Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.2 - CPT12+ as of Mar 3, 2015 through Apr 3, 2015

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Mar 3
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Cleo Gets a Cone/A Job Well Read Cleo Gets A Cone - Clifford's Big Idea: Be Kind The dogs see another dog wearing a cone collar and Cleo and Mac make assumptions about the other dog's "weakness of character" (she should have been able to stop scratching!). However, a few days later, Cleo is forced to " walk a mile in her cone" when she herself can't stop scratching - and the experience teaches her compassion. A Job Well Read - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend Jetta volunteers to watch her baby brother Cosmo but finds him more energetic than she was expecting. With the help of her good friends Charley and Emily, she's convinced to try reading to the little guy - an activity that Cosmo really loves! 
Mar 3
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Aqua Frog While the Wild Kratts explore the life cycle of the Bull Frog, they uncover a plot by Zach Varmitech to destroy the frogs' habitat. With the help of some Wild Kratts kids, the team moves quickly to stop Zach.Science Concept: Amphibian Life Cycles. 
Mar 3
7:00 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. 
Mar 3
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 3
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 3
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 3
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 3
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stretch Your Legs Tight hamstrings make it harder to stretch forward fully. So make your hamstrings stretch like taffy with regular practice of today's asanas. 
Mar 3
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 3
10:00 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.  
Mar 3
10:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Walter Cohen In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews D. Walter Cohen, former Dean of Penn Dental Medicine and Chancellor Emeritus of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Cohen—a Philadelphia native with cosmopolitan reach (and no relation to the host)—is an expert on the life and work of Thomas Evans, a 19th-century "celebrity" dentist to European dignitaries. After recounting Evans' adventures, Cohen describes how his own story intersects—how he uncovered several long-forgotten and valuable works by the renowned French painter, Édouard Manet, which had been hidden away in Evans' collection. Cohen also discusses how his work as Dean of Penn Dental Medicine has helped to bridge cultural differences between Israeli dental students at Hebrew University and Palestinian dental students at Al-Quds University. This episode is wide-ranging—covering the maligned image of dentistry, the exciting story of a swashbuckling 19th-century dentist, and the potential for educational cooperation in the Middle East. Recorded at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, this episode features fascinating conversation in a striking gallery space. Join Paula Marantz Cohen, Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English and Program Host, as she talks with D. Walter Cohen in this episode of The Drexel InterView. 
Mar 3
11:00 AM
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. 
Mar 3
11:30 AM
Taste of History Benjamin Franklin - at Home in London Chef Staib visits London and the Benjamin Franklin House where Franklin lived as an ambassador to the colonies. Chef Staib cooks Ben Franklin's own recipes for lettuce and anchovy soup, stuffed lobster, venison loaf, succotash and parmesan cheesecake. 
Mar 3
12:00 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Sweets for the Sweet 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. 
Mar 3
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 3
1:00 PM
Caillou Sounds and Music! When Caillou visits Clementine, he is impressed to see Billy practicing on a Tuba. Soon, Billy's marching band mates arrive to practice. Clementine and Caillou wish they could join in too. They make their own pretend horns with cardboard tubes. Also, on a winter evening, a strange sound grabs Caillou's attention. He follows the sound to find out its source. Caillou continues his search and discovers Gilbert in his room, having a great time playing with a baby toy. Later, Caillou goes up to the attic with Mom and finds a box containing a teddy bear and a music box. Caillou and Rosie find a way to share these treasures. Caillou gets a special invitation to go to André's gym class. A little intimidated at first, Caillou tries his best and ends up having great fun. Caillou finds the leap-frog exercise difficult but he keeps trying and finally succeeds. Caillou learns to deal with a change in plans, when Daddy has to use the car and Mommy and Caillou have to take the subway. Caillou has fun checking out the map, getting tickets and listening to the musicians! In fact he has so much fun, he and Mom decide to take the subway home! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children are reminded to listen to the world around them and notice the different kinds of sounds...Music makers are cheerful to listen to, whether it's a marching band or a music box, or a drum beat or a guitarist in a subway. But a good listener notices all kinds of interesting sounds - squeaks and thumps and rattles and whooshes and tries to figure out what makes them. 
Mar 3
1:30 PM
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! 
Mar 3
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Dinos A to Z, Part 3, Classification/Dinos A to Z, Part 4, A to Z Picnic Dinos A to Z, Part 3, ClassificationThe Pteranodon family rides the Dinosaur Train - now with extra cars attached -- as it continues picking up more dinosaurs that are in the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song. The Pteranodon family reunites with some dinosaurs they've met before, and are introduced to species they've never met! The Pteranodon kids also learn about classification, and Don leads the way organizing the dinosaurs on the Train by their species, features, and size. Educational Objectives This episode stresses the idea of scientific classification - grouping diverse dinosaurs into categories by such specific things as species, features, size, time period they lived in, diet, etc. Dinos A to Z, Part 4, A to Z PicnicThe Pteranodon family is on the Dinosaur Train, now very crowded with all 26 dinosaurs mentioned in the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song. The Train has added more extra cars than it ever has, and there's even an additional engine to help pull the Train to Troodon Town. At Troodon Town, all the dinosaurs have fun at a picnic, and then Tiny leads the 26 different `A to Z' dinosaurs in a fun, rousing, and historic singing of the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song!Educational Objectives This episode emphasizes the great diversity among the dinosaurs in the Mesozoic Era, and how classification is used by scientists (and our series' kids). 
Mar 3
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Name That Sound/Fabulous Feathers Name That SoundSally and Nick are trying to stump each other by guessing the animal sounds they're making. The Cat stumps them both when he tries to make the sound of a cricket! But that didn't sound like a cricket. They all try but just can't figure out how a cricket makes its noise. Well Cat's friend Clarence the Cricket can surely show them! Off to the Grassy-Grove-Dell to meet him! He shows him his wings, one that is comb-like, the other a scraper, when he rubs them together, he makes his wonderful cricket noise. Back at home Nick and Sally find things around the house they can use to mimic Clarence - a deck of cards and a comb!Educational Objective: Male crickets make a chirping sound by scraping one pegged wing against the other wing, which is ridged. This is done so fast one doesn't hear the individual clicks but rather a trilling chirp which is why it is hard for us to copy. The sound is used to get the attention of other crickets either as a warning or for mating.Fabulous FeathersSally is playing dress-up, but her favorite hat no longer has any feathers on it. Where can they find more? The Cat's good friend Puranjay might be able to help! He's a peacock who lives in Feathery Flats, he has plenty of feathers! Sally collects the feathers that have fallen out of Puranjay and discover that each one has its own distinct job. But it's his tail feathers that are just jazzy and snazzy enough for her hat! They are the most fabulous feathers!Educational Objective: Feathers serve a variety of functions including flight, heat conservation, waterproofing, camouflage, and display. 
Mar 3
3:00 PM
Curious George Where's the Firedog?/Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye George's canine friend Blaze keeps running away from the firehouse. When Blaze winds up in the animal shelter, George and his firefighter friend Sam learn how to keep her safe by putting a tag on her collar, walking her on a leash, and making sure she's never lonely. Educational objective: To show that animal shelters are positive places. To teach ways to keep your pets safe by giving them ID tags and walking them on a leash. To educate viewers that animal shelters have smaller pets as well.Toots the blues-singing germ is back and the Man with the Yellow Hat has a cold. George chases Toots out of the Man but now the germ wants to spread to other people. Can George stop Toots before they catch the infectious tune?Educational objectives: To understand that germs cause illness. To learn that germs are spread by contact. To learn some ways of preventing the spread of germs. 
Mar 3
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Too Many Marthas/Too Much Martha Too Many Marthas When Martha is asked to sing at an animal rescue fundraiser, she's thrilled. But on the day of the concert, Martha gets mixed up with another Martha - a dog belonging to a lady named Jennifer (Jennifer Garner). Can Martha help Jennifer locate her missing pup before it's time to sing?Vocabulary: (E) number, diva, solo, aria, a cappellaToo Much Martha Martha's constant pursuit of snacks has added some extra pounds and the vet says she needs to lose some weight. The family resolves to help Martha control her portions and maintain a balanced diet, but when Martha learns what this means, she's pretty fed up. No more late-night pizza? Vocabulary: (E) weight, portion, restrict, nutrition, balanced diet 
Mar 3
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 3
4:30 PM
WordGirl Oh What a Tangled Rope You Tie, Amazing Rope Guy / Kids Action News "OH WHAT A TANGLED ROPE YOU TIE, AMAZING ROPE GUY"As a villain, the Amazing Rope Guy is not so amazing. He discovers that his true talent is mimicking others. When he goes on a crime spree impersonating all of the villains of the city WordGirl must find a way to end his career as an imposter.Vocabulary Words: Imposter, Untangle"KIDS ACTION NEWS"This just in: Becky, Scoops, and Violet won a chance to host Kids Action News at Noon. While covering a story of the largest grilled cheese sandwich, WordGirl swoops in to stop Chuck and Dr. Two Brains from snagging the sandwich. WordGirl and Captain Huggy Face team up again to save the sandwich, the city, and the news hour. Vocabulary Words: Tantalizing, United 
Mar 3
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Mar 3
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Let's Start with Soup Test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to making Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of wild rice. And finally, Chris goes into the kitchen with test cook Bryan Roof to learn how to make Creamy Cauliflower Soup at home. 
Mar 3
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great American Meat and Potatoes Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Atlanta Brisket. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of steak sauce. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make Roasted Salt-and-Vinegar Potatoes. 
Mar 3
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Food for a Viking Danish chef Claus Meyer joins Andreas in Ribe, the oldest town in Scandinavia. While in Denmark, Andreas and Claus prepare fresh oysters with herbs, an herbal yogurt smoothie with honey, a wholesome corn porridge dessert with fresh berries, and finally, a slow-roasted beef sirloin served with beans, nuts and thyme. 
Mar 3
7:00 PM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 3
7:30 PM
Life on the Line Armed for the Challenge The desire to overcome is at the core of everyone - especially those fighting disease, facing a natural disaster, coping with a disability or battling mental illness. LIFE ON THE LINE is an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind. 
Mar 3
8:00 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Fertility & Pregnancy in Women with Rheumatoid Arthritis The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 3
8:30 PM
Exploration Health Solving the Problem of Overactive Bladder From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind comes two more episodes of their new series. More episodes are expected in the future.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 3
9:00 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."  
Mar 3
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Is Death Final? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 3
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  Fast-paced and provocative, the award-winning SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. Season 11 covers timely and hotly debated topics, including PTSD, medical marijuana and Hepatitis C. A patient story provides the backbone of each episode as full-time medical practitioner Dr. Peter Salgo leads a panel of medical specialists through the twists and turns of one patient's real-life medical mystery. The physicians then share the most accurate, up-to-date and trustworthy health information and treatment options. 
Mar 3
11:00 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.  
Mar 4
12:00 AM
Sun Studio Sessions J.D. Mcpherson Originally from Broken Arrown, Oklahoma, J.D. McPherson is an artist to watch who has been featured on Conan O'Brien, NPR and Jay Leno's Tonight Show. J.D.'s sound harkens back to the early days of rock and roll and on this episode, he performs several of his signature tunes, including "Northside Gal." 
Mar 4
12:30 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Devon Allman Having a famous parent carries a lot of weight, but Devon Allman is busting out of his father Greg's shadow making his own mark on the blues rock scene. In this episode, Devon performs several of his signature songs including "Turn off the World." 
Mar 4
1:00 AM
Front And Center JJ Grey & Mofro FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Mar 4
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Rossonian / Hippie Man 2014   
Mar 4
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Andy Hamilton & The Whiskey Hitchers / Ken Arkind 2014 This week's amazing double header features the Whiskey Hitchers, the new, eagerly-anticipated alt-country band led by frontman and former Houses mastermind, Andy Hamilton; as well as the incomparable Ken Arkind, the American National Poetry Slam Champion. 
Mar 4
3:00 AM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 4
3:30 AM
Life on the Line Armed for the Challenge The desire to overcome is at the core of everyone - especially those fighting disease, facing a natural disaster, coping with a disability or battling mental illness. LIFE ON THE LINE is an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind. 
Mar 4
4:00 AM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Fertility & Pregnancy in Women with Rheumatoid Arthritis The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 4
4:30 AM
Healing Quest  Inner World With Michele Bernhardt: Intergenerational TraumasMichele explores a kind of trauma that could be affecting us without our even knowing it. And it's a behavior pattern we could be unwittingly passing on to our children. But she says the good news is that it's possible to heal this at any age.Animals and HealingWe survey some of American's leading emotional fitness experts about the role animals play in keeping us healthy in mind, body and spirit. Lemon/Chlorine Water TipIf you're one of those people who always puts a slice of lemon in your drinking water congratulations: you're doing a very smart thing. Water expert Leo Szymborski explains why.Healing Moment: Snowy MountainRelax with the unforgettable nature footage of acclaimed cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg. 
Mar 4
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 4
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog When I Grow Up/Not Now, I'm Busy When I Grow Up - Clifford's Big Idea: Be Respectful When Jetta hears that Charley wants to be a Martial Arts Master when he grows up, she gives him a hard time about it. But Jetta soon learns that everyone' s dreams are valuable and worthy. Not Now, I'm Busy - Clifford's Big Idea: Help Others Clifford, Cleo and T-Bone go to KC's house to visit him, but K.C. tells the gang he' s too busy to play and Cleo feels slighted. Later, when the dogs walk by K.C.'s house and see K.C.'s owner reading to him, Cleo's hurt is compounded. Eventually the dogs learn that K.C. is moving to the island to be an assistance dog. The dogs learn that even though sometimes friends aren't always available, they're still friends. 
Mar 4
6:30 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. 
Mar 4
7:00 AM
Arthur The Boy Who Cried Comet/Arthur And Los Vecinos Buster is convinced that he's seen real UFO's, and he uses Muffy's fancy new telescope to get the proof. What he discovers is much more terrifying-a comet hurtling directly toward earth! Can Buster convince his friends that this sighting is real in time for them to save the planet? Mr. Sipple from next door is moving away and Arthur wonders-who will be the new neighbors? When Alberto Molina and his family settle in, Arthur makes a new friend and learns about a different culture...and about a comic book character named Conejitos Mechanicos! (That's Spanish for Bionic Bunny) 
Mar 4
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 4
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 4
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 4
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 4
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Yoga At The Office Do you get tired and tense sitting at your computer? Wai Lana shows you simple exercises to wake up and release tension right at your desk. 
Mar 4
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 4
10:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 4
10:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 4
11:00 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. 
Mar 4
11:30 AM
Taste of History The Return of L' Hermione Chef Staib travels to the port of La Rochefort, France for the final phase of reconstruction of L'Hermione the frigate that brought the Marquis d' LaFayette to America.Chef Staib makes calf livers in calvados with apples, potato gratin, poached leeks in vinaigrette, dandelion salad with lardons, a salad of mussels, barley, artichokes and tomatoes and the famous "floating island" dessert. 
Mar 4
12:00 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Good Morning Fiesta 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. 
Mar 4
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 4
1:00 PM
Caillou I'm Learning Jonas, a friend of Dad's and a real cowboy, has invited the family to visit his ranch. Caillou learns a lot about horses, and he even gets to brush a pony named Lucky. When Dad's burning toast triggers the fire alarm, he decides it is the perfect opportunity to practice a fire drill. Caillou gets the family together to go over a basic evacuation plan, and happily spends the afternoon pretending to be a firefighter. Later, Caillou accompanies Mom to the grocery store and brings along some money from his piggybank. Caillou finds a way to spend his money: he gets his face painted by a lady at the store. Caillou and his Mommy are preparing a picnic lunch. Caillou would like to leave right away, but it's not lunchtime yet and Mom and Dad have other things to finish before they leave. To help Caillou wait, Dad gives him a small alarm clock and a special assignment: to let everybody know when it's noon. When Mr. Hinkle has a tree cut down, Caillou is afraid his swing tree is next! Dad decides to plant a new tree so it's a trip to the Nursery. Caillou learns about the differences between trees with needles and leaves. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children are reminded about all the opportunities for learning in family outings and everyday life: a trip to a ranch introduces the care and feeding of horses; learning about the care and feeding of trees can happen in their own back yard. It's in the kitchen that they learn the important steps to take when the smoke alarm goes off. A grocery shopping trip highlights how to be a helpful companion. And during a long tedious wait for an outing the time seems to go faster when they learn to use a timer. 
Mar 4
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Don't Forget the Leaves Everybody thinks flowers are special, but Sid wants to know: what makes leaves special? Sid and his friends investigate and discover that leaves are food for animals, they provide shade, and they help make nutrients so flowers and trees can grow! 
Mar 4
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train A Heck of a Neck/Gilbert Visits the Nest A Heck of a NeckThe Pteranodon kids have a Nature Trackers adventure when they meet Denise Diplodocus, a super-long, super big dinosaur. At first the kids mistake Denise's neck for a snake, and tail as a bridge. Later, Denise amazes the kids, telling them how hard it is for her to raise up her long, heavy neck. Shiny and the others help her raise her neck higher than normal just once, but it feels better for Denise to keep closer to the ground and low-lying trees. Educational Objectives Recent research suggests that the neck of the Diplodocus was composed of at least fifteen vertebrae and were generally held parallel to the ground and unable to have been elevated much past horizontal. This means that Diplodocus were restricted to foods within about 30 feet of the ground. Gilbert Visits the NestShiny is nervous about Gilbert's impending visit to Pteranodon Terrace. She goes into a cleaning frenzy, wanting everything to look perfect, and her siblings to act perfectly. When Gilbert arrives, everyone starts having fun except Shiny who feels ignored. Soon Gilbert and the other kids persuade Shiny to join them, and they all eat, play, and laugh together. Educational Objectives Sassafras is a tree that grows 30-59 feet tall, with many slender branches, and smooth, orange-brown bark. All parts of the tree are very fragrant. The young leaves and twigs produce a citrus-like scent when crushed. Sassafras trees can be found living today. The gastropod shell is a part of the body of a snail and is used for protection from predators. 
Mar 4
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Incredible Journey/Bamboozled Incredible JourneyNick and Sally are playing in their homemade Thingamajigger, when the Cat arrives to take them on a real adventure! Off they go to meet Salmon Sam, who is returning to the pool where she hatched so she can lay her eggs. With the help of the Subber-e-blubber, they follow Samantha on her incredible journey!Educational Objective: Salmon - Salmon make a long journey against all odds to return to the pool where they were hatched.BamboozledSally needs to find a gift for her stuffed Panda, Pammy. Who better to ask than a real Panda? The Cat takes them to meet Zhu Zhu, a giant panda who helps the kids to discover all the wonderful things you can do with bamboo. It's a perfect gift for Pammy the Panda!Educational Objective: Bamboo - Bamboo is an incredible plant (in fact a type of grass) and it can be used in an amazing number of different ways, from food to furniture! 
Mar 4
3:00 PM
Curious George Honey of a Monkey/Curious George's Egg Hunt George and Steve are in a sticky situation when they accidentally eat all of Betsy's honeycomb. Will their homemade beehive produce enough honeycomb in time for Betsy's Earth Day presentation? / George and Allie have discovered an egg in the grass with no nest in sight. Where is the egg's mother? They search high and low to find the right bird's nest but no egg will match. Could it be another kind of animal is inside the tiny round shell? 
Mar 4
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha Treads the Boards/ Martha's Pack Martha Treads the Boards Helen's mom and dad are starring in the community theater production, and Helen's the stage manager. Even Martha gets a part . . . as a bull. When the big night finally comes, Mom and Dad get trapped in their dressing room. The play must go on, but now the bull is the bullfighter and the bullfighter is . . . her sister? What will they do for an encore?Vocabulary(E) tradition, custom, culture, generation, annual(I) family, different, community, theater, marry(ied)Martha's Pack When Helen leaves Martha off her family tree, Martha decides to make her own pack. However, the call of the wild becomes the call of the can opener for her pack mates, and soon Martha is left alone at Doghead Lake, hunting for dinner. But can she really eat that poor wounded duck?Vocabulary(E) family tree, ancestors, descend(ant)(ed), pack, relatives/related(I) wolf, sister, brother, cousin, daughter 
Mar 4
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 4
4:30 PM
WordGirl Sonny Days with a Chance of Showers/Seymour...Right After This Sonny Days with a Chance of ShowersJust when meteorologist, Sonny Days, is about to deliver the eagerly-awaited forecast, The Birthday Girl kidnaps him demanding that he announce her birthday on TV. Will WordGirl be able to free Sonny from the clutches of The Birthday Girl? Is it possible that today could be her real birthday?Vocabulary Words: Precipitation, MeteorologistSeymour...Right After ThisWhen Seymour Smooth delays announcing his new show's winning ticket numbers, Becky gets suspicious. While the entire town is captivated by Seymour's exciting show, WordGirl must find a way to stop him and his evil band of robbers.Vocabulary Words: Delay, Captivated 
Mar 4
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Mar 4
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated It's Pasta Night! Test cook Becky Hayes reveals the secrets to Foolproof Spaghetti Carbonara. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Next, host Christopher Kimball explains the science behind proteins in eggs. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Jarred Green Olives. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the best Summer Pasta Puttanesca. 
Mar 4
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Italian Made Easy Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making Grandma Pizza at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of tortellini. Next, Bridget shares the test kitchen's guide to cutting terms. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make perfect Slow-Cooker Minestrone. 
Mar 4
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Yesterday's Food for the Future Andreas visits Rygge, the vegetable garden of southeastern Norway, to prepare a traditional menu of root vegetables, goat and hen. Andreas cooks parsley root cream with smoked salmon, and follows it with fricassee of hen, and finally, roast goat. Andreas explains how to make these traditional dishes with modern substitutes. 
Mar 4
7:00 PM
Great Conversations Ray Kurzweil and Jim Fleming Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 4
8:00 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Modern Day Slavery Human trafficking represents over $30 billion in international trade per annum and continues to be one of the fastest growing criminal industries. The U.S. and the international community have adopted various treaties and laws to prevent trafficking, but to truly understand and combat the issue, they must find the root causes enabling smugglers to commit millions into slavery. 
Mar 4
8:30 PM
This is America & the World On Location in Japan 2015 Pt. 3 While on location in Japan, Dennis Wholey explores Japanese revitalization efforts, innovative technology, and unique tourism destinations. 
Mar 4
9:00 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."  
Mar 4
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What Causes Religious Belief? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 4
10:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Advances in Treating Colon Cancer with Surgery The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 4
11:00 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.  
Mar 5
12:00 AM
Hear Nebraska, Live at the 1200 Club Kill Country Kill County is an American Music band that formed in Lincoln in 2007. The band combines elements of country, old-time and folk music with powerful vocals, somber themes, and punk-rock ideologies. While the members of Kill County were all born and raised in Nebraska, three of them now live out of state. Josh James (lead vocals, guitar) & Jon Augustine (bass) contribute from Austin, TX while bandmate, Ringo (guitar, banjo, vocals) rings in from Ann Arbor, MI. The other band members, Joe Salvati (dobro, steel guitar) and Brad Kindler (drums) both reside in Lincoln, making one of the hardest challenges for this band simply getting together. 
Mar 5
12:30 AM
Hear Nebraska, Live at the 1200 Club Big Harp The husband and wife duo of Chris Senseney, from Valentine, NE and Stefanie Drootin-Senseney, from Los Angeles, CA, formed the band Big Harp in December 2010, after a three-year whirlwind that saw the two meet, have a baby, move halfway across the country, get married, move halfway across the country again and have another baby. Omaha seems to be the place where musical styles and personalities meshed. It was also a good place to develop your music and catch the attention of Saddle Creek records. Stef, started the Omaha Chapter of Girls Rock, an organization devoted to helping young girls with musical aspirations. The juggling act of spouse/parent/rocker seems daunting to most, but this duo makes it look easy. 
Mar 5
1:00 AM
Classic Gospel Atlanta Homecoming Favorite Gaither Homecoming performers gather in Atlanta for a collection of well-known inspirational songs. Performers include the Goodmans, the Gaither Vocal Band, David Phelps and the Isaacs. And no show from Atlanta would be complete without a little Georgia On My Mind. 
Mar 5
2:00 AM
Song of the Mountains Larry Sparks & the Lonesome Ramblers SONG OF THE MOUNTAINS showcases the best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began. Performances are held at the beautifully restored Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Hosted by Tim White.The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., was originally built in 1929. The theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. It is one of only three existing Mayan Revival-style theatres in America. Once known as the "finest showplace in Southwest Virginia," The Lincoln has been restored to its former grandeur, now fully accentuated by state-of-the-art computerized sound and lighting systems. Winner of Bronze Telly.  
Mar 5
3:00 AM
Great Conversations Ray Kurzweil and Jim Fleming Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 5
4:00 AM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Modern Day Slavery Human trafficking represents over $30 billion in international trade per annum and continues to be one of the fastest growing criminal industries. The U.S. and the international community have adopted various treaties and laws to prevent trafficking, but to truly understand and combat the issue, they must find the root causes enabling smugglers to commit millions into slavery. 
Mar 5
4:30 AM
This is America & the World On Location in Japan 2015 Pt. 3 While on location in Japan, Dennis Wholey explores Japanese revitalization efforts, innovative technology, and unique tourism destinations. 
Mar 5
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 5
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Heroes and Friends/The Cookie Crumbles Heroes and Friends: Clifford tries to be a "hero" to impress his beloved Emily Elizabeth. He soon learns that being called "my best friend in the whole world" can be just as rewarding as being called a "hero." The Cookie Crumbles: When Mrs. Z presents the kids with candy canes, they decide to make cookies to thank her. But as their cookie list grows and their standards rise, they become fed up with frosting and each other. With Clifford's help, they remember that Christmas is about celebrating being together. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: Believe in Yourself/Be a Good Friend, Be a Good Friend/Be Responsible 
Mar 5
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Gila Monster Under My House The Wild Kratts receive a call from Xavier, a Wild Kratt kid who lives in the Sonoran Desert. A Gila monster has crawled under his house and he's scared! Martin and Chris go to check it out and Xavier soon learns about the amazing life of this creature. Science Concept: Animal Defense 
Mar 5
7:00 AM
Arthur Pets and Pests/Go Fly a Kite Pets and Pests - There's a mouse loose in the Read home! And D.W. wants it gone...NOW! When traps fail, Arthur enlists the help of an expert mouse catcher...a fearless hunter who laughs in the face of danger: Nemo??Educational Objective: Pal and Nemo learn to put aside their differences in order to achieve a common goal.Go Fly a Kite - While playing in the park, Binky, Muffy, and Ladonna stumble upon an abandoned kite. After failing to find the owner, the trio decides to take joint custody of the toy. But sharing it is easier said than done...Educational Objective: Binky, Muffy, and Ladonna learn the value of sharing. 
Mar 5
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 5
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 5
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 5
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 5
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Terrific Triangle This pose stretches the body from head to toe. Balance on your buttocks for a hamstring stretch, then loosen your knees as you sit serenely in Hero Pose for yoga meditation. 
Mar 5
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 5
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 5
10:30 AM
Overheard with Evan Smith Mark Bittman, Food Writer Mark Bittman is an opinion columnist and lead food writer for The New York Times. He's written two books, the best-selling How to Cook Everything and the groundbreaking Vegan Before 6P.M. (VB6), which introduced Americans to the Flexitarian diet. His newest book is How to Cook Everything Fast. 
Mar 5
11:00 AM
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. 
Mar 5
11:30 AM
Taste of History Back to The Black Forest Chef Staib returns to his roots in the Black Forest of Germany, made famous by Grimm's Fairy Tales and where he cultivated his culinary career. He cooks Maultaschen, or Black Forest ravioli, mache salad with eggs, bacon and hazelnuts, Black Forest potato salad and Black Forest cake. 
Mar 5
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 5
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 5
1:00 PM
Caillou Try, Try Again Caillou, Grandpa and Dad go for a special hike in the woods. Caillou has to catch a falling leaf before it touches the ground. After a while he gets frustrated but Grandpa tells him to try and try again, that is the only way. And it pays off! Caillou gets frustrated while learning to tie his shoes, but by watching Rosie he learns you can succeed if you keep trying. Also today, Caillou goes to the swimming pool where Daddy teaches Caillou how to swim. After a few lessons, Caillou gets better and better and soon he can swim on his own. Then, Caillou discovers baseball for the first time. He wants to play and patiently Dad works at teaching him. Caillou is all ready to throw in the towel as each toss passes him by, but when he sees Sarah and Billy really doing it he gets an opportunity to practice what he's learned. A few more lessons and Caillou is on his way to becoming a neighbourhood baseball player. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that it takes time and patience and effort to master new skills. Whether it's catching a falling leaf, or tying shoe laces, or flying a kite, or swimming or riding a bike, or learning to bat and catch a baseball. Though first efforts may be discouraging it pays to keep trying and before long you've got it! 
Mar 5
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid The Bug Club It's a special day at school, it's Bug Club Day! Sid and his friends use their magnifying glasses and discover ants, rolie polies, and caterpillars around the playground. 
Mar 5
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Arnie Rides the Flatcar/Old Reliable Arnie Rides the FlatcarBuddy, Tiny, and Mom visit their very large sauropod friend, Arnie Argentinosaurus, and his dad. Arnie has grown bigger since our kids have seen him and is now too big to ride on the Dinosaur Train anymore. Tiny and Buddy arrange with Mr. Conductor for Arnie to be the first big dinosaur to ride on the newest Dinosaur Train car - the flatbed car! Educational Objectives Scientists theorize that the plant-eating Argentinosaurus had a total body length of 130-140 feet. It had an extremely long length and tail, and a small head. Argentinosaurus was almost 10 times bigger than the biggest meat-eating dinosaurs of the time. Because of its size, the Argentinosaurus probably spent a lot of its day seeking and eating plants, and had very few problems with predators. Old ReliableMr. Pteranodon and Mr. Lambeosaurus take all the kids to see a field of geysers - holes in the ground that hot water shoots out from! At the same time, Mrs. Pteranodon and Mrs. Lambeosaurus are relaxing nearby in soothing pools of warm water, called hot springs. In the end, the kids love seeing the geysers and then joining the Moms in their hot springs, while accidentally surprising Mr. Conductor who is secretly trying to relax in his own private hot spring pool! Educational Objectives Much of the inside of the Earth is very hot and molten. When molten rock (magma) gets close to the Earth's surface, it can warm up water, producing such phenomena as "hot springs" and "geysers." Geysers occur when water is superheated by the magma and then violently forced to the surface along cracks in the rocks. 
Mar 5
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Thump/Squirreled Away ThumpNick is trying to make his mother a surprise lunch, but she keeps coming into the kitchen! If only there was a way for him to know when she was coming. The Cat takes Nick and Sally to meet his friend Twitch the rabbit. Twitch and her bunnies teach Nick and Sally how to stop, look and listen. Now that Sally can warn Nick when his mom is coming, they're able to surprise her with lunch!Educational Objective: Rabbits - How rabbits sniff, look and listen to detect danger, and warn others by thumping their back paw.Squirreled AwayNick can't remember where he put his yo-yo. Cat offers to take the kids to meet his friend Bucky the Squirrel who is good at both hiding and finding things! Nick and Sally learn how to use markers to help them remember where they put things. Back at home Nick thinks like Bucky then is able to find his yo-yo!Educational Objective: Squirrels - How Squirrels hide and then retrieve the food they need to make it through the winter. 
Mar 5
3:00 PM
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? 
Mar 5
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha Smells/ Martha Hears Martha Smells Martha is secretly trapped inside Pablum and Weaselgraft's hideout. She manages to call Helen and tell her how to get there by smell. Can Helen and TD follow her scent map and uncover Weaselgraft and Pablum's lair?Vocabulary(E) aroma, fragrant(ce), scent, stench, reek(I) smell, stink whiff, odorMartha Hears For the same story from a different sensory perspective, Martha once again finds herself trapped in Weaselgraft and Pablum's lair, but this time she leads Helen and TD to their hideout by describing what she hears. It sounded like a good idea. . . .Vocabulary(E) blaring, clanging, creak, rumble, audio(ible)(I) noise, listen, siren, bell, ears 
Mar 5
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 5
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Fill-In/Word (Hicc)Up! The Fill-InThe Butcher volunteers to fill in when one of Dr. Two Brains' henchmen, Charlie, goes on vacation. But instead of giving him orders, Dr. Two Brains tries to convince him to team up to create the ultimate ham and cheese duo. It's up to WordGirl to intervene and still find time to go to the Around the Moon dance.Vocabulary Words: Surrender, TemporaryWord (Hicc)Up!While WordGirl tries to find a remedy for the hiccups, Chuck tries to get his condiment ray fixed by Hal Hardbargain. Can WordGirl stop Chuck's latest crime spree or will her hiccups stop her? And who is this new guy, Hal Hardbargain?Vocabulary Words: Remedy, Glitch 
Mar 5
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Mar 5
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Oatmeal Muffins and Granola Test cook Dan Souza teaches host Christopher Kimball how to bake the best Oatmeal Muffins. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for drip coffee makers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to Almond Granola with Dried Fruit. 
Mar 5
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Backyard Barbecue Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the best Barbecued Pulled Chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for electric charcoal starters. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of ice cream cones. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the ultimate South Dakota Corncob-Smoked Ribs. 
Mar 5
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking The Holy Fish Andreas visits the rugged coastline of Helgeland in northern Norway, where the mystical and delicious halibut makes its home among the islets and skerries. Andreas demonstrates how different cooking methods can elicit different flavors and textures from the fish. Dishes include: the smoked Greenland halibut with berries and potato salad; pickled halibut, baked halibut with cucumber and herbs; and finally, pan-fried halibut served with veal demi-glace. 
Mar 5
7:00 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. 
Mar 5
8:00 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. 
Mar 5
9:00 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."  
Mar 5
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What Things are Real? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 5
10:30 PM
Second Opinion Psoriasis As many as 7.5 million Americans have psoriasis, which puts them at a higher risk of developing other serious health problems. Learn how to get significant relief from this sometimes disabling disease. 
Mar 5
11:00 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.  
Mar 6
12:00 AM
Classic Gospel Cathedrals Family Reunion Five of today's most popular southern Gospel artists reunite for the first time in almost two decades to celebrate the award-winning Cathedrals. Past members Ernie, Mark, Gerald, Scott and Danny gather around the piano to pay homage to heroes George Younce and Glen Payne and to the group's legacy. This special episode captures great vocal performances, heartfelt stories, special memories and the power of Gospel music. 
Mar 6
1:00 AM
Jubilee Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver/The Ramblin' Rooks Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 6
2:00 AM
Classic Gospel Homecoming Texas Style (Encore of episode #307) Your favorite Homecoming friends gather together in Fort Worth for an exciting celebration of gospel music...Texas-style. Filmed at the Tarrant County Convention Center, the music had people tappin' their toes, clappin' their hands, and kickin' up their heels. This episode celebrates the important contribution made by the great state of Texas to the roots of gospel music. 
Mar 6
3:00 AM
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. 
Mar 6
4:00 AM
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. 
Mar 6
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 6
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Special T-Bone/Jetta's Sneak Peek An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 6
6:30 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 
Mar 6
7:00 AM
Arthur CITIZEN FRENSKY/D.W.'S BACKPACK MISHAP After visiting The Elwood City Times, Francine decides to start her own paper-The Frensky Star! The tabloid, complete with embarrassing photos and sensationalized headlines, is a smashing success...until all her friends stop speaking to her. Somebody stole D.W.'s backpack!! Who is this fluffy unicorn thief... this Mary Moo Cow-napper? In the backpack left behind, D.W. finds clues in an assortment of exotic objects. Could the backpack thief be even more sinister than she imagined-or just well traveled? 
Mar 6
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 6
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 6
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 6
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 6
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Energize! Get your circulation going with a dynamic forward bend, upside down leg cycling, and Imaginary Chair. Then sink into deep relaxation with Yoga Nidra. 
Mar 6
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 6
10:00 AM
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.  
Mar 6
10:30 AM
This is America & the World Sec. William S. Cohen This week Dennis Wholey speaks with Secretary William S. Cohen about his incredible career, his time as Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton, maintaining America's complex relationships abroad and his current work as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Cohen Group. 
Mar 6
11:00 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. 
Mar 6
11:30 AM
Taste of History Roots of Creole Cooking in St Lucia Chef Walter Staib returns to St Lucia to explore the Creole influence and sample a Taste of History. On this show, Chef Staib prepares authentic Creole cuisine with local experts. 
Mar 6
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 6
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 6
1:00 PM
Caillou The World Around Me! Caillou is excited when Miss Martin takes him and his friends to the park for some special activities. They have a beanbag race, but the rules are not easy to grasp, and the kids have a few comical mishaps in the process. Caillou discovers that you don't always have to win to be proud of yourself. Grandma has given Caillou a special spaceship plate. Caillou loves it so much that he carries it everywhere with him and he wants to eat every meal from it. After finding a photograph of a four-year-old Dad with a model train set, Caillou and Dad decide to look for it in Grandpa's basement. After a while, they finally find it and set it up to test it out. Grandma captures the moment in a photograph which Caillou decides to put in the photo album beside the old picture of Dad. When Caillou spots a dog house outside he gets the idea that Gilbert might like a house of his own. Caillou finds a cardboard box and some crayons and with Gilbert's help, he decides how to decorate the house. Grandma takes Caillou on a special visit to a sheep farm. There, Mary, a 10-year-old girl, takes Caillou on a tour, teaching him about sheep, sheering, and the spinning of wool. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children's attention is drawn to all the places they get to explore and all the experiences they have there- the neighborhood playground, their own kitchen, grandma's basement and the toys that their daddy used to play with, the natural world all around them with birds and bugs and animals; and, if they are as lucky as Caillou, a trip to a sheep farm - where they see how the sheep's wool is spun into yarn. 
Mar 6
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Rainy Play Date Sid is supposed to have a playdate outside, but the forecast calls for rain! Sid isn't too happy and wonders if the rain knew he wanted to play outside? At school, Sid and his friends discover that rain actually comes from rain clouds! They also learn that rain is really important because it helps living things grow. 
Mar 6
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train The Egg Stealer?/To the Grandparents' Nest We Go! The Egg Stealer?Buddy and Don stumble upon a mystery when they find unhatched eggs on their beach, The mystery grows when some of the eggs are stolen. Don and Buddy become detectives and suspect that maybe Tiny, Shiny, or other friends may be stealing the eggs. They're not. Soon, all the kids join in to solve the mystery, as they figure out that the eggs belong to an over-protective, caring mom named Olivia Oviraptor who is just trying to keep her eggs safe. Educational Objectives The Oviraptor is famous because of fossils found with the mother on the nest of eggs, showing the arms (wings) wrapped around the outside-the same classic brooding posture used by birds. We draw parallels between how this Mesozoic creature was thought to have cared for their young much the way modern animals, such as birds, care for their babies.To the Grandparents' Nest We Go! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don have fun spending a special day with their retired Grandma and Grandpa at their cliffside nest. The kids get to see things from their Dad's childhood nature collection, and afterwards they play games and fish with Grandma and Grandpa. Educational Objectives Geography - the Pteranodon grandparents live on the other (eastern) side of the Cretaceous Interior Seaway. The Pteranodon family lives on Laramidia, whereas the grandparents live on Appalachia. 
Mar 6
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Pick Your Friends/Finola's Farm Pick Your FriendsIt's Valentine's Day and Nick and Sally can't agree on how to decorate the card they're making for Cat. Does this mean they aren't really best friends? Cat takes them to meet Sheldon, a tortoise who knows all about friendship. They learn that Sheldon's best friend is completely different than he is and that being best friends doesn't mean you always have to agree.Educational Objective: Symbiotic relationship - how two animals who are completely different coexist in a mutually beneficial relationship. Featured animals: Giant Galapagos Tortoise; Darwin Finch.Finola's FarmNick and Sally are trying to have breakfast but have run out of milk. The Cat arrives to take them to Finola's Farm to have breakfast with Finola. First they learn how to milk a cow, then they discover that cows milk can be made into butter and cheese and best of all - ice cream!Educational Objective: Milk - How cows milk is good for drinking and also makes butter and cheese - and even ice cream. 
Mar 6
3:00 PM
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!" 
Mar 6
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha Goes to School/ TD and the Light Bulb of Doom Martha Goes to School TD thinks it would be funny to put Martha's name on the list for substitute teachers. What started out as a joke, turns into a nightmare for Helen, Alice, and TD, when Martha gets the job and takes it very seriously. Vocabulary(E) attendance, substitute, attention, behavior, report(I) teacher, lesson, student, school, homeworkTD and the Light Bulb of Doom TD swears he'll start working on his report just as soon as he watches the "Harry Blotter, Boy Wizard" movie marathon, all nine parts! As Helen predicted, TD winds up in a panic until he has a moment of inspiration. Can he pull off his project in time?Vocabulary(E) assignment, inventor, discover, biography, subject(I) chapter, study, project, class, grade 
Mar 6
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 6
4:30 PM
WordGirl Leslie Makes It Big/Mouse Brain Take-Over Leslie Makes It BigWhen Mr. Big gets hauled off to jail, his assistant, Leslie, takes over to carry out their latest evil plan-building the most powerful mind control device ever! Will Mr. Big help WordGirl defeat Leslie, or will Leslie become bigger than Mr. Big?Vocabulary Words: Ridiculous, AssumeMouse Brain Take-OverJust as WordGirl is about to give TJ, the winner of the "WordGirl Synonym Contest," a tour of her secret hide-out, she discovers Dr. Two-Brains' is going on an all-out cheese rampage. This time he's more evil (and more mousy) than ever!Vocabulary Words: Abandon, Dilemma 
Mar 6
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Mar 6
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Hearty Spanish and Italian Soups, Revamped Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make homemade Italian Wedding Soup. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of chicken broth. And, finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to the ultimate Hearty Spanish-Style Lentil and Chorizo Soup. 
Mar 6
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Homespun Breakfast Treats Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Fluffy Cornmeal Pancakes. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of multigrain bread. Next, Chris shares the top 10 cooking tips from the test kitchen. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to making English Muffin Bread right at home. 
Mar 6
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Winning Game Andreas makes a variety of venison dishes against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains of the west coast, where the deer run free and the mountain farms cling intrepidly to sheer slopes. He prepares a millefeuille (puff pastry layered with a filling) of venison fillet with prune; venison liver with caramelized tangerine; smoked trout; a traditional hunter's stew with sour cream and goat cheese; and finally, the ultimate venison steak. 
Mar 6
7:00 PM
The Gefilte-Fish Chronicles With 86-year-old twin sisters Peppy Barer and Rosie Groman narrating, THE GEFILTE FISH CHRONICLES tells the story of how a family embraces the Passover holiday: not only to celebrate a religious event, but to stay spiritually and physically connected through traditional meal preparations. Although this is a tale about one family, it crosses cultural and religious lines, to remind us of how many families develop rituals as they celebrate holidays. A celebration of spring and Jewish freedom, Passover brings the whole Dubroff family together. The holiday begins with the "Seder," a meal where the story of the Jewish exodus from Egypt, a journey out of slavery, is recounted in prose, song, and prayer. The film opens six weeks before Passover with the making of a perfect horseradish, and concludes with sunny goodbyes following a matzoh brie breakfast the morning after the Seder. Family recipes that appear on screen during closing credits add an extra special touch to the program. THE GEFILTE FISH CHRONICLES is filled with joy and love, family films and photographs. 
Mar 6
8:00 PM
A Call To Serve: Florida Jews and the U.S. Military WLRN's original documentary pays tribute to Florida Jews who have served in military campaigns from the Seminole Wars through Afghanistan, and who sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. 
Mar 6
9:00 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."  
Mar 6
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Free Will for Moral Responsibility? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 6
10:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Epilepsy: Solving the Mystery The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 6
11:00 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.  
Mar 7
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Night of the Proms  Sting's pure voice blends with Il Novecento for an unforgettable "Englishman in New York." Opera great Andrea Bocelli provides a rousing duet of "Funiculi Funicula" with John Miles; Alan Parsons performs his wondrous "Eye in the Sky" and two rock favorites, Cutting Crew and Bonnie Tyler, belt out their chart-topping hit songs. • Sting - "Englishman in New York"• Alan Parsons - "Eye in the Sky"• Andrea Bocelli & John Miles - "Funiculi Funicula"• Cutting Crew - "(I Just) Died in Your Arms"• Bonnie Tyler - "Total Eclipse of the Heart" 
Mar 7
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Night of the Proms  10cc defines art rock with their dreamy hit "I'm Not in Love." Chrissie Hynde joins UB40 for a reggae-pop "I Got You, Babe." Il Novecento escalates the tempo with a fun "Flight of the Bumblebee." Chris DeBurgh gets romantic with "The Lady in Red." Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) stuns with his progressive classic "Fool's Overture."• 10cc - "I'm Not in Love"• Chrissie Hynde & UB40 - "I Got You Babe"• Il Novecento orchestra - "Flight of the Bumblebee"• Chris DeBurgh - "The Lady In Red"• Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) - "Fool's Overture" 
Mar 7
1:00 AM
Backstage Pass Lowdown Brass Band Second line New Orleans sound meets hip-hop, reggae and funk in this Chicago-based tour de force. Lowdown Brass Band features selections from their self-titled CD and from the EP, "We Just Want to Be." 
Mar 7
2:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Keb' Mo' Contemporary blues musician and three-time Grammy winner Keb' Mo' takes the stage alongside his band of top musicians. With Les Falconer III on drums, Vail Johnson on bass, Michael Hicks on keyboards, Kevin So on keyboards and guitar and Jeff Paris on guitar, mandolin and harmonica, the band's full sound and Mo's incomparable blues style engulf the elated audience.Keb' Mo' - formerly known as Kevin Moore - was born in South Los Angeles to parents from the Deep South. Often described as a living link to the seminal Delta blues of the past, he describes his style as a combination of the music he grew up listening to: blues, country, soul and folk. "I'm kind of a hybrid version of all those things thrown together," he says. His multi-faceted career includes portraying one of his blues influences, Robert Johnson, in the 1998 documentary Can't You Hear the Wind Howl?Mo' and his band open the show at Infinity Hall with "Inside Outside," a song from his most recent album, Reflection. Mo' describes the album as the "culmination of all of my influences throughout my career." He also treats the crowd to his slow groove single "The Whole Enchilada," which he describes as a song that "reminds us men that when you are out there courting and falling in love that there's just a few things to keep in mind." Television fans will recognize his tune "I See Love," the theme song from the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly. Plus, the band doesn't disappoint with "Life is Beautiful" from his 2006 release Suitcase, and several other songs from his Grammy award-winning albums. INFINITY HALL LIVE captures the energy of the crowd during Mo's rousing performance. The band closes the show on a high note with the inspirational "A Better Man," a song created for the charity organization "Playing for Change" which inspires peace in the world through music. Song List"Inside Outside""Muddy Water""Closer""The Whole Enchilada""I See Love""We Don't Need It""Life Is Beautiful""Government Cheese""Shave Yo Legs""She Just Wants To Dance" "A Better Man" 
Mar 7
3:00 AM
The Gefilte-Fish Chronicles With 86-year-old twin sisters Peppy Barer and Rosie Groman narrating, THE GEFILTE FISH CHRONICLES tells the story of how a family embraces the Passover holiday: not only to celebrate a religious event, but to stay spiritually and physically connected through traditional meal preparations. Although this is a tale about one family, it crosses cultural and religious lines, to remind us of how many families develop rituals as they celebrate holidays. A celebration of spring and Jewish freedom, Passover brings the whole Dubroff family together. The holiday begins with the "Seder," a meal where the story of the Jewish exodus from Egypt, a journey out of slavery, is recounted in prose, song, and prayer. The film opens six weeks before Passover with the making of a perfect horseradish, and concludes with sunny goodbyes following a matzoh brie breakfast the morning after the Seder. Family recipes that appear on screen during closing credits add an extra special touch to the program. THE GEFILTE FISH CHRONICLES is filled with joy and love, family films and photographs. 
