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					Scott Fields                            600 Cooper Drive                          phone: 859.258.7262
Listings Coordinator                    Lexington, KY 40502                       email: sfields@ket.org
Kentucky Educational TV                                                           www.ket.org


                                                   KET2
                                           Program Listings
                                              April 2004
Analog broadcast: KET2 originates on WKMJ/ Channel 68 in Louisville.

Digital broadcast: available throughout Kentucky on these 15 transmitters:
* Ashland WKAS-DT 25                     * Lexington-Richmond WKLE-DT 46          * Owensboro-Henderson WKOH-DT 31
* Bowling Green WKGB-DT 53               * Louisville WKPC-DT 15                  * Owenton WKON-DT 52
* Covington WCVN-DT 54                   * Madisonville WKMA-DT 35                * Paducah WKPD-DT 29
* Elizabethtown WKZT-DT 23               * Morehead WKMR-DT 38                    * Pikeville WKPI-DT 22
* Hazard WKHA-DT 35                      * Murray-Mayfield WKMU-DT 21             * Somerset WKSO-DT 29

Cable:
* Bardstown: Bardstown Cable TV 2                             *   Millersburg: Adelphia 61
* Barren County: So. Central Rural Telephone Co-op 46         *   Monroe County: So. Central Rural Telephone Co-op 46
* Benton: Charter Communications 11                           *   Morehead: Adelphia 61
* Brandenburg/Taylorsville: Insight of No. Central            *   Mount Sterling: Adelphia 61
  Kentucky 8                                                  *   Murray: Charter Communications 11
* Calloway County: Mediacom 7                                 *   New Albany, IN: Marcus Cable 13
* Calvert City: Charter Communications 11                     *   North Middletown: Adelphia 61
* Camargo: Adelphia 61                                        *   Northern Kentucky (Boone, Kenton, Campbell, and
* Carlisle: Adelphia 61                                           Gallatin counties; northern Grant County; Falmouth):
* Danville: Adelphia 20                                           Insight 23
* Elizabethtown: Comcast 8                                    *   Olive Hill: Adelphia 61
* Frankfort: Community Cable 24                               *   Owingsville: Adelphia 61
* Georgetown: Adelphia 61                                     *   Paris: Adelphia 61
* Glasgow: Glasgow EPB 34                                     *   Pine Hill: Adelphia 61
* Harrodsburg: Adelphia 20                                    *   Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh: Insight8
* Hart County: So. Central Rural Telephone Co-op 46           *   Richmond/Berea/Lancaster: Adelphia 46
* Hazard: Hazard TV Cable Co. 39                              *   Salem, IN: Insight5
* Jeffersonville (KY): Adelphia 61                            *   Scottsville: No. Central Communications 46
* Jeffersonville/Clarksville, IN: Insight11                   *   Shelbyville/Shelby County/Henry County: Charter
* LaGrange: Insight10                                             Communications 10
* Lancaster: Adelphia 20                                      *   Shepherdsville/Pioneer Village/Hunters
* Larue County: So. Central Rural Telephone Co-op 46              Hollow/Hillview/Mount Washington; Insight of No.
* Lawrenceburg: Adelphia 20                                       Central Kentucky 9
* Lexington: Insight15                                        *   Soldier: Adelphia 61
* London: Adelphia Communications 60                          *   Somerset: Charter Communications 3
* Louisville: WKMJ/ 68 Insight15                              *   Stamping Ground: Adelphia 61
* Madisonville: Charter Communications 98                     *   Stanford: Adelphia 20
* Marshall County: Mediacom 7                                 *   Versailles: Adelphia 20
* Mayfield: Charter Communications 11                         *   Winchester: Adelphia 46
* Metcalfe County: So. Central Rural Telephone Co-op 46
* Midway: Adelphia 61


        C       indicates closed captioned programming
        K       indicates Kentucky programming
        V       available on tape
                            Thursday, April 1, 2004
          Eastern/Central

    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#163)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#162)
         1:00/12:00 AM      National Geographic Specials C “Whales in Crisis” Travel from the arctic
                            to the Florida keys to meet a new generation of whale fanatics—men and
                            women dedicated to studying, saving, and preserving the world’s remaining
                            population of whales. In Antarctica, study the mysterious bowhead, which
                            could be the longest-living creature on earth, possibly surviving 200 years or
                            more. In Tonga, get close to humpbacks and examine the debate over the
                            resumption of whaling. And in the Florida keys, go inside a major stranding
                            operation and meet a baby pilot whale whose future is very much in doubt.
                            TV-PG (#2104)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly C Though they were
                            rocking and rolling long before Elvis, the pioneering women of the music
                            style called rockabilly are only now, 50 years later, getting the recognition
                            they deserve. TV-G
          3:00/2:00 AM      The New Americans C This three-hour final episode continues to record the
                            ups and downs of the individuals introduced in the previous programs, and
                            incorporates the story of Anjan, an Indian computer programmer, and his
                            wife Harshani and their adjustment to life in the U.S. TV-PG-L (#103)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “To the Ship! To the Ship!” Lionel and Walter Pigeon
                            think that all pirates were men, so they won’t let Leona and Clay Pigeon join
                            their pirate game. TV-Y (#111)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C The Zoomers play Turkey Chase, kids talk about what kind of
                            animal they would be if they could, and Buzz makes grape popsicles. Special
                            guest Hunter and his dog, Smudge, demonstrate how they train for dog
                            shows. Kenny, Buzz, and Rachel make their own roller coaster. TV-Y (#318)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “The Runaway Duck” In David Lyon’s The Runaway
                            Duck, read by Orson Bean, a pull-toy duck has a series of adventures after a
                            little boy ties him to the bumper of his dad’s car. LeVar visits a Chesapeake
                            Bay wildlife refuge to see real ducks, meets a craftsman who carves duck
                            decoys, and listens to human-made duck calls. TV-Y (#410)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1618)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Many Kinds of Numbers” Introduction to common
                            fractions, decimal fractions, and negative numbers. TV-G (#106) V




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          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Go to the Doctor/Don’t Pollute (Anymore)” Sister
                            helps the cubs’ younger cousin, Honey, overcome her fear of going to the
                            doctor’s office for a check-up. On a visit with Professor Actual Factual at the
                            Bearsonian Institute, Brother and Sister learn why too much trash is a
                            problem. TV-Y (#125)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Three Lines, Three Corners” The kids learn all about
                            triangles by playing triangle hopscotch, wander around the park and in the
                            caboose pointing out different triangles, and do craft projects using mainly
                            the triangle shape. As Mario is preparing for his weekend family camping
                            trip, they all imagine that it’s night and that they have a campfire with
                            s’mores in the park. TV-Y (#715)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen C “Two Italian-American Classics” Lidia
                            prepares seared filet mignon with braised chunky vegetables and
                            hazelnut-chocolate ice cream truffle. TV-G (#701)
         10:30/9:30 AM      A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.—Louisiana Cooking
                            with a Change of Heart C “Mama Fresina’s Lasagna” Pasta company
                            owners Maryann and Buster Fresina of Baton Rouge take Chef Folse on a
                            tour of their company and share some of Mama Fresina’s lasagna. He returns
                            to the kitchen to prepare a version using low-fat cheeses and meats and lots of
                            olive oil. TV-G (#1013)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Healthy Body, Healthy Mind “Prostate Cancer” Patients and doctors explain
                            what the PSA test is and how it can be used to identify prostate cancer at its
                            earliest stage. Hear from patients who are living healthy, normal lives after
                            prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment. TV-G (#108)
        11:30/10:30 AM      The Doctor Is In “Childhood Obesity: Reversing the Trend” This program
                            presents two hospital-based programs that help kids lose weight and keep the
                            pounds off by setting realistic goals that value good health over appearance.
                            Plus, kids talk about what it’s like to be overweight and to achieve the control
                            it takes to stick to a program of portion control and exercise, building the kind
                            of lifestyle that brings about successful weight reduction. TV-G (#1005)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Prose Literature: Understanding Figurative Language”
                            Identifying words in fiction that create or convey an image; telling literal
                            from figurative meanings; drawing inferences from context clues. Darrell
                            and friends go to City Hall to protest when their neighborhood is scheduled to
                            be torn down to make way for the parking lot of a new sports arena.
                            Recognizing that the plot of a soap opera her mother has gotten hooked on is
                            based on The Odyssey, Rhonda astonishes the older woman by predicting the
                            characters’ fates. TV-G (#113) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Orientation” An introduction to the series
                            and its accompanying workbooks. TV-G (#125) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Quilt Central C “Special Quilts” Special quilts made for and by children,
                            including baby quilts and a project that lets kids reach out to other children
                            around the world by creating quilts with heartfelt messages. TV-G (#405)



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          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting from the Heartland C “Tea Time” Whimsical teapots are
                            embellished with embroidered flowers and fruits, and each cornerstone of the
                            quilt gets its own embroidered cup and saucer. TV-G (#1102)
           2:00/1:00 PM     More Than Memories C “Picture Perfect” Tips for getting the best pictures
                            of family pets and outdoor activities, plus creative picture mounting and
                            enlarging techniques. TV-G (#805)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Scrapbook Memories C The hosts share ideas for getting more pictures on a
                            page, guest Sandra Kay shares frames that can be easily changed or altered to
                            give a whole new look to photos, and Beth answers frequently asked
                            questions about using stickers. TV-G (#305)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Estimation” Four methods of estimating—front-end
                            estimation, clustering, rounding, and compatible numbers—and how to
                            decide which to use. TV-G (#105) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Different sounds of the letter y; silent letters in words;
                            aw sounds; writing tall tales; sight word from; voting-place signs. TV-G
                            (#124) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Sid Webb’s Digital Studio C “Introduction to the Digital Darkroom” Sid
                            discusses the advantages of using the computer as a darkroom (no messy
                            chemicals; no one opening the door and ruining your work). Then he scans in
                            some photographs and shows how to crop the picture, change levels, add
                            contrast, remove unwanted details, and correct color. TV-G (#102)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Hands On: Crafts for Kids C “Vikings and Explorers 800 to 1200 AD”
                            Create coins, a weathervane, a Viking longboat, a helmet, and a runic
                            bracelet. TV-G (#605)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Engineering” Sarah and Rachel engineer a real hovercraft.
                            Charlie, Carol, Maria, and Ciara design a milk-carton boat. Plus, an engineer
                            at Nanomuscle, Inc. creates lifelike toy eyeballs. TV-Y (#305)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Real Science! C “Power to the People” At Lawrence Livermore National
                            Laboratory, fusion scientists are working to develop a cleaner, safer atomic
                            energy. At the National Arboretum in Washington, DC, biologists use
                            genetic engineering to develop healthier plant life. TV-G (#712)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Across the Delaware” James knows a secret about a
                            captured spy named John Honeyman, but he can’t tell anyone—not even
                            Sarah. Using the element of surprise, General Washington gets two
                            much-needed victories at Trenton and Princeton. TV-Y7 (#119)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Lost My Marbles” A day at the library turns into a
                            cyberventure when Jackie, Matt, and Inez learn that Hacker has kidnapped
                            Dr. Marbles, the only person who can save Motherboard from an evil virus.
                            The rescuers learn to use a map as a mathematical tool as they navigate across
                            a cyber island in search of Marbles—then try to escape before a huge
                            earthquake turns the island inside out. TV-Y (#101)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None




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           7:30/6:30 PM     Kentucky Time Capsule C K “With Hands and Heart” Two centuries ago,
                            the Shakers established a community in Kentucky called Pleasant Hill. Helen
                            Hayes narrates this look at life inside the community, drawn from letters and
                            other historical documents. A KET production. TV-G (#107)
           8:00/7:00 PM     The New This Old House Hour C The first half hour of the series continues
                            This Old House, now in its 24th season. The second half hour, Ask This Old
                            House, features host Kevin O’Connor, general contractor Tom Silva,
                            plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor
                            Roger Cook as they address home maintenance and repair questions. Also
                            featured are in-studio demonstrations, new product reviews, "house call"
                            visits, and guest specialists, including master carpenter Norm Abram. TV-G
                            (#226)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Frontline C “Ghosts of Rwanda” This program chronicles one of the worst
                            atrocities of the 20th century—the Rwandan genocide. In addition to
                            interviews with key government officials and diplomats, the two-hour
                            documentary offers groundbreaking, eyewitness accounts of the genocide
                            from those who experienced it firsthand. It also illustrates the social,
                            political, and diplomatic failures that enabled the slaughter of 800,000 people
                            to occur unabated and unchallenged by the global community. TV-None
                            (#2210)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10669)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#164)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#163)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Frontline C “Ghosts of Rwanda” This program chronicles one of the worst
                            atrocities of the 20th century—the Rwandan genocide. In addition to
                            interviews with key government officials and diplomats, the two-hour
                            documentary offers groundbreaking, eyewitness accounts of the genocide
                            from those who experienced it firsthand. It also illustrates the social,
                            political, and diplomatic failures that enabled the slaughter of 800,000 people
                            to occur unabated and unchallenged by the global community. TV-None
                            (#2210)
          3:00/2:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C The first half hour of the series continues
                            This Old House, now in its 24th season. The second half hour, Ask This Old
                            House, features host Kevin O’Connor, general contractor Tom Silva,
                            plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor
                            Roger Cook as they address home maintenance and repair questions. Also
                            featured are in-studio demonstrations, new product reviews, "house call"
                            visits, and guest specialists, including master carpenter Norm Abram. TV-G
                            (#226)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Frontline C “Ghosts of Rwanda” This program chronicles one of the worst
                            atrocities of the 20th century—the Rwandan genocide. In addition to
                            interviews with key government officials and diplomats, the two-hour
                            documentary offers groundbreaking, eyewitness accounts of the genocide
                            from those who experienced it firsthand. It also illustrates the social,
                            political, and diplomatic failures that enabled the slaughter of 800,000 people
                            to occur unabated and unchallenged by the global community. TV-None
                            (#2210)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Zoop! Zoop!” With the help of her mother and a
                            ukulele, Leona faces her fear of a scary but fictional giant. (Text: folktale;
                            key word: zoop; target vowel: oo.) TV-Y (#205)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C After a Zinger called Stay Together and a discussion of what you
                            would take to the moon if you could take only one thing, Kaleigh makes
                            frozen pineapple pops. The special guest is Danny, a remarkable young man
                            who was the recipient of a new heart. Caroline and Buzz do a density
                            experiment, Buzz “zooms into action,” and the gang plays clothespin tag.
                            TV-Y (#319)




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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Space Case” Michael Winslow reads Edward
                            Marshall’s book about a thing from outer space that visits Earth, only to be
                            mistaken first for a trick-or-treater and then for a robot. In case any aliens are
                            watching, LeVar shows a special montage of the wonders of Earth and a
                            promotional video about visiting our planet. He also visits the Lick
                            Observatory and talks to an astronomer about the work she does. TV-Y
                            (#401)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1619)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C While reading a pamphlet on breast cancer, Laverne explains the
                            basics of probability and odds. Elizabeth Daniels Squire, a novelist who is
                            also dyslexic, talks about her work, and Antonio Mora of ABC News reports
                            on dyslexia. Also: different meanings for the same word, how to learn and
                            remember new words, a quiz about water and the human body, and the word
                            genetics. TV-G (#120)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The In Crowd/Fly It” When a snooty new girl with a
                            snazzy new bike and all the latest fashions moves into town, Sister finds
                            herself torn between practicing for the upcoming Double-Dutch contest and
                            trying to fit in with the new girl’s “in crowd.” Brother and Freddy team up to
                            try to invent a flying device for their 5th-grade science project. TV-Y (#126)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “A Parade of Bikes” The kids are getting ready for a
                            bicycle parade. Nick has a mishap and asks Mr. Boyd to help him fix his bike,
                            Baby Bop shows off her tricycle-riding skill, and everyone reviews important
                            bike safety tips. Once Nick’s bike is fixed, the kids finish decorating their
                            bikes with balloons from Barney. TV-Y (#716)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art C “Freedom To Roam (Part 1)” Beginning
                            a new acrylic painting of a prairie scene, Jerry focuses on composition and
                            arranging the subject (buffalo) so the finished picture will be well-balanced.
                            TV-G (#905)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Simply Painting Around the World C “Monet” Frank Clarke, Ireland's most
                            sought-after and prolific painter, shares anecdotes from past trips and teaches
                            in his let’s-have-fun style. TV-G (#805)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Martha’s Sewing Room C “Bobbinwork” Martha demonstrates
                            bobbinwork, using ribbon as the bobbin thread; couching; an heirloom
                            pincushion; and an elegant schedule planner. Guests are Coni Martin and
                            Beverley Sheldrick. TV-G (#1605)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Sew Young Sew Fun C “New York City” Learn to make a shawl and
                            bracelet purse out of organza, perfect for a prom or winter formal. Also, how
                            to make your own fabric using ribbons and glitter, and how to sew sheer
                            fabrics. TV-G (#505)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C “Passing the GED Math Test” Advice on what to expect
                            from and how to prepare for the GED math test, including information on the
                            calculator used on the test. TV-G (#127)




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    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “Orientation” An overview of the 2002 version of the
                            GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online
                            lessons can help adults prepare. TV-G (#101)
          1:00/12:00 PM     Michael Chiarello’s Napa Casual Cooking C “Going Nuts” Michael shows
                            how to bring out the flavor in nuts and adds them to salads and fish dishes for
                            extra texture and depth. He demonstrates how to spice-toast almonds; make
                            spiced, candied walnuts; and create a pear frisee salad and sole almandine.
                            Along the way, he visits an almond orchard. TV-G (#218)
          1:30/12:30 PM     New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends C “Ultimate Kugels”
                            Jeff makes mashed potato kugel, mascarpone, and orange noodle kugel.
                            TV-G (#305)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom C “Passover” Burt takes part in a seder at
                            Famous Sammy’s Roumanian Steakhouse; tours the Hassidic community in
                            Crown Heights, Brooklyn; watches a master scribe at work; and learns how
                            matzah is made. TV-G (#109)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Campfire Café “Campfire Lasagna” Johnny cooks lasagna in a Dutch oven
                            over an open fire, then serves it with parmesan herb yeast rolls. Dinner is
                            topped off with a Black Forest ribbon cake. TV-G (#104)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Solving Problems” A four-step process for solving
                            problems in mathematics and in many other situations. TV-G (#104) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Math Basics C K “Estimation” Four methods of estimating—front-end
                            estimation, clustering, rounding, and compatible numbers—and how to
                            decide which to use. TV-G (#105) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Odysseys & Ovations C “The QE2 and Hong Kong” A voyage on the Queen
                            Elizabeth 2 in the company of celebrities and other interesting people, plus a
                            journey to Hong Kong to explore the wonders of the infamous Peninsula
                            Hotel. TV-G (#205)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Simply Ming C “Carrot Chipotle Syrup” The intense sweetness of carrots
                            paired with smokey-hot chipotles is an unbelievable combination in this
                            fantastic master sauce. To make sure that the carrot chipotle syrup will have
                            enough heat, Ming takes viewers to Verrill Farms in Concord, MA, to pick
                            out the perfect fiery jalapeno peppers. In the studio, Ming uses the master
                            syrup to cook seared scallops with glazed carrots, root vegetable pie, and
                            grilled shrimp with bacon. Then, guest chef Ana Sortun joins Ming and
                            whips up an innovative crab, kohlrabi and fennel “cigar.” TV-G (#118)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Treasures in Your Attic C “Beer Steins” Joe talks with Joey Groseclose, of
                            Kingsport, TN and introduces regimental steins and ones made by the
                            Villeroy and Boch Company at their famous factory located at Mettlach,
                            Germany. TV-G (#327)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Museums C “The National D-Day Museum: Triumph of the Spirit”
                            This New Orleans-based museum explores what it took to transform a nation
                            of people into a nation of warriors against tyranny. Its exhibits tell the story
                            of World War II in human terms and celebrate the American spirit through
                            personal stories and artifacts. TV-G (#205)

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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “An American in Paris” Trying to show Abigail Adams’
                            children that the new smallpox inoculation is safe, Sarah instead has a bad
                            reaction and contracts a serious case of the disease. Benjamin Franklin settles
                            in as America’s ambassador to France, while James accompanies Alexander
                            Hamilton to his new assignment as a member of George Washington’s staff
                            at Morristown. TV-Y7 (#120)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Hugs and Witches” On Valentine’s Day, Hacker captures
                            Doctor Marbles and Lady Ada Lovelace, placing them inside a time machine
                            Ada herself invented. The kids and Digit must decipher a series of poems left
                            behind by Lady L to free them from the time machine before it time-travels to
                            the netherworld of cyberspace—never to return! TV-Y (#201)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1303)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4340)
           8:30/7:30 PM     Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#241)
           9:00/8:00 PM     NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#314)
          10:00/9:00 PM     The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2214)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Comment on Kentucky C K Journalists from around the state discuss news
                            of the day with host Al Smith. A KET production. TV-None (#3022) V
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10670)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#165)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#164)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4340)
         1:30/12:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#241)
          2:00/1:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#314)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4340)
          3:30/2:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#241)
          4:00/3:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#314)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Lost Liners C Two other great ocean liners lost during World War I: the
                            Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat, and the hospital ship Britannic,
                            destroyed in 1916 by a German mine. TV-G (#102)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood C “Making and Creating” Mr. McFeely
                            shows a film about his visit to a rocking-horse factory. The covers being
                            made in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe include a set of pyramid covers
                            in graduated sizes. TV-Y (#1558)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Play It Safe!” While playing in the park, Baby Bop
                            and BJ learn how to swing and slide safely. Sarah and Whitney put on a
                            puppet show with nursery rhymes that aren’t very safe, including “Humpty
                            Dumpty” and “Jack Be Nimble.” And before it’s time to go, Barney and the
                            kids learn that you can’t forget to clean up. TV-Y (#714)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Sesame Street C The letter “H” and the number 7; social interactions;
                            reasoning. When Rosita makes friends with a frog who’s wearing a crown,
                            the others wonder whether he’s really a prince under a spell and encourage
                            her to kiss him to break the enchantment. TV-Y (#4048)
          8:00/7:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Nonfiction” Explores three kinds of nonfiction
                            writing—informational, opinion, and memoir—and illustrates how to get the
                            most out of reading them. Writer Luis Rodriguez reads from Always
                            Running, his memoir about gang life. TV-G (#112) V




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          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Fiction” Explores elements of fiction in short stories
                            by Edgar Allan Poe, Flannery O’Connor, and James Baldwin and the
                            contemporary novel Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat, who reads
                            an excerpt from the book. TV-G (#113) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Drama” Explores the elements of drama through a
                            play written by an adult learner and goes behind the scenes to see how the
                            written word is translated to the stage. TV-G (#115) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C “Passing the GED Math Test” Advice on what to expect
                            from and how to prepare for the GED math test, including information on the
                            calculator used on the test. TV-G (#127)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Between the Lions C “The Hopping Hen” Everyone in the library goes crazy
                            after Lionel puts up signs about new rules. TV-Y (#106)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Adventures from the Book of Virtues C “Honesty” Zach breaks one of his
                            father’s cameras and concocts a story to escape blame. But three cautionary
                            tales he hears at Plato’s Peak convince him to tell his father the truth. TV-Y
                            (#102)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Angelina Ballerina “Henry’s Halloween/Anya’s Visit” Angelina and Alice
                            make fun of Henry when he says he has seen the legendary Chipping Cheddar
                            witch—until they see her, too. As her visiting friend Anya becomes more and
                            more popular around the village, Angelina’s initial excitement at seeing her
                            friend turns to jealousy. TV-Y (#205)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series C “A Question of Rules” The
                            Avonlea kids are preparing for their annual Hunt for the Golden Crown,
                            which has very complex rules and rituals, when the adults give them other
                            rules that mean they won’t be able to play this year. Which rules should they
                            follow? Anne at first decides that all rules are silly and unnecessary, but later
                            learns why they are important after all. TV-Y (#105)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       The Southern Gardener C “Native Ferns” Hosted by Dr. Rick Ludwig, the
                            series provides valuable tips for gardening, landscaping, and maintaining a
                            lawn in the southeastern part of the United States. This weekly series is for
                            gardeners of all kinds—from occasional gardeners to the serious gardeners
                            who spend hours each week and derive great satisfaction from their labors.
                            TV-G (#547)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       The Victory Garden C Provides viewers with practical gardening advice,
                            introduces the dedicated people behind some of the world’s most spectacular
                            gardens, and showcases the world’s important gardens. Each program
                            includes reports on the challenges and triumphs of four-season gardening and
                            the geographic diversity of gardening in America. TV-G
          1:00/12:00 PM     The New Yankee Workshop C “The Pier Table” A pier table is a small table
                            that is meant to be located between two windows. Norm finds a beautiful
                            example of one at GKS Bush Antiques on Nantucket, MA. Norm builds a
                            copy and has it painted to match the original. TV-G (#1610)




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          1:30/12:30 PM     This Old House C Kevin O’Connor, host; Norm Abram, master carpenter;
                            Richard Trethewey, plumbing and heating expert; and Tom Silva, general
                            contractor, demystify the home improvement process and celebrate the
                            fusion of old-world craftsmanship and modern technology in this
                            long-running and popular home-improvement program. TV-G (#2326)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Ask This Old House C After a gust of wind blew the storm door off of
                            Dennis and Brenda Finn’s Wilmington, MA, home, Tom shows them how to
                            repair the damaged jamb and install a new storm door. Then, Roger helps
                            Kevin choose the right garden tools for his spring cleanup. TV-G (#226)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Hometime C “Urban Backyard (Part 1): Cleanup” Dean and Robin clean up
                            a yard after a two-story addition project, get rid of weeds, and prepare to
                            install a new fence. TV-G (#1701)
           3:00/2:00 PM     America’s Walking C “Anyone Can Walk Fast” Profiles Joanne Dow of
                            Manchester, NH, who decided in her late 20s that she could be a race-walker,
                            and looks at how race-walking is judged as an Olympic event. Also, the best
                            way to provide nutrition to an active body, how to select and use a heart-rate
                            monitor, and how to start a race-walking club in your community. TV-G
                            (#106)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Experience America C “Montana” Grizzly watching in Glacier National
                            Park, whitewater rafting, the arduous journey of Lewis and Clark up the
                            Missouri River, and unusual local recipes. TV-G (#112)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure C “Flat-Water Kayaking in Georgia”
                            The Altamaha River in southern Georgia is an ideal location for flat-water
                            kayaking. Running from freshwater forests through brackish swamps to the
                            barrier islands of the coast, this ecologically diverse watershed gives Brian a
                            fascinating look at a complex environment. TV-G (#814)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Raghorn News Outdoors From the publishers of Raghorn News Outdoors
                            Magazine comes the only outdoor TV show about Indiana. Each program
                            contains news, information, and tips on seasonal topics from the woods to the
                            water. TV-G (#247)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Wild Nevada “Ghost Town and Snow Storms” Chris and Dave visit some of
                            the ghost towns of central Nevada. They start in Beatty, tour the ruins of
                            nearby Rhyolite, take Highway 95 to the old mining town of Gold Point, and
                            continue on to scenic Goldfield. After spending the night in Tonopah, they
                            head north on Highway 376 to find the ghost town of Belmont—and a
                            high-desert snowstorm. TV-G (#102)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Flavors of America with Chef Jim Coleman C “US Culinary Olympic
                            Team” Every year Germany holds the international culinary Olympics.
                            America’s 2004 Culinary Olympic Team shares the techniques and creative
                            recipes that won them the right to represent the United States in this premiere
                            culinary competition. TV-G (#702)




