth for catching fish. Castrocauda is the earliest known mammal discovered that lived partially in water.BUTTERFLIESOne morning at the family nest, Don befriends a Butterfly that he names Dan. Don, Buddy, Tiny and Shiny watch Dan and three "sibling" butterflies fly around. The other three butterflies flutter away, leaving Dan with our kids. Don feels for the separated butterfly and vows to re-unite it with his siblings. The whole time the kids search, Don keeps an eye on Dan, who camouflages himself when any threat (birds or a frog) are nearby. At the end of the day, our family is amazed when Dan's family comes out from hiding in a flower headband Tiny made, where they were camouflaged in with the flowers!Educational Objective: Butterflies use their color patterns to blend in with leaves, etc. as a defense against predators. The colorful wings are also used to attract other butterflies. Many butterflies have eyespots on their wings that are also used to distract any possible predator. 
May 3
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Neighbor Day In this half hour special Daniel learns how good it feels to be neighborly and that one kind act can lead to many. His first good deed starts a chain reaction of kindness all around the Neighborhood, culminating with the declaration of "Neighbor Day"!Theme: Being a Good NeighborStrategy: Do something nice for your neighbor. 
May 3
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Emperor's New Clothes Littlest Pig is very embarrassed. Jill wants him to wear a bucket on his head for their game, and he feels just plain silly! The Super Readers dive into the tale of The Emperor's New Clothes and meet an Emperor who doesn't want to look ridiculous either! Trouble is, his clothes seem to be invisible, and there's nothing sillier than a parade in your underwear!Educational Objectives: To learn about communicating feelings, follow the alphabet, practice spelling skills and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 3
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. 
May 3
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Capture the Fishmobile Episode Description: When Aviva unveils her new Fishmobile invention, designed to keep up with the rapid, precise movements of schooling fish, Chris and Martin challenge the gang to a brand new creature game.Science Concept: Animal specializations to catch food. 
May 3
11:00 AM
Arthur All About D.W./Blockheads All About D.W. - When Emily gets the starring role in the preschool play, D.W. is beside herself with jealousy. She should be Little Red Riding Hood, not Tree #2! Undeterred, D.W. appoints herself Emily's understudy (just in case!). But when the big moment arrives, can D.W. handle the spotlight?Educational Objective: D.W. learns the importance of supporting your friends, even when they get what you want. Blockheads - D.W. and Emily are upset when they get stuck with the blocks at playtime. But apathy turns to obsession when they begin building their dream house. Forget snacks and naptime! They've got a palastle to build! Educational Objective: D.W. and Emily learn that playing blocks can be fun when you use your imagination. 
May 3
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Myth Me?/TD's Myth Take Myth Me? On a rainy, boring day, the gang does what everybody does on a rainy day: act out Greek myths! And, as always, they are really better with dogs!Vocabulary(E) myth, legend, moral, reflection, fate(I) point, ending, setting, over, greekTD's Myth Take TD isn't satisfied with any Greek myth, so he decides to write his own version. With the help of Martha and Truman, he puts on a performance that exceeds everyone's expectations... Vocabulary(E) version, alter, revis(e)(ing), adaptation, dramatize(I) change, fix, perfect, plot, nymph 
May 3
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Finishing Details Roger and landscape designer Tim Lee place the first new plants in the landscaping plan. Richard is using two kinds of radiators to bring heat to the garage and the upstairs sitting room. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the upstairs laundry room, outfitted with simple cabinets and a small countertop. Installer Bob Young shows Norm the new insulated steel garage doors that should help keep the heat inside the garage. In the great room, master electrician Allen Gallant is installing a massive wrought-iron chandelier with 52 bulbs. 
May 3
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House Mailbox Replacement, Window Anatomy, Old Door Re-use Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin shares some information about window anatomy and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old door in a new opening. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
May 3
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Light & Glass Discover new ways to use light and glass in new homes and remodeling. 
May 3
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Gardeners love to share their gardens and their garden stories. GardenSMART visits one spectacular garden where the ideas and lessons stimulate thought as well as inspiration. We enjoyed the experience and think you will too. Join us. 
May 3
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. 
May 3
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Gone Fishing Fresh fish is on the menu in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table. Also tips on growing cabbage and using it to create a delicious Cole Slaw. Plus, a fishing trip in the Arkansas Delta in search of crappie. 
May 3
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New Hampshire 519: Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New HampshireChain grocery stores are only interested in food that ships well and stores long. That is why with over 2,500 different types of apples grown in the United States, only 6 can be found in the typical store. But by eating local and in season, we are exposed to incredible flavors not found anywhere else and we can savor the food products of creative artisans who only source local ingredients. In this episode, we visit an organic farmer who sells 70 different varieties of heirloom apples to learn the secrets of peak flavor and how we can grow some of these varieties ourselves. And we visit a nano-brewery who takes production full circle by only sourcing local grains, fruits and vegetables while repurposing all their byproducts back to local farmers. 
May 3
3:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING Secret Sea Cove, CA: Chef Ravi Kapur Pete Evans joins Chef Kapur in a cooking adventure unlike any other, in which they cook in a "restaurant without walls." With majestic views of the Pacific Ocean as backdrop, Pete and Ravi cook up a delightful beachfront feast for over 150 guests. The guests are in for a surprise when the tide comes up to wash over their feet during the meal! 
May 3
4:00 PM
Walking The Great Divide: A Journey Along The Continental Divide Trail Part 1 The Continental Divide Trail provides a 3,100-mile scenic backdrop — from the mountain lakes and grizzly bears of Glacier National Park to the crimson sunsets and lava flows of El Malpais National Monument. In WALKING THE GREAT DIVIDE, award-winning filmmaker Mark Flagler embarks on a six-month journey to traverse the primitive backcountry trail that stretches from Mexico to Canada. The film captures Flagler's trials and triumphs as he braves high-altitude trekking, intense desert heat, cross-country navigation and deep canyons in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. On the trail, Flagler also meets fellow endurance hikers, takes in spectacular scenery and discovers hidden jewels, and highlights some of the issues that have surrounded the "King of Trails" since its inception. Part 1 of 2. 
May 3
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Hour 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stephen Fletcher travel to the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to learn about arts and crafts made by Japanese and Japanese Americans interned in camps during World War II. Highlights include an Italian hotel proprietor's autograph book that includes signatures from John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain; a Margaret Keane "Big Eye" painting; and a collection of 1936-1939 Edward Weston photographs, previously owned by Academy Award-winning special effects artist Warren Newcombe, and now valued at $180,000 to $260,000. 
May 3
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE American Terrorist : FRONTLINE investigates American-born terrorist David Coleman Headley, who helped plan the deadly 2008 siege on Mumbai. In collaboration with ProPublica, the film reveals how secret electronic surveillance missed catching the Mumbai plotters, and how Headley planned another Charlie Hebdo-like assault against a Danish newspaper. 
May 3
7:30 PM
POV Listening Is an Act of Love: A StoryCorps Special The first-ever animated special from StoryCorps celebrates the transformative power of listening. The special features six stories from 10 years of the innovative oral history project, when everyday people sit down together to share memories and tackle life's important questions. Framing these intimate conversations from across the country is an interview between StoryCorps founder Dave Isay and his inquisitive 9-year-old nephew, Benji, animated in the inimitable visual style of the Rauch Brothers. 
May 3
8:00 PM
NOVA The Bible's Buried Secrets This special investigates the origins of the ancient Israelites, the evolution of their belief in one God and the creation of the Bible. More than a century of literary detective work and decades of archeological excavation in the Holy Land challenge viewers with provocative insights, including that most Israelites worshiped pagan gods and many believed that God had a wife, who was venerated as an idol. "The Bible's Buried Secrets" is a story of science, history and faith. 
May 3
10:00 PM
American Experience My Lai What drove a company of American soldiers — ordinary young men deployed to liberate a small nation from an oppressive neighbor — to murder more than 300 unarmed Vietnamese civilians? Were they "just following orders," as some later declared? Or, as others argued, did they break under the pressure of a misguided military strategy that measured victory by body count? Filmmaker Barak Goodman focuses his lens on the 1968 My Lai massacre, its subsequent cover-up and the heroic efforts of the soldiers who broke rank to halt the atrocities. Eyewitness accounts of Vietnamese survivors and men of the Charlie Company 11th Infantry Brigade and audio recordings from the Peers Inquiry recount one of the darkest chapters of the Vietnam War. 
May 3
11:30 PM
Globe Trekker Poland Megan McCormick discovers the rich folklore and history of Poland. She visits the humble church where Pope John Paul II served as a young priest, discovers anti-Communist sculptures in Wroclaw, and hunts for amber on the Pomeranian coast. She explores the baroque streets of Gdansk, boards a galleon along the River Motlawa and re-enacts the ancient battles in Gniew. She explores Hitler's command post in Ketzryn and kayaks through the Augustow canal to the Belarussian border. 
May 4
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House Mailbox Replacement, Window Anatomy, Old Door Re-use Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin shares some information about window anatomy and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old door in a new opening. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
May 4
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Light & Glass Discover new ways to use light and glass in new homes and remodeling. 
May 4
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Gardeners love to share their gardens and their garden stories. GardenSMART visits one spectacular garden where the ideas and lessons stimulate thought as well as inspiration. We enjoyed the experience and think you will too. Join us. 
May 4
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. 
May 4
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Segmented Wood Lidded Box Split turnings join reclaimed woods to make magic. 
May 4
3:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Gone Fishing Fresh fish is on the menu in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table. Also tips on growing cabbage and using it to create a delicious Cole Slaw. Plus, a fishing trip in the Arkansas Delta in search of crappie. 
May 4
3:30 AM
Growing a Greener World Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New Hampshire 519: Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New HampshireChain grocery stores are only interested in food that ships well and stores long. That is why with over 2,500 different types of apples grown in the United States, only 6 can be found in the typical store. But by eating local and in season, we are exposed to incredible flavors not found anywhere else and we can savor the food products of creative artisans who only source local ingredients. In this episode, we visit an organic farmer who sells 70 different varieties of heirloom apples to learn the secrets of peak flavor and how we can grow some of these varieties ourselves. And we visit a nano-brewery who takes production full circle by only sourcing local grains, fruits and vegetables while repurposing all their byproducts back to local farmers. 
May 4
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Port Lavaca, Texas Chet heads to Port Lavaca on Matagorda Bay to dive into its coastal food and lifestyle. He goes fishing in the bay waters, bikes to a historic cast-iron lighthouse, and explores the lost port city of Indianola where French explorer La Salle first set foot in Texas. 
May 4
4:30 AM
Peregrine Dame, The London & Bruges London and Bruges is a summer adventure perfect for first time solo-travelers. Host Rachel Parsons takes a fun, silly romp through a glorious English summer, punting on the Cambridge River, swimming in the ponds on Hampstead Heath, and ends up in Bruges for a Belgian waffle. 
May 4
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 4
5:30 AM
Autoline Charity Begins In the Boardroom When you think cars and charity the first thing that usually comes to mind are dealers sponsoring their local little league teams. But truth be told, auto companies have a long history of helping the world's less fortunate among other worthy causes, yet don't get to talk about it very much. On this week's edition of Autoline we look at some of the philanthropic works courtesy of companies like Ford, GM and Nissan. 
May 4
5:57 AM
Head On Colorado Legislative Session 2015 This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
May 4
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. 
May 4
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 4
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 4
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
May 4
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Skunked! When a group of skunks take over the Tortuga and decide to make it their home, the Wild Kratts must find a way to try and reclaim their headquarters.Science Concept: Animal Defense 
May 4
8:00 AM
Curious George The Man with the Monkey Hands/Whistle Pig Wednesday After warning George about the poison ivy lurking in the park, the Man with the Yellow Hat loses his balance and lands hands first in a brush of the itchy, poisonous leaves! With his hands bandaged, he'll need help with everyday tasks such as brushing his teeth, making dinner, even typing a letter. So being a clever little monkey, George invents some ingenious ways to make the Man's life seem normal - like wearing swim fins to assist in picking apples off the floor and taping salad forks to his arms to act as temporary hands. But George's creations are put to the ultimate test when the Man has to present Professor Wiseman's newest invention to the science board, salad forks and all!"Whistlepig Wednesday," Mr. Glass' unique version of Groundhog Day, is an annual city tradition of predicting when winter will start. Every year on the last Wednesday of August, Sherry the Whistlepig emerges from her burrow. If she sees her shadow, it means cold weather is coming. But what makes Sherry's shadow so special? To find out, George and his animal friends camp out at Sherry's burrow, but fall asleep while waiting for her to wake up. At the shadow ceremony, Mr. Glass mistakes a sleeping George and each one of his friends for a whistlepig and presents them for the world to see. But does a monkey, dog, cat, or pigeon shadow count? 
May 4
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flower Power/Snowman's Land Flower PowerSally's mom has a cold, so Sally wants to pick her some colorful flowers to make her feel better. The Cat in the Hat takes Nick and Sally to the forest of Flora-Fah-Zoom where they meet three different creatures that all depend on flowers to live. Sally decides to make her mother a picture of their adventure in Flora-Fah-Zoom instead of picking a flower that animals need in order to survive.Educational Objective: Function of Flowers - flowers aren't just pretty; they're vital to other creatures as a means of nourishment, habitat, shelter and protection.Snowman's LandSally and Nick have just finished making a statue of the Cat in the Hat out of snow, but he's starting to melt! Good thing Cat knows where to take the melting snowcat: to the cold and snowy north! In the arctic, the kids skate on a frozen lake, make snow sculptures, and learn that water can freeze and melt when it's cold or warm outside. Because it's getting warmer back home, they leave their snowcat sculpture there so they can come back and visit him!Educational Objective: Freezing and Melting - to show that when water gets cold, it turns into snow and ice, and that when ice and snow get warm, they melt into water. 
May 4
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 
May 4
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Solar Train/Birdwatching SOLAR TRAINOur Pteranodon family accompanies Mr. Conductor to the Troodon Town Roundhouse to meet up with Thurston Troodon, the Rocket Train's conductor. They soon learn that Tricia Troodon actually invited everyone there to see her new train, the Solar Train, which is powered by the sun! To test the trains' performances, the three Conductors have a race to the Triassic between the Dinosaur Train, Thurston's Rocket Train and Tricia's new Solar Train!Educational Objective: Solar power is the harnessing of sunlight and turning it into electricity. Concentrated solar power uses mirrors or lenses. Panels can be used to absorb and store sunlight. The environmental advantages of solar power are numerous - less fuel used, less pollution generated, etc.BIRDWATCHINGBuddy and Tiny give Elliot Enantiornithine, a first timer on the Dinosaur Train, a tour of the Train. When they go through Laura Giganotosaurus' car, she explains that today is her bird watching/drawing day, but she hasn't found a single bird to watch, so Elliot hams it up for Laura, who watches and draws him. This is so fun that Buddy and Tiny bring Laura to meet another bird friend-- Arlene Archeopteryx. Then Arlene and Elliot introduce the kids and Laura to a new bird named Peng Protopteryx! It's a successful birdwatching/drawing day as all three birds are delighted to show off their unique feathers.Educational Objective: Protopteryx was a starling-sized bird from the Cretaceous Period. Remains of the bird were found in China's Hebei Province. The most distinctive characteristics of Protopteryx were that it was extensively covered with feathers and could definitely fly. 
May 4
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Grover Does it All Mando helps Grover slow down and focus when he tries too many activities at the same time. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
May 4
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 2 Jerry continues 'Back Country Boulders' showing students how to develop shelves for the waterfall amongst the boulders with a large chisel edge brush. Jerry shows how to spontaneously find masses of boulders using form highlighting technique. 
May 4
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Always Classic The first episode of the season explores the classic cable and timeless projects. On Getting Started, Eunny dives into a tutorial on cable knitting with tips for repairing common cable mistakes, such as picking up stitches and re-knitting your cables. Next, on Accessorize Me, Eunny has a quick-to-knit cable ornament pattern that is a great project for beginners. Then, on this season's first Yarn Spotlight, Eunny joins yarn expert Clara Parkes to talk wool. Learn about 100% wool yarns, their common uses, and what sets them aside from other yarns on the market. Finally, Eunny wraps up this episode with a quick tip for reading cable charts and counting rows within your cable. 
May 4
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 4
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara Author, Author! Author, Author! 
May 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." 
May 4
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Finishing Details Roger and landscape designer Tim Lee place the first new plants in the landscaping plan. Richard is using two kinds of radiators to bring heat to the garage and the upstairs sitting room. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the upstairs laundry room, outfitted with simple cabinets and a small countertop. Installer Bob Young shows Norm the new insulated steel garage doors that should help keep the heat inside the garage. In the great room, master electrician Allen Gallant is installing a massive wrought-iron chandelier with 52 bulbs. 
May 4
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Mailbox Replacement, Window Anatomy, Old Door Re-use Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin shares some information about window anatomy and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old door in a new opening. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
May 4
3:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen Pork Kabobs and Heavenly Ham Today Lidia's talking pork! Go whole hog and learn to make savory Prune and Pork Kabobs, comforting Braised Cabbage with Prosciutto, and Decadent Ham in Marsala Sauce. 
May 4
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Eat Salads!/ Mangiate l'Insalate There's no end to the salads Mary Ann can create when Guy's Garden is in full-delivery mode, starting with a healthy, hearty Bulgur Salad. Then she combines two of her favorite veggies. Cauliflower and Broccoli in a creative, "give me seconds" salad, and finishes off her parade of salads with a tart and tasty Radicchio Salad. 
May 4
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Elegant Brunch Favorites Man on the street Doc Willoughby visits Hi-Rise Bakery across the river in Cambridge, MA, to learn all about brioche from a pro. Then, in the test kitchen, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make No-Knead Brioche at home. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews brioche pans and tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of bacon. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. 
May 4
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Favorites With a Chinese Accent Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Chinese-Style Glazed Pork Tenderloin. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill pans. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ready rice. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chinese Chicken Salad. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 4
6:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 4
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The A Division of the Spoils Guy discovers the horrific details of Merrick's death. He travels to Ranpur for the independence celebrations, but the train is besieged and Ahmed Kasim and other Muslims are killed. 
May 4
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 5 Gordon's debut as store deputy skirts scandal. Kitty confronts her attackers. Doris wrestles with a dilemma, then takes a tragic step. 
May 4
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Life During Wartime This episode includes two short films: "They Also Serve" by Michael Meehan and "Road to Peshawar" by Hammad Rizvi. In "They Also Serve," a mother's nerves start to fray as she waits for her soldier son to arrive home for his welcoming party. In "Road to Peshawar" which is set during the Soviet-Afghan War, a father leads his injured daughter through the treacherous Peshawar Pass. In a literal minefield, her fate becomes linked to that of a Soviet sniper. 
May 4
9:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with John Ridley John Ridley reflects on his beginnings and the inspirations that have shaped his approach to screenwriting, with a special look into his journey adapting the Academy Award®-winning script for 12 Years a Slave. Accompanied by Alex Clark's short film, Siren, about two ambulance paramedics faced with an emergency that's out of this world. 
May 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." 
May 4
10:57 PM
Head On Net Neutrality This point counter-point segment features Former State Senate President John Andrews facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.  
May 4
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The A Division of the Spoils Guy discovers the horrific details of Merrick's death. He travels to Ranpur for the independence celebrations, but the train is besieged and Ahmed Kasim and other Muslims are killed. 
May 5
12:00 AM
Set For Life The Great Recession (2007-2009) decimated the economy and put 15 million Americans, including many Baby Boomers, out of work. The award-winning SET FOR LIFE follows three Baby Boomers — a third-generation steelworker from West Virginia, a community college staffer from South Carolina and an IT project manager from California — struggling to recover. Thrust into a quest they never anticipated, they suffer financial woes, self-doubt and health problems while enduring the daunting job-hunt process and coping with their rapidly eroding American Dream. 
May 5
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Finishing Details Roger and landscape designer Tim Lee place the first new plants in the landscaping plan. Richard is using two kinds of radiators to bring heat to the garage and the upstairs sitting room. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the upstairs laundry room, outfitted with simple cabinets and a small countertop. Installer Bob Young shows Norm the new insulated steel garage doors that should help keep the heat inside the garage. In the great room, master electrician Allen Gallant is installing a massive wrought-iron chandelier with 52 bulbs. 
May 5
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House Mailbox Replacement, Window Anatomy, Old Door Re-use Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin shares some information about window anatomy and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old door in a new opening. The guys ask, "What is it?" 
May 5
2:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Pork Kabobs and Heavenly Ham Today Lidia's talking pork! Go whole hog and learn to make savory Prune and Pork Kabobs, comforting Braised Cabbage with Prosciutto, and Decadent Ham in Marsala Sauce. 
May 5
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Eat Salads!/ Mangiate l'Insalate There's no end to the salads Mary Ann can create when Guy's Garden is in full-delivery mode, starting with a healthy, hearty Bulgur Salad. Then she combines two of her favorite veggies. Cauliflower and Broccoli in a creative, "give me seconds" salad, and finishes off her parade of salads with a tart and tasty Radicchio Salad. 
May 5
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Elegant Brunch Favorites Man on the street Doc Willoughby visits Hi-Rise Bakery across the river in Cambridge, MA, to learn all about brioche from a pro. Then, in the test kitchen, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make No-Knead Brioche at home. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews brioche pans and tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of bacon. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. 
May 5
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Favorites With a Chinese Accent Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Chinese-Style Glazed Pork Tenderloin. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill pans. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ready rice. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chinese Chicken Salad. 
May 5
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 2 Jerry continues 'Back Country Boulders' showing students how to develop shelves for the waterfall amongst the boulders with a large chisel edge brush. Jerry shows how to spontaneously find masses of boulders using form highlighting technique. 
May 5
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Always Classic The first episode of the season explores the classic cable and timeless projects. On Getting Started, Eunny dives into a tutorial on cable knitting with tips for repairing common cable mistakes, such as picking up stitches and re-knitting your cables. Next, on Accessorize Me, Eunny has a quick-to-knit cable ornament pattern that is a great project for beginners. Then, on this season's first Yarn Spotlight, Eunny joins yarn expert Clara Parkes to talk wool. Learn about 100% wool yarns, their common uses, and what sets them aside from other yarns on the market. Finally, Eunny wraps up this episode with a quick tip for reading cable charts and counting rows within your cable. 
May 5
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Terrorism Roundtable, Part II This week Dennis Wholey concludes his roundtable discussion focused on Terrorism with 4 Washington experts. The conversation examines many aspects of terrorism as a global phenomenon but also as an emerging part of life in the United States. The experts are all devoted to the fields of Terrorism, Foreign Policy, and National Security. Guests include Lisa Curtis from The Heritage Foundation, Rick "Ozzie" Nelson from the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Brian Katulis from the Center for American Progress and John Sawyer, Ph.d. from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism program at the University of Maryland. 
May 5
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's weekly globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face. 
May 5
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. 
May 5
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. 
May 5
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 5
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 5
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
May 5
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Hermit Crab Shell Exchange Episode Description: Martin and Chris discover a hermit crab on the beach and soon the Wild Kratts team is exploring the amazing world of this shell changing creature. Science Concept: Animal homes 
May 5
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? 
May 5
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. 
May 5
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Race Car Problem/The Big Gig Problem The Race Car Problem - Junk Yard/Race Track Stadium. Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, "Hot Buttered Lightnin'", to compete inthe Talla-peg-a 20 race.Primary Content: More than, less thanSecondary Content: Solid shapesThe Big Gig Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the twenties 
May 5
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 3/Dinosaur Big City Part 4 Dinosaur Big City Part 3The Dinosaur Train arrives in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City, and Buddy and the Pteranodon family explore the crowded "dinosaur metropolis." At the Theropod Convention, our kids reunite with Annie Tyrannosaurus and her parents Dolores and Boris, and they all meet the multi-horned mayor, Mayor Kosmoceratops!Educational ObjectiveKosmoceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaurs which lived during the Late Cretaceous period on the island continent Laramidia that is now Utah, United States. Kosmoceratops is distinguished by an ornate skull - 15 horns - the most ornate of any known dinosaur.Dinosaur Big City Part 4Buddy and Tiny help King Cryolophosaurus overcome his fear of performing in front of his biggest audience ever, and he wows a large dinosaur audience when he sings his new song, "Whole Lotta Theropods" at the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City.Educational ObjectiveLaramidia, the island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two, was home to a very diverse number of dinosaur species, including many theropods. 
May 5
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 
May 5
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Egret in the Mist Egret in the Mist 
May 5
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Contemporary Approaches to Traditional Technique There is always a lot of discussion on what makes a traditional technique have a contemporary feel. It could be the colors, it might be the simplicity of the design, and sometimes it's even negative space. Today's show features current artists sharing their interpretation of some traditional techniques. Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dimensional fabric manipulation of circles. Then, Michelle May has an introduction to folk art fusion. The fun and whimsy of folk art is fused together with the freedom of art quilting. Finally, Max Hamrick, a dye expert from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, has a lesson on organic dyes passed down thru the years. 
May 5
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 5
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 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." 
May 5
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY 520: Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY (encore episode from previous season)We visit a public school in the heart of NYC that uses a rooftop greenhouse to teach lessons in sustainability and environmental stewardship. 
May 5
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. 
May 5
3:00 PM
Essential Pepin Fine Finishes #105 Fine Finishes Cheesecake With Apricot-Blueberry SauceFlan A La Vanille With Caramel-Cognac Sauce Chocolate MousseBread And Butter Pudding 
May 5
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Mary Bergin, head pastry chef of Spago in Las Vegas, prepares bundt cake and chiffon roll. 
May 5
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Cakes Follow along as Martha shares her expertise on how to make three lovely celebration cakes, including a four-layer génoise cake with passion fruit buttercream, an orange-almond cake with Italian meringue buttercream piping, and an unforgettable chocolate-rum roulade. 
May 5
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Soups On! Hearty soups are meals in themselves, and Sara's are both substantial and easy to make. There's a cool Seafood Gazpacho, loaded with juicy shrimp and crab with a little kick of heat. Nothing warms the belly more than the New Orleans-inspired Red Beans and Rice Soup with smoky ham. And for some winter sunshine, you can't beat Sunny Squash Soup, as yellow as the sun with a crispy fried zucchini garnish. Soup — it's a tasty bowl of comfort! 
May 5
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 5
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 5
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 5
6:57 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. 
May 5
7:00 PM
Chef Driven Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer Frank Bonanno explores the Colorado craft beer scene, focusing specifically on the Denver landscape. The episode begins with a visit to the iconic Great Divide Brewing Co., located in the heart of downtown Denver. To gain a grasp of the brewing styles around the city, Frank also visits Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Sunnyside - a neighborhood that continues to welcome new breweries. The third stop takes Frank to Boulder, where a company called Wild Goose Canning is producing some of the most state-of-the-art canning equipment in the country. The crew at Wild Goose convinces Frank he needs to see the canning line in action, which prompts a visit to Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora. Concluding each visit, Frank invites Denver chef Mary Nguyen to join him in the kitchen at Bones to create some beer-friendly dishes, all paired by Bonanno Concepts beverage director Adam Hodak. 
May 5
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. 
May 5
8:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Documentation Outside of running the kitchen at Fäviken, Chef Magnus Nilsson devotes his time to researching Nordic cultures. He travels throughout Scandinavia meeting people whose means of subsistence is tied to the past. This episode examines Chef Nilsson's motivation for documenting and preserving cultural heritage through writing and photography as he visits the Faroe Islands. 
May 5
8:30 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. 
May 5
9:00 PM
Globe Trekker Tough Trains: Vietnam Zay discovers the checkered and often-dangerous history of the Vietnamese railway. His perilous journey takes him to Hanoi, Hue, the DMZ and Ho Chi Minh City where he meets a general who led the final attack on the Presidential Palace during the Vietnam War. 
May 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." 