Mar 7
4:00 AM
A Call To Serve: Florida Jews and the U.S. Military WLRN's original documentary pays tribute to Florida Jews who have served in military campaigns from the Seminole Wars through Afghanistan, and who sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. 
Mar 7
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 7
6:00 AM
Pedal America "Let's Keep It Weird" - Austin, Texas Austinites don't just party, they celebrate with bicycles to give added value to the city's motto "Let's Keep It Weird." Ira David hails Austin as a bicycle-friendly city when he visits a bicycle zoo and pedals in a bicycle parade. Journey along the Lance Armstrong Bikeway and Trail at Lady Bird Lake. A visit to Austin's Yellow Bike Project teaches the role bicycles can play in giving back to the community. 
Mar 7
6:30 AM
Natural Heroes Dying Green Living green is something many of us strive for in today's world, but did you know that you can die green as well? Set in the foothills of the Appalachians, DYING GREEN explores one man's vision of using green burials to conserve land. Dr. Billy Campbell has radically changed our understanding of burials in the United States. DYING GREEN focuses on the revolutionary idea of using our own death to fund land conservation and create wildlife preserves. 
Mar 7
7:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Mar 7
7:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe Italy's Veneto: Verona, Padua, and Ravenna Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, returns to transport public television viewers to the continent's bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countryside. In the eighth season of RICK STEVES' EUROPE, Rick rediscovers some of his favorite destinations in France, Italy, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Germany, and further abroad in the multicultural crossroads of Turkey, Israel and Palestine. Each episode contains Rick's valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical, experience-enhancing travel advice. 
Mar 7
8:00 AM
Globe Trekker Delhi & Rajasthan, India During her exploration of India, Holly visits the state of kings in Vrindavan, tours the majestic forts in the pink city of Jaipur, soaks in the relaxed atmosphere of Jodhpur and feasts on Rajasthani cuisine at the colorful Bundi Utsav Festival. 
Mar 7
9:00 AM
Curiosity Quest Goes Green Reclaiming Old Wood Have you ever wondered what happens to all the wood when an old house gets torn down? Join Joel as he explores the Old Texas Wood facility to learn how they reclaim, refurbish and resell the wood. 
Mar 7
9:30 AM
Garden Smart  Erosion and storm water runoff are unexciting topics but something we should all give considerable thought. GardenSMART has found some innovative solutions for these problems and think you'll find them helpful. 
Mar 7
10:00 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. 
Mar 7
10:30 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. 
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Mar 7
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Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Irish Country Cooking Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Guinness Beef Stew. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for whisks. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect Brown Soda Bread. 
Mar 7
4:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Great American Sandwiches Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best Philly Cheesesteaks right at home! Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus shares the test kitchen's tips for perfect knife sharpening, and equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for scrub brushes in the Equipment Corner. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes to Red's Eats in Maine or one of their famous lobster rolls. And finally, in the test kitchen, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the perfect New England Lobster Roll. 
Mar 7
5:00 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. 
Mar 7
5:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals DINNER AT 8 #418: DINNER AT 8Feeds Wed., 2/25/15 & Wed., 5/27/15Entertaining is easy with Sara's elegant but super simple recipes, even if your only guests are your immediate family on a weeknight. Try her Duck with Gingered Grape Sauce for an impressive entrée, and, for food that's fun, you can't go wrong with the fabulously interactive Japanese Beef Fondue. 
Mar 7
6:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Memory This episode explores David Chang's past: dishes from childhood, summer eating, his time in Japan and golf. 
Mar 7
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Pyramids of the North Andreas visits the island of Spitsbergen in the far north, the northernmost inhabited place in the world, and Longyearbyen. This barren land offers some surprising delicacies, like wild geese that summer here and a variety of fish. Andreas makes goose with port wine and broccoli puree, pan-fried Svalbard cod and king crab, seafood-flavored vegetables and chocolate cake with orange marmalade and coffee. 
Mar 7
7:00 PM
Breaking Through the Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby In August of 1929 twenty women pulled on britches, snapped on goggles and climbed into their cockpits to race across the country. It was the first women's national air derby. There was the media darling, the Hollywood starlet, the aviatrix record breakers and the unforgettable foul-mouthed wife of a preacher. Together these women were flying in the face of anyone who believed women belonged on the ground. Breaking Through The Clouds is the documentary that tells their story. 
Mar 7
8:30 PM
Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female Patriots Part One Today more women serve in the armed forces than at any other time in our nation's history, in ways never before possible. Women pilot B-2 Stealth Bombers on combat missions, drive tanks in Iraq, direct Marines in Afghanistan, command carrier battle groups, fly jet fighters and helicopters, and continue the noble tradition of providing critical battlefield care as doctors and nurses.This courageous heritage can be traced back to the Revolution where women like Molly Pitcher and Sarah Shattuck donned men's clothes and took up arms against the British. And though none had the right to vote, hundreds of women participated in the Civil War as nurses, spies and soldiers. Of the 33,000 women who served their country during the Great War, some 300 lost their lives. More than 700,000 women defended America in WW II, Korea and Vietnam. Today, there are almost 2,000,000 living female veterans whose contributions spans three generations. The service of these women has been heroic, their sacrifices profound and their enormous accomplishments largely ignored. 
Mar 7
9:30 PM
Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female Patriots Part Two Today more women serve in the armed forces than at any other time in our nation's history, in ways never before possible. Women pilot B-2 Stealth Bombers on combat missions, drive tanks in Iraq, direct Marines in Afghanistan, command carrier battle groups, fly jet fighters and helicopters, and continue the noble tradition of providing critical battlefield care as doctors and nurses.This courageous heritage can be traced back to the Revolution where women like Molly Pitcher and Sarah Shattuck donned men's clothes and took up arms against the British. And though none had the right to vote, hundreds of women participated in the Civil War as nurses, spies and soldiers. Of the 33,000 women who served their country during the Great War, some 300 lost their lives. More than 700,000 women defended America in WW II, Korea and Vietnam. Today, there are almost 2,000,000 living female veterans whose contributions spans three generations. The service of these women has been heroic, their sacrifices profound and their enormous accomplishments largely ignored. 
Mar 7
10:30 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. 
Mar 7
11:30 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. 
Mar 8
12:30 AM
Promise To My Father, A A PROMISE TO MY FATHER follows Israel "Izzy" Arbeiter as he returns to the sites of his darkest hours and relives the Holocaust's unimaginable horrors. Arbeiter's incredible story of survival unfolds in Nazi-occupied Poland, where the teenager lived with his family in the Jewish ghetto of Starachowice. Following his separation from his family, he endured life as a slave laborer in a German armaments factory and later, in numerous concentration camps throughout Europe, including the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau. With his grandson in tow, Izzy travels to Treblinka, Auschwitz and Stuttof, and various Holocaust memorials, with the hope of bringing closure to this painful chapter of his life. He also visits his childhood home, now condemned, in the Polish city of Plock. Cameras follow the 87-year-old into the basement of the home, where he attempts to unearth family heirlooms hidden for decades. 
Mar 8
1:30 AM
Mayme Kratz / Stand Still Mayme Kratz is an established Arizona artist, a collector of biological odds and ends, materials harvested from frequently overlooked desert debris. Her cast resin sculptures highlight the interconnectedness of nature and space and the creative spirit, as if Kratz has fostered a three-dimensional language to express the crucial elements of poetry. This examination of light, color and form causes us to reconsider what it means to pause and pay attention. 
Mar 8
3:00 AM
Shimon's Returns The documentary shot in Poland, Ukraine and Israel tells the story of Shimon Redlich, a Holocaust survivor who returns to places from his childhood as well as different hiding places in his struggle to survive. The film features archival footage from the 1948 Yiddish film "Unzere Kinder", where Shimon played a role as a child actor. A collector of memories and a seeker of good will, Shimon takes us on a journey through Poland and Ukraine, uncovering the brighter sides of the darkest of times. 
Mar 8
4:00 AM
Mayme Kratz / Stand Still Mayme Kratz is an established Arizona artist, a collector of biological odds and ends, materials harvested from frequently overlooked desert debris. Her cast resin sculptures highlight the interconnectedness of nature and space and the creative spirit, as if Kratz has fostered a three-dimensional language to express the crucial elements of poetry. This examination of light, color and form causes us to reconsider what it means to pause and pay attention. 
Mar 8
4:30 AM
Breaking Through the Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby In August of 1929 twenty women pulled on britches, snapped on goggles and climbed into their cockpits to race across the country. It was the first women's national air derby. There was the media darling, the Hollywood starlet, the aviatrix record breakers and the unforgettable foul-mouthed wife of a preacher. Together these women were flying in the face of anyone who believed women belonged on the ground. Breaking Through The Clouds is the documentary that tells their story. 
Mar 8
6:00 AM
Sesame Street The Good Sport 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.  
Mar 8
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 8
7:30 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 8
8:00 AM
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE continues its focus on overall wellness and physical fitness. This new season of 30 half-hour episodes features Miranda Esmonde-White performing her graceful, fluid and controlled method of stretching on location in Jamaica. Her total-body workout combines tai-chi, yoga, ballet, physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques, as well as stretches for a variety of muscles and ligaments. The series is ideal for anyone suffering from back, knee or shoulder pain, or for those looking to increase their energy level, enhance flexibility, reduce stress, improve posture, manage osteoporosis, strengthen muscles and tone legs, arms and abdominals.  
Mar 8
8:30 AM
Functional Fitness Brain Aerobics Do you have an iron, a broom or soup cans? Then you have a home gym! Functional Fitness - Real Fitness for Real Life Challenges concentrates on training your body to cope using real life body mechanics with everyday household items. three levels of intensity are demonstrated allowing people of all fitness levels to participate. This is the only series on TV created by a licensed Occupational Therapist - Suzanne Andrews, who specializes in treating common medical conditions including diabetes, arthritis, obesity, neck and back pain and balance.  
Mar 8
9:00 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.  
Mar 8
9:30 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.  
Mar 8
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 8
10:30 AM
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.  
Mar 8
11:00 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 8
11:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Eytan Fox In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews Israeli filmmaker and television director Eytan Fox. Fox is the director of such well-known films as Yossi and Jagger, Walk on Water, The Bubble, and the recent comic feature Cupcakes. He also is director of a popular TV series known to United States viewers as Mary Lou. Fox discusses his breadth of work in film and television, which deals with themes of homosexuality, Israeli-Palestinian relationships, the lingering effects of the Holocaust on Jews today, and life in the Israeli military. He talks about the values that his characters share—despite differences in culture or sexuality—and the impact his films have had in creating greater tolerance within the Israeli military. Fox explains the portrayal in his films of the dominant Israeli "man," a figure with whom he wrestles in his culture and himself. Finally, he considers how his work reflects a diverse taste in music. Recorded at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, this episode features stimulating conversation—paired with a clip from Walk on Water—in a striking gallery space. Join Paula Marantz Cohen, Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English and Program Host, as she talks with Eytan Fox in this episode of The Drexel InterView. 
Mar 8
12:00 PM
CEO Global Foresight Adidas, Global Sports & Sports Gear The world's 2nd largest sporting goods and sports gear company, Adidas is famous for its breakthrough technologies and product innovations for the world of sports. CEO Herbert Hainer joins us to provide his unique foresight into the future of sports and his vision of the cutting edge innovations to enhance athletic performance that he sees on the horizon. 
Mar 8
12:30 PM
Take on the South What is the most important Southern sport, NASCAR or football? Dr. Daniel Pierce, Author and History Department Chair, University of North Carolina, Asheville, and Dr. Harvey "Hardy" Jackson III, Author and Eminent Scholar in History, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL will debate "What is the most important Southern sport, Football or NASCAR?"SC historian Dr. Walter Edgar, host of "Walter Edgar's Journal" on ETV Radio, and history professor and the Director of the Institute for Southern Studies at USC is the host of the program.Dr. Daniel Pierce, Author and History Department Chair, University of North Carolina, Asheville, and Dr. Harvey "Hardy" Jackson III, Author and Eminent Scholar in History, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL will debate "What is the most important Southern sport, Football or NASCAR?" 
Mar 8
1:30 PM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 8
2:00 PM
This is America & the World Sec. William S. Cohen This week Dennis Wholey speaks with Secretary William S. Cohen about his incredible career, his time as Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton, maintaining America's complex relationships abroad and his current work as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Cohen Group. 
Mar 8
2:30 PM
Overheard with Evan Smith S.C. Gwynne, Journalist & Author S. C. Gwynne is a best-selling author and journalist, whose most recent book Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson is a finalist for the 2014 National Book Critics Circle Award. His 2010 book Empire of the Summer Moon was a New York Times best-seller and was a finalist for both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. 
Mar 8
3:00 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 8
3:30 PM
America From the Ground Up The Science of Archaeology Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 8
4:00 PM
Ideas Exchange, The  Produced by BBC World News, THE IDEAS EXCHANGE pairs business leaders from around the world to discuss the current business landscape and reveal the secrets to their success. In each episode, two leading business figures — each representing a different industry — sit down for a free-flowing conversation about their experiences running a global organization. The dialogue covers broad topics from globalization to industry-specific issues. They share lessons learned, the influences behind their decisions, their major regrets, their predictions and their greatest hopes for the future. In-between, dynamic field reports capture the stories behind the success of each business.  
Mar 8
4:30 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Building Brazil Brazil — it's the "B" in the acronym BRICS, five emerging economies once seen as soon-to-be superpowers. After economic troubles in the 1990s, Brazil has risen to new global prominence — it's drawing in more investment, working on global issues ranging from climate change to peacekeeping, and even hosting the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. But some of Brazil's trickiest problems — staggering income inequality, weak civic institutions, poor regional leadership — have held it back. 
Mar 8
5:00 PM
Miller Center's American Forum Aftermath of the Endless War—Gen. Wesley Clark on Avoiding the Next Quagmire Retired four-star Army general and former Democratic candidate for president WESLEY K. CLARK, discusses his new book Don't Wait for the Next War: A Strategy for American Growth and Global Leadership, and how to break American over-dependence on military intervention. 
Mar 8
6:00 PM
Great Conversations Pat Conroy Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 8
7:00 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.  
Mar 8
7:30 PM
Moneywise With Kelvin Boston Safeguarding Your Retirement Host Kelvin Boston and guests explore the basic financial planning concepts needed to help viewers reach and protect their retirement. Guests: Eugene Profit, CEO of Profit Investment Management and Gregory Dyson, senior vice president, ICMA-Retirement Corporation. This episode also features small business development tips from Marie Johns, deputy administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration. 
Mar 8
8:00 PM
InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse Anne Rice Anne Rice is often referred to as the queen of Vampires; and is frequently credited for the resurgence of the genre - thanks to her blockbuster "Interview with the Vampire" and the nine books that followed in her Vampire Chronicles. Add in the very successful Mayfair Witches series and Rice's total book sales exceed 100 million copies-- making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history. In 2005 she left her vampires behind to dedicate her life to the Catholic Church, and began publishing a new series on the early life of Jesus Christ. But in 2010 she once again made headlines by publicly leaving the Church and speaking very candidly about her reasons. Today, she is finding success with "The Wolf Gift," the first of what she promises will be a new series featuring Werewolves. On this episode of InnerVIEWS, Ernie sits down for our second conversation with New York Times bestselling author Anne Rice. 
Mar 8
8:30 PM
On Story Deconstructing Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson's Academy Award® winning Dog Day Afternoon elevates the classic crime genre through its exploration of textured characters and rationale. Screenwriters Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Peter Craig (The Town) examine the story's masterful reveal of information and its surprising, but inevitable and honest conclusion. 
Mar 8
9:00 PM
Well Read James McBride, "The Good Lord Bird" James McBride is one of the most critically acclaimed African American authors working today. In 2013, he won the National Book Award for fiction for his latest novel "The Good Lord Bird," and his memoir "The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to his White Mother" was on the New York Times best-seller list for two years. 
Mar 8
9:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Richard Abrams - America Transformed Dr. Abrams is Professor of History Emeritus and former Associate Dean of International Studies at Berkeley University. With his book, America Transformed, he explores the revolutionary changes that occurred in our country since World War II and their effect on all the generations to follow. 
Mar 8
10:00 PM
Film School Shorts Strange Bedfellows Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Mar 8
10:30 PM
Theater Talk "Hope, the Man Who Invented Modern Comedy" Our guests are talk show great, Dick Cavett and critic Richard Zoglin of Time Magazine, discussing Bob Hope, the subject of Zoglin's fascinating new biography, Hope. Beginning as a child performing on the streets to get extra money for his family, Hope went on to become a major star in vaudeville, on Broadway, in the movies and on TV. He arguably invented the stand-up comedy form and lived to be 100 (becoming a friend of Cavett's), never retiring from his successful and lucrative, show business career. 
Mar 8
11:00 PM
Arts in Context The Influencers From band posters to business logos, graphic designers are influencing the visual look of consumerism and shaping society's experiences.Long Description: Few things form the expectations for a work-of-art like its branding. Album art, posters, and visual presentation can enhance, transform, or even subvert its associated work-of-art. Responsible for some of the most iconic album art in the past two decades, Chris Bilheimer has left his stamp on the world of graphic design. Having created some of the most recognizable album covers in the world for R.E.M., Green Day, and Neutral Milk Hotel, Bilheimer is now in Austin, Texas, searching for new opportunities. Michael Sieben is not only one of the world's best graphic designers but is also the managing editor of Thrasher Magazine. These two key figures of contemporary graphic design are helping to shape the future of branding. 
Mar 8
11:30 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.  
Mar 9
12:00 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Mar 9
12:30 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.  
Mar 9
1:00 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.  
Mar 9
1:30 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 9
2:00 AM
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.  
Mar 9
2:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 9
3:00 AM
Drexel Interview, The Eytan Fox In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews Israeli filmmaker and television director Eytan Fox. Fox is the director of such well-known films as Yossi and Jagger, Walk on Water, The Bubble, and the recent comic feature Cupcakes. He also is director of a popular TV series known to United States viewers as Mary Lou. Fox discusses his breadth of work in film and television, which deals with themes of homosexuality, Israeli-Palestinian relationships, the lingering effects of the Holocaust on Jews today, and life in the Israeli military. He talks about the values that his characters share—despite differences in culture or sexuality—and the impact his films have had in creating greater tolerance within the Israeli military. Fox explains the portrayal in his films of the dominant Israeli "man," a figure with whom he wrestles in his culture and himself. Finally, he considers how his work reflects a diverse taste in music. Recorded at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, this episode features stimulating conversation—paired with a clip from Walk on Water—in a striking gallery space. Join Paula Marantz Cohen, Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English and Program Host, as she talks with Eytan Fox in this episode of The Drexel InterView. 
Mar 9
3:30 AM
CEO Global Foresight Adidas, Global Sports & Sports Gear The world's 2nd largest sporting goods and sports gear company, Adidas is famous for its breakthrough technologies and product innovations for the world of sports. CEO Herbert Hainer joins us to provide his unique foresight into the future of sports and his vision of the cutting edge innovations to enhance athletic performance that he sees on the horizon. 
Mar 9
4:00 AM
Take on the South What is the most important Southern sport, NASCAR or football? Dr. Daniel Pierce, Author and History Department Chair, University of North Carolina, Asheville, and Dr. Harvey "Hardy" Jackson III, Author and Eminent Scholar in History, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL will debate "What is the most important Southern sport, Football or NASCAR?"SC historian Dr. Walter Edgar, host of "Walter Edgar's Journal" on ETV Radio, and history professor and the Director of the Institute for Southern Studies at USC is the host of the program.Dr. Daniel Pierce, Author and History Department Chair, University of North Carolina, Asheville, and Dr. Harvey "Hardy" Jackson III, Author and Eminent Scholar in History, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL will debate "What is the most important Southern sport, Football or NASCAR?" 
Mar 9
5:00 AM
Teaching Channel Reading Like A Historian Teaching Channel Presents is a groundbreaking series showcasing inspired teaching in America's K-12 classrooms. Hosted by Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year, the weekly one-hour episodes cover a wide variety of topics including the New Teacher Experience, Bullying, The Common Core State Standards, Digital Literacy, and the Arts.The series is produced by Teaching Channel, a video platform for inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Their mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America. You can watch all of Teaching Channel's videos online at Teachingchannel.org. 
Mar 9
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Vaz Goes down the Tube/Cyber Puppy Problems An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 9
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts When Fish Fly Episode Description: Martin and Chris challenge Koki and Aviva to a contest about who has the most challenging job. In their quest to win this challenge, the gang uncovers an unlikely animal partner that could ultimately lead either team to victory...or defeat.Science Concept: First Principle of flight - how air moves over a wing to provide lift. 
Mar 9
7:00 AM
Arthur Caught in the Crosswires/Framed Caught in the Crosswires - Muffy is thrilled when mega producer J3 chooses her family for his latest reality TV project. After all, she was born to be star! But when Muffy's asked to amp up the drama between her and Bailey, she worries that she's being portrayed as a spoiled brat. Is it possible reality TV isn't as realistic as she thought?Educational Objective: Muffy learns the importance of staying true to yourself. Framed - Buster has just won the best young artist award at the Elwood City Arts Festival. Sensing his work might be worth something someday, Muffy hires Buster to paint her portrait. But can Buster satisfy his critical client? Educational Objective: Buster learns that you shouldn't compromise your values in order to please others. 
Mar 9
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 9
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 9
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 9
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 9
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Get The Kinks Out The intense forms of Camel and Bridge get the kinks out of your shoulders and back while wonderfully stretching the front of your body. Stretch the groin in a Shoulderstand variation, and calm your nerves with Alternate Nostril Breathing. 
Mar 9
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 9
10:00 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.  
Mar 9
10:30 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.  
Mar 9
11:02 AM
Mind of a Chef; The Spain Learn all about Spain's influence on David Chang's career. He visits with some of his idols — Juan Mari Arzak and Andoni Aduriz — makes fideos, salt cod omelet and a sponge cake from chef Albert Adria. 
Mar 9
11:30 AM
Taste of History Engineering A Revolution Chef Walter Staib cooks favorite European specialities: Hungarian Goulash, Cabbage Potato Stew with Kielbasa and Strawberry Tarte in honor of Polish hero,Thaddeus Kosciuszko, the 'architect' of West Point. 
Mar 9
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 9
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 9
1:00 PM
Caillou Machines! Brrrrrmmm! Caillou learns to deal with a change in plans, when Daddy has to use the car and Mommy and Caillou have to take the subway. Caillou learns that a change in plans can be fun, checking out the map, getting tickets and listening to the musicians! Caillou learns about 'recycling' -- literally! When Caillou gets an eyeful of Leo's new bicycle, he wishes his bike looked special too. So Dad helps Caillou decorate his own bike with streamers and Mom comes through with a new horn! On an autumn day, Caillou and his Mommy take a walk and pass by a construction site. Caillou loves to watch the big bulldozer and starts to pretend he is one too. When their car breaks down, the family goes shopping for a new one. Caillou has never seen so many shiny cars and especially likes the one with 'no roof' that they go for a ride in. Caillou and family go on a trip on Helen's boat, an old friend of Mom's. Caillou is surprised to find there's a whole house packed into the boat. Caillou learns about wind and sails, and even gets to steer the boat too! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn lots about different kinds of conveyances, how they are powered, their functions, some of the vocabulary that goes with each. These include the subway (and the escalator that leads up to it), the bicycle, the bulldozer, the car, of course, and most interesting of all, the one powered by wind - the sailboat. 
Mar 9
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Special Dad Day Sid is excited to play soccer with his Dad outside--but he's not excited to lather up in sunblock, because it takes way too long to put on! At school, Sid and his friends discover that sunblock is a great way to protect your skin from the sun. And they also learn about the amazing ways the sun helps the Earth. 
Mar 9
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Dome-Headed Dinosaur/Treasure Hunt Dome-Headed Dinosaur The Pteranodon kids and their dome-headed friend Spikey Stygimoloch meet a brother and sister, Patrick and Pamela Pachycephalosaurus, two dinosaurs with enormous dome heads. Spikey bonds with the Pachycephalosaurus. Patrick and Pamela are athletes who invite our kids, Mom, and Spikey along to watch them use their impressive dome heads to play a volleyball type sport called, Dome Ball. Educational Objectives Pachycephalosaurus used their thickened bony dome heads to butt against the sides of other pachycephalosaurs in order to figure out who was the biggest and strongest. Their thick, domed heads were also used for show - to help the species recognize others of its species and to compete for mates.Treasure Hunt Don has a large collection of things he's found in nature, but he's missing one hard-to-locate item - amber. On the Dinosaur Train, Don and the other Pteranodon kids find out that Gilbert is also looking for amber. At Amber Arroyo caves, Don and Gilbert separately search for and find amber, eventually bonding over their discoveries.Educational ObjectiveWhen most preschoolers think of the word "fossil," they think of ancient bones or footprints from the past. Many will be surprised to learn that a sticky substance that trees give off (resin), which functions to protect the plants from herbivores, fossilizes over millions of years and turns to amber. It often encases bits of organic material inside (insects or leaves), giving scientists an interesting window into the past. 
Mar 9
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Teeny Weeny Adventure/I See Seeds Teeny Weeny AdventureNick has spotted a tiny ladybug, but Sally has found an even smaller ant! And there's nothing smaller than an ant. Or is there? Cat takes Nick and Sally to meet a variety of single-celled creatures, the smallest anywhere! Nick and Sally soon learn that a drop of water holds a whole lot more than they ever realized!Educational Objective: Single cell organisms are the most amazing creatures you never knew were there. I See Seeds Sally and Nick are going on an adventure, but how are they going to get there? Skateboard? Train? Rocketship? They just can't decide! Until Cat suggests they see how trees send their seeds on trips. They follow different seeds as they travel through the air, float on the water and hitch rides on animals.Educational Objective: Some of the different ways the seeds from plants get spread: Maple, Gorse Bush, Burdock, and Iris Lily. 
Mar 9
3:00 PM
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. 
Mar 9
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha's Worst Best Day/ Truman's Brother Martha's Worst Best Day Why is Martha so grumpy? She's offended just about everybody with her insults. Truman figures out that she's saying the exact reverse of what she means to say. But can they figure out the cure before she ruins Grandpa Bernie's birthday party?Vocabulary(E) exactly, (in)correct, offend, reverse, contrary(I) opposite, mean(s)(t), top, backwards, bottomTruman's Brother Truman and TD both wish they had a brother. If Skits and Martha can be sort of siblings, why can't the two of them? Helen and Alice bet the boys that they can't keep the brother thing up for a week, because they don't exactly have a lot in common. Vocabulary(E) sibling, common, similar, contrast, identical(I) together, alike, twins, both, only 
Mar 9
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 9
4:30 PM
WordGirl Chuck With a Sidekick of Brent/Yarn-4-Gold Chuck With a Sidekick of BrentOnce again Chuck teams up with his successful brother, Brent who attempts to organize Chuck's robberies. But when Chuck rebels against the system he sets out to turn the city into a giant sandwich-unless WordGirl can stop him.Vocabulary Words: Accomplish, ScheduleYarn-4-GoldWordGirl and Bampy team up to take down the villainous Granny May and stop her newest criminal enterprise-exchanging gold jewelry for one-of-a-kind purple yarn replacements. Vocabulary Words: Rubbish, Swap 
Mar 9
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Mar 9
5:30 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. 
Mar 9
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Sweet on Texas Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to a Texas favorite, Tres Leches Cake. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of sweetened condensed milk. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make Magic Chocolate Flan Cake. 
Mar 9
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The South of Norway : Shellfish for Summer" Host Andreas Viestad visits Blindleia, a favorite holiday destination in Southern Norway. In this summer paradise, he goes fishing for red shrimp and gathers mussels on a bare-faced rock. He makes classic and innovative sauces for the shellfish and then creates a Norwegian-style paella. 
Mar 9
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: Pirates, Galleons & Treasure Megan sets out in the footsteps of famous mariners and renegades of the Caribbean to learn firsthand about 250 years of perilous treasure hunting and brutal competition among the Spanish, English, Dutch, French and Portuguese. These pirates were vying for gold, silver and other riches. Galleons were sunk, thousands were killed and, for centuries after the New World was discovered in 1492, it was the pirates who ruled the waves. Megan explores the legend and lore to find out how far they went to lay their hands on these treasures, how hard it was to keep, and what still remains from that extraordinary era. 
Mar 9
8:00 PM
Mineral Explorers Brazil - The Estrada Real This episode finds Nagin traveling the famed Estrada Real, or "Royal Road," exploring Brazil's rich diamond and gold history. En route he also discovers the odd formations at Chapada Diamantina National Park and the highly-coveted imperial topaz, found exclusively in Brazil. Along the way, we meet the "Laser Cowboys" who dig for long, beautiful laser quartz crystals, and one of Brazil's best-known mineral collectors who invites Nagin to view his extensive, private collection. Minerals featured in this episode: Diamonds, Quartz, Imperial Topaz 
Mar 9
8:30 PM
America From the Ground Up America's Lost Civilization 800AD-1600 Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 9
9:00 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."  
Mar 9
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What can we Learn from Alternative Gods? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 9
10:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Treating Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 9
11:00 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.  
Mar 10
12:00 AM
Backstage Pass Kevin Nichols and Blue Tuesday Hard-driving blues from Jackson, Michigan. Recorded live at BluesFest 2013 in Lansing's Oldtown district. Winners of the 2013 Capital Area Blues Society Blues Brawl, Kevin Nichols and Blue Tuesday placed into the semi-finals in the 2014 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. 
Mar 10
1:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Rusted Root The Pittsburgh-based fusion band Rusted Root brings their unique percussive jam-rock sound to the historic stage at Infinity Hall. With a highly unique sound, the band has cultivated a loyal following, selling more than 3 million albums worldwide. Originally formed in 1990, the band has been characterized as many things: a jam band, an eclectic collection, a college-radio wonder. Whatever the case, the band has been nothing but popular. With consistently sold-out tours, Rusted Root appears to be garnering the attention of more than just their loyal "Rootheads." Blending world influences from the African, Indian, and Middle Eastern traditions, Rusted Root embodies a percussion-driven rock band with heavy use of tight vocal harmony and pulsing chords. With hit songs like "Send Me on My Way" and "Dance in the Middle," Rusted Root has become an immovable facet in alternative rock. Song List "Weary Bones" "Suspicious Minds""Martyr""Dance in the Middle""Monkey Pants""Ecstasy" "Beautiful People""Send Me on My Way""Back to the Earth" 
Mar 10
2:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend hit the ground running, opening their performance at New York's General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen with "Diane Young," the first single from the Grammy-nominated album "Modern Vampires of the City." The set featured such hits as "Cousins," "A-Punk," and (especially fitting on a snowy winter's eve) "Holiday." With an audience of just 400 guests, this triumphant return to the city where the band was formed was the most intimate show Vampire Weekend has played in years. 
Mar 10
3:00 AM
Globe Trekker Special: Pirates, Galleons & Treasure Megan sets out in the footsteps of famous mariners and renegades of the Caribbean to learn firsthand about 250 years of perilous treasure hunting and brutal competition among the Spanish, English, Dutch, French and Portuguese. These pirates were vying for gold, silver and other riches. Galleons were sunk, thousands were killed and, for centuries after the New World was discovered in 1492, it was the pirates who ruled the waves. Megan explores the legend and lore to find out how far they went to lay their hands on these treasures, how hard it was to keep, and what still remains from that extraordinary era. 
Mar 10
4:00 AM
Mineral Explorers Brazil - The Estrada Real This episode finds Nagin traveling the famed Estrada Real, or "Royal Road," exploring Brazil's rich diamond and gold history. En route he also discovers the odd formations at Chapada Diamantina National Park and the highly-coveted imperial topaz, found exclusively in Brazil. Along the way, we meet the "Laser Cowboys" who dig for long, beautiful laser quartz crystals, and one of Brazil's best-known mineral collectors who invites Nagin to view his extensive, private collection. Minerals featured in this episode: Diamonds, Quartz, Imperial Topaz 
Mar 10
4:30 AM
America From the Ground Up The Fur Trade 1600-1750 Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 10
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 10
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Another Fine Mess/King Mac An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 10
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mosquito Dragon Episode Description: When Koki and Jimmy get walloped by mosquitoes in the Cypress Swamp, Aviva, Martin, and Chris go on a fact-finding adventure to find out exactly why mosquitoes try to steal our blood in the first place! Science Concept: Life Cycles of Organisms. 
Mar 10
7:00 AM
Arthur The Boy With His Head In The Clouds/More! All the kids know that George is smart-so why does he sometimes have trouble reading and writing? With a little help from others with dyslexia like Principal Haney... and Leonardo Di Vinci!... George and the gang discover that learning happens in all different ways. D.W. is thrilled to be getting an allowance. At last, she'll be rich and powerful! When she learns that Emily and the Tibbles have been already getting theirs for...well...years, D.W. is devastated. How can she remain friends with them is they have more money than she does? 
Mar 10
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 10
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 10
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 10
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 10
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Soothing Twist Give yourself a soothing back massage by moving your head and legs in opposite directions. The spinal twist is energizing, too! 
Mar 10
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 10
10:00 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.  
Mar 10
10:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Francine Prose, Part 1 This is the first part of a two-part interview focusing on the life and work of writer Francine Prose. Prose is the author of more than 20 books and works of non-fiction, including Blue Angel, A Changed Man, several young adult novels, and a controversial autobiography of Anne Frank.This first episode focuses on Prose's seminal works, leading up to her most recent novel, Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932. Prose reflects on the inspiration for her work, including topics of obsessive love, sexual harassment, gluttony, and various social trends and movements. The author also explains the historical events behind Lovers at the Chameleon Club, where she constructs "a strange, completely invented archive" based on the lives and events of real characters. Central among these is the protagonist, a transgendered woman who became a noted athlete and race car driver, and was recruited by the Nazis to torture suspects during the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. 
Mar 10
11:00 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! 
Mar 10
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 101 Early Spring On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that fits into any early spring dinner party. This recipe includes Asparagus and prosciutto; squid ink spaghetti, and stuffed Brie. 
Mar 10
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 10
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table A French Twist on Mexico A tasty look at the way French cuisine has historically influenced modern Mexican cooking, and simple techniques any American cook can manage with impressive results.Snapper in a Poblano Chile SauceBlissful Corn TorteCajeta Crêpes with Toasted Pecans 
Mar 10
1:00 PM
Caillou Step By Step! When Leo forgets his brand new toy dinosaur in the park, Daddy and Caillou go looking for it, with no success. So Caillou, with Mommy's help, puts up a Lost and Found Poster, and then, finds 'Dino' at the Park Office Lost and Found! When the washing machine needs fixing, Caillou ends up helping Bob the repairman. Inspired, Caillou helps Dad hammer a nail and glue the leg onto a wobbly stool too! Caillou accompanies Grandma to the Senior's residence where he finds out 'driving' the meal cart is more fun than driving his toy truck. Caillou even helps push Mrs. Wilson around in her wheelchair, proving to be the best driver she's ever had! When Sarah asks to borrow Caillou's wagon for her new paper route, Caillou offers to help too! Caillou, with Daddy's help, learns about getting up early, folding the papers and delivering them too. When Mom drives Sarah to her skating lesson, Caillou decides he wants to take skating lessons too! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that it takes time and patience to learn new skills or take on grown-up jobs, but there are steps on the way that help them get the job done. Looking carefully and consulting the Lost and Found helps to retrieve a lost treasure; assisting a grown-up helps in learning how to use tools; pushing a food cart and a wheel chair set the stage for becoming a driver; helping an older friend with her paper route is a good apprenticeship; skating lessons that start very slowly are the way to becoming a real skater. 
Mar 10
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Holiday Adventure Sid loves celebrating the winter holidays where he lives, because it's always sunny and warm. But this year, Sid and his family are visiting relatives where it's chilly and cold. Sid wonders why it can't be warm everywhere? At school, Sid discovers that temperatures are different all over the world! 
Mar 10
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Train Submarine: A Sea Turtle Tale/Rocket Train Dinosaur Train Submarine: A Sea Turtle TaleOur Pteranodon family is on the beach watching small eggs hatch and baby Archelon turtles emerge, and start to swim away. Our family and Mr. Conductor get into the Dinosaur Train Submarine and follow the baby Archelons who discover their own facts of nature - that their mother doesn't stay with them after they're born, and that they will grow up to be giant-sized sea turtles. Educational ObjectiveArchelon was a giant sea turtle that came out onto the beach to lay its many (hundreds of) eggs, and then left the young to fend for themselves upon hatching.Rocket TrainTiny and Buddy find out that a newer train will be riding the same tracks as the Dinosaur Train. The new train is called the Rocket Train, and its conductor is named Thurston Troodon, who was a former classmate and rival of Mr. Conductor. Thurston is very confident and boasts that the Rocket Train is newer, better, and faster than the "old Dinosaur Train." Mrs. Troodon, Thurston, and Mr. Conductor's old teacher, suggests a friendly train race. With Tiny and Buddy on board, the "old" Dinosaur Train ends up helping out Thurston and the new Rocket Train after it breaks down. Educational Objectives Proganochelys was a land-turtle from the Triassic Time Period with a strong beak, armor-covered feet and tail, and a bony shell made up of about 60 plates! The creature's neck is covered with spikes, to protect itself from predators! Proganochelys cannot pull its neck into its shell. The Triassic Time Period was generally hot and dry, and populated by small dinosaurs and amazing reptiles! 
Mar 10
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Surprise Surprise/A Howling Good Time Surprise SurpriseTry as they might, Nick and Sally just can't learn to do a somersault. Luckily Cat's friend Luis the Armadillo is the king of the roly polys! But when they find Luis, they learn that he only rolls when he gets surprised. They take turns trying to surprise him, and when they finally do, they're the ones surprised when they learn that not only can Luis roll, but he can even run underwater! Back at home, they follow Luis' advice and are now able to somersault!Educational Objective: Armadillos are amazing creatures who have a ball when it comes to self-defence! Their hard exterior armour protects them from knocks and bumps as they roll tightly into a ball to escape predators. They can also run very fast and walk underwater! A Howling Good TimeNick and Sally are pretending to be lost adventurers when Sally wonders what to do if you really do get lost. The Cat in the Hat knows a wolf pup who knows all about getting lost and found! In the Hooty Howly Woods Grayson shows them how wolves howl to communicate and to find each other. Now Sally and Nick know one thing to do if they get lost - howl for mom!Educational Objective: Wolves use howls in order to communicate and to locate one another. 
Mar 10
3:00 PM
Curious George Monkey Goes Batty/Curious George and the Balloon Hound A hole in the roof means George and the Man with the Yellow Hat must sleep in the living room while their bedrooms are being repaired. But their adventure quickly turns into a disaster when George's nightly trips to the kitchen keep the Man awake at night. Can George figure out a way to quietly find his way to the refrigerator in the dark? / George and Hundley are amazed by all the flying machines at the museum's aviation exhibit. So when Hundley's souvenir airship flies out of reach in the lobby, he dreams he is British flying ace, Leftenant Doxie. Joined by the daring flyboy Chuck Monkey, the dynamic duo use propeller power as they race towards the finish line. When Hundley awakens from his dream, he has a few new ideas on how to get his ceiling bound toy within reach. 
Mar 10
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Here's Martha!/ Dog Fight Here's Martha! Martha hosts a TV show where she helps people understand their animals better by explaining what they're saying. Unfortunately, the only viewers are Martha and her friends, so the producers try a new format, Crime Scene Doggie.Vocabulary(E) interview, conversation, understand, interpret, comprehend(I) chat, thoughts, think, mind, knowDog Fight Martha and Skits don't want to share their newest, coolest dog toy. Their bickering is driving Helen nuts, and now TD and Alice have taken sides. Can't they all just get along?Vocabulary(E) quarrel, bicker, negotiate, barter, truce(I) selfish, fight, share, (take a) turn, trade 
Mar 10
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 10
4:30 PM
WordGirl Whammer Anniversary/Rat Trap Whammer AnniversaryMr. and Mrs. Botsford leave Becky to babysit TJ so they can celebrate their anniversary at a local ice cream parlor. When the Whammer can't get the sundae he orders he starts whamming. Becky has to find a way to save her parents, babysit TJ, and keep her secret identity intact.Vocabulary Words: Glimpse, OccasionRat TrapAfter an anonymous source tips off WordGirl, Dr. Two Brains smells a rat?and his name is Hal Hardbargain! In order to get revenge, he forces Hal to create the ultimate weapon, a ray that turns superheroes into cheese! Vocabulary Words: Confiscate, Whiz 
Mar 10
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 10
5:30 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. 
Mar 10
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Get Your Chile Fix Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Green Chile Cheeseburgers at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of mayonnaise. Next, Chris shares the test kitchen's top tips on making your own burger. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to making the best Five-Alarm Chili. 
Mar 10
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Mid-Norway: Old-Fashioned Sweet Tooth" Host Andreas Viestad travels to one of the coldest places in Norway: the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Røros. The town appears frozen in time and tradition rules on the table. This episode focuses on all things sweet and old-fashioned, including iced cake, raw milk pudding and cheesecake with cloudberries. 
Mar 10
7:00 PM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 10
7:30 PM
Life on the Line Anchoring Hope The desire to overcome is at the core of everyone - especially those fighting disease, facing a natural disaster, coping with a disability or battling mental illness. LIFE ON THE LINE is an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind. 
Mar 10
8:00 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Conquering Advanced Prostate Cancer The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 10
8:30 PM
Exploration Health  From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind comes two more episodes of their new series. More episodes are expected in the future.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 10
9:00 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."  
Mar 10
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Why God, Not Nothing? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 10
10:30 PM
Second Opinion Chronic Pain Management Chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. See how leading experts help patients lead more productive, less painful lives. 
Mar 10
11:00 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.  
Mar 11
12:00 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Jimbo Mathus Jimbo Mathus is best known for his heralded work leading the swing revival Squirrel Nut Zippers. As a solo artist Jimbo channels his Mississippi roots and bring's his Delta influenced sound to Sun Studio for this episode with an intimate set that includes "Let Me Be Your Rocker" and "In the Garden." 
Mar 11
12:30 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Will Sexton Austin bred Will Sexton has songwriting credits that range from Waylon Jennings to Stephen Stills. In this episode, joined by Amy LaVere and Allison Mosshart [from Jack White's band Dead Weather], Will performs several of his latest songs and talks about his approach to songwriting. 
Mar 11
1:00 AM
Front And Center Preservation Hall Jazz Band FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Mar 11
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Charly Fasano feat. Malamadre with Timmi Lasley SOUNDS ON 29TH showcases some of Colorado's finest talent! This episode features Charly Fasano, a multimedia artist and poet from Denver who combines poetry, block printing, spoken word and film to present a rich storytelling experience. Malamadre brings together a diverse vision of artistic experience and influences. They are joined by the fabulous comedian Timmi Lasley. 
Mar 11
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Adam Lopez & His Rhythm Review with Christie Buchele SOUNDS ON 29TH showcases some of Colorado's finest talent. In this episode, Adam Lopez & His Rhythm Review cover diverse forms of Outlaw Rockabilly, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Honky Tonk, and more. Christie Buchele, an up-and-coming standup comic from the Mile-High city, crushes the audience with her wry, biting style that's a bit surly and really, really funny. 
Mar 11
3:00 AM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 11
3:30 AM
Life on the Line Anchoring Hope The desire to overcome is at the core of everyone - especially those fighting disease, facing a natural disaster, coping with a disability or battling mental illness. LIFE ON THE LINE is an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind. 
Mar 11
4:00 AM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Conquering Advanced Prostate Cancer The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 11
4:30 AM
Exploration Health  From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind comes two more episodes of their new series. More episodes are expected in the future.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 11
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 11
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Who Moved My Bone/Clifford the Pirate King An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 11
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Search for the Florida Panther Episode Description: When the Wild Kratts team gets an alert from a Wild Kratts kid that an injured endangered Florida Panther was just spotted off the Alligator Alley highway, the team springs into rescue mode. Science Concept: What is a Predator? 
Mar 11
7:00 AM
Arthur Rhyme For Your Life/For Whom The Bell Tolls While struggling to write a poem for his mom, Binky falls asleep and gets trapped in Verseberg... where it's a crime not to rhyme! After tangling with the big purple orange and meeting poet William Carlos Williams, Binky finally escapes this curse-but will he be able to stop speaking in verse?? D.W. lost her voice! For Arthur it's a dream come true...until Mom asks Arthur to take care of D.W., and he finds himself at the mercy of a bad mime with a cowbell. Will Arthur spend the rest of his life at D.W.'s beck and call, endlessly fetching ginger ale and playing Crazy-eights? 
Mar 11
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 11
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 11
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 11
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 11
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Yoga Glow WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Mar 11
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Mar 11
10:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 11
10:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 11
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Baja Beach House Cooking" Rick introduces viewers to some of Los Cabos top chefs and their restaurants then cooks dinner for them at a luxurious beach house. Margarita Carrillo, chef/owner of Don Emiliano Restaurant in San Jose del Cabo, joins Rick to purchase the local cabrillo fish and to visit Tamarindo's Farm for organically grown produce. Rick makes a tamarind chile sauce to go with his fish and eggplant course. Margarita makes her special tomatillo tart for dessert. Together they cook chocolate clams on the beach with their guests. At dinner, Rick, Margarita and the local chefs discuss the philosophy of cooking for people and the meaning of dining together. 
Mar 11
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 102 Early Summer On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that fits into any early summer backyard dinner party. This recipe includes, Buratta Olive oil, poached salmon, accompanied with apricots. 
Mar 11
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Close to Home" Cheese artistry; in Piedmont, three quick recipes from Mama Maria-Summer: Bagna Cauda, Herb Fritters and Summer Salad; Vic tries organic beekeeping; Branzino (Mediterranean Sea Bass) and Organic Honey; Tuscan Chicken Salad. 
Mar 11
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Easy Comfort Food Simple, easy, home-style cuisine that you'd find in just about any Mexican home, recreated for the American kitchen. This meal was Pati's favorite "everyday" meal growing up in Mexico, and one she regularly makes for her own family today. She's proud to share the steps so that you can enjoy it, too!Dressed-up Chicken MilanesaChayote Squash and Pickled Onion SaladChunky Chipotle Mashed Potatoes 
Mar 11
1:00 PM
Caillou New Places and New Things! Caillou and family go on a trip on Helen's boat, an old friend of Mom's. Caillou is surprised to find there's a whole house packed into the boat. Caillou learns about wind and sails, and even gets to steer the boat too! When Mom and Dad are getting ready to go out to a restaurant, Caillou doesn't understand why he can't go too! He's disappointed until Julie the babysitter suggests they make their own restaurant, complete with menus! When Caillou accidentally breaks one of his toys because his room is a mess, Mom suggests a way to make cleaning up fun: with colourful stickers and a chart. Now Caillou and Rosie get to pick out their very own stickers for brushing their teeth and cleaning up the toys in their bedrooms! When Caillou dresses himself, he learns that when you put your pants on backwards, you can change and put them on right. When he sees Dad and Grandpa in suits and ties for a big party, he changes into his grownup clothes too. Jonas, a friend of Dad's and a real cowboy, has invited the family to visit his ranch. Caillou had never met a real cowboy before. Caillou learns a lot about horses; he gets to brush a pony named Lucky, he even gets his very own cowboy hat! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn to look forward to new experiences. They bring brand new sights and sounds, new information, new words, new skills, new self-confidence. Caillou's new experiences offer lots of learning: a trip to a sailboat gives a really good look at life on a boat, provides safety tips; a new baby-sitter introduces a new game; a new kind of chart proves an aid to clean-up; learning to put on his own clothes gives Caillou a chance to choose the most appropriate clothes to wear to a celebration; and a trip to a ranch teaches lots about the care and feeding of horses. 