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           6:00/5:00 PM     Mixed Media C K “KY Music Hall of Fame/Bruce McElya/Heidi Howe” A
                            look at this year’s Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inductees. Plus,
                            photographer Bruce McElya of Simpsonville shows off his images of the
                            Grand Canyon, and Heidi Howe performs songs from her new release Give a
                            Hootenanny—Twangy Tunes About Loving the Earth. A 2004 KET
                            production hosted by Mel Rexroat. TV-G (#622) V
           6:30/5:30 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “Portugal’s Heartland” Rick marches with pilgrims
                            on the anniversary of a miracle, samples university life, and rummages
                            through the riches of Portugal’s Golden Age. TV-G (#101)
           7:00/6:00 PM     Lost Liners C Examines the circumstances of two of the biggest shipwrecks
                            in maritime history: the sinkings of the Titanic in 1912 and the Empress of
                            Ireland, which went down off the Canadian coast in 1914. TV-G (#101)
           8:00/7:00 PM     History Detectives C “Fire Station/Face Artifact/Pop Lloyd’s Baseball
                            Field” Three New Jersey mysteries: Did President Ulysses S. Grant really
                            stop by the firehouse in Morristown on America’s Centennial Day? Could an
                            odd rock found in Mantoloking be an artifact left behind by Native
                            Americans? And why was a baseball field in Atlantic City named after an
                            African-American ballplayer in a time of intense racial tension? TV-G
                            (#101)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Oh Howard We Should Get One of Those”
                            Compo is intrigued when Ivy closes the cafe unusually early and goes off
                            with Nora. Truly offers him the benefit of his police training and with Clegg,
                            they trail the women. TV-G (#145)
           9:30/8:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Daddy’s encouragement of Onslow jeopardizes
                            Hyacinth’s social standing at a church function. TV-G (#105)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Waiting for God C When Tom has a night out at his regimental reunion,
                            Diana believes he has met with another woman. TV-G (#136)
          10:30/9:30 PM     As Time Goes By C Jean gets the whole gang to help out at an old-age party
                            at her church. TV-G (#153)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Jubilee C K “Sean Costello” Bluesman Costello, a distinctive singer, adept
                            bandleader, and incomparable guitarist, was recorded at the 2001 W.C.
                            Handy Blues Festival in Henderson. A KET production. TV-G (#705)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah, Part 1” At the Savannah International
                            Trade and Convention Center, discoveries include a brightly colored Andy
                            Warhol poster made for a film festival at Lincoln Center in 1967, a hand
                            woven cotton wedding dress circa 1786, and a charming folk art pastel of a
                            child with a dog, worth between $40,000 and $45,000. TV-G (#810)
         1:00/12:00 AM      National Geographic Specials C “Whales in Crisis” Travel from the arctic
                            to the Florida keys to meet a new generation of whale fanatics—men and
                            women dedicated to studying, saving, and preserving the world’s remaining
                            population of whales. In Antarctica, study the mysterious bowhead, which
                            could be the longest-living creature on earth, possibly surviving 200 years or
                            more. In Tonga, get close to humpbacks and examine the debate over the
                            resumption of whaling. And in the Florida keys, go inside a major stranding
                            operation and meet a baby pilot whale whose future is very much in doubt.
                            TV-PG (#2104)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Ireland” Although green is its emblematic color, Ireland’s
                            verdant fields are not the nation’s only extraordinary natural feature.
                            Sculpted millions of years ago by the advance and retreat of vast shields of
                            ice, the Emerald Isle harbors a wealth of wildlife among its craggy
                            mountains, fog-shrouded coastlines, steep gorges, and vast networks of
                            inland waterways. This program illustrates the modern-day legacy of
                            Ireland’s ice-bound past. TV-G (#2110)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Welcome to the Club: The Women of Rockabilly C Though they were
                            rocking and rolling long before Elvis, the pioneering women of the music
                            style called rockabilly are only now, 50 years later, getting the recognition
                            they deserve. TV-G
          5:00/4:00 AM      National Geographic Specials C “Whales in Crisis” Travel from the arctic
                            to the Florida keys to meet a new generation of whale fanatics—men and
                            women dedicated to studying, saving, and preserving the world’s remaining
                            population of whales. In Antarctica, study the mysterious bowhead, which
                            could be the longest-living creature on earth, possibly surviving 200 years or
                            more. In Tonga, get close to humpbacks and examine the debate over the
                            resumption of whaling. And in the Florida keys, go inside a major stranding
                            operation and meet a baby pilot whale whose future is very much in doubt.
                            TV-PG (#2104)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Smart Gardening C Sabrina LeBeauf visits Rob Lamothe, a man who’s
                            been caring for maple trees for more than three decades. Then, Dr.
                            VanDerZanden clears up the confusion over Latin nomenclature as she takes
                            us on a fun exploration of the binomial names for America’s favorite tree, the
                            maple. Asha Blaka visits with Josh Schneider, who travels the globe
                            searching for special plants that can grow well in North American gardens.
                            Plus, tips from Joe Giansante for growing a giant pumpkin, and Asha shares
                            ideas for ways to use pumpkins. TV-G (#101)




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          6:30/5:30 AM      Graham Kerr’s Gathering Place C “Mulligatawny Soup” Guided by his
                            wealth of culinary experience and infused with the flavors of meals served at
                            his gathering place, Graham Kerr invites audiences to experience the magic
                            and the blessings of fine, healthy, informal, and international food. TV-G
                            (#105)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Burt Wolf Travels and Traditions C “Geneva, Switzerland” Burt explains
                            the key role Geneva played in the Protestant Reformation, how it became the
                            watch-making center of the world, why it is the home of the United Nations,
                            and how the International Red Cross got started. He also takes a paddlewheel
                            boat ride to look at the lakeside homes of some of the wealthiest people in the
                            world and learns the rules for eating fondue. TV-G (#310)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Classical Stretch C Features a new method of stretching the entire body
                            gently and artistically—the first comprehensive, overall stretching program
                            created for public television. Miranda Esmonde-White takes viewers to many
                            scenic locations as she helps them create toner bodies. TV-G (#201)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Wai Lana Yoga Wai Lana demonstrates the beauty and health benefits of the
                            ancient art of yoga. TV-G (#513)
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C “Passing the GED Math Test” Advice on what to expect
                            from and how to prepare for the GED math test, including information on the
                            calculator used on the test. TV-G (#127)
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C “Number Sense” Explores the language of math and
                            how you can use logic and common sense to make number problems more
                            manageable. TV-G (#128)
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C “Problem Solving” A process for solving basic math
                            and word problems, either single- or multi-step. TV-G (#129)
         10:00/9:00 AM      To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1303)
         10:30/9:30 AM      The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2214)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4340)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street C Host Louis Rukeyser and his guests provide
                            the latest news in the world of business and finance. TV-None (#251)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Rick Steves’ Europe C “Munich and the Foothills of the Alps” Rick visits
                            boisterous markets and “go-for-Baroque” palaces, then heads into the
                            foothills of the German Alps. He takes a spin around a maypole, drops by
                            Oberammergau, tours the fairy-tale mountain castles of “Mad” King Ludwig,
                            and soars even higher in a glider over the Tyrol. TV-G (#213)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Great Getaways “Algoma Winter Trail Ride” The Algoma Central Railway
                            Inc. takes one-day rail excursions into the heart of the Canadian wilderness.
                            Relax in their comfortable coaches or have a meal in their full-service dining
                            cars during the breathtaking 114-mile journey through rugged landscapes,
                            majestic views, and pristine wilderness. TV-G (#203)


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          1:00/12:00 PM     Waiting for God C When Tom has a night out at his regimental reunion,
                            Diana believes he has met with another woman. TV-G (#136)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Oh Howard We Should Get One of Those”
                            Compo is intrigued when Ivy closes the cafe unusually early and goes off
                            with Nora. Truly offers him the benefit of his police training and with Clegg,
                            they trail the women. TV-G (#145)
           2:00/1:00 PM     As Time Goes By C Jean gets the whole gang to help out at an old-age party
                            at her church. TV-G (#153)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Daddy’s encouragement of Onslow jeopardizes
                            Hyacinth’s social standing at a church function. TV-G (#105)
           3:00/2:00 PM     MainStreet C K “Personal Passions” Louisville jewelry designer Bonnie
                            Blincoe, who makes glass beads by hand; Fishing for Smiles, a state
                            government program that lets children with disabilities go fishing;
                            community programs for kids at the Bardstown Road Youth Cultural Center
                            in Louisville; and Franklin County metal sculptor Jeff Underwood. A
                            production of WKYU-TV, Bowling Green. TV-G (#2109)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly C In-depth coverage of the top religion and
                            ethics stories of the week. Bob Abernethy hosts. TV-None (#731)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Real Science! C “Dig It” Archaeologists unearth secrets of the Alaska Gold
                            Rush buried beneath a forest. In the Hall of Gems and Minerals at the
                            Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, geologists show how they
                            analyze rock specimens. TV-G (#709)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Sports Science” The girls employ slapshot science to
                            reach their goal of finding the most powerful hockey stick, while the guys
                            grab their boots, poles, and swimsuits for an afternoon of ski jumping.
                            Engineers Mike Lowe and Brian Sidwell design kids’ bike helmets. TV-Y
                            (#302)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Zoboomafoo C “Hot and Cold” With a gila monster and a snow leopard both
                            visiting, the brothers turn part of Animal Junction into a hot climate and
                            another part into a cold one, then practice adapting to the different conditions.
                            TV-Y (#221)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Out of Sync” Hacker disrupts the Music of the Spheres,
                            which controls and protects the balance and harmony of the Mount Olympus
                            cybersite, and throws the site into utter chaos. The kids and Digit have until
                            sunset to make the sound of the music right by re-creating the melody and
                            finding the missing element in the pattern. TV-Y (#126)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Zoom C Zoomers try to keep a feather in the air for 20 seconds, kids share
                            where they would most like to travel, Rachel makes burrito bites, guest Sonia
                            talks about competitive swimming, and Kenny and Kaleigh make a
                            delta-wing flyer. TV-Y (#320)
           6:30/5:30 PM     In the Mix C “College: A Crash Course” Find out what college life is really
                            like, the best way to complete an application, how to pick the right school,
                            and how to sew up some financial aid. TV-PG (#408)


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           7:00/6:00 PM     American Family C “The Wedding” At Ofelia and Esteban’s wedding
                            reception at the Gonzalez home in East L.A., Conrado tells Jess that he’s
                            being sent to Iraq. Conrado bumps into Alicia, his old love, and remembers
                            when their romance began. The episode begins and ends with scenes from the
                            Mexican Revolution as Jess' grandmother Adela and her children run from
                            soldiers. TV-PG (#201)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On C This hour-long special
                            follows Elmo on a nostalgic journey through the Sesame Street that existed
                            before he was born. Flashback moments include Elmo's introduction to the
                            man behind the name of that famous store: Mr. Hooper; he's on hand for
                            Maria and Luis' wedding day and witnesses the birth of their daughter Gabi;
                            and he experiences Gordon and Susan's adoption of Miles. For parents who
                            were fans of the series, it's a trip down memory lane and for the current
                            generation of viewers, it's a look at some of the most memorable moments in
                            the history of the program. TV-Y (#4057)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 1)” George Eliot’s last, most
                            ambitious novel—which charts a love story set in Victorian high
                            society—takes a surprising turn into the hidden world of English Jews. Hugh
                            Dancy stars as Daniel Deronda, and Romala Garai is his soulmate,
                            Gwendolen Harleth. Though entranced with Daniel, Gwendolen is forced
                            into an oppressive marriage to Henleigh Grandcourt while Daniel finds a new
                            life through his friendship with singer Mirah Lapidoth. TV-PG (#3215)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Fiesta in the Sky C From the 1998 Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival, a
                            look at how hot-air balloons work and why this festival is the most popular
                            event in the ballooning world. TV-G
        11:00/10:00 PM      Globe Trekker C “Globe Shopper” Explore Sri Lanka’s largest gem market,
                            dig for gold in Ghana, meet silversmiths in Mexico, and dive for the famous
                            Black Pearl, the most coveted jewel in Tahiti. The hosts uncover treasures
                            from the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, buy Egyptian cotton in Cairo, enjoy the
                            street theater of Marrakech’s Djemna el Fna, and sniff out spices in
                            Ethiopia’s enormous outdoor market in Addis Ababa. TV-G (#216)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On C This hour-long special
                            follows Elmo on a nostalgic journey through the Sesame Street that existed
                            before he was born. Flashback moments include Elmo's introduction to the
                            man behind the name of that famous store: Mr. Hooper; he's on hand for
                            Maria and Luis' wedding day and witnesses the birth of their daughter Gabi;
                            and he experiences Gordon and Susan's adoption of Miles. For parents who
                            were fans of the series, it's a trip down memory lane and for the current
                            generation of viewers, it's a look at some of the most memorable moments in
                            the history of the program. TV-Y (#4057)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 1)” George Eliot’s last, most
                            ambitious novel—which charts a love story set in Victorian high
                            society—takes a surprising turn into the hidden world of English Jews. Hugh
                            Dancy stars as Daniel Deronda, and Romala Garai is his soulmate,
                            Gwendolen Harleth. Though entranced with Daniel, Gwendolen is forced
                            into an oppressive marriage to Henleigh Grandcourt while Daniel finds a new
                            life through his friendship with singer Mirah Lapidoth. TV-PG (#3215)
          2:30/1:30 AM      Fiesta in the Sky C From the 1998 Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival, a
                            look at how hot-air balloons work and why this festival is the most popular
                            event in the ballooning world. TV-G
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Humpback Whales” New findings about these endangered
                            “gentle giants,” their mysterious songs, and their not-so-gentle predatory
                            screams. TV-G (#1706)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 1)” George Eliot’s last, most
                            ambitious novel—which charts a love story set in Victorian high
                            society—takes a surprising turn into the hidden world of English Jews. Hugh
                            Dancy stars as Daniel Deronda, and Romala Garai is his soulmate,
                            Gwendolen Harleth. Though entranced with Daniel, Gwendolen is forced
                            into an oppressive marriage to Henleigh Grandcourt while Daniel finds a new
                            life through his friendship with singer Mirah Lapidoth. TV-PG (#3215)
          5:30/4:30 AM      Fiesta in the Sky C From the 1998 Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival, a
                            look at how hot-air balloons work and why this festival is the most popular
                            event in the ballooning world. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Lost Rock” A rock rolls out of a book and then
                            can’t remember which one it belongs in. TV-Y (#102)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Zoomers try to keep a feather in the air for 20 seconds, kids share
                            where they would most like to travel, Rachel makes burrito bites, guest Sonia
                            talks about competitive swimming, and Kenny and Kaleigh make a
                            delta-wing flyer. TV-Y (#320)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Alistair in Outer Space” A boy on the way to the
                            library to return some books is captured by two alien creatures called Goots
                            in Marilyn Sadler’s story, read by Arnold Stang. LeVar checks out books and
                            much more at the Library of Congress, and “Conan the Librarian” shows kids
                            how to get a library card. TV-Y (#307)


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          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1620)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Question Man uses a thesaurus to find synonyms, while Stephen
                            Colman illustrates the use of synonyms and antonyms in slam poetry.
                            Laverne helps a coworker figure out how much of her pay is taken out in
                            taxes, job seekers create dossiers to help in their job hunts, a Nashville
                            mechanic shares his experiences, and Michael Franti of Spearhead explains
                            how he writes songs. TV-G (#101)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Go to the Movies/Pet Show” The Bear Family tries to
                            take in a movie, but has a fun-filled adventure just making it to the theatre.
                            Also, Brother enters Gran's parrot in the pet show. TV-Y (#131)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “It’s a Happy Day!” Beth invents a new holiday called
                            Happy Day, a day when people work together to make one another’s wishes
                            come true. So everyone helps Whitney get her wish to play Three Little
                            Kittens and BJ get her wish to go fishing. The kids also learn how to tell if
                            someone is happy or sad. TV-Y (#717)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Best of The Joy of Painting “Nestled Cabin” From the archives of the
                            late Bob Ross, instruction in “wet-on-wet” technique to delight and
                            encourage the painting hobbyist. TV-G (#1832)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Frank Clarke’s Simply Painting: Beautiful Ireland in Watercolours
                            “Ballinahinch River Scene” Frank captures the Ballinahinch River, one of his
                            favorite locations, from the castle as it flows to the sea. TV-G (#106)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Sewing with Nancy C “Serge Ahead (Part 3)” After explaining the basics of
                            serging a cover stitch, Nancy outlines how to use it to simultaneously hem
                            and topstitch. She also shows how to use a decorative chain stitch on a scarf
                            and how to use both cover and chain stitches to simulate shadow work on
                            see-through fabric. TV-G (#1706)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting C “Free-Motion Thread Appliqué”
                            Marianne and Liz use water-soluble stabilizer, pretty thread, and a home
                            sewing machine to make appliqué motifs. Then machine quilting expert
                            Marilyn Badger demonstrates similar techniques using a professional
                            long-arm machine. TV-G (#206)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Poetry” Poet Sonia Sanchez reads from her work
                            and shows how to analyze a poem, U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky
                            introduces the “Favorite Poem Project,” and people talk about how poetry
                            can be a powerful means of expression. TV-G (#114) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Writing Test” Advice on how to
                            prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions. TV-G (#102) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Ciao Italia ... in Tuscany C “Zuppe Classiche Toscane/Classic Tuscan
                            Soups” After visiting the Mercato Centrale, a world-famous market in
                            Florence, Mary Ann creates two classic Tuscan soups: the hearty, chunky,
                            stick-to-your-ribs pappa al pomodoro (tomato pap) and the smooth and
                            creamy passato di peperoni gialli (Cibreo’s yellow pepper soup). TV-G
                            (#1306)



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          1:30/12:30 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Guest Chef #1: Bob Hurley” Bob Hurley of
                            Hurley’s Restaurant & Bar demonstrates three menu items: butternut squash
                            and pear soup; a delightful Portuguese one-pot dish, cataplana of mussels
                            and smoked Andouille sausage; and roasted pork loin with a sweet potato
                            flan, accompanied by wilted Brussels sprouts with an apple, prune, and
                            armagnac sauce. TV-G (#106)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Anything I Can Do “On Our Chest Behavior” A blanket box made of pine
                            and cedar. TV-G (#106)
           2:30/1:30 PM     For Your Home C “Metal, Wood, and Glass” Learn how to use the new
                            wood-replacement materials to give your deck a new look. Get professional
                            advice on decorating with wood and metal furniture. Then learn to etch glass.
                            TV-G (#1506)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C “Number Sense” Explores the language of math and
                            how you can use logic and common sense to make number problems more
                            manageable. TV-G (#128)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Prose Literature: Finding the Main Idea” Identifying
                            words or phrases that summarize the main idea in fiction passages;
                            paraphrasing complex ideas; recognizing literary devices; analyzing
                            ambiguous language and drawing conclusions. While waiting in line to buy
                            roach traps for Rhonda’s apartment, Candy tells her the story of Kafka’s
                            Metamorphosis—prompting a strange dream later that night. Darrell decides
                            he wants to become a great writer and consults Mr. John on how to go about
                            it. TV-G (#114) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Designer’s Landscape with Gary Alan C “Toledo Residence II” Graduate
                            horticulturist Gary Alan offers a new look at landscape design and
                            installation. TV-G (#708)
           4:30/3:30 PM     The Grand View “Yosemite National Park” Baumann guides his audience to
                            Vernal Falls to experience Mist Trail and the roar of the winter thaw. During
                            his trek, he meets climber Steve Schneider as they take the audience up the
                            sheer granite walls of the Valley. Also, Julia Parker, renowned basket
                            weaver, shares the stories of her life in the valley and the philosophy of her
                            art, and Sue Fritzke, valley botanist, explains the history of the valley and the
                            delicate ecology of the region. Baumann concludes the show by committing
                            Vernal falls to canvas. TV-G (#106)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Great Cars “Mercedes-Benz” In the early 1950s, Mercedes-Benz created the
                            300SL as a way of recapturing its pre-war racing glory. A New York
                            businessman convinced Mercedes-Benz to make a street version of the SL
                            racer, backing up his request with 1,000 orders for this radically styled
                            Gullwing car. Eventually, the more conventional convertible roadster
                            replaced the Gullwing. Regardless of the design, he Mercedes-Benz SL
                            series will always remain a striking interpretation of a sports car. TV-G
                            (#106)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Tracks Ahead C “The Chicago El” Excitement and history of railroading.
                            TV-G (#106)


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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Sybil Ludington” When a teenage girl makes her own
                            courageous “midnight ride” to help the rebel cause, James learns that all
                            kinds of people can be heroes. Sarah grows concerned for her friend Benedict
                            Arnold as she watches him battle for respect from Congress and grow
                            increasingly frustrated. TV-Y7 (#121)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “A Day at the Spa” Hacker finds the Krystal of Kalmoor, the
                            powerful orb that will give him eternal power and let him roam cyberspace,
                            creating havoc without ever having to recharge his power. When the kids and
                            Digit arrive to retrieve the Krystal, they are stymied by a series of switches,
                            levers, and buttons. Faced with the challenge of too many choices, the kids
                            discover the value of lists, tables, and tree diagrams. TV-Y (#111)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Louisville Health C K “Special Diets and Supplements” Dr. Wayne
                            Tuckson invites three dietitians specializing in the dietary needs of diabetics,
                            renal patients, and other special cases to discuss which foods are appropriate
                            and which should be avoided. A production of the University of Louisville.
                            TV-None (#425)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 2)” Back at the Savannah
                            International Trade and Convention Center, appraisers are impressed with
                            arrivals that include an Alabama Indestructible Doll patented by
                            Alabama-native Ella Smith in 1912, an eight-gallon alkaline pottery jug used
                            for grand celebrations circa 1839, and a museum-quality quilt, handcrafted
                            by African-American slaves and valued at $40,000 to $60,000. TV-G (#811)
           9:00/8:00 PM     American Experience C “Meltdown at Three Mile Island” Traces the events
                            and tension surrounding a near-catastrophe in the nuclear power plant near
                            Harrisburg, PA on March 28, 1979. TV-PG-L (#1106)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Tesla: Master of Lightning C The story of the scientist, inventor, and
                            visionary, his enormous impact on the 20th century, and his intense rivalries
                            with Edison and Marconi—who are often credited with many of Tesla’s
                            accomplishments. TV-PG
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10671)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#166)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#165)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 2)” Back at the Savannah
                            International Trade and Convention Center, appraisers are impressed with
                            arrivals that include an Alabama Indestructible Doll patented by
                            Alabama-native Ella Smith in 1912, an eight-gallon alkaline pottery jug used
                            for grand celebrations circa 1839, and a museum-quality quilt, handcrafted
                            by African-American slaves and valued at $40,000 to $60,000. TV-G (#811)
          2:00/1:00 AM      American Experience C “Meltdown at Three Mile Island” Traces the events
                            and tension surrounding a near-catastrophe in the nuclear power plant near
                            Harrisburg, PA on March 28, 1979. TV-PG-L (#1106)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 2)” Back at the Savannah
                            International Trade and Convention Center, appraisers are impressed with
                            arrivals that include an Alabama Indestructible Doll patented by
                            Alabama-native Ella Smith in 1912, an eight-gallon alkaline pottery jug used
                            for grand celebrations circa 1839, and a museum-quality quilt, handcrafted
                            by African-American slaves and valued at $40,000 to $60,000. TV-G (#811)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Tesla: Master of Lightning C The story of the scientist, inventor, and
                            visionary, his enormous impact on the 20th century, and his intense rivalries
                            with Edison and Marconi—who are often credited with many of Tesla’s
                            accomplishments. TV-PG
          5:30/4:30 AM      Power Shift: Energy + Sustainability C A magazine-style documentary that
                            explores the relationship between energy and sustainability. In
                            “Connections,” viewers discover links among issues such as renewable
                            energy, energy security, and climate change. “Cradle to Cradle” profiles
                            architect William McDonough and his innovative green building designs.
                            “Energy Path” answers the questions, “When I turn on the light in my room,
                            where does the electricity come from, and how does it reach me?” “Be the
                            Difference” encourages personal actions with steps that individuals can take
                            to create a sustainable future. Cameron Diaz hosts and narrates. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “To the Ship! To the Ship!” Lionel and Walter Pigeon
                            think that all pirates were men, so they won’t let Leona and Clay Pigeon join
                            their pirate game. TV-Y (#111)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Kids describe the proudest moments of their lives, Caroline makes
                            pizza with a face, and a young Canadian guest named Nikhie plays the piano.
                            The Zoomers set out to make a Rube Goldberg machine that will pour milk
                            into a glass and stage a “standing pretzel relay race.” TV-Y (#321)


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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “And Still the Turtle Watched” Sheila
                            MacGill-Callahan’s retelling of a Native American tale explores humans’
                            responsibility to nature and the environment, inspiring LeVar to seek out
                            various children and adults who are working together to preserve and protect
                            the Earth. TV-Y (#1004)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1621)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Names for the Same Number” The relationships between
                            common fractions, decimals, and percents and how to convert among them;
                            figuring discounts. TV-G (#107) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Car Trip/Pick Up and Put Away” The cubs
                            discover there’s more fun and adventure on a trip to Bear Country’s National
                            Parks than any amusement park could ever offer. And brother learns the
                            value of finding places for everything and putting everything in its proper
                            place when his cluttered room gets in the way of a Bear Scouts project. TV-Y
                            (#132)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “My Family and Me” Barney invites the kids to a
                            picnic in the park and asks them to bring along family treasures to share.
                            Then after some reading practice, everyone draws pictures of their families.
                            TV-Y (#718)
         10:00/9:00 AM      America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated C “Everybody Loves
                            Lemon” Prepare a lemon cheesecake. Plus, tests of springform pans and
                            bottled lemon juice. TV-G (#406)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Master Class at Johnson & Wales C “Roasting Whole Cuts of Meat” Get
                            armed for your next dinner party—it’s a class in roasting large cuts of meat
                            and poultry with tips on how to get a succulent interior and a beautifully
                            browned outside. Award-winning chef Michael Lomonaco is a special guest.
                            TV-G (#206)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Hometime C “Log Cabin Weekend Projects” Dean Johnson and Robin Hartl
                            update a lower level recreation room with new entertainment cabinetry and
                            lighting. (Part 1 of 2) TV-G (#1807)
        11:30/10:30 AM      P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home C “Simple Garden Home Ideas”
                            Well-placed plantings can create beautiful screens from nearby distractions,
                            fashioning intimate and private outdoor spaces even in suburban settings.
                            TV-G (#206)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Prose Literature: Finding the Main Idea” Identifying
                            words or phrases that summarize the main idea in fiction passages;
                            paraphrasing complex ideas; recognizing literary devices; analyzing
                            ambiguous language and drawing conclusions. While waiting in line to buy
                            roach traps for Rhonda’s apartment, Candy tells her the story of Kafka’s
                            Metamorphosis—prompting a strange dream later that night. Darrell decides
                            he wants to become a great writer and consults Mr. John on how to go about
                            it. TV-G (#114) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Planning To Work” Emphasizes career
                            planning and the role of work in people’s lives. TV-G (#101) V