May 5
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. 
May 5
11:00 PM
Rivers & Rails: Daggers of the Civil War Tennessee prospered in the mid 19th century in large part as a result of the easy transportation the rivers and railways provided. However in 1861, those same rivers and rails that had transported prosperity to Tennessee and the South became lifelines for moving men, ammunition and supplies in a war that split the nation. Ultimately whoever controls the rivers and the rails in the Civil War wins the war. This explains why most of the battles in Tennessee took place near the state's rivers and railways. As a military strategy, it is straightforward and simple. But controlling the rivers and rails in the Civil War goes outside want to live in peace. 
May 5
11:30 PM
Being with the Energy of Forgiveness Through four powerful real life stories of individuals, communities, and representatives of nations in conflict, this program explores the concept of restorative dialogue and the capacity of even the most wounded people to tap into the energy of love, forgiveness, deep healing, and life transformation. 
May 6
12:00 AM
Chef Driven Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer Frank Bonanno explores the Colorado craft beer scene, focusing specifically on the Denver landscape. The episode begins with a visit to the iconic Great Divide Brewing Co., located in the heart of downtown Denver. To gain a grasp of the brewing styles around the city, Frank also visits Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Sunnyside - a neighborhood that continues to welcome new breweries. The third stop takes Frank to Boulder, where a company called Wild Goose Canning is producing some of the most state-of-the-art canning equipment in the country. The crew at Wild Goose convinces Frank he needs to see the canning line in action, which prompts a visit to Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora. Concluding each visit, Frank invites Denver chef Mary Nguyen to join him in the kitchen at Bones to create some beer-friendly dishes, all paired by Bonanno Concepts beverage director Adam Hodak. 
May 6
12:30 AM
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. 
May 6
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY 520: Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY (encore episode from previous season)We visit a public school in the heart of NYC that uses a rooftop greenhouse to teach lessons in sustainability and environmental stewardship. 
May 6
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. 
May 6
2:00 AM
Essential Pepin Fine Finishes #105 Fine Finishes Cheesecake With Apricot-Blueberry SauceFlan A La Vanille With Caramel-Cognac Sauce Chocolate MousseBread And Butter Pudding 
May 6
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia  Mary Bergin, head pastry chef of Spago in Las Vegas, prepares bundt cake and chiffon roll. 
May 6
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Cakes Follow along as Martha shares her expertise on how to make three lovely celebration cakes, including a four-layer génoise cake with passion fruit buttercream, an orange-almond cake with Italian meringue buttercream piping, and an unforgettable chocolate-rum roulade. 
May 6
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Soups On! Hearty soups are meals in themselves, and Sara's are both substantial and easy to make. There's a cool Seafood Gazpacho, loaded with juicy shrimp and crab with a little kick of heat. Nothing warms the belly more than the New Orleans-inspired Red Beans and Rice Soup with smoky ham. And for some winter sunshine, you can't beat Sunny Squash Soup, as yellow as the sun with a crispy fried zucchini garnish. Soup — it's a tasty bowl of comfort! 
May 6
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Egret in the Mist Egret in the Mist 
May 6
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Contemporary Approaches to Traditional Technique There is always a lot of discussion on what makes a traditional technique have a contemporary feel. It could be the colors, it might be the simplicity of the design, and sometimes it's even negative space. Today's show features current artists sharing their interpretation of some traditional techniques. Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dimensional fabric manipulation of circles. Then, Michelle May has an introduction to folk art fusion. The fun and whimsy of folk art is fused together with the freedom of art quilting. Finally, Max Hamrick, a dye expert from the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, has a lesson on organic dyes passed down thru the years. 
May 6
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 6
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 6
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. 
May 6
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. 
May 6
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 6
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 6
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  SIT AND BE FIT episodes feature exercises that focus on brain fitness, safe driving skills, neurological functioning, and improving balance, strength, flexibility and circulation. Program host, Mary Ann Wilson, RN guides viewers through gentle, safe workouts set to upbeat music. Each program is carefully researched and developed with the assistance of physical therapists, medical doctors and exercise specialists. Wilson's daughter, Gretchen Paukert, joins her to demonstrate seated versions of standing exercises. 
May 6
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Slider, the Otter Episode Description: The Wild Kratts discover a lost otter cub. Assuming he is lost, the bros attempt to find his family, while introducing him to life in the Cypress Swamp of Florida. Science Concept: Instinct and learning. Otter cubs have to learn how to survive in their particular habitat. 
May 6
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? 
May 6
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. 
May 6
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Birthday Cake Problem/The Doohickey Problem The Birthday Cake Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Peg and Cat make a rockin' birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.Primary Content: The teen numbersSecondary Content: PatternsThe Doohickey Problem - The Purple Planet. When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Shapes, the number 16 
May 6
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Adventure Camp: Ziplining/Adventure Camp: Canyon Hiking ADVENTURE CAMP: ZIPLININGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are back for another adventure and this time they'll be travelling to a rainforest! Once they arrive in the dense rainforest, the campers explore different levels of the ecosystem, including the forest floor and the canopy of leaves at the top of the forest. After a hike through the rainforest, the campers' fun adventure culminates as each kid takes a ride on a zip line, where they all get a bird's eye view of the entire rainforest!Educational Objective: Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet, forests that are home to a vast array of different life forms. Rainforests get a lot of rain, at least 70 inches per year. Rainforests, often called the "lungs of the Earth," generate much of the oxygen we breathe.ADVENTURE CAMP: CANYON HIKINGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are led by Mr. Conductor and Gilbert on a hike down a canyon, where they can see the different layers of the Mesozoic Era! At first Lily Lambeosaurus is reluctant to go, thinking that a new adventure sounds hard, but Don convinces her that a new adventure can be worth the effort. At the bottom of the canyon, the kids dig for fossils. Each Nature Tracker goes home with a "new" Ammonite fossil, and Lily is so glad she tried something new!Educational Objective: Canyons are deep cuts in the earth's surface. They are formed by erosion. Erosion is mainly caused by the flow of rivers. It takes millions of years for canyons to become the grandiose natural landmarks they are today. The bottom rocks in canyons can date back billions of years, beyond the Mesozoic. Canyons can also be formed by a shift of the earth's tectonic plates. 
May 6
10:00 AM
Sesame Street School for Chickens Elmo helps Professor Buck Awe teach a class of chickens using strategies he learned in preschool. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
May 6
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 6
11:30 AM
Sew It All Off the Cuff, Tara Rex Create fun and funky fabric jewelry. 
May 6
12:00 PM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
May 6
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 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." 
May 6
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART travels the country looking for great gardens to highlight. In this Episode we visit two exceptional gardens and two fantastic gardeners. It's beautiful and informative, we're glad we visited and think you will be too. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
May 6
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Picnic Basket Wooden strips strung to frame an elegant family picnic centerpiece. 
May 6
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada" Two of Ensenada's best seafood chefs, Benito Molina and Alain Genchi, join Rick for a lesson in mollusk farming. Juan Carlos Lapuente of Acuacultura Integral de Baja California takes the trio to the rich coastal waters to see oyster and mussel farming. Along the way, we learn that the quality of these waters is what makes the seafood from this area so outstanding. They cook their catch at Muelle Tres on the Ensenada waterfront, then Rick accompanies Benito to his fine-dining restaurant, Manzanilla, for sautéed abalone and two oyster preparations. Solange Muris pairs her husband's dishes with the local wines. At home, Rick shows us how to make the green ceviche he enjoys at Erizo, a Tijuana ceviche restaurant featuring local seafood. 
May 6
3:30 PM
Taste This! Cooking with Salt Chef Joe's first stop is Tamba Bar and Grill in New York City. It's one of his favorite restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine. Back in the test kitchen Chef Joe is entertaining and educating viewers on how to cook using a Himalayan Salt Brick. Ditch the spices, switch up your cooking technique and experiment with a salt brick! Watch Chef Joe as he prepares marinated steak with grilled summer vegetables all on the brick. 
May 6
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. 
May 6
4:30 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. 
May 6
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 6
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 6
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 6
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 6
7:00 PM
Pacific Heartbeat Under a Jarvis Moon Under a Jarvis Moon is the story of 130 young men from Hawai'i who, from the late 1930s through the early years of World War II, were part of a clandestine mission by the U.S. federal government to occupy desert islands in the middle of the Pacific. The first wave of these colonists were Hawaiian high school students, chosen because government officials assumed Pacific Islanders could best survive the harsh conditions present on the tiny, isolated islands. For the young men, who were unaware of the true purpose of their role as colonists, what ensued is a tale of intrigue, courage, and ultimately, tragedy. Amazingly, these men (four of whom are still alive) are only now being recognized for their sacrifice, and efforts are underway for the United States to officially acknowledge them for serving their country. 
May 6
8:00 PM
Pacific Heartbeat Road To The Globe In 2010, the home of Shakespeare - The Globe Theatre in London, England - issued a proclamation outlining the world's biggest Shakespearean festival: 36 countries, 36 Shakespearean plays, 36 languages. New Zealand actor Rawiri Paratene answered the call and was given the honor to open the festival. Spanning the twelve-week period before Opening Night, ROAD TO THE GLOBE follows Rawiri as he forms his own company, Ngakau Toa, consisting of New Zealand's best Maori actors, and their journey as they prepare to take their Maori adaption of William Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida to The Globe. 
May 6
9:00 PM
Pacific Heartbeat Na Loea: The Masters II NA LOEA: THE MASTERS provides a unique window in the lives of those who are considered masters in Hawaiian culture. From sustainable fishing and land management practices, to preserving traditional language and arts, NA LOEA: THE MASTERS shares the stories of native Hawaiians who have dedicated their lives to practice, preserve and pass on knowledge and expertise accumulated over years. 
May 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." 
May 6
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. 
May 6
11:00 PM
We've Got The Power We've Got the Power is the follow-up documentary to the Emmy Award-winning program, The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green. We've Got the Power shows viewers how the United States can replace fossil fuels with clean energy in a way that is economically beneficial to consumers and businesses alike, and ensures a safer environment for future generations. By driving electric vehicles, installing solar on our roofs, or doing something as simple as getting a home energy audit, we all have the power to improve energy efficiency, save money, and phase out fossil fuels. Becky Worley of ABC's Good Morning America and Yahoo! News returns as host and takes viewers back on the road to check out cutting edge technologies like solar storage using molten salt in Spain and innovate energy efficiency retrofits at the Empire State Building. She also gets a personal tour of the new Nissan Leaf plant from CEO Carlos Ghosn and an up close look at a solar-powered airplane that can fly day and night without fuel! We've Got the Power also looks at the importance of the role of government in different stages of clean energy production including research, regulations, policy making, and protecting the public and the environment from disasters like the BP Gulf Oil Spill. The one-hour documentary is produced by the Emmy Award winning team at Filmsight Productions in partnership with the Professional Engineers in California Government (PECG). 
May 7
12:00 AM
Instruments of Change History credits the inception of the Civil Rights movement to Montgomery, Alabama in the mid-1950s. However here in Miami as early as 1951, there existed a Fine Arts Conservatory dedicated to bringing music, dance and art to young black and white students in an integrated environment. This little known conservatory founded by longtime Miami resident Ruth Greenfield, would challenge segregation and change the lives of many of those who attended the school. Some like classical, clarinet lover Fredrick Morley, would institute the programs he participated in at the Conservatory as the principal of a highly acclaimed elementary school. Others would start their own conservatories or theater companies or become life-long advocates for the arts. It's exactly what Greenfield had in mind when she conceived the Conservatory as a place where those of any color can come together, be taught by first rate teachers and be instilled with a sense of dignity and confidence so they can strive to reach their full potential. As the Conservatory wound down in the late 70s, it overlapped another Greenfield project known as the Lunchtime Lively Arts Series. Initiated in 1972 to help revitalize a downtown in decline, it was hosted by Miami Dade College and brought a variety of free entertainment every Wednesday at noon to various downtown venues. The series which spanned almost twenty years, reignited interest in the arts and was the spark that led to Miami's urban renewal that is still taking place today. Chronicling these events is an engaging one hour documentary titled, "Instruments of Change." The film shows the power the performing arts has in bringing a community together and features intimate interviews, emotional footage and photographs along with archival and current day performances from those who participated in these nearly forgotten endeavors. The film was commissioned by longtime admirers of Ruth Greenfield to honor her dedication for making Miami a better place to live. 
May 7
1:00 AM
Chef Driven Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer Frank Bonanno explores the Colorado craft beer scene, focusing specifically on the Denver landscape. The episode begins with a visit to the iconic Great Divide Brewing Co., located in the heart of downtown Denver. To gain a grasp of the brewing styles around the city, Frank also visits Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Sunnyside - a neighborhood that continues to welcome new breweries. The third stop takes Frank to Boulder, where a company called Wild Goose Canning is producing some of the most state-of-the-art canning equipment in the country. The crew at Wild Goose convinces Frank he needs to see the canning line in action, which prompts a visit to Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora. Concluding each visit, Frank invites Denver chef Mary Nguyen to join him in the kitchen at Bones to create some beer-friendly dishes, all paired by Bonanno Concepts beverage director Adam Hodak. 
May 7
1:30 AM
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. 
May 7
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada" Two of Ensenada's best seafood chefs, Benito Molina and Alain Genchi, join Rick for a lesson in mollusk farming. Juan Carlos Lapuente of Acuacultura Integral de Baja California takes the trio to the rich coastal waters to see oyster and mussel farming. Along the way, we learn that the quality of these waters is what makes the seafood from this area so outstanding. They cook their catch at Muelle Tres on the Ensenada waterfront, then Rick accompanies Benito to his fine-dining restaurant, Manzanilla, for sautéed abalone and two oyster preparations. Solange Muris pairs her husband's dishes with the local wines. At home, Rick shows us how to make the green ceviche he enjoys at Erizo, a Tijuana ceviche restaurant featuring local seafood. 
May 7
2:30 AM
Taste This! Cooking with Salt Chef Joe's first stop is Tamba Bar and Grill in New York City. It's one of his favorite restaurants serving authentic Indian cuisine. Back in the test kitchen Chef Joe is entertaining and educating viewers on how to cook using a Himalayan Salt Brick. Ditch the spices, switch up your cooking technique and experiment with a salt brick! Watch Chef Joe as he prepares marinated steak with grilled summer vegetables all on the brick. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
3:30 AM
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. 
May 7
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 7
4:30 AM
Sew It All Off the Cuff, Tara Rex Create fun and funky fabric jewelry. 
May 7
5:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
May 7
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 7
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 7
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Core Strengthening Mary Ann uses hand weights and a ball to strengthen the abdominal muscles. Gretchen adds some exercises to challenge the brain. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
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? 
May 7
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. 
May 7
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Honey Problem/The Penguin Problem The Honey Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. The 3 Bees will produce honey for Peg and Cat's super-popular honey cake - but only if Peg and Cat will dance for the Bees in a certain pattern!Primary Content: WeightSecondary Content: PatternsThe Penguin Problem - The South Pole. Peg and Cat coach a team of skiing penguins, who would have a shot at the Olympic gold medal if only they knew "over", "under", and "in between".Primary Content: Over, under, in betweenSecondary Content: Balance 
May 7
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Shiny and Snakes/Tiny Loves Flowers Shiny and SnakesShiny gets over her fear of snakes when Tiny challenges the Nature Trackers to meet the ultimate snake: the Sanajeh, a huge Cretaceous snake from what is now India. Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find Sana Sanajeh, who may be huge, but turns out to be quite friendly. Once Shiny and Sana become friends, Shiny returns home with the knowledge that snakes aren't scary - they're just another part of nature!Educational ObjectiveMany children (and adults) are afraid of any and all snakes, and even think of them as "evil" creatures. This episode teaches that most snakes are not harmful to us - and even do many things to help the natural world.Tiny Loves Flowers Tiny is horrified when her favorite buttercups all wilt, so Mom takes her and the family to the Big Pond, where she remembers seeing a whole lot of buttercups in bloom. On the way there, the Conductor gives the kids a visual lesson in "Nature's Life Cycle," explaining how a flower grows, blossoms, then wilts, and returns its seeds to the ground, to start the cycle all over again. Tiny finds her flowers at the Big Pond, both blooming and wilting, and can see nature's life cycle in action.Educational Objective Tiny and the kids learn about the plant life cycle and what flowers needs to survive - how they take energy from their environment and change it from one form to another; how they convert sunlight, water, and nutrients in the dirt into something beautiful to look at and smell. 
May 7
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.  
May 7
11:00 AM
Creative Living Chef Johnny Lee and Kate McKay John Vollertsen, better known as Chef Johnny Vee, will demonstrate how to cook with healthy legumes and discuss why they are so good to add to your diet. John owns and operates Las Cosas Cooking School, and he will prepare a Cannellini Bean Dip and Tex Mex Veggie Chili. Author and fitness guru, Kate McKay is going to talk about the components of a "living sexy fit" lifestyle which takes a holistic approach. She includes correct eating, exercise, and motivation. Her book is titled "Living Sexy Fit...at Any Age." Karen Eckmeier owns The Quilted Lizard , and she's going to show a new series of patterns which use a paper backed fusible for easy appliqué, and also show how she combines floral, fauna and critters to create a kaleidoscope design. 
May 7
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Appliqué—Large & Small, Part 2 Learn fast and easy applique tricks!Mary Mulari guest hosts and teaches new and different appliqué techniques. When there's little time to sew, but you want to stitch something fun, learn how to add a modern applique—large or small. No more detailed satin stitching! Use common machine stitches that often never get used. 
May 7
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 7
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Brian Smith - The Birth of a Brand Brian Smith is the founder of UGG, the Australian Boots that took the world by storm. With his book, The Birth of a Brand, Brian shares his secret for launching your entrepreneurial passion and soul. 
May 7
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." 
May 7
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. 
May 7
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Edible Landscaping P. Allen Smith searches the suburbs of Chicago and finds a front yard filled with edible flora. Allen also makes a stop at the nation's first certified organic rooftop farm. Back in Arkansas Allen demonstrates Plus, a tablescape design from a 19th century plantation home. 
May 7
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Cooking with Wine Cooking with wine is an easy way to boost the flavor in any recipe. Martha highlights the basic guidelines for using wine as an ingredient in four classic recipes: richly flavored beef bourguignon; cioppino, a tomato-and-wine-based fish stew; a sumptuous chicken marsala; and, for something sweet ... poached pears two ways, in red and white wine. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Taste of Trees Andreas visits Hedmark in Eastern Norway, a region with large farms, abundant food and vast forests. Andreas cooks over an open fire to infuse the dish with a smoky flavor. He provides tips on using smoke in cooking before whipping up sweet apple-flavored pork chops with potato salad. For the main course, Andreas prepares hot-smoked pork glazed with a rich homemade birch syrup, which he also pours over waffles for dessert. 
May 7
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. 
May 7
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 7
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 7
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 7
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 7
7:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Hour 2 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW heads to Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum to look at vintage pinball machines. Highlights include a Lambert magician automaton, ca. 1900, that is still in working condition; a Ray Bradbury archive collected by Bradbury's high school English teacher; and Fred Myrick scrimshaw tooth, ca. 1830, that has a long history of family folklore and is appraised for $150,000 to $200,000. 
May 7
8:00 PM
NOVA The Great Math Mystery NOVA leads viewers on a mathematical mystery tour — a provocative exploration of math's astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math's signature in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. Math was essential to everything from the first wireless radio transmissions to the prediction and discovery of the Higgs boson and the successful landing of rovers on Mars. But where does math get its power? Astrophysicist and writer Mario Livio, along with a colorful cast of mathematicians, physicists and engineers, follows math from Pythagoras to Einstein and beyond, all leading to the ultimate riddle: Is math an invention or a discovery? Humankind's clever trick or the language of the universe? 
May 7
9:00 PM
FRONTLINE Memory of the Camps A landmark historical film discovered by FRONTLINE in a museum vault decades ago has been called "Hitchcock's lost Holocaust film." First broadcast by the series in 1985, the documentary shows the first horrifying footage shot as Allied troops entered the Nazi death camps. Drawing on initial editing done by famed director Alfred Hitchcock before the film was shelved 70 years ago, FRONTLINE reconstituted the forgotten reels and script and showed them in public for the first time 30 years ago. 
May 7
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." 
May 7
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. 
May 7
11:00 PM
Gettysburg Story Civil War era music reinterpreted with 21st century technology along with a dramatic and evocative sound mix makes the vicious battle come to life. GPS linked digital animations dynamically and efficiently explain troop movements and military strategies employed in the battle. The history and the land literally come alive in this unique visual and aural interpretation. Experience The Gettysburg Story as you have never seen it before! This groundbreaking documentary tells the history of the greatest battle fought on American soil primarily using stunning time lapse cinematography and high definition views of the actual battlefield as recorded by radio controlled helicopter cameras. 
May 8
12:00 AM
Chef Driven Colorado: The Napa Valley of Beer Frank Bonanno explores the Colorado craft beer scene, focusing specifically on the Denver landscape. The episode begins with a visit to the iconic Great Divide Brewing Co., located in the heart of downtown Denver. To gain a grasp of the brewing styles around the city, Frank also visits Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in Sunnyside - a neighborhood that continues to welcome new breweries. The third stop takes Frank to Boulder, where a company called Wild Goose Canning is producing some of the most state-of-the-art canning equipment in the country. The crew at Wild Goose convinces Frank he needs to see the canning line in action, which prompts a visit to Dry Dock Brewing Company in Aurora. Concluding each visit, Frank invites Denver chef Mary Nguyen to join him in the kitchen at Bones to create some beer-friendly dishes, all paired by Bonanno Concepts beverage director Adam Hodak. 
May 8
12:30 AM
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. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Edible Landscaping P. Allen Smith searches the suburbs of Chicago and finds a front yard filled with edible flora. Allen also makes a stop at the nation's first certified organic rooftop farm. Back in Arkansas Allen demonstrates Plus, a tablescape design from a 19th century plantation home. 
May 8
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Cooking with Wine Cooking with wine is an easy way to boost the flavor in any recipe. Martha highlights the basic guidelines for using wine as an ingredient in four classic recipes: richly flavored beef bourguignon; cioppino, a tomato-and-wine-based fish stew; a sumptuous chicken marsala; and, for something sweet ... poached pears two ways, in red and white wine. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Taste of Trees Andreas visits Hedmark in Eastern Norway, a region with large farms, abundant food and vast forests. Andreas cooks over an open fire to infuse the dish with a smoky flavor. He provides tips on using smoke in cooking before whipping up sweet apple-flavored pork chops with potato salad. For the main course, Andreas prepares hot-smoked pork glazed with a rich homemade birch syrup, which he also pours over waffles for dessert. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
4:00 AM
Creative Living Chef Johnny Lee and Kate McKay John Vollertsen, better known as Chef Johnny Vee, will demonstrate how to cook with healthy legumes and discuss why they are so good to add to your diet. John owns and operates Las Cosas Cooking School, and he will prepare a Cannellini Bean Dip and Tex Mex Veggie Chili. Author and fitness guru, Kate McKay is going to talk about the components of a "living sexy fit" lifestyle which takes a holistic approach. She includes correct eating, exercise, and motivation. Her book is titled "Living Sexy Fit...at Any Age." Karen Eckmeier owns The Quilted Lizard , and she's going to show a new series of patterns which use a paper backed fusible for easy appliqué, and also show how she combines floral, fauna and critters to create a kaleidoscope design. 
May 8
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Appliqué—Large & Small, Part 2 Learn fast and easy applique tricks!Mary Mulari guest hosts and teaches new and different appliqué techniques. When there's little time to sew, but you want to stitch something fun, learn how to add a modern applique—large or small. No more detailed satin stitching! Use common machine stitches that often never get used. 
May 8
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 8
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Brian Smith - The Birth of a Brand Brian Smith is the founder of UGG, the Australian Boots that took the world by storm. With his book, The Birth of a Brand, Brian shares his secret for launching your entrepreneurial passion and soul. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 8
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 8
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Exercise is Fun Mary Ann focuses on fun and functional exercises set to some of her favorite music. 
May 8
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Osprey Episode Description: Jimmy accidentally drops the keys to the Tortuga into the ocean. Chris, Martin and Aviva on are a race to develop osprey creature powers to find the keys before they disappear forever! Science Concept: Adaptations - specialization 
May 8
8:00 AM
Curious George Grease Monkeys in Space/Piñata Vision Grease Monkeys in Space: The Man with the Yellow Hat's dream of space travel is finally coming true! He's been assigned to repair a large telescope, but on the day of the big launch Professors Weisman, Pizza and Einstein realize that it's actually a two-man - or rather, a one-man and one-monkey - job. Soon it's up to George to complete the mission and replace the telescope's batteries. George has only a few minutes before his air runs out to accomplish his task and remember his right, his left and his shapes. Can George save the day or will the space walk turn into a space "whoops"? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that tools are simple objects that help humans complete tasks.Piñata Vision: When George attends Betsy's birthday party he is ready for a day of fun with friends. Steve and Betsy blindfold George and give him the first shot at breaking open the birthday piñata - but when George swings the bat without any sense of where he's aiming, he makes a grand mess instead. To help George improve his game, Steve blindfolds George and sets him off to try and find Charkie - and George navigates his way around the city by using only his hands, ears and sense of touch. His adventure leads him to some familiar places and ultimately back to the sweet piñata prize! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: To experience the senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell as ways of exploring and navigating in the world and to understand that each sense provides a unique perspective through which we may interpret the environment. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
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 
May 8
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Buddy Explores the Tyrannosaurs/Rainy Day Fight Buddy Explores the TyrannosaursBuddy, an adopted T. rex, wishes he knew more about his T. rex ancestors. So, Dad takes him and Tiny on the Dinosaur Train back to the early Cretaceous, to visit an ancestor: an earlier version of Tyrannosaurus rex called Raptorex. Rodney Raptorex is a kid who won't grow up to be as big as Buddy will, but the two boys find that they not only have a lot of differences, they have a lot in common, too. Educational Objectives There were many other types of tyrannosaurs that came before T. rex. And many of these species died out before Buddy's time. The giant T. rex evolved from ancestors that were small-bodied, long-armed, covered with feathers, and not much bigger than Velociraptor.Rainy Day FightThe kids are stuck cooped up in the nest for a long, rainy spell which leads to them fighting. Mom tells them that the rain has stopped enough that they can leave the nest - but she gives them an assignment: to go find their own "calm space," where they can calm down enough to get along with each other again. It works - each kid finds something in nature that helps him or her to calm down and be friends again.Educational Objectives After the kids have a fight, Mom sends each kid out (into nature of course) to find their calm space, and in doing so, make observations about nature that increases their connection to nature. The kids model fun ways that children can go outside and interact with nature. This story clearly makes the connection between nature exploration and emotional well-being. 
May 8
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Rocco's Boat 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.  
May 8
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Pottery Studio The Bansemers travel to North Carolina where they visit the studio of potter David Voorhees. Sarah talks with David about his pottery and the wood fired kiln. Roger captures the studio and the path leading to it in a small painting with acrylics. 
May 8
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Early Firecracker Quilt Celebrate the American spirit with Eleanor's fun methods that explode with colors of red, white and blue! 
May 8
12:00 PM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 8
12:30 PM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 8
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." 
May 8
1:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 8
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Life During Wartime This episode includes two short films: "They Also Serve" by Michael Meehan and "Road to Peshawar" by Hammad Rizvi. In "They Also Serve," a mother's nerves start to fray as she waits for her soldier son to arrive home for his welcoming party. In "Road to Peshawar" which is set during the Soviet-Afghan War, a father leads his injured daughter through the treacherous Peshawar Pass. In a literal minefield, her fate becomes linked to that of a Soviet sniper. 
May 8
2:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with John Ridley John Ridley reflects on his beginnings and the inspirations that have shaped his approach to screenwriting, with a special look into his journey adapting the Academy Award®-winning script for 12 Years a Slave. Accompanied by Alex Clark's short film, Siren, about two ambulance paramedics faced with an emergency that's out of this world. 
May 8
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Michael Schlow and Basting On this episode of Simply Ming it is all about basting, a technique chef's use that's great for home cooks too. Chef Michael Schlow cooks with Ming and shows that basting is as easy as a flick of the wrist as we cook on the fly on Simply Ming. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
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. 