Mar 11
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid The Wind Did It Sid can't figure out who messed up the pile of leaves he raked up in the backyard. At school, Sid and his friends discover that wind is strong enough to make sand dunes, waves, move sail boats, and even blow away a pile of leaves! 
Mar 11
2:00 PM
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. 
Mar 11
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Secret Super Digger/Pucker Up and Blow Secret Super DiggerSally is trying to grow a flower for her mom, but it just won't grow. Time to see Finola! At Finola's Farm, she introduces Cat, Sally and Nick to her secret super digger - Diggery the earthworm. Diggery shows them how plant roots need water, air, and compost, which Diggery helps to make. Sally's flower is sure to grow once she gets some of her own secret super diggers to help!Educational Objective: How worms supply nutrients to plants with their castings (compost), as well as how their tunnels enrich the soil with air and water. Pucker Up and BlowNick and Sally are trying to whistle but they just can't seem to get it right! The Cat takes them to visit his friend, Rocky the Winter Wren, who is an expert whistler. Rocky, and his son Ricky, offer this advice: if you want to whistle, start with one note and practice.Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the call and songs of the winter Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) and to demonstrate that one needs to practice to learn how to whistle. 
Mar 11
3:00 PM
Curious George Curious George Flies a Kite/From Scratch Curious George Flies a Kite: A gusty morning at the country house leads George to experiment with aerodynamics. In the wind, birds soar, ping-pong balls roll, and bricks don't move at all. But the best thing of all for a windy day is a kite. George, with the not-so-willing assistance of Jumpy Squirrel, discovers the wonders and the perils of kite flying. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore how wind makes things move.From Scratch: Gnocchi, the cat, is accused of scratching the booths in Chef Pisghetti's restaurant. To prove Gnocchi's innocence (and eat cannoli), George decides to mount an investigation. Using his scientific inquiry skills, he observes the differences between the scratches Gnocchi makes with her claws and the scratches left on the booth and shows that his friend was wrongfully accused. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop skills in problem solving and inquiry. 
Mar 11
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks The Puppy Tooth Fairy/Martha's Blue Period The Puppy Tooth FairyMartha is hit with a stark realization: the Tooth Fairy doesn't like dogs. Determined to right a wrong, Martha and Skits bound boldly into the night as the Puppy Tooth Fairies. The problem is puppies lose a lot of teeth. So do kittens and elephants and...*gulp*...whales? Martha's Blue PeriodIt's impossible. It's unthinkable. It's unbearable. Helen is leaving Martha and going to art camp. Full of separation anxiety, Martha's melancholy clouds even her ability to help T.D. take off his shoes. Feeling blue without her companion, Helen pours her feelings into her paintings. 
Mar 11
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 11
4:30 PM
WordGirl WordGirl and Bobbleboy/Crime in the Key of V WordGirl and BobbleboyTJ decides to make and sell his own WordGirl bobblehead dolls at all of her crime scenes. Unfortunately, the booming sales distract WordGirl so much that she loses her battle with Chuck! Will the bobblehead dolls put WordGirl out of business?Vocabulary Words: Bobble, SouvenirCrime in the Key of VDetermined to be the best at everything, the villainous Victoria Best sets out to be the best superhero in the city and put WordGirl out of commission for good. When Victoria captures Amazing Rope Guy with her tractor beam eyes will WordGirl have to settle for second best? Vocabulary Words: Exceptional, Meddle 
Mar 11
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 11
5:30 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. 
Mar 11
6:00 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. 
Mar 11
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Northern Norway/Italy: Dry but Tasty" Codfish ranks among Norway's most important exports. Host Andreas Viestad follows the codfish from its origin near the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway to the table in Italy. 
Mar 11
7:00 PM
Great Conversations Chris Matthews Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 11
8:00 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Sacred Cow: Defending America on a Budget America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 11
8:30 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 11
9:00 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."  
Mar 11
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Does God's Knowledge Ruin Free Will? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 11
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Sleep Problems Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 11
11:00 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.  
Mar 12
12:00 AM
Jubilee Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out/Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 12
1:00 AM
Classic Gospel Goodman Revival: Songs in the Key of Happy Goodman Revival, a newly formed trio with roots in the legendary Happy Goodman Family, capture the musical styles and heritage that have endeared them to gospel music fans around the world. Seasoned Christian music veterans Tanya Goodman Sykes, Michael Sykes and Johnny Minick have put their signature twist on some of gospel music's timeless hits and Goodman classics along with their debut of Songs in the Key of Happy. 
Mar 12
2:00 AM
Song of the Mountains Country Classics / Sweet Potato Pie / Tone Blazers SONG OF THE MOUNTAINS showcases the best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began. Performances are held at the beautifully restored Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Hosted by Tim White.The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., was originally built in 1929. The theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. It is one of only three existing Mayan Revival-style theatres in America. Once known as the "finest showplace in Southwest Virginia," The Lincoln has been restored to its former grandeur, now fully accentuated by state-of-the-art computerized sound and lighting systems. Winner of Bronze Telly.  
Mar 12
3:00 AM
Great Conversations Chris Matthews Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 12
4:00 AM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Sacred Cow: Defending America on a Budget America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 12
4:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 12
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 12
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Clifford's Cookie Craving/Jetta's Friend Clifford's Cookie Craving - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend Mr. Bleakman bakes a giant cookie for the Birdwell Fair, then leaves it unattended. Clifford gets one whiff of it and, try as he might, simply can't resist the temptation to taste it. Mr. Bleakman forgives the Big Dog when he realizes that everyone makes mistakes - including the mistake of leaving too big of a temptation in front of a child. Jetta's Friend - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend When her pen pal visits the island, nothing goes as Jetta planned, but to her own surprise, she has fun anyway! 
Mar 12
6:30 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 
Mar 12
7:00 AM
Arthur Binky's Music Madness/Brain Freeze Binky's Music Madness - Everyone loves the Bang on a Can All-Stars, a funky experimental music group that's touring around Elwood City. Everyone that is, except Binky. A musical purist, Binky thinks their nontraditional sound is just a bunch of noise and sets out to prove it. Will Binky succeed...or is he headed for treble?Educational Objective: Binky learns the importance of being open-minded. Brain Freeze - A new ice cream shop has just opened up across the block. With whimsical flavor names, futuristic furniture, and a cute mascot named Puk Puk, Yumbobo is threatening to put Brain's shop out of business. It's gonna be a rocky road...Educational Objective: Brain learns that gimmicks are no match for hard work...and a little ingenuity. 
Mar 12
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 12
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 12
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 12
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 12
9:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stand Tall WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Mar 12
9:30 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. 
Mar 12
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 12
10:30 AM
Overheard with Evan Smith S.C. Gwynne, Journalist & Author S. C. Gwynne is a best-selling author and journalist, whose most recent book Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson is a finalist for the 2014 National Book Critics Circle Award. His 2010 book Empire of the Summer Moon was a New York Times best-seller and was a finalist for both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. 
Mar 12
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca's Most Magical Holiday Rick takes us on a remarkable journey through Oaxaca City during the revered Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) holiday. We discover that in Mexico, death is embraced as part of the circle of life. During the holiday, people welcome home the spirits of their ancestors who come to commune with their families and friends. Like all visitors, the ancestors are welcomed with food, drink, music and memories. The spirit's presence is a blessing and brings joy to loved ones. 
Mar 12
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 103 Midsummer On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that fits into your summer backyard dinner party plans. This recipe includes Endive gnocchi and raspberry tart for dessert. 
Mar 12
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Going Deep" A walk through Napoleon's ancient wine tunnels; terroir - how wine gets its flavor; experimental vineyards produce new superstars; Roasted Cauliflower Salad; Canederli (Tyrolean dumplings). 
Mar 12
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Mexican-Style Kids' Party Fun, kid-friendly and (mostly!) finger food that you'd find at a children's party in Mexico, adapted for American parties at home. A special guest shows up to make dessert!Crazy CornChicken FlautasChocolate and Cajeta Cupcakes 
Mar 12
1:00 PM
Caillou I Love to Pretend! Mom and Rosie go to the store; Caillou stays at home with his Daddy, and has a lot of fun imitating him and helping him with the chores. When Sarah shows Caillou and Leo her new remote controlled robot, the boys get a great idea to be robots too! They have fun taking turns 'controlling' each other with their own remote control. Leo comes over to play at Caillou's house. They have fun pretending to be bears until Sarah shows up wearing a GY (white Karate outfit). Sarah introduces Caillou and Leo to Karate and demonstrates a few moves. Later, Caillou wants to play with his animal cards but they have disappeared. A search soon reveals that Rosie has been playing with them, scattering them around the house. Caillou's new mission: to find them! So Caillou and Rosie head out on a safari, working together to find the animal cards. When Caillou visits Clementine, he is impressed to see Billy practicing on a Tuba. Soon, Billy's marching band mates arrive to practice. Clementine and Caillou make their own pretend horns with cardboard tubes. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that pretending is fun, is a way of showing admiration, a way of reliving interesting experiences, is a way of compensating for things you can't do in real life and a way of rehearsing for more grown-up activities and a way for making chores interesting. 
Mar 12
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid the Weatherman Sid wants to be a weatherman so he can decide what the weather will be every day. Sid and friends investigate weather and learn that weathermen don't control the weather, but they do have to know all about rain, sun, wind, and hot and cold temperatures! 
Mar 12
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Valley of the Stygimolochs/Tiny Loves Fish "Valley of the Stygimolochs"Buddy wonders if he'll grow horns when he gets older, so Mrs. Pteranodon takes him to visit some dinosaurs called Stygimoloch, who have really impressive horns. "Tiny Loves Fish" After Mr. Pteranodon teaches the kids his fishing method, Buddy and Tiny work together as a team to catch fish in the Big Pond. 
Mar 12
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Sniff and Seek/Aye Aye! Sniff and SeekNick's most favorite smell is chocolate chip cookies! But what is Sally's? She's not sure. What better way to find out than by playing sniff and seek with a skunk! Cat introduces Nick and Sally to Whiffy, and in the adventure of finding Sally's favorite smell they discover how good Whiffy is at protecting himself with his very own special smell.Educational Objective: Skunks spray a strong, unpleasant scent when threatened. Aye Aye!Nick and Sally are making Halloween masks, but they want to make them really scary. Cat takes them to meet Aiya, the Aye Aye, in the forest of Spookywoowoo. Aiya shows them, that even though he may look scary - his big ears, huge eyes and long fingers help him to find food. And now Nick and Sally know just how to make their masks scary!Educational Objective: The Aye Aye may look weird and scary with his big ears, teeth, long finger and kooky eyes, but is a fantastic, fun creature adapted to its environment and nothing to be frightened of. 
Mar 12
3:00 PM
Curious George Zeros to Donuts/Curious George, Stain Remover Zeros to Donuts: When George learns about the meaning and power of zero, he is ready to test out his knowledge. The perfect opportunity arises when he's sent to the donut shop for one dozen donuts. But when he adds a couple of zeros, he's surprised to find out he gets one hundred dozen. Now he has to figure out what to do with all those extra donuts before The Man with the Yellow Hat notices. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop an initial understanding of the importance of zero and the relative magnitude of numbers with a zero.Curious George, Stain Remover: George spills grape juice on the new rug and needs to figure out a way to clean it up before The Man with the Yellow Hat returns! Too much soap and too much water make matters worse. With the help of the barnyard animals (and some simple engineering), George uses the Renkins' water pump to clean up the mess. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate how to move heavy objects using simple engineering. 
Mar 12
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Therapy Dog/ Martha's Duck Trouble Therapy Dog Martha becomes a hospital therapy dog, spreading cheer among the patients. But trouble brews when Mrs. Demson, who claims a horrible allergy to dogs, is admitted for an invisible rash. Can Martha sneak in to help the other patients without Mrs. Demson knowing?Vocabulary(E) therapy, patient, cheer, relief, treatment(I) hospital, rash, pain, doctor, nurseMartha's Duck Trouble Ralph, the wounded duck from the lake, has settled in at Martha's house to convalesce. Pretty soon, it feels like the duck is taking over. How long does it take for a duck's wing to heal anyway? Is it possible that Ralph has gotten a little too comfortable?Vocabulary(E) mend, heal, fake, mood, spirits(I) feel, worse, glum, down, low 
Mar 12
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 12
4:30 PM
WordGirl Where Have All the Villains Gone?/Captain Tangent Returns Where Have All the Villains Gone?Ms. Question comes up with a brilliant plan to get rid of WordGirl: eliminate all of the city's villains so WordGirl is no longer needed. Will Ms. Question be able to keep WordGirl away? Or will a villian-less city need her after all.Vocabulary Words: Eliminate, EntireCaptain Tangent Returns With hopes of having an article published in the Big City Times, Scoops decides to go undercover and become part of Captain Tangent's pirate crew. After leaking Captain Tangent's plans to rob a vessel, will WordGirl make it time to save the day?Vocabulary Words: Vessel, Publish 
Mar 12
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 12
5:30 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. 
Mar 12
6:00 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. 
Mar 12
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "West Coast of Norway: All Is Well - If There Is Herring" Host Andreas Viestad travels along the West coast of Norway, an area settled around the rich herring fisheries. Inspired by history, Andreas demonstrates how to make Scandinavian-style herring. 
Mar 12
7:00 PM
Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Quilts 101 - Antique and Contemporary Quilts What is a quilt? This episode introduces the audience to the brave new world of the American quilt, where that question has many different answers. If a 'real' quilt is a three layer fabric sandwich sewn together and folded over a bed, how do we define the quilt that is an amalgamation of fabric, photography, print making and other media, and hangs on a gallery wall? Our experts contribute varying perspectives, setting the stage for the complexity of the series' larger topic: Why quilts matter and how they relate to history, art and politics. This episode also takes a look at judgments of quality in the quilt world. Learn what makes one antique quilt more valuable and important than another, and why contemporary quilts are judged by a very different set of standards. To close the episode, experts provide practical suggestions for quilt fans who want to develop their 'eye' for a great quilt. In short, its Quilts 101, and the perfect introduction to a surprisingly complex subject. 
Mar 12
7:30 PM
Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Quilts Bring History Alive We all wonder how people really thought, dressed, traveled, and behaved in generations past, and we need only to look to quilts to find out. Since quilts were made—not by artisans—but by ordinary women whose lives they closely reflect, they are fonts of information about the people and periods they represent. In this episode we will explore the quilt's unique ability to preserve, not only our own family histories, but the history of America beyond the reach of memory. Join host Shelly Zegart as she analyzes quilts from two centuries up to the present, extracting information about everything from the state of transportation to the prevalence of smoking in their makers' world. 
Mar 12
8:00 PM
Rising Tide: A Story of Miami Artists Miami is in the middle of a cultural explosion. Filmed during the lead up to Art Basel Miami Beach in 2011, Rising Tide is a story about the visual artists who live and work in this emerging art city. Featuring Jen Stark, the TM Sisters, Venessa Monokian, Funner Projects, Brookhart Jonquil and gallery owner Brook Dorsch, this documentary takes you inside the working worlds of these unique creative talents and serves as the perfect introduction to the history and trajectory of Miami's creative development. 
Mar 12
9:00 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."  
Mar 12
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What Limits God's Freedom? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what is the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 12
10:30 PM
Second Opinion Medical Radiation Utilizing a CT or "CAT" scan has proven to be an effective diagnostic tool for phyisicans. Yet one scan can deliver the same radiation as 442 chest X-rays or 74 mammograms. See how doctors weigh the benefits of medical imagery with the potential risks posed by ionizing radiation. 
Mar 12
11:00 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.  
Mar 13
12:00 AM
Classic Gospel Heaven Theologians, philosophers, songwriters, poets, authors, painters, fathers, mothers and children have attempted to capture Heaven's awe-inspiring beauty in words or pictures for centuries. Bill Gaither and the Homecoming Friends ponder the question of the ages through songs about Heaven. Songs include When They Ring Those Golden Bells, Beautiful Isle of Somewhere and One Day. 
Mar 13
1:00 AM
Jubilee The Boxcars/The Skip Cherryholmes Quintet/The Chapmans Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 13
2:00 AM
Classic Gospel The Best of the Booth Brothers Hosted by Bill Gaither, this show features this dynamic trio's best-loved performances. Woven into this musical scrapbook are never-before-seen interviews with Michael Booth, Ronnie Booth and Jim Brady. With heart and humor, this special episode offers an unprecedented glimpse into the lives, the souls and the musical journey of The Booth Brothers. 
Mar 13
3:00 AM
Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Quilts 101 - Antique and Contemporary Quilts What is a quilt? This episode introduces the audience to the brave new world of the American quilt, where that question has many different answers. If a 'real' quilt is a three layer fabric sandwich sewn together and folded over a bed, how do we define the quilt that is an amalgamation of fabric, photography, print making and other media, and hangs on a gallery wall? Our experts contribute varying perspectives, setting the stage for the complexity of the series' larger topic: Why quilts matter and how they relate to history, art and politics. This episode also takes a look at judgments of quality in the quilt world. Learn what makes one antique quilt more valuable and important than another, and why contemporary quilts are judged by a very different set of standards. To close the episode, experts provide practical suggestions for quilt fans who want to develop their 'eye' for a great quilt. In short, its Quilts 101, and the perfect introduction to a surprisingly complex subject. 
Mar 13
3:30 AM
Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Quilts Bring History Alive We all wonder how people really thought, dressed, traveled, and behaved in generations past, and we need only to look to quilts to find out. Since quilts were made—not by artisans—but by ordinary women whose lives they closely reflect, they are fonts of information about the people and periods they represent. In this episode we will explore the quilt's unique ability to preserve, not only our own family histories, but the history of America beyond the reach of memory. Join host Shelly Zegart as she analyzes quilts from two centuries up to the present, extracting information about everything from the state of transportation to the prevalence of smoking in their makers' world. 
Mar 13
4:00 AM
Rising Tide: A Story of Miami Artists Miami is in the middle of a cultural explosion. Filmed during the lead up to Art Basel Miami Beach in 2011, Rising Tide is a story about the visual artists who live and work in this emerging art city. Featuring Jen Stark, the TM Sisters, Venessa Monokian, Funner Projects, Brookhart Jonquil and gallery owner Brook Dorsch, this documentary takes you inside the working worlds of these unique creative talents and serves as the perfect introduction to the history and trajectory of Miami's creative development. 
Mar 13
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 13
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Fishing Lessons/No Baths for Cleo An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 13
6:30 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. 
Mar 13
7:00 AM
Arthur The Good Sport/Crushed When the Athlete of the Year Award doesn't go to Francine, she makes no effort to hide her hurt feelings from Jenna, the recipient. Michelle Kwan, world champion figure skater and graduate of Lakewood Elementary (who knew?), guest stars to teach Francine about good sports(wo)manship. Arthur can't believe his parents are hiring a babysitter-he's 8-years-old! Besides, babysitters are b-o-r-i-n-g! But 16-year-old Sally MacGill's favorite hobbies are eating ice cream and playing the Dark Bunny VI: Curse of the Moomy videogame, and now all Arthur can think is...WOW! 
Mar 13
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 13
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 13
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 13
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 13
9:00 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. 
Mar 13
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Exercise is Fun Mary Ann focuses on fun and functional exercises set to some of her favorite music. 
Mar 13
10:00 AM
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.  
Mar 13
10:30 AM
This is America & the World Latin America Roundtable Part I This week Dennis Wholey speaks with 4 experts on Latin America from leading Washington think tanks. Their conversation examines what is on the horizon for Latin America, what has gone unnoticed as the media has focused elsewhere and what these experts have found after devoting their careers to the region. Guests include Harold Trinkunas (Brookings), Amb. Roger F. Noriega (American Enterprise Institute), Vanessa Cárdenas (Center for American Progress) and Juan Carlos Hidalgo (Cato Institute). 
Mar 13
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca's Live-Fire Cooking Everything tastes better cooked over a wood or charcoal fire - at least that's the Oaxacan credo. From soup to barbacoa, burning embers influence the flavor of Oaxaca's food in just the right ways. For starters, Rick guides us through the "taco corridor" at the 20 de Noviembre market just off the main square in Oaxaca. We can almost taste the richly-burnished chiles and onions as they grill alongside super-thinly sliced beef and pork and robust chorizo sausages. Then we see hot rocks plucked from the glowing embers and dropped into hot soup for making caldo de piedra (stone soup), a specialty from the village of San Felipe Usila. La Capilla, a campestre (open air) restaurant, in the town of Zaachilla, has served lamb and goat barbacoa for more than 47 years. Rick's so enamored with the process of burying the chile-seasoned meat in glowing embers that he creates his own version on the backyard grill. Served with Oaxacan pasilla tomatillo salsa, there's meat, fire and smoke in every bite. 
Mar 13
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 104 Late Summer Say goodbye to summer! Chef Ian prepares great recipes that will impress guests at your end of summer barbeque. Today's recipes include tomato egg, bass "w'bean" and melon, and for dessert, bread pudding. 
Mar 13
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Popping the Cork" Yeast in sparkling wines; Michelin star Chef Christina DiRenaudi's Plin recipe; Pomodoro sauce; Chicken Valdarnese. 
Mar 13
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Fonda Favorites These home-style dishes are a staple at the small restaurants known as "fondas" in Mexico — and delicious inspiration for busy cooks in American homes today. Make them once, and they'll become a simple but special treat in your own kitchen.Meatballs in Chipotle Sauce (Albóndigas)White Rice and Fried PlantainsTres Leches Cake 
Mar 13
1:00 PM
Caillou The World Around Me! Caillou is excited when Miss Martin takes him and his friends to the park for some special activities. They have a beanbag race, but the rules are not easy to grasp, and the kids have a few comical mishaps in the process. Caillou discovers that you don't always have to win to be proud of yourself. Grandma has given Caillou a special spaceship plate. Caillou loves it so much that he carries it everywhere with him and he wants to eat every meal from it. After finding a photograph of a four-year-old Dad with a model train set, Caillou and Dad decide to look for it in Grandpa's basement. After a while, they finally find it and set it up to test it out. Grandma captures the moment in a photograph which Caillou decides to put in the photo album beside the old picture of Dad. When Caillou spots a dog house outside he gets the idea that Gilbert might like a house of his own. Caillou finds a cardboard box and some crayons and with Gilbert's help, he decides how to decorate the house. Grandma takes Caillou on a special visit to a sheep farm. There, Mary, a 10-year-old girl, takes Caillou on a tour, teaching him about sheep, sheering, and the spinning of wool. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children's attention is drawn to all the places they get to explore and all the experiences they have there- the neighborhood playground, their own kitchen, grandma's basement and the toys that their daddy used to play with, the natural world all around them with birds and bugs and animals; and, if they are as lucky as Caillou, a trip to a sheep farm - where they see how the sheep's wool is spun into yarn. 
Mar 13
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Get Up and Move! Sid is super excited, because teacher Susie announced that today is full of surprises-healthy surprises! First the class walks to a local park where they get to run around and play outside in the fresh air! Susie teaches the kids how to do yoga, and when it's snack time, the kids get another special surprise-they get to pick fresh vegetables from a community garden! Yum! Next, Susie teaches the kids her favorite childhood game-Red Light, Green Light! It's a great way to move your body, and it's fun! Back home, Sid tells his Mom about his amazing day, and Mom is inspired to plant a garden in the backyard. Sid then comes up with a new family tradition-taking a walk every day together! It's easy to do and it's a fun, healthy way to move your body!(Educational Objective - Exercise and Healthy Eating) 
Mar 13
2:00 PM
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. 
Mar 13
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Rumbly Tumbly/Planet Name Game Rumbly TumblyNick's hungry tummy is rumbling! But why do our stomachs make noises when they're hungry? A super shrunken trip into Thing One's stomach will show them the answer! They learn how chewing and stomach juices help to break down the food, and the tummy sounds are actually the stomach working. When your tummy is empty, the sounds are much louder! There's only one way to quiet Nick's rumbly tumbly... a chewy chocolate chunky chunk chip cookie!Educational Objective: How the stomach works and what makes the rumbly tummy noise.Planet Name GameNick and Sally have run out of things to name in the garden. Good thing Cat needs help putting his model of the solar system back together - they can help him name the planets! Off in the Space-a-ma-racer they go on a whirlwind trip around the universe, learning the names of the seven planets as they go.Educational Objective: To learn the order and names of the planets in our solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune! 
Mar 13
3:00 PM
Curious George Curious George On Time/Curious George's Bunny Hunt Curious George On Time: After accidentally breaking Professor Wiseman's cuckoo clock, George decides to explore the inside of the BIG library clock to see how it works. When the big clock stops working too, Mr. Reloj, the local clockmaker, comes to the rescue. With Mr. Reloj's help, George discovers how to use various tools to make the clocks tick again. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To illustrate how to use tools. To introduce the concept of gears and how they change the direction of motion.Curious George's Bunny Hunt: In the country, George falls in love with neighbor Bill's new pet bunnies. They are so irresistible that when Bill leaves to do his paper route, George just has to pet one. But as soon as he opens the bunny hutch, they all escape. By following their footprints and careful counting, George restores order and returns the missing bunnies to their home. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that different animals make different tracks. To encourage problem solving and demonstrate counting. 
Mar 13
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Truman's Secret/ Skits Monkeys Around Truman's Secret Where has Truman been and why is he acting so weird? He's hiding in the garage, lurking in the shadows. He finally agrees to tell the whole gruesome story, but will it be too horrible for them to bear? Vocabulary(E) appearance, self-conscious, mortified, flaw, vain(I) picture, horrible, barber, photo, haircutSkits Monkeys Around Skits loves to watch Malcolm, the blue monkey on TV. In fact, he loves Malcolm so much he wants to be Malcolm, and he starts wearing a polka dot bowtie. Martha is mortified to be seen with him in public. How long is this phase going to last-or could it be permanent?Vocabulary(E) phase, temporary, outgrow, imitate, (im)mature(I) copy, same, babyish, younger 
Mar 13
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 13
4:30 PM
WordGirl Have Snob, Will Travel/Tobey's Playground Calamity Have Snob, Will TravelUnable to choose the most valuable items to steal, The Butcher kidnaps Reginald the jeweler and uses him for his knowledge of fine artifacts. Amidst a fence painting contest, Becky must put her paint brush down so that WordGirl can rescue Reginald and stop the Butcher's stealing spree.Vocabulary Words: Formal, FretTobey's Playground CalamityMs. Davis holds a recycling fundraiser contest to raise money for a new playground, which was destroyed by villains over the weekend. It will be dedicated in honor of the winner. Will Becky finally be recognized for her merits over WordGirl? Or will Tobey and his evil robots destroy the city in his quest to win?Vocabulary Words: Dedicate, Calamity 
Mar 13
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 13
5:30 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. 
Mar 13
6:00 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. 
Mar 13
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Coast of Mid Norway: Shellfish Eldorado" Host Andreas Viestad visits some of the richest fish banks in mid-Norway and then prepares a seafood dish with native scallops, crabs and lobster. The region also holds some of the most modern aquaculture for salmon and mussels — and Andreas makes the most of these ingredients. 
Mar 13
7:00 PM
FLEECED: SPEAKING OUT AGAINST SENIOR FINANCIAL ABUSE FLEECED: SPEAKING OUT AGAINST SENIOR FINANCIAL ABUSE examines the timely yet often under-reported topic of elder financial exploitation.Nearly 7.3 million older Americans — one of every five adults over the age of 65 — have fallen victim to various scams and predatory lending practices, including identity theft, reverse-mortages, pyramid schemes, sweepstakes, "good-faith" payments and bank "advances." Financial losses resulting from the bilking of older adults total $2.9 billion a year, often leaving depleted retirement funds and foreclosed homes in its wake. The hard-hitting and informative documentary illuminates both the legal and illegal businesses that prey upon vulnerable senior populations. The most common scams typically originate overseas and inundate seniors with information through the mail, computer or phone. They often target the victim's hard-earned home equity with the promise of a low-risk, high-reward return-on-investment.FLEECED seeks to raise awareness about this silent crime through the real-life experiences of older adults and their families. These individuals and their families transform from victims to powerful advocates, speaking out at the local, state and national level to affect policy changes and help prevent financial abuse. The program concludes on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. where concerned citizens testify before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging about the need for financial protections for older adults. 
Mar 13
7:30 PM
The Sum Total of Our Memory: Facing Alzheimer's Together An ode to memory: Couples affected by a partner's recent diagnosis of Early Alzheimer's come to terms with their changing roles. 
Mar 13
8:00 PM
Rare Diseases, What are They?: An Exploration Health Special From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind" comes a new series of Exploration Health specials for prime time. In the U.S., a disease is considered rare if it is believed to affect fewer than 200,000 people. There are approximately 6,800 such diseases, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). So while each disease is rare, when considered together they affect nearly 30 million Americans or almost 1 in 10 people. And there are certain challenges that are shared by these patients and their families. In this one-hour special we will meet patients who are dealing with Gaucher Disease, MPS II, Chronic Granuomatous Disease and Hypoparathyroidism. We will also meet the physicians who work closely with them, to help manage life with these rare but often debilitating diseases. 
Mar 13
9:00 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."  
Mar 13
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Time at Sea Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 13
10:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind The Truth about Hepatitis C The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 30th series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 13
11:00 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.  
Mar 14
12:00 AM
Night of the Proms  Gritty blues rocker Joe Cocker opens with "You Are So Beautiful," followed by Tears for Fears power-hit, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World." Young violinist David Garrett brings an audience of 18,000 to its feet. Gary Brooker of Procol Harum sings his love anthem "A Whiter Shade of Pale." Disco diva Donna Summer delivers an energetic "Last Dance." • Joe Cocker - "You Are So Beautiful"• Tears for Fears - "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"• David Garrett - "Violin Concerto in D"• Gary Brooker (Procol Harum) - "A Whiter Shade of Pale"• Donna Summer - "Last Dance" 
Mar 14
12:30 AM
Night of the Proms  Paul Carrack opens with his soulful Mike & The Mechanics ballad, "The Living Years." En Vogue lights up the stage with their #1 R&B hit "Don't Let Go." Simple Minds electrify the audience with their pop rock anthem "Sanctify Yourself." Alan Parsons presents "Silence and I" from his famed "Eye in the Sky" album. • Paul Carrack (Mike & The Mechanics) - "The Living Years"• En Vogue - "Don't Let Go"• Simple Minds - "Sanctify Yourself"• Alan Parsons - "Silence and I" 
Mar 14
1:00 AM
Backstage Pass Funktion Funk powerhouse from Kalamazoo. Recorded live at Albert White Auditorium in East Lansing. 
Mar 14
2:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Buckwheat Zydeco Emmy- and Grammy Award-winning artist Buckwheat Zydeco and his band bring the Creole dance party to Infinity Hall. Born Stanley Joseph Dural, Jr. in 1947, Zydeco was raised in a large, musical family in Lafayette, Louisiana. "Growing up, the thing that made me happy was music," said Zydeco. "When you're listening to music or you're playing music, you got no business being sad."Zydeco's father played the accordion, but the young man originally refused to take up the instrument, dismissing the traditional zydeco music of his father's generation. He preferred playing the organ and listening to R&B. That changed in 1976, when he joined the "King of Zydeco" Clifton Chenier as a keyboard player. After learning to play the accordion, Zydeco formed his own band in 1979.For over three decades, Buckwheat Zydeco has been delighting audiences with his contemporary style of creole music. "It's based on the rhythm and blues. Whether you're playing an up-tempo song or a slow song, they always have that energy and that certain beat that go together with the music. It's always played with the washboard," says Zydeco, who plays the accordion, organ, and sings. Buckwheat Zydeco is an accomplished artist. He won an Emmy for his music in the television movie Pistol Pete: The Life And Times Of Pete Maravich and a Grammy for Best Zydeco Music Album in 2010 for Lay Your Burden Down. Zydeco also played at the closing ceremonies during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, and performed at both inaugurations for President William Jefferson Clinton. His infectious music appeals to people of all ages. In 2010, Zydeco released his second children's album, Bayou Boogie. Zydeco keeps Louisiana tradition alive with his infectious music, encouraging the audience to boogie to the Buckwheat beat.Song List"Je Parties a Paris""Buck's Going Downtown "Throw Me Something, Mister" "Walking to New Orleans" "Ya Ya" "Jackpot!" "Peace, Love and Happiness" 
Mar 14
3:00 AM
FLEECED: SPEAKING OUT AGAINST SENIOR FINANCIAL ABUSE FLEECED: SPEAKING OUT AGAINST SENIOR FINANCIAL ABUSE examines the timely yet often under-reported topic of elder financial exploitation.Nearly 7.3 million older Americans — one of every five adults over the age of 65 — have fallen victim to various scams and predatory lending practices, including identity theft, reverse-mortages, pyramid schemes, sweepstakes, "good-faith" payments and bank "advances." Financial losses resulting from the bilking of older adults total $2.9 billion a year, often leaving depleted retirement funds and foreclosed homes in its wake. The hard-hitting and informative documentary illuminates both the legal and illegal businesses that prey upon vulnerable senior populations. The most common scams typically originate overseas and inundate seniors with information through the mail, computer or phone. They often target the victim's hard-earned home equity with the promise of a low-risk, high-reward return-on-investment.FLEECED seeks to raise awareness about this silent crime through the real-life experiences of older adults and their families. These individuals and their families transform from victims to powerful advocates, speaking out at the local, state and national level to affect policy changes and help prevent financial abuse. The program concludes on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. where concerned citizens testify before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging about the need for financial protections for older adults. 
Mar 14
3:30 AM
The Sum Total of Our Memory: Facing Alzheimer's Together An ode to memory: Couples affected by a partner's recent diagnosis of Early Alzheimer's come to terms with their changing roles. 
Mar 14
4:00 AM
Rare Diseases, What are They?: An Exploration Health Special From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind" comes a new series of Exploration Health specials for prime time. In the U.S., a disease is considered rare if it is believed to affect fewer than 200,000 people. There are approximately 6,800 such diseases, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). So while each disease is rare, when considered together they affect nearly 30 million Americans or almost 1 in 10 people. And there are certain challenges that are shared by these patients and their families. In this one-hour special we will meet patients who are dealing with Gaucher Disease, MPS II, Chronic Granuomatous Disease and Hypoparathyroidism. We will also meet the physicians who work closely with them, to help manage life with these rare but often debilitating diseases. 
Mar 14
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 14
6:00 AM
Pedal America "In Search of the Raystown Ray" - Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania Learn the story of The Allegrippis Trail System at Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania as Ira David introduces mountain biking to beginners while hoping to catch a glimpse of this town's version of the Loch Ness Monster. 
Mar 14
6:30 AM
Natural Heroes Grow It's not just 'Old MacDonald' on the farm anymore. Across the U.S. there is a growing movement of college educated young people who are leaving cities to take up an agrarian life. They're discovering a strong sense of community, new ways to address a broken food system and a way to fulfill their dreams of doing something meaningful with their lives. GROW! takes a look at this new generation of sustainable farmers through the hearts and minds of passionate, idealistic and fiercely independent young growers in Georgia. They speak of both the joys and the challenges involved in tending the land. 
Mar 14
7:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Mar 14
7:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe Amsterdam Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, returns to transport public television viewers to the continent's bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countryside. In the eighth season of RICK STEVES' EUROPE, Rick rediscovers some of his favorite destinations in France, Italy, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Germany, and further abroad in the multicultural crossroads of Turkey, Israel and Palestine. Each episode contains Rick's valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical, experience-enhancing travel advice. 
Mar 14
8:00 AM
Globe Trekker Special: Art Trails of the French Riviera Kate Comer searches out the refuges and favorite playgrounds of great artists like Cezanne, Renoir, Picasso and Chagall along the extraordinary art trail of the French Riviera. Exploring the towns of Arles, Aix, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Antibes, Vence, Biot and Nice, Kate takes in the sun and peerless blue skies, the rugged mountains and sublime coastline that attracted these iconoclasts to the Riviera. 
Mar 14
9:00 AM
Curiosity Quest Goes Green Light Bulb Recycling Did you know that light bulbs can be recycled and made into new products? Join the host of Curiosity Quest Goes Green, Joel Greene as he explores the Lighting Resources facility in Texas to learn how they collect old light bulbs. Then they dump them all into an incredible machine that breaks them apart, safely collects the mercury, chops, cleans, and separates them. Lastly, Greene follows the crushed light bulb remnants to a Glass Recycled in Texas to watch the process of mixing the recycled light bulbs in with recycled glass to create gorgeous counter tops and flooring. 
Mar 14
9:30 AM
Garden Smart  Gardeners love plants - new plants, different plants, many unusual plants. But, how do we make sure we have a landscape plan, not a nursery? GardenSMART visits with an expert who struggles with these concerns but has found a great solution. Be sure to tune in. 
Mar 14
10:00 AM
Central Texas Gardener Top Tips for Growing Vegetables Fend off disaster with Trisha Shirey's top tips from her book, Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southwest. On tour, Farmshare Austin accelerates its organic mission through on-site training for aspiring young farmers. 
Mar 14
10:30 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. 
Mar 14
11:00 AM
Best of Painting Wild Places Cayo Costa, Part 1 The inviting shoreline of Florida's Cayo Costa State Park beach. In a step-by-step demonstration, Gary takes the viewer halfway through the painting process: from a drawing on watercolor paper through the creation of the painting's base foundation of colors and values. 
Mar 14
11:30 AM
Grand View  Acclaimed landscape painter Stefan Baumann's art reflects his commitment to ecology and the preservation of the natural environment. In the re-release of his series THE GRAND VIEW, Baumann hikes deep into the United States' National Parks (including Yellowstone and Sequoia National Parks in California; Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon and the Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim in Arizona), to share his passion for nature and art. In each episode, he applies the realist theory of the Old Masters into environmentally inspired paintings. Baumann's treks encompass every aspect of the park, focusing on the plants, wildlife and the geologic and human history. 
Mar 14
12:00 PM
Woodwright's Shop, The Tapered Tail Tripod Table 2 A walnut burl top and some tricky turning make tapered dovetails for the three-legged table. 
Mar 14
12:30 PM
Woodsmith Shop Cherry Bookcase Create an elegant cherry bookcase from a single sheet of plywood. The Woodsmith editors show you how easy it is. 
Mar 14
1:00 PM
New Fly Fisher    
Mar 14
1:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Mar 14
2:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Off the Beaten Path in Huatulco The majority of the people who travel to Mexico go for the beaches. Little wonder when the beaches are as pristine as Huatulco's Playa Chahué - complete with the Playa Limpia certification for cleanliness. Still, a man's gotta eat. Not content with a diet of all-inclusive resort dining, Chef Rick Bayless takes us off the beaten path to find great food and even better beaches. You'll be well-advised to follow his lead and start the day at one the local's favorite restaurants, Sabor de Oaxaca, in La Crucecita. There, Rick enjoys Salsa de Huevo (omelets in salsa) before a quick trip to Puerto Escondido for an amazing lunch of wood-fired grilled fish on the Playa Principal. Rick paddle-boards on Playa Carrizalillo, another stunning beach in Puerto Escondido, to work up his appetite for Encamaronadas (crispy, cheesy shrimp tacos). Back in Huatulco Rick enjoys an uber-fresh seafood cocktail at Grillo Marinero before stopping for a nightcap at the Quinta Real Hotel to take in the beauty of it all. 
Mar 14
2:30 PM
Christina "Trick or Treat" It's that time of year when the air is crisp and little goblins and grown up ghosts want to indulge their sweet tooth. In this class, we'll discover ways to trick your own little monsters into treating themselves to healthy sweets, from chocolate to candied apples...with a little fun magic as well! 
Mar 14
3:00 PM
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu  Culinary instructor and author Alamelu Vairavan cooks up an aromatic saucy vegetable dish called, Bell Pepper and Radish Sambhar, curried eggplant an irresistible, very easy-to make dish, and a vibrant and mildly seasoned crunchy Zuchinni with Coconut Poriyal. Show Recipes: Bell Pepper and Radish Sambhar, Curried Eggplant, Zucchini with coconut Poriyal/Carrot Raita 
Mar 14
3:30 PM
Cooking on the Wild Side  Phyllis Speer puts her special twist on the classic dish Southern Fried Quail and Gravy. She then makes Roast Goose in a Bag, with great tips to help your goose come out perfect every time. Phyllis and John Philpot are enjoying the great outdoors and grilling Ginger Grilled Chukar. 
Mar 14
4:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Short Order Breakfast Classics COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 14
4:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Easy Summer Supper Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Grilled Lemon Chicken with Rosemary. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews skillets and saucepans in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Beets with Lemon and Almonds. 
Mar 14
5:00 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. 
Mar 14
5:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals THE BIRD IS THE WORD #419: THE BIRD IS THE WORDFeeds Wed., 3/25/15 & Wed., 6/3/15Who doesn't like chicken? In a salute to our favorite bird, Sara presents two of her most loved recipes: White Bean Chicken Chili and Angry Chicken, cooked with special guest, Top Chef's Dale Talde. 
Mar 14
6:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rotten There's something rotten in David Chang's kitchen — and that's a good thing. Rotten is delicious: katsuibushi in Japan, XO sauce, rotten bananas with Chef Christina Tosi, and kimchi. 
Mar 14
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking South West of Norway / "Fat Ducks and Sweet Apples Host Andreas Viestad visits a duck farm and an old steamer on the Telemark canal, which unites costal Norway with the barren mountain regions. Andreas serves a variety of duck and local trout to combine the richness of the land with the spirit of the river. 
Mar 14
7:00 PM
After the Tsunami After the Tsunami is a 30-minute documentary film that tells the story of Indonesian college graduate students who came to US universities on scholarships following the 2004 tsunami that killed 173,000 in Banda Aceh. Former presidents Bill Clinton and George H W Bush championed the program, intended to help restore the human capital in Aceh Provence.Much of the early relief was dedicated to food, shelter and the necessities of everyday life. But while roads and houses were being rebuilt, this program allowed 75 students to go away for a brief time—so they could come home to rebuild what could not be replaced with asphalt and brick and mortar.Students are profiled during their time at the University of Arkansas and Texas A&M. The film also follows graduates who are back home in Banda Aceh working in the fields of education, agriculture, government and business. One graduate runs an orphanage for children who lost their families in the tsunami. 
Mar 14
7:30 PM
Unbreakable - A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti On January 12th, 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, bringing devastation to an already impoverished nation. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives; more than 1 million were displaced, and tens of thousands were injured—including countless children and young people who suffered the loss of limbs.Against this backdrop, two American organizations stepped in to provide aid. Facing political corruption and the threat of failure, Project Medishare successfully set up clinics for the victims, and the Knights of Columbus ensured that prosthetics limbs would be made available for every young amputee.But this was only the beginning of the story. Amidst incredible odds, a small group of earthquake victims became emboldened to defy deeply entrenched Haitian stereotypes against people with disabilities. Team Zaryen was formed,an amputee soccer team that transformed victims into beacons of hope, creating real possibilities for those attempting to rebuild their lives -including U.S. soldiers returning from wars overseas.At times a searing analysis of the post-earthquake horrors and Haiti's turbulent history, and at times a poignant sports story about overcoming insurmountable odds, Unbreakable: A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti ultimately a powerful reminder of the triumph of the human spirit, and of how the bonds of hope are oftentimes born out of the shackles of despair. 
Mar 14
8:30 PM
Song of the Dunes: Search for the Original Gypsies 'Untouchable' musicians are trapped at the bottom of India's caste system. Battling life's struggles, they keep their spirit alive through music. 
Mar 14
9:30 PM
The Naked Option THE NAKED OPTION reveals the inspiring story of an organized group of Nigerian women who use the threat of stripping naked in public, a serious cultural taboo, to make their voices heard. The courageous Emem J. Okon leads them in their perilous struggle to hold multinational oil companies accountable to the communities in which they operate. These women are taking over where men have failed, transforming their "naked power" into 21st century political action. 
Mar 14
10:30 PM
Performing Possibilities Women are the fastest growing segment of the incarcerated population in the United States. Katherine Craft, seeing a great need for gender-specific programs for incarcerated women, founded Conspire Theatre in 2009 and has been run by Craft and coconspirator Michelle Dahlenburg since 2011. Through the use of theatre, Conspire seeks to provide women prisoners a revolutionary and creative approach to healing from trauma, increasing self-esteem, becoming better parents, and improving literacy. With a deep, abiding belief in redemption, empowerment, and connection through art, the Conspire team is undergoing their most ambitious project yet. No longer satisfied with keeping their organization's work in the shadows of the penitentiary, they are taking the performances out into the public. 
Mar 14
11:30 PM
Serengeti Mara - A Memoir Comprised primarily of footage shot in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in southwestern Kenya in 1976 and updated in 2011, this documentary film by Shep Abbott tells the story in journal form of the relationship he and the film's narrator Lisa Lindblad (Abbott's wife at the time) had with the Maasai people, the traditional inhabitants of this region over the course of one year. In this one-hour film, the subject of the gradual disappearance of migratory routes for over 1 million wildebeest and zebra serves as a focal point in a much larger story about conservation and the need to balance the demands of the modern world with those of indigenous populations.The film is touchingly narrated by Lindblad, who at first celebrates, then ultimately mourns, the disappearance of the Serengeti Mara, including the neighboring traditional Maasai neighbors who are gradually evicted by the Government as the story unfolds. Mike Nichols, director of such films as "The Graduate" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf", called the film "some kind of masterpiece." It is shot in stunning 16mm color, which has since been digitized. 
Mar 15
12:30 AM
Trial by Fire: Lives Re-Forged TRIAL BY FIRE: LIVES RE-FORGED honors the courage and strength of burn survivors as they reclaim their lives and dreams after the devastation of fire. The critically acclaimed documentary follows the journeys of ordinary people who transcend their injuries and discover unexpected insights along the way — a transformed worldview, deeper interpersonal connections, and a stronger commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. 
Mar 15
1:30 AM
Echoes Of The Holocaust The Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach stands as a stark reminder and stunning symbol of anguish and tragedy. The memorial — comprised of evocative stone and bronze sculptures, a meditation garden, a reflecting pool, an eternal flame and a granite wall — honors the Holocaust's six million Jewish victims. Its centerpiece, "The Sculpture of Love and Anguish," features a giant outstretched arm tattooed with a number from Auschwitz rising from the earth, depicting the last desperate reach of a dying person. Today, some Holocaust survivors serve as docents (guides) for the memorial, sharing their stories of survival to schoolchildren, tourists and visitors from across the globe. ECHOES OF THE HOLOCAUST captures four of these intimate tours. Docents Joe Dziubak, David Schaecter, Ann Rosenheck and Morris Rosenblat relive their personal tragedies — of loved ones lost and their own private terror, pain and humiliations — and recount the occasional miracle and their eventual liberation. 