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          1:00/12:00 PM     Kaye’s Quilting Friends C “Crossroads” Kaye’s technique turns folded
                            strips into floral diamonds, which form a crossroad in the center of this
                            on-point wall hanging. Cynthia Scott shows how to use embroidery on a
                            sewing machine for a new touch to all types of projects. TV-G (#1606)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting with Shar C “Peak of Innocence” Shar’s oldest granddaughter,
                            Brittany, uses cut-and-flip techniques to create a Peak of Innocence quilt,
                            table runner, and placemat. TV-G (#206)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Glass with Vicki Payne C “My First Project (Part 1)” Vicki offers
                            step-by-step instructions and tips for a beginner’s first stained glass project,
                            covering studio safety, tools, pattern preparation, and glass-cutting
                            techniques. TV-G (#706)
           2:30/1:30 PM     The Router Workshop C “Executive Desk (Part 2)” Beautiful cherry veneer
                            with a core fiber-board made from straw is the chosen material for this
                            executive office desk. A butterfly bit and the router make facing the material
                            with solid cherry a breeze for an uncluttered elegantly styled desk. Learn the
                            router tips and techniques for building an office desk with file drawers and an
                            impressive top surface. (Part 2 of 3) TV-G (#1206)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Many Kinds of Numbers” Introduction to common
                            fractions, decimal fractions, and negative numbers. TV-G (#106) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Review of upper- and lowercase letters; multi-syllable
                            words; oi words; terminal y; school signs. TV-G (#125) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     The Desert Speaks C “A 21st-Century Desert Museum” For more than 50
                            years, the acclaimed Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum has played a leading
                            role in the environment through its research and educational efforts. TV-G
                            (#1106)
           4:30/3:30 PM     World of Wildlife C “Tropical” A band of rainforest girds the Earth,
                            providing a rich environment for a host of creatures—and for people who
                            know how to use the riches of the jungle without harming it. TV-G (#306)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Weekend Explorer C “Hong Kong, City of Life” In China’s most
                            cosmopolitan city, Jeffrey has a suit tailor-made and then hits the popular Lan
                            Kwai Fong district for some dancing. Heading out of town, he stops by a
                            quaint fishing village before hiking through lush jungle to see a gigantic
                            bronze Buddha perched on a mountain top. He also visits the bird market to
                            learn about Hong Kong’s most popular pet. TV-G (#206)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Lakes Ports o’ Call C “Lexington” Feel the local friendly charm, go
                            underwater and see pictures of Lake Huron's best known shipwrecks, enjoy
                            the comfort of bed and breakfasts, visit restored historical buildings, and go
                            fishing on Lake Huron. TV-G (#506)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Lafayette Arrives” Henri meets the Marquis de Lafayette,
                            a Frenchman who has disobeyed his king to come to America and fight with
                            the rebels, and instantly imagines himself as Lafayette’s surrogate son. James
                            and Sarah follow the Marquis from Congress to the battlefield at
                            Brandywine, where they are impressed by his military skill. TV-Y7 (#122)



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           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “The Wedding Scammer” Hacker agrees to marry the Wicked
                            Witch—on live TV in front of all of cyberspace—because she has convinced
                            him that she is really the long-lost daughter of a powerful king. Can the kids
                            think their way through an intricate series of puzzles to free the real daughter
                            before Hacker and Wicked say “I do”? Al Roker guest stars as reporter Sam
                            Vander Rom. TV-Y (#211)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Tony Brown’s Journal Incorporates hard-hitting public affairs
                            documentaries with interviews of special interest to the African-American
                            community. TV-None
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nova C “Ancient Creature of the Deep” The most famous “living fossil” is
                            the coelacanth (see-la-kanth), a huge primitive fish once thought to have died
                            out before the dinosaurs but rediscovered in 1938. Researchers have recently
                            located new colonies of the ancient fish, raising hopes for its continuing
                            survival. TV-G (#3003)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Innovation C “Crash Site Secrets” This program examines technological
                            advances in aircraft design and safety that have been introduced as a direct
                            result of catastrophic crashes. TV-PG (#905)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Independent Lens C “Every Child Is a Born Poet” In his life and his work,
                            acclaimed Afro-Cuban-Puerto Rican poet Piri Thomas has used creative
                            expression as a means to confront and overcome poverty, racism, violence,
                            and isolation. Author of the acclaimed autobiographical novel Down These
                            Mean Streets, Thomas, through poetry, stories, and performances, chronicles
                            his journey from Spanish Harlem to prison to life as an author, educator, and
                            activist. TV-14-L (#519)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10672)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#167)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#166)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Nova C “Ancient Creature of the Deep” The most famous “living fossil” is
                            the coelacanth (see-la-kanth), a huge primitive fish once thought to have died
                            out before the dinosaurs but rediscovered in 1938. Researchers have recently
                            located new colonies of the ancient fish, raising hopes for its continuing
                            survival. TV-G (#3003)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Innovation C “Crash Site Secrets” This program examines technological
                            advances in aircraft design and safety that have been introduced as a direct
                            result of catastrophic crashes. TV-PG (#905)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nova C “Ancient Creature of the Deep” The most famous “living fossil” is
                            the coelacanth (see-la-kanth), a huge primitive fish once thought to have died
                            out before the dinosaurs but rediscovered in 1938. Researchers have recently
                            located new colonies of the ancient fish, raising hopes for its continuing
                            survival. TV-G (#3003)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Independent Lens C “Every Child Is a Born Poet” In his life and his work,
                            acclaimed Afro-Cuban-Puerto Rican poet Piri Thomas has used creative
                            expression as a means to confront and overcome poverty, racism, violence,
                            and isolation. Author of the acclaimed autobiographical novel Down These
                            Mean Streets, Thomas, through poetry, stories, and performances, chronicles
                            his journey from Spanish Harlem to prison to life as an author, educator, and
                            activist. TV-14-L (#519)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Innovation C “Crash Site Secrets” This program examines technological
                            advances in aircraft design and safety that have been introduced as a direct
                            result of catastrophic crashes. TV-PG (#905)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Red Hat, Green Hat” Leona’s new hat stirs up trouble
                            in the library. TV-Y (#122)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Zoomers play the Scoop Game, put on a puppet show using puppets
                            made by Kenny, and take on a challenge to defy gravity. Kids list the most
                            important things they’ve learned, and special guest Christine shows
                            marionettes she has collected or made herself. Kaleigh makes apples filled
                            with peanut butter, marshmallows, and chocolate chips. TV-Y (#323)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Stellaluna” Anne Jackson narrates Janell Cannon’s
                            charming story about a baby bat who is separated from her mother and raised
                            by a family of birds. When he goes exploring in the world of bats and other
                            nighttime creatures, LeVar discovers that the nocturnal world is not just
                            about silence and dreams. TV-Y (#1103)

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          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1617)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Members of the Dallas Cowboys use football to illustrate examples
                            of decimals and percentages; Agent Know How shows how to get a library
                            card; poet Jimmy Santiago Baca tells how he discovered the power of
                            language while serving time in prison, then leads a writing seminar; and
                            Question Man explains when to use apostrophes. TV-G (#102)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Hug & Make Up/Big Road Race” Brother and Sister
                            take each other's feelings into account while preparing routines for a
                            backyard circus. And Brother and his friends cooperate to build and race a go
                            cart. TV-Y (#133)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Splish! Splash!” On a hot day in the park, Barney
                            teaches the kids about the importance of water to both humans and plants.
                            They water the plants, make lemonade, learn the right way to brush their
                            teeth, and then imagine a pool to go swimming in. TV-Y (#719)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Art of Bill Alexander “Willow Lake” Robert Warren demonstrates the
                            subtle use of color and perspective in this scene reminiscent of an earlier time
                            in the old South. TV-G (#606)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Scheewe Art Workshop Host Susan Scheewe introduces the beautiful art of
                            watercolor and acrylic painting, using a variety of techniques and mediums.
                            Her easy-to-follow style encourages creativity for artists at all levels. TV-G
                            (#840)
        11:00/10:00 AM      America Sews with Sue Hausmann C “Seats for Your Feet” Guest Jennette
                            Wilch shows how to make, and embellish, a hassock, footstool, ottoman, or
                            cube. Quick project: A twist in a stitch. TV-G (#1706)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray C Knitting a sweater using a knitting
                            machine, crochet stitches to vary the finished sizes of squares, band 7 of the
                            needlepoint sampler, and a fascinating bit of needlecrafting history from Jean
                            Hutchins. TV-G (#705)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Drama” Explores the elements of drama through a
                            play written by an adult learner and goes behind the scenes to see how the
                            written word is translated to the stage. TV-G (#115) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “The GED Essay” GED graduates describe test day and
                            provide tips on writing the GED essay. TV-G (#110)
          1:00/12:00 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Spring Luncheon” Guest chef Todd
                            Humphries of the Martini House whips up two dishes from available fresh
                            ingredients: a light and refreshing tuna tartare appetizer made with ahi,
                            apples, radishes, and capers in a tarragon mustard vinaigrette, and an elegant
                            Dungeness crab and asparagus crêpe topped with hollandaise sauce. TV-G
                            (#119)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Lucy’s Classic Cajun Culture and Cooking C “Quail with Wild Rice” Lucy
                            and her granddaughter visit a covey of quail at Delton Smith’s home in
                            Monroe, LA. Recipes: sauced quail with wild rice, carrot soufflé, romaine
                            with tomato French dressing, and cherry pie. TV-G (#706)


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           2:00/1:00 PM     The Woodwright’s Shop C “Roundabout Chair” Make a turned corner chair
                            on the treadle lathe with its rush seat and built-up back. TV-G (#2306)
           2:30/1:30 PM     American Woodshop C “Dovetails” Before nails and pegs, fine furniture
                            makers used dovetailing to create drawers, containers, and other furniture
                            joints. In this episode, Scott and his guests create dovetailed keepsake boxes
                            using a variety of jigs to demonstrate this time-tested technique. As well,
                            woodcarver Wayne Barton works with simple tools for a look at how
                            woodworking was done before the age of the power tool. TV-G (#1206)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C “Problem Solving” A process for solving basic math
                            and word problems, either single- or multi-step. TV-G (#129)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Prose Literature: Making Inferences” Inferring the
                            meanings of words used in literary devices; predicting implied outcomes;
                            applying the ideas within a fictional world to real-life experience. Darrell
                            plans to write about black people using street slang, but Martin argues that
                            people need to learn to “talk right” to get ahead. Not sure how she feels about
                            the debate, Gloria reads an article that says they’re both right, depending on
                            the circumstances. Upset by a comment from Bobby about the uselessness of
                            books, Rhonda checks one out of the library just for him—and helps him land
                            the biggest construction job he’s ever had. TV-G (#115) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     MotorWeek C “Ram SRT-10” Road tests of the 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10
                            high-performance pickup and the 2004.5 Volvo S40 sedan. TV-G (#2331)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Cabin Country C “Fog-Bound Mallards” Outfitter Paul Sullivan’s Maximus
                            hunting blinds and land development techniques keep him covered up in
                            ducks, and his decoy modification is second to none. TV-PG (#1205)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “Dublin and Mystical Side Trips” Dublin’s story is
                            of feast and famine—from its 18th-century Golden Age to its 20th-century
                            struggles for independence to its boomtime today. Rick explores a
                            foreboding castle, a patriotic jail, and Trinity College with its Book of
                            Kells—a bright light in the Dark Ages. At night, he parties in Temple Bar,
                            awash with Celtic music and frothy pints of Guinness. Side trips include the
                            prehistoric necropolis of Newgrange and the medieval monastery at
                            Glendalough, tucked in the scenic Wicklow Mountains. TV-G (#208)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Smart Travels—Europe with Rudy Maxa C “Hill Towns of Tuscany and
                            Umbria” Dramatic Siena is the base for exploring castles, vineyards, and
                            walled cities of Tuscany and Umbria. TV-G (#106)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “The Hessians Are Coming” James witnesses the American
                            victory at Saratoga from a unique point of view when he spends it lashed to a
                            Hessian soldier. Sarah sees Benedict Arnold’s heroics at the battle—and his
                            anger at not receiving proper recognition afterward. TV-Y7 (#123)




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           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Less Than Zero” The Leaders of Cyberspace gather to talk
                            about what to do about Hacker, who turns the tables on them by hiding them
                            within the building. The kids discover that the only way to move between
                            floors is to scale the building’s outside walls, so they turn the building into a
                            giant ruler to keep track of the floors. To deal with the floors below ground,
                            they have to tap into the power of negative numbers. TV-Y (#121)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Uncommon Knowledge A weekly public affairs program that features the
                            foremost authorities from business, academe, and public-interest
                            organizations. TV-None (#831)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Secrets of the Dead C “Science of the Shroud” This episode reveals the new
                            forensic evidence that indicates Christianity’s most treasured existing relic,
                            the Shroud of Turin, is indeed old, dating from the time of Christ. The
                            program documents fabric experts’ work, revisits the forensic science
                            community’s many attempts to accurately date the shroud, and follows
                            bacteriologists’ quest to prove scientifically once and for all how the relic
                            came to exist. TV-PG (#403)
           9:00/8:00 PM     My Journey Home C Traverses the landscape of cultural identity, following
                            new American voices—writer Faith Adiele, journalist Andrew Lam, and
                            brothers Armando and Carlos Peña—as they travel to their ancestral
                            homelands. Their deeply personal, revealing biographies are by turns
                            thought-provoking, humorous, and emotionally devastating. The program
                            probes America’s diversity through Adiele, Lam, and the Peñas’ histories of
                            buried pasts, mixed heritages, missing fathers, and broken dreams. TV-PG
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10673)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#168)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#167)
         1:00/12:00 AM      My Journey Home C Traverses the landscape of cultural identity, following
                            new American voices—writer Faith Adiele, journalist Andrew Lam, and
                            brothers Armando and Carlos Peña—as they travel to their ancestral
                            homelands. Their deeply personal, revealing biographies are by turns
                            thought-provoking, humorous, and emotionally devastating. The program
                            probes America’s diversity through Adiele, Lam, and the Peñas’ histories of
                            buried pasts, mixed heritages, missing fathers, and broken dreams. TV-PG
          3:00/2:00 AM      Secrets of the Dead C “Science of the Shroud” This episode reveals the new
                            forensic evidence that indicates Christianity’s most treasured existing relic,
                            the Shroud of Turin, is indeed old, dating from the time of Christ. The
                            program documents fabric experts’ work, revisits the forensic science
                            community’s many attempts to accurately date the shroud, and follows
                            bacteriologists’ quest to prove scientifically once and for all how the relic
                            came to exist. TV-PG (#403)
          4:00/3:00 AM      My Journey Home C Traverses the landscape of cultural identity, following
                            new American voices—writer Faith Adiele, journalist Andrew Lam, and
                            brothers Armando and Carlos Peña—as they travel to their ancestral
                            homelands. Their deeply personal, revealing biographies are by turns
                            thought-provoking, humorous, and emotionally devastating. The program
                            probes America’s diversity through Adiele, Lam, and the Peñas’ histories of
                            buried pasts, mixed heritages, missing fathers, and broken dreams. TV-PG
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Zoop! Zoop!” With the help of her mother and a
                            ukulele, Leona faces her fear of a scary but fictional giant. (Text: folktale;
                            key word: zoop; target vowel: oo.) TV-Y (#205)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C The Zoomers play volleyball using a toothbrush and a balloon and
                            meet Ashley, a young runner who doesn’t let cerebral palsy keep her from
                            competing in the Special Olympics. Kaleigh and Buzz show how to make
                            different types of bubbles, and Kenny cooks up Ants on a Log. A
                            three-legged balloon race brings the show to a close. TV-Y (#324)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “The Life Cycle of the Honeybee” Barbara Feldon
                            narrates Paula Hogan’s picture book about the lives of bees, the organization
                            of the hive, and the importance of the queen bee. After making sure to don
                            sting-proof clothing, LeVar visits a beekeeper to learn how bees make honey
                            and help pollinate flowers and crops. TV-Y (#406)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1623)


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          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “How Much?” The base-10 system; working with decimal
                            fractions less than 1; computing sales tax; weight, capacity, and volume;
                            different ways of expressing the same amount or quantity. TV-G (#108) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Gotta Dance/The Bad Dream” Mama teaches Brother
                            to dance when Papa is too busy to practice. Also, Sister and Brother learn that
                            it's important to talk to someone about things you find scary because it makes
                            you feel better. TV-Y (#134)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “BJ’s Really Cool House” BJ is building a house and
                            wants to do it all by himself. So the kids and Baby Bop spend the time
                            learning about all the different kinds of houses and rooms. They put on a play
                            with Mother Goose rhymes showcasing different kinds of houses, including
                            the pumpkin shell and the shoe. TV-Y (#720)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen C “Something Old, Something New”
                            Lidia prepares soft polenta as an alternative side dish to go with classic short
                            ribs, along with rice and spring pea soup, and beef short ribs braised in red
                            wine. TV-G (#702)
         10:30/9:30 AM      A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.—Louisiana Cooking
                            with a Change of Heart C “Luke Lupari’s Shrimp Salad” Frank Russo of
                            Morgan City prepares Luke Lupari’s shrimp salad. Using the same basic
                            recipe, Chef Folse creates a healthier version with low-sodium and low-fat
                            ingredients. TV-G (#1014)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Healthy Body, Healthy Mind “Going to the Hospital” An important part of
                            de-mystifying a hospital stay is understanding how the building itself is
                            constructed. Some newer hospitals are being designed with patients in mind
                            from the beginning, with waiting rooms, nurses stations, and other features
                            that are more patient- and family-friendly. TV-G (#109)
        11:30/10:30 AM      The Doctor Is In “ALS: Lou Gehrig’s Disease” The program introduces
                            three people with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), or Lou Gehrig’s
                            Disease, and includes a family care provider who talks about the challenges
                            one faces in that role. TV-G (#1006)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Prose Literature: Making Inferences” Inferring the
                            meanings of words used in literary devices; predicting implied outcomes;
                            applying the ideas within a fictional world to real-life experience. Darrell
                            plans to write about black people using street slang, but Martin argues that
                            people need to learn to “talk right” to get ahead. Not sure how she feels about
                            the debate, Gloria reads an article that says they’re both right, depending on
                            the circumstances. Upset by a comment from Bobby about the uselessness of
                            books, Rhonda checks one out of the library just for him—and helps him land
                            the biggest construction job he’s ever had. TV-G (#115) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Matching Skills and Jobs” Tools to help
                            you assess your own skills and then find a job that fits. TV-G (#102) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Quilt Central C “Totes and Purses” A personalized tote bag embellished
                            with appliqué, handmade books, purses made from fun fabrics and beautiful
                            beads, and a beginner’s guide to machine-stitching a quilt. TV-G (#406)


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          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting from the Heartland C “Bear Patch” A young quilter shares sewing
                            tips and techniques while creating a child’s variation on the traditional Bear
                            Paw. Chain-piecing squares and half-squares makes the blocks go together
                            quickly. TV-G (#1103)
           2:00/1:00 PM     More Than Memories C “Genealogy” Advice on researching your family
                            tree and sharing the results with creative scrapbook pages, including colorful
                            uses for chalk and techniques for going “back in time.” TV-G (#806)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Scrapbook Memories C Julie shares journaling techniques, Beth looks for
                            organizing tools that would make great gifts for scrapbookers, and Michele
                            answers questions about tearing paper. TV-G (#306)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Names for the Same Number” The relationships between
                            common fractions, decimals, and percents and how to convert among them;
                            figuring discounts. TV-G (#107) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Review of consonant slides; reading phrases; writing
                            tall tales and letters; sight words live and lives. TV-G (#126) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Sid Webb’s Digital Studio C “The Digital Darkroom—Using Digital
                            Cameras” Sid discusses the pros and cons of using a digital camera and
                            demonstrates how to correct a photograph taken by a digital camera under
                            poor lighting conditions. By using the digital darkroom in combination with
                            the digital canvas, he converts an inferior photograph into a beautiful portrait.
                            TV-G (#103)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Hands On: Crafts for Kids C “Japanese Empire 300 AD to 1800 AD”
                            Creating bunraku (a type of Japanese puppet theater), a pagoda frame, a
                            bonsai tree, tea lights, and a sand garden. TV-G (#606)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Planet Earth” Los Angeles rafters learn to read and ride
                            the whitewater as they shoot down American River, exploring the ecology,
                            geology, and splashy thrills of the infamous rapids known as Satan’s
                            Cesspool. Plus, how can you prove that the Earth actually rotates around the
                            sun? TV-Y (#306)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Real Science! C “Product Design” At the Microsoft Corporation, a teen
                            reporter gets a look at how remote controls are designed, developed, and
                            tested. Then it’s over to the Clorox Company to see how industrial
                            mineralogists develop kitty litter to satisfy their most finicky clientele—the
                            cats! TV-G (#713)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Valley Forge” When General Washington and his men
                            endure a terrible winter at Valley Forge, James and Sarah see the hardships
                            suffered by common foot soldiers. Lafayette helps foil a plot to overthrow
                            Washington as commander. TV-Y7 (#124)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “The Guilty Party” The game is afoot when Hacker returns to
                            Poddleville with a peace offering: a magnificent statue of the mayor. But has
                            someone stolen the key to Hacker’s recharger chair? Like Sherlock Holmes
                            and Watson, the kids and Digit set out to sleuth out what’s really going
                            on—and the more they investigate, the deeper the mystery gets. TV-Y (#212)



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           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Kentucky Time Capsule C K “A Time Remembered” A look back at
                            Louisville’s early history, from the first settlement on Corn Island in 1778 to
                            the end of the 19th century. By the mid-1800s, Louisville had become one of
                            the most important cities in the country. At the end of the century, the
                            steamboat era came to an end, and the city’s economy made the transition to
                            railroad transportation. A KET production. TV-G (#108)
           8:00/7:00 PM     The New This Old House Hour C New host Kevin O’Connor goes to
                            Concord, MA, where homeowners Jeff and Janet Bernard want to convert a
                            small garden shed built in 1894 into an in-law cottage. Because of local
                            zoning laws, the shed can’t be torn down and rebuilt, so it will be reframed
                            from the inside out. Tom and Kevin discuss different types of deadbolts and
                            demonstrate how to install one on a solid wood door, Roger helps a
                            homeowner trim his hedges, and Richard and Kevin fix a heating system that
                            can’t provide enough hot water to fill a bathtub. TV-G (#201)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Frontline C “Diet Wars” From Atkins to Ornish and Weight Watchers to the
                            Zone, today’s dieters have a dizzying array of weight loss programs from
                            which to choose—yet the underlying principles of these diets are often
                            contradictory. Is low fat better than low carb? Is Atkins the answer? And has
                            the USDA Food Pyramid done more harm than good? TV-None (#2211)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Journey to Planet Earth C “On the Brink” Investigates a growing but
                            seldom talked-about national security threat throughout the world: how
                            environmental pressures can lead to terrorism and regional conflict. This
                            episode was filmed in the politically unstable areas of Haiti, South Africa,
                            Bangladesh, India, and Peru and along the United States/Mexico border. Matt
                            Damon hosts. TV-PG (#201)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10674)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#169)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#168)
         1:00/12:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C New host Kevin O’Connor goes to
                            Concord, MA, where homeowners Jeff and Janet Bernard want to convert a
                            small garden shed built in 1894 into an in-law cottage. Because of local
                            zoning laws, the shed can’t be torn down and rebuilt, so it will be reframed
                            from the inside out. Tom and Kevin discuss different types of deadbolts and
                            demonstrate how to install one on a solid wood door, Roger helps a
                            homeowner trim his hedges, and Richard and Kevin fix a heating system that
                            can’t provide enough hot water to fill a bathtub. TV-G (#201)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Frontline C “Diet Wars” From Atkins to Ornish and Weight Watchers to the
                            Zone, today’s dieters have a dizzying array of weight loss programs from
                            which to choose—yet the underlying principles of these diets are often
                            contradictory. Is low fat better than low carb? Is Atkins the answer? And has
                            the USDA Food Pyramid done more harm than good? TV-None (#2211)
          3:00/2:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C New host Kevin O’Connor goes to
                            Concord, MA, where homeowners Jeff and Janet Bernard want to convert a
                            small garden shed built in 1894 into an in-law cottage. Because of local
                            zoning laws, the shed can’t be torn down and rebuilt, so it will be reframed
                            from the inside out. Tom and Kevin discuss different types of deadbolts and
                            demonstrate how to install one on a solid wood door, Roger helps a
                            homeowner trim his hedges, and Richard and Kevin fix a heating system that
                            can’t provide enough hot water to fill a bathtub. TV-G (#201)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Frontline C “Diet Wars” From Atkins to Ornish and Weight Watchers to the
                            Zone, today’s dieters have a dizzying array of weight loss programs from
                            which to choose—yet the underlying principles of these diets are often
                            contradictory. Is low fat better than low carb? Is Atkins the answer? And has
                            the USDA Food Pyramid done more harm than good? TV-None (#2211)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “On the Brink” Investigates a growing but
                            seldom talked-about national security threat throughout the world: how
                            environmental pressures can lead to terrorism and regional conflict. This
                            episode was filmed in the politically unstable areas of Haiti, South Africa,
                            Bangladesh, India, and Peru and along the United States/Mexico border. Matt
                            Damon hosts. TV-PG (#201)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Chap with Caps” The Lion family helps a writer
                            fix a story about a chap, a cap, and lots of chattering monkeys. TV-Y (#112)



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          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Zoomers try to keep a feather in the air for 20 seconds, kids share
                            where they would most like to travel, Rachel makes burrito bites, guest Sonia
                            talks about competitive swimming, and Kenny and Kaleigh make a
                            delta-wing flyer. TV-Y (#320)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Bugs” While Lori Delgado and Edwin Maldonado Jr.
                            narrate, film footage of various insects illustrates points from Bugs by Nancy
                            Winslow Parker and Joan Richards Wright. Using the book as a guide, LeVar
                            hunts for bugs in the woods. Then he visits the Cincinnati Zoo’s Insect World
                            to meet exotic creatures like hissing cockroaches and a royal Goliath beetle
                            and travels to Mexico to learn where monarch butterflies go when they
                            migrate south for the winter. TV-Y (#502)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1624)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Job seekers prepare for filling out applications by creating personal
                            data sheets, and singer/songwriter Phoebe Snow talks about music and the
                            composing process. A mother creates a medical “bible” in order to document
                            and track her chronically ill child’s medical history. TV-G (#103)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “White Water Adventure/Say Please & Thankyou”
                            When Too Tall accepts a canoe race challenge despite the fact the doesn't
                            know how to paddle a canoe, Brother gives him a crash course and shows that
                            there’s nothing wrong with not knowing something or asking for help. And
                            when Brother and Sister are reminded about the importance of manners,
                            they're good behavior rubs off on the whole school. TV-Y (#135)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “A Fountain of Fun” While Barney and the children
                            wait for Mr. Boyd's new fountain to be delivered, they have fun playing in
                            and exploring the park. TV-Y (#801)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art C “Freedom To Roam (Part 2)”
                            Intermediate details in this landscape painting include clouds, gullies and
                            washes, grasses, and puddles of water. TV-G (#906)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Simply Painting Around the World C “Benedictine Palace” Frank Clarke,
                            Ireland's most sought-after and prolific painter, shares anecdotes from past
                            trips and teaches in his let’s-have-fun style. TV-G (#806)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Martha’s Sewing Room C “Drawn Thread by Machine” Drawn-thread
                            embroidery for the sewing machine; a shark’s-teeth quilt square; and an
                            antique reproduction doll dress with folded tucks, entredeux, and lace edging.
                            The special guest is Marlis Bennett. TV-G (#1606)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Sew Young Sew Fun C “Northwest” Keep warm with some fun, funky,
                            crazy hats made from fleece. Learn the ins and outs of sewing fleece and then
                            decorate your hat with colorful buttons sewn on by machine. TV-G (#506)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Writing Test” Advice on how to
                            prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions. TV-G (#102) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “The GED Essay” GED graduates describe test day and
                            provide tips on writing the GED essay. TV-G (#110)