May 8
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Super Party Menu After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 8
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 8
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 8
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 8
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 8
7:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 8
7:30 PM
Arts in Context La Junta Arts In Context explores the process of creation through collaboration and the condition of living and working as an artist. In this documentary series visual arts, dance, music and culture are featured in hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own and facilitate the dialogue between artists and audiences. 
May 8
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 8
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara Pete Coors In-depth Discussion with Pete Coors. 
May 8
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Sister Helen Prejean 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. 
May 8
9:30 PM
Well Read Jess Walter / "Beautiful Ruins" In Jess Walter's acclaimed novel, the lives of his protagonists match the title of the book. 
May 8
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." 
May 8
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. 
May 8
11:00 PM
Natural Beekeeping This documentary follows Jerry Dunbar's natural beekeeping practices and showing the life cycle of a healthy colony of bees. Natural Beekeeping fascinates people of all kinds and will broaden the horizons of anyone interested in ecological, health, and nutritional matters. 
May 9
12:00 AM
MIND IN QUICKSAND: LIFE WITH HUNTINGTON'SMIND IN QUICKSAND: LIFE WITH HUNTINGTON'S Six years elapsed between the time Kim Lile first felt "something wrong" with her health to her diagnosis of Huntington's disease at age 42. Initially, it felt as if her mind was being swallowed in quicksand. Bouts of uncharacteristic clumsiness, sudden outbursts of temper, depression and forgetfulness grew progressively worse, eventually affecting her ability to work as a photographer and film script supervisor. Numerous medical tests and consultations with neurologists finally put a name to the inexplicable force changing Kim's life: Huntington's disease, the incurable brain disorder that causes devastating mental and physical deterioration over time. Although the diagnosis came as a total shock, Kim faced her new reality head-on. She resolved to find out as much as she could about Huntington's and capture it on film to raise public awareness about the disease. The resulting documentary, A MIND IN QUICKSAND: LIFE WITH HUNTINGTON'S, is by turns touching, informative and inspiring. 
May 9
1:00 AM
Hidden Pictures When filmmaker Delaney Ruston learns that worldwide over 450 million people have some type of mental illness, she wonders why their stories are rarely heard. HIDDEN PICTURES depicts Delaney's journey to uncover deeply personal mental health stories in India, China, South Africa, France and the United States. The filmmaker explores questions around cultural attitudes toward mental illness, the desolating experience of stigma, and the challenge of coping in countries where access to mental health treatments are severely limited and human rights violations are common. The stories uncover a surprising reality...globally; when it comes to experiences of mental illness, we are far more similar than different. Ultimately, HIDDEN PICTURES instills hope by featuring the anti-stigma campaigns of mental health advocates such as former Congressman Patrick Kennedy and actor Glenn Close. 
May 9
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Michael Schlow and Basting On this episode of Simply Ming it is all about basting, a technique chef's use that's great for home cooks too. Chef Michael Schlow cooks with Ming and shows that basting is as easy as a flick of the wrist as we cook on the fly on Simply Ming. 
May 9
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. 
May 9
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. 
May 9
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Super Party Menu After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 9
4:00 AM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 9
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Early Firecracker Quilt Celebrate the American spirit with Eleanor's fun methods that explode with colors of red, white and blue! 
May 9
5:00 AM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 9
5:30 AM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 9
6:00 AM
Caillou CAILLOU THE SCIENTIST Magnet Madness: Caillou is playing with the fridge magnets and learns lots of things about them. About what they stick to and what they don't stick to - like Gilbert! He even imagines himself as a human magnet superhero. In the end Caillou is able to apply what he's learned and uses a magnet to help Daddy retrieve a metal peg from behind the workbench. Caillou the Dinosaur Hunter: The whole family goes on a trip to the natural history museum to look at the dinosaurs. Caillou is really enjoying himself looking at the skeletons and learning about the different kinds of dinosaurs. When he momentarily loses the others he knows enough to stay put until Mommy comes back and finds him. And when he realizes he's left Rexy somewhere he learns about the lost and found, and retraces his steps until he finds his dinosaur friend. Caillou the Astronaut: Caillou wants to play with both his friends Clementine and Xavier in the playschool playground. Unfortunately Clementine wants to play bears and Xavier wants to play astronauts, and a little argument ensues. At story time Miss Martin tells them more about spaceships and astronauts and Caillou imagines he's zooming around the galaxy exploring stars and planets. Back outside Caillou makes up a new astronaut and bear game so everyone can play together. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: Children learn facts about physics (magnets), archaeology (dinosaurs), and astronautics (outer space) along with practical tips like what do when you are lost in a public place and how to resolve playschool conflicts. 
May 9
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Take Your Time! Educational Objective: Learn the importance of taking your time and not rushing to get the job doneWhizzy Dizzy The team is building a new workshop for Bob, and Dizzy decides to show him she is the fastest machine on the job! As Bob and Wendy clear out the old workshop, Bob finds some things that are precious to him! Whizzing around to prove her speedy usefulness, Dizzy spills paint on the ground - and concrete into the tin of Grandpa Billy's tools! Then she quickly speeds off to recycle Bob's old frame! But when she returns, she discovers that not only has she set Grandpa Billy's tools into concrete; she's also thrown away Bob's precious frame!Dizzy has an idea to make up for the mistakes she's made. Wendy helps to mount the concreted tools in the rescued frame, and hang it over the door of the new workshop. When Bob sees his new sign, he's over the moon! Travis' New Garage The team has a big job today, building Travis a surprise garage.As Roley tries to find other lost things, he knocks over a pile of wood and then moves Wendy's saw without telling her. He even manages to whizz off into the fields and get himself lost!Bob and the team have to put down their tools and look for Roley. It's great to find lost things but not if it slows down the build. Now it looks like Travis's new garage won't be finished in time. Farmer Pickles had left a list of Travis' favorite things, to be put in his new garage to make him feel at home - but it's gone! When Roley puts the lost property skills to the test, he finds the list! Soon everything is gathered and Travis gets the garage he's always dreamed of! 
May 9
7:00 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? 
May 9
7:30 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. 
May 9
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Race Car Problem/The Big Gig Problem The Race Car Problem - Junk Yard/Race Track Stadium. Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, "Hot Buttered Lightnin'", to compete inthe Talla-peg-a 20 race.Primary Content: More than, less thanSecondary Content: Solid shapesThe Big Gig Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the twenties 
May 9
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 3/Dinosaur Big City Part 4 Dinosaur Big City Part 3The Dinosaur Train arrives in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City, and Buddy and the Pteranodon family explore the crowded "dinosaur metropolis." At the Theropod Convention, our kids reunite with Annie Tyrannosaurus and her parents Dolores and Boris, and they all meet the multi-horned mayor, Mayor Kosmoceratops!Educational ObjectiveKosmoceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaurs which lived during the Late Cretaceous period on the island continent Laramidia that is now Utah, United States. Kosmoceratops is distinguished by an ornate skull - 15 horns - the most ornate of any known dinosaur.Dinosaur Big City Part 4Buddy and Tiny help King Cryolophosaurus overcome his fear of performing in front of his biggest audience ever, and he wows a large dinosaur audience when he sings his new song, "Whole Lotta Theropods" at the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City.Educational ObjectiveLaramidia, the island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two, was home to a very diverse number of dinosaur species, including many theropods. 
May 9
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Helping Hands Toby's New WhistleToby is fitted with a brand new three chime whistle while his little bell is repaired. Toby finds this new whistle a bit daunting. So instead, Toby comes up with a plan. If he is very careful and drives very slowly he won't need to use it. However, when Thomas hurtles towards some cows, which have wandered onto the tracks, Toby is forced to use his bell. Toby realizes that his bell is not that scary, in fact it makes a great noise. So, when Gordon races towards a fallen tree, Toby is happy to blow his whistle and save Gordon too.Hiro Helps OutAt Knapford Station, Hiro sees that Sir Topham Hatt is very busy. Sir Topham Hatt is in a rush to see his brother. He appears without his hat and even knocks into a porter! Edward puffs in. He needs instructions from Sir Topham Hatt for the visitors he has. Hiro decides he will help Sir Topham Hatt, by making decisions for him, in his absence! Hiro tells Edward to take the visitors to the Hills, tells Thomas to take time to visit Farmer Trotter and the piglets and then tells Percy to take his flatbed of ducks to the Fenland for a swim! Hiro feels delighted with his work until Sir Topham Hatt meets him. The visitors are late, Farmer McColl wants his ducks and where is Thomas and his crates!? Sir Topham Hatt is never too busy for engine business. Hiro is mortified. He chuffs off fast to tell Edward, Thomas and Percy to complete their tasks quickly. Order is returned and Hiro returns to Knapford where Sir Topham Hatt tells him that he is still a Really Useful Engine! 
May 9
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Windy Children's Day/Angelina and Ms. Mimi's Dance Angelina and the Windy Children's DayIt's the mouselings' annual Children's Day celebration! When things go awry, the mouselings are disappointed and ready to throw in the towel. All of a sudden, something wonderful happens and Children's Day ends up being a huge success after all!Educational Objectives:• To introduce folk traditions• To explore traditions in other cultures• To demonstrate perseverance Angelina and Ms. Mimi's DanceMs. Mimi performs a special modern dance for the school. Angelina and her friends are very impressed! They can only dream of a day when dancing comes so easily. In a comic flashback, Ms. Mimi assures them that the dance wasn't nearly as easy as it looked! Educational Objectives:• To introduce modern dance• To demonstrate healthful ways to prepare for a dance performance, such as drinking plenty of water, getting enough rest, and warming up muscles to avoid injury• To illustrate the importance of striving to achieve a goal, even in the face of adversity• To demonstrate the importance of practice and perseverance 
May 9
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Snowflake Day! Snowflake Day!In this thirty minute holiday musical episode, the Neighborhood is celebrating Snowflake Day! Daniel has a very important role as the snowflake in the Neighborhood's Snowflake Day Show and he can't wait to say his lines! The Enchanted Garden is full of excitement and winter cheer as everyone pitches in to make the celebration a true Neighborhood success!Theme: HolidayStrategy: N/A 
May 9
10:30 AM
Super Why! The Three Billy Goats Gruff Gramma will not let Red into the kitchen to get some extra special Red Velvet Cake - and it's making Red extremely mad! The Super Readers head into the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff, who really want to cross the Trolls bridge...only this time the Troll gets to tell his side of the story. The Super Readers wonder if anyone can make those rude Billy Goats Gruff behave, and Red figures out what Gramma needs to hear.Educational Objectives: To learn the importance of good behavior, discover the alphabet and identify the letters P-O-L-E. Kids will also practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 9
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS Starling Discovers the Moon / Three Racers and a Baby Robot Starling Discovers the MoonYoung Starling makes a startling discovery one night: Earth's Moon seems to be smaller than the last time she saw it. Can this be? Worried, she begins to chart the state of the Moon every night, which only confirms her worst fears: the Moon is disappearing!!! When she rushes around like Chicken Little, frantically warning everyone, they're amused at her concern (and naïveté), and try to calm her down... but no one effectively explains how the Moon waxes and wanes over the course of each month. Determined to save what's left of the Moon from disappearing altogether, Starling decides to travel all the way up there herself and do what she can to avert this catastrophe.Three Racers and a Baby RobotWhile he's distracted one morning, Coot's new baby robot escapes from his workshop! Lost, it roams around the school campus until it adopts Robyn as its new owner. Dinky, as Robyn affectionately names the little bot, followers her around everywhere and displays a surprisingly diverse array of talents. As she and her friends spend more and more time with Dinky, they learn more about what it can do. Meanwhile, a worried Coot searches high and low for his missing robot. When Robyn finds out who Dinky really is, will she be able to give up her new "pet"? 
May 9
11:30 AM
Odd Squad My Better Half/The Confalones My Better Half - When symmetrical objects become vandalized, Olive and Otto must figure out why.Curriculum: Geometry and spatial sense; identifying symmetryThe Confalones - Olive and Otto are called in to help when objects and, eventually, people start disappearing inside an Italian restaurant.Curriculum: Number operations; rounding numbers 
May 9
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 9
12:30 PM
Autoline Ralph Gilles: FCA's Designer of Dreams Ralph Gilles joined Chrysler back in 1992 and has been with the company - which is now called Fiat Chrysler Automobiles - for more than half of his youthful 45 years. He started in Design Office and has held a number of positions over the years until recently when he was promoted to the top design job in FCA, Head of Design. On this edition of Autoline THIS WEEK John McElroy, Scott Burgess of Motor Trend and Car and Driver's Eddie Alterman talk to Ralph about his career and the fruits of a life in design. 
May 9
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Grapvine, Texas Chet heads to Grapevine, the "Christmas Capital of Texas" to catch the spirit of the season. He visits main street to eat at a French bakery, tours a winery, sees amazing sculptures of ice at the Gaylord Texan, and finishes it off on the historic railroad bound for the North Pole. 
May 9
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. 
May 9
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Ireland -- the West is Bes Ireland -- the West is Best Joseph starts his Ireland adventure in the town of Shannon and then heads southwest to the Dingle Peninsula. While on the Peninsula he uncovers a few important Irish secrets like how to draw a proper pint, spout a wee bit of Gaelic without getting tongue-tied, how to root for your horse home at the Dingle races and which pub has the best Irish soda bread and stew. Then he heads to the Puck Festival in Killorglin on the Ring of Kerry for some Irish merrymaking. Joseph also learns about the Irish emigration to America and hears the story of the Blasket Islanders - a modern-day Irish migration saga. 
May 9
2:30 PM
Journeys in Africa Zanzibar: The Original Spice Island Journeys in Africa is an innovative travel series focusing on the African continent. It will highlight Africa's unique culture, history, architecture and wildlife. Bill Ball explores both small villages and giant metropolises to explain the diverse culture, the fascinating traditions and the wonderful people that make up Africa. 
May 9
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Mendoza, Argentina The heart of Argentine wine country is nestled in a valley beneath the snow-capped Andes whose iconic summit, Aconcagua, is the highest in the Western hemisphere. Glacial runoff from the mountain range feeds the miles of vineyards that, along with fruit and vegetable farms, blanket the lowlands. Rudy drives into the thin air of the Andes, visiting the graveyard of those who died trying to summit Aconcagua. His choice for high-altitude adventure: getting soaked while whitewater rafting. Back at sea level, he meets winemakers whose well-priced and elegant Malbecs are shaking up the world's wine market. A lunch of grilled meats prepared by gauchos in the middle of a vineyard is a reminder that the cowboy life is very much alive in this stunning region. 
May 9
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Sevilla Sevilla is the flamboyant city of Carmen and Don Juan. It's where bullfighting is still politically correct and where little girls dream of growing up to become flamenco dancers. Sevilla has soul—and we feel it in its lacy Moorish palace, massive cathedral, lavish royal tombs, labyrinthine Jewish quarter, and its people-filled streets. After munching tasty tapas, we head south for Andalusia's ultimate whitewashed hilltown, Arcos de la Frontera. 
May 9
4:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation In-Studio Interviews: Mike Song and Paul Dateh Alumni Roadtrippers Ray, Hannah and Mariana interview Mike Song, Assistant Choreographer for the film Step Up Revolution, and Paul Dateh, a Hip-Hop Violinist and Youtube Sensation. Audience members learn about the struggle Paul faced in pursuing his life dream, and how he overcame 'The Noise' of doubt directed at him from others. Paul gives the audience a performance of his work before handing the stage off to Mike Song. Addressing his own struggle with "The Noise," Mike shares the roadblocks he's faced, and provides a unique perspective on staying true to his path. The two guests join series director Maya to present a combined music and dance performance. 
May 9
4:30 PM
CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER takes viewers on an enriching and entertaining "field trip for grown-ups" to some of the most intriguing cities in the world like London, Paris and Rome. In each location, charismatic host Christine van Blokland explores its fine art, distinctive architecture and hidden histories. Each episode begins with Christine's list of "Curious Questions": Is the Mona Lisa really a prostitute? Is the Eiffel Tower really Egyptian? Why are there acorns all through Grand Central Terminal? Daytime Emmy- and Telly-winning travel, arts and entertainment journalist Christine Van Blokland brings her passion and genuine curiosity for the arts, quirky characters, storytelling, lifelong learning and travel to this new series. 
May 9
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 5 Gordon's debut as store deputy skirts scandal. Kitty confronts her attackers. Doris wrestles with a dilemma, then takes a tragic step. 
May 9
6:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The A Division of the Spoils Guy discovers the horrific details of Merrick's death. He travels to Ranpur for the independence celebrations, but the train is besieged and Ahmed Kasim and other Muslims are killed. 
May 9
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Ryan Adams/Jenny Lewis Great American singer/songwriters Ryan Adams and Jenny Lewis return to the ACL stage. Adams features songs from his self-titled album. Former Rilo Kiley star Lewis comes in support of her LP The Voyager. 
May 9
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Rodrigo y Gabriela On the eve of the release of their new album, 9 Dead Alive, the incomparable Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performed at Upper Manhattan's Hispanic Society of America for an episode of Live from the Artists Den. The two virtuoso musicians played a dazzling 12-song set in the century-old museum's Sorolla Gallery, surrounded by the fourteen paintings that make up Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's masterwork "Vision of Spain," a celebration of the country's diverse customs. It was a breathtaking setting for Rodrigo y Gabriela's unique fusion of musical genres, a mix of melodic beauty and percussive fury which drove the 300 invited guests into clapping, stomping glee. 
May 9
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Eye & The Arrow w/ Patrick Dethlefs Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by Eye & The Arrow with Patrick Dethlefs. 
May 9
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 9: 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 Zach Heckendorf, Covenhoven, Two Tone Wolf Pack, Wire Faces and Paper Bird. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 9
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Haunted Windchimes Part 2 The Haunted Windchimes take the stage (Part Two) 
May 9
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Keller Williams with The Traveling McCourys Eclectic jazz, funk, reggae, alt-rock guitar virtuoso and a "one-man jam-band" for his use of multiple instruments looping — Keller Williams joins the stellar Traveling McCourys (legendary Del McCoury's sons) in a bold leap of collaboration. When the peanut butter hits the chocolate, the result is a fearless homage to bluegrassers testing the boundaries of their genre with a high-voltage jolt. Truly a marriage of musicianship and mutual esteem. 
May 9
11:00 PM
Front And Center Little Big Town FRONT AND CENTER returns with a new season showcasing a mix of award-winning, multi-platinum-selling industry vets, and chart toppers. Expanding on the addition of country music artists in the series' fourth season, season five includes four CMA Songwriters Series episodes with some of the hottest names in the genre, taped at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. The artists in season five have collectively sold more than 20 million albums, won 12 CMA Awards, had 11 No. 1 albums and charted more than 30 No. 1 singles. Additional episodes were taped at the Brooklyn Bowl and the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. Season five includes eight new shows and two encore presentations from season two. 
May 10
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Chuck Meade After leading several popular ?80s cult bands in and around his hometown of Lawrence,Kansas, Chuck Mead landed on Nashville's Lower Broadway where he co-founded thefamed ?90s Alternative Country quintet BR549. The band's seven albums, threeGrammy nominations and the Country Music Association Award for Best OverseasTouring Act would build an indelible bridge between authentic American Roots musicand millions of fans worldwide. With BR on hiatus, Chuck formed The Hillbilly All-Starsfeaturing members of The Mavericks, co-produced popular tribute albums to JohnnyCash and Waylon Jennings, guest-lectured at Vanderbilt University, and became a staffwriter at one of Nashville's top song publishers. In 2009, he released his acclaimed solodebut album, Journeyman's Wager, and toured clubs, concert halls and internationalRock, Country and Rockabilly festivals with his band The Grassy Knoll Boys. 
May 10
12:30 AM
Music Voyager  Ethno-musicologist, cultural historian and music ciritic Jacob Edgar travels all over the world to find cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their culture.  
May 10
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Eye & The Arrow w/ Patrick Dethlefs Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by Eye & The Arrow with Patrick Dethlefs. 
May 10
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 9: 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 Zach Heckendorf, Covenhoven, Two Tone Wolf Pack, Wire Faces and Paper Bird. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 10
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Ryan Adams/Jenny Lewis Great American singer/songwriters Ryan Adams and Jenny Lewis return to the ACL stage. Adams features songs from his self-titled album. Former Rilo Kiley star Lewis comes in support of her LP The Voyager. 
May 10
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Rodrigo y Gabriela On the eve of the release of their new album, 9 Dead Alive, the incomparable Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performed at Upper Manhattan's Hispanic Society of America for an episode of Live from the Artists Den. The two virtuoso musicians played a dazzling 12-song set in the century-old museum's Sorolla Gallery, surrounded by the fourteen paintings that make up Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's masterwork "Vision of Spain," a celebration of the country's diverse customs. It was a breathtaking setting for Rodrigo y Gabriela's unique fusion of musical genres, a mix of melodic beauty and percussive fury which drove the 300 invited guests into clapping, stomping glee. 
May 10
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Ben Taylor It must be daunting to be an up-and-coming singer/songwriter creating thoughtful melodic pop when your parents are two of the most celebrated, successful singer/songwriters of their generation. Ben Taylor knows a bit about that. Son of James Taylor and Carly Simon, Taylor spent his early years traveling and even considering a career in gardening and agriculture before eventually giving in to his musical calling with extraordinarily engaging results.Raised in Manhattan but educated at various private schools in New England, Taylor took up the guitar at age 12. Before he had reached age 20, his cover of the Beatles' "I Will" had found its way onto the soundtrack of the 1995 Paul Reiser film, Bye Bye, Love. Though he spent some time questioning whether music was the path for him, he formed The Ben Taylor Band in 2001 and began recording his first album, Green Dragon, Name a Fox. Famous Among the Barns followed in 2003 with strong buzz and reviews, and a tour with folk songstress Dar Williams. Actor and musician Kevin Bacon produced and performed on Taylor's next record Another Run Around the Sun. In 2008, Taylor's cover of Macy Gray's "I Try" was used in a Honey Nut Cheerios commercial. Joined on the Infinity Hall stage by fellow guitarist David Saw, percussionist Benjamin Thomas and vocalist Beth Mendes, Taylor presents an irresistible acoustic set full of intimate melodies and soaring harmonies. Between anecdotes of his life on the road, relationships and his famous family, the 36-year-old singer offers an alluring mix of songs (and even a poem!) from his six albums and EPs. Taylor opens with the poignant title track off his most recent album, Listening, released in 2012. "You Must've Fallen" is a love song with an appealing reggae groove that seems to lull the audience into a tropical trance. And as a tribute to his famous mother, or "Mama C" as he calls her, he performs "Nothing I Can Do," a ballad full of enchanting hooks and chords.Song List"Listening""I See You, You See Me""You Must've Fallen" "Rocket""Not Alone""Worlds are Made of Paper""Wicked Way""America""What Would You Make of the Stars" (poem)"Do You Think of Me" (Beth Mendes lead vocals)"It Really Doesn't Matter to You""Nothing I Can Do""I'll Be Gone" 
May 10
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Silent Lapse Heavy metal rock from Westphalia's favorite sons. 
May 10
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 10
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith. 
May 10
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.  
May 10
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.  
May 10
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Birthday Cake Problem/The Doohickey Problem The Birthday Cake Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Peg and Cat make a rockin' birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.Primary Content: The teen numbersSecondary Content: PatternsThe Doohickey Problem - The Purple Planet. When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Shapes, the number 16 
May 10
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Adventure Camp: Ziplining/Adventure Camp: Canyon Hiking ADVENTURE CAMP: ZIPLININGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are back for another adventure and this time they'll be travelling to a rainforest! Once they arrive in the dense rainforest, the campers explore different levels of the ecosystem, including the forest floor and the canopy of leaves at the top of the forest. After a hike through the rainforest, the campers' fun adventure culminates as each kid takes a ride on a zip line, where they all get a bird's eye view of the entire rainforest!Educational Objective: Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet, forests that are home to a vast array of different life forms. Rainforests get a lot of rain, at least 70 inches per year. Rainforests, often called the "lungs of the Earth," generate much of the oxygen we breathe.ADVENTURE CAMP: CANYON HIKINGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are led by Mr. Conductor and Gilbert on a hike down a canyon, where they can see the different layers of the Mesozoic Era! At first Lily Lambeosaurus is reluctant to go, thinking that a new adventure sounds hard, but Don convinces her that a new adventure can be worth the effort. At the bottom of the canyon, the kids dig for fossils. Each Nature Tracker goes home with a "new" Ammonite fossil, and Lily is so glad she tried something new!Educational Objective: Canyons are deep cuts in the earth's surface. They are formed by erosion. Erosion is mainly caused by the flow of rivers. It takes millions of years for canyons to become the grandiose natural landmarks they are today. The bottom rocks in canyons can date back billions of years, beyond the Mesozoic. Canyons can also be formed by a shift of the earth's tectonic plates. 
May 10
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Time for Daniel/There's Time for Daniel and Baby Too 203A - Time for DanielDaniel is playing adventure tiger at home with Dad, but things are not quite the same, now that Baby Margaret is around. Daniel is upset that Dad keeps interrupting their play to take care of Baby Margaret, but Daniel learns that there's time for the baby and time for Daniel, too.203B - There's Time for Daniel and Baby TooDaniel is still getting used to have the new baby around. When Prince Wednesday comes over to play, Daniel is upset when Prince Wednesday wants to play with the baby instead of him, but he learns that there's time for the baby and time for Daniel, and what's even better is when they all play together!Strategy: There's time for you and baby too 
May 10
9:30 AM
Super Why! Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The Mystery There's a mystery in Storybrook Village - the case of the broken guitar strings! Jack thinks Whyatt is the culprit, but he knows he's innocent! The Super Readers fly into the tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and meet up with Goldilocks, who is just as determined to prove that she didn't make the mess in the Three Bears' house! What will it take for Goldilocks, and Whyatt, to convince everyone they're telling the truth?Educational Objectives: To learn strategies for convincing someone, explore the practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 10
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid The Dirt on Dirt In an Earth Day themed episode, Sid wants to know what makes dirt so dirty? At school, Sid and his friends discover that dirt is really important to the Earth because it helps things grow, and it's also filled with tiny rocks, pieces of leaves, and even living things like bugs and worms! 
May 10
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Slider, the Otter Episode Description: The Wild Kratts discover a lost otter cub. Assuming he is lost, the bros attempt to find his family, while introducing him to life in the Cypress Swamp of Florida. Science Concept: Instinct and learning. Otter cubs have to learn how to survive in their particular habitat. 
May 10
11:00 AM
Arthur Buster's Book Battle/On the Buster Scale Buster's Book Battle - Lakewood Elementary has just instituted IRP; a program where kids can earn points (and prizes!) for reading. Buster's thrilled and gets to work straight away! But will he earn enough points for a skateboard?Educational Objective: Buster learns that reading is its own reward. On the Buster Scale - Buster and Brain never agree on movies. Buster rates every film a 10+, while Brain doesn't seem to like anything...Only one of them can be right...or so they think. Educational Objective: Brain and Buster learn to respect each other's opinions. 
May 10
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Billy Collins Speaks/Milo's Reading Buddy Billy Collins Speaks Billy Collins writes great poems about dogs, and Martha thinks she knows why. Obviously, the former poet laureate must be a canine himself! When Martha meets Billy Collins she's in for a few surprises...as is he.Vocabulary: (E) poem, poet, prose, imposter, metaphor(ically) Milo's Reading Buddy When Milo reads in front of other people he gets nervous. T.D. has the perfect, confidence-building solution: a Reading Buddy! The whole gang gets excited about helping Milo. Maybe too excited. Can Milo find the Reading Buddy who's perfect for him?Vocabulary: (E) fluent, struggle, apprehensive, interject, nervous 
May 10
12:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Down to the Wire Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how he's turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and cooling decisions. 
May 10
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House Noisy Baseboard Heating Fix, Recessed Kitchen Lighting Install Tom and Kevin discuss kitchen island dimensions. Richard helps a homeowner quiet a noisy baseboard heating system. The guys ask, "What is it?" Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner add light to a kitchen by installing three new recessed cans. 
May 10
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Built-Ins Learn about techniques for fabricating and installing custom cabinets to create the appearance of built-ins. 
May 10
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART travels the country looking for great gardens to highlight. In this Episode we visit two exceptional gardens and two fantastic gardeners. It's beautiful and informative, we're glad we visited and think you will be too. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
May 10
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. 
May 10
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Edible Landscaping P. Allen Smith searches the suburbs of Chicago and finds a front yard filled with edible flora. Allen also makes a stop at the nation's first certified organic rooftop farm. Back in Arkansas Allen demonstrates Plus, a tablescape design from a 19th century plantation home. 
May 10
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY 520: Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY (encore episode from previous season)We visit a public school in the heart of NYC that uses a rooftop greenhouse to teach lessons in sustainability and environmental stewardship. 
May 10
3:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING Seattle, WA: Chefs Maria Hines and Holly Smith Set in the trendy Mallet Kitchen in downtown Seattle, host Pete Evans is joined by local chefs Hines and Smith to cook for their excited guests. Side trips include Oxbow Farm and Loki Fish Company to collect fresh seafood and meat. 
May 10
4:00 PM
Walking The Great Divide: A Journey Along The Continental Divide Trail Part 2 The Continental Divide Trail provides a 3,100-mile scenic backdrop — from the mountain lakes and grizzly bears of Glacier National Park to the crimson sunsets and lava flows of El Malpais National Monument. In WALKING THE GREAT DIVIDE, award-winning filmmaker Mark Flagler embarks on a six-month journey to traverse the primitive backcountry trail that stretches from Mexico to Canada. The film captures Flagler's trials and triumphs as he braves high-altitude trekking, intense desert heat, cross-country navigation and deep canyons in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. On the trail, Flagler also meets fellow endurance hikers, takes in spectacular scenery and discovers hidden jewels, and highlights some of the issues that have surrounded the "King of Trails" since its inception. Part 2 of 2. 