Mar 15
2:30 AM
The Labyrinth Memory, art and hell collide as an Auschwitz survivor finally confronts the horrors of his past after 50 years of silence. Marian Kolodziej was on one of the first transports to enter Auschwitz. He survived five years imprisonment and never spoke of his experience until after a serious stroke in 1993. He began physical rehabilitation by doing pen and ink drawings depicting his memories of the horrific experience at Auschwitz 50 years earlier.Marian's drawings and art installation, which he called The Labyrinth, fill the large basement of a church near Auschwitz. In the documentary, The Labyrinth, Marian takes the audience on a journey through his drawings and art installations. Through the blending of his testimony and graphic drawings, we explore the memories and nightmares that were buried for years.Marian's story of survival and persistence, of life before, during and after Auschwitz are a testament to the human spirit. Marian continued to draw and to speak about his experiences until his death in 2009.Why would a confrontation with death trigger the need to record his long-suppressed memories? Why in this graphic, metaphorical way? The Labyrinth raises these questions in a visually stunning way. This documentary is eyewitness testimony that is unique in the annals of documenting the Holocaust. Marian is Polish Catholic, who used his drawings to give testimony to the horrors of Auschwitz and whose body of work provides a testament to suffering and inhumanity. And yet, it is a story of survival and human resilience. 
Mar 15
3:00 AM
Remembered Voices History, hope, shared humanity, and the healing power of art are the lessons Omaha students experience as they encounter the story of Terezin, a Nazi concentration in Czechoslovakia. During World War Two, Terezin was used to imprison and murder many of Europe's musicians, composers, and artists. Remembered Voices follows the Omaha students as they encounter Terezin by participating in a series of art and music infused workshops. The documentary weaves together history, archival film and Terezin survivor interviews. Remembered Voices is a compelling look at how voices from the past transform us today. 
Mar 15
4:00 AM
The Soviet Story This is a story of an Allied power, which helped the Nazis to fight Jews and which slaughtered it own people on an industrial scale. Assisted by the West, this power triumphed on May 9th, 1945. It's crimes were made taboo, and the complete story of Europe's most murderous regime has never been told. Until now... 
Mar 15
5:00 AM
Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge From the Holocaust  
Mar 15
6:00 AM
Sesame Street Sesame Street-O-Saurus 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.  
Mar 15
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Strength Coordination This episode features a potpouri of movements to enhance strength and coordination. 
Mar 15
7:30 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 15
8:00 AM
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE continues its focus on overall wellness and physical fitness. This new season of 30 half-hour episodes features Miranda Esmonde-White performing her graceful, fluid and controlled method of stretching on location in Jamaica. Her total-body workout combines tai-chi, yoga, ballet, physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques, as well as stretches for a variety of muscles and ligaments. The series is ideal for anyone suffering from back, knee or shoulder pain, or for those looking to increase their energy level, enhance flexibility, reduce stress, improve posture, manage osteoporosis, strengthen muscles and tone legs, arms and abdominals.  
Mar 15
8:30 AM
Functional Fitness Walk Your Way to a Healthy Heart 1 Do you have an iron, a broom or soup cans? Then you have a home gym! Functional Fitness - Real Fitness for Real Life Challenges concentrates on training your body to cope using real life body mechanics with everyday household items. three levels of intensity are demonstrated allowing people of all fitness levels to participate. This is the only series on TV created by a licensed Occupational Therapist - Suzanne Andrews, who specializes in treating common medical conditions including diabetes, arthritis, obesity, neck and back pain and balance.  
Mar 15
9:00 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.  
Mar 15
9:30 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.  
Mar 15
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 15
10:30 AM
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.  
Mar 15
11:00 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 15
11:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Francine Prose, Part 2 This is the second part of a two-part interview focusing on the life and work of writer Francine Prose. Prose is the author of more than 20 books and works of non-fiction, including Blue Angel, A Changed Man, several young adult novels, and a controversial autobiography of Anne Frank.This second episode explores Prose's formation as a writer, her taste in books, and her thoughts on teaching literature and writing. With special focus on Reading Like a Writer: A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them, Prose addresses her lifelong and "hugely neurotic compulsion" to write. She discusses the complex artistry of literature and the constraints that often hamper creative writing instruction.Recorded at the historic Paul Peck Alumni Center at Drexel University, this episode features a rich and wide-ranging discussion along with select author readings from Reading Like a Writer. Join Paula Marantz Cohen, Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English and Program Host, as she talks with Francine Prose in this episode of The Drexel InterView. 
Mar 15
12:00 PM
CEO Global Foresight Virgin Galactic, Space Vacations Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is at the forefront of space commercialization, including in decades ahead the potential of affordable vacations in space for the masses. Experts consider their space launch technology as breakthrough innovation. CEO George Whitesides joins us to delve into the future of space travel, including the potential of going from one side of the earth to the other on a space jet in an hour or two, and the potential of having your vacation in space in the next decades, perhaps at an orbiting space hotel. 
Mar 15
12:30 PM
Take on the South "How has the South Shaped American Music?" Dr. Edgar and his guest will discuss the roots of American Music. What influence has the South had on all of America Music? Was the beginning of American music the blues, country or a mixture of both? Join Dr. Walter Edgar, Dr. William Ferris, Senior Associate Director, Center for the "How has the South Shaped American Music?" 
Mar 15
1:30 PM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 15
2:00 PM
This is America & the World Latin America Roundtable Part I This week Dennis Wholey speaks with 4 experts on Latin America from leading Washington think tanks. Their conversation examines what is on the horizon for Latin America, what has gone unnoticed as the media has focused elsewhere and what these experts have found after devoting their careers to the region. Guests include Harold Trinkunas (Brookings), Amb. Roger F. Noriega (American Enterprise Institute), Vanessa Cárdenas (Center for American Progress) and Juan Carlos Hidalgo (Cato Institute). 
Mar 15
2:30 PM
Overheard with Evan Smith David Axelrod, Political Strategist David Axelrod is a political strategist and former Senior Advisor to President Obama. He ran both of President Obama's campaigns in 2008 and 2012. He's also worked for a number of other big names in Democratic politics - Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Deval Patrick, and Rahm Emanuel, just to name a few. His memoir, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, has just been published. 
Mar 15
3:00 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 15
3:30 PM
America From the Ground Up Revolution 1775-1783 Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 15
4:00 PM
Ideas Exchange, The  Produced by BBC World News, THE IDEAS EXCHANGE pairs business leaders from around the world to discuss the current business landscape and reveal the secrets to their success. In each episode, two leading business figures — each representing a different industry — sit down for a free-flowing conversation about their experiences running a global organization. The dialogue covers broad topics from globalization to industry-specific issues. They share lessons learned, the influences behind their decisions, their major regrets, their predictions and their greatest hopes for the future. In-between, dynamic field reports capture the stories behind the success of each business.  
Mar 15
4:30 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Power to the People: The New Egypt America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 15
5:00 PM
Miller Center's American Forum Aftermath of the Endless War—How We Fought and Why We Lost So Much Gen. DANIEL BOLGER, a three-star general in Afghanistan and Iraq, and retired Lt. Col. JOHN NAGL discuss what went wrong, how war-fighting changed, how things might have been very different, and future threats to the U.S. such as the Islamic State terrorist group. 
Mar 15
6:00 PM
Great Conversations Rosanne Cash/Nick Spitzer - 2011 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 15
7:00 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.  
Mar 15
7:30 PM
Moneywise With Kelvin Boston The Art of Financial Planning A recent study revealed that Americans with financial plans felt more secure about their financial futures than Americans without financial plans. Guests Daphne Wright, a certified financial planner with LPL Financial and Rita Cheng, a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial Services, join host Kelvin Boston to talk about the necessity of financial plans. This episode also features small business development tips from the U.S. Small Business Administration. 
Mar 15
8:00 PM
InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse Carol Channing Carol Channing is truly a living legend, having starred on the Broadway stage for over 70 years and having been credited with creating such memorable characters as Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly! But arguably the most famous and endearing character she created was that of herself! She made a splash as Muzzy in the film "Thoroughly Modern Millie," but it was on talk shows, variety shows and game shows where people truly got to know her bubbly personality! Now in her 90's, she is still active and vibrant, still performing, and is heavily involved in Arts education and philanthropy. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with Golden Globe, Grammy and three-time Tony Award winner actress Carol Channing. 
Mar 15
8:30 PM
On Story Neo Noir: The Modern Day Film Noir Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) and Brian Helgeland (LA Confidential) discuss the modern day Neo Noir - a genre-bending response to the Film Noirs of the 1940s and 50s - and dissect the basic styles, impulses, themes, and tones that embrace this form of storytelling. 
Mar 15
9:00 PM
Well Read Jodi Picoult, "Leaving Time" Jodi Picoult is one of America's most popular novelists. Her novels about families and relationships have sold an estimated 14 million copies worldwide, and two of her novels, "Nineteen Minutes" and "Change of Heart," debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times hardcover fiction list. 
Mar 15
9:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Nigel Lythgoe - So You Think You Can Dance Nigel Lythgoe is the creator/producer and judge for the hit TV series So You Think You Can Dance.Our focus is on how the show revolutionized dance in America and why exposing dance in to popular culture is so important. 
Mar 15
10:00 PM
Film School Shorts Together Alone FILM SCHOOL SHORTS kicks off its new season with two Student Academy Award-winning short films: "WILL" by Eusong Lee, and "Under" by Mark Raso. Set during the attacks of 9/11, "WILL" follows a young girl who wishes she could go back in time. Visually arresting, the short animation offers a stark examination of the unstoppable nature of time. In "Under," a relapsed drug addict is persuaded by her fiancé to journey to a remote country cabin in order to clean up. After they create a makeshift shelter under a mound of ice, the unthinkable happens when they are buried alive. 
Mar 15
10:30 PM
Theater Talk "Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of The Flesh" Critic John Lahr discusses the life and work of playwright Tennessee Williams, the subject of his critically acclaimed new biography 
Mar 15
11:00 PM
Arts in Context Design Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Mar 15
11:30 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.  
Mar 16
12:00 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Mar 16
12:30 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.  
Mar 16
1:00 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.  
Mar 16
1:30 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 16
2:00 AM
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.  
Mar 16
2:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 16
3:00 AM
Drexel Interview, The Francine Prose, Part 2 This is the second part of a two-part interview focusing on the life and work of writer Francine Prose. Prose is the author of more than 20 books and works of non-fiction, including Blue Angel, A Changed Man, several young adult novels, and a controversial autobiography of Anne Frank.This second episode explores Prose's formation as a writer, her taste in books, and her thoughts on teaching literature and writing. With special focus on Reading Like a Writer: A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them, Prose addresses her lifelong and "hugely neurotic compulsion" to write. She discusses the complex artistry of literature and the constraints that often hamper creative writing instruction.Recorded at the historic Paul Peck Alumni Center at Drexel University, this episode features a rich and wide-ranging discussion along with select author readings from Reading Like a Writer. Join Paula Marantz Cohen, Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English and Program Host, as she talks with Francine Prose in this episode of The Drexel InterView. 
Mar 16
3:30 AM
CEO Global Foresight Virgin Galactic, Space Vacations Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic is at the forefront of space commercialization, including in decades ahead the potential of affordable vacations in space for the masses. Experts consider their space launch technology as breakthrough innovation. CEO George Whitesides joins us to delve into the future of space travel, including the potential of going from one side of the earth to the other on a space jet in an hour or two, and the potential of having your vacation in space in the next decades, perhaps at an orbiting space hotel. 
Mar 16
4:00 AM
Take on the South "How has the South Shaped American Music?" Dr. Edgar and his guest will discuss the roots of American Music. What influence has the South had on all of America Music? Was the beginning of American music the blues, country or a mixture of both? Join Dr. Walter Edgar, Dr. William Ferris, Senior Associate Director, Center for the "How has the South Shaped American Music?" 
Mar 16
5:00 AM
Teaching Channel Perseverance and Problem Solving Teaching Channel Presents is a groundbreaking series showcasing inspired teaching in America's K-12 classrooms. Hosted by Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year, the weekly one-hour episodes cover a wide variety of topics including the New Teacher Experience, Bullying, The Common Core State Standards, Digital Literacy, and the Arts.The series is produced by Teaching Channel, a video platform for inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Their mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America. You can watch all of Teaching Channel's videos online at Teachingchannel.org. 
Mar 16
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Vaz Goes down the Tube/Cyber Puppy Problems An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 16
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Whale of a Squid Chris and Martin are taking Aviva's sub prototype out for a test drive when it gets sucked into a battle between a Sperm whale and Giant squid, spiraling down into the depths. The brothers want to follow, but their damaged sub can't take that kind of pressure. Aviva develops whale and squid Creature Power Suits, so the brothers can go where no sub has gone before. Science Concept: Pressure is force applied to an area. 
Mar 16
7:00 AM
Arthur Cast Away/The Great Sock Mystery Arthur is thrilled when Dad invites him to go fly fishing for the weekend. Finally - an escape from D.W.! But when a change in plans forces them to include her, Arthur's had enough. Does D.W. always have to get her own way? Ever wonder where all those missing socks go? One minute they're in the laundry basket, and the next, poof!, they've vanished! Find out once and for all when Baby Kate and Pal - and some of their furry friends - team up to solve the great sock mystery. 
Mar 16
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 16
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 16
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 16
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 16
9:00 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. 
Mar 16
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Reaction Time Mary Ann shows how to use a ball to test your reaction time. 
Mar 16
10:00 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.  
Mar 16
10:30 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.  
Mar 16
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Artisan Mescal Mescal is having a real renaissance, both in Mexico and in fine cocktail emporiums all over the United States. Rick takes us on a journey to see how a small Oaxacan distiller hand-crafts this fine spirit renowned for its rich, smoky complexity and brightness. As with any great artisan product, there's always a great story. With Rick around, there's always great food, from hand-pressed memelas topped with a bright avocado salsa to vinegar-infused snacks. We learn to sip mescal with fresh oranges and sal de gusano - chile-spiked salt. At home, Rick guides us through a mescal tasting and a host of snacks for a do-it-yourself mescal cocktail party. 
Mar 16
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 105 Early Winter On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that will help welcome the winter season. This recipe includes, Tuna Crudo, chicken, strawberries and mascarpone. 
Mar 16
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "The Best Ingredients" A visit to Barolo Grand Cru vineyards; Michelin star Chef Stefano Cervelli's Shrimp recipe; the Cheese Taster; Bagna Cauda recipe. 
Mar 16
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Family-Style Breakfast The breakfast of your dreams, prepared by Pati and her sister Alisa. This episode includes both quick, simple dishes and ones meant for a deliciously messy morning feast. Mexican French Toast Rolls (Dedos Gitanos)Green Chilaquiles in Roasted Tomatillo SauceAlisa's Marbled Pound Cake 
Mar 16
1:00 PM
Caillou Animals and Me! Grandma takes Caillou on a special visit to a sheep farm. There, Mary, a 10-year-old girl, takes Caillou on a tour, teaching him about sheep, sheering, and the spinning of wool. When Mom, Rosie and Caillou go to the zoo, Caillou can't wait to see the elephants. They see a parrot, a monkey, a hippopotamus and finally the elephants! Caillou is in complete awe and comes to the realization that animals have families too. Caillou and Dad go over to Mr. Hinkle's house to help him build a dog house. Caillou soon meets Mr. Hinkle's guests, a Mommy dog with her two puppies. When Mom takes Caillou to Clementine's to see her new pet, she won't tell Caillou what kind of animal it is. Caillou soon discovers that Clementine's new pet is a goldfish named Goldie! When Caillou, Grandpa and Daddy go on a canoe trip, Caillou gets to see some wild animals in their natural habitat. When they get to the cabin, they gather wood for the campfire and Caillou learns how to roast marshmallows on the fire. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn about the different relationships humans have with animals: there are farm animals - like sheep - that provide us with wool; animals that are pets - like cats and dogs and goldfish; wild animals that live nearby - even in the city - like squirrels; animals from the jungle and other far away places that we get to see in zoos - elephants, monkeys, hippos and parrots; and the animals we see far from the city that live in the woods and the lakes - like beavers, and blue herons, and snails and butterflies and dragon flies, and crickets to sing us to sleep. 
Mar 16
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid The Amazing Computer Science Tool! Sid is thoroughly amused as he watches his parents. Every time their computers "ding" Mom and Dad run to check their computer, so Sid wants to know what all these computers do! Mom volunteers to show Sid's class how a computer works, which helps Susie demonstrate the amazing way scientists use computers as a science tool! In a special Super Fab Lab, the kids make discoveries with their magnifying glasses, then use the computer to share their discoveries by sending information back home to their parents. They're just like real scientists using a computer to share discoveries with other scientists!(Educational Objective - Computers) 
Mar 16
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Beating the Heat/Flowers for Mom "Beating the Heat"Buddy and Tiny travel to the Jurassic to make a new friend, Morris Stegosaurus, and discover how this huge dinosaur keeps cool in the heat. "Flowers for Mom" The kids go to the Big Pond to look for flowers to give to Mom on her special Mother's Day. They find many different flowers while following a very busy bee. 
Mar 16
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Blue Feet Are Neat/A Little Reef Magic Blue Feet Are NeatNick and Sally are trying out their new blue rubber boots but they keep getting stuck in the mud! Cat knows just who can help them - Buster, the Blue-footed Booby bird. Buster is only too happy to show them how his wide, flat blue feet help him move easily over the muddy shore. With Cat's help to make their boots wide and flat, Sally and Nick can now walk across the mud without getting stuck - just like Buster!Educational Objective: How the feet of the Blue-Footed Booby bird is adapted to its shore habitat - to walk on muddy shores and dive for fish in the ocean. A Little Reef MagicNick has difficulty learning a "disappearing" magic trick, when who should appear but The Cat in the Hat! He takes Nick and Sally to the coral reef of Scoobamareen. There they learn that distraction is a great way for some sea creatures to hide themselves from other fish who might be looking for a bite to eat. Back at home, Nick and Sally use what they learned to make their stuffed panda disappear!Educational Objective: Reef fish use a variety of physical 'tricks' to discourage predators. 
Mar 16
3:00 PM
Curious George Housebound!/Curious George Rides a Bike Housebound!: George learns the hard way about bones when he falls and breaks his leg at the museum exploring a dinosaur skeleton. A visit to the hospital, a cast on his leg, and a cane aren't enough to keep George down, especially when Hundley steps in to help. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore how vertebrates have internal skeletons made of bone. To understand that if a bone breaks, the bone produces new cells and blood vessels that rebuild the bone. Curious George Rides a Bike: George loves his new bike, especially because it gives him the chance to help Bill with his paper route. But he gets distracted by some ducks, makes some paper boats out of the newspapers and then, trying to fix his mistake, hits a big rock that bends his bicycle wheel out of shape. Can Mrs. Renkins find the right tools to help him fix his bike so he can find some dry papers, finish the paper route, and keep his promise to Bill? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn that using the correct tool to adjust and repair things is important. 
Mar 16
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks The Puppy Show/Never Forget to Remember The Puppy ShowTV producer Laslo Huckey knows just what people want to watch: puppies. But puppies doing what? He challenges Martha and the gang to come up with the perfect pitch for a puppy show. Never Forget to RememberIt's the first day of spring and everybody wants to play their favorite outdoor game, Kickup! Only, where's the ball? In order to find it, the kids recount their memories of the last game. The problem is, everybody remembers things differently... 
Mar 16
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Tree Problem/Another Tree Problem The Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree, Peg needs to figure out how to get him down using three giant gifts.Primary Content: Spatial sense, solving a puzzleSecondary Content: Direction, positionAnother Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree again Peg has to find a different way to get him down.Primary Content: Ordering objects by heightSecondary Content: Ordinal numbers 
Mar 16
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Birthday Girl's Monstrous Gift/Hal the Haggler The Birthday Girl's Monstrous GiftAfter being captured by WordGirl and locked safely in a jar on the hottest day of the year, The Energy Monster convinces Eileen to free and feed him so that he is able to continue terrorizing the city and ruin the Summer Winter Carnival. WordGirl must recapture The Energy Monster but will she be able to do so when an angry Eileen turns into The Birthday Girl after her new pet is taken from her?Vocabulary Words: Guzzle, MonstrousHal the HagglerWhile doing chores to save money for a new unicorn figurine, WordGirl must stop Granny May from stealing Cleopatra's Bed out of the museum. After a number of attempts, Granny May and WordGirl realize they are both being swindled by Hal. Will WordGirl team up with a villain in order to bring a swindler to justice?Vocabulary Words: Defend, Haggle 
Mar 16
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 16
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Quick and Easy Rib Dinner Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to Grilled Glazed Baby Back Ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews charcoal grills in the Equipment Corner. Next, test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the test kitchen's tips to perfect Grilled Corn with Basil and Lemon Butter. 
Mar 16
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dressing Up Meat and Potatoes COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 16
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Mountain Region of Sothern Norway "On Top of Norway" Host Andreas Viestad ventures to the tallest mountain in Norway: Galdøpiggen. Then, Andreas prepares some desserts using the fruits of summer, including sweet and tart berries. 
Mar 16
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Sicily Rosie discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's cultural and historical events. 
Mar 16
8:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation  In an inspiring new season, ROADTRIP NATION follows the journey of three young adults as they travel the country in the series' green RV, interviewing fascinating leaders from all walks of life who built careers around their passions. In season 11, the Roadtrippers embark on a whirlwind tour through 25 states, exposing them to new ways of thinking, new experiences and mold-breaking careers they never knew existed. Ultimately, thanks to eye-opening conversations with everyone from poets to NASA engineers to fire-spinners and beyond, the soul-searching Roadtrippers gain the wisdom and conviction they need to take the next steps in their own lives. Each of the Roadtrippers hails from distinctly different backgrounds, yet they all share the common desire to figure out their paths and learn from those who have gone before them. Ed, a native of Britain, graduated with a history degree from Cambridge University in 2012, but has yet to connect his education to a meaningful career. Recently laid off from his temp job at a call center, he feels stagnant and faces mounting urgency to find exciting work. Tele'jon, a recent high school graduate, grew up in violence-plagued Oakland amidst a climate of crime, poverty and marginalization. Determined to rise above these conditions and overturn the dysfunction afflicting many urban areas, Tele'jon seeks to increase his commitment to community activism and youth advocacy in new ways. The stifling small-town upbringing of 29-year-old college student Olivia left her feeling insulated, and made it difficult for her to express herself as a gay woman. As a result, she left home and joined the Air Force, where she cultivated an inclination for travel and experiencing different cultures. Interested in sustainable farming and community-building, she hopes to find ways to combine her passions into a satisfying career.Throughout 20 powerful interviews, the Roadtrippers hear perspective-shifting advice from a wide range of leaders, including: human rights attorney Brittan Heller, spoken word poet and activist Staceyann Chin, educational policy professor David Stovall, whitewater rafting guide Sherry Grathler, and Adam Steltzner, a NASA engineer who directed the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. 
Mar 16
8:30 PM
Expeditions With Patrick McMillan "California - Hope, Survival and Resilience" McMillan explores some of the most compelling stories of survival on the California coast. 
Mar 16
9:00 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."  
Mar 16
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What is Time? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 16
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Oxidized LDL and Fluoride & IQ Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 16
11:00 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.  
Mar 17
12:00 AM
Backstage Pass Having a Ball: Best of Season 5 Highlights from the fifth season of BackStage Pass, featuring The Hard Lessons, Simien the Whale, Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, Mustard Plug, Funktion and more. 
Mar 17
1:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Jonathan Edwards INFINITY HALL LIVE showcases veteran folk singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards, best known for his 1971 classic "Sunshine." The song - a fierce proclamation of protest and independence set to deceptively upbeat music - became an anthem for numerous young people who opposed the Vietnam War. Today, Edwards seems more comfortable as a laid-back troubadour than a political radical. Often performing on stage barefoot (as he does at Infinity Hall), Edwards demonstrates an expertise with the guitar, mandolin, and accordion to create his own brand of acoustic folk-rock. His heart-felt lyrics and easy-going style continue to please his loyal fans as well as win over new ones. Edwards and his band - Moondi Klein on guitar, Charlie Rose on banjo, Tom Snow on piano and Joe Walsh on mandolin - perform songs primarily from his 2011 album, My Love Will Keep, such as the stunning a cappella rendition of "This Island Earth." But he doesn't disappoint his longtime fans and offers exuberant performances of the classics "Sunshine" and "Shanty," the latter which came to be known as a "Friday song" for many radio stations who would play it every Friday night at 5 to kick off the weekend. "I love playing rooms like this," Edwards says of Infinity Hall. "[It's like] we're playing in a big guitar ...or a Steinway grand piano. It feels like we're inside something like that and the music just vibrates and lives very much in a place like this."Song List"Surrounded""How Long""Crazy Texas Woman""Sometimes in the Morning""My Love Will Keep""Freewheeler""Sailor's Prayer""Johnny Blue Horizon""Sunshine""This Island Earth""Shanty""Don't Cry Blue" 
Mar 17
2:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Fitz & The Tantrums It was a sensation both familiar and brand new when Fitz & The Tantrums filmed a recent performance for public television's concert series Live from the Artists Den. The show marked a return to their home base for the beloved Los Angeles band, in a truly incredibly venue—the breathtaking Spanish Gothic-style Theatre at Ace Hotel, formerly the United Artists movie palace, built in downtown LA in the 1920s under the hands-on direction of Mary Pickford. Fitz & The Tantrums played its signature dance grooves -- blending classic soul and '80s pop on such songs as the band's new single, "The Walker" -- and, as always, refused to let the invited audience of 900 even think about sitting down. 
Mar 17
3:00 AM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Sicily Rosie discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's cultural and historical events. 
Mar 17
4:00 AM
Mineral Explorers Mexico It's the world's largest producer of silver with modern companies ruling the trade but Mexico's silver mining tradition dates back hundreds of years and helped shape the country we know today - a country alive with history and culture. Thomas visits several colonial towns built from the riches of silver mines and explores the ancient craft of silversmithing. Along the way, he finds a great lot of crystallized Mexican minerals but his biggest prize is the opportunity to journey deep inside the world's largest primary silver mine.Minerals featured in this episode: Silver 
Mar 17
4:30 AM
America From the Ground Up The Science of Archaeology Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 17
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 17
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Another Fine Mess/King Mac An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 17
6:30 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 
Mar 17
7:00 AM
Arthur Francine's Split Decision/Muffy Goes Metropolitan Lakewood Elementary is sure to win the big bowling tournament on Saturday, with Francine leading the team. So what if Francine's cousin is having his Bar Mitzvah at exactly that same time? The amazing Francine can be in both places - or at least seem to be- and no one will be the wiser. Or so she thinksà Muffy happily accepts Sue Ellen's invitation to spend the weekend in the bustling metropolis, Crown City. At last! Her big chance to revel in an unending parade of glamorous fashions, high culture, and fine cuisine! But can Muffy accept city realities that are quite different à yet perhaps more interesting à than her fantasies? 
Mar 17
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 17
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 17
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 17
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 17
9:00 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. 
Mar 17
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Balance Improving balance through weight training, stretching and leg strengthening is the theme of this episode. 
Mar 17
10:00 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.  
Mar 17
10:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Stephen Greenblatt, part 1 of 2 Stephen Greenblatt, John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University and winner of the 2011 National Book Award for non-fiction, is one of the world's foremost literary scholars and critics. He is credited with inventing the literary methodology known as The New Historicism. He is also the author of two bestselling works of literary history, the 2004 Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare and the 2011 The Swerve: How the World Became Modern, the work for which he received the National Book Award. In this, the first of a two-part interview, Greenblatt discusses his life and scholarly career. He describes himself as a bookish youth and speaks of his mother's constant fear of death and his father's Falstaffian humor. Greenblatt notes that his undergraduate experience at Yale, while intellectually enriching, was marred by an experience with anti-Semitism. He explains that the New Historicism opens a new window on literary criticism, allowing readers to bring material from the author's culture to bear on an understanding of a literary work. The methodology, he explains, arose as a reaction to the New Criticism, which focused solely on the internal structure of literature. Greenblatt notes that not all scholars agree with his approach, and he genially defends himself against his critics. 
Mar 17
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca, the Land of Seven Moles So many moles, so little time. That's how most visitors to Oaxaca feel when perusing the choices from mole pastes in the markets to fine examples served up at restaurants and street vendors all over the state. Let's start with two moles, advises Rick, who takes us to Seasons of My Heart Cooking School on the outskirts of Oaxaca City to explore Black Mole and Green Mole with school owner Susana Trilling and her students. We perfectly char the chilies, set the seeds aflame and roast the tomatoes for Susana's black mole sweetened with roasted plantain and a little Oaxacan chocolate. On the simpler side, there's green mole - redolent with fresh herbs, roasted tomatillos and jalapeño. At home, Rick makes his Coloradito Mole before we indulge in yellow mole and grilled fish at Topolobampo. 
Mar 17
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 106 Backyard Summer On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that fits into your end of summer backyard dinner party. Celebrate the great summer you had with this recipe that includes Squash blossoms, Lamb Loin, and apple compote for dessert. 
Mar 17
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Technique and Quality" Rice: Italy's unsung grain; the Barolo Grand Cru Villages; changing of the guard in the Scavino family; Risotto al Gattinara recipe. 
Mar 17
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Tequila! This episode puts a twist on tequila by using it in a number of tasty, savory and sweet recipes sure to impress special guests. A noted mixologist shows Pati how to make a unique cocktail, and she uses tequila to ignite a main dish. Ancho Chile and Orange Juice Tequila Chaser (Sangrita)Fresh Jícama and Orange Pico de GalloTequila, Mexican Cream and Chipotle ShrimpDerek Brown's CocktailCoffee Flan with Tequila Whipped Cream 
Mar 17
1:00 PM
Caillou Outdoor Adventures When Caillou, Grandpa and Daddy go on a canoe trip, Caillou is amazed to see a dragonfly, a blue heron, and a beaver working on his beaver lodge. While Caillou and his family are on a picnic at the park, his beach ball accidentally rolls into a pond. Caillou sees a family of ducks swimming in the pond and wants to take a closer look. Dad shows Caillou a neat trick to call the ducks. When a white rabbit eats a bunch of carrots set aside for a picnic lunch, Caillou and Rosie go looking for him. They soon discover that it isn't a wild rabbit, his name is Snowball and he belongs to Mr. Hinkle's sister. On another day, Caillou and his family are leaving for a picnic in the country but the ride feels very long for Caillou. When they stop at a gas station, Caillou spots some cows in a field next to a picnic area. The family decides to have the picnic there, where they have a close encounter with some cows. Caillou learns about patience when he goes fishing with Daddy and Grandpa at the pier. But learning about patience is hard, can Caillou wait long enough to catch his own fish? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn to appreciate the outdoors and all that nature has to offer. They go along on a wilderness adventure, watching Caillou explore the plants and animals and birds and insects with his eyes and ears and sometimes through touch. On a family picnic he finds ducks in a duck pond and learns their call. Another time it's cows in a pasture and he learns to moo. In his own backyard he gets to pick carrots and see a rabbit. And on a fishing trip, even with no success in catching fish, there is much pleasure in the sounds and sights of the gulls and the loons and the dragonflies. 
Mar 17
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid The Big Cheese! While surfing the Internet on the computer with his Mom, Sid finds a funny picture showing that the moon is made of green, glowing, cheese! Sid thinks this is amazing, and when he goes to school, he relays his newfound moon information to his friends, who are equally enthralled. When they tell Susie what they learned, Susie explains something very important-not everything you find on the computer is true! And someone that really understands that notion is visiting today, it's Gabriela's Mom! Dr. Rosalinda Cordova is a marine biologist so she does lots of research on the computer, but it's not the only thing she uses. She tells the kids that when she does research, she reads books at the library, makes observations, asks experts, and looks at websites with good information. Then she gives the kids their very own research project, where they break into two teams and investigate all the living things they can find around the school.(Educational Objective - Research) 
Mar 17
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Air Obstacle Race/King and Crystal Live! CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: AIR OBSTACLE RACEAt the 'Classic in the Jurassic,' it's a race between pterosaurs who have to fly between hanging vines, swoop through a canyon, push through a wind tunnel, slalom over and under branches, then carry food from a pond as they race to the finish line! Teddy Pterodaustro finishes first and shows everyone how he filters plankton through his teeth to prove that he did indeed get food from the pond! Teddy is declared the winner!Educational Objective: The Pterodaustro was a prehistoric pterosaur that lived in the early Cretaceous Period. Its wing span stretched 8 or 9 feet. Pterodaustro used the bristle-like teeth of its lower jaws to strain crustaceans, plankton and algae from the water.KING & CRYSTAL LIVE!Buddy, Tiny and Mom are riding the Dinosaur Train where Crystal Cryolophosaurus is on her way to visit King Cryolophosaurus and invites our family along. King and Crystal's heartfelt reunion is marred when Crystal tries to convince a reluctant King to take his fantastic new song 'Top Carnivore' out on the road to share with his Mesozoic fans. But King doesn't like leaving home and Tiny has a great idea-King and Crystal can perform a live concert in Gondwana! The concert is a huge success, and Crystal decides to stay there with King instead of going back out on the road.Educational Objective: Cryolophosaurus lived in the Jurassic Time Period, in Antarctica, which was part of a southern supercontinent called "Gondwana." Jurassic Antarctica was relatively warm and lush (unlike Antarctica of today). At that time in the Jurassic Antarctica, Cryolophosaurus truly was the King - that is, the top carnivore. 
Mar 17
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Be Cool/Elephant Walk Be CoolPhew, it's hot outside! How are Sally and Nick going to stay cool? Cat suggests that they should visit some friends in the Dizzle-dazzle Desert to learn how to keep cool. They learn that some animals are light colored, some stay out of the sun, and some, like Tommy the coolest toad around, just mooove sloooow. Nick and Sally take their advice, but Cat has an even better idea - run through a sprinkler!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the different strategies desert creatures have for keeping cool. Elephant WalkWhen building a toy construction set, Nick and Sally wonder if there's such thing as a one-thing-does-it-all tool. Well, the Cat knows just who to visit to find out - Themba the African elephant! Themba, and her daughter Efia, show the Cat and the kids all the different things their trunks can do. Nick and Sally realize that elephant trucks are just like hands, so they already have a one-thing-does-it-all tool!Educational Objective: African elephants use their trunks in many ways. 
Mar 17
3:00 PM
Curious George The All-Animal Recycled Band/The Times of Sand The All-Animal Recycled Band: George recruits Charkie, Gnocchi, Hundley and Compass to play in a band inspired by the firefighters at Rescue Squad 86. For instruments, George gets creative and uses keys, rice in a milk carton, a birdseed canister with rubber bands, and a pie tin. Now all he has to do is figure out a way to get two dogs, a cat, and a bird to play music together. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To discover how to create new objects using found and recycled materials.The Times of Sand: George and The Man with the Yellow Hat have a sand castle building contest at the beach. With the help of Bill and Momma Bunny, George builds a great castle and learns about how to avoid losing your castle to the incoming tide. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that tides are natural events that occur in repeated, predictable patterns. 
Mar 17
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks What's Bothering Bob?/ Martha Spins a Tale What's Bothering Bob? What's gotten into Bob? He's off his chain and he's chasing Truman all over town. Soon Truman, Helen, Alice, TD, Kazuo the dog officer, the pizza guy, and Bob's owner are all up a tree, imprisoned by a barking Bob. Can Martha figure out what's bothering Bob?Vocabulary(E) anxious, serene, provoke, disturbing, bother(ing)(I) calm, settle down, relax(ing), awful, quietMartha Spins a Tale It's sweltering hot and everybody is miserable. To distract Jake from the heat, Martha tells him about Goldi-Martha and the Skits Hatter and Little Red Riding Helen and their adventures among giants, queens, and a very familiar fire-breathing cat.Vocabulary(E) irritat(e)(ing), soothing, comfortable, cozy, sweltering(I) scratch(y), cool, lumpy, bump(s)(y), hot 
Mar 17
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Dinosaur Problem/The Beethoven Problem The Dinosaur Problem - Prehistoric Valley. When Peg and Cat get lost riding dinosaurs through a prehistoric forest, they use a diagram to find their way to safety before the Baby T-Rex catches up to them.Primary Content: Following diagramsSecondary Content: PatternsThe Beethoven Problem - Vienna, circa 1800. When Peg and Cat are helping their pal Ludwig Van Beethoven write a symphony, Cat laughs in a certain pattern that gives Beethoven a great idea.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Ordinal Numbers 
Mar 17
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Learnerer/Mr. Big's Dinner and a Scam The LearnererUsing his talent to see things once and learn them immediately, The Learnerer is able to steal the giant Santa Tortuga diamond from Ms. Von Hoosinghaus. When WordGirl arrives to save the day, all of her moves are thwarted by The Learnerer, who has been studying her every move. Will she come up with a new move or will The Learnerer get away with the diamond?Vocabulary Words: Suffix, MisjudgeMr. Big's Dinner and a ScamMr. Big uses a mind control machine to convince an audience that his dinner theater show is a masterpiece worthy of big bucks, when in reality, it's the farthest thing from that. WordGirl must destroy the mind control machine and expose Mr. Big before he is able to empty the audiences' pocketbooks.Vocabulary Words: Embellish, Leery 
Mar 17
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 17
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Grilled and Glazed Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Grilled Glazed Pork Tenderloin Roast. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews inexpensive chef's knives in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Dan Souza uncovers the secrets to perfect Grilled Glazed Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts. 
Mar 17
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Black and White Desserts COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 17
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Southern Norway: A Modest but Generous Spud" In the South inland region of Norway, host Andreas Viestad cooks with one of the most loved Norwegian ingredients — the potato. Then, Andreas catches and prepares crayfish, a sought-after delicacy in Norway. 
Mar 17
7:00 PM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 17
7:30 PM
American Health Journal  Pat Boone discusses health after 80. Also Accommodating Lens, Smile Lift, Kidney Stones and children's book "Great Katie Kate" author Maitland DeLand, MD. 
Mar 17
8:00 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Living with Advanced Prostate Cancer The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 30th series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 17
8:30 PM
Exploration Health Dental Health and Hypoparathyroidism From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mindcomes comes more episodes of EXPLORATION HEALTH.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 17
9:00 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."  
Mar 17
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Why Believe in God? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 17
10:30 PM
Second Opinion The Aging Face What happens to our faces as we age? What causes us to look older? And most importantly, what should we do to preserve a youthful appearance? Our diverse panel debates the merits of aging gracefully...or not. 
Mar 17
11:00 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.  
Mar 18
12:00 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Howlin' Brothers The Howlin' Brothers are a three piece band based in Nashville that are winning fans across the country with their upbeat, impassioned performances. In this episode, the band shows off their eclectic music chops romping through several songs, including "Tennessee Blues." 
Mar 18
12:30 AM
Sun Studio Sessions The Features Nashville's The Features have built a following well beyond Music City with an indie rock brand of pop that has won over fans and peers alike, including Kings of Leon who signed the band to their imprint label. In this episode, the Features perform several songs and demonstrate why they constantly win fans over with their stellar musicianship. 
Mar 18
1:00 AM
Front And Center Buddy Guy FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Mar 18
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th In the Whale with Paulie Lipman In the Whale is dirty and aggressive, yet surprisingly light-hearted. With an undeniable live show and a tenacious work ethic, this Denver band won't be local for long. Hosted by the mystical Magic Cyclops, this episode also features Paulie Lipman, who has been a part of eight Denver National Slam Teams. In addition to spoken word, Paulie is also a musician/ composer. 
Mar 18
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Atlas   
Mar 18
3:00 AM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 18
3:30 AM
American Health Journal  Pat Boone discusses health after 80. Also Accommodating Lens, Smile Lift, Kidney Stones and children's book "Great Katie Kate" author Maitland DeLand, MD. 
Mar 18
4:00 AM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Living with Advanced Prostate Cancer The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 30th series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Mar 18
4:30 AM
Exploration Health Dental Health and Hypoparathyroidism From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mindcomes comes more episodes of EXPLORATION HEALTH.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 18
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 18
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Who Moved My Bone/Clifford the Pirate King An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 18
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Amazing Creature Race Episode Description: A pop Creature Quiz challenge question, about what're the differences between a crocodile and an alligator, turns into a full-blown Crocogator contest to find out why these two very similar creatures are different at all. Science Concept: Species differences by behavior and habitat niche and ecological roles 
Mar 18
7:00 AM
Arthur The Tattletale Frog/D.W. & Bud's Higher Purpose When Bud is blamed for an accident D.W. causes, she has to decide whether to let her friend take the fall. Educational Objective: D.W. learns the importance of honesty and accepting responsibility for her actions. / D.W. and Bud can't wait to ride "The Buzzard," Wonder World's newest rollercoaster. Will they make it past the persnickety ticket taker...or will they come up short? Educational Objective: D.W. and Bud learn the power of persistence. 
Mar 18
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 18
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 18
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 18
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 18
9:00 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. 
Mar 18
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit March Your Way to Fitness Mary Ann marches her way to fitness with fun routines and patriotic music. 
Mar 18
10:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 18
10:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 18
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Delicious Eco-Tourism The variety of corns available in Oaxaca boggles the mind and the taste buds. Rick introduces us to Amado Ramirez Leyva who believes that corn, domesticated some 9,000 years ago in Mexico, is the basis of Mexican culture. From championing the protection of ancient varieties, to cooking and grinding it into masa for tortillas, Amado just might be the corn guru of Oaxaca. All manner of enticing snacks served at Itanoni, his Oaxaca restaurant, including memelas, tetelas, tostadas, and tacos, use carefully selected types of maiz criollo (native corn). Abigail Mendoza, a superb village cook from Teotitlan del Valle, transforms her handmade fresh blue and white masa into simple, yet amazing village-style tamales cooked in a traditional olla over a wood fire. Rick riffs on her yellow mole to make his own fresh empanadas on his kitchen griddle. With the skyline of Oaxaca as the back drop, chef and restaurateur Pilar Cabrera shows Rick her beautiful squash blossom tamales. Together they make sweet pumpkin tamales laced with Oaxacan chocolate that prove transcendent. 
Mar 18
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 107 Late Spring On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that welcomes the summer season! Celebrate summer with this recipe, that includes Bread Salad, Roasted Salmon, and for dessert, Chocolate Torte. 
Mar 18
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "A Few Basics" The King of Sardines; Lambrusco's Second Act; Sicilian sweets; wine traditions at the ancient Abbey at Novacella. 
Mar 18
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Xochimilco: Cooking with Flowers Pati takes you to Xochimilco, the legendary floating gardens of Mexico, and sprinkles a few flowers into some impressive but easy Mexican recipes.Squash Blossom QuesadillasHibiscus and Pecan MoleRose Petal, Marshmallow, Mango and Pistachio Ice Cream 
Mar 18
1:00 PM
Caillou All Around the Block! When Mr. Hinkle has a tree cut down, Caillou is afraid his swing tree is next! Dad decides to plant a new tree so it's a trip to the Nursery. Caillou learns about the differences between trees with needles and leaves. When Sarah gives Caillou an old toy horn, Caillou wants to blow it everywhere. But he quickly learns, not everyone wants to hear it all the time. But then, Dad brings Caillou to the park where he uses the horn to signal Sarah from afar. There is a time and place for everything! When Caillou dresses up like a mailman to deliver Mr. Hinkle's misdirected mail, he finds out Mr. Hinkle is sick. With help from Mom, Caillou makes up a get-well card and a big pot of chicken soup! When the park is closed for the day, Caillou's friends come over to his house to play. But when no one will share the sandbox toys, or the swing, Caillou wishes everyone would just go home. That is until Mom proposes a game everyone can play! When Leo forgets his brand new toy dinosaur in the park, Daddy and Caillou go looking for it, with no success. So Caillou, with Mommy's help, puts up a Lost and Found Poster, and then, finds 'Dino' at the Park Office Lost and Found! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that they don't have to go far from home for interesting adventures. The next-door neighbor, the letter carrier, the regular playmates, the back yard and the playground down the street all provide interesting experiences: tree planting (and caring for a new tree); sharing and taking turns; taking good care of a neighbor who is not feeling too well (a card, flowers and chicken soup); and tracking down a missing dinosaur (the Lost and Found at the playground helps). 
Mar 18
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid Wings It! In his backyard, Sid shows off his homemade cardboard wings. He's wearing them because he wants to fly, just like the bird he has been watching all morning. When his flight plans don't work out, he heads to school to investigate. Susie announces that the class is going to visit the Science Center to check out a special exhibit about FLIGHT! Sid and his friends are thrilled to discover how people learned how to fly by observing birds in nature, just like Sid did! They explore a special exhibit showcasing gliders, flying contraptions, and jet planes. And in live action, we see kids investigating real flying machines at the world famous Smithsonian Air & Space Museum!(Educational Objective - Flight) 
Mar 18
2:00 PM
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. 
Mar 18
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flutter by Butterfly/Pretty in Pink Flutter By ButterflySally and Nick are pretending to be butterflies, but they're not very good at it. The Cat takes them to meet Bernadette the Monarch butterfly, who can teach them all about fluttering. Following Bernadette from Milky Weed Meadow to Prickly Pines forest they learn that butterfly wings are used for so much more than just fluttering!Educational Objective: How Monarch Butterflies migrate to warmer climates. Pretty in PinkSally and Nick are having fun trying out different moves when the Cat arrives to show them some cool moves of his own. He learned them from Pinkie the flamingo. The kids want to learn too, so off they go to Gooney Goon Lagoon! There they learn all about flamingos - fun moves and all! Back at home Cat, Nick and Sally all move together... the flamingo way!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the interesting behaviors and characteristics of Flamingos. 
Mar 18
3:00 PM
Curious George The Elephant Upstairs/Being Hundley The Elephant Upstairs: George hears a loud thumping sound coming from the ceiling of their apartment and becomes convinced that the new upstairs neighbor has an elephant for a pet. When The Man with the Yellow Hat points out how unlikely that is, George decides to investigate further and comes to the conclusion that if it's not an elephant, it must be a Galapagos Turtle who eats a lot of crackers, likes to wrap presents, and use a juicer. When they finally pay their new neighbor a visit, the real story is even more interesting than George's theory. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that different objects can produce sounds that are similar in volume and pitch. If you are unable to observe the source of the sound, you may make incorrect inferences.Being Hundley: George gets tired of being a monkey because monkeys have to clean their room, brush their teeth, and go to bed early. So he experiments with being a cat and a pigeon but decides that the best of all is to be a dog like Hundley. Hundley is not at all happy with this plan but doesn't manage to convince George that there's room for only one lobby dog at this apartment building. It takes an elevator getting stuck between floors to help George realize being a monkey can be pretty useful in a pinch. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn how the form and behaviors of each kind of animal are related to how they meet the animal's needs. 
Mar 18
3:30 PM
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. 
Mar 18
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 18
4:30 PM
WordGirl WordBot/Mt. Rushhere WordBot In order to get back at WordGirl for destroying his robots, Tobey builds a robot replica of WordGirl named WordBot. When WordBot gets jealous and turns against Tobey, WordGirl and Tobey are forced to team-up in order to defeat WordBot.Vocabulary Words: Devoted, BackfireMt. RushhereWhen all the grown-ups suddenly go missing, the kids take full advantage of an adult-free world. But as it starts to take a toll on them, WordGirl discovers that Mr. Big is using yet another mind control device to make all the adults build a tribute in his honor. WordGirl must destroy the machine and rescue the adults, but can she do it without Mr. Big's help?Vocabulary Words: Advantage, Tribute 
Mar 18
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 18
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Grilling Goes International Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a Turkish favorite, Grilled Lamb Kofte, and gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite skewers. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of hummus. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making the best Tunisian-Style Grilled Vegetables. 