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          1:00/12:00 PM     Michael Chiarello’s Napa Casual Cooking C “Spice Up the Grill” New
                            ideas for the grill include lamb steaks, served with a skillet of corn and
                            tomato, and pork chops with a seasoning recipe from Milan’s famous food
                            emporium, Peck. At Copia, Napa’s center for food, wine, and the arts,
                            Michael talks to experts about wine tasting. TV-G (#219)
          1:30/12:30 PM     New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends C “Breakfast at
                            Nathan’s” The breakfast includes Mexican matzah brie and smoked salmon
                            latkes with dill cream. TV-G (#306)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom C “Easter” How a rabbit jumped into the
                            moon; the intricate egg decorating tradition of the Ukraine; the ultimate
                            Easter eggs, created for the czars of Russia; and a walk down Fifth Avenue
                            on Easter Sunday. TV-G (#110)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Campfire Café “Smoked Pork Ribs” Smoked pork ribs made with a Dutch
                            oven, cheesy Berlin potatoes, and a bean and cornbread casserole. TV-G
                            (#105)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Many Kinds of Numbers” Introduction to common
                            fractions, decimal fractions, and negative numbers. TV-G (#106) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Math Basics C K “Names for the Same Number” The relationships between
                            common fractions, decimals, and percents and how to convert among them;
                            figuring discounts. TV-G (#107) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Odysseys & Ovations C “Tahiti” At the James Norman Hall House, former
                            home of the co-author of Mutiny on the Bounty, Hall’s daughter shares
                            memories of growing up with a creative father and a creative
                            brother—Oscar-winning cinematographer Conrad H. Hall. Other stops
                            include a museum created by the grandson of painter Paul Gauguin and a bay
                            where people can swim with stingrays. TV-G (#206)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Simply Ming C “Shallot Soy Vinaigrette” A Blue Ginger favorite, shallot
                            soy vinaigrette is the perfect blend of east-west: combining a basic French
                            salad dressing with Ming’s signature flavors of rice vinegar, soy, mustard,
                            and shallots. At Blue Ginger, Ming’s prep cooks show how to prepare a large
                            quantity of this popular vinaigrette. Back at the studio, Ming uses his unique
                            sauce to make warm shiitake and corn salad frisee, grilled Asian antipasto
                            salad, and shallot-soy marinated chicken breast with melted cabbage. Then,
                            guest chef Martin Yan visits Blue Ginger and creates beef spinach salad
                            using this delicious sauce. TV-G (#119)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Treasures in Your Attic C “Frequently Asked Questions” Joe and Helaine
                            answer questions most often asked by viewers. TV-G (#328)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Museums C “The National Music Museum: America’s Shrine to
                            Music” Founded in 1973, this landmark museum in Vermillion, SD includes
                            more than 10,000 musical instruments from virtually all cultures and
                            historical periods. Among them are Stradivari and Amati violins; saxophones
                            by Sax, the instrument’s inventor; Civil War brass instruments; C.G. Conn
                            instruments; a contemporary gamelan; a Thai turned log drum; the Sgt.
                            Pepper horn; and Bill Clinton’s sax. TV-G (#206)


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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Allies at Last” James learns about religious freedom from
                            Moses Michael Hayes, while Sarah and Henri spend time with British troops
                            in occupied Philadelphia. In Paris, Benjamin Franklin finally succeeds in
                            getting a commitment from the French to fight on the American side. TV-Y7
                            (#125)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Castleblanca” Hacker takes Dr. Marbles to Castleblanca, a
                            cyberspace version of Transylvania, to carry out his plan of transferring
                            Marbles’ brainpower into a newly built robot named Megabyte. Summoned
                            by Motherboard, the kids and Digit have to figure out which of the hundreds
                            of castles Marbles is imprisoned in. To solve the problem, they must master
                            the art of collecting, organizing, and graphing data and then draw conclusions
                            from what they find. TV-Y (#102)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1304)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4341)
           8:30/7:30 PM     Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#242)
           9:00/8:00 PM     NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#315)
          10:00/9:00 PM     The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2215)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Comment on Kentucky C K Journalists from around the state discuss news
                            of the day with host Al Smith. A KET production. TV-None (#3023) V
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10675)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#170)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#169)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4341)
         1:30/12:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#242)
          2:00/1:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#315)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4341)
          3:30/2:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#242)
          4:00/3:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#315)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Great Streets C “Fifth Avenue with Brian Stokes Mitchell” A tour of New
                            York’s Fifth Avenue, from Washington Square Park to the village of Harlem,
                            focusing on the New York Public Library, the Conservancy Gardens, and
                            Harry Winston’s jewelry studio. TV-PG-L (#101)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood C “Work” Mister Rogers looks for a new
                            washer to fix his kitchen faucet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe needs a
                            swimming pool, and the neighbors decide to save money by doing the
                            digging themselves. TV-Y (#1528)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Splish! Splash!” On a hot day in the park, Barney
                            teaches the kids about the importance of water to both humans and plants.
                            They water the plants, make lemonade, learn the right way to brush their
                            teeth, and then imagine a pool to go swimming in. TV-Y (#719)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Sesame Street C The series delivers academic and social information that
                            prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show’s curriculum has
                            been set by academic research on preschoolers. TV-Y (#4059)
          8:00/7:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Poetry” Poet Sonia Sanchez reads from her work
                            and shows how to analyze a poem, U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky
                            introduces the “Favorite Poem Project,” and people talk about how poetry
                            can be a powerful means of expression. TV-G (#114) V




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          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Drama” Explores the elements of drama through a
                            play written by an adult learner and goes behind the scenes to see how the
                            written word is translated to the stage. TV-G (#115) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C “Number Sense” Explores the language of math and
                            how you can use logic and common sense to make number problems more
                            manageable. TV-G (#128)
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C “Problem Solving” A process for solving basic math
                            and word problems, either single- or multi-step. TV-G (#129)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Between the Lions C “The Lost Rock” A rock rolls out of a book and then
                            can’t remember which one it belongs in. TV-Y (#102)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Adventures from the Book of Virtues C “Responsibility” Forgetting her
                            promise to safely deliver her mother’s cakes on her new bike, Annie accepts
                            Zach’s challenge to a race. The resulting accident wrecks her new bike and
                            the cakes, forcing her to think about the concept of responsibility. TV-Y
                            (#103)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Angelina Ballerina C “Angelina in the Wings/Arthur the Butterfly” As
                            understudy to her younger cousin Henry, Angelina helps him learn to play his
                            part well and is rewarded with a role in the production for herself. Later, she
                            nurses a sick butterfly back to health and then realizes that she must set him
                            free. TV-Y (#101)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series C “Taffy” When the
                            confection Anne brings to Avonlea’s annual Taffy Day turns out to be
                            horribly salty, she suspects sabotage by Felicity. TV-Y (#106)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       The Southern Gardener C “Cool Season Color” Hosted by Dr. Rick
                            Ludwig, the series provides valuable tips for gardening, landscaping, and
                            maintaining a lawn in the southeastern part of the United States. This weekly
                            series is for gardeners of all kinds—from occasional gardeners to the serious
                            gardeners who spend hours each week and derive great satisfaction from their
                            labors. TV-G (#548)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       The Victory Garden C Host Michael Weishan heads to Plant Creations
                            Nursery in Homestead, FL, to learn a few of plant manager Ken Cook’s best
                            bets for native plants. Then, Michael is off to the Tropical Audobon Society
                            in Miami to find out how to encourage wildlife habitats in the backyard.
                            Michael and gardener Kip Anderson meet with Cheryl Lowe and Bill Cullina
                            from the New England Wildflower Society to design a backyard makeover
                            with environmentally sound techniques and great style. TV-G (#2902)
          1:00/12:00 PM     The New Yankee Workshop C “The Dining Table” Norm visits an antique
                            dealer who commissions reproduction English antique furniture for his shop
                            on Nantucket, MA. At the shop Norm finds an extension table, which should
                            be perfect for “dinner for 10 or more” and yet collapses down to six feet for
                            non-feast days. Norm makes his own out of mahogany with an elegant
                            two-leaved top that sits on a pair of Queen Anne period pedestals. TV-G
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          1:30/12:30 PM     This Old House C New host Kevin O’Connor goes to Concord, MA, where
                            homeowners Jeff and Janet Bernard want to convert a small (20’X26’)
                            garden shed into an in-law cottage. Protected by local zoning laws, the c.
                            1894 shed can’t be torn down and rebuilt, so it will be reframed from the
                            inside out. TV-G (#2301)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Ask This Old House C Tom and new host Kevin O’Connor discuss different
                            types of deadbolts and demonstrate how to install one in a solid wood door.
                            Roger helps homeowner Paul Garside of Watertown, MA trim his hedges.
                            And in Shrewsbury, MA, Richard and Kevin visit homeowner Jinny Troiano
                            to fix a heating system that can’t provide enough hot water to fill a bathtub.
                            TV-G (#201)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Hometime C “Urban Backyard (Part 2): Fence and Arbor” Continuing the
                            backyard landscaping project, Dean and Robin install the wood fence and an
                            arbor. TV-G (#1702)
           3:00/2:00 PM     America’s Walking C “Livability Issues” U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer of
                            Oregon rides his bike to work at the Capitol, Laney Hixon talks about the
                            health effects of various ethnic and regional diets, Mark Fenton answers
                            questions for walkers, and Rick Bradley of the U.S. Department of
                            Transportation shows how to improve your health by increasing your activity
                            level at work. A trip to Washington, DC, visits some of the sites that make it
                            a truly walkable city, including the Mall, the C&O Canal, and nearby
                            Alexandria. TV-G (#107)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Experience America C “Upstate New York” Award-winning wineries,
                            magnificent Niagara Falls, the Erie Canal, and offbeat museums paying
                            tribute to everything from Jell-O to the so-called “Cardiff Giant.” TV-G
                            (#113)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure C “Climbing and Rappelling in
                            North Carolina” Western North Carolina offers opportunities for almost any
                            outdoor activity. Brian chooses climbing and rappelling, literally learning the
                            ropes with the help of Jerry Stone, co-founder and wilderness adviser for the
                            Castle Rock Institute. TV-G (#815)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Raghorn News Outdoors From the publishers of Raghorn News Outdoors
                            Magazine comes the only outdoor TV show about Indiana. Each program
                            contains news, information, and tips on seasonal topics from the woods to the
                            water. TV-G (#248)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Wild Nevada “Black Canyon and Valley of Fire” Boulder City is the
                            jumping-off point for a rafting trip through the Black Canyon on the
                            Colorado River. Then Dave and Chris drive north to the town of Overton,
                            stopping along the way to enjoy a spectacular sunset at the Redstone Picnic
                            Area near Lake Mead; explore Valley of Fire State Park; and visit the Lost
                            City Museum. TV-G (#103)




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           5:30/4:30 PM     Flavors of America with Chef Jim Coleman C “Coconut Feast (Fiji
                            Island)” Chef Coleman visits with the Fijian people of Wakaya to learn about
                            how the versatile coconut provides quick nourishment, commerce, and even
                            a marshmallow-type snack for children. Then it’s back to America for a
                            special coconut meal. TV-G (#703)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Mixed Media C K “Frazier Arms Museum/Blue Umbrellas” The conclusion
                            of a two-part look at Louisville’s Frazier Historical Arms Museum. Plus,
                            music by The Blue Umbrellas, a female rock band from Louisville. A 2004
                            KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. TV-G (#623) V
           6:30/5:30 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “Paris: Grand and Intimate” After marveling at
                            masterpieces in the Louvre and strolling the Champs-Elysées, Rick explores
                            a delightful Parisian neighborhood. TV-G (#102)
           7:00/6:00 PM     Lost Liners C Two other great ocean liners lost during World War I: the
                            Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat, and the hospital ship Britannic,
                            destroyed in 1916 by a German mine. TV-G (#102)
           8:00/7:00 PM     History Detectives C “Bonnie and Clyde/Al Ringling Theater/Sears Home”
                            Are bullets now owned by a woman in Brodhead, WI, the ones responsible
                            for the demise of the notorious Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow? Could a
                            theater in the small town of Baraboo, WI, have been the country’s first great
                            movie palace? And is a home in Akron, OH, a previously unknown example
                            of a Sears catalog house? TV-G (#102)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “The Suit That Attracts Blondes” The local
                            jumble sale presents Glenda an opportunity to get rid of a suit belonging to
                            her husband, Barry. Compo buys the suit to look up some old female
                            acquaintances, but he is less than happy with the woman it attracts. TV-G
                            (#146)
           9:30/8:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth enjoys a quiet family
                            christening—for a few minutes, anyway. TV-G (#106)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Waiting for God C Tom’s doctor alerts him to impending medical problems.
                            Diana senses that the doctor is not telling him the whole story. TV-G (#137)
          10:30/9:30 PM     As Time Goes By C Alistair proposes marriage to Judith, but for an odd
                            reason. TV-G (#154)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Jubilee C K “Larry Stephenson Band” The star mandolin player and his
                            bluegrass band were recorded at the 1998 Osborne Brothers Hometown
                            Festival in Hyden. A KET production. TV-G (#420)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 2)” Back at the Savannah
                            International Trade and Convention Center, appraisers are impressed with
                            arrivals that include an Alabama Indestructible Doll patented by
                            Alabama-native Ella Smith in 1912, an eight-gallon alkaline pottery jug used
                            for grand celebrations circa 1839, and a museum-quality quilt, handcrafted
                            by African-American slaves and valued at $40,000 to $60,000. TV-G (#811)
         1:00/12:00 AM      American Family C “The Wedding” At Ofelia and Esteban’s wedding
                            reception at the Gonzalez home in East L.A., Conrado tells Jess that he’s
                            being sent to Iraq. Conrado bumps into Alicia, his old love, and remembers
                            when their romance began. The episode begins and ends with scenes from the
                            Mexican Revolution as Jess' grandmother Adela and her children run from
                            soldiers. TV-PG (#201)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Nova C “Ancient Creature of the Deep” The most famous “living fossil” is
                            the coelacanth (see-la-kanth), a huge primitive fish once thought to have died
                            out before the dinosaurs but rediscovered in 1938. Researchers have recently
                            located new colonies of the ancient fish, raising hopes for its continuing
                            survival. TV-G (#3003)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Humpback Whales” New findings about these endangered
                            “gentle giants,” their mysterious songs, and their not-so-gentle predatory
                            screams. TV-G (#1706)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “On the Brink” Investigates a growing but
                            seldom talked-about national security threat throughout the world: how
                            environmental pressures can lead to terrorism and regional conflict. This
                            episode was filmed in the politically unstable areas of Haiti, South Africa,
                            Bangladesh, India, and Peru and along the United States/Mexico border. Matt
                            Damon hosts. TV-PG (#201)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Innovation C “Crash Site Secrets” This program examines technological
                            advances in aircraft design and safety that have been introduced as a direct
                            result of catastrophic crashes. TV-PG (#905)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Smart Gardening This magazine-style series takes viewers into gardens
                            across the country to explore and share smart gardening tips. Studio segments
                            revolve around three separate locations: the greenhouse, courtyard, and
                            kitchen. In addition, on-location segments take viewers to places of
                            extraordinary beauty where innovative and practical techniques are shared.
                            TV-G (#102)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Graham Kerr’s Gathering Place C “Lady Baltimore on a Roll” Guided by
                            his wealth of culinary experience and infused with the flavors of meals
                            served at his gathering place, Graham Kerr invites audiences to experience
                            the magic and the blessings of fine, healthy, informal, and international food.
                            TV-G (#106)




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          7:00/6:00 AM      Burt Wolf Travels and Traditions C “Ticino, Switzerland” The
                            Italian-speaking Ticino region is the southernmost part of Switzerland and
                            one of the most beautiful parts of Europe. Burt visits a 1,000-year-old mystic
                            church, rides the Centrovalli railroad into mountain villages that have
                            become national treasures, tastes the traditional foods of the region, and tours
                            the open markets. TV-G (#311)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Classical Stretch C Features a new method of stretching the entire body
                            gently and artistically—the first comprehensive, overall stretching program
                            created for public television. Miranda Esmonde-White takes viewers to many
                            scenic locations as she helps them create toner bodies. TV-G (#202)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Wai Lana Yoga Wai Lana demonstrates the beauty and health benefits of the
                            ancient art of yoga. TV-G (#514)
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Decimals” Reviews how to read decimal numbers,
                            calculate with them, and solve everyday problems involving decimals. TV-G
                            (#130) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Fractions” What fractions represent, how to judge
                            the relative sizes of different fractions, calculating with them, and solving
                            everyday fraction problems. TV-G (#131) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Ratio, Proportion, and Percent” Explores how and
                            why people use ratios, proportions, and percentages to compare numbers and
                            solve problems. TV-G (#132) V
         10:00/9:00 AM      To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1304)
         10:30/9:30 AM      The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2215)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4341)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street C Host Louis Rukeyser and his guests provide
                            the latest news in the world of business and finance. TV-None (#252)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Rick Steves’ Europe C “Switzerland’s Jungfrau Region: The Best of the
                            Alps” After settling into a traditional village, Rick heads out for alpine
                            adventures. He hikes, bikes, parasails, blasts an alphorn, gets sprayed by
                            waterfalls raging deep inside a mountain, and munches muesli for breakfast
                            at 10,000 feet. For a finale, he rides Europe’s highest lift up the mighty
                            Jungfrau for hot cocoa and glacier sledding. TV-G (#214)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Great Getaways “Discovering Minnesota’s North Boundary” Northern
                            Minnesota's Gunflint Trail is a year-round vacation destination surrounded
                            by the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Superior National
                            Forest. From the village of Grand Marais on Lake Superior's north shore, the
                            Gunflint Trail winds 63 paved miles north and west to Saganaga Lake at the
                            Canadian border. Winter features world-class cross-country skiing,
                            dogsledding and skijoring, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and sleigh rides.
                            TV-G (#204)


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          1:00/12:00 PM     Waiting for God C Tom’s doctor alerts him to impending medical problems.
                            Diana senses that the doctor is not telling him the whole story. TV-G (#137)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “The Suit That Attracts Blondes” The local
                            jumble sale presents Glenda an opportunity to get rid of a suit belonging to
                            her husband, Barry. Compo buys the suit to look up some old female
                            acquaintances, but he is less than happy with the woman it attracts. TV-G
                            (#146)
           2:00/1:00 PM     As Time Goes By C Alistair proposes marriage to Judith, but for an odd
                            reason. TV-G (#154)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth enjoys a quiet family
                            christening—for a few minutes, anyway. TV-G (#106)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Inside Kentucky Schools C K A production of the Kentucky Department of
                            Education. TV-None (#515) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly C In-depth coverage of the top religion and
                            ethics stories of the week. Bob Abernethy hosts. TV-None (#732)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Real Science! C “Seeing the Sea” Teen reporters fly over the ocean with a
                            marine ecologist testing new research methods to monitor the ocean’s health,
                            then go snorkeling in an aquarium environment near Cape Cod to learn how
                            scientists monitor animals’ health. TV-G (#710)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Wind” Danielle and Jasmine engineer a sleek two-string
                            kite for fierce kite competition, and Nathaniel creates his own wind tunnel to
                            test his race cars. TV-Y (#303)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Zoboomafoo C “Armor” Zoboo wants armor like his friends the African
                            crested porcupines have to protect him as he leaps from place to place. But
                            the Kratts’ attempts to build him some body armor don’t go so well. TV-Y
                            (#222)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Cyberchase C “A Day at the Spa” Hacker finds the Krystal of Kalmoor, the
                            powerful orb that will give him eternal power and let him roam cyberspace,
                            creating havoc without ever having to recharge his power. When the kids and
                            Digit arrive to retrieve the Krystal, they are stymied by a series of switches,
                            levers, and buttons. Faced with the challenge of too many choices, the kids
                            discover the value of lists, tables, and tree diagrams. TV-Y (#111)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Zoom C After a game of crab soccer, kids share their ideas for new holidays.
                            Rachel makes fluffy peanut butter dip, and guest Amanda plays both classical
                            and Cajun violin. The Zoomers accept a challenge to build something to keep
                            instant oatmeal warm. TV-Y (#322)
           6:30/5:30 PM     In the Mix C “Media Literacy: TV—What You Don’t See” Tricks and
                            techniques used by the media to manipulate young audiences, how news
                            stories are chosen and covered, and insights from newsman Peter Jennings.
                            TV-PG (#422)




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           7:00/6:00 PM     American Family C “The War Begins” Conrado prepares to go to Iraq from
                            Kuwait. Back in East L.A., Jess and Nina argue about the war, and Jess tells
                            Nina she must leave. In a flashback to 1986, Conrado recalls his first
                            encounter with Alicia, while Jess and Berta discuss the sacrifices everyone
                            must make to send Conrado to medical school. Flashing back to 1917, Adela
                            leads the children through the Mexican countryside, where she is abducted by
                            El Carnicero. TV-PG (#202)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nature C “Flight School” This episode tells the story of how an
                            experimental, artificial breeding and training program, in which surrogate
                            human “parents” teach the chicks how to fly and migrate, is helping to coax
                            North America’s endangered whooping cranes back from the brink of
                            extinction. Nurtured by scientists who assume the appearance of cranes to
                            ensure that the chicks will “imprint” with, and follow, them as they would
                            follow adult cranes, the young birds are trained in preparation for flight.
                            When they are ready, the birds are led on their maiden migratory flights by
                            airborne scientists piloting tiny “microlite” aircraft. TV-G (#2111)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 2)” Daniel finds and
                            befriends Mirah’s brother, Mordecai (Daniel Evans), an intellectual Zionist,
                            and is immersed in Jewish culture. Meanwhile, Gwendolen is stifling under
                            the sadistic treatment of Grandcourt, who is jealous of her friendship with
                            Daniel. For her part, Gwendolen is jealous of Mirah, who is flourishing as a
                            professional singer with Daniel’s support. Things come to a head on a trip to
                            Genoa, where Daniel finally meets his real mother and Gwendolen and
                            Grandcourt endure a hellish sailing holiday. TV-PG (#3216)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Globe Trekker C “Best Beaches” Justine and the other travelers take a
                            month-by-month tour of the world’s top hot spots and chill-out destinations.
                            Their visits include the ancient Mayan city of Tulum in Mexico, the fishing
                            village of Montezuma in Costa Rica, and the beaches of Brazil, Corsica,
                            Zanzibar, and southern Thailand. TV-G (#217)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Nature C “Flight School” This episode tells the story of how an
                            experimental, artificial breeding and training program, in which surrogate
                            human “parents” teach the chicks how to fly and migrate, is helping to coax
                            North America’s endangered whooping cranes back from the brink of
                            extinction. Nurtured by scientists who assume the appearance of cranes to
                            ensure that the chicks will “imprint” with, and follow, them as they would
                            follow adult cranes, the young birds are trained in preparation for flight.
                            When they are ready, the birds are led on their maiden migratory flights by
                            airborne scientists piloting tiny “microlite” aircraft. TV-G (#2111)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 2)” Daniel finds and
                            befriends Mirah’s brother, Mordecai (Daniel Evans), an intellectual Zionist,
                            and is immersed in Jewish culture. Meanwhile, Gwendolen is stifling under
                            the sadistic treatment of Grandcourt, who is jealous of her friendship with
                            Daniel. For her part, Gwendolen is jealous of Mirah, who is flourishing as a
                            professional singer with Daniel’s support. Things come to a head on a trip to
                            Genoa, where Daniel finally meets his real mother and Gwendolen and
                            Grandcourt endure a hellish sailing holiday. TV-PG (#3216)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Flight School” This episode tells the story of how an
                            experimental, artificial breeding and training program, in which surrogate
                            human “parents” teach the chicks how to fly and migrate, is helping to coax
                            North America’s endangered whooping cranes back from the brink of
                            extinction. Nurtured by scientists who assume the appearance of cranes to
                            ensure that the chicks will “imprint” with, and follow, them as they would
                            follow adult cranes, the young birds are trained in preparation for flight.
                            When they are ready, the birds are led on their maiden migratory flights by
                            airborne scientists piloting tiny “microlite” aircraft. TV-G (#2111)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Daniel Deronda (Part 2)” Daniel finds and
                            befriends Mirah’s brother, Mordecai (Daniel Evans), an intellectual Zionist,
                            and is immersed in Jewish culture. Meanwhile, Gwendolen is stifling under
                            the sadistic treatment of Grandcourt, who is jealous of her friendship with
                            Daniel. For her part, Gwendolen is jealous of Mirah, who is flourishing as a
                            professional singer with Daniel’s support. Things come to a head on a trip to
                            Genoa, where Daniel finally meets his real mother and Gwendolen and
                            Grandcourt endure a hellish sailing holiday. TV-PG (#3216)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Dreaming Shakespeare” Can Anthony Asbury help a
                            chicken looking for a book about plumbing become a star in a Shakespeare
                            play? (Text: Shakespeare; key word: dream; target vowel: ea.) TV-Y (#220)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C After a game of crab soccer, kids share their ideas for new holidays.
                            Rachel makes fluffy peanut butter dip, and guest Amanda plays both classical
                            and Cajun violin. The Zoomers accept a challenge to build something to keep
                            instant oatmeal warm. TV-Y (#322)




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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “The Salamander Room” Lynn Thigpen reads a book
                            by Anne Mazer about how there’s more to creating an animal habitat than
                            meets the eye. At the Bronx Zoo, LeVar explores JungleWorld and learns
                            how it was built. TV-Y (#909)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1625)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Actress Kathy Bates talks about books that have been made into
                            movies, a woman from Pittsburgh tells how she reached her goal of becoming
                            a travel agent, the book club reads Laura Esquivel’s Like Water for
                            Chocolate, and Malik Yoba shares tips on how to keep a journal. TV-G
                            (#104)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “By the Sea/Catch the Bus” When the Bears arrive at
                            their vacation beach house, the cubs don’t want to help unpack—until they
                            realize that their swimsuits are hopelessly buried somewhere in the trunk of
                            the car. Later, Brother gets a lesson in how inconsiderate it is to keep others
                            waiting. TV-Y (#127)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “On Again, Off Again” Barney, Baby Bop, and the
                            kids learn all about “on” and “off” while playing games. TV-Y (#802)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Best of The Joy of Painting “Quiet Mountain River” From the archives
                            of the late Bob Ross, instruction in “wet-on-wet” technique to delight and
                            encourage the painting hobbyist. TV-G (#1833)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Frank Clarke’s Simply Painting: Beautiful Ireland in Watercolours
                            “Sailboats at Sunset, Clifden Harbor” Frank creates a beautiful sunset,
                            complete with elegant sailboats gliding along the silver sea. TV-G (#107)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Sewing with Nancy C “Crazy Quilting with Attitude (Part 1)” Author
                            Barbara Randle joins Nancy in explaining how to choose fabrics and color
                            combinations for crazy quilting. They show how to use the flip-and-sew
                            technique to do traditional, chevron, and on-the-slant crazy quilting and
                            detail “create-a-strip” prairie points. TV-G (#1707)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting C “Fusible Bias Embellishments”
                            Marianne and Liz use fusible bias tape to pre-form such shapes as hearts,
                            stars, and coils, then decorate a purchased vest by stitching the bias tape with
                            a double needle. TV-G (#207)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C “Orientation” An overview of the 2002 version of the
                            GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online
                            lessons can help adults prepare. TV-G (#101)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Reading Test” Reviews the skills
                            required, the subjects covered, and the kinds of questions included on the
                            2002 GED reading test. TV-G (#111) V