May 10
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Hour 2 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW heads to Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum to look at vintage pinball machines. Highlights include a Lambert magician automaton, ca. 1900, that is still in working condition; a Ray Bradbury archive collected by Bradbury's high school English teacher; and Fred Myrick scrimshaw tooth, ca. 1830, that has a long history of family folklore and is appraised for $150,000 to $200,000. 
May 10
6:00 PM
Portraits for the Home Front: The Story of Elizabeth Black Elizabeth Black left a promising Pittsburgh art career to join American Red Cross efforts during World War II. She proposed a unique project to sketch hundreds of soldiers, sailors and airmen throughout Europe and send the treasured portraits to worried families back home. Seventy years later, Black's son uncovered her fascinating memorabilia and shared it with WQED. The poignant story unfolds as we explore Black's lost art career, seek out elderly veterans who encountered Miss Black on the battlefield, and present to amazed and appreciative families portraits that never arrived. 
May 10
7:00 PM
NOVA The Great Math Mystery NOVA leads viewers on a mathematical mystery tour — a provocative exploration of math's astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math's signature in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy and the spiral in the center of a sunflower. Math was essential to everything from the first wireless radio transmissions to the prediction and discovery of the Higgs boson and the successful landing of rovers on Mars. But where does math get its power? Astrophysicist and writer Mario Livio, along with a colorful cast of mathematicians, physicists and engineers, follows math from Pythagoras to Einstein and beyond, all leading to the ultimate riddle: Is math an invention or a discovery? Humankind's clever trick or the language of the universe? 
May 10
8:00 PM
POV 15 to Life: Kenneth's Story Does sentencing a teenager to life without parole serve our society well? The United States is the only country in the world that routinely condemns children to die in prison. This is the story of one of those children, now a young man, seeking a second chance in Florida. At age 15, Kenneth Young received four consecutive life sentences for a series of armed robberies. Imprisoned for more than a decade, he believed he would die behind bars. Now a U.S. Supreme Court decision could set him free. "15 to Life: Kenneth's Story" follows Young's struggle for redemption, revealing a justice system with thousands of young people serving sentences intended for society's most dangerous criminals. 
May 10
9:00 PM
American Experience Last Days in Vietnam: During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, North Vietnamese forces closed in on Saigon as South Vietnamese resistance crumbled. With the clock ticking and the city under fire, an unlikely group of heroes took matters into their own hands. Directed and produced by Rory Kennedy. 
May 10
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker Poland Megan McCormick discovers the rich folklore and history of Poland. She visits the humble church where Pope John Paul II served as a young priest, discovers anti-Communist sculptures in Wroclaw, and hunts for amber on the Pomeranian coast. She explores the baroque streets of Gdansk, boards a galleon along the River Motlawa and re-enacts the ancient battles in Gniew. She explores Hitler's command post in Ketzryn and kayaks through the Augustow canal to the Belarussian border. 
May 11
12:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Down to the Wire Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how he's turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and cooling decisions. 
May 11
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House Noisy Baseboard Heating Fix, Recessed Kitchen Lighting Install Tom and Kevin discuss kitchen island dimensions. Richard helps a homeowner quiet a noisy baseboard heating system. The guys ask, "What is it?" Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner add light to a kitchen by installing three new recessed cans. 
May 11
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Built-Ins Learn about techniques for fabricating and installing custom cabinets to create the appearance of built-ins. 
May 11
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART travels the country looking for great gardens to highlight. In this Episode we visit two exceptional gardens and two fantastic gardeners. It's beautiful and informative, we're glad we visited and think you will be too. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
May 11
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. 
May 11
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Picnic Basket Wooden strips strung to frame an elegant family picnic centerpiece. 
May 11
3:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Edible Landscaping P. Allen Smith searches the suburbs of Chicago and finds a front yard filled with edible flora. Allen also makes a stop at the nation's first certified organic rooftop farm. Back in Arkansas Allen demonstrates Plus, a tablescape design from a 19th century plantation home. 
May 11
3:30 AM
Growing a Greener World Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY 520: Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, NY (encore episode from previous season)We visit a public school in the heart of NYC that uses a rooftop greenhouse to teach lessons in sustainability and environmental stewardship. 
May 11
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Grapvine, Texas Chet heads to Grapevine, the "Christmas Capital of Texas" to catch the spirit of the season. He visits main street to eat at a French bakery, tours a winery, sees amazing sculptures of ice at the Gaylord Texan, and finishes it off on the historic railroad bound for the North Pole. 
May 11
4:30 AM
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. 
May 11
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 11
5:30 AM
Autoline Ralph Gilles: FCA's Designer of Dreams Ralph Gilles joined Chrysler back in 1992 and has been with the company - which is now called Fiat Chrysler Automobiles - for more than half of his youthful 45 years. He started in Design Office and has held a number of positions over the years until recently when he was promoted to the top design job in FCA, Head of Design. On this edition of Autoline THIS WEEK John McElroy, Scott Burgess of Motor Trend and Car and Driver's Eddie Alterman talk to Ralph about his career and the fruits of a life in design. 
May 11
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. 
May 11
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Terrific Triangle Twist WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 11
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 11
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 11
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Strength Coordination This episode features a potpouri of movements to enhance strength and coordination. 
May 11
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bandito: The Black Footed Ferret Episode Description: Martin impulsively tries out Aviva's new Stone Digger before it is finished and flies out of control and crash lands into a hidden prairie where he is stranded, but encounters a lost colony of black footed ferrets. Science Concept: Adaptations - specialization. 
May 11
8:00 AM
Curious George George Digs Worms/Everything Old Is New Again Why is Bill yelling at a mound of dirt? He's worm racing! George turns to a pile of decomposed leaves to find his own prize worm and challenges Bill's "Fast Freddy" to a race. Pretty soon, the entire countryside catches worm-racing fever and watch as George's worm, named "Ooh Ooh Ahh Ahh," races its way to the championship. But when Mr. Quint takes the wrong lunchbox on his fishing trip, George's worm farm is in danger of becoming fish bait! Can George save his slimy friends in time for the championship race?The city is awarding the "Golden Arrows Award" to the building that collects the most recycling. George is eager to help-once he learns what recycling actually is, of course. The building's Doorwoman next door turns out to be tough competition, so George hunts down recycling materials from everywhere he can think of. The only problem is, he doesn't know that he only recycle products after they've been used! Will the tenants with the missing recyclables forgive a monkey who's not just trying to win a contest, but also save the environment? 
May 11
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. 
May 11
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 
May 11
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. 
May 11
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.  
May 11
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 3 In this final segment, Jerry shows technique of "capping" -- which creates the form of the boulders, along with how to make light "pop" in your painting while achieving a harmonized color throughout the painting. Jerry concludes with ideas to make this painting your very own. 
May 11
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Short Rows This episode dives into short row knitting. Eunny begins with a tutorial on three ways to wrap your short rows. Next, on today's Accessorize Me segment, Shay and Kristin talk about the Broomstick lace crocheted hat. This fun hat is easy-to-crochet and takes just one ball of yarn. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny talk about washable wools; which yarns are actually washable, and what projects lend themselves to these yarns. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on changing stepped bind-offs to short row knitting. 
May 11
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 11
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara Pete Coors In-depth Discussion with Pete Coors. 
May 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." 
May 11
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Down to the Wire Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how he's turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and cooling decisions. 
May 11
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Noisy Baseboard Heating Fix, Recessed Kitchen Lighting Install Tom and Kevin discuss kitchen island dimensions. Richard helps a homeowner quiet a noisy baseboard heating system. The guys ask, "What is it?" Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner add light to a kitchen by installing three new recessed cans. 
May 11
3:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen Not Your Typical Burger Lidia takes on the hamburger and redefines a classic. Burgers stuffed with mozzarella and basil, then topped with Lidia's own homemade ketchup. As a side dish, a Tasty Cauliflower salad richly flavored with anchovies and herbs. 
May 11
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Tasty and Easy Chicken / Pollo Saporito e Facile It tastes a lot like chicken because it is - made especially delicious when Mary Ann prepares her signature Chicken Thighs in Beer, simmered until totally terrific. Then she stuffs chicken breasts with a creative combination of fresh spinach and creamy gorgonzola, and then bakes them until fork tender and table ready. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to here. 
May 11
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Spiced-Up Cuban Cuisine Man on the street Doc Willoughby learns about Cuban cuisine from chef Maricel Presilla of Zafra Kitchens in New York. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a perfect Cuban-Style Picadillo at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews tortilla presses in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cuban Shredded Beef. 
May 11
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Comfort Food Classics Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 11
6:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 11
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Crossing the River In 1942, the Japanese, having conquered Burma, are threatening India. At Mayapore, Hari Kumar comes under suspicion of subversion by Merrick, the District Superintendent of Police. 
May 11
9:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 6 Harry and Victor spiral deeper into despair. So do Mardle and Grove. Serge and Violette fly high after a crash. 
May 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." 
May 11
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 11
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The Crossing the River In 1942, the Japanese, having conquered Burma, are threatening India. At Mayapore, Hari Kumar comes under suspicion of subversion by Merrick, the District Superintendent of Police. 
May 12
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Down to the Wire Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how he's turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and cooling decisions. 
May 12
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House Noisy Baseboard Heating Fix, Recessed Kitchen Lighting Install Tom and Kevin discuss kitchen island dimensions. Richard helps a homeowner quiet a noisy baseboard heating system. The guys ask, "What is it?" Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner add light to a kitchen by installing three new recessed cans. 
May 12
2:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Not Your Typical Burger Lidia takes on the hamburger and redefines a classic. Burgers stuffed with mozzarella and basil, then topped with Lidia's own homemade ketchup. As a side dish, a Tasty Cauliflower salad richly flavored with anchovies and herbs. 
May 12
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Tasty and Easy Chicken / Pollo Saporito e Facile It tastes a lot like chicken because it is - made especially delicious when Mary Ann prepares her signature Chicken Thighs in Beer, simmered until totally terrific. Then she stuffs chicken breasts with a creative combination of fresh spinach and creamy gorgonzola, and then bakes them until fork tender and table ready. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to here. 
May 12
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Spiced-Up Cuban Cuisine Man on the street Doc Willoughby learns about Cuban cuisine from chef Maricel Presilla of Zafra Kitchens in New York. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a perfect Cuban-Style Picadillo at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews tortilla presses in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cuban Shredded Beef. 
May 12
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Comfort Food Classics Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken. 
May 12
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 3 In this final segment, Jerry shows technique of "capping" -- which creates the form of the boulders, along with how to make light "pop" in your painting while achieving a harmonized color throughout the painting. Jerry concludes with ideas to make this painting your very own. 
May 12
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Short Rows This episode dives into short row knitting. Eunny begins with a tutorial on three ways to wrap your short rows. Next, on today's Accessorize Me segment, Shay and Kristin talk about the Broomstick lace crocheted hat. This fun hat is easy-to-crochet and takes just one ball of yarn. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny talk about washable wools; which yarns are actually washable, and what projects lend themselves to these yarns. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on changing stepped bind-offs to short row knitting. 
May 12
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Africa Roundtable, Part I This week Dennis Wholey hosts a roundtable discussion focused on Africa with 4 experts on the continent. The conversation highlights that Africa is far more than negative media attention but in fact a vast continent of emerging global importance. The experts have all devoted their careers to Africa in various forms and the resulting conversation provides a wonderful education on Africa today. Guests include the Brookings Institution's Amadou Sy, Ph.D., the Wilson Center's Monde Muyangwa, Ph.D., the Atlantic Council's J. Peter Pham, Ph.D., and the Center for Global Development's Todd Moss, Ph.D. 
May 12
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's weekly globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face. 
May 12
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 12
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Tummy Tighteners WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 12
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 12
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 12
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Reaction Time Mary Ann shows how to use a ball to test your reaction time. 
May 12
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Crocogator Contest 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 
May 12
8:00 AM
Curious George Fun Ball Talley/Red Sky at Night, Monkey's Delight Dulson's Toy Store is having a contest! The person who comes closest to guessing how many Super Mega Fun-Balls are in the rocket shaped dispenser wins the entire container of balls -- and the rocket, too! Steve, Betsy, and George come up with their own unique estimating methods. When soccer balls, grapes, and marbles fail George's Fun-Ball Size Relation Test, George realizes that the perfect size specimens are in the Man with the Yellow Hat's golf ball bucket! Will George and Betsy find the right answer, or will super confident Steve's formula triumph?George is tired of his fun always being ruined by the weather! Inspired by the Man with the Yellow Hat's painting of a beautiful sunset, George starts a weather journal by drawing pictures of the sky. But predicting the weather isn't as easy as it seems. When George's picnic is ruined by rain, and he stays indoors on a beautiful sunny day, he decides to study wind patterns, too. When the city's weather station loses its satellite, Professors Einstein and Pizza turn to George's drawings, homemade windsock, and cricket temperature readings to predict the day's weather for the Mayor's golf outing. Who knew a monkey could predict the weather? 
May 12
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flight of the Penguin/Let's Go Fly a Kite Flight of the PenguinSally and Nick are pretending to fly in their backyard. Oh wouldn't it be great if they really could? The Cat in the Hat brings them to meet his good friend Percy the penguin. After a fun race with a penguin and a bird, the kids learn that not all birds fly, but that doesn't mean they aren't fast!Educational Objective: Penguins Don't Fly - not all birds fly, but this doesn't stop them from getting around in their own special way. Penguins are perfectly designed for ''flying' underwater.Let's Go Fly a KiteSally, Nick and the Cat are trying to fly a kite, but there's not enough wind. The Cat in the Hat takes them to Huff-Puff-Maguff where there's so much wind, they lose their kite! They chase the kite, using the wind to help them. When they finally reach it, the breeze helps to cool them down!Educational Objective: Wind - wind power can help us in different ways. Wind can make things work, move things, and cool us down. 
May 12
9:00 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic The Pteranodon family travels to the 'Classic in the Jurassic', an Olympics type competition in which dinosaur teams representing the three Mesozoic time periods will compete in various contests. 
May 12
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Hansel & Gretel's Playdate with Big Bird SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 12
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Pink Delight Pink Delight 
May 12
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Machine and Hand Stitching Explored Today we explore the many facets of stitching from hand to machine. The stitch path is the blueprint for many quilt designs. First, Candy Glendening has a free motion sampler. Then, Catherine Redford demonstrates an embroidered chameleon using African folklore embroidery techniques. Last is Michelle May and more folk art-this time its postcards made from wool. 
May 12
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 12
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 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." 
May 12
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World The Seed Farmer; Dr. John Navazio-The Organic Seed Alliance: Port Townsend, WA 521: The Seed Farmer; Dr. John Navazio-The Organic Seed Alliance: Port Townsend, WAHome gardeners are increasingly drawn to heirloom seeds for their unusual flavors, colors and of course, their cultural heritage. But many do not realize that unless the seeds of those heirloom and open pollinated plants are grown out properly, the genetics are lost forever. In this episode, we visit the Organic Seed Alliance and meet Dr. John Navazio - one of the pioneers in preserving the cultural heritage of our garden seed supply. We learn all about seed stewardship, why it is important and what we can do in our own backyards to help preserve these special plants for many more generations to come. 
May 12
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Top Tomato Tips Chomp into the sweetest tomatoes around with secrets for success. On tour, see how aquaponics combines fish and food for resourceful growing. 
May 12
3:00 PM
Essential Pepin Special Spuds #106 Special Spuds Garlic Mashed PotatoesPotato RagoutGratin Dauphinoise Cream Puff Potatoes 
May 12
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Steve Sullivan, proprietor of the Acme Bread Company, prepares walnut bread and decorative loaves. 
May 12
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Tarts and Tarlets Have you ever made a tart at home? Join Martha as she shares her secrets for making this simple and delicious dessert in four variations. First, she demonstrates an apple tart tatin — an upside down caramelized apple tart — with a pâte brisée crust. She then shows you how to make a chewy chess tart with a cookie crust, lemon meringue tartlets, and mini rhubarb and raspberry galettes. 
May 12
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Holiday Food Gifts A thoughtful gift you make yourself speaks volumes, and food is the present everyone loves! Sara releases your creative spirit by teaching how to make Homemade Marshmallows with a Hot Chocolate Mix. For the wine enthusiast, her Homemade Cheese Crackers pair beautifully with some cheese and wine. Peppermint Bark looks very expensive but couldn't be easier to make. As an added bonus, we'll have creative packaging ideas that will make your gifts everyone's favorites. 
May 12
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 12
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 12
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 12
6:57 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. 
May 12
7:00 PM
Chef Driven Cultured Colorado Frank Bonanno hits the road to visit some of the state's top cheesemakers, located less than an hour outside of Denver. The first stop is Longmont, where Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy works to supply Colorado (and beyond) premium goat milk cheeses. Frank then visits Ugly Goat Dairy Co., just outside of Brighton in a small town called Keenesburg, where operator Michael Amen raises dairy cows and goats to produce cheese and raw milk to Denver chefs, cheese shops and independent cheese lovers. With a cheese party to host, Frank decides to visit his favorite cheese shop in Denver called Truffle Cheese Shop. The episode concludes with a party at Frank's house, where Bonanno shares tips for making a perfect cheese plate and sommelier Kelly Wooldridge offers his wine pairing knowledge. 
May 12
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Fäviken This episode explores a day in the life of chef Magnus Nilsson as he and the staff at Fäviken prepare for a night of service. We follow Magnus from the early morning when he forages for spruce branches for his scallop dish, through the heat of service when every detail is timed-out. At the end of the night, we understand how and why the experience at Fäviken is meticulously choreographed and executed. 
May 12
8:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Noodle David Chang makes instant ramen dishes and tsukemen. He travels to Japan for a bowl of the original tsukemen and visits a noodle factory. Food scientist Harold McGee explains alkalinity and its role in ramen. 
May 12
8:30 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. 
May 12
9:00 PM
Globe Trekker South Atlantic Zay Harding takes an epic adventure to the ends of the earth, voyaging to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, South Orkneys, South Shetland Islands, Elephant Island and the Antarctic Peninsula. Following in the footsteps of countless explorers, adventurers, naturalists and conservationists, from Captains Cook and Scott to Captains Amundsen, Shackleton and Darwin, Zay explores the South Atlantic's frozen, wind-swept, white wilderness. 
May 12
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." 
May 12
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 12
11:00 PM
Pacific Heartbeat Pure Caz: Music of the Brothers Cazimero Legendary musicians Robert and Roland Cazimero of the The Brothers Cazimero perform an enchanting array of original compositions and island standards. Also featured are reflections from the brothers and their friends on their childhood, their illustrious careers, and their perspectives on Hawaiian music from the past to the present. 
May 13
12:00 AM
Chef Driven Cultured Colorado Frank Bonanno hits the road to visit some of the state's top cheesemakers, located less than an hour outside of Denver. The first stop is Longmont, where Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy works to supply Colorado (and beyond) premium goat milk cheeses. Frank then visits Ugly Goat Dairy Co., just outside of Brighton in a small town called Keenesburg, where operator Michael Amen raises dairy cows and goats to produce cheese and raw milk to Denver chefs, cheese shops and independent cheese lovers. With a cheese party to host, Frank decides to visit his favorite cheese shop in Denver called Truffle Cheese Shop. The episode concludes with a party at Frank's house, where Bonanno shares tips for making a perfect cheese plate and sommelier Kelly Wooldridge offers his wine pairing knowledge. 
May 13
12:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Fäviken This episode explores a day in the life of chef Magnus Nilsson as he and the staff at Fäviken prepare for a night of service. We follow Magnus from the early morning when he forages for spruce branches for his scallop dish, through the heat of service when every detail is timed-out. At the end of the night, we understand how and why the experience at Fäviken is meticulously choreographed and executed. 
May 13
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World The Seed Farmer; Dr. John Navazio-The Organic Seed Alliance: Port Townsend, WA 521: The Seed Farmer; Dr. John Navazio-The Organic Seed Alliance: Port Townsend, WAHome gardeners are increasingly drawn to heirloom seeds for their unusual flavors, colors and of course, their cultural heritage. But many do not realize that unless the seeds of those heirloom and open pollinated plants are grown out properly, the genetics are lost forever. In this episode, we visit the Organic Seed Alliance and meet Dr. John Navazio - one of the pioneers in preserving the cultural heritage of our garden seed supply. We learn all about seed stewardship, why it is important and what we can do in our own backyards to help preserve these special plants for many more generations to come. 
May 13
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Top Tomato Tips Chomp into the sweetest tomatoes around with secrets for success. On tour, see how aquaponics combines fish and food for resourceful growing. 
May 13
2:00 AM
Essential Pepin Special Spuds #106 Special Spuds Garlic Mashed PotatoesPotato RagoutGratin Dauphinoise Cream Puff Potatoes 
May 13
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia  Steve Sullivan, proprietor of the Acme Bread Company, prepares walnut bread and decorative loaves. 
May 13
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Tarts and Tarlets Have you ever made a tart at home? Join Martha as she shares her secrets for making this simple and delicious dessert in four variations. First, she demonstrates an apple tart tatin — an upside down caramelized apple tart — with a pâte brisée crust. She then shows you how to make a chewy chess tart with a cookie crust, lemon meringue tartlets, and mini rhubarb and raspberry galettes. 
May 13
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Holiday Food Gifts A thoughtful gift you make yourself speaks volumes, and food is the present everyone loves! Sara releases your creative spirit by teaching how to make Homemade Marshmallows with a Hot Chocolate Mix. For the wine enthusiast, her Homemade Cheese Crackers pair beautifully with some cheese and wine. Peppermint Bark looks very expensive but couldn't be easier to make. As an added bonus, we'll have creative packaging ideas that will make your gifts everyone's favorites. 
May 13
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Pink Delight Pink Delight 
May 13
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Machine and Hand Stitching Explored Today we explore the many facets of stitching from hand to machine. The stitch path is the blueprint for many quilt designs. First, Candy Glendening has a free motion sampler. Then, Catherine Redford demonstrates an embroidered chameleon using African folklore embroidery techniques. Last is Michelle May and more folk art-this time its postcards made from wool. 
May 13
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 13
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 13
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 13
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stick 'em Up! WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 13
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 13
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 13
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Balance Improving balance through weight training, stretching and leg strengthening is the theme of this episode. 
May 13
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Prairie Who? Episode Description: A twister surprises the Tortuga in flight - and all the gang abandons ship and gets separated out on the prairie. While searching for each other, the Wild Kratts Team discovers the amazing species that inhabit the Prairie. Science Concept: Prairies - and interconnectedness of species to create wildlife community specific to wildlife habitat. Indigenous species- species that are native to a habitat or area. 
May 13
8:00 AM
Curious George Gnocchi the Critic/George Cleans Up Chef Pisghetti is crushed. Gnocchi usually approves every dish the Chef makes, but for some reason Gnocchi hasn't eaten anything for days. Thinking his food is no good, the Chef decides to stop cooking and close the restaurant! Not wanting to lose his favorite ravioli, George follows Gnocchi to find out why she stopped liking the Chef's food. George carefully observes her cat behavior, but all she does is take naps, roll in the dirt and sneeze an awful lot. Wait...! The Man with the Yellow Hat begins sneezing due to his flower allergies. It's the same sneeze Gnocchi made throughout the day! Can George diagnose Gnocchi in time to save Chef P's restaurant?George made a mess of the living room. An upright vacuum is hard for a little monkey to control, so the Man with the Yellow Hat gets George a monkey-sized vacuum. George is amazed with his new "toy" and sucks up everything in sight...including some rare stamps the Man is supposed to deliver to Mr. Stamp! Inspired by a superhero on TV, George dons a cape and embarks on a citywide "cleaning" spree, using his little vacuum to suck up everything from bird food to dog biscuits to a winning lottery ticket. Will George figure out how to empty the bag when it gets full? Will the town view George as a Superhero Vacuum Monkey or a Super Villain? 
May 13
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. 
May 13
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
May 13
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Ultimate Face-Off/Back in Time CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: ULTIMATE FACE-OFFThe `Classic in the Jurassic' games are back, and this time, it's the Ultimate Smackdown. Mr. Conductor explains the "wrestling" matchups from the three Time Periods feature carnivores vs. herbivores and the best choreographed and most entertaining show wins! Tank and Buddy are thrilled - what a face-off! Once the judges tally the results, Team Cretaceous is declared the winner, and the fans love it! Educational Objective: All ecosystems on land include predators and plant-eaters. The same was true during the Mesozoic age of dinosaurs - wherever you find herbivores, you find carnivores. So throughout the Mesozoic Era, the ecosystem provided classic matchups of top carnivores vs. herbivores. BACK IN TIMEBuddy and Tiny start wondering aloud whether the Triassic was the beginning of time, and if there was anything before the Age of Dinosaurs. So Mr. Conductor walks through a Pedestrian Time Tunnel to get to the Permian Time Period, where they meet Deon Dimetrodon, who has never met a dinosaur or pterosaur before. Buddy and Tiny are amazed to learn that there are neither in the Permian! Deon is delighted to experience the Mesozioc Era. He walks through the Pedestrian Time Tunnel with our group, and is blown away by the vegetation and the variety and size of dinosaurs. Another lifelong friendship is forged!Educational Objective: Many animals we think are dinosaurs are not actually dinosaurs. They are mammals like us. Dimetrodon was a dominant carnivore in the Permian period, living mainly in swampy areas. Although very reptilian-like, Dimetrodon belonged to a group called "synapsids" - more closely related to mammals. 
May 13
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Puddle Jumping SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 13
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 13
11:30 AM
Sew It All To Dye For, Kathy Cano Murillo Create a funky table runner using fabric dyeing techniques. 
May 13
12:00 PM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
May 13
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 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." 
May 13
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  As our lots get smaller, so do our gardens. GardenSMART visits with a viewer with a small parcel who solves the problem by growing almost exclusively in containers. Unusual plants, beautiful containers and furniture designed to make the outdoors enjoyable. A fun show, be sure to tune in. 
May 13
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Scrolled Corner Shelf The art of scrolling and carving the perfect wall accent. 
May 13
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Todos Santos Magic" Maybe it's the water, maybe it's the desert, but there's definitely magic in the charming Baja town called Todos Santos. It all starts at Art & Beer, a funky roadside bar on the outskirts of town that serves generous cocktails and outstanding appetizers. Then Rick checks into the Hotel California before meeting up with his local buddy, Sergio Jaurequi, for a history lesson about the town's disappearing and reappearing water supply. Together they taste the local sweets and get a lesson from local cook Doña Ramona, in transforming dried beef and cactus into delectable dishes. Chef Dany Lamote's vanilla-infused margarita proves magical, too. 
May 13
3:30 PM
Taste This! Nathan's Hot Dogs America's favorite food: The Frankfurter! Chef Joe makes a stop at his favorite hot dog spot, Nathan's of Coney Island. This was the first Nathan's ever built in New York, in 1916. Chef Joe orders the signature dog, but could not leave out the cheese, chili, and even the corn dog! In the test kitchen, Chef Joe puts his own unique twist on the Frankfurter. 
May 13
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. 
May 13
4:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Fäviken This episode explores a day in the life of chef Magnus Nilsson as he and the staff at Fäviken prepare for a night of service. We follow Magnus from the early morning when he forages for spruce branches for his scallop dish, through the heat of service when every detail is timed-out. At the end of the night, we understand how and why the experience at Fäviken is meticulously choreographed and executed. 
May 13
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 13
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 13
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 13
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 13
7:00 PM
Take Back Your Power 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Around the world, corporate utilities and governments are racing to replace electricity, gas and water meters with new-generation 'smart' meters with surveillance capabilities, quietly using billions in taxpayer funds. But at what cost to human rights, finances, security and health?