Mar 18
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Fresh and Spicy Spins to Roast Pork and Tacos COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 18
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Western Norway: A World of Apples" Host Andreas Viestad visits Hardanger, the "apple orchard" of Western Norway. Andreas makes an apple drink and bakes a traditional sourdough bread in an old wood-fired oven and prepares a hot apple dessert. 
Mar 18
7:00 PM
Great Conversations Siddhartha Mukherjee/David Scadden - 2011 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 18
8:00 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Feeding the Dragon: China in Africa America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 18
8:30 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 18
9:00 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."  
Mar 18
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Alternative Concepts of God Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 18
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Oxidative Therapy Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 18
11:00 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.  
Mar 19
12:00 AM
Jubilee Della Mae/Dale Ann Bradley/Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 19
1:00 AM
Classic Gospel Kennedy Center Homecoming (encore of episode #309) Songs of patriotism and faith delivered by Bill and Gloria Gaither's Homecoming Friends are delivered center stage at the magnificent Kennedy Center in the nation's capital, highlighted by Vestal Goodman's God Bless America, Larnell Harris' America The Beautiful and David Phelps and Squire Parson's stirring Battle Hymn of the Republic. 
Mar 19
2:00 AM
Song of the Mountains Beachley & Scott SONG OF THE MOUNTAINS showcases the best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began. Performances are held at the beautifully restored Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Hosted by Tim White.The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., was originally built in 1929. The theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. It is one of only three existing Mayan Revival-style theatres in America. Once known as the "finest showplace in Southwest Virginia," The Lincoln has been restored to its former grandeur, now fully accentuated by state-of-the-art computerized sound and lighting systems. Winner of Bronze Telly.  
Mar 19
3:00 AM
Great Conversations Siddhartha Mukherjee/David Scadden - 2011 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 19
4:00 AM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Feeding the Dragon: China in Africa America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 19
4:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 19
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 19
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Clifford's Cookie Craving/Jetta's Friend Clifford's Cookie Craving - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend Mr. Bleakman bakes a giant cookie for the Birdwell Fair, then leaves it unattended. Clifford gets one whiff of it and, try as he might, simply can't resist the temptation to taste it. Mr. Bleakman forgives the Big Dog when he realizes that everyone makes mistakes - including the mistake of leaving too big of a temptation in front of a child. Jetta's Friend - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend When her pen pal visits the island, nothing goes as Jetta planned, but to her own surprise, she has fun anyway! 
Mar 19
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mystery on the Prairie Episode Description: When Martin and Chris find an unusual thorn bush with 'spiked' grasshoppers and beetles, they set out to solve a new creature mystery. Science Concept: Animals can have very specialized behaviors that help them survive. 
Mar 19
7:00 AM
Arthur The Friend Who Wasn't There/Surprise! Muffy embarks on an epic quest to find her long lost imaginary friend. But she has to be careful-the Crosswire basement is full of bewitched boxes and gadgets and dolls...oh my! Educational Objective: Muffy discovers the value and power of having an imagination. / It's Catherine's 16th birthday, and Francine has been cordially UN-invited to the party. With the help of her friends, Francine whips up the perfect present for her big sister...a sneaky surprise with a side of payback! Educational Objective: Francine learns the value of forgiveness. 
Mar 19
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 19
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 19
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 19
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 19
9:00 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. 
Mar 19
9:30 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. 
Mar 19
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 19
10:30 AM
Overheard with Evan Smith David Axelrod, Political Strategist David Axelrod is a political strategist and former Senior Advisor to President Obama. He ran both of President Obama's campaigns in 2008 and 2012. He's also worked for a number of other big names in Democratic politics - Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Deval Patrick, and Rahm Emanuel, just to name a few. His memoir, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, has just been published. 
Mar 19
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Mercado Madness "You are what you eat." Brillat Savarin's statement fuels Rick's tour of the 21 de Noviembre market in downtown Oaxaca. We uncover the incredibly rich culture of the market and its role in the daily lives and meals of the locals. Mounds of tomatoes, chiles and cilantro inspire salsa. Fresh chickens inspire Rick to spit-roast chickens in his backyard grill. Baskets of black beans motivate a platter of enfrijoladas topped with chorizo. The amazing market day ends with a stop at Chaguita, a 200 year-old frozen ice and ice cream stand and a favorite of Rick's for more than three decades. At home, Rick inspires us with his simple coconut ice and a deep-pink jamaica syrup. 
Mar 19
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 108 Early Autumn On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that welcomes fall back into your home. This episode features festive fall fun recipes like, Autumn Vegetables with Pork Ragu, and Semi-freddo. 
Mar 19
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Put Passion in Your Pantry" Chef Salvatore Radical Toscano's Beef; Funghi Bruschetta; "wine couple" Rudy Kerschbaumer and Gabby Tauber; Emilia Nardi's unique approach to wine making in Montalcino 
Mar 19
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Lip-Smacking Mexican Meal By adding a few key Mexican ingredients to what you'd normally find in an all-American pantry and fridge, you get these to-die-for, lip-smacking dishes. Chicken à la TrashEveryday Green SaladImpossible Chocoflan 
Mar 19
1:00 PM
Caillou Doing it Together! Caillou and Leo are playing with their rocket ships in the park. Rosie wants to help them build the space station but she accidentally wrecks it. At home, Caillou and Leo continue their space game and are thrilled when Mr. Hinkle gives them a cardboard box which they transform into a rocket ship. On a winter day, Dad and Caillou go over to Grandpa's with their skates. What was supposed to be a skating outing becomes a shoveling chore because of all the snow that has accumulated in Grandpa's driveway. Soon, Caillou finds a way to turn this into a game and has a lot of fun making snow castles. When Caillou and Rosie stay at Grandma and Grandpa's house, Grandpa uses pop bottles and a rubber ball to create a bowling alley in the backyard. Grandpa teaches Caillou to bowl, but when he is called inside, it's Caillou's turn to teach as he shows Rosie how to play. Caillou accidentally spills the rest of the milk before Rosie could get her cereal. She is very upset and Caillou suggests they go get some more milk at the corner store. At the street intersection, he shows Mom that he knows when it is time to cross safely. Caillou is excited when Miss Martin takes him and his friends to the park for some special activities. The rules are not easy to grasp, and the kids have a few comical mishaps in the process. Caillou discovers that you don't always have to win to be proud of yourself. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will be reminded of how lucky they are to have family (even a little sister) and friends around them, to play with, eat meals with, share a work load with, to be taught things by and to teach things to. 
Mar 19
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid Engineers a Solution Sid has a big, big, big problem! He's trying to grab a cereal box located way up high on the kitchen shelf, but he just can't reach it. He tries using a stool, but he still can't grab it. He wants to know, how is he ever going to grab that cereal box??? At school, Sid and his friends encounter another problem. They need to get a ball down that got stuck in a tree. Susie has an idea. If they have a problem, it's time to "engineer a solution." The kids work as a team, brainstorm some ideas, draw pictures of their ideas, and then try building their ideas. And to make the day even more exciting, Dad visits school and volunteers to help the kids build a special "grabber" to get the ball down from the tree!(Educational Objective - Engineering) 
Mar 19
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train One Smart Dinosaur/Petey the Peteinosaurus "One Smart Dinosaur"Buddy and Tiny want to test their memory, so they ride the Dinosaur Train and spend some time with the Conductor, since he's a Troodon with a great memory. The kids get to meet the Conductor's mom, Mrs. Conductor. "Petey The Peteinosaurus" Buddy and Tiny ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Petey Peteinosaurus, a "flying lizard," who is fun, funny, and friendly, and has some features similar to both Buddy and Tiny! 
Mar 19
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Digging the Deep/Puddle Puzzle Digging The DeepNick and Sally are exploring how deep they can dig in the sandbox. The Cat arrives to whisk them away to the deepest place he knows - the bottom of the Swirly Whirly Ocean! They meet up with Aurilia the Angler fish who guides them to the very bottom of the ocean floor. Now that they've gone as deep as deep can be, it's off to find the next adventure!Educational Objective: Exploring the different levels of the ocean environment, down through the deep Twilight Zone to the ocean floor. Puddle PuzzleNick and Sally are excited to jump in the giant puddle in their backyard - but it's gone! Where did it go? With the help of Cat's Seussian camera, they see that the puddle has turned into water vapour. Off they go to the Bluey Blue Sky to follow their puddle. They discover that the water vapor rises high into the sky, then cools off and falls as rain. They go back home and are delighted to see that their puddle is back.Educational Objective: The sun turns water into vapor, which rises up to form clouds. As the air cools, the water vapor condenses back into water droplets, which soon return to the earth again, as rain. 
Mar 19
3:00 PM
Curious George George Fixes Betsy's Wagon/Curious George Takes a Dive George Fixes Betsy's Wagon: George and Steve borrow Betsy's wagon to pick up a package, but on the way they lose a wheel. To replace the wheel, they experiment with a piece of wood, some roller skates, and baby carriage wheels. Can they find some way to keep that wagon rolling? And what's in that giant package anyhow? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore the system of wheels and axles that make a wagon work correctly.Curious George Takes a Dive: George makes friends with a turtle down at Lake Wanasink Lake but worries that because the turtle has no thumbs, it's going to get a lot of water up its nose when it goes into the lake. The solution is to bring the turtle home and keep it in the bathtub. But the turtle is just not happy in the bathtub and when George brings home fish and weeds and frogs from the lake to keep it company, The Man with the Yellow Hat isn't very happy either. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that various plants and animals inhabit different kinds of environments and have structures and functions that help them thrive in these environments. 
Mar 19
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha's Chair/TD the Pack Rat Martha's Chair Martha's family has a birthday surprise - a new dog bed! After a few sleepless nights, the family realizes that Martha misses her stinky old chair. But Mrs. Demson bought it and has plans of her own for the chair after she sees one just like it on Antiques Roadshow.Vocabulary(E) antique, donate(d), upholstery, profit(ed), valuable(I) furniture, worth(less), rich, cost, clean(ing)(ed)(ers)TD the Pack RatTD has too much junk! TD's mom makes him an offer: He can keep everything he has, as long as he doesn't bring anything else home. Does TD have the willpower?Vocabulary(E) worthless, rubbish, clutter, salvage(d), priceless, perspective(s)(I) garbage, junk, collect(ion), keep, sell 
Mar 19
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 19
4:30 PM
WordGirl Road Rage, Anger, and Fury/By Jove, You've Wrecked My Robots! Road Rage, Anger, and FuryFeeling at the end of her rope and fed up with all of the city's traffic, Lady Redundant Woman creates an army of copies in order to block all of the other cars and get her own carried out of traffic. Can Becky successfully trick her family into believing that a Becky balloon is actually her so that WordGirl can get out into traffic to defeat Lady Redundant Woman?Vocabulary Words: Obstacle, RantBy Jove, You've Wrecked My Robots!With the hopes of exposing WordGirl's true identity, Tobey takes a game about evil robots to Becky's house. When the game turns out to be a real battle between actual robots, Becky must do what she can to save the city and keep WordGirl's true identity a secret.Vocabulary Words: Savvy, Realize 
Mar 19
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 19
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Sweet American Classics Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate Lemon Chiffon Pie at home. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite new coffee gadgets. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect marbled Blueberry Bundt Cake. 
Mar 19
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Sunday Suppers COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 19
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Northern Norway: Ice Cold Bounty" In this episode, host Andreas Viestad explores the rugged coastline of Vesterålen in Northern Norway, where he later prepares cod and Arctic char fresh from the North Sea. 
Mar 19
7:00 PM
Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay Half a century after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women in both high-paying, high-growth STEM careers and those in part-time, low-wage jobs still only make, on average, 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. In that time span, the current wage gap improved at a rate of less than half a cent per year; if it continues at that pace, the wage gap will not close completely until 2053. Month to month, women — primary or co-breadwinners in six out of every 10 American families — face greater financial burdens in meeting living costs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and child care. The wage gap also limits their options to afford education. And across the span of a lifetime, women face less financial stability heading into retirement, with fewer pensions and lower Social Security payments to sustain them. In front of a live studio audience, CLOSING THE GAP: 50 YEARS SEEKING EQUAL PAY scrutinizes hotly debated statistics and moves beyond highly politicized and over-simplified talking points to explore the factors contributing to the wage gap and strategize on ways to attain equal pay. CNBC's Sharon Epperson serves as the program host, with guests including the namesake of the 2009 Fair Pay Act, Lilly Ledbetter; National Organization for Women (NOW) President Terry O'Neill, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Executive Director and CEO Linda Hallman, Ms. Foundation for Women CEO Teresa Younger and YWCA-USA CEO Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron. CLOSING THE GAP offers advice for overcoming wage secrecy policies in the workplace and researching fair salaries for jobs; considers pathways to improved public policies; arms women with the information and skills they need to earn fair pay at all points on the career continuum; and provides tips on achieving a financially secure retirement. 
Mar 19
8:00 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. 
Mar 19
9:00 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."  
Mar 19
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Pantheism: Is God the World? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 19
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about life-changing medical decisions. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes. Host Dr. Peter Salgo presents intriguing, real-life cases to experts representing every medical specialty, who then grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes.  
Mar 19
11:00 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.  
Mar 20
12:00 AM
Classic Gospel Homecoming Picnic Filmed at the Fiddler's grove historic village in Lebanon TN, The Homecoming Picnic features all the elements of the perfect picnic, complete with warm dinner-table conversations, plenty of fun and games, and lots of great singing around the campfire. Musical performances by Michael English, TaRanda Green, The Hayes Family, Dottie Rambo, The Isaacs, Gordon Mote, Gaither Vocal Band and many more, celebrating the past, present and future of gospel music. 
Mar 20
1:00 AM
Jubilee The Roys/Darin & Brooke Aldridge/The Bankesters Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 20
2:00 AM
Classic Gospel Atlanta Homecoming Favorite Gaither Homecoming performers gather in Atlanta for a collection of well-known inspirational songs. Performers include the Goodmans, the Gaither Vocal Band, David Phelps and the Isaacs. And no show from Atlanta would be complete without a little Georgia On My Mind. 
Mar 20
3:00 AM
Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay Half a century after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women in both high-paying, high-growth STEM careers and those in part-time, low-wage jobs still only make, on average, 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. In that time span, the current wage gap improved at a rate of less than half a cent per year; if it continues at that pace, the wage gap will not close completely until 2053. Month to month, women — primary or co-breadwinners in six out of every 10 American families — face greater financial burdens in meeting living costs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and child care. The wage gap also limits their options to afford education. And across the span of a lifetime, women face less financial stability heading into retirement, with fewer pensions and lower Social Security payments to sustain them. In front of a live studio audience, CLOSING THE GAP: 50 YEARS SEEKING EQUAL PAY scrutinizes hotly debated statistics and moves beyond highly politicized and over-simplified talking points to explore the factors contributing to the wage gap and strategize on ways to attain equal pay. CNBC's Sharon Epperson serves as the program host, with guests including the namesake of the 2009 Fair Pay Act, Lilly Ledbetter; National Organization for Women (NOW) President Terry O'Neill, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Executive Director and CEO Linda Hallman, Ms. Foundation for Women CEO Teresa Younger and YWCA-USA CEO Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron. CLOSING THE GAP offers advice for overcoming wage secrecy policies in the workplace and researching fair salaries for jobs; considers pathways to improved public policies; arms women with the information and skills they need to earn fair pay at all points on the career continuum; and provides tips on achieving a financially secure retirement. 
Mar 20
4:00 AM
Women in Chemistry: Life Lessons from the Lab A documentary profiling eight remarkable women who have made important contributions to the field of chemistry. The Women in Chemistry project set out to present a group of eminent women chemists in all their dimensions principally to inspire young women to consider careers in the chemical and molecular sciences. Undaunted by sexism, racism and religious discrimination, these risk takers remained steadfast in the face of adversity, confident in their ability, certain of the importance of their work, and fueled by the energy generated by the pursuit of an idea.The documentary weaves together first person storytelling about shared milestones: childhood, early careers and educational pursuits, achievement amidst adversity, and finally discoveries and successes in laboratories, classrooms, government offices and boardrooms around the world. The emotionally rich storytelling is complemented by compelling imagery that makes science come alive.The eight women featured are: Nancy Chang, cofounder and former CEO of the biopharmaceutical firm Tanox; Uma Chowdhry, retired senior vice president and chief science and technology officer of DuPont; Mildred Cohn, first female president of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Mary L. Good, former president of the American Chemical Society, undersecretary for technology in the U.S. Department of Commerce under President Bill Clinton, and recipient of the Priestley Medal; Kitty Hach-Darrow, cofounder of the Hach Chemical Company; Paula Hammond, David H. Koch Professor in engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Stephanie Kwolek, former research associate at DuPont and inventor of Kevlar; and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, founder, chairman, and managing director of Biocon Limited. 
Mar 20
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 20
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Fishing Lessons/No Baths for Cleo An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 20
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Polar Bears Don't Dance While in the Arctic, Martin and Chris are on a mission to discover how animals move around in different environments. Their new knowledge comes in handy when they discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a Walrus calf and a Polar bear cub. The Wild Kratts team must do what it takes to return the baby animals to their mothers.Science Concepts: Buoyancy, Traction 
Mar 20
7:00 AM
Arthur Ants in Arthur's Pants/Don't Ask Muffy To excel in science, Mr. Ratburn's class has to prove that they have P.A.N.T.S.-the ability to be patient, attentive, nosy, thoughtful, and systematic. And Arthur's certain he's got 'em to ace his ant project à until the crawly creatures end up everywhere but in their ant-farm! Can Arthur's P.A.N.T.S. save his project - and save the ants from the exterminator? Muffy starts an advice column in the school newspaper to launch her career as a rich and famous talk-show host. There's only one problem - the kids are ignoring her, and flocking to a mystery advice-giver instead! If Muffy wants to be as popular as Hoprah Linseed, she'll have to learn a few lessons about competition and what really makes a good listener à 
Mar 20
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 20
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 20
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 20
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 20
9:00 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. 
Mar 20
9:30 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. 
Mar 20
10:00 AM
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.  
Mar 20
10:30 AM
This is America & the World Latin America Roundtable Part II This week Dennis Wholey continues his conversation with 4 experts on Latin America from leading Washington think tanks. Their conversation examines what is on the horizon for Latin America, what has gone unnoticed as the media has focused elsewhere and what these experts have found after devoting their careers to the region. Guests include Harold Trinkunas (Brookings), Amb. Roger F. Noriega (American Enterprise Institute), Vanessa Cárdenas (Center for American Progress) and Juan Carlos Hidalgo (Cato Institute). 
Mar 20
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxacan Cheese Primer In Mexico, cheese is all about fresh cheese. So fresh, in fact, that Rick planned his cheese making with two local women in the village of Rojas around the milking of the alfalfa-fed cows. We see that uber-fresh milk turned into the sweet, tender curds known as queso fresco and the tangy, salty quesillo (string cheese) so ubiquitous to many Oaxacan specialties. In his Chicago home kitchen, Rick encourages viewers to try their own hand at fresh cheese. As a reward, he creates a simple dinner featuring the just-made cheeses as well as salsas from his grill with salad from the garden. Fresh indeed! 
Mar 20
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 109 Late Autumn On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that says goodbye to autumn! End the season with a delicious comfort food recipe that includes Scallops, NY Strip Steak and Bonne Bouche. 
Mar 20
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Gold in Them Hills" White truffle hunt; Truffles and Eggs; Plin (ancient stuffed pasta); wine maker Giovanni Folinari; Chef Stefano Cervelli's Pasta with Sea Urchins. 
Mar 20
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Puebla: Food from a Colonial Jewel Travel with Pati to the state of Puebla to see why it isn't just the site of the legendary Cinco de Mayo battle — it's also home to some of Mexico's most luscious, delectable culinary treats. Creamy Poblano SoupChicken TingaGlazed Santa Clara Cookies 
Mar 20
1:00 PM
Caillou Caillou Cares Caillou's Cricket: Caillou inadvertently brings a cricket in the house and decides it'll be fun to keep it as a pet. When the cricket gets loose and Caillou goes on a wild-cricket hunt, he's suddenly able to see things from the cricket's perspective...and decides to put the cricket back outside where it belongs. Educational Objective: Wild creatures belong in their natural habitat; empathy.Dog Dilemma: When Sarah gets a new dog, Caillou is actually a little jealous. All Sarah wants to do is play with her new pup! Caillou feels a little annoyed with the dog...until he dog-sits for an afternoon and realizes Sarah's dog is actually pretty great. He and Sarah talk about their feelings, and they decide it'd be fun for all of them to play together. Educational Objective: Jealousy; the importance of communication. The Spider Issue: After looking at a spider alien comic book with his older pal, Andre, Caillou feels afraid of real spiders. He's nervous around the house, until Daddy tells him some spider facts and shows him how cool spiders can really be...and Caillou has to agree; they ARE pretty cool! Educational Objective: Learning the difference between fact and fiction. 
Mar 20
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Getting a Shot: You Can Do It! Sid is super excited because his Grandma is coming to school! Grandma is a nurse, so she'll be giving everyone the new flu vaccination. Sid and his friends are a little hesitant to get the shot, and they have lots of questions about the vaccination and what it does inside their bodies. Grandma and Susie team up to explain the science of how a vaccination works, and then Grandma kicks in with a special song that makes getting a vaccination super easy!Educational Objective: Vaccinations are one important way for children, parents, and the whole community to stay safe and healthy. And even though getting a shot might hurt a little, it helps keep the body healthy and active for a long time 
Mar 20
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Now With Feathers!/A Frill a Minute "Now With Feathers!"Dad gives Tiny and Buddy a mystery feather and the kids become "detectives," riding the Dinosaur Train to meet Valerie Velociraptor, who shows our kids what life is like covered with beautiful feathers. "A Frill a Minute"The kids help Tank Triceratops overcome his awkwardness having a huge head by showing him how cool and amazing his features are, especially his frill. 
Mar 20
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Help With Kelp/Treetop Tom Help With KelpIt's Fish's birthday and Nick and Sally want to get him a special present, but who can they ask for ideas? Cat's friend Gary the Garibaldi fish might have an idea! Off to the Briny Blue Sea where they meet a variety of creatures in a kelp forest who use the kelp for both food and protection. Back at home they make a picture of the kelp forest for Fish. It's the best present he could ever hope for!Educational Objective: Exploring the wonderful variety of animals that depend upon underwater forests of giant kelp. Treetop TomNick and Sally are playing when their ball gets caught up high in the branches of a tree. Oh how they wish they were tall! Being tall is something Cat's friend Treetop Tom knows all about. They meet the giraffe in the So Sunny Savannah, and with the help of Cat's "tallerizers", Nick and Sally are as tall as Tom! They soon learn that being small has its benefits, and luckily, Cat has stilts so he can get their ball out of the tree back at home.Educational Objective: Seeing the world through the eyes of the tallest mammal on earth - the giraffe. 
Mar 20
3:00 PM
Curious George Unbalanced/Curious George vs. Winter Unbalanced: The Amazing Balancing Zucchinis come to town, and George realizes that there's nothing he wants more in life than to be an acrobat. But before he can join the troupe, he needs to learn a lot more about balance and help save an allergic tightrope walker from a very determined cat. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn how the amount of weight, position of weight, and the position of the fulcrum affect balance.Curious George vs. Winter: Winter is closing in and George is miserable...how's he going to survive without all the fun summertime activities he loves? When he decides to ignore the weather and play with his wading pool and his bubbles, he learns some interesting things about freezing and melting. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that water freezes into ice when it is cooled and that ice melts into water when it is heated. 
Mar 20
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Painting for Peanuts/Martha's No Dummy Painting for Peanuts The zoo is in danger of closing! Helen and TD volunteer for an animal painting class to try and save it. But it turns out animal painting isn't exactly what they thought...Vocabulary(E) realistic, easel, participate(d), abstract, portrait(I) painting(s), artwork, brushes, course, sculpture, pose(s)Martha's No Dummy Granny Flo is hosting a variety show. Helen and Carolina team up to perform a pantomime, Alice practices her tap routine, and Truman perfects his water glass symphony, but TD and Martha struggle to come up with an act. Will they ever find their voice?Vocabulary(E) pantomime, routine(s)(ly), rehears(ing)(al)(ed), ventriloquist, entertain(ment)(ing)(ed)(I) host(ing), show, old-fashioned, star(dom)(s), act 
Mar 20
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Mega Mall Problem/The Cleopatra Problem The Mega Mall Problem - The Mega Mall. Peg and Cat search the enormous Mega Mall for the teens so they can all enter the Zebra Guy dance contest.Primary Content: Attributes of objectsSecondary Content: MapsThe Cleopatra Problem - Ancient Egypt. When Peg and Cat are playing marbles among the pyramids with Queen Cleopatra, Peg's marble is stolen by a mysterious man with an orange triangular beard.Primary Content: Using a pan balance to compare weightSecondary Content: Triangles 
Mar 20
4:30 PM
WordGirl Seize the Cheese/Ms. Question's Riddle Rampage! Seize the CheeseIt's a beautiful Fall day and Mr. and Mrs. Botsford drag Becky and TJ away from their video game to enjoy a family hike. Dr. Two-Brains is also outside apple picking with his henchmen -- of course his plans involve seizing cheese, as well. Will Becky be able to sneak away from her family and become WordGirl to save the city's cheese? Vocabulary Words: Seize, SavorMs. Question's Riddle Rampage!On their way to the beach, the Botsford family gets stuck in traffic -- Ms. Question has put up a toll that citizens must answer a riddle to get through, otherwise, they'll be stranded! Will WordGirl be able to defeat Ms. Question by answering her most difficult riddle?Vocabulary Words: Stranded, Puzzled 
Mar 20
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 20
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 20
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Steakhouse Specials Off the Grill COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 20
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Southern Norway : Smoke and Water" On a brisk winter day, host Andreas Viestad travels to Vestfold in Southern Norway at the peak of the brisling sardine season. Inspired by Scandinavian tradition, Andreas catches and then smokes the little fish. 
Mar 20
7:00 PM
Tossed Out: Food Waste in America Farmers and growers have made gigantic advancements in food production over the last century, ensuring more food flows from farm to table than at any time in human history. Yet, some estimates say as much as 40 percent of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten.Food waste is the single-largest source of waste in municipal landfills. An incredible 35 million tons of food were thrown away in 2012, according to the EPA. As it decomposes in landfills, the waste releases methane and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Meanwhile, 1 in 6 Americans struggles with hunger and the world wonders how to address the challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050. 
Mar 20
7:30 PM
Fish Meat: Choose Your Farm Wisely Did you know that over half of the fish you eat is farmed? But where does it come from? And how is it raised?Fish Meat is a film that seeks to answer the questions plaguing fish-lovers everywhere by taking viewers behind the scenes of fish farms. It's the only film on the market that explores the diverse array of fish farms in existence, and what those differences can mean for the consumer.Directed by Joe Cunningham, this documentary follows two scientists, environmental engineer Ted Caplow and fish biologist Andy Danylchuk, as they go on a journey to pull back the cover on modern fish farming. Sailing through Turkey, a country steeped in fish farming history, they discover that the most modern operations aren't necessarily the most sustainable ones. 
Mar 20
8:00 PM
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives When the US government ignored repeated warnings by its own scientists and allowed untested genetically modified (GM) crops into our environment and food supply, it was a gamble of unprecedented proportions. The health of all living things and all future generations were put at risk by an infant technology. After two decades, physicians and scientists have uncovered a grave trend. The same serious health problems found in lab animals, livestock, and pets that have been fed GM foods are now on the rise in the US population. And when people and animals stop eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their health improves. This seminal documentary by bestselling author Jeffrey M Smith provides compelling evidence to help explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children, and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future. 
Mar 20
9:00 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."  
Mar 20
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth How Do Brains Work? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 20
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Neurotransmitter Therapy and Hot Flash Treatment Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 20
11:00 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.  
Mar 21
12:00 AM
Night of the Proms  Sting opens with an inspired "Summertime." The Pointer Sisters set the stage on "Fire." John Miles performs one the greatest rock ballads, "Bohemian Rhapsody." Chrissie Hynde joins Alessandro Safina for an Italian-English duet of "Aria E Memoria (We'll Be Together)." Nile Rodgers & Chic bring down the house with "Good Times."• Sting - "Summertime"• The Pointer Sisters - "Fire"• John Miles - "Bohemian Rhapsody"• Alessandro Safina & Chrissie Hynde - "Aria E Memoria (We'll Be Together)"• Nile Rodgers & Chic - "Good Times" 
Mar 21
12:30 AM
Night of the Proms  Roger Hodgson plays his Supertramp hit, "The Logical Song." Naturally 7 challenges Il Novecento to a duel. Sinead O'Connor mesmerizes with her first performance of "Troy" in 20 years. Meat Loaf rips your heart out with an impassioned "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)." Nile Rodgers & Chic lead an all-star lineup in celebrating "We Are Family."• Roger Hodgson (Supertramp) - "The Logical Song"• Naturally 7 - "Naturally 7 vs. Il Novecento"• Sinead O'Connor - "Troy"• Meat Loaf - "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)"• Nile Rodgers & Chic - "We Are Family" 
Mar 21
1:00 AM
Backstage Pass The Lash Celtic-American mash-up from a Michigan favorite. 
Mar 21
2:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Dawes   
Mar 21
3:00 AM
Tossed Out: Food Waste in America Farmers and growers have made gigantic advancements in food production over the last century, ensuring more food flows from farm to table than at any time in human history. Yet, some estimates say as much as 40 percent of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten.Food waste is the single-largest source of waste in municipal landfills. An incredible 35 million tons of food were thrown away in 2012, according to the EPA. As it decomposes in landfills, the waste releases methane and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Meanwhile, 1 in 6 Americans struggles with hunger and the world wonders how to address the challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050. 
Mar 21
3:30 AM
Fish Meat: Choose Your Farm Wisely Did you know that over half of the fish you eat is farmed? But where does it come from? And how is it raised?Fish Meat is a film that seeks to answer the questions plaguing fish-lovers everywhere by taking viewers behind the scenes of fish farms. It's the only film on the market that explores the diverse array of fish farms in existence, and what those differences can mean for the consumer.Directed by Joe Cunningham, this documentary follows two scientists, environmental engineer Ted Caplow and fish biologist Andy Danylchuk, as they go on a journey to pull back the cover on modern fish farming. Sailing through Turkey, a country steeped in fish farming history, they discover that the most modern operations aren't necessarily the most sustainable ones. 
Mar 21
4:00 AM
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives When the US government ignored repeated warnings by its own scientists and allowed untested genetically modified (GM) crops into our environment and food supply, it was a gamble of unprecedented proportions. The health of all living things and all future generations were put at risk by an infant technology. After two decades, physicians and scientists have uncovered a grave trend. The same serious health problems found in lab animals, livestock, and pets that have been fed GM foods are now on the rise in the US population. And when people and animals stop eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their health improves. This seminal documentary by bestselling author Jeffrey M Smith provides compelling evidence to help explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children, and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future. 
Mar 21
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 21
6:00 AM
Pedal America "Y'all Pedal and Eat Now!" - Savannah, Georgia Ira David tours southern Americana in historic Savannah, Georgia. Pedal around the city's architectural squares and visit The Wormsloe Historic Site, Bonaventure Cemetery, and Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room for authentic southern fare; plus, a look at the city's initiatives that helped to earn itself "bicycle-friendly" status from the League of American Bicyclists. 
Mar 21
6:30 AM
Natural Heroes Brower Youth Awards 2011 The Brower Youth Awards honors legendary environmental activist David Brower, and calls forth a new generation of leaders. From skateboarders to Girl Scouts to surfers, meet six young people honored for their outstanding activism and achievements in the fields of environmental and social justice advocacy. 
Mar 21
7:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 21
7:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe The Netherlands beyond Amsterdam Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, returns to transport public television viewers to the continent's bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countryside. In the eighth season of RICK STEVES' EUROPE, Rick rediscovers some of his favorite destinations in France, Italy, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Germany, and further abroad in the multicultural crossroads of Turkey, Israel and Palestine. Each episode contains Rick's valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical, experience-enhancing travel advice. 
Mar 21
8:00 AM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Scandinavia Merrilees takes a culinary tour around Scandinavia, a region infused with Viking history and heritage. She begins her travels at a Viking festival, learns how to smoke herring in a Swedish village, assists with the smorgasbord at the Midsummer Festival, prepares moose with Lars Backman — the inspiration for the Swedish Chef on "The Muppet Show" — and cooks with the Sami people at the Arctic Circle. 
Mar 21
9:00 AM
Curiosity Quest Goes Green Kids Recycling Children are always curious what happens to the recyclables after the trash truck picks them up, or why do we need to separate all of the recyclables. This episode answers children's questions with regards to the environment. 
Mar 21
9:30 AM
Garden Smart  Early season color is a welcome change. Join us as we GardenSMART at an historic property that's been preparing for spring for a long time. It's great to be back in the garden with plenty to learn. Join us. 
Mar 21
10:00 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. 
Mar 21
10:30 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. 
Mar 21
11:00 AM
Best of Painting Wild Places Cayo Costa, Part 2 In a step-by-step demonstration, Gary concludes—with finishing details—the Cayo Costa beach watercolor painting from the previous episode. 
Mar 21
11:30 AM
Grand View  Acclaimed landscape painter Stefan Baumann's art reflects his commitment to ecology and the preservation of the natural environment. In the re-release of his series THE GRAND VIEW, Baumann hikes deep into the United States' National Parks (including Yellowstone and Sequoia National Parks in California; Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon and the Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim in Arizona), to share his passion for nature and art. In each episode, he applies the realist theory of the Old Masters into environmentally inspired paintings. Baumann's treks encompass every aspect of the park, focusing on the plants, wildlife and the geologic and human history. 
Mar 21
12:00 PM
Woodwright's Shop, The Viceless Devices From the holdfast to the birdsmouth, Roy explores wondrous ways to grip the grain and rediscovers an old trick from a rare book. 
Mar 21
12:30 PM
Woodsmith Shop Planter Box & Outdoor Bench The editors of Woodsmith magazine cover the best ways to build and protect a planter box and an outdoor bench. 
Mar 21
1:00 PM
Built to Last Sustainable Landscaping The second season of "Built to Last" focuses on new technologies available to save money and the environment when constructing a home. A team of carpenters and contractors build a family home that strives to meet the highest standards in green construction that will also stand the test of time. Featuring expert commentary from national energy expert Sam Rashkin (chief architect, Residential Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy). 
Mar 21
1:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Mar 21
2:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Puerto Escondido: Living the Dream Ever dream of renting a space with a kitchen in Mexico just so you can cook all the fresh fish you can eat? Rick lives the dream at Hotel Villas Carrizalillo in Puerto Escondido. First, he peruses the town market for inspiration and ingredients from heirloom tomatoes to the local tuxtla chiles. Then he joins a resident expert to take him spear fishing off Roca Blanca Playa, one of the prettiest beaches in Mexico, for the freshest possible catch for his feast. And what a feast it is! Rick takes one robalo and turns it into an aguachile (a spicy ceviche appetizer), a brothy soup with chayote and beer, and pan-seared robalo with a tomatillo-pumpkinseed sauce. All from a small kitchen at the villas, a sharp knife, a couple of large pans and blender! Paradise indeed! 
Mar 21
2:30 PM
Christina "Lighten up...It's Only Your Health" If men's waists exceed 40 inches and women exceed 35, they are in trouble with their risk of heart-related illnesses rising with each expanding inch. Plus guts hanging over your belt just ain't pretty. And you're missing out on what's going on with your toes! Foods that can slim your waist and improve your health can be delicious when you're scrambling chickpeas. 
Mar 21
3:00 PM
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu  Join Alamelu on this week's episode of "Healthful Indian flavors with Alamelu" as she prepares a highly aromatic tamarind based sauce featuring boiled eggs, called Egg kulambu, Cauliflower Kootu which is a creamy and flavorful cauliflower dish cooked with lentils and ginger, and Broccoli Poriyal a seasoned stir-fry. Show Recipes: Egg Kulambu, Cauliflower Kootu, Broccoli Poriyal 
Mar 21
3:30 PM
Cooking on the Wild Side  Phyllis Speer brings a little Cajun favor with Striper Boil. Jim and Patty's Pig Newton's are a fun appetizer that are sure to please kids and adults alike. Topsy-Turvy Pizza is a fun and easy dish for camping or to make a great weekday meal. 
Mar 21
4:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dinner from the Prairie COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 21
4:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 21
5:00 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 
Mar 21
5:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals MIDDLE EASTERN MASHUP #420: MIDDLE EASTERN MASHUPFeeds Wed., 4/1/15 & Wed., 6/10/15Lamb is the go-to meat of the Middle East and in this episode, Sara combines two favorite lamb dishes with recipes she learned on a recent trip to Turkey. She's got Lamb Chops with a Turkish Pear Salsa, plus Herbed Lamb and Feta Burgers. On top of that, an addictive Turkish Mushroom and Cheese Dip that's super fast and simple. 
Mar 21
6:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rene David Chang hangs out with one of his best friends, Rene Redzepi — who happens to be the world's top chef. 
Mar 21
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Rich Farmland Andreas visits the county of Hedmark in Eastern Norway, a region known for big farms and abundance of produce. Inspired by 19th-century recipes of Norway's first cookbook writer, Andreas makes beef meatballs, sour cream porridge with air-cured ham and thick steaks served with mushroom ragu and potato gratin. 
Mar 21
7:00 PM
PERFECT BALANCE When the curtain rises on a ballet performance, audience members may marvel at the artistry and skill of the choreography, but often overlook the dedicated dancers responsible for bringing the work to life. A PERFECT BALANCE, produced by the same team responsible for Young Stars of Ballet(APT Exchange), goes backstage for another revealing look inside the world of ballet. Through interviews, some of the world's greatest dancers describe the commitment and discipline required for a life in professional ballet. Their stories provide a rarely seen glimpse into the lives of some of today's most gifted and accomplished dancers and shed light on the creative process. The program, filmed over five years of Evening With the Stars Gala Performances in Indianapolis, captures principal dancers from the American Ballet Theatre, Berlin Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, New York City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet rehearsing and performing their signature works in a wide array of styles — classical pas de deux, contemporary, high-energy, lyrical and romantic. 
Mar 21
8:00 PM
A Reason to Dance As a mother, teacher, and dancer, China Smith is on a quest to spread awareness about the mixed nature and diversity of the African diaspora through contemporary dance. Her company, Ballet Afrique, employs a synthesis of ballet and modern blended with Afrocentric undertones to articulate the human condition and spirit through the unbounded art form of dance. As Smith wrestles with the business aspect of sharing her art as well as the uphill battle against cultural expectations and the cultural stereotypes of ballet, she continues to cement herself as an indelible and essential part of the dance scene. 
Mar 21
9:00 PM
Mia, a dancer's journey One of the most celebrated ballerinas of the 20th century, Mia Slavenska was Croatia's greatest dancer and a pioneer in American ballet. 
Mar 21
10:00 PM
Pedro E. Guerrero, Portrait of an Image Maker Pedro E. Guerrero was the photographer for three of America's most famous artists: architect Frank Lloyd Wright and sculptors Louise Nevelson and Alexander Calder. Guerrero's six-decade career included long-term relationships with each of these individuals. Guerrero's collection of photgraphs on this website also includes scenes of New York in the 1940's, Mid-Century Modern homes and interiorsfrom the 1950's, and Nudes from the 1930's. 
Mar 21
10:30 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. 
Mar 22
12:00 AM
Cardboard Bernini; The Olympia Stone's documentary, "The Cardboard Bernini," examines the work and life of artist James Grashow as he builds a giant cardboard fountain inspired by the work of the famous baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini. 
Mar 22
1:00 AM
Mayme Kratz / Stand Still Mayme Kratz is an established Arizona artist, a collector of biological odds and ends, materials harvested from frequently overlooked desert debris. Her cast resin sculptures highlight the interconnectedness of nature and space and the creative spirit, as if Kratz has fostered a three-dimensional language to express the crucial elements of poetry. This examination of light, color and form causes us to reconsider what it means to pause and pay attention. 
Mar 22
1:30 AM
Paley on Park Avenue: New York City World-renowned metal sculptor Albert Paley's latest endeavor, one of his most ambitious to date, collectively weighs more than 100 tons and spans three-quarters of a mile along of the nation's most illustrious thoroughfares. PALEY ON PARK AVENUE follows Paley and his team as they create 13 original sculptures designed to grace the median of Park Avenue in New York City for six months. With unprecedented access to the artist and his studios, PALEY ON PARK AVENUE charts the entire project from conception to installation. The documentary also features revealing stories about the sculptor, his work and the Park Avenue project through interviews with Paley, his staff and community leaders. 
Mar 22
2:30 AM
Casting Call to Curtain Call This one-hour observational documentary goes behind the scenes at one of the most successful community theaters in the country as it stages the Charles Dickens holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. Every November, the Omaha Community Playhouse performs A Christmas Carol to enthusiastic crowds from across the region. But what the audience doesn't see are the awkward, funny, strange and inspiring moments that happen long before the curtain opens. From the backstage struggles to the onstage camaraderie, this documentary explores the creative process that takes this holiday tradition from the page to the stage.In NET Television's, Casting Call to Curtain Call, cameras document every step of the process from the nerve-wracking auditions to the demanding 6-week rehearsal schedule. It is a nightly blend of laughter and struggle in preparation for opening night and a revelation for those who have never seen behind the curtain at a theatre production. 
Mar 22
3:30 AM
Sosua: Make a Better World Sosua: Make a Better World tells the story of Jewish and Dominican teenagers in New York City's Washington Heights, who together with the legendary theater director, Liz Swados, put on a musical about the Dominican rescue of 800 Jews from Hitler's Germany. Award winning filmmakers Peter Miller and Renee Silverman interweave an intimate, behind-the-scenes portrait of the neighborhood with this little-known Holocaust story. 
Mar 22
4:30 AM
Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco Stage Left is a brisk and brow-raising documentary film in celebration of a unique theater community. Inspired by a Western history of risk taking and exploration, a climate of political and social activism, a particular multicultural mix, and a geography that is seismically unstable, San Francisco theater artists have focused on pushing the boundaries of the form. Their interest in redefining performance where it takes place, how it is staged, and what it encompasses - has had a lasting influence on theater in the United States and around the world. Stage Left brings together the directors, actors, composers and playwrights, the artists and the eccentrics that have made the Bay Area theater scene an experimental, multidisciplinary and political hotbed: Herbert Blau (Actor's Workshop), R.G. Davis (SF Mime Troupe), Peter Coyote (actor), Joan Holden (SF Mime Troupe), Luis Valdez (El Teatro Campesino), Bill Irwin (Pickle Family Circus), Robin Williams (actor), Oskar Eustis (Eureka Theater, The Public Theater), Tony Taccone (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Carey Perloff (American Conservatory Theater), Scrumbly Koldewyn (the Cockettes) and many more. 
Mar 22
5:30 AM
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. 
Mar 22
6:00 AM
Sesame Street A Bicycle Built by Two Luis and Telly follow a diagram of a bicycle and build the perfect-sized bicycle for Little Chicken. Educational objective: STEM/Self-Regulation 
Mar 22
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Facial Exercises Facial exercises are important because they increase sensory awareness in mouth and encourge facial expression. These exercises are essential for anyone experiencing neurological challenges. 
Mar 22
7:30 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 22
8:00 AM
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE continues its focus on overall wellness and physical fitness. This new season of 30 half-hour episodes features Miranda Esmonde-White performing her graceful, fluid and controlled method of stretching on location in Jamaica. Her total-body workout combines tai-chi, yoga, ballet, physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques, as well as stretches for a variety of muscles and ligaments. The series is ideal for anyone suffering from back, knee or shoulder pain, or for those looking to increase their energy level, enhance flexibility, reduce stress, improve posture, manage osteoporosis, strengthen muscles and tone legs, arms and abdominals.  
Mar 22
8:30 AM
Functional Fitness Younger Muscles in 30 Days Do you have an iron, a broom or soup cans? Then you have a home gym! Functional Fitness - Real Fitness for Real Life Challenges concentrates on training your body to cope using real life body mechanics with everyday household items. three levels of intensity are demonstrated allowing people of all fitness levels to participate. This is the only series on TV created by a licensed Occupational Therapist - Suzanne Andrews, who specializes in treating common medical conditions including diabetes, arthritis, obesity, neck and back pain and balance.  
Mar 22
9:00 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.  
Mar 22
9:30 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.  
Mar 22
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 22
10:30 AM
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.  
Mar 22
11:00 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 22
11:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Stephen Greenblatt, part 2 of 2 Stephen Greenblatt, John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University and winner of the 2011 National Book Award for non-fiction, is one of the world's foremost literary scholars and critics. He is credited with inventing the literary methodology known as The New Historicism. He is also the author of two bestselling works of literary history, the 2004 Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare and the 2011 The Swerve: How the World Became Modern, the work for which he received the National Book Award. In this, the second of a two-part interview, Greenblatt focuses on these two books. He notes how early discussions with the filmmaker Marc Norman resulted in Shakespeare in Love, written by Norman and Tom Stoppard, and inspired him to write his own speculative biography of Shakespeare. In Will in the World, he postulates, for example, that Shakespeare might have been a secret Catholic; he also notes historical events that might have led to the composition of The Merchant of Venice. His more recent book, The Swerve, covers the rediscovery in the 15th century of a work by the Roman philosopher and poet Lucretius. Lucretius's poem De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things) put forth the idea that the world was made of atoms with no antecedent cause or eventual end to their continual movement and combination. In the book, Greenblatt traces the complicated route that leads from Lucretius to the world of Darwin, Einstein, and us. 
Mar 22
12:00 PM
CEO Global Foresight Diagnostics for All, Self-Administered Diagnostic Tests in Your Medicine This company is at the cutting edge of diagnostic testing, with a very sophisticated diagnostic device on a piece of paper the size of a postage stamp. Experts consider the technology a game changer for global health, including for the 3rd world. CEO Dr. Una Ryan, whose life science achievements have won her The Order of the British Empire, joins us to discuss the future of global health and breakthrough diagnostics that could let you test yourself for an illness like strep throat or diabetes. 
Mar 22
12:30 PM
Take on the South "What is the Necessary South?" "Without the South, is there an "America""? Since the earliest days of the American republic, the South has served primarily as "the negative other" whose characteristics had to be overcome so that the United States could become a beacon of hope for the world. In the last decades of the "What is the Necessary South?" 
Mar 22
1:30 PM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 22
2:00 PM
This is America & the World Latin America Roundtable Part II This week Dennis Wholey continues his conversation with 4 experts on Latin America from leading Washington think tanks. Their conversation examines what is on the horizon for Latin America, what has gone unnoticed as the media has focused elsewhere and what these experts have found after devoting their careers to the region. Guests include Harold Trinkunas (Brookings), Amb. Roger F. Noriega (American Enterprise Institute), Vanessa Cárdenas (Center for American Progress) and Juan Carlos Hidalgo (Cato Institute). 
Mar 22
2:30 PM
Overheard with Evan Smith  : OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH brings you in-depthinterviews with today's most fascinating public figures. You'll meet politicians, authors, artists,actors, journalists, business people - anyone who's at the center of things. Join us for smartinterviews with the country's most interesting people, always with an eye toward the news andalways with a sense of humor. 
Mar 22
3:00 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 22
3:30 PM
America From the Ground Up War of 1812 1795-1815 Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 22
4:00 PM
Ideas Exchange, The  Produced by BBC World News, THE IDEAS EXCHANGE pairs business leaders from around the world to discuss the current business landscape and reveal the secrets to their success. In each episode, two leading business figures — each representing a different industry — sit down for a free-flowing conversation about their experiences running a global organization. The dialogue covers broad topics from globalization to industry-specific issues. They share lessons learned, the influences behind their decisions, their major regrets, their predictions and their greatest hopes for the future. In-between, dynamic field reports capture the stories behind the success of each business.  