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          1:00/12:00 PM     Ciao Italia ... in Tuscany C “Pane Tuscano/Tuscan Bread” Mary Ann
                            travels north of Cortona to visit American cookbook author and food
                            columnist Nancy Harmon Jenkins. In Nancy’s kitchen, they create pane
                            Toscano (Tuscan bread), then fry up some crunchy crostini for three terrific
                            toppings: tomato/basil/garlic; chicken liver and sage; and an olive, tuna, and
                            caper treat. TV-G (#1307)
          1:30/12:30 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Donna Scala #1” Donna and Giovanni Scala
                            of Bistro Don Giovanni share recipes from his childhood days in Naples,
                            Italy: antipasto di Mamma Concetta, a colorful mixture of roasted peppers,
                            fresh basil, buffalo mozzarella, and olives; spaghetti alla Gianni, a typical
                            Neapolitan pasta dish with cauliflower, garlic, and cheese; and salsice e
                            rapini, a sausage and broccoli dish. TV-G (#107)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Anything I Can Do “Interview with a Lamp Wire” Making and wiring a
                            copper lamp. TV-G (#107)
           2:30/1:30 PM     For Your Home C “What’s New?” Sloan gets some tips on how to design
                            and start her new garden. Vicki shares a new technique for creating Roman
                            shades for a teenager’s windows. And don’t spend top dollar on designer bed
                            linens, learn how to craft your own using ribbons. TV-G (#1507)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Decimals” Reviews how to read decimal numbers,
                            calculate with them, and solve everyday problems involving decimals. TV-G
                            (#130) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Introduction” An orientation to how the series works,
                            with samples of both the fiction and documentary segments; an overview of
                            the critical importance of reading comprehension skills in all aspects of life;
                            and an introduction to the main characters: Darrell is a 19-year-old high
                            school dropout who lives with his sister, Gloria; her husband, Martin; and
                            their 2-year-old son, Oliver. Rhonda is a single mother who often relies on
                            the advice of her best friend, Candy. TV-G (#100) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Designer’s Landscape with Gary Alan C “Turnage Residence” Graduate
                            horticulturist Gary Alan offers a new look at landscape design and
                            installation. TV-G (#709)
           4:30/3:30 PM     The Grand View “Crater Lake National Park” Baumann travels to Crater
                            Lake National Park, where he meets meets Kevin Bacher, interpretive ranger
                            for the park; Neva Eggsman, the last Klamath elder that speaks her native
                            language; and Mark Buktenica, lake sediment researcher. Baumann
                            concludes the show by painting Wizard Island. TV-G (#107)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Great Cars “Rolls Royce” It is an icon, a symbol of excellence, of empire. To
                            many, Rolls Royce is more than just a car, it’s a symbol of the best. Trace the
                            storied development of Henry Royce and Charles Stewart Rolls' company, to
                            see how Rolls-Royce Motorcars grew to become the symbol of an empire.
                            TV-G (#107)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Tracks Ahead C “Moffat Tunnel” Excitement and history of railroading.
                            TV-G (#107)



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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Honor and Compromise” Abraham Nimham, a member of
                            the Wappinger tribe, tutors Henri on how to capture wild turkeys. In
                            Pennsylvania, Sarah and Moses witness the debate in Congress over the
                            Articles of Confederation. TV-Y7 (#126)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Harriet Hippo and the Mean Green” Hacker infects
                            Motherboard with a new virus that causes her to make cyber-citizens do bad
                            things. To make the antidote, Digit and the kids have to find and mix several
                            ingredients and combine some strange fractions: 2/5 of the Electro-Root, 2/8
                            of the Healing Stone, and 1/3 of a box of Hacker’s wig gel. TV-Y (#203)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Louisville Health C K “Environmental Toxins and Lead” If you live in a
                            home built before 1978, you or your children could be at risk for lead
                            poisoning—a condition with no early warning signs. Dr. Wayne Tuckson
                            talks with Dr. David Tollerud about lead and other pollutants, their impacts
                            on health, who is at risk, and what can be done. A production of the
                            University of Louisville sponsored by the West Jefferson County
                            Community Task Force. TV-None (#401)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 3)” At the Savannah International
                            Trade and Convention Center, appraisers look for some of Savannah’s
                            hidden treasures and are pleased to find a 100-year-old bronze birdbath, a
                            Swiss automaton watch passed down in the same family for five generations,
                            and a Newcomb Pottery chocolate set worth $50,000 to $60,000. TV-G
                            (#812)
           9:00/8:00 PM     American Experience C “Emma Goldman” A portrait of the young, brilliant
                            Russian emigrant, called “the most dangerous woman in America,” and
                            expelled from the United States 34 years after she arrived. TV-PG-L-S
                            (#1607)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Deford Bailey: A Legend Lost? C Harmonica virtuoso DeFord Bailey was
                            one of the first stars of the Grand Ole Opry. In the 1930s, at the height of Jim
                            Crow, rising country stars like Bill Monroe and Roy Acuff would take
                            DeFord on the road because they knew that his name and talent would draw
                            crowds. Because his medium was radio, listeners never knew that DeFord
                            was black until they saw him live. Considered one of the most unexplained
                            events in Grand Ole Opry history, DeFord left the stage in the early 1940s
                            and refused to perform professionally. This half-hour documentary tells the
                            story of DeFord’s career and early departure from the stage, and reveals how
                            black musicians have influenced many legends of country music. Lou Rawls
                            narrates. TV-G
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10676)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#171)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#170)
         1:00/12:00 AM      American Experience C “Emma Goldman” A portrait of the young, brilliant
                            Russian emigrant, called “the most dangerous woman in America,” and
                            expelled from the United States 34 years after she arrived. TV-PG-L-S
                            (#1607)
          2:30/1:30 AM      Deford Bailey: A Legend Lost? C Harmonica virtuoso DeFord Bailey was
                            one of the first stars of the Grand Ole Opry. In the 1930s, at the height of Jim
                            Crow, rising country stars like Bill Monroe and Roy Acuff would take
                            DeFord on the road because they knew that his name and talent would draw
                            crowds. Because his medium was radio, listeners never knew that DeFord
                            was black until they saw him live. Considered one of the most unexplained
                            events in Grand Ole Opry history, DeFord left the stage in the early 1940s
                            and refused to perform professionally. This half-hour documentary tells the
                            story of DeFord’s career and early departure from the stage, and reveals how
                            black musicians have influenced many legends of country music. Lou Rawls
                            narrates. TV-G
          3:00/2:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 3)” At the Savannah International
                            Trade and Convention Center, appraisers look for some of Savannah’s
                            hidden treasures and are pleased to find a 100-year-old bronze birdbath, a
                            Swiss automaton watch passed down in the same family for five generations,
                            and a Newcomb Pottery chocolate set worth $50,000 to $60,000. TV-G
                            (#812)
          4:00/3:00 AM      American Experience C “Emma Goldman” A portrait of the young, brilliant
                            Russian emigrant, called “the most dangerous woman in America,” and
                            expelled from the United States 34 years after she arrived. TV-PG-L-S
                            (#1607)
          5:30/4:30 AM      Deford Bailey: A Legend Lost? C Harmonica virtuoso DeFord Bailey was
                            one of the first stars of the Grand Ole Opry. In the 1930s, at the height of Jim
                            Crow, rising country stars like Bill Monroe and Roy Acuff would take
                            DeFord on the road because they knew that his name and talent would draw
                            crowds. Because his medium was radio, listeners never knew that DeFord
                            was black until they saw him live. Considered one of the most unexplained
                            events in Grand Ole Opry history, DeFord left the stage in the early 1940s
                            and refused to perform professionally. This half-hour documentary tells the
                            story of DeFord’s career and early departure from the stage, and reveals how
                            black musicians have influenced many legends of country music. Lou Rawls
                            narrates. TV-G



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          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Red Hat, Green Hat” Leona’s new hat stirs up trouble
                            in the library. TV-Y (#122)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Zoomers play the Scoop Game, put on a puppet show using puppets
                            made by Kenny, and take on a challenge to defy gravity. Kids list the most
                            important things they’ve learned, and special guest Christine shows
                            marionettes she has collected or made herself. Kaleigh makes apples filled
                            with peanut butter, marshmallows, and chocolate chips. TV-Y (#323)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “The Milk Makers” Gail Gibbons’ book, narrated by
                            Alaina Reed, explains how cows produce milk and how it gets from them to
                            grocery shelves. LeVar visits a dairy farm, where he learns to milk a cow by
                            hand, and a cheese factory, then makes homemade ice cream. TV-Y (#402)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1626)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Dimensions” Basic concepts in geometry, including
                            length, width, and area; using maps and grids; expressing locations in three
                            dimensions. TV-G (#109) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Family Get-Together/The Stinky Milk Mystery” At a
                            family reunion, Brother and Sister discover that their new cousins, Sylvester
                            and Penelope, can become new friends, too. Later, the cubs accidentally let
                            Farmer Ben’s cows get loose and learn a valuable lesson in truth telling.
                            TV-Y (#128)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Sharing Is Caring!” The children bring toys to donate
                            to Mr. Boyd’s toy drive. Baby Bop doesn’t want to give away any of her
                            things at first, but the others help her discover the joy of sharing. TV-Y
                            (#803)
         10:00/9:00 AM      America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated C “Chicken in a Skillet”
                            Prepare tender and juicy pan-roasted and nut-crusted chicken breasts. TV-G
                            (#407)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Master Class at Johnson & Wales C “Healthy Grains” Discover the
                            limitless bounty of cooked grains, an important part of a healthy diet.
                            Canadian master chef Jud Simpson, executive chef of food services at the
                            House of Commons in Ottawa, is a guest. TV-G (#207)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Hometime C “Lisa’s Bathroom Update” Dean Johnson and Robin Hartl
                            update the interior design in a lower level with new decorative painting
                            effects on the walls and new furnishings. (Part 2 of 2) TV-G (#1808)
        11:30/10:30 AM      P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home C “Garden Home Structures” Allen visits
                            gardens in Germany to explore the universal principles of beautiful garden
                            design and gather inspiring new ideas. TV-G (#207)




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    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Introduction” An orientation to how the series works,
                            with samples of both the fiction and documentary segments; an overview of
                            the critical importance of reading comprehension skills in all aspects of life;
                            and an introduction to the main characters: Darrell is a 19-year-old high
                            school dropout who lives with his sister, Gloria; her husband, Martin; and
                            their 2-year-old son, Oliver. Rhonda is a single mother who often relies on
                            the advice of her best friend, Candy. TV-G (#100) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Applying for Jobs” Understanding and
                            using application forms and processes. TV-G (#103) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Kaye’s Quilting Friends C “Rain Forest Art Quilt” Priscilla Bianchi shares
                            techniques for making designs with a Guatemalan look. This stunning
                            geometric design has high visual impact. TV-G (#1607)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting with Shar C “Grandma’s Garden” Shar’s daughter, Angela, creates
                            a table runner from cheery fabrics that feature garden produce. The runner is
                            quilted with free-motion continuous-line designs of vegetables. An apron and
                            napkins complete the kitchen set. TV-G (#207)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Glass with Vicki Payne C “My First Project (Part 2)” Vicki concludes her
                            instructions for a first project by demonstrating how to use a grinder, apply
                            copper foil, solder, and finish up. TV-G (#707)
           2:30/1:30 PM     The Router Workshop C “Executive Desk (Part 3)” Beautiful cherry veneer
                            with a core fiber-board made from straw is the chosen material for this
                            executive office desk. A butterfly bit and the router make facing the material
                            with solid cherry a breeze for an uncluttered elegantly styled desk. Learn the
                            router tips and techniques for building an office desk with file drawers and an
                            impressive top surface. (Part 3 of 3) TV-G (#1207)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “How Much?” The base-10 system; working with decimal
                            fractions less than 1; computing sales tax; weight, capacity, and volume;
                            different ways of expressing the same amount or quantity. TV-G (#108) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K The -le ending; sounds of oo; sight words one, two, to,
                            and too; signs at a pharmacy. TV-G (#127) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     The Desert Speaks C “Prickly Pear: Cactus of Plenty” The fruit of the hardy
                            prickly pear cactus is put to many uses. It has been credited with lowering
                            cholesterol, aiding digestion, and helping to control diabetes. TV-G (#1107)
           4:30/3:30 PM     World of Wildlife C “Scales, Fur, and Skin” Animals’ natural outer
                            garments tell complex stories of evolution and adaptation, as well as breeding
                            and behavior. TV-G (#307)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Weekend Explorer C “Hong Kong, Dragons” Jeffrey searches out the
                            mythical dragons for which Hong Kong is famous as well as the real—but
                            rare—wild pink dolphins of Victoria Harbor. He also learns about the ancient
                            tradition of tea; visits the popular fish market, where koi are often sold for
                            $40,000 or more; shops in the popular Night Market; has a nasty prescription
                            made for him at a traditional Chinese apothecary; and takes in the
                            International Dragon Boat Races. TV-G (#207)



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           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Lakes Ports o’ Call C “Mackinaw City” Rediscover this great port
                            located at the tip of Michigan's lower peninsula, the stepping off point to
                            Mackinac Island. Includes visits to a 1770 frontier fort, a working saw mill,
                            and two lighthouses. TV-G (#507)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “The New Frontier” Sarah is reunited with her father in
                            Ohio. But after witnessing the cruel treatment of Shawnee Chief Cornstalk
                            and his people, she decides she’s had enough violence and makes plans to
                            return to England. James reports on the consequences of runaway inflation in
                            Philadelphia and gets caught in an angry mob. TV-Y7 (#127)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Of All the Luck” Convinced that his failure to defeat
                            Motherboard is simply a result of bad luck, Hacker collects the Ten Lucky
                            Charms of Cyberspace. It works, and his luck changes—which is bad luck for
                            everyone else. Motherboard sends the kids and Digit to Hacker’s hideout in
                            the Northern Frontier, where they use logic; Venn diagrams; and
                            understanding of the words and, or, and not to free the Charms. TV-Y (#112)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Tony Brown’s Journal Incorporates hard-hitting public affairs
                            documentaries with interviews of special interest to the African-American
                            community. TV-None
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nova C “Life’s Greatest Miracle” A completely updated remake of Lennart
                            Nilsson’s world-famous film Miracle of Life uses the latest technological
                            advances in microscopy and medical imaging to tell the inside-the-womb
                            story of human life from conception to birth. TV-PG (#2816)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Innovation C “Miracle Cell” This program investigates the emerging field
                            of stem cells and “regenerative medicine,” and explores the possibility that
                            these cells can provide the elusive cure for heart attacks, diabetes, spinal cord
                            injuries, and more. TV-PG (#906)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Independent Lens C “Love Inventory” Israeli filmmaker David Fisher
                            inspires his four siblings to begin an emotionally challenging search for their
                            long-lost sister. In a creative documentary style, with revealing moments of
                            grief and humor, Fisher dissects a tangled web of relationships to uncover the
                            dark secrets of the past—secrets that his parents were afraid to unearth and
                            that are representative of Israel’s own birth pains. TV-PG-L (#520)
        11:30/10:30 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10677)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#172)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#171)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Nova C “Life’s Greatest Miracle” A completely updated remake of Lennart
                            Nilsson’s world-famous film Miracle of Life uses the latest technological
                            advances in microscopy and medical imaging to tell the inside-the-womb
                            story of human life from conception to birth. TV-PG (#2816)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Innovation C “Miracle Cell” This program investigates the emerging field
                            of stem cells and “regenerative medicine,” and explores the possibility that
                            these cells can provide the elusive cure for heart attacks, diabetes, spinal cord
                            injuries, and more. TV-PG (#906)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nova C “Life’s Greatest Miracle” A completely updated remake of Lennart
                            Nilsson’s world-famous film Miracle of Life uses the latest technological
                            advances in microscopy and medical imaging to tell the inside-the-womb
                            story of human life from conception to birth. TV-PG (#2816)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Independent Lens C “Love Inventory” Israeli filmmaker David Fisher
                            inspires his four siblings to begin an emotionally challenging search for their
                            long-lost sister. In a creative documentary style, with revealing moments of
                            grief and humor, Fisher dissects a tangled web of relationships to uncover the
                            dark secrets of the past—secrets that his parents were afraid to unearth and
                            that are representative of Israel’s own birth pains. TV-PG-L (#520)
          5:30/4:30 AM      Deford Bailey: A Legend Lost? C Harmonica virtuoso DeFord Bailey was
                            one of the first stars of the Grand Ole Opry. In the 1930s, at the height of Jim
                            Crow, rising country stars like Bill Monroe and Roy Acuff would take
                            DeFord on the road because they knew that his name and talent would draw
                            crowds. Because his medium was radio, listeners never knew that DeFord
                            was black until they saw him live. Considered one of the most unexplained
                            events in Grand Ole Opry history, DeFord left the stage in the early 1940s
                            and refused to perform professionally. This half-hour documentary tells the
                            story of DeFord’s career and early departure from the stage, and reveals how
                            black musicians have influenced many legends of country music. Lou Rawls
                            narrates. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Chap with Caps” The Lion family helps a writer
                            fix a story about a chap, a cap, and lots of chattering monkeys. TV-Y (#112)




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          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C The Zoomers play volleyball using a toothbrush and a balloon and
                            meet Ashley, a young runner who doesn’t let cerebral palsy keep her from
                            competing in the Special Olympics. Kaleigh and Buzz show how to make
                            different types of bubbles, and Kenny cooks up Ants on a Log. A
                            three-legged balloon race brings the show to a close. TV-Y (#324)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Barn Dance!” After hearing Roy Clark read a story by
                            John Archambault and Bill Martin Jr. about a boy who follows the sound of
                            music to an unusual barn dance, LeVar heads to Tennessee to sample
                            traditional music and dance. He meets some bluegrass musicians, watches a
                            craftsman making a fiddle by hand, and learns about the Appalachian dance
                            style called clogging. TV-Y (#506)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1622)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C The book club reads I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya
                            Angelou, Agent Know How goes looking for information at the library, and
                            Laverne helps a new father of triplets multiply his shopping list. The
                            Lifelines segment shows how to prepare for a visit to the doctor. TV-G
                            (#105)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “New Neighbors/The Big Election” When the family
                            next door moves away, the Bears have to adjust to a new set of neighbors.
                            Papa ponders whether to run for mayor. TV-Y (#129)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Here Kitty, Kitty” When Miss Jo loses her cat, Barney
                            and the children spend the day helping her find it. Along the way, they learn
                            all about cats. TV-Y (#804)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Art of Bill Alexander “Haystack Rock” Bill Alexander uses brilliant
                            reds and oranges to demonstrate the ease of creating a magnificent sunset
                            spilling across the evening tide. TV-G (#607)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Scheewe Art Workshop Host Susan Scheewe introduces the beautiful art of
                            watercolor and acrylic painting, using a variety of techniques and mediums.
                            Her easy-to-follow style encourages creativity for artists at all levels. TV-G
                            (#841)
        11:00/10:00 AM      America Sews with Sue Hausmann C “Smart Wedding Ring Quilt” Guest
                            Mary Henderson teaches how to create a wedding ring quilt using the newest
                            techniques and tools. No need to piece curved seams with this speedy
                            technique. Quick project: Lace-to-lace bonnet. TV-G (#1707)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray C Guest Lisa Daniels shows a fun
                            and creative knitting project. The use of stamped pillow cases as decorative
                            features for the home represents a new trend for an old embroidery style. A
                            stroll along the yarn walk at the National Needlework Association trade show
                            focuses on the incredible variety of yarns available for knitting and crochet.
                            Carla Scott shares a unique knitting tip. TV-G (#706)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Social Studies Test” Tips on
                            reading and interpreting maps, charts, and graphics; information on the
                            content areas covered on the social studies section of the 2002 GED Test; and
                            sample test questions. TV-G (#116) V

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    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Social Studies Test” Tips on
                            reading and interpreting maps, charts, and graphics; information on the
                            content areas covered on the social studies section of the 2002 GED Test; and
                            sample test questions. TV-G (#116) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Black Truffles” Guest chef Ken Frank of La
                            Toque Restaurant shares recipes that demystify the rare and sensuous
                            delicacy of truffles: truffled egg (scrambled egg with minced truffles and lots
                            of butter), winter forager salad (sautéed root vegetables in hazelnut oil with
                            shaved truffles), roast chicken with truffle mashed potatoes (large, thin slices
                            of truffle are placed under the chicken skin before roasting), truffle-layered
                            red hawk cheese, and truffled crème brulée. TV-G (#120)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Lucy’s Classic Cajun Culture and Cooking C “Baked Speckled Trout”
                            Lucy jumps in feet first to help make wine at the Feliciana Cellars Vineyard
                            in Jackson, LA. She also prepares baked speckled trout, eggplant casserole,
                            cole slaw, and poached pears. TV-G (#707)
           2:00/1:00 PM     The Woodwright’s Shop C “Carving with Calvo” Master carver David
                            Calvo returns to give more lessons in traditional woodcarving. TV-G (#2307)
           2:30/1:30 PM     American Woodshop C “Shop Design: Jigs and Rigs” Convert a garage into
                            the ultimate workshop with guidance from Wood Magazine designers. Scott
                            visits the famous workshops of master woodworkers for the ultimate in
                            workshop design. Viewers also get a chance to learn about sculpting wood
                            accent pieces for their home with master woodworker and author Lonnie
                            Bird. TV-G (#1207)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Fractions” What fractions represent, how to judge
                            the relative sizes of different fractions, calculating with them, and solving
                            everyday fraction problems. TV-G (#131) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Reading for Facts and Details”
                            Figuring out the meanings of unfamiliar words; gathering who, what, where,
                            when, and why facts from written material; picking out relevant details.
                            When her landlord threatens to evict her for being late with her rent, Rhonda
                            studies her lease to learn her options. Darrell and Martin read the instructions
                            on a bottle of aspirin to figure out the right dose to give Oliver. TV-G (#101)
                            V
           4:00/3:00 PM     MotorWeek C “MB E-Class Wagon” Road tests of the 2004 Mercedes-Benz
                            E-Class wagon and the 2004 Chevrolet Colorado pickup. TV-G (#2332)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Cabin Country C “Bobwhites and Old Dogs” Bill and shooting instructor
                            Michael Murphy visit the Ringneck Ranch in Tipton, KS to hunt bobwhite
                            quail with owner and guide Keith Houghton. TV-PG (#1206)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “South Ireland: Waterford to the Ring of Kerry”
                            Along the fascinating south coast, Rick visits some Irish icons: Waterford’s
                            much-loved crystal factory, the Kennedy family homestead, the Dunbrody
                            famine ship, and Kinsale’s star-shaped fortresses. After learning why locals
                            don’t kiss the Blarney Stone, he savors the scenic charms of the Emerald Isle
                            by driving the Ring of Kerry. TV-G (#209)


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           5:30/4:30 PM     Smart Travels—Europe with Rudy Maxa C “Provence” With the sleepy
                            French town of St. Remy as base, Rudy tours the red-rock villages of
                            Rousillion and Eygalieres; the lavender-ensconced Abbey of Senanque; and
                            the cities of Arles, Avignon, and Aix-en-Provence. TV-G (#107)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Not Yet Begun To Fight” Sarah’s ship is wrecked on its
                            way to England, and the passengers are rescued by American naval
                            commander John Paul Jones. Off the coast of England, Jones and the crew of
                            the outgunned Bonhomme Richard win a crucial battle against the British
                            ship Serapis. TV-Y7 (#128)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “A Time To Cook” First prize in the Fearless Chef cooking
                            contest is the Magnetic Magnotube—the last piece Hacker needs for a
                            machine that will disable Motherboard forever. So he decides to ensure his
                            own victory by kidnapping his competition. Digit takes Hacker on in the
                            kitchen while the Cybersquad sets out to rescue the real Fearless Chef. TV-Y
                            (#213)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Uncommon Knowledge A weekly public affairs program that features the
                            foremost authorities from business, academe, and public-interest
                            organizations. TV-None (#832)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Small Ball: A Little League Story C This documentary captures the hope,
                            thrills, and excitement of players, parents and coaches as a team of 11- and
                            12-year-old Little Leaguers go from their small northern California town all
                            the way to the 2002 Little League Baseball World Series Championship in
                            Williamsport, PA. Produced by award-winning filmmakers Louis Alvarez
                            and Andrew Kolker, the program takes viewers along for a nail-biting road
                            trip of six intensive weeks with the Aptos, CA, Little League team, their
                            inspired coaches, and intensely involved parents. The documentary also
                            highlights teams in Albany, NY; Washington, DC, and Elizabeth, NJ, and
                            visits Ukraine, where an American benefactor is introducing local youngsters
                            to baseball for the first time. TV-G
           9:30/8:30 PM     Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport C Judi Dench
                            narrates the story of an extraordinary British mission that rescued 10,000
                            children, most of them Jewish, from Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia
                            in the last days before World War II. TV-PG
        11:30/10:30 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10678)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#173)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#172)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Our Mother’s Recipe C This is the story of three American-Jewish women
                            who reconcile their roles as mothers, daughters, homemakers, and career
                            women with their ties to family, religion, and generations of women before
                            them. While Ada, Bernice, and Brenda prepare for their annual Passover
                            Seder, welcome their guests, read the Haggadah, and eat the festive meal,
                            they reveal the restrictions they encountered over the course of their lives as
                            Jews and as women. Paralleling the Exodus story of the slaves of Egypt,
                            these sisters finally escape their burdens and are able to celebrate and
                            appreciate their family and their freedom. TV-G
         1:30/12:30 AM      Small Ball: A Little League Story C This documentary captures the hope,
                            thrills, and excitement of players, parents and coaches as a team of 11- and
                            12-year-old Little Leaguers go from their small northern California town all
                            the way to the 2002 Little League Baseball World Series Championship in
                            Williamsport, PA. Produced by award-winning filmmakers Louis Alvarez
                            and Andrew Kolker, the program takes viewers along for a nail-biting road
                            trip of six intensive weeks with the Aptos, CA, Little League team, their
                            inspired coaches, and intensely involved parents. The documentary also
                            highlights teams in Albany, NY; Washington, DC, and Elizabeth, NJ, and
                            visits Ukraine, where an American benefactor is introducing local youngsters
                            to baseball for the first time. TV-G
          3:00/2:00 AM      Deford Bailey: A Legend Lost? C Harmonica virtuoso DeFord Bailey was
                            one of the first stars of the Grand Ole Opry. In the 1930s, at the height of Jim
                            Crow, rising country stars like Bill Monroe and Roy Acuff would take
                            DeFord on the road because they knew that his name and talent would draw
                            crowds. Because his medium was radio, listeners never knew that DeFord
                            was black until they saw him live. Considered one of the most unexplained
                            events in Grand Ole Opry history, DeFord left the stage in the early 1940s
                            and refused to perform professionally. This half-hour documentary tells the
                            story of DeFord’s career and early departure from the stage, and reveals how
                            black musicians have influenced many legends of country music. Lou Rawls
                            narrates. TV-G
          3:30/2:30 AM      Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport C Judi Dench
                            narrates the story of an extraordinary British mission that rescued 10,000
                            children, most of them Jewish, from Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia
                            in the last days before World War II. TV-PG