With compelling insight from insiders, government representatives, whistle-blowers, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, TAKE BACK YOUR POWER investigates claimed benefits and emerging risks of this ubiquitous 'smart' grid program.

Transparency advocate Josh del Sol takes us on a journey of revelation and discovery while asking:
  • Are 'smart' grid technologies effective, safe and eco-friendly?
  • Or are corporations violating foundational rights and privacy - without providing benefit - in the name of 'green'?
  • What truly sustainable solutions are now unfolding that can meet the great challenges faced by our civilization?
What he uncovered will surprise, unsettle and inspire you.



SPECIAL GUESTS
During the film's US broadcast premiere on Saturday, September 13 2014, producer & director Josh del Sol and Colorado-based activist Virginia Farver will appear live in the CPT12 studio with co-hosts Shari Bernson, CPT12 Director of Development, and Rebecca Stevens.
 

ABOUT JOSH DEL SOL
Josh del Sol is the Director and Producer of TAKE BACK YOUR POWER, his first feature film. Born and raised near Vancouver BC, Josh is passionate about the growing movement of social awakening. He has a vision for a more equitable and transparent social structure, with foundational values which honor the sanctity of life and human rights. Josh finds inspiration in those of courage who speak truth to power, from a place of non-violence and vision, laying the foundation for necessary solutions.

ABOUT VIRGINIA FARVER
After losing her son Rich to brain cancer, Virginia Farver started doing research about the electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by cell phones and cell towers. Now an activist, Virginia works to inform people about the increasing intensities and number of sources of man-made (EMR) and how this unnatural, cumulative radiation is adversely affecting people, animals, insects including bees, and plants.



SKYPE INTERVIEWS

Katie Singer
In this Skype interview, Katie Singer, author of An Electronic Silent Spring, discusses electromagnetic radiation (EMR) – which is emitted by devices such as mobile phones, mobile phone chargers, iPads, cellular antennas, Wi-Fi, compact fluorescent lights, transformers and “smart” utility meters – and how it can harm people and wildlife.

Dr. Timothy Schoechle
In this Skype interview, Dr. Timothy Schoechle outlines his concerns about "smart" meters, including possible invasions of privacy and wasted taxpayer money. Schoechle engaged in the development of electric utility meters, home automation systems, gateways, and energy management systems for over 25 years. He now sits on several international standards-setting committees related to the smart grid.

 
May 13
9:00 PM
Vanishing of the Bees 

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

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

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

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



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, filmmaker George Langworthy and Colorado beekeeper Tom Theobald will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson and Rebecca Stevens live in the studio to discuss the film. 
May 13
11:00 PM
Deepak Chopra: The Future of God Faith meets science in DEEPAK CHOPRA: THE FUTURE OF GOD - a ground-breaking and thought provoking special in which world-renowned spiritual teacher and medical doctor Deepak Chopra demonstrates that the tools of our most advanced fields of science can be used to answer some of these fundamentally spiritual questions. Most importantly, Dr. Chopra will argue that religion and science, when understood at the highest levels, do not contradict each other and, in fact, actually complement each other. 
May 14
12:30 AM
Vanishing of the Bees 

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

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

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

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



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, filmmaker George Langworthy and Colorado beekeeper Tom Theobald will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson and Rebecca Stevens live in the studio to discuss the film. 
May 14
1:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Fäviken This episode explores a day in the life of chef Magnus Nilsson as he and the staff at Fäviken prepare for a night of service. We follow Magnus from the early morning when he forages for spruce branches for his scallop dish, through the heat of service when every detail is timed-out. At the end of the night, we understand how and why the experience at Fäviken is meticulously choreographed and executed. 
May 14
2:30 AM
Dr. Wayne Dyer: I Can See Clearly Now In the most personal program of his career, Dr. Dyer offers an intimate conversation about what his own personal experiences have taught him: There are no accidents, and all the choices we make and actions we take weave a life tapestry uniquely our own. Exploring the five principles that have guided his own choices, Dr. Dyer shows why it is important to have — and act on — a burning desire, why life's lowest moments can reveal our true purpose, and how the principle of love allows us to see our lives more clearly and reach greatest awareness. 
May 14
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 14
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 14
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Rise and Shine! WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 14
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 14
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 14
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit March Your Way to Fitness Mary Ann marches her way to fitness with fun routines and patriotic music. 
May 14
7:30 AM
Effortless Healing with Dr. Joseph Mercola Do you have to tell your leg to heal from a scrape? Your lungs to take in air? Your body that it’s hungry? No. Your body does these things automatically, effortlessly. Vibrant health is your birthright and within your grasp; you just have to step out of the way.

In EFFORTLESS HEALING, well-known physician and bestselling author Dr. Joseph Mercola helps people struggling with their weight and chronic conditions make the connection to their food and lifestyle choices. A leading advocate for using food as medicine, Dr. Mercola arms viewers with information on what and when to eat, what to drink, how and how often to move, and how to remove the roadblocks to wellness – such as subpar food and contaminated beverages – so that our bodies can do what they were designed to do effortlessly: stay well.

Topics include the impact of gluten and sugar on the body, the benefits of intermittent fasting and exercise, and Dr. Mercola's Effortless Healing Action plans. He clearly outlines changes viewers can make in their lives, from eliminating certain foods to adding others, and illustrates the changes that could result.

Don't miss this new special, which will include live segments with Dr. Mercola in the CPT12 studio. 
May 14
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Best Ever Babysitter/Plant a Tree BEST EVER BABYSITTERBuddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don are excited that Keira Chirostenotes gets to babysit them for the night while Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon go out for a dinner on the Dinosaur Night Train. Keira shows the kids how a dead log's decomposition provides food and shelter for many living creatures. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon are gleeful as they enjoy their date, exploring the Dinosaur Train's other compartments. Mom and Dad return from their date to find their kids filled with more smiles than when they left them and, later, their pillows filled with several of the little bugs from underneath the decomposing log.Educational Objective: After a tree is felled and dies, it provides more food for insects and other creatures than when it was living. Among the creatures that (reside under and) feed off decomposing trees are cockroaches, slugs, ants, spiders, beetles, etc.PLANT A TREEThe Pteranodon kids are spending the day with Grandma and Grandpa Pteranodon! On the Dinosaur Train on the way to their grandparents', Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don learn about sycamore trees. Grandma and Grandpa are so excited to have a whole day with their grandparents and doubly-excited to do a special "project" with them. They bring the kids to a field lined with sycamore trees and show them one tall one in particular that was planted by their Dad when he was a kid! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don get to plant their own sycamore saplings and vow to visit their trees to track their growth as the months and years go by! Educational Objective: Sycamores are generally tall (90-150 feet), deciduous trees that originated in the Cretaceous and have survived to the present day. 
May 14
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Me Am What Me Am SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 14
11:00 AM
Creative Living Clare Rowley and Cindy Falk We all like to prepare our favorite foods, and no one does it better than Connie Moyers . She will show how to cook salmon with salsa, make a pesto pizza, prepare a macaroni salad and discuss nutrition, ease of preparation and using new appliances as she does so. She represents California King Salmon and Rhodes Frozen Rolls. Clare Rowley is the President of Creative Feet LLC, and she's going to demonstrate how to cut Polar Fleece using Stick and Rinse Tape and show how to quickly finish the edge of this stretch fabric using her Sequins and Ribbon pressure foot. This results in a fleece baby blanket with yarn binding. Cindy Falk is the nutrition educator for the Kansas Wheat Comm. , and she teaches children of all ages about baking bread. She's going to demonstrate a couple of recipes that kids especially like to make: tortillas in a bag and bread in a bag. 
May 14
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilt with Carefree Curves, Part 1 Create carefree curved designs without ever cutting a curve! Nancy takes the stress out of piecing traditional quilt block designs such as the Drunkard's Path, Blackbird Pie, and Mill Wheel. Learn the secret that eliminates concave and convex curves as you create easy quilt projects. 
May 14
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 14
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Cecilia DeMille - Cecil B. DeMille Cecilia DeMille is the granddaughter of epic Hollywood director Cecil B. Demille. Her massive photo book gives us a behind the scenes look at the birth of the Hollywood epic and the life of her most famous grandfather. 
May 14
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." 
May 14
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. 
May 14
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Soul Food In this episode of Garden to Table, P. Allen Smith traces the origins of Soul Food. Allen also heads to the garden to harvest okra and then puts it to use in the kitchen. And a look at a festival in the South dedicated to the purple hull pea. 
May 14
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Italian Favorites Is there anyone who doesn't love Italian food? In this episode, Martha shares her modern take on four favorites: a decadent eight-layer pork ragù and béchamel-filled lasagna baked in individual ramekins, chicken parmesan with an easy twist, an enormous raviolo with an egg yolk and rich ricotta-spinach filling, and two variations of linguine with clam sauce — red and white. Each is guaranteed to be a hit with friends and family. 
May 14
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. 
May 14
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking An Edible Park Andreas and Finnish co-host Sara LaFountain visit Frogner Park in downtown Oslo. Here, Andreas gathers edible herbs and flowers and with them makes homemade ice cream flavored with rose petals, and a Norwegian-style bruschetta with a wild-herb pesto. Both Andreas and Sara mix a special drink and prepare festival food — a hearty hamburger and sausages. 
May 14
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. 
May 14
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 14
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 14
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 14
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 14
7:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Santa Clara, Hour 3 The third hour in Santa Clara, California, features great finds that include a Booker T. Washington archive collected by Washington's former teacher; a 17th-century Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist. Watch to discover which item is valued at $75,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Brian Witherell at the Computer History Museum to look at the first Apple computer. 
May 14
8:00 PM
NOVA Nazi Attack on America Long before 9/11, a far deadlier, little-known attack from the ocean depths struck our shores, lasting three-and-a-half years and claiming 5,000 lives. Now, famed undersea explorer Bob Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic, investigates the wreck of one of the attack craft, a German submarine that lies at the bottom of the gulf just a few miles off New Orleans. U-166 was part of Operation Drumbeat, a highly successful U-boat operation that caught East Coast cities and shipping almost completely unprepared. With state-of-the-art survey gear, Ballard probes the wreck and unravels a dramatic mystery in the official story of the sub's sinking. 
May 14
9:00 PM
FRONTLINE Outbreak The vivid, inside story of how the Ebola outbreak began and why it wasn't stopped before it was too late. With exclusive access to key global decision-makers and health responders, and gripping accounts of victims from the slums of Monrovia to the jungles of Guinea, "Outbreak" exposes tragic missteps in the response to the epidemic. 
May 14
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." 
May 14
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 14
11:00 PM
Core Sounders: Living from the Sea For the residents of Eastern Carteret County, commercial fishing has been a way of life for three centuries, but the sustained seclusion that has protected their culture is fast eroding. The ecology and character of the community is challenged on all sides by development, pollution, and globalization of the seafood industry, with the Carolina watermen and their heritage hanging in the balance. CORE.SOUNDERS portrays the challenge and profound sense of belonging that defines life on the edge of the sea. 
May 15
12:00 AM
Take Back Your Power 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Around the world, corporate utilities and governments are racing to replace electricity, gas and water meters with new-generation 'smart' meters with surveillance capabilities, quietly using billions in taxpayer funds. But at what cost to human rights, finances, security and health?

With compelling insight from insiders, government representatives, whistle-blowers, lawyers, doctors and environmentalists, TAKE BACK YOUR POWER investigates claimed benefits and emerging risks of this ubiquitous 'smart' grid program.

Transparency advocate Josh del Sol takes us on a journey of revelation and discovery while asking:
  • Are 'smart' grid technologies effective, safe and eco-friendly?
  • Or are corporations violating foundational rights and privacy - without providing benefit - in the name of 'green'?
  • What truly sustainable solutions are now unfolding that can meet the great challenges faced by our civilization?
What he uncovered will surprise, unsettle and inspire you.



SPECIAL GUESTS
During the film's US broadcast premiere on Saturday, September 13 2014, producer & director Josh del Sol and Colorado-based activist Virginia Farver will appear live in the CPT12 studio with co-hosts Shari Bernson, CPT12 Director of Development, and Rebecca Stevens.
 

ABOUT JOSH DEL SOL
Josh del Sol is the Director and Producer of TAKE BACK YOUR POWER, his first feature film. Born and raised near Vancouver BC, Josh is passionate about the growing movement of social awakening. He has a vision for a more equitable and transparent social structure, with foundational values which honor the sanctity of life and human rights. Josh finds inspiration in those of courage who speak truth to power, from a place of non-violence and vision, laying the foundation for necessary solutions.

ABOUT VIRGINIA FARVER
After losing her son Rich to brain cancer, Virginia Farver started doing research about the electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by cell phones and cell towers. Now an activist, Virginia works to inform people about the increasing intensities and number of sources of man-made (EMR) and how this unnatural, cumulative radiation is adversely affecting people, animals, insects including bees, and plants.



SKYPE INTERVIEWS

Katie Singer
In this Skype interview, Katie Singer, author of An Electronic Silent Spring, discusses electromagnetic radiation (EMR) – which is emitted by devices such as mobile phones, mobile phone chargers, iPads, cellular antennas, Wi-Fi, compact fluorescent lights, transformers and “smart” utility meters – and how it can harm people and wildlife.

Dr. Timothy Schoechle
In this Skype interview, Dr. Timothy Schoechle outlines his concerns about "smart" meters, including possible invasions of privacy and wasted taxpayer money. Schoechle engaged in the development of electric utility meters, home automation systems, gateways, and energy management systems for over 25 years. He now sits on several international standards-setting committees related to the smart grid.

 
May 15
2:00 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.
 
May 15
4:30 AM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 15
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Cecilia DeMille - Cecil B. DeMille Cecilia DeMille is the granddaughter of epic Hollywood director Cecil B. Demille. Her massive photo book gives us a behind the scenes look at the birth of the Hollywood epic and the life of her most famous grandfather. 
May 15
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. 
May 15
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Agnisar Kriya WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 15
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 15
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 15
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Pelvic Floor Muscles of pelvic floor are often ignored but this workout shows some easy movements to keep those important muscles strong. 
May 15
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Praying Mantis Episode Description: Two Wild Kratts kids wake up to find the praying mantis cocoons they've been keeping in their room have hatched - they now have 200 babies! Sending out a Wild Kratts Alarm, the Tortuga rushes to help them, and return the baby mantises safely to the wild. Science Concept: Specialized features - as a bug hunter praying mantis have many specialized features including raptorial arms. 
May 15
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. 
May 15
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Jump!/Slow Down for Sloths Jump!Nick and Sally can't jump high enough to get their balloon that is stuck up in a tree. Good thing The Cat knows some of the best jumpers ever! Off they go to Jumpalaroo to learn how to jump from nature's masters: grasshoppers, a kangaroo, and even a flea! Educational Objective: Some creatures are big jumpers, but fleas don't have to be big in order to jump well.Slow Down for SlothsNick and Sally are trying to draw a picture of a butterfly but can't get close enough to see it. Cat takes them to meet Onslow the Sloth, who teaches the kids that when you slow down, the world comes to you. After lots of practice (and a race to see who's the slowest!), Nick and Sally are now able to get closer to the butterfly and finish their picture!Educational Objective: Sloths - A sloth is a creature that does everything slowly in order to conserve energy. 
May 15
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Big Dog Problem/The Three Friends Problem The Big Dog Problem - Peg's yard. When Peg and Cat need to mail some important letters for Peg's Mom, they find their path to the mailbox blocked by a really big dog.Primary Content: HeightSecondary Content: Direction, sets that can't be divided equallyThe Three Friends Problem - Peg's yard. When Peg and Cat are playing with their new friend the Big Dog, Cat suddenly becomes strangely quiet. Using a graph, Peg attempts to figure out what's wrong withCat.Primary Content: Bar graphsSecondary Content: More, less 
May 15
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. 
May 15
10:00 AM
Sesame Street If Me Had That Wand Cookie Monster is tempted to take Abby's wand so he can use magic to make different kinds of cookies, but Alan helps him think about how Abby would feel if he took her wand. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
May 15
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Rota the Lion Sarah talks with the curator and looks at the interesting variety of antiques and artifacts at the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine FL. Roger chooses to paint "Rota", a lion on display that once was a beloved pet and later a mascot to Winston Churchill. 
May 15
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Fabric Gal Quilt Eleanor shares her love of fabric as she demonstrates her technique to make two blocks at one time. Get the inside scoop from Eleanor on fabric manufacturing, from concept to design and completion. 
May 15
12:00 PM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 15
12:30 PM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 15
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." 
May 15
1:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 15
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Final Ascent The Kármán Line (New York University) Olivia Coleman (Broadchurch, The Iron Lady, Hot Fuzz) stars as a mother who is hit by an unusual condition that causes her to lift off the ground at a slow but ever increasing rate. Directed by Oscar Sharp. 
May 15
2:30 PM
On Story Deconstructing The Fly Mick Garris (Masters of Horror) and Alvaro Rodriguez (Machete) deconstruct the shock, suspense, and subtleties of David Cronenberg's The Fly and how his execution has contributed to the legitimacy and intellect of the horror genre. 
May 15
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Amanda Cohen & Season Veggies Do you find yourself stuck in a rut when it comes to seasoning vegetables? Well, join Chef Ming Tsai and Chef Amanda Cohen for this episode of Simply Ming. Chef Amanda Cohen promises to breathe new life into your veggie dishes. 
May 15
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. 
May 15
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. 
May 15
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The New York, New York After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 15
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 15
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 15
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 15
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
May 15
7:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 15
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Sky Candy Arts In Context explores the process of creation through collaboration and the condition of living and working as an artist. In this documentary series visual arts, dance, music and culture are featured in hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own and facilitate the dialogue between artists and audiences. 
May 15
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 15
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program. 
May 15
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Governor Jesse Ventura 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. 
May 15
9:30 PM
Well Read Jayne Ann Krentz / "Amanda Quick: The Mystery Woman" In Jayne Ann Krentz' latest paranormal romance novel, detective Beatrice Lockwood encounters a mad scientist with an ancient Egyptian potion for reviving the dead. 
May 15
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." 
May 15
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. 
May 15
11:00 PM
60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits and Davy Jones of The Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, The Kingsmen, The Ventures, Question Mark & The Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations. 
May 16
1:00 AM
50s & 60s Rock Rewind (My Music) From "Love Me Tender" to "Only You," "Wake Up Little Suzie" to "Dream Lover" and " Long Tall Sally" to "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," this new MY MUSIC special spotlights the happy days of the 50s and early 60s with archival footage of the greatest pop and rock hit makers of the era in their prime. 
May 16
3:00 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. 
May 16
4:30 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. 
May 16
6:00 AM
Ed Slott's RETIREMENT RESCUE for 2014! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means for you, your family, and your retirement savings. Ed Slott's "Retirement Rescue for 2014!" is a fully-updated version of his hit program "Retirement Rescue." The program is a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. 
May 16
8:00 AM
Ed Slott's RETIREMENT RESCUE for 2014! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means for you, your family, and your retirement savings. Ed Slott's "Retirement Rescue for 2014!" is a fully-updated version of his hit program "Retirement Rescue." The program is a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. 
May 16
10:00 AM
Dr. Christiane Northrup - Glorious Women Never Age! Christiane Northrup, M.D. visionary pioneer and one of the world's leading authorities in the field of women's health and wellness, turns the notion of aging on its head with seven steps that celebrate the wisdom of growing older. 
May 16
11:30 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.
 