Mar 22
4:30 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Imperfect Union: The Eurozone in Crisis America's favorite global affairs series - recommended by the New York Times - comes alive in a new, narrated documentary format. Leaving the studio behind, Great Decisions 2013 brings the people who make foreign policy into the homes of those they represent across America. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor David Strathairn.Featuring guests from the U.S. military's top brass to ambassadors and leading members of Congress, 
Mar 22
5:00 PM
Miller Center's American Forum Aftermath of Endless War—The Dilemma of Political Islam JOHN OWEN discussed his newest book Confronting Political Islam: Six Lessons from the West's Past, exploring the historical origins of the current fractured relations between much of the Islamic world and the West. Joined by.AHMED AL-RAHIM a professor of Islamic studies and expert on Islam's Sharia law. 
Mar 22
6:00 PM
Great Conversations Michio Kaku/James Canton - 2012 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 22
7:00 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.  
Mar 22
7:30 PM
Moneywise With Kelvin Boston The Economic State of Black America Moneywise devotes an entire episode to the economic state of black America, a community disproportionately impacted by the recession. Guests: Mark Turner, PhD, president of Optimal Solutions Group, LLC and Dedrick Muhammad, senior director of Economic Programs for the NAACP. This episode also features small business development tips from the U.S. Small Business Administration. 
Mar 22
8:00 PM
InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse Al Jarreau Born into the church - his father was a minister and his mother was a church pianist - music and spirituality surrounded Al Jarreau. After earning his master's degree, he worked as a rehabilitation counselor by day and jazz singer by night. Eventually the night's won out, and music became his calling card. The hits soon followed with "We're in this Love Together," "Boogie Down," "Morning,"-- the theme from the TV series Moonlighting-- and even a solo spot on "We Are the World." He has gone on to be the only artist in history to win Grammy awards in three different categories - Jazz, Pop and R & B. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with 7-time Grammy Award winner, vocalist Al Jarreau. 
Mar 22
8:30 PM
On Story Greaser's Palace: A Conversation with Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson Filmmaking legends Paul Thomas Anderson and Jonathan Demme pay tribute to Robert Downey Sr.'s cult classic Greaser's Palace. Next, Andrew Napier's short film, Grandma's Not a Toaster, where a whiskey-guzzling mother-to-be aims to enlist her neurotic brother in attempt to thieve from their ailing grandmother's fortune. Short: Grandma's Not a Toaster. 
Mar 22
9:00 PM
Well Read Jodi Picoult, "Leaving Time" Author of "The End of Oil" and "The End of Food," Roberts writes about the intersections between economics, technology and the natural world. Publishers Weekly said "The End of Oil" "may well become for fossil fuels what "Fast Food Nation" was for food." 
Mar 22
9:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick John Bryant - How the Poor Can Save Capitalism (Founder of Operation HOPE) An insightful and practical guide to rebuilding the middle class in America 
Mar 22
10:00 PM
Film School Shorts Holy Hipster This episode the short film "Duvid" by Chelsea Rebecca. Pressured by his Satmar Hasidic community to settle down and start a family, Duvid Stern decides to experiment with the world of underground electronic music and psychedelic drugs. 
Mar 22
10:30 PM
Theater Talk  THEATER TALK is back for a new season focusing on the most exciting stars and other artists coming to the new Broadway season.In addition, THEATER TALK's topical critics and experts panels will continue, reviewing the new shows and debating the important show business issues of the day. 
Mar 22
11:00 PM
Arts in Context Light Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Mar 22
11:30 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.  
Mar 23
12:00 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Mar 23
12:30 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.  
Mar 23
1:00 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.  
Mar 23
1:30 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 23
2:00 AM
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.  
Mar 23
2:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 23
3:00 AM
Drexel Interview, The Stephen Greenblatt, part 2 of 2 Stephen Greenblatt, John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University and winner of the 2011 National Book Award for non-fiction, is one of the world's foremost literary scholars and critics. He is credited with inventing the literary methodology known as The New Historicism. He is also the author of two bestselling works of literary history, the 2004 Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare and the 2011 The Swerve: How the World Became Modern, the work for which he received the National Book Award. In this, the second of a two-part interview, Greenblatt focuses on these two books. He notes how early discussions with the filmmaker Marc Norman resulted in Shakespeare in Love, written by Norman and Tom Stoppard, and inspired him to write his own speculative biography of Shakespeare. In Will in the World, he postulates, for example, that Shakespeare might have been a secret Catholic; he also notes historical events that might have led to the composition of The Merchant of Venice. His more recent book, The Swerve, covers the rediscovery in the 15th century of a work by the Roman philosopher and poet Lucretius. Lucretius's poem De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things) put forth the idea that the world was made of atoms with no antecedent cause or eventual end to their continual movement and combination. In the book, Greenblatt traces the complicated route that leads from Lucretius to the world of Darwin, Einstein, and us. 
Mar 23
3:30 AM
CEO Global Foresight Diagnostics for All, Self-Administered Diagnostic Tests in Your Medicine This company is at the cutting edge of diagnostic testing, with a very sophisticated diagnostic device on a piece of paper the size of a postage stamp. Experts consider the technology a game changer for global health, including for the 3rd world. CEO Dr. Una Ryan, whose life science achievements have won her The Order of the British Empire, joins us to discuss the future of global health and breakthrough diagnostics that could let you test yourself for an illness like strep throat or diabetes. 
Mar 23
4:00 AM
Take on the South "What is the Necessary South?" "Without the South, is there an "America""? Since the earliest days of the American republic, the South has served primarily as "the negative other" whose characteristics had to be overcome so that the United States could become a beacon of hope for the world. In the last decades of the "What is the Necessary South?" 
Mar 23
5:00 AM
Teaching Channel Sarah's Picks Teaching Channel Presents is a groundbreaking series showcasing inspired teaching in America's K-12 classrooms. Hosted by Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year, the weekly one-hour episodes cover a wide variety of topics including the New Teacher Experience, Bullying, The Common Core State Standards, Digital Literacy, and the Arts.The series is produced by Teaching Channel, a video platform for inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Their mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America. You can watch all of Teaching Channel's videos online at Teachingchannel.org. 
Mar 23
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Flood of Imagination/Lights Out Flood of Imagination - It's raining and Cleo's going stir-crazy with boredom! But Clifford comes to her rescue by helping her to imagine an exciting action/adventure story. Lights Out - Mr. Bleakman and Clifford save the day when a big power failure threatens to paralyze Birdwell Island. 
Mar 23
6:30 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. 
Mar 23
7:00 AM
Arthur The Case of the Girl with the Long Face/The Substitute Arthur Fern's been feeling low and no one can figure out why. Luckily, Buster Baxter is on the case! He'll leave no stone unturned, no lead unexplored, no ice cream uneaten... Educational Objective: Buster and George learn that it's important to respect the feelings of others. / With Arthur out of town, Buster is on the hunt for a new best friend. Problem is, Buster only wants to play games HIS way. Will Buster learn to compromise? Or is he destined to play alone? Educational Objective: Buster realizes that it can be fun to try new things. 
Mar 23
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 23
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 23
8:00 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 23
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 23
9:00 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. 
Mar 23
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit We've Gone Country Country music sets the tone and pace for this fun full body workout. 
Mar 23
10:00 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.  
Mar 23
10:30 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.  
Mar 23
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home In Mexico, it is just as common to start your day with a cup of steaming hot chocolate as it is with coffee. Little wonder, when the chocolate is made from freshly roasted cacao beans and seasoned with cinnamon and a touch of sugar. Rick takes us to world-renowned Mayordomo near the main market in Oaxaca and to Seasons of My Heart Cooking School to see the process from two perspectives. For the best cup of coffee ever, Rick takes a day trip to Finca Las Nieves Coffee Plantation where the owners are passionate in their pursuit. Set in almost a thousand acres of the Oaxacan cloud forest, we see organic altura coffee from the bean to the cup. In Chicago, Rick creates an Oaxacan-style tres leches cake with coffee and chocolate. Now we're wide awake. 
Mar 23
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 110 Mid Winter On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish for the dead of winter! Today's recipes are Celeriac Salad, Halibut with kale and beans, and panna cotta. 
Mar 23
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Off the Hook" Vic visits a fish cannery and prepares sardines; the Cheese Taster; deMedici cookie recipe; Pappa Al Pomodoro (bread and tomato soup). 
Mar 23
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Tacos, Tacos, Tacos This episode explores three very different, very authentic and very simple twists on Mexican tacos, one of Mexico's most iconic foods.Bricklayer-Style Beef TacosLime-Rubbed Chicken Tacos with Corn GuacamoleAdobo Fish Tacos with Grilled Pineapple Salsa 
Mar 23
1:00 PM
Caillou Can Do Caillou Caillou Roller Skates: Caillou wants to learn how to roller skate...until he realizes roller skating is very difficult. With a little help and guidance from his pre-teen friend, Daniel, Caillou decides to keep practicing, so his skills will improve - just like Daniel's did! Educational Objective: Perseverance; the importance of practicing skills in order to improve.Say Lettuce!: Caillou wants to take a picture of a bunny rabbit in Grandma's garden, but it proves a harder task then he originally thought. With a little perseverance (and a little lettuce from the garden) he finally sees the task through to the end - and gets a photo he's proud of! Educational Objective: Perseverance.Caillou Tries to Whistle: Clementine can whistle, and Caillou can't! Caillou tries his best to learn and practices every where he goes...but he just can't seem to get the hang of it and this embarrasses him. Mommy and Daddy reassure him this skill will come with time, but Caillou feels much better when he realizes there are things he can do that Clementine can't do - like wiggling his ears! Educational Objective: It's okay to admit you can't do something. 
Mar 23
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Pet Project Sid is very excited because he's going to babysit Grandma's dog Philbert for the weekend. This is a great way for Sid to show his parents that he's ready to take care of his own puppy. But there's only one problem, how exactly do you take care of a pet? Sid heads to school to investigate more, and is delighted to see the special guest. It's Gabriela's Mom, Dr. Rosalinda Cordova! She brought the class their very own pet, a praying mantis! And now the kids have to learn how to take care of it. That means investigating what the praying mantis needs to eat, drink, and what kind of home it needs. As Sid quickly discovers, taking care of a pet is a big responsibility!(Educational Objective - Taking Care of Living Things) 
Mar 23
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Armored Like an Ankylosaurus/Campout! "Armored Like an Ankylosaurus"The kids travel on the Dinosaur Train with Mr. Pteranodon to see his hero, Hank Ankylosaurus, play a game of Dinoball. Afterwards, they even get to play with Hank and learn what it's like to be a dinosaur that's covered with armored plates and a mighty club for a tail. "Campout! "Our Pteranodon family goes to the Big Pond for their first overnight camp out and meets a small frog with a big voice 
Mar 23
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Stripy Safari/Wool Stripy SafariNick and Sally set off on a safari with The Cat in the Hat to find all kinds of stripes. Along the way, Sally and Nick discover that stripes mean different things to different animals - the stripes of Jake the coral snake tells other animals to stay away, and Zelda and Zoran's zebra stripes help them to identify each other. And best of all, Cat discovers that his stripes are just right for him!Educational Objective: Stripes have different rolls in nature - as a warning to other creatures to stay away, to attract other creatures to them, or as individual distinguishing features. WoolNick wants to learn how to knit a scarf like Sally, but they've run out of wool! A visit to Finola's Farm is the perfect place to get more. The Cat, Nick, and Sally have fun helping Finola get the wool from Feleecia the sheep and then turning it into yarn. Now Sally can teach Nick how to knit his own scarf!Educational Objective: Following the process of making wool into yarn from sheep onward. 
Mar 23
3:00 PM
Curious George Curious George Sees Stars/Curious George Gets a Trophy Curious George Sees Stars: George is determined to count all the stars in the sky but he just can't stay awake long enough to finish. And when he goes back to the city it's even more difficult -- the stars have disappeared! Will George be able to come up with a system to keep track of his count? And exactly where do all the stars go when George goes to the city? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To count with understanding and to recognize "how many" in sets of objects. Curious George Gets a Trophy: As a reward for helping him wash dishes at the restaurant, Chef Pisghetti gives George an ice cream sculpture in the shape of Gnocchi the cat. George really wants to show The Man with the Yellow Hat his new trophy, but the ice cream keeps melting! After a few melted dishes, George learns a whole lot about what happens to ice cream outside of the freezer. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that solids can be changed to liquids (melting) and liquids to solids (freezing) by adding or taking away heat. 
Mar 23
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha's Puppy/The Cheating Chum Caper Martha's PuppyMartha feels it's high time to get a puppy, but the family disagrees. Even Jake knows that two dogs is plenty. With no other option, Martha sets out to do what any dog would: train a baby to become a puppy.The Cheating Chum CaperInspired by her favorite mystery novel, Heroic Helen is on the hunt for trouble. When she notices TD's grades have suddenly improved and spies him meeting secretly with Martha and Francois, things get personal. Has she uncovered a cheating scandal between her dog and her best friend? 
Mar 23
4:00 PM
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) 
Mar 23
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Meaty Dimension/The Case of the Copied Mrs. Botsford The Meaty Dimension The Butcher discovers the portal where all of his meat is stored and concocts a plan to trap Huggy and WordGirl so that he can take over the city. Will WordGirl and Huggy be able to outsmart the butcher and get rid of his meat portal for good? Vocabulary Words: Portal, OverpowerThe Case of the Copied Mrs. BotsfordLRW has made copies of all the important city officials and has sent them out into the city to do all of her dirty work. A copy of Mrs. Botsford has robbed the bank sending the real Mrs. Botsford to run from the police. Will WordGirl be able to prove her mom innocent?Vocabulary Words: Grip, Convince 
Mar 23
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 23
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 23
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Memphis Ribs and Pretzel Salad COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 23
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Popular Sausage Sausages serve a special function in Norway, both as an everyday meal and as festive food. In this episode, Andreas discovers the culture and history behind a well-made sausage. He bakes potato pancakes and makes homemade mustard, essential companions for the three types of tasty sausages he prepares. 
Mar 23
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Mexico Tyler kicks off his culinary adventure in Mexico City, where he explores the vibrant markets and discovers the potent chilies of the region. He travels next to Oaxaca, the heartland of cactus and mescal, the sister drink of tequila. Later Tyler samples chocolate in Puebla and whips up mole, the national dish. He celebrates at a festival devoted to vanilla and ends his journey on the east coast, where Mexican and Caribbean flavors combine to influence the local cuisine. 
Mar 23
8:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 23
8:30 PM
Expeditions With Patrick McMillan "Beringia, the Eternal Frontier" Moose, Grizzly Bears, and Bison are typical American animals, but their roots are in Asia. The wildlife of our continent was largely shaped by the land bridge of Beringia. Join Patrick for an unforgettable look at the remnants of Beringian Alaska - an eternal frontier. 
Mar 23
9:00 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."  
Mar 23
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What would an Infinite Cosmos Mean? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 23
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Testosterone and Core Training Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 23
11:00 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.  
Mar 24
12:00 AM
Backstage Pass MSU Chamber Music Chamber music ensembles from Michigan State University include internationally-recognized performers. 
Mar 24
1:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live The Best of Infinity Hall Live   
Mar 24
2:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Lily Allen On a stormy New York City night, the always-cheeky, always-entertaining Lily Allen thrilled the crowd at the Manhattan Center's stunning Grand Ballroom with a typically irresistible spectacle featuring multiple costume changes and a battery of back-up dancers. The set focused on her brand-new release, Sheezus—her return to recording after a five-year hiatus—including the two singles, "Hard Out Here" and "Air Balloon," which were simultaneous Top Ten hits in the UK and closed with two of her signature smashes, "The Fear" and "Not Fair." 
Mar 24
3:00 AM
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Mexico Tyler kicks off his culinary adventure in Mexico City, where he explores the vibrant markets and discovers the potent chilies of the region. He travels next to Oaxaca, the heartland of cactus and mescal, the sister drink of tequila. Later Tyler samples chocolate in Puebla and whips up mole, the national dish. He celebrates at a festival devoted to vanilla and ends his journey on the east coast, where Mexican and Caribbean flavors combine to influence the local cuisine. 
Mar 24
4:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 24
4:30 AM
Expeditions With Patrick McMillan "Beringia, the Eternal Frontier" Moose, Grizzly Bears, and Bison are typical American animals, but their roots are in Asia. The wildlife of our continent was largely shaped by the land bridge of Beringia. Join Patrick for an unforgettable look at the remnants of Beringian Alaska - an eternal frontier. 
Mar 24
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 24
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Little Big Pup/Getting to Know You A very small new dog named Frankie moves to Birdwell Island and is envious of Clifford's size until he realizes that sometimes being small can be just right. / When Clifford moves to the Island he makes friends with T-Bone, but the two dogs soon learn that some adjustments must be made to accommodate their size difference. 
Mar 24
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Back in Creature Time - Part 2 Episode Description: After their encounter with the Dodo Bird, the Wild Kratts decide to try out Aviva's Time Trampoline again. This time to visit with the extinct Tasmanian Tiger. But their trip doesn't go as smoothly as they hoped. Not only do they run into the ancestors of Donita and Dabio - who are trying to get rid of all the Tasmanian tigers - but the Wild Kratts have to defeat Zach, who is hatching a plan to keep them trapped in the past forever! Science Concept: Extinction - different types of animals can go extinct and disappear from the planet in a number of ways - habitat loss, overhunting, etc. Once an animal goes extinct, it is lost forever. 
Mar 24
7:00 AM
Arthur Best Wishes/The Tardy Tumbler After George has a lucky streak, his friends pressure him to wish for a snow day. Can George deliver? Or is he out of luck? Educational Objective: George and friends learn the difference between luck and pure coincidence. / Prunella's excited about making the gymnastics team...until she realizes practice starts at 6am! Will she honor her commitment...or hit the snooze button? Educational Objective: Prunella learns the importance of dedication to the things-and people-you care about. 
Mar 24
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 24
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 24
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1726 This exercise session begins with push-ups and concludes with the glutealsqueeze...a wonderful end is in sight! 
Mar 24
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 24
9:00 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. 
Mar 24
9:30 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. 
Mar 24
10:00 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.  
Mar 24
10:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Terence Feury Terence Feury is chef at the acclaimed Fork Restaurant, an elegant Philadelphia bistro featuring innovative American cuisine. One of America's heralded chefs, Feury was a 2002 finalist for the James Beard Culinary Award, Mid-Atlantic Region, and was named Best Chef of 2010 by Philadelphia Magazine. In this episode, Feury describes working as a chef at Le Bernadin, the Waldorf-Astoria, and Peacock Alley in New York City, and as executive chef at the former celebrated Philadelphia restaurant, Striped Bass. He notes that his love of the restaurant world began when he was in his teens and says that creating flavors in sauces and demiglaces fascinates him. Seafood, says Feury, is a particular interest, and he explains his commitment to using only sustainable fish and shellfish. Turning to the current popularity of TV food shows, Feury notes the important role such shows play in educating the public about chef training and different sorts of food. This episode features mouthwatering footage of dishes at Fork Restaurant along with scenes of Feury and his staff in action in the kitchen. 
Mar 24
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Bringing Oaxaca Home The once unknown state of Oaxaca, Mexico's fifth largest, is now on the knowing traveler's hit list. Its capital is one of Mexico's most enjoyable colonial cities. By day, people relax at plaza-front sidewalk cafes beneath shady arches and take in the slow-motion scene, reflecting the best of old Mexico. By night, the same plaza becomes alive with entertainment, crafts, folkloric dances and food stalls. The city boasts a burgeoning restaurant scene, traditional markets and art galleries. The coast is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Rick takes the spirit of Oaxaca home and with a group of friends he creates a dinner sure to transport. We'll start with a mescal pineapple cocktail with his version of the crunchy chile-and-garlic-infused peanuts sold throughout Oaxaca's markets. The first course highlights indulgent shrimp and crab. Rick's main-course stars one of the famous seven Oaxacan moles - Manchamanteles - a simple red mole with fresh pineapple, pork and chicken. For dessert, a super simple avocado ice pays homage to Rick's favorite market stop. 
Mar 24
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 111 Mid Spring On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that will be great for a Spring evening cocktail party. The recipes for today are Snapper crudo, Rack of lamb and favas, and for dessert, chocolate mousse. 
Mar 24
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Two Passions" Vic visits world bicycling legend and winemaker Francesco Moser; Chef Francesco Bracali's Tuscan Pork; ancient food writers; vineyard micro-ownership. 
Mar 24
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table Naturally Vegetarian Mexican Forget soy and tofu; these are authentic Mexican recipes where produce, fruits and vegetables are naturally the stars.Zucchini Soup with Tortilla CrispsCactus Paddle TostadasFluffy Plantain and Pecan Bread 
Mar 24
1:00 PM
Caillou Caillou Gets Active What's Ringette?: Caillou and Leo want to play hockey and are disappointed when they arrive at the rink to find Sarah and Clementine playing "ringette". Caillou has never heard of ringette before, and he doesn't want to play the game...until he learns that Mommy used to play! She teaches him a few moves, and when Caillou and Leo realize it's a lot like hockey, they're eager to join the girls' next game. Educational Objective: Keeping an open mind about trying something new.Rainy Day at the Beach: Caillou and his family are supposed to be enjoying a nice day at the beach, but it's cloudy and rainy. Mommy and Daddy think of going home, until Caillou and Rosie show them they can have fun no matter where they are - even a wet and soggy beach! Educational Objective: Making the best out of a bad situation. Caillou Climbs: Mommy takes Caillou and Clementine to an indoor rock climbing wall, but Caillou doesn't want to give it a try. It's much too intimidating! Caillou overcomes his fear by literally taking things one step at a time. Educational Objective: The importance of overcoming fear in order to try something new. 
Mar 24
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Sleep? Who Needs It?! Sid is ready to stay up all night so he and his stuffed animals can pretend to fly into space on a rocket ship! When his Mom insists that he can't stay up, Sid ventures to school to investigate more. He and friends explore how the body needs sleep to properly function, and most important, we need sleep to grow and stay healthy! Understanding that sometimes we feel too excited to sleep (like before an adventure into space), Susie presents a special Super Fab Lab where the kids practice calming down, and preparing their bodies for sleep. Susie lowers the lights, turns off all the sounds in the room, and teaches the kids how to breathe slowly to relax and sleep! (Educational Objective - Sleep) 
Mar 24
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Derek the Deinonychus/Don's Dragonfly "Derek the Deinonychus"Buddy, Tiny and Mom visit a family of Deinonychus, dinosaurs with large, sharp toe-claws. They meet a kid named Derek who uses his toe-claws to not only hunt with but to carve great art! "Don's Dragonfly" Don makes a new friend with red feet, a dragonfly named Howard. 
Mar 24
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Sweet Deal/King of Swing A Sweet DealSally and Nick are having a hard time getting customers to come to their "cafe." What can they do? The Cat takes them to meet Eddy the honeyguide bird. Eddy shows them how he guides humans to bees' nests by making noise and putting on a show. Back at home, Sally and Nick follow Eddy's example and proudly serve their first customer!Educational Objective: The Greater Honeyguide bird (a.k.a. Indicator indicator) cooperates with humans by leading them to bees' nests, so that they can share the food inside. King of SwingSwinging from a rope isn't so easy for Sally and Nick. Good thing the Cat knows the king of swing, Charlie the chimpanzee! In the Leafylafoo Rainforest, Charlie teaches them how to use their hands and feet to swing as they help him search for bananas, his favorite food! Back at home, Sally and Nick mimic Charlie and swing across the backyard to where Cat has a surprise snack waiting for them - bananas!Educational Objective: Chimpanzees (aka 'pan troglodytes') are much like humans; they groom themselves, make and use tools for a variety of purposes, and love to play! 
Mar 24
3:00 PM
Curious George The Clean, Perfect Yellow Hat/Bee Is for Bear The Clean, Perfect Yellow Hat: The yellow hat comes back from the dry cleaners so beautiful and clean that George can't help wanting to show it off to Compass the pigeon. But a little wind and an errant branch create a hole that needs to be fixed before The Man with the Yellow Hat comes home and finds it. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore various materials and their properties in order to repair or create an object. Bee is for Bear: While exploring the country, George meets up with a baby bear and a stinging bee. No one believes that George has seen a bear, but they do try to help George learn more about bees. It takes a helping hand from the baby bear to save the bunnies from the bees and to prove to everyone that George knows a bear when he sees one. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that an organism's patterns of behavior are related to the nature of the organism's environment, other organisms present, and the availability of food and resources. 
Mar 24
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha Puts Out the Lights, Part 1&2 Martha Puts Out the Lights, Part 1:For Martha and the other dogs, Saturday night fireworks are the worst part of summer, and Mrs. Demson couldn't agree more. In fact, she's trying to get people to sign a petition to ban fireworks. Can Martha get enough signatures to make summer less scary for dogs? (1st of two parts). Vocabulary: (E) petition, illegal, cause, picket(ing), goal, ban(ning)(ed), protest(ing) - (I) sign(ning)(ed), ask(ing), "on strike". Martha Puts Out the Lights, Part 2: Helen and her friends are devastated about the fireworks ban. Martha realizes that she helped Mrs. Demson ruin their fun, but can she find a way to reverse the ban and still protect her sensitive ears? (2nd of two parts).Vocabulary: (E) purpose, signature(s), unite, majority, prohibit(ed) - (I) fireworks, summer, write, support(ed). 
Mar 24
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Arch Villain Problem/The Straight and Narrow Problem The Arch Villain Problem - Mathtropolis. When the Arch Villain wreaks havoc on the city of Mathtropolis by turning everything into arches, Super Peg and Cat Guy come to the rescue.Primary Content: Arches, finding arches in other shapesSecondary Content: Counting backwards from 9, counting by threesThe Straight and Narrow Problem - Mathtropolis. Super Peg and Cat Guy trail the Arch Villain, who has given up his arch ways and gone on a rampage with straight and narrow shapes instead.Primary Content: Understanding straight, narrow, curvedSecondary Content: Counting sides to determine shapes (rectangles, triangles, squares), counting by tens to 100 
Mar 24
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Good, the Bad, and the Chucky/Granny's Pet Plan The Good, the Bad, and the ChuckyChuck is finally fulfilling his dream and selling grilled cheese sandwiches out of the back of his station wagon -- a totally legitimate, non-villainous plan. But when Dr. Two-Brains smells cheese, he can't resist. Will Chuck be able to pursue his dream or will it be foiled by Dr. Two-Brains?Vocabulary Words: Pursue, Yearn Granny's Pet PlanIt seems as though Granny May has given up a life of crime to knit cute little scarves for pets. But when everyone in the city begins to misplace their things, will WordGirl be able to figure out if people are really misplacing things or if someone else is responsible?Vocabulary Words: Accessory, Misplace(d) 
Mar 24
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 24
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 24
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Sweet Endings from the Icebox COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 24
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking It All Starts with Kids Andreas visits Geitmyra Farm in the middle of Oslo, Norway, the site of his new food culture center for kids. Together with the kids, Andreas makes a cereal breakfast, a tasty chicken soup, a warming lamb stew and a sweet dessert with pumpkin and yogurt. 
Mar 24
7:00 PM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 24
7:30 PM
American Health Journal  Why Diets Fail, Personalized Medicine, Heart Attacks, Hand Sweating and Breastfeeding 
Mar 24
8:00 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Shoulder Arthroplasty The shoulder is a marvel of the human body. It's a "ball-and-socket" joint, where the collarbone, the shoulder blade and the upper arm bone work in tandem to provide arm flexibility. A strong healthy shoulder is necessary for even the simplest movements. But repetitive movement can overstress the shoulder joints and result in tendon tears, instability, and fractures. When this happens, one of the remedies may be shoulder arthroplasty, a procedure that replaces shoulder bones with an artificial shoulder. In this program we will explore the delicate workings of the shoulder, educate viewers on shoulder arthroplasty, and hear from patients who have benefited from this procedure. 
Mar 24
8:30 PM
Exploration Health Chronic Kidney Disease and Cervical Dystonia From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mindcomes comes more episodes of EXPLORATION HEALTH.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 24
9:00 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."  
Mar 24
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What is God's Eternity? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 24
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about life-changing medical decisions. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes. Host Dr. Peter Salgo presents intriguing, real-life cases to experts representing every medical specialty, who then grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes.  
Mar 24
11:00 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.  
Mar 25
12:00 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Aoife O'donovan Best known for her work as the lead singer of the progressive bluegrass/string band, Crooked Still, Aofie O'Donovan is also making a splash as a solo artist. Her songs have been covered by luminaries like Allison Krauss and placed in soundtracks for major shows such as ABC's Private Practice and HBO's True Blood. In this episode, Aoife performs several of her songs including "Pearls" and "Fire Engine." 
Mar 25
12:30 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Jason Freeman Jason Freeman is a Memphis based songwriter who moves seamlessly between past and present, mixing the wisdom and lamentations of long-ago bluesmen with the raucous release in rock's unbridled beginnings, drawing them into an electric and untamed space that is truly his own. He wrote the score for MTV's "Savage County," contributed tracks to Craig Brewer's "Hustle & Flow" and "Footloose" and served as a daylong tutor for Samuel L. Jackson as the actor studied for his bluesman role in Brewer's "Black Snake Moan." In this episode, Jason performs several songs and talks about the influences that shape his musical style. 
Mar 25
1:00 AM
Front And Center Jake Bugg FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Mar 25
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Fairchildren & Nathaniel Rateliff Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the Channel 12 Studios on 29th and Welton, this episodes features performances by Fairchildren & Nathaniel Rateliff. 
Mar 25
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Safe Boating is No Accident & Danielle Ate the Sandwich Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the Channel 12 Studios on 29th and Welton, the premiere episodes features music from some of Colorado's favorites: Safe Boating is No Accident & Danielle Ate the Sandwich. 
Mar 25
3:00 AM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 25
3:30 AM
American Health Journal  Why Diets Fail, Personalized Medicine, Heart Attacks, Hand Sweating and Breastfeeding 
Mar 25
4:00 AM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Shoulder Arthroplasty The shoulder is a marvel of the human body. It's a "ball-and-socket" joint, where the collarbone, the shoulder blade and the upper arm bone work in tandem to provide arm flexibility. A strong healthy shoulder is necessary for even the simplest movements. But repetitive movement can overstress the shoulder joints and result in tendon tears, instability, and fractures. When this happens, one of the remedies may be shoulder arthroplasty, a procedure that replaces shoulder bones with an artificial shoulder. In this program we will explore the delicate workings of the shoulder, educate viewers on shoulder arthroplasty, and hear from patients who have benefited from this procedure. 
Mar 25
4:30 AM
Exploration Health Chronic Kidney Disease and Cervical Dystonia From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mindcomes comes more episodes of EXPLORATION HEALTH.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 25
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 25
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog A Big Help/The Trouble with Kittens An oversized dog presents a larger-than-life view of the world.  
Mar 25
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Voyage of the Butterflier XT Using Aviva's newly invented Butterflier XT, the miniaturized Kratt Brothers embark on the most incredible insect voyage in the world - the Monarch butterfly's 2,000 mile migration.Science Concepts: Life cycles 
Mar 25
7:00 AM
Arthur Elwood City Turns 100! Arthur and his friends commemorate their 100th episode in show-stopping style! Mr. Ratburn's class is chosen to stage a musical tribute to Elwood City for its centennial celebration à which quickly becomes a drama of missed cues, inflated egos, and alien invasions. And that's just behind the curtain! Stay tuned to see the real, human Larry King interviewing the animated Elwood City gang between parts I and IIà 
Mar 25
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 25
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 25
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1701 Jane, Berneice, and Margaret open the "All My Best" seriespoolside at the Mayan Hotel in tropical Acapulco. 
Mar 25
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 25
9:00 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. 
Mar 25
9:30 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. 
Mar 25
10:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 25
10:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 25
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Oaxaca's Top Chefs Oaxaca has long been known for its seven moles, unparalleled home-cooking and remarkable market fare. Lately, its restaurant reputation has skyrocketed, too. Deservedly so. Rick visits four of the top chef contenders in Oaxaca City, tours their restaurants, cooks in their kitchens and discusses the lively burgeoning scene. For starters, Chef Miguel Jimenez cooks up a batch of red chile beef and fruit stew from the Isthmus to serve inside his crispy plantain mogo mogos. Next, Chef Jose Manuel Banos creates a taco from jelled carrot filled with a chintestle and shrimp ceviche. Chef Alejandro Ruiz and his brother Jesus show Rick their dream come true: An organic farm supplying their restaurants and their employees. Their beautiful produce inspires many of their house specialties. Rick and Alejandro make a fresh salsa with the garden cilantro to go with a red chile-burnished octopus barbacoa. Last but not least, Chef Rudolfo Castellanan makes a simple mole de caderas to accompany suckling goat. All this world class cooking inspires Rick to make a signature dessert at his award-winning Chicago restaurant Topolobampo. 
Mar 25
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 112 Height of Summer On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that is light and fun for any summer backyard party. Celebrate with this recipe that includes Tomato salad, Duck, and lemon tart for dessert. 
Mar 25
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Rice is Nice" Italy's unusal rice varieties; versatile Mascarapone cheese; Braised Beef, vineyard style; Italy's young winemakers. 
Mar 25
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 25
1:00 PM
Caillou Cooking with Caillou Caillou Makes a Meal: Caillou makes pizza for dinner with his family, and learns that home-made pizza can be just as good as the fast-food pizza they have delivered to their door...and it's fun to make! Educational Objective: Taking time and effort to do things yourself, rather than having them done for you. Caillou's New Groove: Mommy and Daddy are gone overnight and Grandpa and Grandma are babysitting. Caillou and Rosie are excited, until they realize Grandma and Grandpa do things a little differently than their parents. When Grandpa reads a bedtime story with different (and funnier) voices, Caillou realizes different can be good. Educational Objective: The importance of adapting to change.Caillou Goes Bowling: Caillou is hesitant to try bowling, until he gets to the bowling alley and sees how much fun his friend, Sarah, is having while bowling. Caillou gives it a try...and he likes it! Educational Objective: The importance of trying new activities. 
Mar 25
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Seed the Science Kid At breakfast, Sid discovers seeds in his apple, and decides that seeds really get in the way when you're trying to eat the apple! This leads Sid to investigate seeds with his friends at the Science Center, where they learn that many living things grow in life cycles. And while many fruits start out as seeds, many animals start out as eggs. The kids investigate frog eggs, butterfly eggs, and chicken eggs, and then see the fully-grown animals they grow into. The kids are elated and empowered with their newfound knowledge about life cycles, and can't wait to get back to school so they can plant Sid's apple seed and watch it slowly grow into an apple tree!(Educational Objective - Life Cycles) 
Mar 25
2:00 PM
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. 
Mar 25
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Amazing Eyes/Water Walkers Amazing EyesSally and Nick are trying to guess which game Harvey the guinea pig might like to play with them. The Cat takes them to meet his friend Katie the Cavy, a wild guinea pig. But when they try to ask her, she playfully runs off! With the help of three different animals with very different ways of seeing, they finally find Katie and discover a guinea pig's favorite game - hide and seek!Educational Objective: Different animals have different kinds of vision - magnification for distance vision, multiple images to spot movement and night vision that sees heat. Water WalkersNick and Sally are waiting for Mom to come back so they can play in the pool. Cat suggests that playing on water is even more fun! But how? A trip to Splishy Splashy Pond to meet Walker the water strider will show them. Walker shows how he's able to stay on top of the water with the help of air bubbles as he journeys to the other side of the pond. Back at home, Sally and Nick are ready travel to the other side of the pool!Educational Objective: How the Water Strider uses air bubbles to walk on the surface of the water and vibrations to help it jump. 
Mar 25
3:00 PM
Curious George Surprise Quints/Muddy Monkey Surprise Quints: It's Mr. Quint's birthday and everyone is helping with preparations for a surprise party. But Mr. Quint comes home early from his fishing trip so George is assigned the job of keeping him busy until it's time for the party. The job gets even more complicated when four of Mr. Quint's siblings arrive and they are all having the same birthday -- could they be quintuplets? And can you keep five Quints happy with only twelve fish crackers to eat? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand situations that entail division, such as sharing equally and to count with understanding and to recognize "how many" in a group.Muddy Monkey: The Man with the Yellow Hat just can't figure out why George refuses to take a bath. What he doesn't realize is that George has lost his favorite bath toy, Sproingy the Frog. And until George finds Sproingy, all the shower games, car washes, and dog washes aren't going to do a bit of good. Unless of course, the dog being washed happens to be playing with a very special bubble making frog. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn that bubbles are made of air surrounded by a very thin film. To show that no matter what the shape of the bubble-maker, the shape of a free-floating bubble is a sphere. 
Mar 25
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks The Penguin Always Rings Twice/The Martha Code The Penguin Always Rings Twice Someone keeps stealing the zoo's peanut supply. All clues point to Jeffy the elephant, but Martha and Skits are determined to prove his innocence. Can their crack crime-fighting team - a lemur, a bat, a penguin, a baby tiger, and Jeffy - help them outwit the thieves?Vocabulary(E) mystery, clue, culprit, hunch, motive(I) first, second, next, last, afterThe Martha Code After Martha accidentally eats a secret code, it's really, really hard to understand what she's saying. Now Martha's lost and she's leaving Helen coded phone messages. Can Helen break the code and find out where she is?Vocabulary(E) code, decipher, message, gibberish, arbitrary(I) (un)break(able), crack, secret(s), key, figure out 
Mar 25
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Play Date Problem/The Blabberwocky Problem The Play Date Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat must use the power of music, and patterns, to help their friends Beethoven and the Three Bears play together - and make incredible music together. Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Seeing squares as special rectanglesThe Blabberwocky Problem - Magical Forest. Peg and Cat are back as the Knights of the Round Table to reclaim their friends' missing shapes - and their own Round Table! - from the mysterious 100-headed creature, The Blabberwocky.Primary Content: Making a drawing as a step in problem solvingSecondary Content: 3D shapes, 2D shapes 
Mar 25
4:30 PM
WordGirl Hard-Learned Money/Gift Pony Hard-Learned MoneyAfter helping him break out of jail multiple times, The Learnerer uses Amazing Rope Guy to learn how to be an efficient criminal. Will he have learned too much by the time WordGirl figures out his plan and possibly be able to defeat her?Vocabulary Words: Divvy, Repetitive Gift PonyWhen Violet gives Becky a brooch made of mysterious gemstones, Becky/WordGirl begins to feel woozy. Will WordGirl figure out that the brooch is made of Lexonite, a stone that drains her power, before the Whammer destroys the city?Vocabulary Words: Brooch, Woozy 
Mar 25
5:00 PM
Simply Ming  The Daytime Emmy®-winning SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique demonstration, followed by two dishes — one prepared by a nationally renowned guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. Once again, Ming and his guests must design and improvise a meal with items found in Ming's East-West pantry, along with a few surprise ingredients. Guests include: Top Chef champion Kristen Kish, Marcus Samuelsson, Lydia Shire and the master himself, Jacques Pepin. Season 12 focuses on comfort food — from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world, incuding gyoza from Japan, Hungarian stuffed cabbage and the ultimate BLT sandwich. This season also follows Ming as he discovers the indigenous flavors of Australia. 
Mar 25
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 25
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen New Orleans Shrimp and Creamy Grits COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 25
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Oil Adventure Is cold-pressed rapeseed oil the olive oil of the north? To find out, Andreas travels to the old fortress town of Fredrikstad in Eastern Norway. Using fresh vegetables, Andreas makes classic and innovative emulsion sauces, preserved and deep-fried mackerel, crispy potatoes, and Norwegian coleslaw. 
Mar 25
7:00 PM
Great Conversations Ahmed Rashid/Clarissa Ward - May, 2012 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 25
8:00 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Defense on a Budget Can America sustain its primacy in the international system with ever increasing security challenges while defense spending is limited by fiscal austerity? 
Mar 25
8:30 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 25
9:00 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."  
Mar 25
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Why is Free Will a Big Question? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 25
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Chelation and Muscle Loss Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 25
11:00 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.  
Mar 26
12:00 AM
Jubilee Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper/Jaclyn Sites: Grand Master Fiddle Champion/Kids Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 26
1:00 AM
Classic Gospel Cathedrals Family Reunion Five of today's most popular southern Gospel artists reunite for the first time in almost two decades to celebrate the award-winning Cathedrals. Past members Ernie, Mark, Gerald, Scott and Danny gather around the piano to pay homage to heroes George Younce and Glen Payne and to the group's legacy. This special episode captures great vocal performances, heartfelt stories, special memories and the power of Gospel music. 
Mar 26
2:00 AM
Song of the Mountains Hillbilly Gypsies / South Carolina Broadcasters SONG OF THE MOUNTAINS showcases the best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began. Performances are held at the beautifully restored Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Hosted by Tim White.The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., was originally built in 1929. The theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. It is one of only three existing Mayan Revival-style theatres in America. Once known as the "finest showplace in Southwest Virginia," The Lincoln has been restored to its former grandeur, now fully accentuated by state-of-the-art computerized sound and lighting systems. Winner of Bronze Telly.  
Mar 26
3:00 AM
Great Conversations Ahmed Rashid/Clarissa Ward - May, 2012 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 26
4:00 AM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Defense on a Budget Can America sustain its primacy in the international system with ever increasing security challenges while defense spending is limited by fiscal austerity? 
Mar 26
4:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 26
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 26
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog My Best Friend/Cleo's Fair Share In this first episode of "Clifford the Big Red Dog" we meet Clifford along with all of his friends on Birdwell Island. We meet his owner Emily Elizabeth and her classmates Charlie and Jetta as well as Clifford's dog friends Mac, Cleo and T-Bone. The first half of the episode is called "My Best Friend." Emily Elizabeth wants to come up with something great to bring to show and tell. She soon realizes that she doesn't have to look very far--what's better for show and tell than your best friend, who just so happens to be a larger than life dog? In the second half, "Cleo's Fair Share," Cleo gets a new toy but is torn. Should she keep it all to herself or take a chance on sharing it with Clifford and T-Bone? Between segments Emily Elizabeth reads to Clifford. Today it is "Speckle and the Rainy Day." What would a big dog be without "Big Ideas?" Today's idea is all about sharing. 
Mar 26
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bass Class Martin and Chris are in the middle of a friendly competition to find Small-mouth and Large-mouth Bass when they meet Wild Kratts Kid, Gavin, who is fishing. Before they can join him, Zach Varmitech arrives and challenges them to a fishing contest. The Wild Kratts team must use their knowledge of bass biology to win the tournament fair and square.Science Concepts: Species differentiation 
Mar 26
7:00 AM
Arthur To Tibble the Truth/Waiting to Go When the Tibble Twins' constant lying lands them in constant trouble, they promise to tell only the truth. But is telling every truth any better? Tommy and Timmy try to be honest Tibbles before they lose all their friends - and each other. Binky and Brain collide on the soccer field, breaking Brain's new watch and nearly breaking their friendship. Could things get any worse? Well, yes - the other kids' rides have come and gone, leaving Binky and Brain behind. Will they spend the next 50 years sitting in the parking lot, waiting to go? 
Mar 26
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 26
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 26
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1702 1702 Tallahassee, FLThe original Tallahassee crew warms up with some dancin'! 
Mar 26
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 26
9:00 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. 
Mar 26
9:30 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. 
Mar 26
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 26
10:30 AM
Overheard with Evan Smith  : OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH brings you in-depthinterviews with today's most fascinating public figures. You'll meet politicians, authors, artists,actors, journalists, business people - anyone who's at the center of things. Join us for smartinterviews with the country's most interesting people, always with an eye toward the news andalways with a sense of humor. 
Mar 26
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Mar 26
11:30 AM
Regal Fare 113 Late Winter On today's episode, Chef Ian will be preparing a great dish that helps say goodbye to the snowy winter! This recipe includes Chicken liver mousse, pancetta monkfish, and crème Brule for dessert! 
Mar 26
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo "Party Dish" Bagna Cauda - Piemonte's Party Dish; a wine family close-up; a wine hotel; Chef Giovanni Bonavita's Chicken Valdanese, a local classic. 
Mar 26
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 26
1:00 PM
Caillou Big Time Caillou Big Kid Caillou: Caillou's older friend Andre is coming over to play, but Caillou is a little worried that his toys are too 'little kid-ish". He quickly hides his toys, filling his room with big-boy stuff (like car magazines and grown-up games)...only to find out Andre isn't quite ready for big-boy stuff either. Educational Objective: The importance of not hiding who you really are.Caillou's Glasses: When Mommy gets a new pair of specs, Caillou wants glasses too. He pretends he has bad vision, tries to make a pair out of pipe cleaner, and even borrows an old pair of Mommy's glasses (minus the lenses). When Caillou tapes 'pretend lenses' to the frames - and can't see where he's going around the house - he finally realizes the importance of having good vision. Educational Objective: The importance of good vision - with or without glasses.Caillou's Dance Party: Miss Martin is throwing a dance party. Caillou is excited, only...he doesn't know how to dance! Caillou elicits advice from various family members, and feels more confused than ever when they each show him a different way to dance. When Caillou sees Miss Martin dancing any ol' (silly) way she wants, Caillou realizes it's more important to have fun than to worry about dance steps and styles. Educational Objective: There's more than one way to do things - like dancing! 
Mar 26
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid The Reason Sid's Sneezin' Sid wakes up and can't stop sneezing. He makes his way into the kitchen where he finds his Dad in the middle of a similar sneeze attack. Sid soon discovers that just like his Dad, he might be allergic to pollen! This leads Sid on a mission to learn more about allergies. Mom can think of someone who knows a lot about allergies...Grandma-she's a nurse! At school, Grandma helps the kids discover that sometimes our bodies can react strongly to something we touch, smell, or eat, so our bodies try to fight it off-and that's an allergy. Gerald tells everyone that he has a food allergy--he can't eat strawberries. Wanting to help their friend, Sid, May, and Gabriela decide to make their class a Strawberry-Free-Zone! Gerald is touched, and Susie suggests a special Super Fab Lab survey to discover if other people they know also have allergies.(Educational Objective - Allergies) 
Mar 26
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Hootin' Hadrosaurs!/Hatching Party "Hootin' Hadrosaurs!"Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don meet Perry Parasaurolophus, a dinosaur with a crest on his head who teaches them a new way to hoot some hip music. "Hatching Party"Buddy, Tiny and Mrs. Pteranodon attend an egg hatching party and meet their friend Cory Corythosaurus's new brothers and sisters. 
Mar 26
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Super Cleaner Uppers/Itty Bitty Water Super Cleaner UppersNick and Sally are cleaning up the backyard when they come across a yucky apple core. Who's going to pick it up? The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet the best cleaner-upper there is, Sandy the Sand Hopper! Sandy teaches them the difference between natural "garbage" and man-made trash, and how some animals use the natural garbage as food. Back at home, they put the trash in a garbage bag, and the apple core in the garden for Wriggles the worm to enjoy!Educational Objective: The kids learn from a Sand Hopper (Talitrus saltator) that some things they see as garbage can be useful to others, while other man made garbage (that doesn't compost) can be harmful and needs to be disposed of responsibly. Itty Bitty WaterNick and Sally are about to dump out the water in their kiddie pool when The Cat stops them - water is too precious to waste even a drop! Off they go to the Drippety Dry Desert to meet three creatures who are experts at conserving water. Back at home, they think of other ways to use the water in the pool instead of just dumping it out - like giving Cat a bath!Educational Objective: Some Saharan desert creatures - like jerboas, desert hedgehogs, and the sand grouse - are naturally very good at conserving water. 