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          5:30/4:30 AM      Our Mother’s Recipe C This is the story of three American-Jewish women
                            who reconcile their roles as mothers, daughters, homemakers, and career
                            women with their ties to family, religion, and generations of women before
                            them. While Ada, Bernice, and Brenda prepare for their annual Passover
                            Seder, welcome their guests, read the Haggadah, and eat the festive meal,
                            they reveal the restrictions they encountered over the course of their lives as
                            Jews and as women. Paralleling the Exodus story of the slaves of Egypt,
                            these sisters finally escape their burdens and are able to celebrate and
                            appreciate their family and their freedom. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Touching the Moon” Leona keeps the whole family
                            awake because she wants a queen to touch the moon. TV-Y (#107)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C After the big wheelbarrow race, Kenny makes a castle cake. Guest
                            Adam, a 9-year-old budding historian, explains why he loves studying Egypt.
                            Zoomers and kids on the street talk about what time period in history they
                            would most like to visit. Kaleigh and Caroline share an update on the
                            Streetlamp project. TV-Y (#325)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “The Day Jimmy’s Boa Ate the Wash” In Trinka Hakes
                            Noble’s story, read by Kaleena Kiff, a school trip to a farm gets out of hand
                            when a boy’s pet boa constrictor escapes. LeVar has his own encounter with
                            a boa at an exotic pet store, where he also meets a tarantula; visits some girls
                            who show off their pet pigs; and watches sheep shearing and goat milking at a
                            livestock exhibition. TV-Y (#114)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1702)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Patterns and Statistics” Pattern recognition; tessellations;
                            number patterns; displaying numeric data with graphs; introduction to
                            statistics; sampling and probability. TV-G (#110) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Hiccup Cure/Think of Those in Need” Papa gets
                            the hiccups from eating too quickly and tries all kinds of home remedies.
                            Brother and Sister decide that they have too much stuff and donate their extra
                            games, puzzles, and books to the Home for Retired Bears. TV-Y (#130)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Once Upon a Fairy Tale” Mario is trying to write his
                            own fairy tale. The children act out some of their favorites to help give him
                            some ideas. TV-Y (#805)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen C “Dinner in Minutes” Lidia proves a
                            wonderful meal, consisting of spinach salad, stuffed rolls of veal, and pignoli
                            cookies, doesn't always take hours to prepare—dessert included. TV-G
                            (#703)
         10:30/9:30 AM      A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.—Louisiana Cooking
                            with a Change of Heart C “Grilled Fish” Noted cardiologist Dr. Craig
                            Walker of Houma joins Chef Folse to cook grilled fish and discuss the health
                            consequences of rich Louisiana dishes. TV-G (#1015)




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        11:00/10:00 AM      Healthy Body, Healthy Mind “Heart Disease” This program helps assess
                            your risk of suffering a heart attack within the next 10 years and explains
                            which tests are available to determine the health of your heart. Plus, learn to
                            lower your risk and how to live healthy after you've had a heart attack. TV-G
                            (#110)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Health Sense C “Heart Disease” This episode outlines risk factors and steps
                            for prevention of heart disease, and offers life-saving information for
                            women—the often-overlooked victims of heart disease. Also takes a look at a
                            cutting-edge emergency program that offers heart attack patients new hope
                            and is already saving lives. TV-G (#101)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Reading for Facts and Details”
                            Figuring out the meanings of unfamiliar words; gathering who, what, where,
                            when, and why facts from written material; picking out relevant details.
                            When her landlord threatens to evict her for being late with her rent, Rhonda
                            studies her lease to learn her options. Darrell and Martin read the instructions
                            on a bottle of aspirin to figure out the right dose to give Oliver. TV-G (#101)
                            V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Résumés, Tests, and Choices” Writing
                            effective résumés and preparing for employment tests. TV-G (#104) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Quilt Central C “This and That” Photo-transfer fabric for adding photos to a
                            quilt, a lesson in whole-cloth comparison, a visit to the D.A.R. Museum’s
                            quilt collection, and new ways to use your sewing machine’s walking foot.
                            TV-G (#407)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting from the Heartland C “Needle-Turn Appliqué” Using her Aunt
                            Becky finger protector and a portable lap frame, quilter Jean Brown
                            demonstrates a quick and easy needle-turn appliqué technique that creates the
                            traditional style and look of hand appliqué in half the time. TV-G (#1104)
           2:00/1:00 PM     More Than Memories C “Pastimes” New ways to capture favorite pastimes
                            and hobbies on the pages of a scrapbook and techniques for using
                            tone-on-tone vellum and decorative edge borders. TV-G (#807)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Scrapbook Memories C A look at scrapbook pages “then and now,” some
                            fabulous heritage pages, and Paulette Jarvey’s colorful papers. TV-G (#307)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Dimensions” Basic concepts in geometry, including
                            length, width, and area; using maps and grids; expressing locations in three
                            dimensions. TV-G (#109) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Review of two-, three-, and four-syllable words; reading
                            short narratives; sight words what and who; signs at an amusement park.
                            TV-G (#128) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Sid Webb’s Digital Studio C “Computer Animation” Sid explains the basics
                            of animation on the computer by creating a simple cartoon figure and
                            stepping through the process of animating it. He also shows other cartoons he
                            has drawn and animated using computer software. TV-G (#104)




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           4:30/3:30 PM     Hands On: Crafts for Kids C “Middle Ages Europe 1100 to 1450 AD”
                            Create a windmill, a battle shield, a tournament flag, a shop sigh, and a coat
                            of arms. TV-G (#607)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Animal Behavior” Ting and Mallory investigate equine
                            communication. Young Florida investigators find out whether sharks and
                            rays are really kissing cousins, while New Jersey kids investigate penguins.
                            Plus, neurobiologist Erich Jarvis researches birds, brains, and language
                            formation. TV-Y (#307)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Real Science! C “Space Encounters (Astronomer and Geochemist)” At the
                            Lick Observatory in Mount Hamilton, CA, an astronomer studies the origins
                            of stars. At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, others test the
                            theory that life on Earth was jump-started by a comet’s impact. TV-G (#801)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “The Great Galvez” Between the fall of 1779 and the spring
                            of 1780, Spanish Governor Bernardo de Galvez aids the American cause by
                            capturing Baton Rouge, Natchez, and Mobile. James and Henri sail down the
                            Mississippi River hoping to meet Galvez. In England, Sarah realizes that in
                            her heart she has become an American. She tells her mother that she intends
                            to return to Philadelphia. TV-Y7 (#129)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Model Behavior” To protect themselves from Hacker’s
                            constant attempts to capture cybersite Happily-Ever-After, the King and his
                            fairy-tale subjects construct a glass Skywall. But Hacker unfolds a scheme to
                            crack open the Skywall using the Wicked Witch’s Voice, and the kids must
                            construct a model of the situation to outwit him. TV-Y (#122)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Kentucky Time Capsule C K “Those Were the Days” Looks back at
                            Louisville in the early 20th century, from the first appearances of
                            automobiles and airplanes to World War I and the Roaring ’20s. A KET
                            production. TV-G (#109)
           8:00/7:00 PM     The New This Old House Hour C Kevin and the homeowner meet the
                            town’s building commissioner to discuss potential roadblocks in trying to
                            turn an accessory building into a full-time residence. Norm and the
                            preservation architect reconstruct the architectural history of the shed and
                            discover that the building is actually older than the zoning law itself. Tom
                            makes a house call to help secure a shaky newel post at the top of a stairway,
                            and Richard discovers a 50-year-old water heater that’s dangerously close to
                            the end of its life. TV-G (#202)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Frontline C “Tax Me If You Can” Some experts estimate that the U.S.
                            Treasury loses as much as $50 billion to tax shelters each year.
                            Correspondent Hedrick Smith provides an inside look at how big
                            corporations and wealthy individuals cut their taxes with intricate, hidden,
                            and abusive tax shelters and investigates the role of blue-chip accounting
                            firms in these secret deals. TV-None (#2208)




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          10:00/9:00 PM     Journey to Planet Earth C “Seas of Grass” Examines the devastating
                            environmental, political, and economic effects of the degradation of the
                            world's grasslands, which make up 20 percent of Earth's land surface. This
                            episode was filmed on the pampas in Argentina, the steppes of Mongolia, the
                            savannas of Kenya, the plains of South Africa, and the prairies of North
                            America. Matt Damon hosts. TV-PG (#202)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10679)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#174)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#173)
         1:00/12:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C Kevin and the homeowner meet the
                            town’s building commissioner to discuss potential roadblocks in trying to
                            turn an accessory building into a full-time residence. Norm and the
                            preservation architect reconstruct the architectural history of the shed and
                            discover that the building is actually older than the zoning law itself. Tom
                            makes a house call to help secure a shaky newel post at the top of a stairway,
                            and Richard discovers a 50-year-old water heater that’s dangerously close to
                            the end of its life. TV-G (#202)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Frontline C “Tax Me If You Can” Some experts estimate that the U.S.
                            Treasury loses as much as $50 billion to tax shelters each year.
                            Correspondent Hedrick Smith provides an inside look at how big
                            corporations and wealthy individuals cut their taxes with intricate, hidden,
                            and abusive tax shelters and investigates the role of blue-chip accounting
                            firms in these secret deals. TV-None (#2208)
          3:00/2:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C Kevin and the homeowner meet the
                            town’s building commissioner to discuss potential roadblocks in trying to
                            turn an accessory building into a full-time residence. Norm and the
                            preservation architect reconstruct the architectural history of the shed and
                            discover that the building is actually older than the zoning law itself. Tom
                            makes a house call to help secure a shaky newel post at the top of a stairway,
                            and Richard discovers a 50-year-old water heater that’s dangerously close to
                            the end of its life. TV-G (#202)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Frontline C “Tax Me If You Can” Some experts estimate that the U.S.
                            Treasury loses as much as $50 billion to tax shelters each year.
                            Correspondent Hedrick Smith provides an inside look at how big
                            corporations and wealthy individuals cut their taxes with intricate, hidden,
                            and abusive tax shelters and investigates the role of blue-chip accounting
                            firms in these secret deals. TV-None (#2208)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “Seas of Grass” Examines the devastating
                            environmental, political, and economic effects of the degradation of the
                            world's grasslands, which make up 20 percent of Earth's land surface. This
                            episode was filmed on the pampas in Argentina, the steppes of Mongolia, the
                            savannas of Kenya, the plains of South Africa, and the prairies of North
                            America. Matt Damon hosts. TV-PG (#202)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None




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          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Lionel’s Great Escape Trick” Lionel ties himself up
                            with ropes and tries to escape without magic words. TV-Y (#114)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C After a game of crab soccer, kids share their ideas for new holidays.
                            Rachel makes fluffy peanut butter dip, and guest Amanda plays both classical
                            and Cajun violin. The Zoomers accept a challenge to build something to keep
                            instant oatmeal warm. TV-Y (#322)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Ox-Cart Man” Donald Hall’s book about the daily life
                            of an early 19th-century New England family inspires LeVar to visit Old
                            Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, a hands-on living museum where he
                            learns about training oxen, blacksmithing, bartering, and other 1800s skills.
                            Lorne Greene narrates. TV-Y (#203)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1703)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Question Man shows how to take a phone message, Laverne helps
                            shoppers get the best deals on television sets, and pop/rock band BETTY
                            teaches about homonyms. Job seekers learn how to write résumés, and an
                            Indiana woman talks about going back to school as an adult so she could
                            become a nurse. TV-G (#106)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Go to the Movies/Pet Show” The Bear Family tries to
                            take in a movie, but has a fun-filled adventure just making it to the theatre.
                            Also, Brother enters Gran's parrot in the pet show. TV-Y (#131)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “It’s Hot! It’s Cold!” At the end of a day spent learning
                            about “hot” and “cold,” Barney turns the playground into a winter/summer
                            wonderland. TV-Y (#806)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art C “Freedom To Roam (Part 3)” Jerry
                            continues working on the landscape and adds a foundation for the placement
                            of the buffalo. TV-G (#907)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Simply Painting Around the World C “Etretat” Frank Clarke, Ireland's most
                            sought-after and prolific painter, shares anecdotes from past trips and teaches
                            in his let’s-have-fun style. TV-G (#807)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Martha’s Sewing Room C “3-D Appliqué” Three-dimensional appliqué
                            techniques, bias piping with a ruffle-edged rotary cutter, and the long- and
                            short-hand embroidery stitches. Guests are Lindee Goodall and Kathy Neal.
                            TV-G (#1607)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Sew Young Sew Fun C “Heartland/Heart of America” Discover the
                            tradition of quilt-making with Bonnie Browning from the Museum of the
                            American Quilter’s Society in Paducah, KY. Plus, Bonnie shows how to
                            make patriotic Uncle Sam appliqué pillow. TV-G (#507)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Reading Test” Reviews the skills
                            required, the subjects covered, and the kinds of questions included on the
                            2002 GED reading test. TV-G (#111) V




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    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Social Studies Test” Tips on
                            reading and interpreting maps, charts, and graphics; information on the
                            content areas covered on the social studies section of the 2002 GED Test; and
                            sample test questions. TV-G (#116) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Michael Chiarello’s Napa Casual Cooking C “Vegging Out” Michael
                            cooks vegetables slowly in a hearty Italian dish called a tiella, then quickly
                            for a warm pasta salad and a frittata. Chef Cindy Pawlcyn leads a tour of her
                            newest restaurant, Miramonte, and makes pottery in her home studio. TV-G
                            (#220)
          1:30/12:30 PM     New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends C “Cakes To Die For”
                            Jeff’s array of mouth-watering cakes includes his secret-recipe babka and a
                            strawberries-and-cream sponge cake. TV-G (#307)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom C “New Year’s” Burt explains why we
                            celebrate the new year on January 1, how noise keeps evil spirits away, what
                            makes a champagne cork pop, and why caviar is acceptable on New Year’s
                            Eve but not on New Year’s Day. TV-G (#105)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Campfire Café “Hunter’s Venison Stew” Johnny makes hearty hunter’s stew
                            and an unusual Southern venison torte over an open campfire. Rounding out
                            the meal are a fresh garden salad with homemade feta cheese dressing and
                            coconut macaroon cake. TV-G (#106)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “How Much?” The base-10 system; working with decimal
                            fractions less than 1; computing sales tax; weight, capacity, and volume;
                            different ways of expressing the same amount or quantity. TV-G (#108) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Math Basics C K “Dimensions” Basic concepts in geometry, including
                            length, width, and area; using maps and grids; expressing locations in three
                            dimensions. TV-G (#109) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Odysseys & Ovations C “Bangkok, Thailand” A privileged tour of the
                            King’s palace is followed by a cruise along the river and through the canals of
                            the city, then a tour of the Temple of Dawn. Other highlights include a visit to
                            a market; tips on cooking “Thai style”; the famous Oriental; and the
                            world-renowned Salirimnam, Thailand’s cultural diner and dance theater.
                            TV-G (#207)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Simply Ming C “Butter Shortbread Dough” Ming’s amazing butter
                            shortbread dough creates cookies that are simultaneously rich, sweet, crisp,
                            and a melt-in-your-mouth experience. Easy to make and then freeze for
                            perfect cookies anytime, this master dough can be baked alone or with
                            Ming’s flavorful additions. Blending spices, chocolate, or nuts with this
                            sweet buttery dough, Ming turns out delicious confections like five spice
                            shortbread, double chocolate-ginger shortbread, and caramel macadamia nut
                            crunch cookies. He is then joined by guest chef Tricia Karter from the
                            Dancing Deer Baking Company, who prepares two uniquely-flavored treats:
                            pepita lemon cranberry shortbread and parmesan with pinenuts. TV-G (#120)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Treasures in Your Attic C “Jewel T—Autumn Leaf” Joe and Helaine
                            examine a great collection of "Jewel T–Autumn Leaf." TV-G (#401)


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           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Museums C “The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Collective
                            Vision” A patron with a zest for life and exquisite taste, Boston’s Isabella
                            Stewart Gardner traveled the world for more than 30 years, assembling one of
                            the world’s most remarkable art collections. It includes works by Rembrandt,
                            Titian, Sargent, Whistler, and Matisse as well as architectural antiquities,
                            medieval stained glass windows, tapestries, painted leather “wallpaper,” and
                            rare books. TV-G (#207)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “In Praise of Ben” Back in Philadelphia, Sarah is reunited
                            with Moses, James, and Henri. Together, they fight back against a Tory boy’s
                            disparaging remarks about Benjamin Franklin by telling him all about
                            Franklin’s discoveries, inventions, writings, and diplomatic
                            accomplishments. TV-Y7 (#130)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “True Colors” A supposedly “reformed” Hacker runs for
                            election against Motherboard, claiming to have done five good deeds and
                            promising to turn over a new leaf. Can the kids prove that his claims are false,
                            or will Hacker be elected the new ruler of cyberspace? TV-Y (#204)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1305)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4342)
           8:30/7:30 PM     Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#243)
           9:00/8:00 PM     NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#316)
          10:00/9:00 PM     The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2216)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Comment on Kentucky C K Journalists from around the state discuss news
                            of the day with host Al Smith. A KET production. TV-None (#3024) V
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10680)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#175)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#174)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4342)
         1:30/12:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#243)
          2:00/1:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#316)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4342)
          3:30/2:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#243)
          4:00/3:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#316)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Great Streets C “Venice’s Grand Canal with Nathan Lane” Nathan Lane’s
                            journey goes behind the clichés as Lane discovers a vibrant city disguised as
                            a living museum. TV-G (#102)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood C “Then and Now” A pantomime artist
                            mimes some of the characters from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The
                            Trolley has some new tricks, including showing pictures from the past and
                            pictures of how things look upside-down. TV-Y (#1668)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Here Kitty, Kitty” When Miss Jo loses her cat, Barney
                            and the children spend the day helping her find it. Along the way, they learn
                            all about cats. TV-Y (#804)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Sesame Street C The series delivers academic and social information that
                            prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show’s curriculum has
                            been set by academic research on preschoolers. TV-Y (#4064)
          8:00/7:00 AM      GED Connection C “Orientation” An overview of the 2002 version of the
                            GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online
                            lessons can help adults prepare. TV-G (#101)
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Social Studies Test” Tips on
                            reading and interpreting maps, charts, and graphics; information on the
                            content areas covered on the social studies section of the 2002 GED Test; and
                            sample test questions. TV-G (#116) V



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          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Decimals” Reviews how to read decimal numbers,
                            calculate with them, and solve everyday problems involving decimals. TV-G
                            (#130) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Fractions” What fractions represent, how to judge
                            the relative sizes of different fractions, calculating with them, and solving
                            everyday fraction problems. TV-G (#131) V
         10:00/9:00 AM      Between the Lions C “Dreaming Shakespeare” Can Anthony Asbury help a
                            chicken looking for a book about plumbing become a star in a Shakespeare
                            play? (Text: Shakespeare; key word: dream; target vowel: ea.) TV-Y (#220)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Adventures from the Book of Virtues C “Compassion” When an immigrant
                            family loses their home in a terrible fire, Plato and Aurora counter Zach’s
                            excuses for not getting involved with several inspiring stories about the need
                            for compassion. TV-Y (#104)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Angelina Ballerina C “The Gift/Treasure Tandems” Angelina makes Miss
                            Lilly a Christmas present but begins to doubt its worth since it didn’t cost a
                            lot of money. So she sets out to raise money to pay for a “better” gift.
                            Angelina and Alice compete in a tandem bicycle race against twins who
                            don’t play fair. Then when the twins are caught in a raging river, the girls
                            must decide whether to help them out. TV-Y (#102)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series C “One True Friend” Diana
                            comes down with a case of head lice. Anne feels only sympathy, takes the
                            necessary precautions, and thinks nothing more of it—until the other
                            schoolmates start to make fun of Diana and shun Anne for remaining her
                            friend. Anne considers abandoning Diana in order to salvage her coveted
                            popularity, but decides that loyalty to her friend is more important. TV-Y
                            (#107)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       The Southern Gardener C “Winter Daphne” Hosted by Dr. Rick Ludwig,
                            the series provides valuable tips for gardening, landscaping, and maintaining
                            a lawn in the southeastern part of the United States. This weekly series is for
                            gardeners of all kinds—from occasional gardeners to the serious gardeners
                            who spend hours each week and derive great satisfaction from their labors.
                            TV-G (#549)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       The Victory Garden C Add some romance to your garden by using borders
                            to create intimate private spaces. Host Michael Weishan visits the
                            breathtaking formal garden rooms at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in
                            Miami. Then, Michael and expert John Feerick share a simple technique for
                            installing fences and gardening correspondent Paul Epsom introduces the
                            right tools to make crisp edges on garden beds and borders. Then, heading
                            south to Miami, Michael meets with guest chef Aarón Sanchez to create a
                            dish from Puerto Rico—ensalada de Bacalao—and adapts it for brunch.
                            TV-G (#2903)




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          1:00/12:00 PM     The New Yankee Workshop C “The Gardener’s Dry Sink” Outdoors or in,
                            this hard working bench provides a place to work on plants, repot them, and
                            store the numerous items plant lovers use. It’s built of cypress for resistance
                            to decay and is finished with a dry sink lined with copper. TV-G (#1613)
          1:30/12:30 PM     This Old House C Kevin and the homeowner meet with the town’s building
                            commissioner to discuss the roadblocks she faces in trying to turn an
                            accessory building into a full-time residence. Norm and the preservation
                            architect reconstruct the architectural history of the shed and discover that the
                            building is actually older than the zoning law itself. TV-G (#2302)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Ask This Old House C Tom helps homeowner Christian Dierkes of
                            Arlington, MA secure a shaky newel post at the top of his stairway. Richard
                            replaces a 50-year-old water heater that’s dangerously close to the end of its
                            life with a new model designed to meet strict new national safety regulations.
                            TV-G (#202)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Hometime C “Urban Backyard (Part 3): Planting” Dean and Robin finish
                            soil prep and planting as they wrap up the landscaping of the small backyard.
                            TV-G (#1703)
           3:00/2:00 PM     America’s Walking C “This Woman’s Not Stopping” Kristin, a young
                            schoolteacher who has walked eight miles to work every day for several
                            years, tells how it has made her both healthier and happier. Nutritionist Laney
                            Hixon explains the importance of portion control, and a report from
                            Chattanooga, TN, chronicles how it has revitalized itself into one of the most
                            walkable cities in America. The visit includes a stop at Point Park on Lookout
                            Mountain, where a special Civil War memorial honors both the North and the
                            South. TV-G (#108)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Great Getaways “Trails of the Snow Shoe Priest” Baraga County is moose
                            territory, and the guys hit the trails to try to get a look at these magnificent
                            creatures. Along the way, they also get to see some of the area’s fine rivers
                            and waterfalls under their winter blankets. TV-G (#201)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure C “Getting Certified To Dive in
                            Florida” Brian tries scuba diving, a sport he had never gotten around to
                            because of the time commitment required to get certified. He reports to the
                            Captain Slate Atlantis Dive Center on Key Largo, one of many schools where
                            procedural changes have dramatically shortened the period of instruction and
                            practice. TV-G (#816)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Raghorn News Outdoors From the publishers of Raghorn News Outdoors
                            Magazine comes the only outdoor TV show about Indiana. Each program
                            contains news, information, and tips on seasonal topics from the woods to the
                            water. TV-G (#249)




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           5:00/4:00 PM     Wild Nevada “Mount Charleston and Red Rock Canyon” Chris and Dave
                            head into the Spring Mountain National Recreation Area west of Las Vegas.
                            They hike among bristlecone pines near Mount Charleston, enjoy an evening
                            at a mountain resort as snow begins to fall, take rock-climbing lessons in the
                            Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area, and tour Spring Mountain Ranch State
                            Park. TV-G (#104)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Flavors of America with Chef Jim Coleman C “Wahoo Fishing (Fiji
                            Island)” Wahoo, sometimes called the ocean barracuda or Pacific kingfish, is
                            a large deep sea fish which is fun to catch and delightful to taste. The Fiji
                            islands are the backdrop to an amazing fishing excursion and seafood meal.
                            TV-G (#704)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Mixed Media C K “Brown-Forman Art/Stephanie Potter/West Louisville
                            Boys Choir” Take a look at the incredible art collection located at the
                            corporate offices of Brown-Forman in downtown Louisville, meet Frankfort
                            artist Stephanie Potter, and hear the West Louisville Boys Choir. A 2004
                            KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. TV-G (#624) V
           6:30/5:30 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “South England: Dover to Land’s End” Rick ponders
                            Roman, Norman, and Nazi invasions and explores Admiral Nelson’s
                            flagship. TV-G (#103)
           7:00/6:00 PM     Tales of the Kentucky Derby: You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ C K From
                            Millionaires’ Row to the infield, an impressionistic look at the Derby as
                            social event and cultural barometer. Produced by Louis Guida and Tim
                            Callahan of Lexington with support from the KET Fund for Independent
                            Production. TV-PG
           8:00/7:00 PM     History Detectives C “Charles W. Morgan Whaling Ship/Witch’s
                            House/Jigsaw Puzzle” Does a whaling ship docked in Mystic, CT, hold
                            secrets about the Underground Railroad? Did a house in Essex County, MS,
                            once belong to an accused witch? And were women really playing contact
                            sports in the late 19th century? TV-G (#103)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Diesel Powered Saxophone in Captivity” An
                            old school rival, Goatie, and his wife are recruiting Nora for church cleaning
                            duties. Compo could never stand Goatie's superior attitude, so he challenges
                            the man to submit to certain tests to prove who is superior. TV-G (#147)
           9:30/8:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth is appalled at her neighbor’s
                            behavior. TV-G (#201)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Waiting for God C Tom returns from the hospital to find that his son, now
                            separated from his wife, wants to stay with Tom and Diana. They will have
                            none of it. TV-G (#138)
          10:30/9:30 PM     As Time Goes By C Judith and Sandy no longer have boyfriends, so Jean
                            wants to think of a way to cheer them up. TV-G (#155)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Jubilee C K “Bluegrass Legends” The Legends have played with all of the
                            big names, and now they get together for fun. Recorded at the 2000 Osborne
                            Brothers Hometown Festival in Hyden. A KET production. TV-G (#618)



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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Antiques Roadshow C “Savannah (Part 3)” At the Savannah International
                            Trade and Convention Center, appraisers look for some of Savannah’s
                            hidden treasures and are pleased to find a 100-year-old bronze birdbath, a
                            Swiss automaton watch passed down in the same family for five generations,
                            and a Newcomb Pottery chocolate set worth $50,000 to $60,000. TV-G
                            (#812)
         1:00/12:00 AM      American Family C “The War Begins” Conrado prepares to go to Iraq from
                            Kuwait. Back in East L.A., Jess and Nina argue about the war, and Jess tells
                            Nina she must leave. In a flashback to 1986, Conrado recalls his first
                            encounter with Alicia, while Jess and Berta discuss the sacrifices everyone
                            must make to send Conrado to medical school. Flashing back to 1917, Adela
                            leads the children through the Mexican countryside, where she is abducted by
                            El Carnicero. TV-PG (#202)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Nova C “Life’s Greatest Miracle” A completely updated remake of Lennart
                            Nilsson’s world-famous film Miracle of Life uses the latest technological
                            advances in microscopy and medical imaging to tell the inside-the-womb
                            story of human life from conception to birth. TV-PG (#2816)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Flight School” This episode tells the story of how an
                            experimental, artificial breeding and training program, in which surrogate
                            human “parents” teach the chicks how to fly and migrate, is helping to coax
                            North America’s endangered whooping cranes back from the brink of
                            extinction. Nurtured by scientists who assume the appearance of cranes to
                            ensure that the chicks will “imprint” with, and follow, them as they would
                            follow adult cranes, the young birds are trained in preparation for flight.
                            When they are ready, the birds are led on their maiden migratory flights by
                            airborne scientists piloting tiny “microlite” aircraft. TV-G (#2111)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “Seas of Grass” Examines the devastating
                            environmental, political, and economic effects of the degradation of the
                            world's grasslands, which make up 20 percent of Earth's land surface. This
                            episode was filmed on the pampas in Argentina, the steppes of Mongolia, the
                            savannas of Kenya, the plains of South Africa, and the prairies of North
                            America. Matt Damon hosts. TV-PG (#202)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Innovation C “Miracle Cell” This program investigates the emerging field
                            of stem cells and “regenerative medicine,” and explores the possibility that
                            these cells can provide the elusive cure for heart attacks, diabetes, spinal cord
                            injuries, and more. TV-PG (#906)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Smart Gardening This magazine-style series takes viewers into gardens
                            across the country to explore and share smart gardening tips. Studio segments
                            revolve around three separate locations: the greenhouse, courtyard, and
                            kitchen. In addition, on-location segments take viewers to places of
                            extraordinary beauty where innovative and practical techniques are shared.
                            TV-G (#103)