May 16
2:00 PM
60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits and Davy Jones of The Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, The Kingsmen, The Ventures, Question Mark & The Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations. 
May 16
4:00 PM
50s & 60s Rock Rewind (My Music) From "Love Me Tender" to "Only You," "Wake Up Little Suzie" to "Dream Lover" and " Long Tall Sally" to "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," this new MY MUSIC special spotlights the happy days of the 50s and early 60s with archival footage of the greatest pop and rock hit makers of the era in their prime. 
May 16
6:00 PM
Tommy Emmanuel - Live & Solo in Pensacola  
May 16
7:00 PM
Tommy Emmanuel - Live & Solo in Pensacola  
May 16
8:00 PM
60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits and Davy Jones of The Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, The Kingsmen, The Ventures, Question Mark & The Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations. 
May 16
10:00 PM
50s & 60s Rock Rewind (My Music) From "Love Me Tender" to "Only You," "Wake Up Little Suzie" to "Dream Lover" and " Long Tall Sally" to "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," this new MY MUSIC special spotlights the happy days of the 50s and early 60s with archival footage of the greatest pop and rock hit makers of the era in their prime. 
May 17
12:00 AM
Tommy Emmanuel - Live & Solo in Pensacola  
May 17
1:00 AM
Tommy Emmanuel - Live & Solo in Pensacola  
May 17
2:00 AM
60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits and Davy Jones of The Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, The Kingsmen, The Ventures, Question Mark & The Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations. 
May 17
4:00 AM
50s & 60s Rock Rewind (My Music) From "Love Me Tender" to "Only You," "Wake Up Little Suzie" to "Dream Lover" and " Long Tall Sally" to "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," this new MY MUSIC special spotlights the happy days of the 50s and early 60s with archival footage of the greatest pop and rock hit makers of the era in their prime. 
May 17
6:00 AM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 17
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.  
May 17
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.  
May 17
8:00 AM
Dr. Christiane Northrup - Glorious Women Never Age! Christiane Northrup, M.D. visionary pioneer and one of the world's leading authorities in the field of women's health and wellness, turns the notion of aging on its head with seven steps that celebrate the wisdom of growing older. 
May 17
9:30 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. 
May 17
11:00 AM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 17
12:00 PM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 17
1:00 PM
60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits and Davy Jones of The Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, The Kingsmen, The Ventures, Question Mark & The Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from the decade of peace, love and profound social change — sung by performers who represent a period of time that resonates through the generations. 
May 17
3:00 PM
Ed Slott's RETIREMENT RESCUE for 2014! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means for you, your family, and your retirement savings. Ed Slott's "Retirement Rescue for 2014!" is a fully-updated version of his hit program "Retirement Rescue." The program is a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. 
May 17
5:00 PM
Ed Slott's RETIREMENT RESCUE for 2014! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means for you, your family, and your retirement savings. Ed Slott's "Retirement Rescue for 2014!" is a fully-updated version of his hit program "Retirement Rescue." The program is a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. 
May 17
7:00 PM
Deepak Chopra: The Future of God Faith meets science in DEEPAK CHOPRA: THE FUTURE OF GOD - a ground-breaking and thought provoking special in which world-renowned spiritual teacher and medical doctor Deepak Chopra demonstrates that the tools of our most advanced fields of science can be used to answer some of these fundamentally spiritual questions. Most importantly, Dr. Chopra will argue that religion and science, when understood at the highest levels, do not contradict each other and, in fact, actually complement each other. 
May 17
8:30 PM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 17
9:30 PM
Deepak Chopra: The Future of God Faith meets science in DEEPAK CHOPRA: THE FUTURE OF GOD - a ground-breaking and thought provoking special in which world-renowned spiritual teacher and medical doctor Deepak Chopra demonstrates that the tools of our most advanced fields of science can be used to answer some of these fundamentally spiritual questions. Most importantly, Dr. Chopra will argue that religion and science, when understood at the highest levels, do not contradict each other and, in fact, actually complement each other. 
May 17
11:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
May 18
1:00 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. 
May 18
2:30 AM
Ed Slott's RETIREMENT RESCUE for 2014! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means for you, your family, and your retirement savings. Ed Slott's "Retirement Rescue for 2014!" is a fully-updated version of his hit program "Retirement Rescue." The program is a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. 
May 18
4:30 AM
Aging Backwards With Miranda Esmonde-White AGING BACKWARDS WITH MIRANDA ESMONDE-WHITE provides valuable insights on combating the physical signs and consequences of aging. Scientific, yet entertaining and accessible, the three-part special shares practical information on slowing down and potentially reversing the aging process through exercise and other lifestyle choices. Charismatic Classical Stretch host Miranda Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, strives to motivate viewers to stretch and strengthen their way to feeling and looking younger. She believes a gentle, full-body workout holds the key to increasing strength and flexibility; building a longer, leaner and stronger body; improving posture; relieving chronic aches and pains; combating osteoporosis and arthritis; overcoming injuries; and preventing hypertension and diabetes. Interviews with doctors and physiotherapists, testimonials from Classical Stretch enthusiasts ranging in age from 22 to 90, and clear explanations from Esmonde-White illustrate the damage caused by a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of exercise at every stage of life. 
May 18
5:30 AM
Autoline The World of Commercial Vehicles They deliver just about everything that's in your house...heck they probably even delivered that, too, when it was still in the building stages. "They" are commercial vehicles and on this week's Autoline John McElroy and his expert panel introduces to what qualifies as a commercial vehicle, how they're used and who buys them. 
May 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. 
May 18
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Pain in the Neck? WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 18
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 18
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 18
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Posture and Breathing Posture is essential to any good workout. In this program Mary Ann demonstrates how to maintain good posture while exercising. 
May 18
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Back in Creature Time - Part 1 Episode Description: The Wild Kratts crew lament the extinction of different animals in recent history and how they'll never ever be able to see them. Aviva decides that it's finally time to unveil her most secret invention yet - the Time Trampoline! Using the trampoline, the Wild Kratts jump back in time to meet the extinct Dodo Bird of Mauritius. But once there, they run into Gourmand's ancestor, who decides Dodos are definitely on the menu! It's Wild Kratts to the rescue! Science Concept: Extinction - different types of animals can go extinct and disappear from the planet in a number of ways - habitat loss, overhunting, etc. Once an animal goes extinct, it is lost forever. 
May 18
8:00 AM
Curious George George Goes for 100/Fearless George It's Lake Wannasink Lake's 100th anniversary and George is in charge of the main attraction - the town's 100-year-old-flag with 10 stripes and 100 stars. When the stripes accidentally blow away, George runs around the countryside to retrieve them. Can George reassemble the flag in time for the big unveiling? / "Fearless George" and his comrades (aka Steve and Betsy) are playing a make-believe adventure with George's toys. But putting away toys only to set them up again the next day really eats into play time. Is there a way to store the toys without destroying the set? Sounds like a job for "Fearless George!" 
May 18
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Chasing Rainbows/Follow the Prints Chasing RainbowsThe kids are painting a picture of a rainbow but can't remember all the colors to use. Luckily for them, Cat takes them to Color-ga-lore to meet King Kaleidoscope, an expert on rainbows! A musical number teaches them the proper color order, and a silly spray of water leads them to discover how to make their very own rainbow!Educational Objective: Rainbows - Sunlight, when shining on rain-water droplets, forms a rainbow. The colors of a rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, and they always appear in that order.Follow the PrintsNick and Sally are enjoying a backyard picnic when they discover their last strawberry has gone missing! Who could have taken it? Cat's friend Cluey Looey can help them! They head to Muddyfeet Waterhole where they learn about how different animals make different types of footprints. Back home, they follow the prints and discover their strawberry was taken by a squirrel! Luckily, the Cat has some more!Educational Objective: Animal Prints - all creatures leave some sort of print. Footprints match the size and shape of the creature's foot. You can tell the size of an animal by it's print; big animals leave big prints, little animals often leave little prints and heavy animals leave deep prints. 
May 18
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 
May 18
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus/Triceratops for Lunch "The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus"The family surprises Mom for her birthday with a trip to a concert given by Cory and her family of Corythosaurus, who play music through the crests on their heads. "Triceratops for Lunch"The Pteranodon family eats lunch with their friend Tank Triceratops and discover that he and his family are all plant-eaters, with great leaf-eating teeth and giant appetites! 
May 18
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Get Lost, Mr. Chips SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 18
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 1 Jerry paints a winter scene with a surprise feature to be revealed. This episode will be an introduction to combining warm and cool colors, working with a warm golden color against the cool colors of snow. Jerry will show and reinforce blending of sky colors. He also demonstrates why mixing under-painting color directly on the canvas -- versus pre-mixing a formula on the palette -- works best for this particular painting. 
May 18
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Reversibility Counts Learn about reversible knit and crochet fashions. Eunny begins this episode with an explanation on what makes a knit reversible and demonstrates how to pick up stitches invisibly. On the Accessorize Me segment, Kristin shows off a mobius shawl with a versatile motif pattern. Then, on today's Yarn Spotlight Clara Parkes and Eunny take a look at locally spun yarns. If you think it's important to support American yarn companies, don't miss a look at a fun bison yarn that is both grown and spun here in the United States. Finally, Eunny finishes with a quick tip for reversible and invisible seaming. 
May 18
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 18
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program. 
May 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." 
May 18
2:00 PM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Garrison No More Norm and Kevin review the transformation that has taken place in the 1966 Garrison Colonial. Kitchen designer Michele Kelly shows Richard the design and technology smarts built into the new kitchen. Kevin meets homeowner Jody and her designer brother to see how he customized the spaces over the garage to reflect each daughter's personality. Interior designer Robin Gannon shows Norm the updates she made to the older parts of the house. Kevin and Jody join Jeremy in the kitchen to see the finished space, the new breakfast area, screen porch and back deck. 
May 18
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Maine Tropical Houseplants, USA Flag Build Learn about planting an indoor tropical garden in a cold climate. 
May 18
3:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen Comfort Food Lidia prepares hot meal for a cold day. A main course of Apple Cider Braised Pork Shoulder with turnips, a comforting side of Mashed Potatoes and Fava Beans, and to finish, a decadent Pear Crumble with brandy and cherries. 
May 18
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Homemade Ricotta / Ricotta Fatta in Casa You'll never use store-bought ricotta again, after Mary Ann shows you how easy it is to make it yourself. And once it's done, get ready to make an unforgettable dessert: Roasted Pineapple with Ricotta Cream filled with crunchy pistachios. And don't forget this summertime, wintertime, anytime light luncheon treat: Ricotta Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes 
May 18
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Best Barbecued Chicken and Cornbread Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Sweet and Tangy Barbecued Chicken. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of BBQ sauce. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making Fresh Corn Cornbread. 
May 18
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Short Order Breakfast Classics Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Quicker Cinnamon Buns at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen orange juice. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to "impossible" Ham-and-Cheese Pie. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 18
6:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 18
7:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The The Bibighar Gardens Daphne and Hari draw closer together. After an assignation with him in the Bibighar Gardens, on a night of rioting and protest, she returns home, claiming she's been raped. On flimsy evidence, Merrick arrests Hari. 
May 18
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 7 The store takes a big gamble. Victor hits on a survival strategy. Gordon and Grace test the waters. And Grove snaps out of it. 
May 18
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Separation Anxiety Owl and Mouse (New York University)In this wry tale that celebrates the art of stop-motion animation, a curmudgeonly owl must fight his nature when he has to watch over a young mouse for a night. Directed by Emma J. Noble.So You've Grown Attached (New York University)An imaginary friend is forced to consider retirement when his creator - and best friend - starts to grow up. Directed by Kate Tsang.Steadfast Stanley (California Institute of the Arts)A faithful dog must journey through the zombie apocalypse to save his best friend. Directed by John Kim.Fluffy the Flying Fish (School of Visual Arts)When they move from Los Angeles to Denver, a family has to decide how to transport their pet goldfish, Fluffy. Directed by Ryan Charmatz. 
May 18
9:30 PM
On Story  Austin Film Festival's ON STORY is a half-hour series that gives a behind the scenes look at the creative process of the country's most beloved movies and TV shows. The show is a mash-up of footage of screenwriter and filmmakers discussing their craft and films. Each episode is thematically paired with one or two short films, with an introduction from the film's writer or director.LA Times film critic Kenneth Turan says: ON STORY is film school in a box, a lifetime's worth of filmmaking knowledge squeezed into half-hour packages.  
May 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." 
May 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. 
May 18
11:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The The Bibighar Gardens Daphne and Hari draw closer together. After an assignation with him in the Bibighar Gardens, on a night of rioting and protest, she returns home, claiming she's been raped. On flimsy evidence, Merrick arrests Hari. 
May 19
12:00 AM
American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco AMERICAN JERUSALEM tells the remarkable story of the pioneering Jews of San Francisco. Drawn to California by the Gold Rush, Jews wee welcomed in San Francisco as nowhere else and would go on to build a thriving community, the second largest Jewish community in the United States after New York. With their newfound freedom, Jews played a central role in the transformation of this once-sleepy maritime village into the largest metropolis in the American West. As Jews integrated into mainstream San Francisco society, they were forced to reinvent what it meant for them to be Jewish, to create in essence a new kind of Jew - San Francisco Jew. 
May 19
1:00 AM
This Old House Lexington Project 2015 Garrison No More Norm and Kevin review the transformation that has taken place in the 1966 Garrison Colonial. Kitchen designer Michele Kelly shows Richard the design and technology smarts built into the new kitchen. Kevin meets homeowner Jody and her designer brother to see how he customized the spaces over the garage to reflect each daughter's personality. Interior designer Robin Gannon shows Norm the updates she made to the older parts of the house. Kevin and Jody join Jeremy in the kitchen to see the finished space, the new breakfast area, screen porch and back deck. 
May 19
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House Maine Tropical Houseplants, USA Flag Build Learn about planting an indoor tropical garden in a cold climate. 
May 19
2:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Comfort Food Lidia prepares hot meal for a cold day. A main course of Apple Cider Braised Pork Shoulder with turnips, a comforting side of Mashed Potatoes and Fava Beans, and to finish, a decadent Pear Crumble with brandy and cherries. 
May 19
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Homemade Ricotta / Ricotta Fatta in Casa You'll never use store-bought ricotta again, after Mary Ann shows you how easy it is to make it yourself. And once it's done, get ready to make an unforgettable dessert: Roasted Pineapple with Ricotta Cream filled with crunchy pistachios. And don't forget this summertime, wintertime, anytime light luncheon treat: Ricotta Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes 
May 19
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Best Barbecued Chicken and Cornbread Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Sweet and Tangy Barbecued Chicken. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of BBQ sauce. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making Fresh Corn Cornbread. 
May 19
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Short Order Breakfast Classics Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Quicker Cinnamon Buns at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen orange juice. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to "impossible" Ham-and-Cheese Pie. 
May 19
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 1 Jerry paints a winter scene with a surprise feature to be revealed. This episode will be an introduction to combining warm and cool colors, working with a warm golden color against the cool colors of snow. Jerry will show and reinforce blending of sky colors. He also demonstrates why mixing under-painting color directly on the canvas -- versus pre-mixing a formula on the palette -- works best for this particular painting. 
May 19
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Reversibility Counts Learn about reversible knit and crochet fashions. Eunny begins this episode with an explanation on what makes a knit reversible and demonstrates how to pick up stitches invisibly. On the Accessorize Me segment, Kristin shows off a mobius shawl with a versatile motif pattern. Then, on today's Yarn Spotlight Clara Parkes and Eunny take a look at locally spun yarns. If you think it's important to support American yarn companies, don't miss a look at a fun bison yarn that is both grown and spun here in the United States. Finally, Eunny finishes with a quick tip for reversible and invisible seaming. 
May 19
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Africa Roundtable, Part II This week Dennis Wholey concludes his roundtable discussion focused on Africa with 4 experts on the continent. The conversation highlights that Africa is far more than negative media attention but in fact a vast continent of emerging global importance. The experts have all devoted their careers to Africa in various forms and the resulting conversation provides a wonderful education on Africa today. Guests include the Brookings Institution's Amadou Sy, Ph.D., the Wilson Center's Monde Muyangwa, Ph.D., the Atlantic Council's J. Peter Pham, Ph.D., and the Center for Global Development's Todd Moss, Ph.D. 
May 19
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's weekly globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face. 
May 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. 
May 19
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Shrug Off Shoulder Tension WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 19
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 19
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 19
7:00 AM
Film School Shorts Facial Exercises Facial exercises are important because they increase sensory awareness in mouth and encourge facial expression. These exercises are essential for anyone experiencing neurological challenges. 
May 19
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bad Hair Day Chris and Martin try to help a lion named "He who breathes fire" get past obstacles and back to his pride, who are under siege from two intruder lions.Science Concept: Social Organization in animals. 
May 19
8:00 AM
Curious George Big, Bad Hundley/George's Simple Siphon When Hundley notices a big dog named Goliath helping the Doorman in the lobby, he wishes he were taller. George and Marco try to help the dachshund by giving him stilts, platform shoes, and even a fun house mirror to makes Hundley look big. But nothing cheers Hundley up until he figures out that good things come in all sizes! / On the first hot day of summer, George, Bill and Allie decide to take a dip in Bill's pool only to discover that the pool is filled with algae! Even oars, rubber boots, pots, pans, and yellow rain hats won't empty the green water. Hot and tired, George gets a refreshing idea while sipping lemonade from his super long straw. Simple siphon to the rescue! 
May 19
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Long Winter's Nap/The Tree Doctor A Long Winter's NapSally and Nick are so excited to go ice skating tomorrow, that they can't fall asleep! Cat's friend Boris the Bear can help! Off they go to the Gleep-sneep Woods to learn how Boris gets ready to take his long winter's nap. Back at home, Nick and Sally follow Boris' advice, and, with the help of a bedtime story from Cat, they quickly fall asleep.Educational Objective: Hibernation - how black bears prepare for spending the winter months in a deep sleep.The Tree DoctorSally's little maple sapling hasn't grown any bigger! To discover why, The Cat in the Hat takes the kids to meet Dr. Twiggles. With the help of the doctor and his songs, Nick and Sally discover how trees "eat" - through their leaves and roots. They also learn that trees grow verrrry slowly. A few more years and their maple sapling will grow into a maple tree!Educational Objective: Tree Roots and Leaves - How roots and leaves provide nourishment for the trees - roots suck up water and leaves absorb the sunlight. From tiny seeds large trees grow, but they grow very slowly. 
May 19
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 
May 19
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Laura the Giganotosaurus/Dinosaur Poop! "Laura the Giganotosaurus"Buddy spends time with Laura Giganotosaurus, a large dinosaur who always rides the Dinosaur Train and, like Buddy, is a three-toed theropod! Buddy also discovers that Laura is an avid bird-watcher. "Dinosaur Poop!"Buddy and Tiny learn that all creatures poop, even really big dinosaurs. 
May 19
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Grover Does it All Mando helps Grover slow down and focus when he tries too many activities at the same time. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
May 19
11:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Background Techniques Background Techniques 
May 19
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Modern Quilting Meets Folk Art Two very distinct quilt approaches, modern quilting and folk art, have one very important element in common-they both thrive on a simple clean aesthetic. Today's three designers take a simple approach with very different techniques. First, Catherine Redford makes a modern place mat using hexagons. Then, Ebony love demonstrates die-cut trapunto. Finally, Michelle May shows how to create a felted flower brooch in the folk art style. 
May 19
12:00 PM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 19
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 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." 
May 19
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers 522: Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers (encore episode from previous season)"Green Acres is the place to be; farm living is the life for me." You might remember the jingle to the opening of the popular series, Green Acres from decades ago. But today, the same desire is alive and well and spawning "Organic Farm Schools" all over the country. In this fun episode, the whole crew enrolls for a week in a New England farm school to learn all they can while there. The cameras are rolling to show the reality side of organic farm living with our mostly city-slicker crew. 
May 19
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Growing Lavender Get the secret to growing finicky lavender, plus tips on indoor aromatherapy. On tour, a drought defiant garden turned blank land into sensational outdoor living. 
May 19
3:00 PM
Essential Pepin Economical Offal #107 Economical Offal Pork Liver PateRoast Sausage With PotatoesBraised Sweetbreads In Mirepoix Braised Tongue With Lentils 
May 19
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Nancy Silverton, one of America's noted bread bakers, prepares twice-baked brioche, savory brioche pockets, pecan sticky buns and brioche tart with white secret sauce. 
May 19
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Souffles Never thought you could master making a soufflé? Well think again. In this episode, Martha demystifies the art of the soufflé with some of her favorite variations, including a spectacular savory cheese soufflé, caramel soufflé, chocolate soufflé, lemon soufflé and finally — iced lemon mousse. 
May 19
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Gone Fishin' With David Pasternack Seafood expert David Pasternack, from New York's fish temple Esca, shows why he loves food with fins with three favorite recipes from his arsenal: Fettuccine with Rock Shrimp, Corn and Jalapeño; Grilled Mahi Mahi with Panella and Chickpeas and Salt-Baked Pesce per Due with Braised Greens. Cooking fish this way makes it easy and accessible. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 19
7:00 PM
Chef Driven Soul Food in Denver? Frank Bonanno takes a pulse on Denver's soul food scene, unsure of whether one exists. To answer the question, he enlists soul food scholar and Denver resident Adrien Miller, who takes him to CoraFaye's Café, one of his favorite soul food restaurants. Frank visits his restaurant Lou's Food Bar, where chef Johnny DePierro is developing a recipe for one of Frank's favorite southern dishes - Nashville-stlye hot chicken. Together, Frank and Johnny make a spicy fried chicken dinner. Feeling inspired by CoraFaye's and Lou's, Frank shows how the home chef can make a traditional soul food dinner. Frank makes fried catfish for his family and enjoys dinner outside on a beautiful late summer evening. 
May 19
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Pig Explore David Chang's relationship to the pig. He travels to San Sebastian to discuss pork bushi, prepares pork belly and tonkotsu, and visits Montreal with comedian Aziz Ansari for Wilensky's fried bologna sandwich. 
May 19
8:00 PM
Street Level    
May 19
8:30 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. 
May 19
9:00 PM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan 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. 
May 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." 
May 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. 
May 19
11:00 PM
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. 
May 20
12:00 AM
Chef Driven Soul Food in Denver? Frank Bonanno takes a pulse on Denver's soul food scene, unsure of whether one exists. To answer the question, he enlists soul food scholar and Denver resident Adrien Miller, who takes him to CoraFaye's Café, one of his favorite soul food restaurants. Frank visits his restaurant Lou's Food Bar, where chef Johnny DePierro is developing a recipe for one of Frank's favorite southern dishes - Nashville-stlye hot chicken. Together, Frank and Johnny make a spicy fried chicken dinner. Feeling inspired by CoraFaye's and Lou's, Frank shows how the home chef can make a traditional soul food dinner. Frank makes fried catfish for his family and enjoys dinner outside on a beautiful late summer evening. 
May 20
12:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Memory This episode explores David Chang's past: dishes from childhood, summer eating, his time in Japan and golf. 
May 20
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers 522: Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers (encore episode from previous season)"Green Acres is the place to be; farm living is the life for me." You might remember the jingle to the opening of the popular series, Green Acres from decades ago. But today, the same desire is alive and well and spawning "Organic Farm Schools" all over the country. In this fun episode, the whole crew enrolls for a week in a New England farm school to learn all they can while there. The cameras are rolling to show the reality side of organic farm living with our mostly city-slicker crew. 
May 20
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Growing Lavender Get the secret to growing finicky lavender, plus tips on indoor aromatherapy. On tour, a drought defiant garden turned blank land into sensational outdoor living. 
May 20
2:00 AM
Essential Pepin Economical Offal #107 Economical Offal Pork Liver PateRoast Sausage With PotatoesBraised Sweetbreads In Mirepoix Braised Tongue With Lentils 
May 20
2:30 AM
Baking With Julia  Nancy Silverton, one of America's noted bread bakers, prepares twice-baked brioche, savory brioche pockets, pecan sticky buns and brioche tart with white secret sauce. 
May 20
3:00 AM
Martha Bakes Souffles Never thought you could master making a soufflé? Well think again. In this episode, Martha demystifies the art of the soufflé with some of her favorite variations, including a spectacular savory cheese soufflé, caramel soufflé, chocolate soufflé, lemon soufflé and finally — iced lemon mousse. 
May 20
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Gone Fishin' With David Pasternack Seafood expert David Pasternack, from New York's fish temple Esca, shows why he loves food with fins with three favorite recipes from his arsenal: Fettuccine with Rock Shrimp, Corn and Jalapeño; Grilled Mahi Mahi with Panella and Chickpeas and Salt-Baked Pesce per Due with Braised Greens. Cooking fish this way makes it easy and accessible. 
May 20
4:00 AM
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins Background Techniques Background Techniques 
May 20
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Modern Quilting Meets Folk Art Two very distinct quilt approaches, modern quilting and folk art, have one very important element in common-they both thrive on a simple clean aesthetic. Today's three designers take a simple approach with very different techniques. First, Catherine Redford makes a modern place mat using hexagons. Then, Ebony love demonstrates die-cut trapunto. Finally, Michelle May shows how to create a felted flower brooch in the folk art style. 
May 20
5:00 AM
Focus on Europe  FOCUS ON EUROPE reports on the diversity of the continent's people and places - and on the conflicts and coexistence of the people of Europe. 
May 20
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 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. 
May 20
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Torso Twist Toes Touch WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
May 20
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 20
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 20
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit We've Gone Country Country music sets the tone and pace for this fun full body workout. 
May 20
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Termites vs. Tongues When Aviva and Koki accidentally miniaturize themselves and get carried away by termites, Martin and Chris must split up to search for them.Science Concept: Predator/Prey relationship. 
May 20
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Backwards Flight Plan/Curious George, Hog Trainer Help! Professor Wiseman is set to launch B.I.R.D., her bird migration tracking device, at sunset, but the remote control isn't functioning properly. Up is down. Left is right. Off is on. Can George and Marco master the tricky remote control in time or will this B.I.R.D. be flying North for the winter? / George and Allie are determined to help Howie the Hog win a blue ribbon at the state fair, but the portly pig doesn't like to train for the competition. Once they figure out how to keep Howie clean, George and Allie use their creativity to find ways to keep Howie motivated and cool while exercising. Will Howie be in hog heaven this year and win the blue ribbon? 
May 20
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Maps/Termite Towers MapsNick and Sally are pretending to be pirates. The Cat takes them on a real pirate adventure by following a treasure map! They use landmarks to find their way to a real pirate treasure: parchment paper and ink pens to make their own pirate maps!Educational Objective: Maps and Landmarks - a map is like a picture of a place, which you can use to find your way around. Maps show the location of landmarks and natural features.Termite TowersSally and Nick just can't seem to keep their block tower from toppling over. The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet some expert tower builders: the termites! After shrinking down to bug-size, they learn from Terry termite how to build a tower that won't wiggle and wobble. With some engineering tips from a termite, Sally and Nick can build their block tower higher than before! Educational Objective: With sand mixed with a special glue in their spit African termites build high towers, which are quite stable because the base is wider than the upper parts of the tower. 
May 20
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 
May 20
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Fast Friends/T. rex Teeth "Fast Friends"Buddy, Tiny, and Mom ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Oren and Ollie Ornithomimus, some of the fastest dinosaurs ever! Our kids love meeting the fast-moving and fast-talking twins. "T. rex Teeth" When Buddy loses a tooth, Mom takes him to Rexville to ask his Tyrannosaurus friends all about T. rex teeth. They explain that he'll grow new teeth to replace the old ones. 
May 20
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 
May 20
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 20
11:30 AM
Sew It All Ready-Made Revamp, Sue Hausmann Embellish ready-made clothing to create a new wardrobe. 
May 20
12:00 PM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
May 20
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 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." 
May 20
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Growing our own food lets us know what is in it because we control what goes into the food we grow ourselves. Carve out a space in your garden; you'll be surprised at how much you can grow. It not only is gratifying, it's healthy. Join us as we GardenSMART with vegetables. 
May 20
2:30 PM
American Woodshop A Tool Bench for Every Home Small bench that stores amazing tools and stories. 
May 20
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
May 20
3:30 PM
Taste This! Big Apple BBQ Join Chef Joe as he stops in at New York City's Big Apple BBQ. To kick off summer NYC closes Madison Avenue and hosts pit masters from all over the country. If you love BBQ, this is the episode for you. Chef Joe stops at 3 different stands and bites into Dallas Ribs, Fried Peach Pie, and a pulled pork sandwich that would melt in your mouth! After the BBQ, Chef Joe hosts his own as he grills BBQ steak using compound butter and dry rub! 
May 20
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. 
May 20
4:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Pig Explore David Chang's relationship to the pig. He travels to San Sebastian to discuss pork bushi, prepares pork belly and tonkotsu, and visits Montreal with comedian Aziz Ansari for Wilensky's fried bologna sandwich. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 20
7:00 PM
If Not Us How do you stand up for your principles? IF NOT US, an original CPT12 documentary, chronicles a multi-media collaboration on civil rights in which local high school students and seasoned community activists recorded compelling accounts about standing up for what you believe in (or wishing you had).

The students of East High School in Denver then staged a play based on these stories – their own, present-day experiences as well as the accounts of past civil and human rights trials shared by their older counterparts.

From the beginning, CPT12 was there to capture the entire, compelling process of young people and community “elders” learning from each other in order to create something bigger than themselves.