Mar 26
3:00 PM
Curious George Curious George Takes a Vacation/Curious George and the One That Got Away Curious George Takes a Vacation: The Man with the Yellow Hat and George are off to the airport to start their vacation. When they get there, they discover that all the flights are delayed, and there's a long wait ahead. But with sliding doors, moving sidewalks, luggage carousels and beeping carts, George decides that the airport is a great place to spend his whole vacation. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop an understanding of how people and goods are transported in many different ways.Curious George and the One That Got Away: George and Mr. Quint discover a fresh water eel in the waters of Lake Wanasink Lake. When Bill finds out, he proposes a contest to see who can catch it first. George has no fishing pole so he makes one from things he finds around the house. He's determined to catch the eel so he can set it free. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate how to design solutions to a problem using objects found around the house. 
Mar 26
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha in the Hold/Get Along, Little Dogies Martha in the Hold Martha's family is going out West on vacation and Martha doesn't want to be left behind. But that cargo hold where dogs have to travel sounds scary. Can Martha find her ticket to ride?Vocabulary(E) cargo, passenger(s), turbulence, arriv(e)(s)(ing)(val), depart(s)(ed)(I) travel(ing), suitcase(s), flight, trip, Take(s)(ing) offGet Along, Little Dogies! Martha is excited to go on a cattle drive. Cookie the cowhand isn't so sure that Martha is fit for the trip and he might be right. Can Martha show Cookie that she has what it takes to be at home on the range?Vocabulary(E) vacation(ing), stampede, lodging, sightseeing, cattle drive, scenery(I) wagon, cowboy(s), camp, outdoors, tour(s) 
Mar 26
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 26
4:30 PM
WordGirl Scary with a Side of Butter/Talent Show Tobey Scary with a Side of ButterAfter telling the tale of the giant evil artichoke, Bampy Botsford sparks a panic throughout the city. Mr. Big uses this opportunity to do, what else, become even richer and more powerful! Will the giant artichoke really show up or will Mr. Big finally find a way to control the minds of citizens?Vocabulary Words: Fable, Artichoke Talent Show TobeyBecky volunteers to be Scoops' assistant for his magic act in the talent show. But when Tobey tricks WordGirl into performing his poetry at the talent show, she has to find a way to be on stage as Becky and WordGirl at the same time -- all while saving the city from Tobey's latest robot.Vocabulary Words: Discombobulated, Essential 
Mar 26
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Simple Dishes presented in this episode are deceptively simple. David Chang travels to Japan for some yakitori and high-end sushi; his pal Daniel Patterson prepares beets. 
Mar 26
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 26
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great Grilled Chicken and Texas Potato Salad COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 26
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Costal Express Starting in the Sami territories of the Arctic, Andreas makes reindeer burgers with wild mushrooms, king crab cocktail and Arctic char with lamb-flavored potato gratin, all using produce he finds along the coast. 
Mar 26
7:00 PM
A Hidden Epidemic Between four and eight million older adults in the United States currently have issues with alcohol and drugs. With that number expected to continue to grow, A Hidden Epidemic answers the critical questions we all need to understand about substance abuse among baby boomers. The documentary also breaks down complex statistics regarding elderly substance abuse and provides viewers with access to the latest research and insights from experts across the country. 
Mar 26
8:00 PM
Rare Diseases, What are They?: An Exploration Health Special From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind" comes a new series of Exploration Health specials for prime time. In the U.S., a disease is considered rare if it is believed to affect fewer than 200,000 people. There are approximately 6,800 such diseases, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). So while each disease is rare, when considered together they affect nearly 30 million Americans or almost 1 in 10 people. And there are certain challenges that are shared by these patients and their families. In this one-hour special we will meet patients who are dealing with Gaucher Disease, MPS II, Chronic Granuomatous Disease and Hypoparathyroidism. We will also meet the physicians who work closely with them, to help manage life with these rare but often debilitating diseases. 
Mar 26
9:00 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."  
Mar 26
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Is Free Will an Illusion? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 26
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about life-changing medical decisions. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes. Host Dr. Peter Salgo presents intriguing, real-life cases to experts representing every medical specialty, who then grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes.  
Mar 26
11:00 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.  
Mar 27
12:00 AM
Classic Gospel Homecoming Texas Style (Encore of episode #307) Your favorite Homecoming friends gather together in Fort Worth for an exciting celebration of gospel music...Texas-style. Filmed at the Tarrant County Convention Center, the music had people tappin' their toes, clappin' their hands, and kickin' up their heels. This episode celebrates the important contribution made by the great state of Texas to the roots of gospel music. 
Mar 27
1:00 AM
Jubilee Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice/Blue Highway Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Mar 27
2:00 AM
Classic Gospel God Bless The USA A Salute to the American Spirit with Bill & Gloria Gaither and their Homecoming Friends. Includes This Land Is Your Land, America The Beautiful, Lean On Me and God Bless America. 
Mar 27
3:00 AM
A Hidden Epidemic Between four and eight million older adults in the United States currently have issues with alcohol and drugs. With that number expected to continue to grow, A Hidden Epidemic answers the critical questions we all need to understand about substance abuse among baby boomers. The documentary also breaks down complex statistics regarding elderly substance abuse and provides viewers with access to the latest research and insights from experts across the country. 
Mar 27
4:00 AM
Rare Diseases, What are They?: An Exploration Health Special From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind" comes a new series of Exploration Health specials for prime time. In the U.S., a disease is considered rare if it is believed to affect fewer than 200,000 people. There are approximately 6,800 such diseases, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). So while each disease is rare, when considered together they affect nearly 30 million Americans or almost 1 in 10 people. And there are certain challenges that are shared by these patients and their families. In this one-hour special we will meet patients who are dealing with Gaucher Disease, MPS II, Chronic Granuomatous Disease and Hypoparathyroidism. We will also meet the physicians who work closely with them, to help manage life with these rare but often debilitating diseases. 
Mar 27
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 27
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Led Astray/Wedding Bell Blues LED ASTRAY: Clifford's new friend Artie is up to no good...and he talks Clifford into joining him. He "borrows" Cleo's favorite toy and helps digs a big hole. Clifford soon realizes that being friends with Artie isn't worth getting in trouble. WEDDING BELL BLUES: The children's teacher, Miss Carrington, is getting married and leaving the school. The kids imagine what their new, "interesting" teacher Mrs. Grumbly will be like. 
Mar 27
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus Chris and Martin are on a mission to discover why walrus look so weird, but discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a herd to mine precious pearls for Donita Donata's fashion line. The Wild Kratts team must use the walrus features against Zach to save the creatures and return them to their Arctic domain.Science Concepts: Suction. 
Mar 27
7:00 AM
Arthur Fountain Abbey/Arthur Calls It Muffy's devastated when she learns her great, great grandmother Mary Alice wasn't royalty, but a common maid. The indignity! However, Mary Alice's old diary reveals a more interesting story. Educational Objective: Muffy learns to appreciate her family history. / Pressure from his classmates has Arthur doubting his decision to call Buster out during a baseball game. Will he succumb to peer pressure, or stick with what he believes is right? Educational Objective: Arthur learns to stand up for his beliefs, even in the face of peer pressure. 
Mar 27
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 27
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 27
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1703 Host Margaret Richards combines movement with toming and strengthening exercises. Set to current pop music, Margaret utilizes light weights for a straight-forward, effective workout. Tips on health and diet are offered in her 'Food for Thought' segments. Her style is strenuous, but low-impact workouts that include the artistic elements fo dance and an emphasis on having fun.  
Mar 27
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 27
9:00 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. 
Mar 27
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Relaxation Mary Ann explores the healing touch of massage, demonstrating some effective ways to release tension and use movement to relax. 
Mar 27
10:00 AM
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.  
Mar 27
10:30 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.  
Mar 27
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Mar 27
11:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Herbs & Roses P. Allen Smith invites James Beard award winning Chef Jerry Traunfeld to help him concoct an herb filled multi-course menu to serve guests attending the dedication of the new rose garden at the Garden Home Retreat. Allen also demonstrates the ease of drying and storing your own herbs. Plus, a mystery solved... is garlic an herb or a vegetable? 
Mar 27
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 27
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 27
1:00 PM
Caillou Caillou Explores Caillou's Shadow: Caillou likes it when Miss Martin calls him a "shadow scientist"...so much so, he's afraid to admit he doesn't know everything about shadows! When Caillou's curiosity gets the better of him, he learns it's much easier to find the answers you're looking for when you ask questions. Educational Objective: Not being afraid to ask questions; deductive reasoning.High Flyers: Daniel comes for a visit and thinks he knows how to put together a model plane...without the instructions. When the plane doesn't fly properly, Caillou finally gets the courage to point out a poorly connected piece. They fix the plane and Daniel acknowledges that Caillou knows a lot for a little kid! Educational Objective: Learning to speak up and express opinions.Caillou's Leaf Pile: Caillou has fun jumping in the fall leaves with Daddy. When Daddy cleans up all the leaves, Caillou still wants to jump. He tries a few options, but doesn't get the results he was hoping for. Finally, Caillou realizes he make his own jumping pile...out of pillows! Educational Objective: Creativity; being resourceful. 
Mar 27
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid Special Mom Day Meal Sid declares that it's a special Mom Day, so he makes Mom French toast for breakfast. When Sid smells the French toast and his stomach growls, he wonders if his stomach is trying to talk to him. When Sid and his friends investigate at school, they discover that the stomach makes noise when it's getting ready for digestion. 
Mar 27
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train Stargazing on the Night Train/Get Into Nature! Stargazing On the Night TrainThe Pteranodon family rides a special 'Night Train" to another part of the Cretaceous Time Period, where they meet a Troodontid "cousin" of the Conductor's, Sidney Sinovenator, who knows more about the stars than anyone. Sidney takes the family up to his favorite stargazing spot, "Starry Hill," and teaches the kids why the stars seem to move across the night sky.Educational ObjectiveThe stars we see in the night sky are actually suns like our own sun, but they appear to us as tiny pinpoints of light because they are so far away from us. The stars we see in the night sky change over the course of the night, because the earth rotates as it travels around the sun. Get Into Nature! When the kids build their own version of a nest on the beach, below their actual family nest up on the cliff, they get the idea to turn their beach nest into a clubhouse. Shiny thinks that a clubhouse needs a club, and "the Nature Trackers" club is born! The kids decide to make their club about getting outside, getting into nature, and making new discoveries. The only problem is: which kid is in charge of the club?Educational ObjectiveThe kids learn more about exploration: we see them exploring their native place, asking lots of questions, and mulling over answers. Making collections of the things you find is a part of that nature exploration. 
Mar 27
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Big Cats/Fantastic Flour Big CatsWhen Sally and Nick have difficulty sneaking up on Nick's Mom to surprise her, The Cat brings them to meet some great sneaker-uppers - cats! Three big cats in particular. The kids learn to be patient from a snow leopard, speedy from a cheetah and the trick of distraction from a lion. Back in Nick's yard they sneak up on his mom and surprise her! Then Nick and Sally are surprised when the best sneaker-upper sneaks up on them - The Cat!Educational Objective: Big Cat Hunting Styles - sneaking, running fast and a little trickery and teamwork. Fantastic FlourNick and Sally are making their "Best Ever Yummy For Your Tummy" muffins when they realize they don't have enough flour. Cat knows just where to get more - Finola's Farm! With help from Cat, Sally, Nick, and the Things, Finola harvests the wheat then shows them how to turn it into flour. Now that they have enough flour, they can finish making their muffins!Educational Objective: Learning how flour is made by harvesting, threshing, winnowing and milling wheat. 
Mar 27
3:00 PM
Curious George Monkey Goes Batty/Curious George and the Balloon Hound A hole in the roof means George and the Man with the Yellow Hat must sleep in the living room while their bedrooms are being repaired. But their adventure quickly turns into a disaster when George's nightly trips to the kitchen keep the Man awake at night. Can George figure out a way to quietly find his way to the refrigerator in the dark? / George and Hundley are amazed by all the flying machines at the museum's aviation exhibit. So when Hundley's souvenir airship flies out of reach in the lobby, he dreams he is British flying ace, Leftenant Doxie. Joined by the daring flyboy Chuck Monkey, the dynamic duo use propeller power as they race towards the finish line. When Hundley awakens from his dream, he has a few new ideas on how to get his ceiling bound toy within reach. 
Mar 27
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Mouse Patrol/The Big Knockover Mouse PatrolMice have invaded the neighborhood and Martha's here to help. Her rodent-ridding skills are superb, but once she gets to know these friendly, furry nomads the job gets complicated.The Big KnockoverTrash cans are being knocked down across Wagstaff City and Mrs. Demson knows just who to blame: dogs. With her tail against the wall, Martha scrambles to find the real culprit before the town enacts a dreaded leash law. 
Mar 27
4:00 PM
Peg + Cat The Pizza Problem/The Pizza Pirate Problem The Pizza Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. When Peg and Cat get orders for halves of pizzas, they must learn about fractions to keep their patrons pleased. Primary Content: Fractions (whole, half)Secondary Content: CirclesThe Pizza Pirate Problem - Peg's Pizza Place/Giant Land/Prehistoric Valley/Ancient Egypt. As Peg and Cat deliver pizzas far and wide, they are menaced by the flying Pizza Pirates who are determined to "take away one!"Primary Content: Taking away 1Secondary Content: Adding 10 
Mar 27
4:30 PM
WordGirl Don't Mess with the Best/Peanut Butter Battles Don't Mess with the Best Since Victoria Best couldn't outdo WordGirl at being a superhero she decides to become the cities' best villain. Using her magic recorder, she steals all the villains' weapons and lures WordGirl to the bank. Will WordGirl be able to stop her or will Victoria be the one villain who takes down WordGirl once and for all?Vocabulary Words: Defeat, Unstoppable Peanut Butter Battles Chuck adds a new condiment to his arsenal -- peanut butter! The highly sticky substance envelops its victims in a giant ball of peanut butter. Since Huggy has to roll a peanut butter covered WordGirl around town, will she be able to stop him?Vocabulary Words: Envelop, Hinder 
Mar 27
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Gluttony It's gluttonous goodness in this episode — over-the-top indulgence with Joe Beef chefs Federic Morin and David McMillian's foie gras sandwich, a whiskey tasting mayhem with Chef Sean Brock at Buffalo Trace in Kentucky and the classic dish "Hot Brown" served up three ways. 
Mar 27
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 27
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Oklahoma Onion Burgers and Louisiana Meat Pies COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 27
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Fire in the Belly Andreas examines how fire changed the way people cook. With an open fire and local salmon, he makes gravlax from an ancient recipe and a local fish soup, before traveling to Japan to discover the secrets of uncooked fish. 
Mar 27
7:00 PM
Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio The public television special AIRPLAY: THE RISE AND FALL OF ROCK RADIO documents the 50-year history of rock radio, told by the deejays and the artists they made stars, including Crosby, Stills and Nash, Grace Slick, Little Steven Van Zandt, Bob Weir and Ray Manzarek (The Doors). In addition, legendary disc jockeys talk about the hits and the history they made together through interviews, archival footage and airchecks, some never seen or heard on television before. 
Mar 27
8:30 PM
Workin' Man Blues Workin' Man Blues explores the dust bowl roots of country music in California. Based partially on Gerald Haslam's book Workin' Man Blues: Country Music in California, the program features interviews with California music icons Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, and Dwight Yoakam. Grammy Award-winning musicians Michael Martin Murphey and Vince Gill also reflect on the importance of the "Bakersfield Sound" on the country music scene. 
Mar 27
9:00 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."  
Mar 27
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth What's in a Resurrection? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 27
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Thick Blood and Prostate Health Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 27
11:00 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.  
Mar 28
12:00 AM
Night of the Proms  Best performances from Night of the Proms, the hottest concert tour in Europe for 30 years. The incomparable Il Novecento orchestra and Fine Fleur choir team with the world's favorite pop stars as they perform their own #1 hit songs. Kicking off with Joe Cocker, David Garrett, Chrissie Hynde and The Pointer Sisters!• Opening orchestral - "Palladio Allegretto"• Joe Cocker - "Unchain My Heart"• David Garrett - "Czardas"• Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders) - "I'll Stand By You"• Il Novecento orchestra - "The Typewriter"• The Pointer Sisters - "I'm So Excited" 
Mar 28
12:30 AM
Night of the Proms  Funk, dance, soft rock and pop. Brilliant performances by two of the greatest legends of our lifetime, James Brown and Donna Summer, highlight this episode. Pop great Michael McDonald gives us "Sweet Freedom." British singer songwriter John Miles sings his hit song "Music," the Night of the Proms theme song. • James Brown - "I Got You (I Feel Good)"• John Miles - "Music"• Michael McDonald - "Sweet Freedom"• Donna Summer - "MacArthur Park" 
Mar 28
1:00 AM
Backstage Pass Bowery Indie rock from Grand Rapids quintet. 
Mar 28
2:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live The Robert Cray Band   
Mar 28
3:00 AM
Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio The public television special AIRPLAY: THE RISE AND FALL OF ROCK RADIO documents the 50-year history of rock radio, told by the deejays and the artists they made stars, including Crosby, Stills and Nash, Grace Slick, Little Steven Van Zandt, Bob Weir and Ray Manzarek (The Doors). In addition, legendary disc jockeys talk about the hits and the history they made together through interviews, archival footage and airchecks, some never seen or heard on television before. 
Mar 28
4:30 AM
Workin' Man Blues Workin' Man Blues explores the dust bowl roots of country music in California. Based partially on Gerald Haslam's book Workin' Man Blues: Country Music in California, the program features interviews with California music icons Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, and Dwight Yoakam. Grammy Award-winning musicians Michael Martin Murphey and Vince Gill also reflect on the importance of the "Bakersfield Sound" on the country music scene. 
Mar 28
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 28
6:00 AM
Pedal America "Bike the Vine" - Napa Valley, California Come for the wine, but stay for the cycling. From Calistoga to the city of Napa, Ira David pedals his way along wineries and art museums to showcase Napa Valley as a family-friendly bicycling destination. 
Mar 28
6:30 AM
Natural Heroes The Next, Best West THE NEXT, BEST WEST explores how the conventional American concept of progress steered our exploitation of the Western landscape, but now, a vibrant new understanding of progress presages a better future. With three stories in Colorado, Montana and Washington State, we go out on the range with a family using livestock to heal damaged land, a huge prairie regeneration project, and the Elwha River restoration-- the largest dam removal project to date. 
Mar 28
7:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 28
7:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe Prague Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, returns to transport public television viewers to the continent's bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countryside. In the eighth season of RICK STEVES' EUROPE, Rick rediscovers some of his favorite destinations in France, Italy, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Germany, and further abroad in the multicultural crossroads of Turkey, Israel and Palestine. Each episode contains Rick's valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical, experience-enhancing travel advice. 
Mar 28
8:00 AM
Globe Trekker Special: Great Natural Wonders Join the Globe Trekkers as they explore some of the world's Great Natural Wonders. Megan discovers erupting volcanoes in Hawaii and Java, Ian encounters the Arctic, Justine hikes the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia, Eils treks deep into the Amazon rainforest, and Holly travels with the nomadic Tuareg tribe in the Sahara Desert. Other destinations include Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Victoria Falls and spectacular national parks around the world, from New Zealand and Botswana to Kenya and Ecuador. 
Mar 28
9:00 AM
Curiosity Quest Goes Green Turtle Rescue Did you know that many species of sea turtles are in danger of becoming extinct? Curiosity Quest Goes Greene host Joel Greene visits the Sea Turtle hospital in Marathon, Florida to meet the staff who has dedicated their lives to rescuing, rehabbing and releasing sea turtles back into the wild. Some turtles get hit by boats, some swallow fishing hooks, some have tumors, but all of these amazing creatures can be treated at this hospital for turtles, and hopefully will heal quickly and be eventually be released back to their natural habitat. 
Mar 28
9:30 AM
Garden Smart  Join us as GardenSMART visits a garden that has a "magical" feel. It goes beyond traditional paths and plantings. Join us for many ideas you can use at home. 
Mar 28
10:00 AM
Central Texas Gardener America's Test Kitchen America's Test Kitchen Christopher Kimball takes us behind the scenes to connect kitchen-to-garden philosophy. On tour, a new gardener feeds her family of seven from organic pickings all year long. 
Mar 28
10:30 AM
Growing a Greener World Farmgirls: Seattle, WA 523: Farmgirls: Seattle, WAToday, there are many women who for a variety of reasons have taken it upon themselves to feed their families off the land in their own urban backyards. In this episode, we visit several such women who not only have the goal of feeding their families healthy, sustainable food, but are also teaching others to do the same. From a trained chef educating virtually with a massive online audience to a permaculture pioneer who shares her vision one garden at a time through classes as well as design and installations throughout the Pacific Northwest, it's all about living off the land while living in the city. 
Mar 28
11:00 AM
Best of Painting Wild Places  Gary Spetz is back with his 13 best Painting Wild Places episodes. His easy to follow, step-by-step lessons seek to provide the viewer with variety of both subject matter and watercolor painting technique. The Best Of Painting Wild Places is designed to extend the creative abilities of its viewing audience as well as encourage them to aspire higher, as artists! 
Mar 28
11:30 AM
Grand View  Acclaimed landscape painter Stefan Baumann's art reflects his commitment to ecology and the preservation of the natural environment. In the re-release of his series THE GRAND VIEW, Baumann hikes deep into the United States' National Parks (including Yellowstone and Sequoia National Parks in California; Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon and the Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim in Arizona), to share his passion for nature and art. In each episode, he applies the realist theory of the Old Masters into environmentally inspired paintings. Baumann's treks encompass every aspect of the park, focusing on the plants, wildlife and the geologic and human history. 
Mar 28
12:00 PM
Woodwright's Shop, The Daring Diagonal Dovetails Learn to cut the rising diagonal dovetail for corners that are stronger and striking. 
Mar 28
12:30 PM
Woodsmith Shop Kitchen Workstation Starting with a pre-turned set of legs, the Woodsmith editors create a beautiful kitchen storage solution with an optional wine rack. 
Mar 28
1:00 PM
Built to Last The Green Home: Review The second season of "Built to Last" focuses on new technologies available to save money and the environment when constructing a home. A team of carpenters and contractors build a family home that strives to meet the highest standards in green construction that will also stand the test of time. Featuring expert commentary from national energy expert Sam Rashkin (chief architect, Residential Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy). 
Mar 28
1:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Mar 28
2:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Mar 28
2:30 PM
Christina "Feel Great Feast" Eating well is not grim or deprived, but delicious and satisfying...if you know how to coax the flavors from each and every fresh ingredient. And when you eat whole, unprocessed, seasonal food, you feel...and look your best because your body is being nourished by the best fuel you can feed it, like light as air ravioli filled with creamy sweet peas. 
Mar 28
3:00 PM
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu  On this week's episode of on "Healthful Indian flavors with Alamelu", Alamelu will prepare a mouthwatering Shrimp in Eggplant Sauce, along with a versatile Potato Masala enhanced with onions, tomatoes, and cilantro, she will also blend yogurt with spinach to create a refreshing Seasoned Spinach in Yogurt salad. Show Recipes: Shrimp in Eggplant Sauce, Potato Masala, Seasoned Fresh Spinach in Yogurt 
Mar 28
3:30 PM
Cooking on the Wild Side  Phyllis Speer cooks a unique dish that is a great breakfast or side dish, Sweet Potato Hash. Add a little spicy kick to supper with Wild Turkey Enchiladas. Finishing up with a very unique and flavorful dish, Coot-A-Licious Stew. 
Mar 28
4:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Colorado Chili and Slow-Cooker Baked Ziti COOK'S COUNTRY features the best regional home cooking — from potluck dinners and holiday favorites to simple suppers and lost recipes. The Daytime Emmy®-nominated series takes the same practical, no-nonsense and scientific approach as Cook's Countrymagazine by providing home cooks with foolproof recipes and cooking techniques developed through rigorous investigation and careful testing. In season seven, test kitchen chefs Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison cook a variety of family-friendly recipes with host Christopher Kimball.From the porch of the 1806 COOK'S COUNTRY farmhouse, Kimball introduces educational "Food History" segments about the origins of certain regional recipes. Jack Bishop challenges Kimball to taste — and rank — blue cheese dressing, frozen French fries, egg noodles and other supermarket staples in front of a live studio audience. Adam Ried, the test kitchen's resident equipment expert, takes Kimball through his unbiased equipment recommendations for the home cook — from cookie sheets to salad spinners and other household items. Each episode includes a "Cooking Class" featuring Kimball and Lancaster sharing practical test kitchen tips and techniques. This season, they cover buying fish, cleaning a grill and hard-cooking eggs. 
Mar 28
4:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 28
5:00 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. 
Mar 28
5:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals High 5 — 5 Ingredient Mains The fewer the ingredients, the faster dinner gets to the table — that's why Sara's rustled up some delicious recipes featuring only 5 ingredients, and boy are they good! Try the Roasted Salmon with Hot Mustard Cracker Topping — crunchy on the outside and oh so tender on the inside. Buffalo Rice mixes the best tastes of Buffalo chicken wings — hot sauce, blue cheese, celery, crispy chicken — in a quick and flavorful rice bowl. Sautéed Duck Breasts have an Apricot Szechuan Peppercorn Sauce that's packed with sweet and spicy flavors. And nothing could be simpler than Peppery Broccoli Pasta with Feta Cheese — a satisfying, meat-free alternative. Less is more! 
Mar 28
6:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Chef David Chang prepares eggs with his chef pals — Wylie Dufresne, Daniel Patterson and Rene Redzepi — and makes his Ko egg. 
Mar 28
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Rain and Rainbows In the fishing capital of Bergen, the wettest city in Norway, Andreas prepares local trout and re-creates the city's famous fish soup. 
Mar 28
7:00 PM
Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay Half a century after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women in both high-paying, high-growth STEM careers and those in part-time, low-wage jobs still only make, on average, 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. In that time span, the current wage gap improved at a rate of less than half a cent per year; if it continues at that pace, the wage gap will not close completely until 2053. Month to month, women — primary or co-breadwinners in six out of every 10 American families — face greater financial burdens in meeting living costs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and child care. The wage gap also limits their options to afford education. And across the span of a lifetime, women face less financial stability heading into retirement, with fewer pensions and lower Social Security payments to sustain them. In front of a live studio audience, CLOSING THE GAP: 50 YEARS SEEKING EQUAL PAY scrutinizes hotly debated statistics and moves beyond highly politicized and over-simplified talking points to explore the factors contributing to the wage gap and strategize on ways to attain equal pay. CNBC's Sharon Epperson serves as the program host, with guests including the namesake of the 2009 Fair Pay Act, Lilly Ledbetter; National Organization for Women (NOW) President Terry O'Neill, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Executive Director and CEO Linda Hallman, Ms. Foundation for Women CEO Teresa Younger and YWCA-USA CEO Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron. CLOSING THE GAP offers advice for overcoming wage secrecy policies in the workplace and researching fair salaries for jobs; considers pathways to improved public policies; arms women with the information and skills they need to earn fair pay at all points on the career continuum; and provides tips on achieving a financially secure retirement. 
Mar 28
8:00 PM
Get Real! Wise Women Speak This award-winning documentary features extraordinary women and the inner fire which propels them to use their wisdom and experience to change the world. The film creates a vivid mosaic, weaving together ancient archetypes, modern-day stories and interviews, impressionistic re-enactments and an original score of Celtic and world-influenced music by Jamshied Sharifi.Featuring Marianne Williamson, Della Reese, Jane Fonda, Nikki Giovanni, Sylvia Earle, Susan L. Taylor, Tenzin Palmo, Jody Williams, Indigenous Grandmothers Agnes Baker Pilgram and Flordemayo, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Laura Carstensen, Angeles Arrien, Linda Leitch, Swanee Hunt, Vivian Castleberry, Roberta Pollard and Martha Jackson-Javis. 
Mar 28
9:00 PM
Evening with Gwen Ifill An Evening With Gwen Ifill is a one-on-one interview of Gwen Ifill, one of the most prolific journalists of our time. Taped in the historic Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress' Thomas Jefferson Building, and hosted by Gwen's friend and fellow journalist Michele Norris, An Evening With Gwen Ifill turns the tables on the long-time host, giving an insider's perspective into Gwen's childhood and development as a print and television 
Mar 28
10:00 PM
Anne Braden: Southern Patriot Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a first person documentary about the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Braden (1924-2006) was hailed as a white southerner who was "eloquent and prophetic" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail. Ostracized as a "red," she fought for an inclusive movement community and mentored three generations of social justice activists. 
Mar 28
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. 
Mar 29
12:00 AM
An Evening with Ursula Burns Hosted by journalist Gwen Ifill, An Evening With Ursula Burns, provides a rare inside look into the life and career of the amazing business icon Ursula Burns, the first African American woman to head a Fortune 500 company. This engaging and informative interview provides important background on Burns' meteoric rise through the ranks of corporate America as she talks candidly about her poor upbringing on Manhattan's Lower East Side, her mother's, Olga's, heroic efforts to raise three children as a single mother, her start at Xerox as a young engineering intern and how intellect, mentorship by others, hard work and business savvy led to her unprecedented success. The rapport between Ms. Burns and PBS TV journalist Gwen Ifill is engaging. The telling of Ms. Burns' story is aided by video vignettes of family members, mentors and others that were either admired her or were inspired by her journey. Also, sharing the stage to provide their own personal insights are two former Xerox CEOs: Paul Allaire who was Ursula Burns' mentor and Ann Mulcahy who was Xerox's first female CEO. Also sharing the stage is the her iconic mentor, business and civic leader Vernon Jordan. This is a must see program for anyone interested in leadership and mentorship. An Evening With Ursula Burns is a quintessentially American story. 
Mar 29
1:00 AM
Media Coverage and Female Athletes Forty percent of all sports participants are female, yet women's sports receive only 4% of all sport media coverage and female athletes are much more likely than male athletes to be portrayed in sexually provocative poses. To highlight why this matters and address these disparities, the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota, in partnership with tptMN, have produced "Media Coverage and Female Athletes," a groundbreaking documentary that uses research-based information to examine the amount and type of coverage given to female athletes. You won't want to miss hearing from expert scholars and award winning coaches and athletes who discuss this timely issue from a variety of perspectives, as they help dispel the common—but untrue—myths that no one is interested in women's sport and that "sex sells" women's sport. Effective strategies are also discussed for increasing media coverage and creating images which reflect the reality of women's sports participation and why this is so important. 
Mar 29
2:00 AM
Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay Half a century after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women in both high-paying, high-growth STEM careers and those in part-time, low-wage jobs still only make, on average, 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. In that time span, the current wage gap improved at a rate of less than half a cent per year; if it continues at that pace, the wage gap will not close completely until 2053. Month to month, women — primary or co-breadwinners in six out of every 10 American families — face greater financial burdens in meeting living costs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and child care. The wage gap also limits their options to afford education. And across the span of a lifetime, women face less financial stability heading into retirement, with fewer pensions and lower Social Security payments to sustain them. In front of a live studio audience, CLOSING THE GAP: 50 YEARS SEEKING EQUAL PAY scrutinizes hotly debated statistics and moves beyond highly politicized and over-simplified talking points to explore the factors contributing to the wage gap and strategize on ways to attain equal pay. CNBC's Sharon Epperson serves as the program host, with guests including the namesake of the 2009 Fair Pay Act, Lilly Ledbetter; National Organization for Women (NOW) President Terry O'Neill, American Association of University Women (AAUW) Executive Director and CEO Linda Hallman, Ms. Foundation for Women CEO Teresa Younger and YWCA-USA CEO Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron. CLOSING THE GAP offers advice for overcoming wage secrecy policies in the workplace and researching fair salaries for jobs; considers pathways to improved public policies; arms women with the information and skills they need to earn fair pay at all points on the career continuum; and provides tips on achieving a financially secure retirement. 
Mar 29
3:00 AM
Get Real! Wise Women Speak This award-winning documentary features extraordinary women and the inner fire which propels them to use their wisdom and experience to change the world. The film creates a vivid mosaic, weaving together ancient archetypes, modern-day stories and interviews, impressionistic re-enactments and an original score of Celtic and world-influenced music by Jamshied Sharifi.Featuring Marianne Williamson, Della Reese, Jane Fonda, Nikki Giovanni, Sylvia Earle, Susan L. Taylor, Tenzin Palmo, Jody Williams, Indigenous Grandmothers Agnes Baker Pilgram and Flordemayo, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Laura Carstensen, Angeles Arrien, Linda Leitch, Swanee Hunt, Vivian Castleberry, Roberta Pollard and Martha Jackson-Javis. 
Mar 29
4:00 AM
Evening with Gwen Ifill An Evening With Gwen Ifill is a one-on-one interview of Gwen Ifill, one of the most prolific journalists of our time. Taped in the historic Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress' Thomas Jefferson Building, and hosted by Gwen's friend and fellow journalist Michele Norris, An Evening With Gwen Ifill turns the tables on the long-time host, giving an insider's perspective into Gwen's childhood and development as a print and television 
Mar 29
5:00 AM
Anne Braden: Southern Patriot Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a first person documentary about the extraordinary life of this American civil rights leader. Braden (1924-2006) was hailed as a white southerner who was "eloquent and prophetic" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail. Ostracized as a "red," she fought for an inclusive movement community and mentored three generations of social justice activists. 
Mar 29
6:00 AM
Sesame Street Biggest Loser SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Mar 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Feel Your Best Feeling good is important in life, certain movements help you feel your best. Mary Ann shares exercises that will leave yuou feeling great. 
Mar 29
7:30 AM
ALLAIRE BACK FITNESS  Shot on location in beautiful Huatulco, Mexico, Allaire Back Fitness Season 2 is an innovative health and fitness exercise series designed and taught by Dr. Lisa Allaire, DC., a back health specialist. The series is based on the latest rehabilitation information and teaches viewers how to develop a healthy back. Viewers will transform their bodies by learning movement patterns that will help them develop better posture, better balance, and activate muscles that will protect their spine and discs!  
Mar 29
8:00 AM
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE continues its focus on overall wellness and physical fitness. This new season of 30 half-hour episodes features Miranda Esmonde-White performing her graceful, fluid and controlled method of stretching on location in Jamaica. Her total-body workout combines tai-chi, yoga, ballet, physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques, as well as stretches for a variety of muscles and ligaments. The series is ideal for anyone suffering from back, knee or shoulder pain, or for those looking to increase their energy level, enhance flexibility, reduce stress, improve posture, manage osteoporosis, strengthen muscles and tone legs, arms and abdominals.  
Mar 29
8:30 AM
Functional Fitness Younger Joints in 30 Days Do you have an iron, a broom or soup cans? Then you have a home gym! Functional Fitness - Real Fitness for Real Life Challenges concentrates on training your body to cope using real life body mechanics with everyday household items. three levels of intensity are demonstrated allowing people of all fitness levels to participate. This is the only series on TV created by a licensed Occupational Therapist - Suzanne Andrews, who specializes in treating common medical conditions including diabetes, arthritis, obesity, neck and back pain and balance.  
Mar 29
9:00 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.  
Mar 29
9:30 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.  
Mar 29
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 29
10:30 AM
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.  
Mar 29
11:00 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 29
11:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The H. G. "Buzz" Bissinger Journalist H. G. "Buzz" Bissinger is the author of the bestseller Friday Night Lights, the inspiration for the popular television series; the highly acclaimed A Prayer for the City, an exploration of Ed Rendell's tenure as mayor of Philadelphia; and other books. A regular contributor to Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, The Daily Beast, and other publications, Bissinger was formerly a reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer. While there, he received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for his investigative series on corruption in the Philadelphia court system. Bissinger talks about his entry into journalism during the Watergate scandal, an event that ushered many talented writers into investigative journalism. He also talks about the writing of Friday Night Lights, which opened his eyes to the abuses of the American sports culture. In discussing football, Bissinger comments on the 2011 scandal at Penn State, where the school's drive to protect its own through a code of silence eventually brought down famed head football coach Joe Paterno and the University president. Bissinger marvels at the intelligence and dedication of former Philadelphia mayor and governor Ed Rendell but does not shy away from discussing Rendell's flaws, including his famous temper. Bissinger also praises David L. Cohen, Mayor Rendell's chief of staff and a former Drexel InterView guest. This immensely entertaining and probing episode concludes with Bissinger's comments on his newest book, Father's Day, a touching account of his son Zach, who, though developmentally disabled, has a character and world view that his father deeply admires. 
Mar 29
12:00 PM
CEO Global Foresight Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Winning the War Against Cancer The world renowned Dana Farber Cancer Institute, in partnership with Harvard Cancer Center, is the world's largest cancer research center. In the global war against cancer, it is on the very frontline of research, treatment and breakthrough discoveries. CEO and Chief Investigator Dr. Edward Benz joins us to provide his unique foresight into the potential of future victories over cancer, including some cancers that could be eliminated. 
Mar 29
12:30 PM
Take on the South "What is the South in the 21st Century?" Since the 1930s a variety of scholars and pundits have lamented the passing of the American South. But, how were—and are—they defining the South? John Shelton Reed, one of the world's foremost scholars of Southern identity, and James Cobb, a distinguished scholar of the region, tackle the question of defining "What is the South in the 21st Century?" 
Mar 29
1:30 PM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Mar 29
2:00 PM
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.  
Mar 29
2:30 PM
Overheard with Evan Smith  : OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH brings you in-depthinterviews with today's most fascinating public figures. You'll meet politicians, authors, artists,actors, journalists, business people - anyone who's at the center of things. Join us for smartinterviews with the country's most interesting people, always with an eye toward the news andalways with a sense of humor. 
Mar 29
3:00 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Mar 29
3:30 PM
America From the Ground Up America's Lost Civilization 800AD-1600 Filmed on location at more than thirty archaeological and historical sites in twelve U.S. States and two Canadian Provinces. America: From The Ground Up! follows archaeological adventurer Dr. Monty Dobson as he digs into America's story- From the Ground Up. Join Monty as he searches for clues to America's hidden history: from exploring the ruins of America's lost civilization to an underwater search for clues to Benedict Arnold's sunken fleet on Lake Champlain, to a recreation of Perry's naval victory over the British on Lake Erie with more than twenty tall ships, join us for the archaeological adventure of a lifetime! 
Mar 29
4:00 PM
Ideas Exchange, The  Produced by BBC World News, THE IDEAS EXCHANGE pairs business leaders from around the world to discuss the current business landscape and reveal the secrets to their success. In each episode, two leading business figures — each representing a different industry — sit down for a free-flowing conversation about their experiences running a global organization. The dialogue covers broad topics from globalization to industry-specific issues. They share lessons learned, the influences behind their decisions, their major regrets, their predictions and their greatest hopes for the future. In-between, dynamic field reports capture the stories behind the success of each business.  
Mar 29
4:30 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Israel and America Ties with America are being tested by the shifting tides of the Arab Spring, the potential of a nuclear Iran, unrest in Syria and Egypt and Israel's own recent decision to give the U.S. the cold shoulder regarding a two-state solution with Palestine. 
Mar 29
5:00 PM
Miller Center's American Forum Aftermath of the Endless War—The Invisible Front—Suicide in the American Militar Veteran military journalist YOCHI DREAZEN, now managing editor of Foreign Policy, discusses a military family that lost two sons—one to suicide and one in combat—and the book he wrote about them and rising rates of suicide among U.S. military personnel: The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War. Dreazen covered the Iraq and Afghanistan wars for The Wall Street Journal and has reported from more than 30 countries. 
Mar 29
6:00 PM
Great Conversations Erik Larson/ Robert Siegel- April, 2012 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Mar 29
7:00 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.  
Mar 29
7:30 PM
Moneywise With Kelvin Boston Where The Jobs Are (Not)! Unemployment rates remain high in the United States, particularly in minority communities. Guests Carl Jefferson, the president of the National Association of African American Human Resources and Roz Howard from the Baltimore One-Stop Job Center, reveal the best places to find a new job. 
Mar 29
8:00 PM
InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse Carrie Fisher Carrie Fisher seemed destined for stardom from the moment she was born—after all, her parents were singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds. International fame found her at age 21, when she starred in the 1977 blockbuster film "Star Wars." Over the next two decades she appeared in two Star Wars sequels, as well as making appearances in such films as "The Blues Brothers," "Hannah & Her Sisters," and "When Harry Met Sally." She received rave reviews for her debut novel, the semi-autobiographical "Postcards From the Edge," and garnered a Grammy nomination in 2009 for her Spoken Word album "Wishful Drinking"—based on the one-woman play of the same name. Fisher's private life has often been rocky—a well-publicized struggle with drug addiction; divorce from long-time companion, singer Paul Simon; and an ongoing battle with bi-polar disorder. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with actress, novelist, and screenwriter, Princess Leia herself, Carrie Fisher. 
Mar 29
8:30 PM
On Story Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson: A Conversation In this second On Story installation featuring Paul Thomas Anderson and Jonathan Demme, the duo look back on the vision, style, influences, and creative passion for Demme's The Silence of the Lambs, Stop Making Sense, Rachel Getting Married and Something Wild. 
Mar 29
9:00 PM
Well Read Colm Toibin, "Norah Webster" Irish author Colm Toibin is a prolific prize-winning author. His novel "The Master" won the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award (with a 100,000- pound purse), plus many American awards. He's a professor at Columbia University. 
Mar 29
9:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Swoosie Kurtz - Part Swan, Part Goose (Actress & Co-star of Mike & Molly) An uncommon memoir of womanhood, work and family. 
Mar 29
10:00 PM
Film School Shorts The Cake is a Lie This episode includes two short films: "Springtime" by Erica Liu and "Doubles with Slight Pepper" by Ian Harnarine. In "Springtime,"an 86-year-old pork sung maker quits her shop in rural Taiwan to head to the big city. In "Doubles with Slight Pepper,"a young Trinidadian street-vendor must decide if he will help save his estranged father's life despite their strained relationship. 
Mar 29
10:30 PM
Theater Talk  THEATER TALK is back for a new season focusing on the most exciting stars and other artists coming to the new Broadway season.In addition, THEATER TALK's topical critics and experts panels will continue, reviewing the new shows and debating the important show business issues of the day. 
Mar 29
11:00 PM
Arts in Context Metal & Rust Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Mar 29
11:30 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.  
Mar 30
12:00 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Mar 30
12:30 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.  
Mar 30
1:00 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.  
Mar 30
1:30 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Mar 30
2:00 AM
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.  
Mar 30
2:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Mar 30
3:00 AM
Drexel Interview, The H. G. "Buzz" Bissinger Journalist H. G. "Buzz" Bissinger is the author of the bestseller Friday Night Lights, the inspiration for the popular television series; the highly acclaimed A Prayer for the City, an exploration of Ed Rendell's tenure as mayor of Philadelphia; and other books. A regular contributor to Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, The Daily Beast, and other publications, Bissinger was formerly a reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer. While there, he received the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for his investigative series on corruption in the Philadelphia court system. Bissinger talks about his entry into journalism during the Watergate scandal, an event that ushered many talented writers into investigative journalism. He also talks about the writing of Friday Night Lights, which opened his eyes to the abuses of the American sports culture. In discussing football, Bissinger comments on the 2011 scandal at Penn State, where the school's drive to protect its own through a code of silence eventually brought down famed head football coach Joe Paterno and the University president. Bissinger marvels at the intelligence and dedication of former Philadelphia mayor and governor Ed Rendell but does not shy away from discussing Rendell's flaws, including his famous temper. Bissinger also praises David L. Cohen, Mayor Rendell's chief of staff and a former Drexel InterView guest. This immensely entertaining and probing episode concludes with Bissinger's comments on his newest book, Father's Day, a touching account of his son Zach, who, though developmentally disabled, has a character and world view that his father deeply admires. 
Mar 30
3:30 AM
CEO Global Foresight Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Winning the War Against Cancer The world renowned Dana Farber Cancer Institute, in partnership with Harvard Cancer Center, is the world's largest cancer research center. In the global war against cancer, it is on the very frontline of research, treatment and breakthrough discoveries. CEO and Chief Investigator Dr. Edward Benz joins us to provide his unique foresight into the potential of future victories over cancer, including some cancers that could be eliminated. 
Mar 30
4:00 AM
Take on the South "What is the South in the 21st Century?" Since the 1930s a variety of scholars and pundits have lamented the passing of the American South. But, how were—and are—they defining the South? John Shelton Reed, one of the world's foremost scholars of Southern identity, and James Cobb, a distinguished scholar of the region, tackle the question of defining "What is the South in the 21st Century?" 
Mar 30
5:00 AM
Teaching Channel The Common Core State Standards Teaching Channel Presents is a groundbreaking series showcasing inspired teaching in America's K-12 classrooms. Hosted by Sarah Brown Wessling, the 2010 National Teacher of the Year, the weekly one-hour episodes cover a wide variety of topics including the New Teacher Experience, Bullying, The Common Core State Standards, Digital Literacy, and the Arts.The series is produced by Teaching Channel, a video platform for inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Their mission is to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each other to improve the outcomes for all K-12 students across America. You can watch all of Teaching Channel's videos online at Teachingchannel.org. 
Mar 30
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Special Delivery/Ferry Tale Clifford is entrusted by Emily to get a "Special Delivery" to the Post Office. When the package fails to arrive in one piece he is too worried about upsetting Emily to tell her the truth. Little does he know that telling her the truth is the best thing to do. In "Ferry Tale" can Clifford stay groomed and clean long enough to win dog of the year contest? With friends like Cleo and T-Bone around, he doesn't stand a chance. But you know Clifford, even though he is a mess he manages to save the day AND become "Dog of the Year." 
Mar 30
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Octopus Wildkratticus When Martin accidentally knocks Aviva's creature power suits into a deep Arctic trench, the Martin and Chris dive down in search of them in Aviva's newly invented Octopod submarine.Science Concepts: An Octopus can use ink, jet propulsion, tentacle regeneration, and camouflage in order to escape or hide when in danger. Each feature has an important function for survival. 
Mar 30
7:00 AM
Arthur Pick a Car, Any Car/Jenna's Bedtime Blues The Read family car is broken, and so is Arthur's heart. How can Mom and Dad even think of replacing it? "Car Talk" hosts Click and Clack the Tappet brothers (otherwise known as Tom and Ray Magliozzi) lend some much-needed advice as Arthur desperately tries to save the beloved vehicle. Muffy's annual slumber party is the envy of Lakewood Elementary. This year Jenna is finally invited and she's absolutely à horrified! What if the other girls discover that she's an occasional bed-wetter? She'll be the lonely laughingstock of Elwood City! Can Jenna make it though the night with her sheets dry - and her secret safe? 
Mar 30
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 30
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 30
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1704 Margaret and the original Tallahassee crew use light weights to exercise muscles in the upper and lower body. 
Mar 30
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 30
9:00 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. 
Mar 30
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Fundamental Moves In this episode Mary Ann mixes the good old standards with new moves for a fun and effective full body workout. 
Mar 30
10:00 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.  
Mar 30
10:30 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.  
Mar 30
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Mar 30
11:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Back to Basics P. Allen Smith makes a visit to the Canterbury Shaker Village in New Hampshire. There he tours the vegetable garden and teaches us about the art of broom making. Plus, Allen shares a favorite family recipe - Aunt Antha's Corn Pudding. 