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          6:30/5:30 AM      Graham Kerr’s Gathering Place C “Chiliquiles” Guided by his wealth of
                            culinary experience and infused with the flavors of meals served at his
                            gathering place, Graham Kerr invites audiences to experience the magic and
                            the blessings of fine, healthy, informal, and international food. TV-G (#107)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Burt Wolf Travels and Traditions C “Northwestern Switzerland” Burt visits
                            a 500-year-old divorce court, a 2,000-year-old Roman kitchen, a ferry that
                            offers travelers a short course in philosophy as they cross the Rhine River,
                            and Basil’s carnival. His Swiss odyssey also answers the questions of why
                            cookies are sold in tins, how paper was first made, and why calligraphy has
                            survived both the invention of the printing press and the computer. TV-G
                            (#312)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Classical Stretch C Features a new method of stretching the entire body
                            gently and artistically—the first comprehensive, overall stretching program
                            created for public television. Miranda Esmonde-White takes viewers to many
                            scenic locations as she helps them create toner bodies. TV-G (#203)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Wai Lana Yoga Wai Lana demonstrates the beauty and health benefits of the
                            ancient art of yoga. TV-G (#515)
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Measurement” A variety of uses for measurement,
                            how to calculate in the English and metric systems, and how to solve for the
                            perimeters and areas of various shapes. TV-G (#133) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Formulas” Shows how people use formulas in some
                            practical situations and reviews commonly used formulas. TV-G (#134) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Geometry” Reviews geometry terms, basic
                            properties of angles and triangles, and methods for solving a variety of
                            geometry problems. TV-G (#135) V
         10:00/9:00 AM      To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1305)
         10:30/9:30 AM      The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2216)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4342)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street C Host Louis Rukeyser and his guests provide
                            the latest news in the world of business and finance. TV-None (#301)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Rick Steves’ Europe C “Portugal’s Heartland” Rick marches with pilgrims
                            on the anniversary of a miracle, samples university life, and rummages
                            through the riches of Portugal’s Golden Age. TV-G (#101)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Great Getaways “Sault Ste. Marie Winter” Nestled on the Eastern shores of
                            Lake Superior and along the banks of St. Mary's River, Sault Ste. Marie has
                            long been a favorite destination in the north. Rich maritime history,
                            spectacular natural beauty, and an amazing array of exciting attractions
                            continue to draw people to this area. TV-G (#205)




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          1:00/12:00 PM     Waiting for God C Tom returns from the hospital to find that his son, now
                            separated from his wife, wants to stay with Tom and Diana. They will have
                            none of it. TV-G (#138)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Diesel Powered Saxophone in Captivity” An
                            old school rival, Goatie, and his wife are recruiting Nora for church cleaning
                            duties. Compo could never stand Goatie's superior attitude, so he challenges
                            the man to submit to certain tests to prove who is superior. TV-G (#147)
           2:00/1:00 PM     As Time Goes By C Judith and Sandy no longer have boyfriends, so Jean
                            wants to think of a way to cheer them up. TV-G (#155)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth is appalled at her neighbor’s
                            behavior. TV-G (#201)
           3:00/2:00 PM     bookclub@ket C K “Rafting Rise” Host Bill Goodman and a panel of guests
                            discuss Joe Survant’s Rafting Rise, a combination of poetry and narrative set
                            in the central Kentucky basins of the Rough, Green, and Ohio Rivers in
                            1916-17. A KET production. TV-G (#604) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly C In-depth coverage of the top religion and
                            ethics stories of the week. Bob Abernethy hosts. TV-None (#733)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Real Science! C “Smashing Electrics!” A behind-the-scenes look at the
                            Stanford Linear Accelerator Center provides insight into its mission. In
                            Corona, CA, a tour of the Fender guitar factory shows how the famous
                            instruments are made. TV-G (#711)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Forensics” Carolyn and Kaila turn into forensic scientists
                            to solve a birthday mystery. Also, meet Jose' Almirall, a criminalist with the
                            Metro-Dade Police Department Crime Laboratory Bureau who does real-life
                            scientific sleuthing. TV-Y (#304)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Zoboomafoo C “Ants and Eaters” Afraid that a visiting anteater will eat
                            Animal Junction’s resident ant colony, Zoboo tries to broker a peace
                            agreement between the creatures. Then he learns that the ants have their own
                            ways of protecting themselves from predators. TV-Y (#223)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Harriet Hippo and the Mean Green” Hacker infects
                            Motherboard with a new virus that causes her to make cyber-citizens do bad
                            things. To make the antidote, Digit and the kids have to find and mix several
                            ingredients and combine some strange fractions: 2/5 of the Electro-Root, 2/8
                            of the Healing Stone, and 1/3 of a box of Hacker’s wig gel. TV-Y (#203)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Zoom C Kids pick new names for themselves, Kaleigh makes edible
                            chocolate bowls, and guest Avery shows some of the model cars he has built.
                            Frances and Rachel put together a tangram. TV-Y (#327)
           6:30/5:30 PM     In the Mix C “Careers: Focus on Your Future” Explores some of today’s
                            hottest careers and offers advice on what it takes to get there, including tips
                            for job interviews. TV-PG (#421)




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           7:00/6:00 PM     American Family C “The Farewell” Nina prepares Pablito’s breakfast for
                            the last time before moving out. Esteban and Ofelia cut their honeymoon
                            short to be with the family during the Iraq war. In Iraq, Conrado experiences
                            conflicting emotions as he operates on an Iraqi woman. In a flashback to
                            1986, Conrado tells Berta he doesn’t want her to clean houses so he can go to
                            medical school. In a flashback to the Mexican Revolution, Adela takes orders
                            from El Carnicero, while Roberto becomes the bugle boy. TV-PG (#203)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nature C “Land of the Falling Lakes” Takes viewers to the exotic forest of
                            Plitvice Lakes National Park and World Heritage Site, the oldest national
                            park in Europe, situated in the Dinaric Mountains of Croatia. The forest,
                            known as the Devil’s Garden, is home to an array of strange wildlife, such as
                            the baby dragon, great tit, edible dormouse, capercaillie, diced snake, and
                            tiny Martino vole, all of which share a landscape of 16 falling lakes arranged
                            in breathtaking terraces, connected by countless waterfalls and rapids. TV-G
                            (#2112)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 1)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 1 of 2) TV-14-D-L-V (#3310)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Globe Trekker C “Hungary and Romania” Ian’s journey begins in Budapest,
                            where he samples the traditional Hungarian sausage, luxuriates at the thermal
                            baths, and steps into the past as he visits a communist theme park. He hitches
                            a ride to Eger, where he visits a refuge for zoo animals, checks out the
                            Baroque architecture, and picks grapes at a vineyard. Ian crosses the border
                            into Romania, where his first stop is Transylvania’s medieval town
                            Sighisoara, the birthplace of the legendary Dracula. He then crosses the
                            Fagaras peaks, enjoys a gypsy festival in Bistrita, and tours the Romanian
                            capital of Bucharest. TV-G (#218)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Nature C “Land of the Falling Lakes” Takes viewers to the exotic forest of
                            Plitvice Lakes National Park and World Heritage Site, the oldest national
                            park in Europe, situated in the Dinaric Mountains of Croatia. The forest,
                            known as the Devil’s Garden, is home to an array of strange wildlife, such as
                            the baby dragon, great tit, edible dormouse, capercaillie, diced snake, and
                            tiny Martino vole, all of which share a landscape of 16 falling lakes arranged
                            in breathtaking terraces, connected by countless waterfalls and rapids. TV-G
                            (#2112)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 1)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 1 of 2) TV-14-D-L-V (#3310)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Land of the Falling Lakes” Takes viewers to the exotic forest of
                            Plitvice Lakes National Park and World Heritage Site, the oldest national
                            park in Europe, situated in the Dinaric Mountains of Croatia. The forest,
                            known as the Devil’s Garden, is home to an array of strange wildlife, such as
                            the baby dragon, great tit, edible dormouse, capercaillie, diced snake, and
                            tiny Martino vole, all of which share a landscape of 16 falling lakes arranged
                            in breathtaking terraces, connected by countless waterfalls and rapids. TV-G
                            (#2112)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 1)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 1 of 2) TV-14-D-L-V (#3310)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Step by Step” The lions find a treasure map that
                            belonged to Barnaby B. Busterfield III and go hunting for library treasure.
                            India.Arie, Brian McKnight, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Melissa Etheridge
                            guest star. (Key word: step; target vowel: short e.) TV-Y (#404)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Kids pick new names for themselves, Kaleigh makes edible
                            chocolate bowls, and guest Avery shows some of the model cars he has built.
                            Frances and Rachel put together a tangram. TV-Y (#327)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “June 29, 1999” In David Wiesner’s book June 29,
                            1999, a science project apparently goes awry and propels readers into a
                            whimsical world of science fiction ... or is it science fact? Charles Kimbrough
                            narrates. TV-Y (#1005)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1704)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Olympic track star Florence Griffith Joyner introduces a segment
                            in which skaters Tai Babalonia and Randy Gardner calculate an average. An
                            animated segment shows how to look up a word in a dictionary, and New
                            York artist Esperanza Cortez shares her battle with dyslexia. TV-G (#107)



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          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Car Trip/Pick Up and Put Away” The cubs
                            discover there’s more fun and adventure on a trip to Bear Country’s National
                            Parks than any amusement park could ever offer. And brother learns the
                            value of finding places for everything and putting everything in its proper
                            place when his cluttered room gets in the way of a Bear Scouts project. TV-Y
                            (#132)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “A Perfectly Purple Day” When Sarah accidentally
                            spills red paint into the blue paint, a mess turns into a perfectly purple day.
                            The children paint pictures, make purple flowers, and plan a purple party for
                            their friend Colleen. TV-Y (#807)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Best of The Joy of Painting “Waterfall in the Woods” From the archives
                            of the late Bob Ross, instruction in “wet-on-wet” technique to delight and
                            encourage the painting hobbyist. TV-G (#1834)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Frank Clarke’s Simply Painting: Beautiful Ireland in Watercolours
                            “Sheep in the Mist, Connemara” A quintessential West Ireland scene: sheep
                            lazily grazing in a misty mountain meadow. TV-G (#108)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Sewing with Nancy C “Crazy Quilting with Attitude (Part 2)” Nancy and
                            guest Barbara Randle illustrate how to enhance crazy quilting with bobbin
                            work, "driving," braid with tassels, buttons, and "little person" appliqués.
                            TV-G (#1708)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting C “Jubilee Album Quilt: Unit Appliqué”
                            After showing an appliqué sampler quilt by prize winners Sue Nichols and
                            Pat Holly, Marianne and Liz show how to build combination appliqué units,
                            how to pre-join appliqué elements, and how to do fusible reverse appliqué.
                            TV-G (#208)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Themes in U.S. History” Explores key events and
                            themes—such as the nation’s multicultural nature—that have made the
                            United States what it is today. TV-G (#117) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Science Test” An overview of the
                            GED science test with sample questions and an explanation of the scientific
                            method. TV-G (#122) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Ciao Italia ... in Tuscany C “Cucinare in Fattoria/Farm Cooking” Mary Ann
                            travels to Siena to visit Randall Stratton, manager of Spannocchia, a working
                            farm museum dedicated to preserving traditional Italian agricultural
                            methods. Her typical “farmhand dinner” includes farro salad, chicken breasts
                            with white wine, and salame dolce (chocolate cookies). TV-G (#1308)
          1:30/12:30 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Ken Frank #2” Follows Ken Frank and his
                            staff at La Toque Restaurant as they prepare two six-course meals, from
                            initial order through all the stages of preparation and presentation. TV-G
                            (#108)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Anything I Can Do “Wouldst Thou Wood” An heirloom “cricket” bench.
                            TV-G (#108)




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           2:30/1:30 PM     For Your Home C “Slipcover Workshop” Viewers have asked Vicki and
                            Sloan for tips to make stylish slipcovers, so they're dedicating this entire
                            show to the subject. TV-G (#1508)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Ratio, Proportion, and Percent” Explores how and
                            why people use ratios, proportions, and percentages to compare numbers and
                            solve problems. TV-G (#132) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Finding the Main Idea” Learning
                            new vocabulary; identifying the subject of a sentence; identifying which
                            sentence best states the topic of a passage. Darrell goes job hunting, Rhonda
                            looks into continuing education opportunities, and both find possible new
                            romances along the way. TV-G (#102) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Designer’s Landscape with Gary Alan C “Kennelly Residence I” Graduate
                            horticulturist Gary Alan offers a new look at landscape design and
                            installation. TV-G (#710)
           4:30/3:30 PM     The Grand View “Death Valley National Park” Baumann treks into the
                            mythical region known as Death Valley. Along his journey he meets Grace
                            Goad, an American Indian native to the region; Dave Heffner, California
                            49'rs historian; and Charles Callagen, Death Valley Interpretive ranger.
                            Baumann concludes the show by painting 20 Mule Team Canyon. TV-G
                            (#108)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Great Cars “Alfa Romeo” Long before Dustin Hoffman discovered it in The
                            Graduate, a nascent, Neapolitan entrepreneur, Nicola Romeo had taken over
                            this fledgling auto company and turned it into a racing and sports car legend.
                            TV-G (#108)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Tracks Ahead C “Ward Kimball” Excitement and history of railroading.
                            TV-G (#108)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Bostonians” While in New York to report on the fighting
                            between the colonists and the Iroquois led by chief Joseph Brant, James sees
                            atrocities committed by both sides. Sarah catches up with her friend Abigail
                            Adams, whose husband John has just returned from a diplomatic assignment
                            in France. TV-Y7 (#131)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “R-Fair City” Disguised as a gypsy, Hacker lures Digit to a
                            fantastic cyber amusement park and holds him captive. When the kids arrive,
                            they analyze the games of chance, figure out which ones are fair, and use
                            what they learn to find Hacker and try to beat him at his own game before it is
                            too late. TV-Y (#103)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Louisville Health C K “Urban Health Policy” Studies show that urban health
                            care matters largely affect those at the lower ends of the social, educational,
                            and economic scales. Dr. Wayne Tuckson and attorney Larry Palmer discuss
                            urban health policy and how the Tuskegee legacy may still affect efforts to
                            raise the overall health status of African Americans. A production of the
                            University of Louisville. TV-None (#402)



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           8:00/7:00 PM     Antiques Roadshow C “Chicago (Part 1)” Appraiser Simeon Lipman
                            answers questions about collecting baseball memorabilia and gives an
                            overview of local baseball history at the Chicago Historical Society. The
                            lineup of finds at the Navy Pier Convention Center includes a rare Beatles
                            “butcher” album cover, a Russian magnifying glass commemorating the
                            300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, and a 1749 portrait of Harvard
                            College President Reverend Edward Holyoke accompanied by a “Newport”
                            chair built in Boston, with a combined value of $85,000 to $100,000. TV-G
                            (#801)
           9:00/8:00 PM     American Experience C “Patriots Day” This program looks behind the
                            scenes at the everyday Americans who annually re-create the famous
                            Revolutionary battle of Lexington and Concord. TV-PG (#1608)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Martin Luther “Driven to Defiance” Martin Luther is born into a world
                            dominated by the Catholic Church. For the keenly spiritual Luther, the
                            church’s promise of salvation is irresistible. Caught in a thunderstorm and
                            terrified by the possibility of imminent death, he vows to become a monk.
                            After entering the monastery, Luther becomes increasingly doubtful that the
                            church can actually offer him salvation. His views crystallize further when he
                            travels to Rome and finds the capital of Catholicism swamped in corruption.
                            Wracked by despair, Luther finds release in the pages of the bible,
                            discovering that it is not the church, but his own individual faith that will
                            guarantee his salvation. In his famous 95 Theses, he attacks the practice of
                            selling Indulgences, putting himself on an irreversible path to conflict with
                            the most powerful institution of the day. TV-G (#101)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10681)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#176)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#175)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Chicago (Part 1)” Appraiser Simeon Lipman
                            answers questions about collecting baseball memorabilia and gives an
                            overview of local baseball history at the Chicago Historical Society. The
                            lineup of finds at the Navy Pier Convention Center includes a rare Beatles
                            “butcher” album cover, a Russian magnifying glass commemorating the
                            300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, and a 1749 portrait of Harvard
                            College President Reverend Edward Holyoke accompanied by a “Newport”
                            chair built in Boston, with a combined value of $85,000 to $100,000. TV-G
                            (#801)
          2:00/1:00 AM      American Experience C “Patriots Day” This program looks behind the
                            scenes at the everyday Americans who annually re-create the famous
                            Revolutionary battle of Lexington and Concord. TV-PG (#1608)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Chicago (Part 1)” Appraiser Simeon Lipman
                            answers questions about collecting baseball memorabilia and gives an
                            overview of local baseball history at the Chicago Historical Society. The
                            lineup of finds at the Navy Pier Convention Center includes a rare Beatles
                            “butcher” album cover, a Russian magnifying glass commemorating the
                            300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, and a 1749 portrait of Harvard
                            College President Reverend Edward Holyoke accompanied by a “Newport”
                            chair built in Boston, with a combined value of $85,000 to $100,000. TV-G
                            (#801)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Defiant Requiem C The Oregon Symphony and Portland Opera Chorus
                            re-create the circumstances of a performance of Giuseppi Verdi’s Requiem
                            by prisoners in the Nazi concentration camp at Terezin during World War II.
                            Conceived, written, and conducted by Murry Sidlin as a tribute to Terezin
                            choral conductor Raphael Schachter, the program tells the story of the artists
                            through dramatic reenactments, archival film, interviews with camp
                            survivors, and Verdi’s dramatic words and music. In staging their
                            performance, the defiant prisoners declared, “We must sing to them what we
                            cannot say to them.” TV-PG




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          5:30/4:30 AM      Our Mother’s Recipe C This is the story of three American-Jewish women
                            who reconcile their roles as mothers, daughters, homemakers, and career
                            women with their ties to family, religion, and generations of women before
                            them. While Ada, Bernice, and Brenda prepare for their annual Passover
                            Seder, welcome their guests, read the Haggadah, and eat the festive meal,
                            they reveal the restrictions they encountered over the course of their lives as
                            Jews and as women. Paralleling the Exodus story of the slaves of Egypt,
                            these sisters finally escape their burdens and are able to celebrate and
                            appreciate their family and their freedom. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Touching the Moon” Leona keeps the whole family
                            awake because she wants a queen to touch the moon. TV-Y (#107)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#601)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Math Curse” Explores how math is used to find
                            solutions to problems. In the book Math Curse, a little girl feels cursed when
                            everything she sees or thinks about becomes a math problem. In the studio,
                            an artist demonstrates how she uses math to create art. Other featured books:
                            Pigs on a Blanket, Twelve Snails to One Lizard, and Marvelous Math. TV-Y
                            (#1301)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1705)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Putting It All Together” Two- and three-dimensional
                            shapes; sorting and classifying shapes; the relationships among volume,
                            surface area, and shape; ratio and proportion; figuring cost per unit. TV-G
                            (#111) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Hug & Make Up/Big Road Race” Brother and Sister
                            take each other's feelings into account while preparing routines for a
                            backyard circus. And Brother and his friends cooperate to build and race a go
                            cart. TV-Y (#133)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Day and Night” With a little Barney magic, the
                            children experience the differences between day and night. TV-Y (#808)
         10:00/9:00 AM      America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated C “Better Than
                            Applebee’s” How to prepare steak tips, an American favorite. Also, grill
                            brushes are tested. TV-G (#408)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Master Class at Johnson & Wales C “Leavening” If you don’t know the
                            difference between baking powder, baking soda, or yeast, then this class is
                            for you. Learn the key to getting the right rise in some delicious pastries from
                            the chef-instructors. TV-G (#208)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Hometime C “Urban Backyard (Part 1): Cleanup” Dean and Robin clean up
                            a yard after a two-story addition project, get rid of weeds, and prepare to
                            install a new fence. TV-G (#1701)




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                            Tuesday, April 20, 2004


        11:30/10:30 AM      P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home C “Garden Home Containers” Striking
                            containers that add a touch of Old World charm to a garden. TV-G (#208)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Finding the Main Idea” Learning
                            new vocabulary; identifying the subject of a sentence; identifying which
                            sentence best states the topic of a passage. Darrell goes job hunting, Rhonda
                            looks into continuing education opportunities, and both find possible new
                            romances along the way. TV-G (#102) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Interviewing” How to prepare for the job
                            interview. TV-G (#105) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Kaye’s Quilting Friends C “Cardinals Come Alive” Joan Shay shares a
                            three-dimensional cardinal wall hanging. Her technique can add dimension
                            to all quilting and sewing projects. TV-G (#1608)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting with Shar C “Trapunto Tulip” Marilyn Greene teaches how to
                            create trapunto on a quilt she calls “Trapunto Tulip.” Peaky and spike
                            templates are used to cut the pieced top that forms the tulip pattern, while a
                            tulip-and-leaf design creates the trapunto detail. TV-G (#208)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Glass with Vicki Payne C “Hot Glass Stamping with Jayne Persico” Firing
                            up the kiln to explore an exciting new warm-glass technique using embossing
                            stamps, Vicki and guest Jayne Persico create stunning dichroic tiles and
                            bracelets. TV-G (#708)
           2:30/1:30 PM     The Router Workshop C “Bent Wood Coffee Table” The legs for this table
                            are multi-pieces of thin wood bent in a half circle, glued, and clamped until
                            set. A stringer between the half circles strengthens and divides the legs. Top
                            rails hold the table together and support the beveled glass top. Bob and Rick
                            give tips on the router construction of the bending fixture and the table parts.
                            TV-G (#1208)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Patterns and Statistics” Pattern recognition; tessellations;
                            number patterns; displaying numeric data with graphs; introduction to
                            statistics; sampling and probability. TV-G (#110) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Answering questions using who and what; motivation
                            for enrolling in formal adult education programs; principles of good
                            penmanship; sight words there and this; signs at a music store. TV-G (#129)
                            V
           4:00/3:00 PM     The Desert Speaks C “The Devil’s Highway” Illustrates the rigors of travel
                            on the aptly named El Camino del Diablo (The Devil’s Highway), both in the
                            19th century and today. People still risk their lives to get from Mexico to
                            California on this route. To this day, it is one of the deadliest roads in the
                            world. TV-G (#1108)
           4:30/3:30 PM     World of Wildlife C “South and Central America” Giant rodents, hairy
                            armadillos, rheas, and howler monkeys are all completely at home in the
                            different regions of this vast continent, where mountains and deserts contrast
                            with marshes and islands. TV-G (#308)




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           5:00/4:00 PM     Weekend Explorer C “Weekend Explorer Outtakes” A special edition
                            covering some of the funniest and most interesting things to happen to Jeffrey
                            on camera during his three years of hosting the series, plus a
                            behind-the-scenes look at what a shoot is really like for the host, co-hostess,
                            and crew. TV-G (#208)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Lakes Ports o’ Call C “Leamington” Visit the tomato capital of
                            Canada, take a trip through a tropical garden, wander Point Pelee's National
                            Park, visit underwater shipwrecks, and indulge in fine wines. TV-G (#508)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Benedict Arnold” Benedict Arnold tries to hand the camp
                            at West Point over to the British, and he and his accomplice are arrested for
                            treason. Sarah, who had considered Arnold a friend, is heartbroken over his
                            actions. TV-Y7 (#132)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Trick or Treat” Hacker lies his way into Motherboard
                            Control Center and slips a mysterious frog into the air duct. As the creature
                            grows into a grotesque alien, the Cybersquad must enter the system and track
                            it down before Motherboard is destroyed. TV-Y (#214)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Tony Brown’s Journal Incorporates hard-hitting public affairs
                            documentaries with interviews of special interest to the African-American
                            community. TV-None
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nova C “World in the Balance” It took until the year 1804 for human
                            population to reach its first billion. Now, a billion new people are added
                            every dozen years. In the industrialized world, birth rates are falling steeply
                            while the senior citizen population is booming. This program explores these
                            and other trends in the relationship between people and the planet. TV-G
                            (#3108)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Independent Lens C “Ram Dass: Fierce Grace” When Harvard expelled
                            faculty members Richard Alpert and Timothy Leary in 1963 for LSD
                            experimentation, Alpert traveled to India and returned transformed into the
                            beloved guru Ram Dass. Now in his 70s, the author of the best-seller Be Here
                            Now continues to inspire people all over the world as he deals with the effects
                            of a massive stroke. TV-PG (#521)
        11:30/10:30 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10682)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#177)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#176)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Nova C “World in the Balance” It took until the year 1804 for human
                            population to reach its first billion. Now, a billion new people are added
                            every dozen years. In the industrialized world, birth rates are falling steeply
                            while the senior citizen population is booming. This program explores these
                            and other trends in the relationship between people and the planet. TV-G
                            (#3108)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Independent Lens C “Ram Dass: Fierce Grace” When Harvard expelled
                            faculty members Richard Alpert and Timothy Leary in 1963 for LSD
                            experimentation, Alpert traveled to India and returned transformed into the
                            beloved guru Ram Dass. Now in his 70s, the author of the best-seller Be Here
                            Now continues to inspire people all over the world as he deals with the effects
                            of a massive stroke. TV-PG (#521)
          4:30/3:30 AM      Fate Did Not Let Me Go C During World War II, Valli Ollendorff wrote a
                            letter to her beloved son from the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp,
                            defying her surroundings with an uplifting message of love, faith,
                            preservation, gratitude, and hope. Mailed in August 1942, the letter was not
                            discovered until nearly 50 years later—when her son was 79 years old.
                            Martin Sheen and Liv Ullman narrate the story of this remarkable letter and
                            its remarkable writer. TV-PG
          5:00/4:00 AM      Earl Cunningham, the Dragon of St. George Street C Known as a primitive
                            artist, Cunningham was essentially a self-taught memory painter who utilized
                            a unique visionary technique to record his adventures as a wanderer and
                            mariner. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Giants and Cubs” Leona thinks that scary giants are
                            coming into the library to clobber lion cubs. TV-Y (#129)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#602)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “How Much Is a Million?” David M. Schwartz’s book
                            provides ideas for visualizing what a million, a billion, and a trillion really
                            represent. LeVar visits the Crayola factory and talks to workers about how
                            they use grouping techniques to keep track of the huge number of crayons
                            they handle every day. At Giants Stadium in New York, estimation
                            techniques help vendors get ready to feed the crowd. TV-Y (#1201)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1701)