This unique collaboration included The Center for Digital Storytelling, Warm Cookies of the Revolution, the Buntport Theater and East High School of Denver Public Schools. 
May 20
8:00 PM
I Will Dance In a city where young peoples' fate seems predetermined by their circumstances, I WILL DANCE is a defiant proclamation not to be another statistic, teenage parent, or gang member. The film follows RATCo Selma's journey to New York City. There, they share their stories through an original show written and choreographed by the participants themselves. Around every corner and with every skyscraper, monument, and museum, there is a discovery. But their greatest discovery is their own voice. 
May 20
9:30 PM
Rasa Dari Tari / The Soul of Dance: Contemporary Dance in Indonesia Rasa Dari Tari / The Soul of Dance is an introduction to the vibrant diversity of contemporary dance in Indonesia. Rooted both in tradition and the idioms of modern movement this half hour documentary introduces audiences to work ranging from site-specific solos to multi-media musical theater. The documentary includes excerpts from six works. 
May 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." 
May 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. 
May 20
11:00 PM
Ethan Presents: A Celebration of America Ethan Presents: A Celebration of America is a musical tribute to the U.S. Armed Forces, our Veterans and the enduring traditions of our country. Hosted by international music sensation Ethan Bortnick, the special was filmed in Pensacola, FL, where Ethan performed for an audience of active duty soldiers, veterans and ROTC students. The pianist, singer, composer and driven humanitarian honors our nation with a performance of our most patriotic songs including "America The Beautiful" and "God Bless America." A Celebration of America is the perfect way for the family to celebrate our great country and those who protect our freedom! 
May 20
11:30 PM
Warriors Return The Navajo serve in the military in greater proportions relative to their population numbers. The veterans of beautiful Canyon de Chelly served as Code Talkers in WWII, Army Rangers in Viet Nam and many across services in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their dedication and courage in battle does not protect them from the challenges they face when they return home. Unemployment, Post Traumatic Stress, rural isolation prevents many from receiving help, but strong women, traditional healing and western talk therapy help others create a new normal. 
May 21
12:00 AM
OMAHA BEACH: HONOR AND SACRIFICE On D-Day, a roughly 7,000-yard stretch of beach in Normandy, France given the code name "Omaha" proved to be the Allies' biggest obstacle to the success of Operation Overlord. The assignment to take Omaha Beach, establish a beachhead, and move inland into France was given to two American divisions — the already battle-hardened 1st Infantry Division (The Big Red One) and the untested 29th Infantry Division (The Blue and the Gray), who had yet to see any combat in World War II. American Naval Combat Demolition Units also hit the beach that day, writing their own individual stories of horror and heroism. Seven decades after the "Boys of Omaha Beach" landed, many veterans are returning to this part of the Normandy coast for the last time. Other soldiers who were there on D-Day have also come back for the first time since that historic day, looking for closure as they enter the final years of their lives. 
May 21
1:00 AM
Chef Driven Soul Food in Denver? Frank Bonanno takes a pulse on Denver's soul food scene, unsure of whether one exists. To answer the question, he enlists soul food scholar and Denver resident Adrien Miller, who takes him to CoraFaye's Café, one of his favorite soul food restaurants. Frank visits his restaurant Lou's Food Bar, where chef Johnny DePierro is developing a recipe for one of Frank's favorite southern dishes - Nashville-stlye hot chicken. Together, Frank and Johnny make a spicy fried chicken dinner. Feeling inspired by CoraFaye's and Lou's, Frank shows how the home chef can make a traditional soul food dinner. Frank makes fried catfish for his family and enjoys dinner outside on a beautiful late summer evening. 
May 21
1:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Pig Explore David Chang's relationship to the pig. He travels to San Sebastian to discuss pork bushi, prepares pork belly and tonkotsu, and visits Montreal with comedian Aziz Ansari for Wilensky's fried bologna sandwich. 
May 21
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
May 21
2:30 AM
Taste This! Big Apple BBQ Join Chef Joe as he stops in at New York City's Big Apple BBQ. To kick off summer NYC closes Madison Avenue and hosts pit masters from all over the country. If you love BBQ, this is the episode for you. Chef Joe stops at 3 different stands and bites into Dallas Ribs, Fried Peach Pie, and a pulled pork sandwich that would melt in your mouth! After the BBQ, Chef Joe hosts his own as he grills BBQ steak using compound butter and dry rub! 
May 21
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. 
May 21
3:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Pig Explore David Chang's relationship to the pig. He travels to San Sebastian to discuss pork bushi, prepares pork belly and tonkotsu, and visits Montreal with comedian Aziz Ansari for Wilensky's fried bologna sandwich. 
May 21
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 21
4:30 AM
Sew It All Ready-Made Revamp, Sue Hausmann Embellish ready-made clothing to create a new wardrobe. 
May 21
5:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW continues its impressive public television run with 52 episodes featuring some of the world's most prominent and famous personalities. Each week, host Robert Scully discusses topical issues with authors, financiers, entrepreneurs, diplomats, philanthropists, inventors, academics and others. The Gemini Award-winning series is produced on-location throughout the Americas. Over the course of his nearly 30-year broadcasting career, the multilingual Scully has interviewed more than 3,000 guests, in five languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish). They include: Nobel laureates (the Dalai Lama, Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger), heads of state and political leaders (George Bush Sr., Michael Bloomberg, Jacques Chirac, Gerald Ford, Shimon Peres), royalty and nobility (Prince Albert of Monaco, King Hussein, Princess Michael of Kent), athletes (Wayne Gretzky, Lennox Lewis), chefs (Julia Child, Anthony Bourdain), lawyers (Alan Dershowitz, Gloria Allred), fashion personalities (Carla Bruni, Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, Paloma Picasso, Diane Von Furstenberg), artists and performers (Jane Fonda, Luciano Pavarotti, Robert Redford, Ray Charles, YoYo Ma), television journalists (Walter Cronkite, Larry King, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather), authors (Gore Vidal, Malcolm Gladwell, Isabel Allende, Frank McCourt, Scott Turow), diplomats (Richard Holbrooke), documentarians (Ken Burns) and many others. Scully takes a keen interest in, and holds a special regard for, entrepreneurs, CEOs and business leaders. The series has spotlighted many luminaries, including Luciano Benetton, Barry Diller, Anita Roddick, Steve Forbes, Bill Gates, David Rockefeller, Baron Rothschild, Donald Trump, Robert Mondavi and Jack Welch. 
May 21
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts. 
May 21
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 21
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Cut Abs with Scissors 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. 
May 21
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 21
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 21
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Don't Forget Your Fingers Paying special attention to the finger joints is important in our quest to stay independent and keep our hands functioning well. 
May 21
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Secrets of the Spider's Web When the creature adventuring Kratt Brothers take a nasty tumble, the Wild Kratts set off on a mission to find and recreate one of the greatest of all biotech engineering secrets: spider silk.Science Concept: Biotechnology - Humans can develop new objects by taking cues from nature. 
May 21
8:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Size Me/Metal Detective It's hard being a little monkey in a big world. George tries to throw the Man with the Yellow Hat the perfect surprise party, but he orders a cake too big to fit in the freezer and he's too short to hang the decorations from the ceiling. George fantasizes about a life where everything is monkey-sized...where he could drive a monkey-sized car, order a monkey-sized cake, and even wear a monkey-sized yellow hat! But how would a monkey-sized party effect his regular sized guests? Educational Objectives: To use non-standard measuring devices (e.g., George's height and width of his arms) to measure the height and width of objects. To measure length or width, recognize that the units must be placed end-to-end, without leaving any gaps, and without overlapping, when lining up standard or non-standard units. To compare and order a set of measurements by size (e.g. the size of the ladders lined up by height).There's no better way to spend a sunny afternoon than playing with your favorite robot on the beach. But when a sudden rainstorm has George and the Man with the Yellow Hat running for shelter, George is upset to learn that he left his robot resting in the sand. With Professor Wiseman's help, George makes a homemade metal detector to help him find his buried metal friend. Can a monkey rescue a robot using an alarm clock, tape, and a calculator? Educational Objective: To reinforce the concept materials can be influenced by the weather. To demonstrate how following directions help people learn how things work. 
May 21
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. 
May 21
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Roxanne Problem/The Girl Group Problem The Roxanne Problem - Pirate Island. Cat longs to impress the savvy Roxanne with his knowledge of solid shapes. So he moves his lips as his hidden friend Peg speaks for him. Primary Content: Recognizing solid shapes: rectangular prisms, pyramids, cylinders, spheresSecondary Content: Counting by twos to 20The Girl Group Problem - Prehistoric Valley. Peg's girl group the Pentagirls has its biggest show ever, featuring a new hit song about flips, slides, and turns. Primary Content: Flips, slides and turnsSecondary Content: 2D shapes 
May 21
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train One Big Dinosaur/Play Date with Annie "One Big Dinosaur" Tiny and Buddy visit a dinosaur family called Argentinosaurus, some of the biggest land creatures ever! The kids find out there are great things about being really big, and that it's also great being their own size. "Play Date with Annie"Buddy is excited that his friend Annie Tyrannosaurus is coming to the Pteranodon nest to visit and play with them. After Tiny feels left out, Buddy and Annie show her that they can all be friends! 
May 21
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 
May 21
11:00 AM
Creative Living Marisa Pawelko and Curt Jaynes Marisa Pawelko will give a rundown on what Vertigo is and how the optical effects are achieved. She'll show samples of what it can be used for and show how to create custom designs with Vertigo and Tsukineko Inks. She is the spokesperson for Imagine Crafts & Tsukineko Inks. As a registered dietitian, Pat Baird says that people always ask her how they can feel better and lose weight. They're often surprised by her answer. She'll discuss her four top tips, and she says that real weight loss comes from a real plan. Curt Jaynes owns and operates GardenSource Nursery & Landscaping, and he's going to talk about how to grow pumpkins and gourds and share some usage tips as well as tell how to identify the various products. 
May 21
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilt with Carefree Curves, Part Make traditional to super-sized quilt blocks with easy carefree curves.Tedious quilting methods are a thing of the past! Nancy gives a facelift to timely quilt block designs such as Hearts and Gizzards, Fan, and Wagon Wheel. Learn unconventional yet simple techniques for quilting curves, plus options for making big, dynamic quilt blocks. 
May 21
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 21
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Jeffrey Bennett - What is Relativity? An intuitive introduction to Einstein's ideas, and why they matter. 
May 21
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." 
May 21
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 Carolyn Johnson who cooks up two delicious apple-inspired dishes. 
May 21
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
May 21
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School On the Bone The most flavorful, tender cuts of meat are often cooked on the bone. In this episode, Martha shares techniques — braising, searing, slow-roasting and grilling — in four different recipes featuring bone-in cuts: sumptuous oxtail, meaty slow-roasted beef ribs, envy-inducing cowboy steak and Korean short-rib kebabs. 
May 21
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!!! 
May 21
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Summer on a Plate In the Eastern Norway seaport of Hvaler, Andreas makes several coastal delicacies, including blue mussels grilled with fresh herbs and flatfish in a nutty butter sauce. As a main course, Andreas oven-roasts a chicken and tops off the meal with a milkshake using the season's first strawberries. 
May 21
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. 
May 21
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 21
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 21
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 21
6:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 21
7:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Charleston, Hour 1 In Charleston, West Virginia, new appraisals include an archive of the Oak Ridge Journal, the newspaper for a town created for the Manhattan Project; a Pete Seeger autographed sign relating to the Peekskill riots of 1949; and an 1854 Edward Beyer panoramic oil painting that features Charleston before West Virginia separated from Virginia. Tune in to find out which appraisal is valued at $250,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kevin Zavian visit the Beckley Exhibition Mine to bust some popular diamond myths. 
May 21
8:00 PM
NOVA Lethal Seas Marine scientists across the world are hunting for clues to one of the greatest environmental catastrophes facing our planet today: ocean acidification. For years we've known the ocean absorbs about a quarter of the carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. But as carbon emissions continue to rise, seawater chemistry is changing, and the ocean's acidity is increasing. As a result, many marine animals struggle to form the skeletons and shells vital for their survival. From the planet's poles to the tropics, thousands of species are in danger. NOVA takes viewers to the front lines of this burgeoning crisis. At Oregon's Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery, we see where an entire batch of 100 million oyster larvae died within days. On the other side of the world, nestled among the volcanic islands of Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, a striking coral garden may be being poisoned by a stream of carbon dioxide bubbles erupting from cracks in the ocean floor. Is this a vision of the future? How will the ocean's incredible creatures adapt and evolve in the face of this challenge? NOVA joins scientists from around the world as they race to save our oceans from an uncertain fate. 
May 21
9:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Trouble with Chicken FRONTLINE investigates the spread of dangerous pathogens in our meat — particularly poultry — and why the food-safety system isn't stopping the threat. Focusing on an outbreak of salmonella Heidelberg at one of the nation's largest poultry processors, the film shows how contaminants are evading regulators and causing more severe illnesses at a time when Americans are consuming more chicken than ever. 
May 21
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." 
May 21
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
May 21
11:00 PM
Death and Politics at Attica Forty years after the bloodiest one-day encounter between Americans since the Civil War, the dead remain buried along with the truth. Until now. Based on interviews with eyewitnesses who just now are telling their stories, as well as access to newly discovered documents, the film sheds new light on exactly what happened at Attica between September 9-13, 1971. Criminal Injustice raises compelling new questions about the 39 deaths at Attica, White House involvement, and the corrupting influence of Nelson Rockefeller's political aspirations before, during, and long after the deadly retaking of the prison. Former hostage Michael Smith said that "the cover up started as soon as the shooting stopped." This film reveals that the truth actually may have been concealed long before that. 
May 22
12:00 AM
Chef Driven Soul Food in Denver? Frank Bonanno takes a pulse on Denver's soul food scene, unsure of whether one exists. To answer the question, he enlists soul food scholar and Denver resident Adrien Miller, who takes him to CoraFaye's Café, one of his favorite soul food restaurants. Frank visits his restaurant Lou's Food Bar, where chef Johnny DePierro is developing a recipe for one of Frank's favorite southern dishes - Nashville-stlye hot chicken. Together, Frank and Johnny make a spicy fried chicken dinner. Feeling inspired by CoraFaye's and Lou's, Frank shows how the home chef can make a traditional soul food dinner. Frank makes fried catfish for his family and enjoys dinner outside on a beautiful late summer evening. 
May 22
12:30 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Pig Explore David Chang's relationship to the pig. He travels to San Sebastian to discuss pork bushi, prepares pork belly and tonkotsu, and visits Montreal with comedian Aziz Ansari for Wilensky's fried bologna sandwich. 
May 22
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 Carolyn Johnson who cooks up two delicious apple-inspired dishes. 
May 22
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
May 22
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School On the Bone The most flavorful, tender cuts of meat are often cooked on the bone. In this episode, Martha shares techniques — braising, searing, slow-roasting and grilling — in four different recipes featuring bone-in cuts: sumptuous oxtail, meaty slow-roasted beef ribs, envy-inducing cowboy steak and Korean short-rib kebabs. 
May 22
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!!! 
May 22
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Summer on a Plate In the Eastern Norway seaport of Hvaler, Andreas makes several coastal delicacies, including blue mussels grilled with fresh herbs and flatfish in a nutty butter sauce. As a main course, Andreas oven-roasts a chicken and tops off the meal with a milkshake using the season's first strawberries. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
4:00 AM
Creative Living Marisa Pawelko and Curt Jaynes Marisa Pawelko will give a rundown on what Vertigo is and how the optical effects are achieved. She'll show samples of what it can be used for and show how to create custom designs with Vertigo and Tsukineko Inks. She is the spokesperson for Imagine Crafts & Tsukineko Inks. As a registered dietitian, Pat Baird says that people always ask her how they can feel better and lose weight. They're often surprised by her answer. She'll discuss her four top tips, and she says that real weight loss comes from a real plan. Curt Jaynes owns and operates GardenSource Nursery & Landscaping, and he's going to talk about how to grow pumpkins and gourds and share some usage tips as well as tell how to identify the various products. 
May 22
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilt with Carefree Curves, Part Make traditional to super-sized quilt blocks with easy carefree curves.Tedious quilting methods are a thing of the past! Nancy gives a facelift to timely quilt block designs such as Hearts and Gizzards, Fan, and Wagon Wheel. Learn unconventional yet simple techniques for quilting curves, plus options for making big, dynamic quilt blocks. 
May 22
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 22
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Jeffrey Bennett - What is Relativity? An intuitive introduction to Einstein's ideas, and why they matter. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Cannonball 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. 
May 22
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 22
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 22
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Vestibular System Mary Ann challenges your vestibular system with a fun ball routine and other functional movements set to jazz music. 
May 22
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Shadow: The Black Jaguar Martin and Chris are trying to decide on their next wild cat adventure when they learn that Zach Varmitech has decided to "catnap" a Black Jaguar to use as a symbol for his new spybots.Science Concept: Genetics - dominant and recessive traits. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Jump!/Slow Down for Sloths Jump!Nick and Sally can't jump high enough to get their balloon that is stuck up in a tree. Good thing The Cat knows some of the best jumpers ever! Off they go to Jumpalaroo to learn how to jump from nature's masters: grasshoppers, a kangaroo, and even a flea! Educational Objective: Some creatures are big jumpers, but fleas don't have to be big in order to jump well.Slow Down for SlothsNick and Sally are trying to draw a picture of a butterfly but can't get close enough to see it. Cat takes them to meet Onslow the Sloth, who teaches the kids that when you slow down, the world comes to you. After lots of practice (and a race to see who's the slowest!), Nick and Sally are now able to get closer to the butterfly and finish their picture!Educational Objective: Sloths - A sloth is a creature that does everything slowly in order to conserve energy. 
May 22
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Magic Uke/The Rocking Out Problem The Magic Uke - Kingdom of Night/Kingdom of Day. Peg must trek through the Kingdom of Night to reach Cat. To cross the star-shaped steps, Peg needs to find lines of symmetry with the help of a magic ukulele. Primary Content: Understanding day and nightSecondary Content: Finding lines of symmetryThe Rocking Out Problem - Junk Yard. When Baby Fox makes a spectacular musical instrument out of junk, Peg and Cat get stuck in it! To get out they use up, down, around and 3/4 time. Primary Content: Up, down, over and aroundSecondary Content: Musical patterns 
May 22
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 3/Dinosaur Big City Part 4 Dinosaur Big City Part 3The Dinosaur Train arrives in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City, and Buddy and the Pteranodon family explore the crowded "dinosaur metropolis." At the Theropod Convention, our kids reunite with Annie Tyrannosaurus and her parents Dolores and Boris, and they all meet the multi-horned mayor, Mayor Kosmoceratops!Educational ObjectiveKosmoceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaurs which lived during the Late Cretaceous period on the island continent Laramidia that is now Utah, United States. Kosmoceratops is distinguished by an ornate skull - 15 horns - the most ornate of any known dinosaur.Dinosaur Big City Part 4Buddy and Tiny help King Cryolophosaurus overcome his fear of performing in front of his biggest audience ever, and he wows a large dinosaur audience when he sings his new song, "Whole Lotta Theropods" at the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City.Educational ObjectiveLaramidia, the island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two, was home to a very diverse number of dinosaur species, including many theropods. 
May 22
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Dirtballs SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
May 22
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Matanzas Waterfront Sarah takes an eco-tour in a kayak on the Matanzas River in St. John's County FL to see what the waterway and coastline have to offer. Inspired by the shoreline views and natural beauty of the area Roger paints a shoreline scene. 
May 22
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Crossing Pathways Quilt Through the stitches of Eleanor's life she has crossed many pathways. Stay on Eleanor's "light" path and visit friends along the way. 
May 22
12:00 PM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 22
12:30 PM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 22
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." 
May 22
1:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 22
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Separation Anxiety Owl and Mouse (New York University)In this wry tale that celebrates the art of stop-motion animation, a curmudgeonly owl must fight his nature when he has to watch over a young mouse for a night. Directed by Emma J. Noble.So You've Grown Attached (New York University)An imaginary friend is forced to consider retirement when his creator - and best friend - starts to grow up. Directed by Kate Tsang.Steadfast Stanley (California Institute of the Arts)A faithful dog must journey through the zombie apocalypse to save his best friend. Directed by John Kim.Fluffy the Flying Fish (School of Visual Arts)When they move from Los Angeles to Denver, a family has to decide how to transport their pet goldfish, Fluffy. Directed by Ryan Charmatz. 
May 22
2:30 PM
On Story  Austin Film Festival's ON STORY is a half-hour series that gives a behind the scenes look at the creative process of the country's most beloved movies and TV shows. The show is a mash-up of footage of screenwriter and filmmakers discussing their craft and films. Each episode is thematically paired with one or two short films, with an introduction from the film's writer or director.LA Times film critic Kenneth Turan says: ON STORY is film school in a box, a lifetime's worth of filmmaking knowledge squeezed into half-hour packages.  
May 22
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Todd English & Quick Pan Sauce On this episode of Simply Ming, we look at the key to infusing (sometimes boring) pasta noodles with maximum flavor. Pasta master Todd English whips up a creative quick pan sauce with lobster. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Pizza with a Twist!" Host Laura Theodore prepares variations on pizza. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Dr. Pam Popper. Perfect for a casual party, "Polenta Pizza" features a gluten-free crust topped with ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, artichoke hearts and classic Italian seasonings. Tantalizing "Tortilla Salad Pizza" boasts a crispy crust, lively greens and "Vegan Almond Parmesan." Part pizza, part tart, "Jazzy Pizza Tart" is topped with roasted veggies and baked to perfection. 
May 22
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 22
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other. 
May 22
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people. 
May 22
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. 
May 22
7:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment. 
May 22
7:30 PM
Arts in Context A Light in the Dark Clothing designer Gail Chovan examines transformative properties of all things black through her muse of an extraordinary, artful life.Produced locally and created by hand, Gail Chovan's rich, textural clothing challenges notions of traditional beauty. She examines the transformative properties of textiles and the relationship between the garment and the individual. Influenced more by her European-taught design aesthetic, Chovan stands alone in the Austin fashion world with her evocative, intriguing pieces. Photographer Denise Prince portrays the haunting stories of subjects brutal physical pasts. Her irony of high fashion on disabled models lets the audience wonder: what is body image? 
May 22
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 22
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program. 
May 22
9:00 PM
11th Hour, The Reverend Jerry Falwell 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. In this episode the late Rev. Jerry Falwell is featured. 
May 22
9:30 PM
Well Read Gretel Ghrlich / "Facing the Wave: A Journey in the Wake of a Tsunami" Gretel Ehrlich chronicles stories of devastation, heartbreak, and human resilience in Japan's 2011 tsunami. 
May 22
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." 
May 22
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. 
May 22
11:00 PM
We Served Too: The Story of the Women's Airforce Service Pilots WE SERVED TOO provides a first hand account from WASPs who tell their story and discuss their experiences during the three pivotal periods that make up the WASP history. WASP experts and family members also share their personal stories and expert knowledge. 
May 23
12:00 AM
Eagles of Mercy EAGLES OF MERCY recounts a seldom-told chapter in the World War II narrative, picking up in the opening moments of D-Day. In the early hours of June 6, 1944, two young American medics with the 101st Airborne "Screaming Eagles" parachuted into France, and soon found themselves trapped in a 12th-century Norman church in the small village of Angoville-au-Plain. Medics Robert Wright and Kenneth Moore provided first aid to the first casualties of D-Day while a savage battle raged outside between American and German forces. During the documentary, Wright and Moore recount the rigors of basic training, parachuting into Normandy ahead of the amphibious landing on Utah Beach, surviving German anti-aircraft artillery and carrying on their life-saving work even when their unit retreated. EAGLES OF MERCY supplements these compelling stories with newsreel footage, re-enactments and interviews with fellow medics and residents of Angoville. 
May 23
1:00 AM
Pacific Heartbeat The Illness & the Odyssey A cure for Alzheimer's. A Nobel Prize. An honored place in medical history. All of this hangs in the balance as scientists race to find the cure for a rare disease found on one remote Pacific island. The Illness & the Odyssey tells the story of a deadly, mind-wasting disease that could, potentially, hold the key to solving the riddle of so many other neurological nightmares. The film features the renowned neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks and as well as many other luminaries in the field of neuroscience. Based on the book "The Island of the Colorblind" by Dr. Sacks, the film traces the struggle to solve a medical mystery plaguing a native population living on Guam. 
May 23
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Todd English & Quick Pan Sauce On this episode of Simply Ming, we look at the key to infusing (sometimes boring) pasta noodles with maximum flavor. Pasta master Todd English whips up a creative quick pan sauce with lobster. 
May 23
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. 
May 23
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. 
May 23
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Pizza with a Twist!" Host Laura Theodore prepares variations on pizza. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Dr. Pam Popper. Perfect for a casual party, "Polenta Pizza" features a gluten-free crust topped with ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, artichoke hearts and classic Italian seasonings. Tantalizing "Tortilla Salad Pizza" boasts a crispy crust, lively greens and "Vegan Almond Parmesan." Part pizza, part tart, "Jazzy Pizza Tart" is topped with roasted veggies and baked to perfection. 
May 23
4:00 AM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day. 
May 23
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Crossing Pathways Quilt Through the stitches of Eleanor's life she has crossed many pathways. Stay on Eleanor's "light" path and visit friends along the way. 
May 23
5:00 AM
Asia Insight  Asia Insight looks at the realities of Asia today. The documentary series, produced by Japan's national public broadcaster NHK, presents the region both as an ever-evolving and globally relevant center of growth and as the home of traditional cultures often at odds with encroaching globalization. Asia Insight investigates these themes, and many others, with in-depth, behind-the-scenes analysis. 
May 23
5:30 AM
Out of Ireland  OUT OF IRELAND, based in New York, is a weekly half-hour television show created for the large Irish-American and Irish born populations living in the United States. OUT OF IRELAND is a news, culture and entertainment program presenting the best of modern Ireland in a magazine format. Every week the program features highlights of the news from Ireland's national broadcasting service, RTÉ. The show also includes interviews with Irish and Irish-American celebrities and politicians and showcases Irish music and entertainment. 
May 23
6:00 AM
Caillou Lost And Found A day of new discoveries! Caillou loses his voice, finds a frog in his throat, and finds other neat ways to communicate, until the frog goes away. Later on, Caillou is missing one of his favorite socks. He searches the house, and accidentally locks himself in the basement. Daddy comes to the rescue - only he locks himself in the basement too. All is well when Mommy saves them both and finds the missing sock. Then, Caillou, Rosie and Julie, their babysitter, go on a scavenger hunt. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn the many ways that pre-schoolers can show their competence: by being a compliant patient (when a sore throat strikes); a finder of lost items; a cleaner-up of messes; a learner of new skills. Sharp eyes, careful thinking and practice all help. 
May 23
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Following Clues - Part 1 Educational Objective: Learn the importance of context cluesScrambler and the Clue The pillars at Fixham Museum need to be replaced. The museum's curator, David Mockney asks Bob and the team to help with the repairs. Mr. Mockney explains that Fixham was built years ago by Brickbeard the Pirate and legend tells of him burying a Golden Hammer.Scrambler believes the Golden Hammer is hidden in a red box. Spud and Scrambler think it would be great to find the Golden Hammer and give it to Bob as a gift! Lofty drops Spud down the chimney to look for the key but Spud crashes through the roof! After apologizing to Bob, Spud shows Scrambler the key he found when he fell through the roof. The key unlocks the red box and there is a piece of paper with a picture of a bear inside. Perhaps, this clue will lead them to the Golden Hammer.Lofty and the Teddy Bear Rescue Bob and the team are helping Toyshop owner Mrs. Toosey build a new window for her shop. Spud and Scrambler are using the picture of the bear to continue their search for the Golden Hammer. At the toyshop, Lofty sees a box of teddy bears and decides to move them out of the way. Meanwhile, foxes follow him to the hiding place in the woods.Mrs. Toosey explains to Spud and Scrambler that she has teddy bears in her shop, but Lofty has moved them to keep them safe. With help from Bob and the team, they finally locate the teddy bears in the foxes' den. Back at the Toyshop, Spud sees a teddy sitting on a red box! Scrambler and Spud open the box and find another clue - a picture of a dragon. The search for the Golden Hammer continues! 
May 23
7:00 AM
Curious George Big, Bad Hundley/George's Simple Siphon When Hundley notices a big dog named Goliath helping the Doorman in the lobby, he wishes he were taller. George and Marco try to help the dachshund by giving him stilts, platform shoes, and even a fun house mirror to makes Hundley look big. But nothing cheers Hundley up until he figures out that good things come in all sizes! / On the first hot day of summer, George, Bill and Allie decide to take a dip in Bill's pool only to discover that the pool is filled with algae! Even oars, rubber boots, pots, pans, and yellow rain hats won't empty the green water. Hot and tired, George gets a refreshing idea while sipping lemonade from his super long straw. Simple siphon to the rescue! 
May 23
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Long Winter's Nap/The Tree Doctor A Long Winter's NapSally and Nick are so excited to go ice skating tomorrow, that they can't fall asleep! Cat's friend Boris the Bear can help! Off they go to the Gleep-sneep Woods to learn how Boris gets ready to take his long winter's nap. Back at home, Nick and Sally follow Boris' advice, and, with the help of a bedtime story from Cat, they quickly fall asleep.Educational Objective: Hibernation - how black bears prepare for spending the winter months in a deep sleep.The Tree DoctorSally's little maple sapling hasn't grown any bigger! To discover why, The Cat in the Hat takes the kids to meet Dr. Twiggles. With the help of the doctor and his songs, Nick and Sally discover how trees "eat" - through their leaves and roots. They also learn that trees grow verrrry slowly. A few more years and their maple sapling will grow into a maple tree!Educational Objective: Tree Roots and Leaves - How roots and leaves provide nourishment for the trees - roots suck up water and leaves absorb the sunlight. From tiny seeds large trees grow, but they grow very slowly. 
May 23
8:00 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 
May 23
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Laura the Giganotosaurus/Dinosaur Poop! "Laura the Giganotosaurus"Buddy spends time with Laura Giganotosaurus, a large dinosaur who always rides the Dinosaur Train and, like Buddy, is a three-toed theropod! Buddy also discovers that Laura is an avid bird-watcher. "Dinosaur Poop!"Buddy and Tiny learn that all creatures poop, even really big dinosaurs. 
May 23
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Please be Patient Thomas the Quarry Engine / Duck in the WaterThomas the Quarry EngineWhen Thomas and Diesel are sent to collect trucks from the Ffarquhar Quarry, they argue about who should be the back engine. Diesel suggests he take the trucks with Mavis, leaving Thomas to look after the quarry until they get back. When they don't come back, Thomas gets fed up and decides to take another load of troublesome trucks on his own--and then there really is trouble! Educational Objectives: cooperation, expressing kindness, learning to be patient, telling the truth, apologizing Duck in The WaterWhen Duck gets stuck on some flooded tracks, James is sent to fetch Rocky to rescue him. But James doesn't wait for Rocky to secure his crane arm, and they end up knocking down a signal before they arrive at the accident site. Without a signal to warn them, the other engines don't stop. What began as one small accident for Duck soon escalates into a much bigger one, involving several other engines!Educational Objectives: following directions, listening carefully, learning to be patient, apologizing, taking responsibility for one's actions 
May 23
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and Alice's Big Night / Angelina and the Giant Angelina and Alice's Big NightAngelina is excited about performing in a recital with her class at Camembert and wants Alice to attend as her special guest - but Alice has an ice skating event at the ice rink on the very same night, and she wants Angelina to come to her performance as her special guest! They struggle with the dilemma and ultimately find a way to rush back and forth between the two events. After their success, they discover they have even more to celebrate - Alice will be attending Camembert Academy, and the girls will be classmates once again! Educational Objectives: • To introduce ice skating moves• To compare and contrast ballet and ice skating Angelina and the GiantAngelina and Alice have been given the task of designing the giant prop for Jackie and the Beanstalk. Angelina gets a bit carried away trying to make the biggest and best prop ever. But her plans and the "Giant" come crashing to the ground! When she clears up the mess, she discovers a much simpler and more effective way of making a big impact - and learns that mistakes often lead to creative solutions. Educational Objectives: • To illustrate the concept that music can help portray characters in stories• To introduce musical elements such as higher/lower, faster/slower, and heavier/lighter Camembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from Ballet Hispanico demonstrate a couple of simple dance steps, then perform a routine that combines hip hop and Latin dance moves. 
May 23
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty/Daniel Goes to the Potty Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty- Prince Wednesday is in the block corner at school building the 'tallest tower in the world!' Even though he needs to go to the bathroom, he doesn't want to stop what he is doing. He learns how important it is to stop and go right away. Daniel Goes to the Potty- Dad's trumpet is broken, so he takes Daniel along to Music Man Stan's Shop to get it fixed. While at the shop, Daniel needs to use the bathroom but thinks he will have to wait until they go home. Music Man Stan explains that everyone goes to the bathroom, and Daniel learns that he can use the bathroom there - or anywhere else in the neighborhood!This episode deals with toilet training and offers the strategy- When you have to go potty, STOP... and go right away. Flush, wash...and be on your way! 
May 23
10:30 AM
Super Why! Bedtime for Bear Baby Joy is afraid of the dark! To show her there's nothing to fear, Super Why and his literacy friends fly into Bedtime for Bear and meet Charlie - a bear who is scared of just about everything! The super readers shed a little light on the problem (literally) while Charlie discovers a bit more about the world outside his cozy cave.Educational Objectives: To experience a familiar bedtime routine. Preschoolers will practice the alphabet, rhyme with AR words, learn what the word "fireflies" means, and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 23