Mar 30
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 30
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 30
1:00 PM
Caillou Blast Off to Space Caillou Sharing the Rocketship: While shopping for a birthday present for Clementine, Caillou and Leo decide to go 'halvsies' on a toy shuttle. They try to share it, but squabbles inevitably arise. When Caillou worries that Leo isn't talking to him anymore he finally realizes his friendship is more important than any toy. Luckily for Caillou, Leo thinks so too! In the end, the boys decide to 'gift' the toy shuttle to Clementine - who is all too happy to receive it. Educational Objective: The importance of sharing; friendship.Coach Grandpa: Grandpa is coaching Caillou's soccer team, and Caillou really wants to impress his Grandpa. So when the team starts losing, and Caillou begins to bumble on the field, Caillou decides he doesn't want to play anymore. Grandpa explains that win or lose, it's all about having fun. He's proud of Caillou, no matter what. With renewed enthusiasm, Caillou rejoins the team to have fun playing the game. Educational Objective: Having fun at sports is more important than winning.The Safety Helper: Caillou is very proud when Miss Martin makes him "Safety Helper" for the day. He takes his job very seriously, and even prevents Jeffrey from going down the slide head-first. So when the job is passed on to Leo the next day, Caillou feels crushed...until he overhears some students repeating his safety lessons, and realizes they took his message to heart. Educational Objective: Learning that you don't need a badge in order to help others. 
Mar 30
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid I Have Muscles Where? When Sid's Dad tells him a really funny joke, Sid laughs so hard that his face hurts. Sid wonders why his face would hurt if the joke was funny? When Sid and his friends investigate at school, they learn that they have muscles all over their bodies, even in their faces! 
Mar 30
2:00 PM
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. 
Mar 30
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Minnie Meerkat/Leaves Minnie MeerkatSally and Nick are planning to camp out in the backyard, but there are some scary noises out there! Not to worry, The Cat's friend Minnie Meerkat can teach them all about camping safe. Off to Peekaboo Plains where a group of meerkats show them how they make their camp safe every night. Now Sally and Nick know what to do to feel safe in the backyard. And it doesn't hurt to have the best lookout ever - The Cat in the Hat!Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how meerkats look out for each other. LeavesNick and Sally are going to make a leaf collage of Cat, but the leaves they have aren't the right shape, they need different ones. It's off to Kaloo-Kalee for some leaf collecting! There, they learn that leaves help trees make food, and that's why it's best not to pick the leaves from the branches. They collect fallen leaves from three different trees with very different leaves. Now they have everything they need to make their picture of Cat, and even one for Fish!Educational Objective: Tree leaves all have the same purpose - to collect the sunlight the tree needs to make its food - but those leaves take many different forms. 
Mar 30
3:00 PM
Curious George Keep Out Cows/Curious George and the Missing Piece Keep Out Cows: George loves Leslie the cow but do she and her friends have to keep eating all those beautiful wildflowers that he wants to show The Man with the Yellow Hat? George works against time and the cows' appetites to come up with a wall strong enough to save the flowers. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that the strength of a structure (in this case a wall) depends on the material it is made of and how it is designed. Curious George and the Missing Piece: When George discovers a bone buried in the ground, he's convinced it's got to be part of a dinosaur skeleton - but which one? When none of the dinosaurs in the museum are missing a piece, George uses his best scientific sleuthing skills to match the bone to the animal. Is the bone from a completely new kind of animal? And why is Charkie always chasing after him to steal that bone away? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that the shape of a bone is related to its function, and the size of a bone is related to the size of the animal it came from. 
Mar 30
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Martha in the White House (Pts. 1 & 2) Martha in the White House, part 1 The new president is looking for a dog to live in the White House. Martha knows the perfect dog for the job! What better way to recommend some of her neighborhood pals than to put in a few calls to the White House herself? (1st of two parts) Vocabulary(E) neighborhood, nation(al), volunteer, recommend(ing), community, nominate(I) president, white house, leader, countryMartha in the White House, part 2 The president is calling! One of his aides heard about Martha's speaking ability and he needs her to report to the White House immediately. But why does the president want Martha? Is there a top-secret cat conspiracy? (2nd of two parts)Vocabulary(E) mission, function(ing), appoint(ed)(ing)(ment), advise/advisor, representative(s), cabinet(I) aide(s), serve(d), official, secretary 
Mar 30
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 30
4:30 PM
WordGirl Plain Old Mischief Makers/House Arrest Plain Old Mischief Makers When best friends Big Left Hand Guy and InvisiBill risk losing their super villain status, they decide to pull off their biggest heist to date. Can WordGirl stop this determined duo who always manage to escape her at the last minute?Vocabulary Words: Diminish, Declare House Arrest While Chuck's jail cell is being painted, he's put under house arrest at the Botsford's. Becky is stuck spending more time waiting on Chuck rather than fighting the other villains. Vocabulary Words: Release, Rowdy 
Mar 30
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Japan David Chang travels from Tokyo to Kyoto to meet and eat with friends. He visits a street market in Tokyo and finishes the trip at a Michelin three-star restaurant, Kikunoi. 
Mar 30
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 30
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Picnic in the Country Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball the secrets to making perfect Honey Fried Chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cutting boards. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shares the test kitchen's tips for quick homemade chicken broth and updates an old-fashioned recipe for Amish Potato Salad. 
Mar 30
6:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking A Taste of Winter In preparation for a hike, Tina packs a lunch made of grilled flatbread, cabbage salad and smoked salmon. After a day of winter activities, Tina prepares a soup with meatballs and a chocolate dessert. 
Mar 30
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan's last stop is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate beach destination. 
Mar 30
8:00 PM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 30
8:30 PM
Expeditions With Patrick McMillan "Reshaping the Arctic" Like it or not, change has come to the Arctic. Join Patrick as he explores the connections the Arctic has to your backyard and the impact that the dramatic changes happening today might have on our lives. 
Mar 30
9:00 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."  
Mar 30
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Does Hell Reveal God? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 30
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler C difficile and Tumeric Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Mar 30
11:00 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.  
Mar 31
12:00 AM
Backstage Pass Greg Nagy Soulful blues from up-and-coming Michigan guitarist. 
Mar 31
1:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Brett Dennen   
Mar 31
2:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den 5th Anniversary Special The new season of Live from the Artists Den marks the series' fifth year on public television and nearly 50 filmed television episodes. In celebration of these milestone achievements, a "5th Anniversary Special" closes the season, featuring highlights from throughout the series' history - from Ringo Starr's star-studded concert at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Adele's intimate acoustic performance in Santa Monica just days after the release of her record-breaking album, 21. Two-time Artists Den alumna Patty Griffin (who performed during the series' first season and again as a member of Robert Plant's "Band of Joy") hosts the episode. 
Mar 31
3:00 AM
Globe Trekker Myanmar Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda, the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan's last stop is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate beach destination. 
Mar 31
4:00 AM
Roadtrip Nation  This documentary series is literally and figuratively driven by twenty-somethings. Soon-to-be college graduates (from the U.S. , Canada and the U.K.) criss-cross the country in three mechanically unsound RVs interviewing people from all walks of life to get their stories - how they got to where they are - to see how these stories might provide some insight and guidance as the students try to define their own roads in life.  
Mar 31
4:30 AM
Expeditions With Patrick McMillan "Reshaping the Arctic" Like it or not, change has come to the Arctic. Join Patrick as he explores the connections the Arctic has to your backyard and the impact that the dramatic changes happening today might have on our lives. 
Mar 31
5:00 AM
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.  
Mar 31
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Food For Thought/Friends 4Ever Clifford and his friends are influenced by advertisements for a new dog food. / When T-Bone learns his old best buddy Burger is coming for a visit, he tells Clifford and Cleo about the time when he was a puppy, and thought he'd never be able to have another friend as good Burger. 
Mar 31
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Elephant in the Room When Martin and Chris find a lone baby elephant, they bring him back to the Tortuga HQ for safety until they find his Mom. But they get more than they bargained for when they learn how mischievous baby elephants can be when it almost destroys the Tortuga.Science Concepts: Each plant or animal has different structures that serve various functions in growth and survival. Elephants have trunks, which are like the multipurpose tool of creature features. They have hundreds of uses, including: showering, blasting water, grabbing, lifting, communicating, "hearing", pushing and pulling. 
Mar 31
7:00 AM
Arthur D.W.'s Time Trouble/Buster's Amish Mismatch D.W. is sick and tired of being bossed around all the time and demands to know why she couldn't have been born before Arthur! So she goes on a magical trip through time to see what life would be like with Arthur as her little brother. Surely D.W. would be much happier if she were in charge à wouldn't she? During a field trip to Amish country, Buster becomes enamored with the simple lifestyle and vows to forgo all modern conveniences back home. But this is easier said than done - living without TV or car rides is a bumpy road, and far worse, a lonely one. Will Buster find anyone to join him in his quest for a simple life? 
Mar 31
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 31
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Mar 31
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1705 Triceps, abs, outer thighs and inner thighs...plus the warm-up, cool down, and a comment or two from Margaret. 
Mar 31
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Mar 31
9:00 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. 
Mar 31
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Kinesthetic Awareness This Sit and Be Fit episode focuses on the importance of kinesthetic awareness and weight shifting as they relate to balance. 
Mar 31
10:00 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.  
Mar 31
10:30 AM
Drexel Interview, The Patrick Mureithi Kenyan documentary filmmaker Patrick Mureithi is the founder of the production company Josiah Films, and the director, most recently, of the film ICYIZERE: Hope, which explores efforts at reconciliation and healing following the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Few subjects are as heart-rending and as surprising as Mureithi's account of the workshops in which both victims and perpetrators of the genocide come together to share their grief and haunting fears. This episode includes disturbing footage of the aftermath of the genocide as well as interviews with the workshop participants and a facilitator who carefully moderates and gently guides the dialogue. Currently an artist in residence at Drury University in Missouri, Mureithi explains that he first heard of the reconciliation workshops at a Quaker meeting in St. Louis, an event which moved him to make this film. He has screened the film in Kenya to show how political conflict can edge a country toward genocide. "I do believe in the hidden possibility of forgiveness," remarks Mureithi. In this episode, the filmmaker also talks about his more light-hearted film Many Steps, about the collegiate sport of stepping, and the episode also includes footage of that work. 
Mar 31
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Mar 31
11:30 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. 
Mar 31
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO II takes viewers on a fast-paced, informative tour of Italy's food and wine scene — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily. Whether discovering the perfect prosciutto in San Daniele, experimental vineyards in San Felice, or cheesemaking in Verona, the series provides a feast for the eyes and the palate.Host Vic Rallo, an Italian food and wine expert and restaurateur, shares his contagious enthusiasm for Italian ingredients, techniques and history while highlighting the country's exceptional cuisine. 
Mar 31
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Mar 31
1:00 PM
Caillou Caillou Learns Patience Rushing the Raspberry: Caillou is helping Mommy take care of a raspberry bush. When he promises to bring his preschool pals some raspberries, he realizes he needs to see his promise through. But it's hard waiting for berries to ripen, and it seems to take forever. When they do finally ripen, Caillou realizes good (and delicious!) things are worth waiting for. Educational Objective: Realizing good things are worth waiting for. Wait to Skate: Daddy is building an ice rink in the backyard, only Caillou can't wait to skate. When his impatience almost ruins the rink, Caillou realizes that things take time...and good things are worth waiting for. Educational Objective: The importance of having patience.Caillou's Hiccups: A spaghetti dinner (and a lot of giggling) result in Caillou getting the hiccups. Daddy thinks he knows how to cure them, and together, they embark on a series of hiccup-curing trials. But none of them see to work! Mommy insists the hiccups will go away on their own - as long as Caillou doesn't make a big deal of them...and she's right! Educational Objective: Don't make a mountain out of a molehill! 
Mar 31
1:30 PM
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! 
Mar 31
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train That's Not a Dinosaur/Tiny's Garden That's Not a Dinosaur The kids visit the Big Pond to attend the Biome Block Party. While attempting to win the leaf-necklace contest, Keenan Chirostemotes claims the Pteranodon sibs can't compete for the prize for "dinosaur" with the most leaves because they are not dinosaurs. This launches the kids into a song called "That's Not a Dinosaur", as all the non-dinosaurs sing their piece. In the end, the game rules are changed to include all creatures, even non-dinosaurs, in all the contests!Educational ObjectiveToo often, kids and adults focus only on the big, obvious inhabitants of any ecosystem. The goal of this episode is to concentrate on the diverse categories of animals-reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish, insects, arachnids (spiders), etc. that lived in the Mesozoic alongside the huge dinosaurs.Tiny's GardenThe Nature Trackers go on a visit to the Big Pond, where Tiny hopes to see her favorite flowers. The Conductor tells her that if the kids gather seeds at the pond, they can bring them home and plant a garden full of those same flowers at the family nest! The kids all get into it, gathering seeds and bringing them home, where they plant a garden, and meet its new inhabitants, including Sammy, a friendly slug, who explains that slugs, spiders, and butterflies all help to make a garden complete. Educational ObjectivesLife loves diversity! Successful ecosystems are diverse, with lots of different plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria. All the diverse parts act like a web, supporting each other. We show "diversity" in the garden - and show how insects are attracted to flowers, and how flowers provides food for various herbivores, etc. 
Mar 31
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Hooray for Hair/Ice Is Nice Hooray for HairSally and Nick are getting their hair cut today; maybe they should try new hairstyles! A trip to meet three of Cat's friends (and some styling help from the Wig-o-lator) will help them decide! Should they have Yak hair? No, too hot! How about hair like a fur seal? Not quite, too short. A porcupine? No way! How will they ever get a hug from their moms with hair that spiky? They decide that the hair they have is what's perfect for them!Educational Objective: Animal hair isn't just 'stylish' - it has many protective purposes - like warmth, waterproofing and to ward off predators. Ice is NiceNick and Sally want some nice cold lemonade, but there are no more ice cubes in Sally's fridge! A trip to Freeze-your-knees Snowland will fix that! They meet Cat's friend Polly the polar bear who introduces Sally and Nick to all the different kinds of ice that make up her home. After trying many types of ice, they find the kind that will be perfect for their lemonade!Educational Objective: To learn about the different kinds of ice in the Arctic, and a little about the polar bear (Ursus maritimus). 
Mar 31
3:00 PM
Curious George Housebound!/Curious George Rides a Bike Housebound!: George learns the hard way about bones when he falls and breaks his leg at the museum exploring a dinosaur skeleton. A visit to the hospital, a cast on his leg, and a cane aren't enough to keep George down, especially when Hundley steps in to help. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore how vertebrates have internal skeletons made of bone. To understand that if a bone breaks, the bone produces new cells and blood vessels that rebuild the bone. Curious George Rides a Bike: George loves his new bike, especially because it gives him the chance to help Bill with his paper route. But he gets distracted by some ducks, makes some paper boats out of the newspapers and then, trying to fix his mistake, hits a big rock that bends his bicycle wheel out of shape. Can Mrs. Renkins find the right tools to help him fix his bike so he can find some dry papers, finish the paper route, and keep his promise to Bill? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn that using the correct tool to adjust and repair things is important. 
Mar 31
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks The Jakey Express/Martha Sled Dog The Jakey Express: Stuck in a traffic jam, Helen's dad tells the story of the day Jake was born, and how Martha was able to drum up an inventive means of transportation to get mom to the hospital on time. Vocabulary: (E) schedule(d), deliver(y)(ies), funicular, delay(ed), transportation - (I) flag(ging)(ed) down, lift, early, late, traffic, on time. Martha, Sled Dog:Truman tells Martha the story of Balto, the heroic Alaskan sled dog. Now Martha wants to become a sled dog, too! Weaselgraft and Pablum overhear her desire to mush. Will Malto deliver herself right into their hands?Vocabulary: (E) serum, sled, vehicle, transform, accelerate - (I) glide, hitch, steer, haul, brake. 
Mar 31
4:00 PM
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 
Mar 31
4:30 PM
WordGirl Father's Day Dance-A-Thon/Big Is Botsford's Boss Father's Day Dance-A-ThonIt's Father's Day and the Butcher has big plans to mark the occasion. With Becky busy boogieing non-stop at the Father's Day Dance-a-thon, it's up to Captain Huggy Face to play the hero. But when WordGirl's trusty sidekick joins forces with the Butcher, will WordGirl be able to save the day - and help her father win the big trophy?Vocabulary Words: Observe, Determined Big is Botsford's BossMr. Big decides to give all the citizens of the City a yo-yo to make up for the many times he tricked them and stole from them. WordGirl knows that Mr. Big must have something evil planned. Can she stop his scheme in time or will Mr. Big's yo-yos get her all tied up in knots?Vocabulary Words: Blissful, Expertise 
Mar 31
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The New York Enjoy this all-New York episode with the Torrisi boys, oysters, carrot dashi and farming. David Chang visits native New Yorker Ivan Orkin in Tokyo, where he's making ramen that's taking the city by storm. 
Mar 31
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Mar 31
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Company's Coming Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for Crown Roast of Pork. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for measuring spoons. Next, host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's top food safety tips. And finally, Bridget shows Chris how to make Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus. 
Mar 31
6:30 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. 
Mar 31
7:00 PM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Mar 31
7:30 PM
American Health Journal  The Brain after age 55, Influenza, Antibiotic Resistance, Reading without Glasses and Dialysis. 
Mar 31
8:00 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Adrenal Cancer The adrenal glands are located on the top of each kidney, and carry out many significant tasks. Adrenal glands produce hormones including sex hormones and stress response hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. A number of medical disorders can affect the adrenal glands, and one of the most troubling can be tumors. As in other types of tumors, adrenal tumors can be either benign or malignant. Most are benign and may not require treatment. But although extremely rare, a small number of adrenal gland tumors are malignant. In this program, we will educate viewers on Adrenal Cancer, with discussions on its history, screening, diagnosis, management, and the importance of patient care. 
Mar 31
8:30 PM
Exploration Health Solving the Problem of Overactive Bladder From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind comes two more episodes of their new series. More episodes are expected in the future.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Mar 31
9:00 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."  
Mar 31
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Confronting Consciousness Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Mar 31
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about life-changing medical decisions. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes. Host Dr. Peter Salgo presents intriguing, real-life cases to experts representing every medical specialty, who then grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes.  
Mar 31
11:00 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 1
12:00 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Tav Falco & Chelsea Crowell Tav Falco may be a native Mississipian, but he is a legendary Memphis musician. His eclectic style is mythical in the bluff city, but Falco is equally renowned across Europe where he tours extensively. Chelsea Crowell is the grand-daughter of Sun Studio legend Johnny Cash. Her mother Rosanne Cash and father Rodney Crowell are also renowned musicians, but Chelsea is determined to make her own mark on the music scene. In this episode these artists perform several original compositions and provide some behind the scenes insights into their music. 
Apr 1
12:30 AM
Sun Studio Sessions Beth Hart Beth Hart is familiar to public television viewers from her show stopping performance at the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors with her stunning tribute to Buddy Guy. The blues singer wows audiences across the world and in the Season 5 finale episode she provides an intimate performance including "Baddest Blues" and the title track to her latest album "Bang Bang, Boom Boom." 
Apr 1
1:00 AM
Front And Center Zakk Wylde & the Les Paul Trio FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Apr 1
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Pirate Signal Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the Channel 12 Studios on 29th and Welton. 
Apr 1
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Shel Out of Order and Brass Tree Sessions present this performance showcase of some of Colorado's finest acts. Taped at the Channel 12 Studios on 29th and Welton. 
Apr 1
3:00 AM
IN GOOD SHAPE - THE HEALTH SHOW  In Good Shape is the weekly health show on DW, covering all aspects of health care: what's new in medical treatment, alternative medicine, wellness and fitness - as well as nutrition and beauty. In our studio interview we discuss topics in-depth with specialists, and offer you opportunities to pose your own questions. Dr. Carsten Lekutat is the host of the program and is also a practicing physician in German. In Good Shape provides a combination of video-rich features and insightful interviews that grapple with some of the larger issues in medical treatment and healthcare. As an interactive feature of the program we also ask viewers to request a program topic.  
Apr 1
3:30 AM
American Health Journal  The Brain after age 55, Influenza, Antibiotic Resistance, Reading without Glasses and Dialysis. 
Apr 1
4:00 AM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Adrenal Cancer The adrenal glands are located on the top of each kidney, and carry out many significant tasks. Adrenal glands produce hormones including sex hormones and stress response hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. A number of medical disorders can affect the adrenal glands, and one of the most troubling can be tumors. As in other types of tumors, adrenal tumors can be either benign or malignant. Most are benign and may not require treatment. But although extremely rare, a small number of adrenal gland tumors are malignant. In this program, we will educate viewers on Adrenal Cancer, with discussions on its history, screening, diagnosis, management, and the importance of patient care. 
Apr 1
4:30 AM
Exploration Health Solving the Problem of Overactive Bladder From the producers of "Healthy Body, Healthy Mind comes two more episodes of their new series. More episodes are expected in the future.EXPLORATION HEALTH brings the science of medicine to life with expert testimony, colorful 3D animation/graphics, and extraordinary patient stories of triumph and survival. EXPLORATION HEALTH promotes healthy lifestyle choices and disease awareness in an upbeat, positive format. 
Apr 1
5:00 AM
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 1
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Great Race/Tummy Trouble In "The Great Race," on behalf of T-Bone, Cleo has challenged Mac to a race and his collar is up for grabs. Maybe Cleo should have let T-Bone speak for himself. Clifford and Cleo have their work cut out for them. When Emily leaves the bowser bites unattended, the dogs overdo it and end up with "Tummy Trouble." 
Apr 1
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Kickin' It with the Roos When Martin and Chris meet up with a mob of Red Kangaroos, they get their car keys stolen by a little joey and have to figure out how to get them back from one very smart joey.Science Concepts: Animals live in different kinds of social groups. Kangaroos live in groups called 'mobs' that can have up to 100 members. Males (Bucks) fight to gain and sustain dominance of the mob. 
Apr 1
7:00 AM
Arthur The World of Tomorrow/Is There a Doctor in the House? Since Binky's repeating third grade, he's totally dreading Mr. Ratburn's annual class sleepover at the Science Museum. After all, he remembers how boring it was last year à wouldn't the second time around be twice as dull? But an enticing new exhibit - on visions of the future! - shows Binky that science knowledge can really come in handy. Arthur and D.W. face the ultimate challenge when Mom gets a bad cold and then à (gulp!) à gives it to Dad! What if Arthur has to take over Dad's catering business? And how will they raise Baby Kate all by themselves? 
Apr 1
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 1
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 1
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1707 The music, "For Once in my Life" sets the theme while Jane, Berneice and Margaret lead this session above Acapulco's Bay. 
Apr 1
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Apr 1
9:00 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. 
Apr 1
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Static Balance Weights are incorporated into the standing exercises to challenge static balance. 
Apr 1
10:00 AM
Scully/ The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 1
10:30 AM
Wider World; A  A Wider World is a positive, informative, resource for persons with disabilities, by providing current information regarding rehabilitation trends, technological advances, travel, recreation, and community based opportunities for persons or families with disabilities. It is estimated that 80% of American families will acquire some type of disability at some point in their lifetime.  
Apr 1
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Apr 1
11:30 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. 
Apr 1
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  Vic Rallo is a successful, seasoned restaurateur and wine critic in New Jersey. After graduating from Villanova University and earning his JD from Seton Hall, Victor jumped directly from the world of law into the restaurant business. He now owns and operates Basil T's Brewery and Italian Grill in Red Bank, and Undici Taverna Rustica in Rumson, both of which have received numerous awards for excellence in cuisine, service, and their extensive Italian wine lists. He visits Italy six to eight times per year to find inspiration for his restaurants, and to taste and write about the wines from every region of Italy. 
Apr 1
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Apr 1
1:00 PM
Caillou Safety First Caillou Caillou's Cross-Hop: Caillou doesn't want to hold hands and obey safety rules...until he discovers a bunch of tiny frogs that need help crossing the street. Realizing it's hard work helping others to cross the road safely, he has a new appreciation for Mommy and Daddy's rules. Educational Objective: The importance of following safety rules. Glitter Glitch: Caillou forgets to wash his glittery hands after Miss Martin asks him to, and he leaves a trail of glitter around the preschool. The shiny specks become a mystery until Miss Martin discovers the children playing 'glitter tag'...and Caillou is "it"! When Miss Martin asks the children to pretend the glitter is cold germs, Caillou realizes the importance of hand washing. Educational Objective: The importance of hand washing; following directions.The Untidy Classroom: When Caillou complains about having to tidy up, Miss Martin suggests an experiment - they won't tidy up the classroom for a few days, and they'll see what happens. At first, the kids think this is fantastic...until they can't find their puzzle pieces, they keep stepping on toys, and they can't even do their morning exercises. Caillou finally realizes it's time to tidy up, and decides to lead the clean-up crew! Educational Objective: The importance of cleaning up after oneself. 
Apr 1
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid  SID THE SCIENCE KID, The Jim Henson Company's first series for PBS KIDS that features a practical in-school science curriculum, uses music and humor to celebrate children's natural curiosity about science in everyday life. The energetic and inquisitive Sid starts each episode with a new question ("Why are my shoes shrinking?" "Why do bananas get mushy?") and embarks on a fun-filled day of finding answers with the help of family and friends. 
Apr 1
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train The Earthquake/Nursery Car The EarthquakeMom takes the kids on a playdate with Tank Triceratops to the desert, where they meet a distant relative of Tank's, an early Ceratopsian named Penelope Protoceratops. The Conductor points out that Penelope lives in a part of the world that gets a lot of earthquakes, and sure enough, the kids experience their first quake with Penelope. Mom and the Conductor have prepared the kids with excellent advice about what to do in an earthquake, so everyone does fine.Educational ObjectivesProtoceratops belongs to one of the major groups of plant-eating dinosaurs, called ceratopsians, which also included Triceratops and Protoceratops. The surface of the earth is divided up into big chunks, called "plates," that move around, carrying the continents with them. So the world we see today is very different from the world the dinosaurs lived in.Nursery CarWhen the family rides the Dinosaur Train, they learn that a new car has been added - a Nursery Car, with dozens of eggs in little, padded nests, attended by their expectant moms and dads. The kids watch the eggs hatch, and try to guess which hatchling goes with which dinosaur parent.Educational Objectives Aftershocks are small earthquakes that occur following a major earthquake. They happen when the Earth's crust adjusts to the effects of the main shock. Even giant dinosaurs hatched from relatively small eggs, but egg size is limited by restrictions on shell thickness. The shell must be thin enough to allow air to pass through tiny holes in the shell called "pores." 
Apr 1
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The When I Grow Up/Doing It Differently When I Grow UpSally and Nick are trying to guess what they'll be when they grow up when the Cat drops in for a visit. Cat is sure Nick and Sally will never guess what his friend Puggle will be when she grows up. When they see her, they start guessing right away! A frog? A duck? No, a beaver! They discover that, while Puggle may have some similarities to other creatures, she will grow up to be a duck billed platypus!Educational Objective: Baby animals/Identifying physical features...to show that young animals look just like the creatures they will grow up into as adults (including humans).Doing It DifferentlyNick and Sally can't seem to find Harvey the guinea pig. They find the Cat in the Hat instead! Cat suggests that Sally and Nick might find Harvey by meeting three friends who always do things differently - like a bird that runs instead of flies, or a cat that swims, or a fish that walks on the mud! Nick and Sally are sure to find Harvey now - by doing it differently!Educational Objective: Animals who come up with unexpected solutions to problems. 
Apr 1
3:00 PM
Curious George The Elephant Upstairs/Being Hundley The Elephant Upstairs: George hears a loud thumping sound coming from the ceiling of their apartment and becomes convinced that the new upstairs neighbor has an elephant for a pet. When The Man with the Yellow Hat points out how unlikely that is, George decides to investigate further and comes to the conclusion that if it's not an elephant, it must be a Galapagos Turtle who eats a lot of crackers, likes to wrap presents, and use a juicer. When they finally pay their new neighbor a visit, the real story is even more interesting than George's theory. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that different objects can produce sounds that are similar in volume and pitch. If you are unable to observe the source of the sound, you may make incorrect inferences.Being Hundley: George gets tired of being a monkey because monkeys have to clean their room, brush their teeth, and go to bed early. So he experiments with being a cat and a pigeon but decides that the best of all is to be a dog like Hundley. Hundley is not at all happy with this plan but doesn't manage to convince George that there's room for only one lobby dog at this apartment building. It takes an elevator getting stuck between floors to help George realize being a monkey can be pretty useful in a pinch. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn how the form and behaviors of each kind of animal are related to how they meet the animal's needs. 
Apr 1
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Paws and Effect/The Trouble with Teddy Paws and Effect - When Martha gets a piece of glass in her paw, everyone realizes that littering hurts more than the environment. But what can they do about it? As Alice, Helen, and TD know, protecting the environment (and paws) is important, but it is easier said than done. Vocabulary: (E) discard(ed)(ing), litter(ed)(ing), thoughtless, debris, recycle(d)(ing) - (I) careless(ly), trash, important, broke(n), injured. The Trouble with Teddy - Teddy, a neighborhood dog, is sick, and the vet doesn't know why. When Martha is called in to consult, even she can't diagnose the patient. Enlisting the help of the dog pack, they scour the yard for hazardous materials - when the cause of the problem could be right under their noses. Vocabulary: (E) hazardous, ingest(ed), environment, poisonous, pesticide(s) - (I) rotten, spoil(ed), safe, dangerous, gross. 
Apr 1
4:00 PM
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 1
4:30 PM
WordGirl Monkey Business/Say It Again, Eileen Monkey Business After a battle, WordGirl accidentally leaves Captain Huggy Face behind (again). So he spends the day doing all of his favorite things. When an overzealous Chuck strikes, it's up to Captain Huggy Face to single-handedly save the day.Vocabulary Words: Recall, ZealSay it Again, EileenEileen won't stop copying Becky - and it's driving Becky nuts! Can WordGirl stop Eileen from transforming into the Birthday Girl before the bake sale (and Becky's treasured crumpets) are ruined?Vocabulary Words: Stymie, Guidance 
Apr 1
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Fresh This episode explores the idea of fresh in the kitchen: instant broth, pea agnollini, fresh and aged steak with Chef Tien, and "ike jime" with Dave Arnold and Chef Murata in Kyoto. 
Apr 1
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Apr 1
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen  Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen uncovers the best of American home cooking. Our recipes are developed through in-depth kitchen testing. The result: foolproof recipes you can trust to work the first time and every time. 
Apr 1
6:30 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. 
Apr 1
7:00 PM
Great Conversations Madeleine Albright/Richard Roth - 2003 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Apr 1
8:00 PM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Turkey and the Middle East The U.S. and European powers need Turkey's support in their efforts to navigate Middle Eastern politics amid the Syrian conflict, Iran's nuclear ambitions and even the ever-present conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. 
Apr 1
8:30 PM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Apr 1
9:00 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 1
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth Did the Universe Have a Beginning? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Apr 1
10:30 PM
Natural Healing with Mark Stengler Memory Boosters and Sleep Natural Healing with Mark Stengler, focuses on providing viewers with cutting edge, scientific approaches to achieving optimum health with holistic and natural remedies. Mark and Angela Stengler - a unique combination of a doctor-doctor, husband and wife team with tremendous passion and experience for holistic medicine host the series. They are best-selling authors and successful practitioners whose mission is helping people with their health through natural, safe, proven methods.  
Apr 1
11:00 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 2
12:00 AM
Jubilee The SteelDrivers/The Clay Hess Band Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Apr 2
1:00 AM
Classic Gospel Red Rocks Homecoming (encore of episode #304) The majestic splendor of Colorado's Rocky Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop for the Gaither Vocal Band's powerful performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. Bill and Gloria Gaither's Homecoming Friends, along with Gaither Vocal Band pay tribute in song and spoken word to the beauty of America's west. 
Apr 2
2:00 AM
Song of the Mountains New North Carolina Ramblers / Buck & Company / Gold Heart SONG OF THE MOUNTAINS showcases the best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began. Performances are held at the beautifully restored Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia. Hosted by Tim White.The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Va., was originally built in 1929. The theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated a Virginia Historic Landmark. It is one of only three existing Mayan Revival-style theatres in America. Once known as the "finest showplace in Southwest Virginia," The Lincoln has been restored to its former grandeur, now fully accentuated by state-of-the-art computerized sound and lighting systems. Winner of Bronze Telly.  
Apr 2
3:00 AM
Great Conversations Madeleine Albright/Richard Roth - 2003 Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation. 
Apr 2
4:00 AM
Great Decisions in Foreign Policy Turkey and the Middle East The U.S. and European powers need Turkey's support in their efforts to navigate Middle Eastern politics amid the Syrian conflict, Iran's nuclear ambitions and even the ever-present conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. 
Apr 2
4:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack  Veteran business journalist Consuelo Mack hosts this weekly series focused on long term strategies to build individual wealth in all of the popular investments, including stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectibles. Viewers will learn what to do and what not to do in long-term investment strategy, including a weekly "to do" item that makes it simple to use the show in their lives. Each week's program covers the key current events of the week that have a significant impact on personal investments. The week's guests, including top performing fund managers, strategists, business gurus and real estate and art experts, discuss the major trends they are following. Each also shares their one "must have" investment idea for long term results.  
Apr 2
5:00 AM
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 2
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Tie-Dye Clifford/Stage Struck When Clifford accidentally gives himself a bath with tie-dye dyes, he ends up looking like a T-shirt from the '60's! Not wanting to upset Emily, he tries to hide the fact. But soon learns that he can tell the truth to Emily because Emily understands that everyone makes mistakes. / Mary has always been afraid to perform in front of an audience. But with the help and support of her friend Emily, Mary is able to overcome her stage fright. 
Apr 2
6:30 AM
Wild Kratts Falcon City The Kratt brothers are itching to fly with the world's fastest animal, the Peregrine falcon, which can hit top speeds of 240 mph. But their efforts are side-tracked when the Wild Kratts team challenges them to find the falcon in the city instead.Science Concepts: Gravity 
Apr 2
7:00 AM
Arthur Prunella Sees the Light/Return of the Snowball To make everything perfect for her sleepover with Marina, Prunella happily styles her room to resemble a "Henry Skreever" book. But then she panics - since Marina is blind, will decorations she can't even see offend her à or worse, make her trip? Or will Prunella discover that her worries about protecting Marina - and their friendship - are more about Prunella's own perceptions rather than Marina's actual capabilities? For six months, two weeks and four days, D.W. has been trying to solve the mystery of her snowball's disappearance. So when it re-appears in the freezer, she's ecstatic!! But wait - if it was taken once, how can she stop it from being stolen again? Can D.W. keep the snowball safe from plotting thieves à or even from melting? 
Apr 2
7:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 2
7:44 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 2
8:00 AM
Body Electric 1712 Margaret serves up "Food for Thought" regarding muscles and agingfollowing the workout. 
Apr 2
8:30 AM
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  In POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY, host and instructor Adrienne Reed introduces the essentials of yoga. In each episode, Reed challenges both beginning and advanced students with deep-breathing exercises and physical movements that target both he body and mind. Reed's workouts may focus on general areas or a specific muscle group like the abdominal's, hips or lower back. Her robust and vigorous flows - a series of transitioning yoga poses - help increase strength, stamina, flexibility and balance.  
Apr 2
9:00 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. 
Apr 2
9:30 AM
Sit and Be Fit Pelvic & Ribcage Mobility Pelvic and ribcage mobility exercises take center stage in this fun full-body workout. 
Apr 2
10:00 AM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Apr 2
10:30 AM
Overheard with Evan Smith  : OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH brings you in-depthinterviews with today's most fascinating public figures. You'll meet politicians, authors, artists,actors, journalists, business people - anyone who's at the center of things. Join us for smartinterviews with the country's most interesting people, always with an eye toward the news andalways with a sense of humor. 
Apr 2
11:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  After nine seasons exploring various states in Mexico, the 10th season of Chef Rick Bayless' highly rated cooking and travel series centers on the vibrant food scene and burgeoning chef movement in Mexico City. This season, Rick visits the 16 boroughs of the DF (Federal District capital of Mexico) to explore its lively restaurant scene, evolving cuisine and ancient culture. Rick encounters local artisans, learns about classical food preparation and discovers thrilling new concoctions. He wanders through Mexico City's street markets and stops by food stalls selling everything from fresh produce, seafood and meat to restaurant cookware and prepared foods. Each episode also introduces a chef pushing the boundaries of Mexican cuisine into new and inspiring directions. At his/her Mexico City restaurant, the chef prepares a dish and introduces Rick to their culinary inspirations — from their grandmothers to abundant markets to off-the-beaten-path restaurants. At his home kitchen, Rick — the consummate cooking teacher — then translates the intricate restaurant dishes of Mexico City into everyday dishes for the American kitchen. 
Apr 2
11:30 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. 
Apr 2
12:00 PM
Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo  Vic Rallo is a successful, seasoned restaurateur and wine critic in New Jersey. After graduating from Villanova University and earning his JD from Seton Hall, Victor jumped directly from the world of law into the restaurant business. He now owns and operates Basil T's Brewery and Italian Grill in Red Bank, and Undici Taverna Rustica in Rumson, both of which have received numerous awards for excellence in cuisine, service, and their extensive Italian wine lists. He visits Italy six to eight times per year to find inspiration for his restaurants, and to taste and write about the wines from every region of Italy. 
Apr 2
12:30 PM
Pati's Mexican Table  PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexicanflavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States.Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food — from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes.  
Apr 2
1:00 PM
Caillou Caillou's Toy Trouble No Tradebacks!: Caillou decides to trade his tiny toy shovel for some stickers...but changes his mind when he sees what his friend, Jay, can do with that toy shovel! Then Caillou tries to get the shovel back - even though they agreed to "no tradebacks" - and eventually hurts his friend's feelings. When Caillou realizes Jay is upset, he decides to stick to his word, knowing that their friendship - and his word - is more important. Educational Objective: Learning to stick to your word, especially when sharing.Shoe Story: Caillou desperately wants a pair of snazzy light-up sneakers like the ones Clementine has...until he realizes she can't jump in puddles while wearing them (for fear of ruining the lights), or get the shoes dirty, or kick a ball for fear of scratching them. Caillou decides his old sneakers are just fine because he can do so many fun things in them! Educational Objective: Realizing new isn't always better.Rollie Racers: Rollie Racers (toy cars) are the latest craze, and Caillou wants them...lots of them! Caillou begs his parents to take him to the mall, and they finally agree - but only after Caillou helps Daddy with a very special chore! Caillou "helps" Daddy fix their car...and he begins to have so much fun, he forgets all about going to the mall for Rollie Racers. Educational Objective: Toys are great, but time spent with family can be so much better; consumerism. 
Apr 2
1:30 PM
Sid the Science Kid  SID THE SCIENCE KID, The Jim Henson Company's first series for PBS KIDS that features a practical in-school science curriculum, uses music and humor to celebrate children's natural curiosity about science in everyday life. The energetic and inquisitive Sid starts each episode with a new question ("Why are my shoes shrinking?" "Why do bananas get mushy?") and embarks on a fun-filled day of finding answers with the help of family and friends. 
Apr 2
2:00 PM
Dinosaur Train The Lost Bird/The Forest Fire The Lost Bird Buddy and Tiny ride the Dinosaur Train for a playdate with their old friend Petey Peteinosaurus, and learn that the train has added a new Aviary Car, for their various flying passengers. Suddenly, they are joined by a lost bird named Judy Jehelornis, who was displaced by the recent forest fires, and can't remember where her home is. Buddy, Tiny, and Petey act as detectives to figure out from clues where Judy's home is, and the Conductor makes sure she's brought safely home on the train.Educational ObjectivesJeholornis was a very primitive Mesozoic bird from the Early Cretaceous, found in what is now China. It was the size of a turkey, and scientists believe Jeholornis had pretty muscular wings but probably couldn't flap them, speculating that the bird was a very strong glider!The Forest FireWhen a forest fire comes to woods not far from the family nest at Pteranodon Terrace, the family takes the Dinosaur Train to visit a nearby area where a fire has already been, and the Conductor leads the kids on a Nature Tracker hike through the woods to see how new life is growing back - even after the forest fire's devastation.Educational ObjectivesForest fires play a role in helping to maintain a healthy ecosystem. Fires can help the ecosystem of forests by reducing overpopulation of trees - allowing existing trees to grow larger; and cause some seeds to sprout - the seeds of lodgepole pines, for example (found in Yellowstone) will only open after they are exposed to fire. 
Apr 2
2:30 PM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Seasons - Spring and Summer/Seasons - Fall and Winter Seasons - Spring and SummerSynopsis: For Show and Tell at school, Nick and Sally must bring something from their favourite season. But how can they choose which is their favourite? The Cat in the Hat takes them to the magical Garden of Seasons, where they can visit any season they like, any time they like! They meet three young animals and journey with them as they begin to grow up. Sally decides that she has two favourite seasons, and with the pictures taken from the Snaparama camera, she now has a scrapbook of pictures to show why!Educational Objective: Plants and animals change and grow with the seasons.Seasons - Fall and WinterSynopsis: It's Nick's turn to choose a favourite season. Back to the Garden of Seasons to visit Fall and Winter! In Fall, they meet up with their friends from Spring and Summer to have a going away party for Candy the goose who's about to fly south. In Winter, they have a great time playing with Sam the hare while all his other friends hibernate. Nick can't decide on just one season, so he makes a picture of all the fun they had in both seasons!Educational Objective: Plants and animals change and grow with the seasons. 
Apr 2
3:00 PM
Curious George Unbalanced/Curious George vs. Winter Unbalanced: The Amazing Balancing Zucchinis come to town, and George realizes that there's nothing he wants more in life than to be an acrobat. But before he can join the troupe, he needs to learn a lot more about balance and help save an allergic tightrope walker from a very determined cat. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn how the amount of weight, position of weight, and the position of the fulcrum affect balance.Curious George vs. Winter: Winter is closing in and George is miserable...how's he going to survive without all the fun summertime activities he loves? When he decides to ignore the weather and play with his wading pool and his bubbles, he learns some interesting things about freezing and melting. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that water freezes into ice when it is cooled and that ice melts into water when it is heated. 
Apr 2
3:30 PM
Martha Speaks Stanley Saves the Day/Milo Goes for Gold Stanley Saves the DayKenan Thompson guest stars as Truman's cousin, Stanley, whose obsession with watching movies tends to get on his cousin's nerves. When the gang spots two crooks at the Wagstaff City Hotel, Stanley's knowledge of heist movies may be the best tool they've got to prevent a robbery. Milo Goes for GoldMilo never wins anything. Tired of being trophyless and second-bested by his friends, he devises a way to triumph by making up his own games. The only trouble is, his friends are pretty good at those too... 
Apr 2
4:00 PM
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 2
4:30 PM
WordGirl The Rise of Miss Power, Part 1/The Rise of Miss Power, Part 2 There's a new super hero in town! Miss Power has come to earth from outer space along with her sidekick, Captain Giggle Cheeks. WordGirl is excited for Miss Power to teach her everything she knows. But is Miss Power really a super hero? Or could she be a super villain? / Besides using her super strength and super speed to defeat villains, Miss Power has another secret weapon: using mean words against others. WordGirl would rather not use her words harshly...but after giving it a shot, she feels empowered. Soon, everyone starts wondering "what has gotten into WordGirl?" And the Botsford's are beginning to wonder "What has gotten into Becky?" Vocabulary Words: Harsh, Vigor, Encourage, Ploy 
Apr 2
5:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Soy Savor an entire episode devoted to soy. David Chang visits tofu and miso factories in Japan, Chef Christina Tosi makes burnt miso apple pie, Laurent Gras takes on tofu, Chang makes his classic corn miso and the Torrisi boys compare making tofu to making mozzarella. 
Apr 2
5:30 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  Christopher Kimball and the cast of AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN, the most-watched cooking show on public television and a 2012 Daytime Emmy nominee, use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Kimball and dedicated test kitchen cooks Bridget Lancaster, Julia Collin Davison and Rebecca Hays reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. Season 15 features 51 all-new recipes, including modern cheese souffle, best chicken stew, broiled pork tenderloin, cioppino, fresh strawberry mousse, the best baguette, grilled fish tacos, the best grilled burger, French apple tart and more. 
Apr 2
6:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen  Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen uncovers the best of American home cooking. Our recipes are developed through in-depth kitchen testing. The result: foolproof recipes you can trust to work the first time and every time. 
Apr 2
6:30 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. 
Apr 2
9:00 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 2
10:00 PM
Closer To Truth How Do Humans Differ from Other Animals? Closer To Truth is the definitive series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence. It is the most complete, compelling, and accessible series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God ever produced for television. Closer To Truth explores fundamental issues of universe, brain/mind, religion, meaning and purpose through intimate, candid conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, scholars, theologians and creative thinkers of all kinds. The shows are a rich visual experience, shot entirely on location in high definition with multiple cameras generating film-like production values. The visual lushness of the high definition, on-location productions, combined with the intriguing titles of the shows, builds audiences already interested in such perennial topics.Each 30-minute episode features four to seven of the world's foremost thinkers. The series as a whole features 128 such authorities in what we believe to be the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of these topics ever presented in visual or electronic media. An invaluable record of today's best thinking, this new edition of Closer To Truth includes, in addition to the television series (available in high-definition also), an extensive internet site, and resource materials for educators and informal learners. 
Apr 2
10:30 PM
Second Opinion  SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about life-changing medical decisions. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes. Host Dr. Peter Salgo presents intriguing, real-life cases to experts representing every medical specialty, who then grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options. SECOND OPINION seeks to improve doctor-patient communication, empower patients to take charge of their healthcare and, in turn, help them navigate the medical system for better health outcomes.  
Apr 2
11:00 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 3
12:00 AM
Classic Gospel The Gospel Music of Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives Hosted by Bill Gaither; an intimate interview with Marty Stuart, including show footage and musical performances. Featuring Just A Little Talk With Jesus, The Unseen Hand and Walking In Jerusalem (Just Like John). 
Apr 3
1:00 AM
Jubilee Marty Raybon & Full Circle/The Lonesome River Band Since its premiere in 1996, Jubilee has presented top and rising stars in traditional and contemporary bluegrass, blues, folk, gospel, and other American roots music. Jubilee continues its long-running standing tradition as one of public television's premier music series with a new season, capturing the excitement of live bluegrass performances from the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fanfest, recorded in Nashville in September 2012. This is the first time this stellar set of concerts featuring top bluegrass artists has been recorded. Each program features the performances of 2-3 national or regional artists from the 2012 Fanfest - including many 2012 IBMA award winners -- and some programs include interviews with the performers. A website ( www.ket.org/jubilee) provides detailed information about the artists. 
Apr 3
2:00 AM
Classic Gospel The Gospel Music of The Statler Brothers Volume #1 (encore of episode #503) Hosted by Bill Gaither this show offers a glimpse into what gospel music meant to the Statler Brothers, not only professionally, but personally. After a groundbreaking 40-year career filled with hit songs, sell-out audiences, top-rated television programs, dozens of beloved recordings, as well as inductions into both the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Statler Brothers still attribute their decades of success to the firm foundation of their first love...gospel music. 
Apr 3
5:00 AM
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 3
6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog Clifford's Carnival/Clifford's Doggy Reunion The first story in this episode is "Clifford's Carnival." If the school carnival is a success then it's ice cream sundaes for everyone. If only Jetta can figure out how to be a team player. In "Clifford's Doggy Reunion" Emily's cousin Laura and her dog, Rex come to visit Birdwell Island. Both Emily and Clifford realize that to be good hosts they must compromise and find things that everyone wants to do.