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS A Tight Squeeze / AVA Retires A Tight SqueezeAs Stardust Bay prepares to launch a Time Capsule into space, the students and teachers pick out their favorite items to include in the capsule's 25-year journey. Vulture's beloved Limburger cheese-flavored fuel bars, Starling's favorite "My Lunar Pony" TV episodes, and of some of Eagle's coveted unusual rock collection are just a few of the capsule's contents. Nostalgic to relive an old school tradition, the teachers and Vulture squeeze themselves into the crowded capsule, just for fun... when Dodo accidentally locks them all inside and triggers the capsule's take-off sequence! The Space Racers must work against the clock to try and free the trapped Academy staff from the capsule, before they're lost in space for 25 yearsAnimation 2: AVA RetiresThe Space Racers are exploring the Northern and Southern Lights, which are created through solar storms hitting the magnetic field of the Earth. But when AVA is unable to answer a simple technical question from the cadets ("Why there are more solar storms during the spring and fall?"), she shuts herself down to run a full self-diagnostic - leaving the Racers stranded without her guidance. In fact, without AVA all communications at Stardust Bay are also down. When she finally comes back online, Crane explains that we still don't know why there are more solar storms in spring and fall; it's not AVA's fault that she doesn't know. Will she accept this and go back online to guide the Racers home before they run out of fuel? 
May 23
11:30 AM
Odd Squad The Odd Antidote/The One that Got Away The Odd Antidote - When Ms. O has bizarre side effects after being sprayed by a weird plant, Olive and Otto must travel around town finding the correct measurements of the ingredients for the medicine to cure her, all while keeping Ms. O's condition a secret from her. Curriculum: Measurement; using standard measurements to compare capacityThe One that Got Away - The only thing that can bring Ms. O's old partner O'Donahue out of retirement is the very thing that put him there in the first place: a mysterious villain and a case that's gone unsolved for years. Curriculum: Number operations; comparing and ordering with greater than and less than 
May 23
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 23
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.  
May 23
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Athens, Texas Chet heads to East Texas to the town that invented the hamburger. He visits the Texas Freshwater Fishery Center holding multiple state record fish and placing over a million large mouth bass into Texas water every year. He finishes off the day zip lining through the pines and eating the tastiest pizza in town. 
May 23
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. 
May 23
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Taiwan -- The Culture of Tea Taiwan -- The Culture of Tea The mystery and majesty of tea is explored when Joseph spotlights the culture of this royal beverage on Taiwan. During this adventure he travels to Lujang to join in the creation of traditional tea snacks, visits an Assam tea farm in Nantou, participates in a formal tea ceremony in Tainan and tops it all off with a visit to the annual Lantern Festival in Chiayi. Along the way he meets the masters of Taiwan's pottery, tin-sculpting and lantern-making arts. 
May 23
2:30 PM
Journeys in Africa Safari 101 Journeys in Africa is an innovative travel series focusing on the African continent. It will highlight Africa's unique culture, history, architecture and wildlife. Bill Ball explores both small villages and giant metropolises to explain the diverse culture, the fascinating traditions and the wonderful people that make up Africa. 
May 23
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Kyoto, Japan The spiritual heart of Japan, Kyoto offers a glimpse of Japanese life as it used to be, primarily because it was never bombed during World War II. Tiny streets with wooden homes, impressive temples, and a dedication to ancient Japanese traditions make Kyoto one of Japan's most visited cities. We check into a ryokan, or Japanese inn, and talk with one of Japan's best-known designers of kimonos to learn why his craft is still thriving. Rudy invites viewers to join him at a tea ceremony and learns that the Japanese attention to detail even extends to incense that locals use for a variety of purposes. Experience the tranquility of not only a rock garden but also a moss garden, retreats that help lend this city in a valley its Zen-like peacefulness. 
May 23
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe England's Bath and York Medieval York and Georgian Bath—easy side-trips from London—pack an exciting pair sightseeing of punches. We'll explore Roman hot springs, cruise quiet canals, marvel at England's finest Gothic church, and get a surprising dose of Viking history as we enjoy England's easy urban delights. 
May 23
4:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation Breaking Out of the Comfort Zone Joined by the common desire to get out of their comfort zones, a new team of Roadtrippers embarks on a cross-country journey to interview innovative Leaders who can provide insight on building a fulfilling life. Roadtripper Jackie has just earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry at the University of Texas, and left her home in Mexico to do so. With her family's high hopes hinging on her success, she seeks to find a balance between her academic demands and outside interests. Recent-grad Megan has always wanted to become a teacher, but feels she must break out of her insulated surroundings to determine whether that dream is still right for her. Zachariah, an animated student at Ohio State, seeks to channel his many interests into one concrete path. After meeting each other (and their 36-foot home-on-wheels), the crew hits the beach to interview Dr. Graeme Rae, the Chief Scientist for Surfline.com, who discusses leaving the world of academia to help surfers score waves. 
May 23
4:30 PM
CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER CURIOUS TRAVELER takes viewers on an enriching and entertaining "field trip for grown-ups" to some of the most intriguing cities in the world like London, Paris and Rome. In each location, charismatic host Christine van Blokland explores its fine art, distinctive architecture and hidden histories. Each episode begins with Christine's list of "Curious Questions": Is the Mona Lisa really a prostitute? Is the Eiffel Tower really Egyptian? Why are there acorns all through Grand Central Terminal? Daytime Emmy- and Telly-winning travel, arts and entertainment journalist Christine Van Blokland brings her passion and genuine curiosity for the arts, quirky characters, storytelling, lifelong learning and travel to this new series. 
May 23
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 7 The store takes a big gamble. Victor hits on a survival strategy. Gordon and Grace test the waters. And Grove snaps out of it. 
May 23
6:00 PM
Jewel in the Crown; The The Bibighar Gardens Daphne and Hari draw closer together. After an assignation with him in the Bibighar Gardens, on a night of rioting and protest, she returns home, claiming she's been raped. On flimsy evidence, Merrick arrests Hari. 
May 23
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits The Black Keys/J Roddy Walston & The Business The best contemporary rock hits the ACL stage with The Black Keys and J. Roddy Walston & The Business. The Black Keys play hits from their #1 album Turn Blue, while Walston and his trio highlight their record Essential Tremors. 
May 23
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Jason Mraz Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live From The Artist's Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing" and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!,. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700-person crowd. 
May 23
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Fingers of the Sun Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by Fingers of the Sun. 
May 23
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 10: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Varlet, The Other Black, Anthony Ruptak and the Midnight Friends, Flashbulb Fires and Elin Palmer. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 23
10:00 PM
Now Playing Navy Navy takes the stage. 
May 23
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Shovels & Rope The duo that stole the show at last year's Americana Music Awards, Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent won Emerging Artist honors, as well as Song of the Year for "Birmingham." Featuring gut-sung lyrics hammered out on drums and one guitar like a two-stroke motor, the husband-and-wife duo mixes rowdy folk-rock with roots-basted ballads, sparking the buzz of the growing wave that is the Americana roots phenomenon. 
May 23
11:00 PM
Front And Center Zakk Wylde FRONT AND CENTER returns with a new season showcasing a mix of award-winning, multi-platinum-selling industry vets, and chart toppers. Expanding on the addition of country music artists in the series' fourth season, season five includes four CMA Songwriters Series episodes with some of the hottest names in the genre, taped at Marathon Music Works in Nashville. The artists in season five have collectively sold more than 20 million albums, won 12 CMA Awards, had 11 No. 1 albums and charted more than 30 No. 1 singles. Additional episodes were taped at the Brooklyn Bowl and the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. Season five includes eight new shows and two encore presentations from season two. 
May 24
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Jonathan Byrd Jonathan Byrd (born 1970, Fayetteville, North Carolina) is an American singer/songwriterbased in Carrboro, North Carolina. He is best known for his narrative tales oflove, life, and death in America. In 2003, he was among the winners of the New Folkcompetition at the Kerrville Folk Festival. He set a record for CD sales at the festival thatyear, making more sales than the main stage acts. His song, "The Ballad of Larry" hasbeen listed a "Top Rated Song" by Americana-UK. He primarily performs solo andaccompanies himself in a variety of traditional acoustic guitar styles. His recordingshave featured a variety of instrumental ensembles and typically include one or moreinstrumental tracks that feature Byrd's skillful flatpicking technique. Occasionally he alsoappears with the Athens, Georgia based world music duo, Dromedary. 
May 24
12:30 AM
Music Voyager  The music-based travel series MUSIC VOYAGER invites viewers to discover the exciting sounds of the planet. The ten episode series providse a snapshot of the current global music landscape, delve into the rich history and surroundings that inspire new sounds, and offer deep insights into the soul of a destination. In each episode, ethno-musicologist and world music record producer Jacob Edgar embarks on a quest to find the world's best songs and meet the personalities behind them. With local musicians as his guide, Edgar receives a backstage pass to trendy nightclubs, international festivals, and recording studio jam sessions. Along the way he visits rollicking rehearsal rooms, samples exotic local cuisine, explores off-the-beaten path attractions and parties the night away at hidden venues only the locals know. 
May 24
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Ian Cooke Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the CPT12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features a performance by Ian Cooke. 
May 24
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 11: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Ark Life, Science Partner, Patrick Dethlefs, Rubedo, Esme Patterson and Steele & Colfax. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
May 24
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits The Black Keys/J Roddy Walston & The Business The best contemporary rock hits the ACL stage with The Black Keys and J. Roddy Walston & The Business. The Black Keys play hits from their #1 album Turn Blue, while Walston and his trio highlight their record Essential Tremors. 
May 24
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Jason Mraz Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live From The Artist's Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing" and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!,. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700-person crowd. 
May 24
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live The Bacon Brothers The Bacon Brothers may be the best kept secret of the music industry. Michael Bacon is an accomplished cellist and guitarist, as well as an award-winning composer for both film and television. Kevin Bacon - one of the most prolific screen actors of his generation and a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award winner - is also a talented singer and songwriter. The duo's eclectic sound combines their unique talents in a way that keeps their fans coming back for more year after year. As Kevin explains it, "When we were just starting out, people would say 'what kind of music do you play?' And the answer was 'well, it's folk/rock/soul/country.' We shortened it to 'forosoco' and then titled our first album Forosoco." Michael then chimes in sarcastically, "It was a great idea. We named our first album Forosoco and nobody could pronounce it. Wasn't probably the best marketing tool."Born into a household alive with arts and music, Kevin and Michael have played music together since they were boys, but only formed their band in 1994 for a charity event in their hometown of Philadelphia. The collaboration worked so well, the brothers hit the road whenever their busy schedules would allow. Soon they produced a collection of finely tuned albums with crowd-pleasing appeal, including Forosoco in 1997, Getting There in 1999, 2001's Can't Complain, as well as some live and 'best of' compilations. Song List"Get a Little""493""Paris""Kikko's Song""Grace""Tape It Up""New England Girls""36 Cents""Go My Way (The iPod Song)""New Year's Day""I'm So Glad I'm Not Married""Giving It Up For Your Love" 
May 24
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass The Sena Ehrhardt Band Sizzling blues from newcomer Sena Ehrhardt. 
May 24
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews. 
May 24
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith. 
May 24
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.  
May 24
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.  
May 24
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Puzzle Problem/The Scrap of Map Problem The Pirate Puzzle Problem - The Pirate Ship. Peg and Cat must help the pirates put together a puzzle, and then the four sections of their sinking ship. Primary Content: Composing and decomposing puzzlesSecondary Content: Recognizing the attributes of shapesThe Scrap of Map Problem - Pirate Island. When the Pirates' treasure map is torn and carried off by the wind, Peg and Cat and friends from far and wide put their scraps of map together to find the treasure.Primary Content: Working together to solve a problem, one-to-one countingSecondary Content: Using a map, fair sharing 
May 24
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Fast Friends/T. rex Teeth "Fast Friends"Buddy, Tiny, and Mom ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Oren and Ollie Ornithomimus, some of the fastest dinosaurs ever! Our kids love meeting the fast-moving and fast-talking twins. "T. rex Teeth" When Buddy loses a tooth, Mom takes him to Rexville to ask his Tyrannosaurus friends all about T. rex teeth. They explain that he'll grow new teeth to replace the old ones. 
May 24
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Waits for Show and Tell/A Night out at the Restaurant Daniel Waits for Show and Tell- Daniel is so excited to share a book he made with his class at 'show and tell,' but he's finding it very difficult to wait. Singing on Trolley, playing during science time and imagining help to make waiting much easier.A Night Out at the Restaurant- Daniel and his family are going out to dinner, and Katerina is coming too. Daniel and Katerina have a hard time waiting at the restaurant, but soon learn ways to make the waiting time easier... and even fun! This episode deals with waiting and offers the strategy- When you wait, you can play, sing, or imagine anything! 
May 24
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Gingerbread Boy The Gingerbread Boy - Run, run as fast as you can! As Pig zooms through the playground at top speeds, he can't figure out why Poppa Pig keeps telling him to slow down! The Super Readers fly into the story of The Gingerbread Boy and set off on a mad dash after the speedy little cookie! Will the Super Readers be able to keep the Gingerbread Boy safe, or is their plan half baked?Educational Objectives: To learn about safety, sing the entire alphabet, identify the letters H, O, U, S, E, rhyme with 'ox' words and use the power to read to change the story and save the day! 
May 24
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Amazing Lungs Sid races around his room and finds himself breathing really fast. Sid then wonders where all the air is going in his body when he breathes in? At school, Sid and his friends discover that our bodies have lungs to help us breathe in oxygen! 
May 24
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Termites vs. Tongues When Aviva and Koki accidentally miniaturize themselves and get carried away by termites, Martin and Chris must split up to search for them.Science Concept: Predator/Prey relationship. 
May 24
11:00 AM
Arthur The Director's Cut/Crime and Consequences The Director's Cut - After meeting his hero, Hollywood director Tufton Sinclair, George is inspired to make a movie of his own. He enlists his friends as crew and Muffy as his producer. Problem is, everyone wants to be the director! Will George stand his ground or is his budding film career a flop? Educational Objective: George learns to stand up for his artistic vision. Crime and Consequences - When George accidentally breaks the class's prize woodworking project, Binky gets unfairly blamed. Will George come clean to Principal Haney? Or will he let Binky take the fall?Educational Objective: George learns the importance of being honest and accepting responsibility. 
May 24
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks My Mother the Dog/Martha's Must-Have My Mother the DogInspired by Ronald's parrot, Martha starts doing impersonations. It turns out her imitation of Helen's mom is spot-on. But when she starts answering phone calls in Mariella's voice, she gets a bit more than she bargained for... Martha's Must-HaveWhen Martha finds out that wearing a Courageous Collie Carlo Collar makes people give you food, she has to have one. Ignoring Helen's claims that the product isn't as magical as it seems, Martha sets out to earn some cash for the collar. 
May 24
12:00 PM
This Old House The Veteran's Special House Project Kevin meets Mike Duckett in New Hampshire to see the plans for the DeWitt family's specially adapted home from HFOT. Norm, Tom and Kevin join builder Ken Dionne and his team to help with framing the exterior walls. Kevin then travels to Florida to meet Justin Gaertner, another veteran who also received a HFOT home. Kevin rejoins the project in New Hampshire and finds that all the exterior walls are secured and the truss roof is going up. 
May 24
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House Electrical Vehicle Charger Install, Kitchen Sink Install Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner install an electric vehicle charger next to his house. The guys ask, "What is it?" Then, Richard helps a homeowner install a new kitchen sink. 
May 24
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Granite Explore the varieties of granite as Dean and Miriam outfit the new home with countertops. 
May 24
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Growing our own food lets us know what is in it because we control what goes into the food we grow ourselves. Carve out a space in your garden; you'll be surprised at how much you can grow. It not only is gratifying, it's healthy. Join us as we GardenSMART with vegetables. 
May 24
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. 
May 24
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
May 24
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers 522: Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers (encore episode from previous season)"Green Acres is the place to be; farm living is the life for me." You might remember the jingle to the opening of the popular series, Green Acres from decades ago. But today, the same desire is alive and well and spawning "Organic Farm Schools" all over the country. In this fun episode, the whole crew enrolls for a week in a New England farm school to learn all they can while there. The cameras are rolling to show the reality side of organic farm living with our mostly city-slicker crew. 
May 24
3:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING Harlem, NY: Chefs Marcus Samuelsson and Jonathan Waxman Pete is joined by two legendary New York chefs to highlight diverse local flavors, after they gather fresh ingredients from the Harlem Farmer's Market. Pete also heads down to Brooklyn to gather pickles from the Brooklyn Brine Company. 
May 24
4:00 PM
WHY NOT US? Roadtrip Nation's WHY NOT US? is a documentary about a five-week national road trip, dubbed the "First-Gen Roadtrip" in which four first generation college students from around the country interviewed diverse leaders, many of whom were also the first in their families to receive a college degree. The student "roadtrippers" - Jennifer Rogers of Vancleave, Mississippi; Johnathan Allen from Winter Haven, Florida; Jasmine Johnson, a resident of Effingham, South Carolina; and Felipe Hernandez, from Paramount, California - flew into California to begin the adventure on Roadtrip Nation's iconic RV, most embarking on an airplane for the very first time. A broad range of leaders from around the country and all walks of life met with the students and shared personal insight and inspiration, pushing them to continue with their academic and professional goals. Several of the leaders included: Randall L. Stephenson, CEO of AT&T, David Lopez, Executive Director of Teach for America, Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, and Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. Singer/songwriter John Legend met with the students in New York, and emphasized the importance of never giving up, "Persistence and grit. Don't let the challenges that you face deter you from reaching your goals." 
May 24
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Charleston, Hour 1 In Charleston, West Virginia, new appraisals include an archive of the Oak Ridge Journal, the newspaper for a town created for the Manhattan Project; a Pete Seeger autographed sign relating to the Peekskill riots of 1949; and an 1854 Edward Beyer panoramic oil painting that features Charleston before West Virginia separated from Virginia. Tune in to find out which appraisal is valued at $250,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Kevin Zavian visit the Beckley Exhibition Mine to bust some popular diamond myths. 
May 24
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Trouble with Chicken FRONTLINE investigates the spread of dangerous pathogens in our meat — particularly poultry — and why the food-safety system isn't stopping the threat. Focusing on an outbreak of salmonella Heidelberg at one of the nation's largest poultry processors, the film shows how contaminants are evading regulators and causing more severe illnesses at a time when Americans are consuming more chicken than ever. 
May 24
7:00 PM
NOVA Lethal Seas Marine scientists across the world are hunting for clues to one of the greatest environmental catastrophes facing our planet today: ocean acidification. For years we've known the ocean absorbs about a quarter of the carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. But as carbon emissions continue to rise, seawater chemistry is changing, and the ocean's acidity is increasing. As a result, many marine animals struggle to form the skeletons and shells vital for their survival. From the planet's poles to the tropics, thousands of species are in danger. NOVA takes viewers to the front lines of this burgeoning crisis. At Oregon's Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery, we see where an entire batch of 100 million oyster larvae died within days. On the other side of the world, nestled among the volcanic islands of Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, a striking coral garden may be being poisoned by a stream of carbon dioxide bubbles erupting from cracks in the ocean floor. Is this a vision of the future? How will the ocean's incredible creatures adapt and evolve in the face of this challenge? NOVA joins scientists from around the world as they race to save our oceans from an uncertain fate. 
May 24
8:00 PM
POV When I Walk Jason DaSilva was 25 years old and a rising independent filmmaker when a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis changed everything — and inspired him to make another film. "When I Walk" is a candid and brave chronicle of one young man's struggle to adapt to the harsh realities of M.S. while holding on to his personal and creative life. With his body growing weaker, DaSilva's spirits, and his film, get a boost from his mother's tough love and the support of Alice Cook, who becomes his wife and filmmaking partner. The result is a life-affirming documentary filled with unexpected moments of joy and humor. Official Selection of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. A co-production of ITVS . 
May 24
9:30 PM
American Experience War of the Worlds On Sunday, October 30, 1938, the night before Halloween, millions of Americans gathered around their radios and heard a news bulletin about strange explosions on Mars, followed by other reports that led them to believe an alien invasion was in progress. Relive the thrill of Orson Welles' infamous radio dramatization of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds, 75 years after it set off one of the biggest mass hysteria events in U.S. history. The film examines the elements that made America ripe for the hoax: America's longtime fascination with life on Mars; the emergence of radio as a powerful new medium; the shocking Hindenburg explosion of 1937; and Welles himself, the 23-year-old wunderkind director of the drama and mischief-maker supreme. 
May 24
10:30 PM
Rivers & Rails: Daggers of the Civil War Tennessee prospered in the mid 19th century in large part as a result of the easy transportation the rivers and railways provided. However in 1861, those same rivers and rails that had transported prosperity to Tennessee and the South became lifelines for moving men, ammunition and supplies in a war that split the nation. Ultimately whoever controls the rivers and the rails in the Civil War wins the war. This explains why most of the battles in Tennessee took place near the state's rivers and railways. As a military strategy, it is straightforward and simple. But controlling the rivers and rails in the Civil War goes outside want to live in peace. 
May 24
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan 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. 
May 25
12:00 AM
This Old House The Veteran's Special House Project Kevin meets Mike Duckett in New Hampshire to see the plans for the DeWitt family's specially adapted home from HFOT. Norm, Tom and Kevin join builder Ken Dionne and his team to help with framing the exterior walls. Kevin then travels to Florida to meet Justin Gaertner, another veteran who also received a HFOT home. Kevin rejoins the project in New Hampshire and finds that all the exterior walls are secured and the truss roof is going up. 
May 25
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House Electrical Vehicle Charger Install, Kitchen Sink Install Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner install an electric vehicle charger next to his house. The guys ask, "What is it?" Then, Richard helps a homeowner install a new kitchen sink. 
May 25
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Granite Explore the varieties of granite as Dean and Miriam outfit the new home with countertops. 
May 25
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Growing our own food lets us know what is in it because we control what goes into the food we grow ourselves. Carve out a space in your garden; you'll be surprised at how much you can grow. It not only is gratifying, it's healthy. Join us as we GardenSMART with vegetables. 
May 25
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. 
May 25
2:30 AM
American Woodshop A Tool Bench for Every Home Small bench that stores amazing tools and stories. 
May 25
3:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
May 25
3:30 AM
Growing a Greener World Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers 522: Farm School - Learning to be Organic Farmers (encore episode from previous season)"Green Acres is the place to be; farm living is the life for me." You might remember the jingle to the opening of the popular series, Green Acres from decades ago. But today, the same desire is alive and well and spawning "Organic Farm Schools" all over the country. In this fun episode, the whole crew enrolls for a week in a New England farm school to learn all they can while there. The cameras are rolling to show the reality side of organic farm living with our mostly city-slicker crew. 
May 25
4:00 AM
Daytripper; The Athens, Texas Chet heads to East Texas to the town that invented the hamburger. He visits the Texas Freshwater Fishery Center holding multiple state record fish and placing over a million large mouth bass into Texas water every year. He finishes off the day zip lining through the pines and eating the tastiest pizza in town. 
May 25
4:30 AM
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. 
May 25
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles. 
May 25
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.  
May 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. 
May 25
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Side-Lying Stretch 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. 
May 25
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 25
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1973. Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate. 
May 25
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Breathing By toning and stretching muscles around the ribcage and practicing good breathing techniques viewers learn how to get the most out of each breath. 
May 25
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Seahorse Rodeo While exploring the world of the seahorse, Martin and Chris uncover a plot by Donita Donata to capture these amazing creatures and turn them into living jewelry.Science Concept: Scientific Classification (i.e. Seahorse are fish). 
May 25
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. 
May 25
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Chasing Rainbows/Follow the Prints Chasing RainbowsThe kids are painting a picture of a rainbow but can't remember all the colors to use. Luckily for them, Cat takes them to Color-ga-lore to meet King Kaleidoscope, an expert on rainbows! A musical number teaches them the proper color order, and a silly spray of water leads them to discover how to make their very own rainbow!Educational Objective: Rainbows - Sunlight, when shining on rain-water droplets, forms a rainbow. The colors of a rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, and they always appear in that order.Follow the PrintsNick and Sally are enjoying a backyard picnic when they discover their last strawberry has gone missing! Who could have taken it? Cat's friend Cluey Looey can help them! They head to Muddyfeet Waterhole where they learn about how different animals make different types of footprints. Back home, they follow the prints and discover their strawberry was taken by a squirrel! Luckily, the Cat has some more!Educational Objective: Animal Prints - all creatures leave some sort of print. Footprints match the size and shape of the creature's foot. You can tell the size of an animal by it's print; big animals leave big prints, little animals often leave little prints and heavy animals leave deep prints. 
May 25
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Allergy Problem/I Do What I Can: The Musical! The Allergy Problem - Peg's house/Inside a Whale. When Peg is told she's allergic to Cat, Cat leaves home! Ramone flies Peg around the world in his flying machine that runs on 100 pebbles, in search of her friend.Primary Content: The value of mistakes, adding to 5Secondary Content: Counting by tens to 100I Do What I Can: The Musical! - Radio City Music Hall. Peg and Cat present a Broadway musical about the amazing Ramone, who became a hero by doing 30 great things, 5 at a time.Primary Content: Counting to 30 by fivesSecondary Content: Counting to 30 by ones 
May 25
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! 
May 25
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Abby Schools in Cool Mando and Abby help Rosita, Elmo, and Telly see the value of being themselves and doing things that make them happy. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
May 25
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 2 Continuation from the under-painting, demonstrating cast shadows and developing an atmosphere using warm and cool colors together. Jerry shows how to interweave patches of snow through a layering progress of darks to light. Then uses script brush to build groups of weeds throughout the painting. 
May 25
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Oops--I dropped it! We've all accidentally dropped stitches before! On this episode we look at dropping stitches intentionally, and the fun design elements that can result in dropped stitches. Eunny begins with a tutorial on planning dropped stitches, what yarns are most appropriate for these projects and how to steam your dropped stitch designs. Eunny also demonstrates the wrap and drop stitch. Then, on Accessorize Me, guests Laura Bryant and Barry Klein discuss dropped stitch fashions, including a two-skein garter stitch scarf with dropped stitches. On Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny look at chained and constructed yarns - they swatch some constructed yarns so you can see what the end result looks like, as well as talk about the benefits. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on managing all your dropped stitches so they're neat and defined, and don't look like mistakes. 
May 25
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  Hosted by Dominic Dezzutti, Colorado Inside Out presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. To get "in the know" faster, watch it streamed LIVE Fridays at 12:15 on CPT12.org  
May 25
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program. 
May 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." 
May 25
2:00 PM
This Old House The Veteran's Special House Project Kevin meets Mike Duckett in New Hampshire to see the plans for the DeWitt family's specially adapted home from HFOT. Norm, Tom and Kevin join builder Ken Dionne and his team to help with framing the exterior walls. Kevin then travels to Florida to meet Justin Gaertner, another veteran who also received a HFOT home. Kevin rejoins the project in New Hampshire and finds that all the exterior walls are secured and the truss roof is going up. 
May 25
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House Electrical Vehicle Charger Install, Kitchen Sink Install Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner install an electric vehicle charger next to his house. The guys ask, "What is it?" Then, Richard helps a homeowner install a new kitchen sink. 
May 25
3:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen Just for the Halibut Lidia prepares Halibut Baked with Mushrooms in a lemon and white wine sauce, Savory Stuffed Peppers with capers and anchovies, and deliciously golden Anise Cookies for dessert. 
May 25
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Give Me Scallops! / Dammi Cappesante! Seafood Master Chef Jasper White weighs anchor in the Ciao Italia kitchen and delivers Mary Ann the biggest scallops ever seen to create his famous Jumbo Sea Scallops in Their Shells. Not to be outdone by Jasper's ocean-inspired creativity, Mary Ann brings the garden to the sea to create her equally famous Scallops with Spinach. 
May 25
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Summertime Desserts Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the best Summer Berry Trifle at home. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Fresh Peach Pie. 
May 25
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dressing Up Meat and Potatoes Test cook Julia Collin Davison revives a classic recipe, Holiday Strip Roast. next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of country ham. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make olive oil Potato Gratin. And finally, Chris teaches a cooking class all about olive oil. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 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. 
May 25
6:57 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane - Update  Catch the latest Arts & Culture updates with Host Eden Lane. 
May 25
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. 
May 25
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Episode 8 With Harry's future hanging in the balance, the store throws the sale to end all sales. Cupid also makes some final decisions. 
May 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." 
May 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. 
May 25
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. 
May 26
12:00 AM
We Served Too: The Story of the Women's Airforce Service Pilots WE SERVED TOO provides a first hand account from WASPs who tell their story and discuss their experiences during the three pivotal periods that make up the WASP history. WASP experts and family members also share their personal stories and expert knowledge. 
May 26
1:00 AM
This Old House The Veteran's Special House Project Kevin meets Mike Duckett in New Hampshire to see the plans for the DeWitt family's specially adapted home from HFOT. Norm, Tom and Kevin join builder Ken Dionne and his team to help with framing the exterior walls. Kevin then travels to Florida to meet Justin Gaertner, another veteran who also received a HFOT home. Kevin rejoins the project in New Hampshire and finds that all the exterior walls are secured and the truss roof is going up. 
May 26
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House Electrical Vehicle Charger Install, Kitchen Sink Install Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner install an electric vehicle charger next to his house. The guys ask, "What is it?" Then, Richard helps a homeowner install a new kitchen sink. 
May 26
2:00 AM
Lidia's Kitchen Just for the Halibut Lidia prepares Halibut Baked with Mushrooms in a lemon and white wine sauce, Savory Stuffed Peppers with capers and anchovies, and deliciously golden Anise Cookies for dessert. 
May 26
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Give Me Scallops! / Dammi Cappesante! Seafood Master Chef Jasper White weighs anchor in the Ciao Italia kitchen and delivers Mary Ann the biggest scallops ever seen to create his famous Jumbo Sea Scallops in Their Shells. Not to be outdone by Jasper's ocean-inspired creativity, Mary Ann brings the garden to the sea to create her equally famous Scallops with Spinach. 
May 26
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Summertime Desserts Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the best Summer Berry Trifle at home. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Fresh Peach Pie. 
May 26
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dressing Up Meat and Potatoes Test cook Julia Collin Davison revives a classic recipe, Holiday Strip Roast. next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of country ham. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make olive oil Potato Gratin. And finally, Chris teaches a cooking class all about olive oil. 
May 26
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 2 Continuation from the under-painting, demonstrating cast shadows and developing an atmosphere using warm and cool colors together. Jerry shows how to interweave patches of snow through a layering progress of darks to light. Then uses script brush to build groups of weeds throughout the painting. 
May 26
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Oops--I dropped it! We've all accidentally dropped stitches before! On this episode we look at dropping stitches intentionally, and the fun design elements that can result in dropped stitches. Eunny begins with a tutorial on planning dropped stitches, what yarns are most appropriate for these projects and how to steam your dropped stitch designs. Eunny also demonstrates the wrap and drop stitch. Then, on Accessorize Me, guests Laura Bryant and Barry Klein discuss dropped stitch fashions, including a two-skein garter stitch scarf with dropped stitches. On Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny look at chained and constructed yarns - they swatch some constructed yarns so you can see what the end result looks like, as well as talk about the benefits. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on managing all your dropped stitches so they're neat and defined, and don't look like mistakes. 
May 26
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
May 26
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's weekly globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face. 
May 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. 
May 26
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Tip-top Trio WAI LANA YOGA V (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. Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. In season five, the series devotes special episodes to pregnancy and post-partum health. Wai Lana demonstrates exercises designed to keep pregnant women feeling strong, flexible and calm throughout the labor and delivery process, and suggests ways to strengthen the abdominals, back, thighs and pelvic muscles after the baby arrives.