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          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Job seekers work on writing cover letters for applications, Laverne
                            helps a shopper with diabetes get nutritional information from food labels,
                            and “Dictionary Cinema” shows how to look up a word you don’t know how
                            to spell. TV-G (#108)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Gotta Dance/The Bad Dream” Mama teaches Brother
                            to dance when Papa is too busy to practice. Also, Sister and Brother learn that
                            it's important to talk to someone about things you find scary because it makes
                            you feel better. TV-Y (#134)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Play Piano with Me!” The children learn all about the
                            piano by playing games, listening to real pianos, and trying out the
                            instrument themselves. TV-Y (#809)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Art of Bill Alexander “Mums the Word” In his paean to Moms
                            everywhere, Lowell Speers demonstrates how to create a beautiful spay of
                            Mums. TV-G (#608)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Scheewe Art Workshop Host Susan Scheewe introduces the beautiful art of
                            watercolor and acrylic painting, using a variety of techniques and mediums.
                            Her easy-to-follow style encourages creativity for artists at all levels. TV-G
                            (#842)
        11:00/10:00 AM      America Sews with Sue Hausmann C “Creating Antique Linens” Guest
                            Cindy Losekamp shows how to stitch with exciting new threads and stitches
                            to create looks from days gone by. Transform a sweater twin set from
                            ordinary to elegant. Quick project: Linen table runner. TV-G (#1708)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray C Cross-stitch takes on new sparkle
                            and fun as Gay Bowles embellishes it with beads, buttons, and glass
                            treasures. Shay and guest Nancy Thomas share a new knitting project, and
                            Rick Mondragon displays a colorful knitted scarf that brings together the
                            talents of many knitting enthusiasts. Shay adds a floral band to the sampler.
                            TV-G (#707)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Themes in World History” Major events, inventions,
                            and ideas that have shaped the world and its cultures, from ancient Egypt to
                            the modern Middle East. TV-G (#118) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “Passing the GED Math Test” Advice on what to expect
                            from and how to prepare for the GED math test, including information on the
                            calculator used on the test. TV-G (#127)
          1:00/12:00 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Mexican Vegetarian Cuisine” Guest chef Pilar
                            Sanchez of Greystone Restaurant learned how to prepare a variety of
                            meatless dishes as a child. She shares two favorites inspired by her mother’s
                            Friday night meals: potato and roasted garlic taquitos with chipotle salsa, and
                            pumpkin tamales with green molé. TV-G (#121)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Lucy’s Classic Cajun Culture and Cooking C “Prawns” Lucy visits the
                            Small Fry Fish Farm to see how prawns are grown and harvested. Chef Hans
                            Karrodi of Monroe, LA, helps prepare prawns in pasta, sautéed shrimp,
                            asparagus à la Thibodeaux, five-cup salad à la Jodie, and cheesecake à la
                            Nelda. TV-G (#708)

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           2:00/1:00 PM     The Woodwright’s Shop C “Woodcraft of the Southern Highlands” Visit
                            the living tradition of the woodworkers and blacksmiths of the southern
                            Appalachian Mountains. (Taped in Kentucky.) TV-G (#2308)
           2:30/1:30 PM     American Woodshop C “Handmade Lamp Competition” A lamp-building
                            competition at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design features
                            renowned woodworking teacher Tucker Houlihand as he challenges a new
                            group of students to prove their creativity using wood, glass, and metal.
                            TV-G (#1208)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Measurement” A variety of uses for measurement,
                            how to calculate in the English and metric systems, and how to solve for the
                            perimeters and areas of various shapes. TV-G (#133) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Finding the Main Idea in a
                            Paragraph” Figuring out the meanings of words by using context clues and
                            identifying topics that aren’t directly stated. Martin learns that he must lower
                            his blood pressure if he hopes to get a promotion at work. Getting ready for
                            her first date with Bobby, Rhonda begins to feel a new sense of
                            independence, but she worries about the reaction of her ex-husband, who is
                            on his way to pick up their daughter. TV-G (#103) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     MotorWeek C “BMW 635Ci” Road tests of the BMW 635Ci coupe and the
                            race-ready Dodge Viper R/T Competition. TV-G (#2333)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Cabin Country C “Bits and Pieces (Duck Hunting)” Jim Reid of the
                            Coleman Company shows off both his duck-hunting and cooking skills.
                            TV-PG (#1207)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “The Best of West Ireland: Dingle, Galway, and the
                            Aran Islands” Deepest Ireland is best experienced on its west coast in
                            Gaeltachts—where the people speak Gaelic and the rugged villages have
                            changed little over the generations. After exploring the rugged and remote
                            Aran Islands, Rick settles into Galway, dances in a castle at a medieval folk
                            banquet, and delves into Ireland in the extreme on Dingle Peninsula. TV-G
                            (#210)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Smart Travels—Europe with Rudy Maxa C “Paris” In the City of Light,
                            Rudy experiences the Rodin Museum and its garden sculpture, Notre Dame,
                            the Pompidou Center, and the Eiffel Tower. Then he strolls through the
                            parks, markets, and cafés and into intimate neighborhoods such as the Marais
                            and its lovely Place des Vosges, the bohemian Latin Quarter, and artistic
                            Montmartre. TV-G (#108)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Conflict in the South” Sarah is outraged to learn that
                            Thomas Jefferson owns slaves and discusses the issue with James and Henri.
                            Meanwhile, the boys are following the campaign of Nathanael Greene, the
                            new American commander in the South, as he leads British general
                            Cornwallis on an exhausting six-month chase. TV-Y7 (#133)




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           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Eureeka!” Pursued by Hacker, Digit lands on cybersite
                            Eureeka. His mission is to find Professor Archimedes, the maker of the
                            encryptor chip that can fix Motherboard, but all he finds instead is a pile of
                            two-dimensional rods where the chip factory should be. The kids discover
                            that by linking the rods together into certain geometrical patterns, they can
                            create a surprising three-dimensional shape that leads directly to a solution to
                            the mystery of Archimedes’ strange disappearance. TV-Y (#113)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Uncommon Knowledge A weekly public affairs program that features the
                            foremost authorities from business, academe, and public-interest
                            organizations. TV-None (#833)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Great Performances C “Dance In America: ‘The Dream’ with American
                            Ballet Theatre” A comical tale of fairies, mismatched lovers, and a
                            mischievous sprite, Sir Frederick Ashton’s enduring one-act ballet The
                            Dream has delighted audiences since its premiere in 1964. Set to the ethereal
                            music of Felix Mendelssohn, the ballet is a charming interpretation of
                            William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. To celebrate the
                            centennial of Ashton’s birth, “Dance in America” presents American Ballet
                            Theatre’s acclaimed staging, starring Ethan Stiefel, Alessandra Ferri, and
                            Herman Cornejo. Pierce Brosnan hosts. TV-G (#2909)
           9:00/8:00 PM     P.O.V. C “Love and Diane” This is a frank and intimate real-life drama of a
                            mother and daughter desperate for love and forgiveness but caught in a
                            devastating cycle. During the 1980s, a crack cocaine epidemic ravaged many
                            impoverished inner-city neighborhoods. As parents like Diane succumbed to
                            addiction, a generation of children like Love entered the foster care system.
                            Shot over 10 years, the film centers on Love and Diane after the family is
                            reunited and is struggling to reconnect. Now 18 and a mother herself, Love
                            must reconcile her anger and confront the ways in which her mother's past
                            mistakes haunt her life. Diane, in turn, makes new choices for herself,
                            seeking to break free from the treadmill of addiction and poverty. TV-14-L
                            (#1613)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10683)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#178)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#177)
         1:00/12:00 AM      P.O.V. C “Love and Diane” This is a frank and intimate real-life drama of a
                            mother and daughter desperate for love and forgiveness but caught in a
                            devastating cycle. During the 1980s, a crack cocaine epidemic ravaged many
                            impoverished inner-city neighborhoods. As parents like Diane succumbed to
                            addiction, a generation of children like Love entered the foster care system.
                            Shot over 10 years, the film centers on Love and Diane after the family is
                            reunited and is struggling to reconnect. Now 18 and a mother herself, Love
                            must reconcile her anger and confront the ways in which her mother's past
                            mistakes haunt her life. Diane, in turn, makes new choices for herself,
                            seeking to break free from the treadmill of addiction and poverty. TV-14-L
                            (#1613)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Great Performances C “Dance In America: ‘The Dream’ with American
                            Ballet Theatre” A comical tale of fairies, mismatched lovers, and a
                            mischievous sprite, Sir Frederick Ashton’s enduring one-act ballet The
                            Dream has delighted audiences since its premiere in 1964. Set to the ethereal
                            music of Felix Mendelssohn, the ballet is a charming interpretation of
                            William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. To celebrate the
                            centennial of Ashton’s birth, “Dance in America” presents American Ballet
                            Theatre’s acclaimed staging, starring Ethan Stiefel, Alessandra Ferri, and
                            Herman Cornejo. Pierce Brosnan hosts. TV-G (#2909)
          4:00/3:00 AM      P.O.V. C “Love and Diane” This is a frank and intimate real-life drama of a
                            mother and daughter desperate for love and forgiveness but caught in a
                            devastating cycle. During the 1980s, a crack cocaine epidemic ravaged many
                            impoverished inner-city neighborhoods. As parents like Diane succumbed to
                            addiction, a generation of children like Love entered the foster care system.
                            Shot over 10 years, the film centers on Love and Diane after the family is
                            reunited and is struggling to reconnect. Now 18 and a mother herself, Love
                            must reconcile her anger and confront the ways in which her mother's past
                            mistakes haunt her life. Diane, in turn, makes new choices for herself,
                            seeking to break free from the treadmill of addiction and poverty. TV-14-L
                            (#1613)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Lionel’s Great Escape Trick” Lionel ties himself up
                            with ropes and tries to escape without magic words. TV-Y (#114)




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          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#603)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Lemonade for Sale” The kids who live on Elm Street
                            open a lemonade stand in the book by Tricia Tusa and Stuart Murphy, read by
                            Andrea McCardle. To learn more about starting and running a business,
                            LeVar visits the American Stock Exchange; Nantucket Nectar, a juice
                            company; and the nonprofit organization Dress for Success. TV-Y (#1403)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1707)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Beginning” Orientation to the series; basic mathematics
                            vocabulary; applying math to real-life settings. TV-G (#101) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “White Water Adventure/Say Please & Thankyou”
                            When Too Tall accepts a canoe race challenge despite the fact the doesn't
                            know how to paddle a canoe, Brother gives him a crash course and shows that
                            there’s nothing wrong with not knowing something or asking for help. And
                            when Brother and Sister are reminded about the importance of manners,
                            they're good behavior rubs off on the whole school. TV-Y (#135)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “A Picture of Friendship” After a brief
                            misunderstanding, BJ realizes that he really does have a lot of friends and
                            enjoys a day playing with Barney and the children. TV-Y (#810)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen C “Rustic Dinner” Lidia cooks meat
                            stuffed peppers, olive oil mashed potatoes, and struffoli that's sure to delight
                            the "meat and potatoes" crowd. TV-G (#704)
         10:30/9:30 AM      A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.—Louisiana Cooking
                            with a Change of Heart C “Petite Gateaux (Christmas Tea Cookies)” Chef
                            Folse travels to the home of Florence and Tony Gravois in Des Allemands to
                            bake petite gateaux (Christmas tea cookies). TV-G (#1016)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Healthy Body, Healthy Mind “Diabetes” Why is diabetes so common among
                            children and adults today and what can be done to control or prevent this
                            impending epidemic? Learn to make simple changes in your lifestyle in order
                            to lower your risk of diabetes, and maybe prevent the serious complications,
                            like blindness, amputations, and kidney failure. TV-G (#111)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Health Sense C “Breast Cancer” Covers the importance of early detection of
                            breast cancer, as well as some high-tech treatment options for the disease.
                            Survivors share their stories of dealing with a diagnosis and then facing
                            surgery, as well as the life-changing guidance a support group can provide.
                            And a woman with a family history of this devastating disease tackles the
                            tough and controversial issue of genetic testing for breast cancer. TV-G
                            (#102)




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    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Finding the Main Idea in a
                            Paragraph” Figuring out the meanings of words by using context clues and
                            identifying topics that aren’t directly stated. Martin learns that he must lower
                            his blood pressure if he hopes to get a promotion at work. Getting ready for
                            her first date with Bobby, Rhonda begins to feel a new sense of
                            independence, but she worries about the reaction of her ex-husband, who is
                            on his way to pick up their daughter. TV-G (#103) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Ready for Work” Understanding and
                            demonstrating work-readiness skills. TV-G (#106) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Quilt Central C “On the Road” An Alaskan quilting cruise, customized
                            luggage tags, and tips for making perfect circles on the long-arm machine.
                            TV-G (#408)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting from the Heartland C “Baby Bunting” Sue constructs a quick and
                            easy baby bunting that will grow with the baby. She also demonstrates
                            hand-look quilting and free-motion stippling, two easy machine techniques
                            that give every quilter more choices. TV-G (#1105)
           2:00/1:00 PM     More Than Memories C “A Day in the Life” Techniques for enlarging
                            photos. TV-G (#808)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Scrapbook Memories C Sandra Kay shares some easy-to-make frames, Barb
                            Kotsos demonstrates a new way to restore color to old photos, Beth answers
                            viewers’ questions about stickers, and Michele offers a tip on illuminating
                            pages with stickers. TV-G (#308)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Putting It All Together” Two- and three-dimensional
                            shapes; sorting and classifying shapes; the relationships among volume,
                            surface area, and shape; ratio and proportion; figuring cost per unit. TV-G
                            (#111) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K Series wrap-up: a review of all sounds and sight words,
                            information about what to expect from adult education programs, and
                            motivation to enroll. TV-G (#130) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Sid Webb’s Digital Studio C “Creating Great Photographic Portraits in the
                            Digital Darkroom” Sid shows how to combine two photographs into a
                            dramatic photographic portrait. By “fusing” one photo taken in an ordinary
                            setting with a dramatic shot of the person’s workplace, he creates a
                            photographic portrait that captures the essence of the subject. TV-G (#105)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Hands On: Crafts for Kids C “Renaissance 1450 to 1700 AD” Create
                            Milano keys, venetian glass, a book mark, a landscape scene, and millifiori
                            (mosaic beads where designs and colors are fused together). TV-G (#608)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Speed” Sarah, Lisa, Ned, and Eric explore speed skating,
                            while California mountain boarders explore how tire pressure affects their
                            boards’ speed and maneuverability. Plus, engineer Ryan Newman designs
                            the speediest NASCAR racer. TV-Y (#308)




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           5:30/4:30 PM     Real Science! C “Exploring You and Me (Biomedical Researcher and
                            Anthropologist)” A visit to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in
                            California provides a close look at proteins and how the human genome
                            project is helping research. At Howard University in Washington, DC,
                            anthropologists unlock secrets of an African-American burial ground. TV-G
                            (#802)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Deborah Samson” Sarah meets a woman who disguised
                            herself as a man so she could enlist in the Continental Army, and James and
                            Henri witness a disagreement on strategy between George Washington and
                            French general Rochambeau. TV-Y7 (#134)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “All the Right Angles” Motherboard mistakenly sends
                            Hacker a treasure map that leads to the secret of legendary cyber-pirate
                            Ivanka the Invincible’s invincibility. The kids must find the secret treasure
                            before Hacker does by using their skill with angles to read the strange map,
                            which contains only riddles about twists and turns. TV-Y (#205)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Kentucky Time Capsule C K “The Endless Wait” A look at the Great
                            Depression in Louisville. A KET production. TV-G (#110)
           8:00/7:00 PM     The New This Old House Hour C Kevin visits architect Holly Cratsley to
                            see the first pass at floor plans, elevations, and a scale model of the cottage
                            they’re converting. Norm and Tom prepare to brace a bowed wall, but find a
                            completely rotted sill that needs replacing, so they put Kevin to work
                            building temporary walls. Roger helps a homeowner update a neglected slate
                            walkway, and Richard helps diagnose and repair a frustrating leak in a
                            fiberglass shower stall. TV-G (#203)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Frontline C “Son of Al Qaeda” This award-winning series presents
                            hard-hitting, investigative documentaries about critical issues facing the
                            nation from within its borders as well as important global topics. TV-G
                            (#2213)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Journey to Planet Earth C “Hot Zones” Examines how recent trends in
                            globalization and the altering of ecosystems have led to dramatic increases in
                            the spread of infectious diseases. Locations include Kenya, Peru,
                            Bangladesh, New York City, and Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. Matt Damon
                            hosts. TV-PG (#203)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10684)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#179)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#178)
         1:00/12:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C Kevin visits architect Holly Cratsley to
                            see the first pass at floor plans, elevations, and a scale model of the cottage
                            they’re converting. Norm and Tom prepare to brace a bowed wall, but find a
                            completely rotted sill that needs replacing, so they put Kevin to work
                            building temporary walls. Roger helps a homeowner update a neglected slate
                            walkway, and Richard helps diagnose and repair a frustrating leak in a
                            fiberglass shower stall. TV-G (#203)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Frontline C “Son of Al Qaeda” This award-winning series presents
                            hard-hitting, investigative documentaries about critical issues facing the
                            nation from within its borders as well as important global topics. TV-G
                            (#2213)
          3:00/2:00 AM      The New This Old House Hour C Kevin visits architect Holly Cratsley to
                            see the first pass at floor plans, elevations, and a scale model of the cottage
                            they’re converting. Norm and Tom prepare to brace a bowed wall, but find a
                            completely rotted sill that needs replacing, so they put Kevin to work
                            building temporary walls. Roger helps a homeowner update a neglected slate
                            walkway, and Richard helps diagnose and repair a frustrating leak in a
                            fiberglass shower stall. TV-G (#203)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Frontline C “Son of Al Qaeda” This award-winning series presents
                            hard-hitting, investigative documentaries about critical issues facing the
                            nation from within its borders as well as important global topics. TV-G
                            (#2213)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “Hot Zones” Examines how recent trends in
                            globalization and the altering of ecosystems have led to dramatic increases in
                            the spread of infectious diseases. Locations include Kenya, Peru,
                            Bangladesh, New York City, and Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. Matt Damon
                            hosts. TV-PG (#203)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Old Man” Writer Babs Caplan visits the library
                            to write the world’s scariest story. TV-Y (#124)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#604)




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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Saturday Sancocho” The art of bartering is the topic as
                            LeVar introduces the book Saturday Sancocho. When Maria’s family can’t
                            afford chicken sancocho, she and her mother figure out a way to trade eggs
                            for the ingredients they need. A little boy learns the value of a dollar by
                            trading baseball cards, and LeVar goes to an auction to learn how objects are
                            valued. Books featured: Mama Bear, The Pirate Cook Book, and Mama
                            Provi and the Pot of Rice. TV-Y (#1303)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1708)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Agent Know How tries out the library computer to find a book, and
                            a father shares tips on reading to children. The book club members read
                            Angela’s Ashes and meet author Frank McCourt. TV-G (#109)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Trouble with Grown-Ups/Too Much TV” Brother and
                            Sister put on a play that comically depicts their parents as overbearing tyrants
                            and then agree to swap roles—which makes the cubs responsible for doing
                            the dishes, making the meals, and keeping the house in order. Mama’s
                            one-week ban on television watching first creates a panic, then helps Brother,
                            Sister, and Papa rediscover some other pleasures. TV-Y (#101)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “All Aboard!” Kami is feeling a little left out because
                            she is always last in line, but Barney shows her that sometimes last is the
                            most important position with a lesson about cabooses on trains. While
                            learning more about trains, the kids make railroad flags and clean the park
                            caboose. TV-Y (#701)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art C “Freedom To Roam (Part 4)” While
                            placing the buffalo within the painting and establishing their geometrical
                            shapes, Jerry discusses the importance of good eye flow. TV-G (#908)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Simply Painting Around the World C “Rouen” Frank Clarke, Ireland's most
                            sought-after and prolific painter, shares anecdotes from past trips and teaches
                            in his let’s-have-fun style. TV-G (#808)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Martha’s Sewing Room C “Multi-Puffing” Martha uses a serger attachment
                            to create bias puffing strips, then attaches them with a machine. Also, how to
                            use bias binder trims and fusible thread for circular hemming. Guests are Pam
                            Mahshie and Beverley Sheldrick. TV-G (#1608)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Sew Young Sew Fun C “Southwest” Ultra-feminine gathered cotton is the
                            theme for this show as Nina Kay shows how to use elastic thread in your
                            bobbin to pucker-up fabric. Plus, mimic today’s fashions using a rolled edge
                            and straight stitching to create a trendy top with gathered edgings. TV-G
                            (#508)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Science Test” An overview of the
                            GED science test with sample questions and an explanation of the scientific
                            method. TV-G (#122) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “Passing the GED Math Test” Advice on what to expect
                            from and how to prepare for the GED math test, including information on the
                            calculator used on the test. TV-G (#127)



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          1:00/12:00 PM     Michael Chiarello’s Napa Casual Cooking C “Flavored Oils” Infusing oil
                            with herbs is an age-old technique. Michael demonstrates some modern
                            tricks for intensifying the flavor, then uses the oil to cook whole baked
                            tomatoes, green eggs and ham, and pan-roasted trout bruschetta with chili
                            vinaigrette. Later, he explores how Napa Valley’s art and music scene
                            inspires some of the region’s winemakers. TV-G (#221)
          1:30/12:30 PM     New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends C “For Mushroom
                            Lovers Only” A menu of mushrooms under glass and cream of mushroom
                            soup lets Jeff explore the world of this earthy, elegant, and enigmatic fungus.
                            TV-G (#308)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom C “Chinese New Year” How Chinese
                            Americans celebrate their New Year, why it’s important to clean your house
                            before the New Year, the Chinese Kitchen God, the art of making dumplings,
                            and the meaning of the Lion Dance. TV-G (#106)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Campfire Café “White Chili” Johnny loses the acid but keeps the flavor by
                            making a white chili without tomatoes or beef. To set it off, he grills up some
                            beef and chicken quesadillas and bakes a pumpkin crunch cake. TV-G (#107)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Patterns and Statistics” Pattern recognition; tessellations;
                            number patterns; displaying numeric data with graphs; introduction to
                            statistics; sampling and probability. TV-G (#110) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Math Basics C K “Putting It All Together” Two- and three-dimensional
                            shapes; sorting and classifying shapes; the relationships among volume,
                            surface area, and shape; ratio and proportion; figuring cost per unit. TV-G
                            (#111) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Odysseys & Ovations C “QE2 and Hawaii” A Pacific Ocean cruise on the
                            famed Queen Elizabeth II, with stops at the Polynesian Cultural Center and
                            the State Art Museum in Hawaii. TV-G (#208)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Simply Ming C “Traditional Spicy Sambal” Ming’s traditional spicy sambal
                            is a mouth-tingling version of the Indonesian classic and a fiery condiment
                            that will add oomph to any dish. On a visit to the Kotobukiya, a local
                            Japanese market in Cambridge, MA, Ming shows how to select sambal.
                            Then, back in the kitchen Ming makes a spicy version of the ever-popular
                            crab cakes with sambal aioli, and Ming’s crazy chicken-rice noodle stir-fry.
                            Finally special guest chefs Mom (Iris) and Dad (Stephen) Tsai use the master
                            sauce to create a classic: spicy Hunan chicken. TV-G (#121)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Treasures in Your Attic C “Album Quilts” Shelly Zegart and Helaine talk
                            about "album quilts." Joe and Elaine compare old/new Fiesta pyramid
                            candlesticks. TV-G (#402)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Museums C “The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame:
                            Horse Power” Located at the historic Saratoga Springs racetrack, this
                            museum celebrates the sport of horse racing and the animals whose grace and
                            beauty have become legendary. TV-G (#208)




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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “James Armistead” Sarah and Henri worry about the fate of
                            James Armistead, a Virginia slave who volunteered to spy on Benedict
                            Arnold for Lafayette and is now pretending to be a double agent so he can
                            feed false information to the British. Washington moves his troops to
                            Virginia to try to trap General Cornwallis, and Moses learns that his brother
                            Cato is fighting with Cornwallis’ forces. TV-Y7 (#135)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Fortress of Attitude” In an attempt to force cybersites to
                            surrender to him, Hacker starts broadcasting his loud and obnoxious voice
                            from a massive statue of himself. The kids and Digit head for the Northern
                            Frontier to try to silence the statue, using their skills at measuring length to
                            make their way up through its booby-trapped interior and find the mouth
                            controls. TV-Y (#123)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1306)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4343)
           8:30/7:30 PM     Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#244)
           9:00/8:00 PM     NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#317)
          10:00/9:00 PM     The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2217)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Comment on Kentucky C K Journalists from around the state discuss news
                            of the day with host Al Smith. A KET production. TV-None (#3025) V
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10685)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#180)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#179)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4343)
         1:30/12:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#244)
          2:00/1:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#317)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4343)
          3:30/2:30 AM      Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#244)
          4:00/3:00 AM      NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#317)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Great Streets C “The Champs Elysées with Halle Berry” From the Obelisk
                            to the Arc de Triomphe, award-winning actress Halle Berry experiences her
                            first trip to Paris and the Champs Elysées. TV-G (#103)
          6:00/5:00 AM      Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood C “Environment” Mr. McFeely shows a film
                            about Leo Sewell, a sculptor who uses things other people have thrown away
                            as his raw material. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the neighbors ask
                            the Goats of Northwood for help with their garbage problem. TV-Y (#1618)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Play Piano with Me!” The children learn all about the
                            piano by playing games, listening to real pianos, and trying out the
                            instrument themselves. TV-Y (#809)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Sesame Street C The series delivers academic and social information that
                            prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show’s curriculum has
                            been set by academic research on preschoolers. TV-Y (#4069)
          8:00/7:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Themes in U.S. History” Explores key events and
                            themes—such as the nation’s multicultural nature—that have made the
                            United States what it is today. TV-G (#117) V
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Themes in World History” Major events, inventions,
                            and ideas that have shaped the world and its cultures, from ancient Egypt to
                            the modern Middle East. TV-G (#118) V




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          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Ratio, Proportion, and Percent” Explores how and
                            why people use ratios, proportions, and percentages to compare numbers and
                            solve problems. TV-G (#132) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Measurement” A variety of uses for measurement,
                            how to calculate in the English and metric systems, and how to solve for the
                            perimeters and areas of various shapes. TV-G (#133) V
         10:00/9:00 AM      Between the Lions C “Step by Step” The lions find a treasure map that
                            belonged to Barnaby B. Busterfield III and go hunting for library treasure.
                            India.Arie, Brian McKnight, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Melissa Etheridge
                            guest star. (Key word: step; target vowel: short e.) TV-Y (#404)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Adventures from the Book of Virtues C “Courage” Animated stories told by
                            Plato, a buffalo, tells stories to Zach and Annie help them become brave and
                            patient. TV-Y (#105)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Angelina Ballerina C “Angelina at the Fair/Ballet Tickets” Angry that she
                            had to bring Henry along to the fair, Angelina leaves him at the clown tent
                            while she rides the roller coaster. But when she returns, she discovers that
                            Henry has run off. After arriving at the theater too late to get tickets to the
                            ballet, Angelina enlists the help of her parents and Miss Lilly in finding
                            another way to see the show and ends up interviewing two dancers for the
                            Mouse Gazette. TV-Y (#103)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series C “Lost and Found” When
                            Anne and Diana head off into the woods in search of buried treasure, they get
                            hopelessly lost and find much more than they bargained for. TV-Y (#108)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       The Southern Gardener C “Rhododendrons” Hosted by Dr. Rick Ludwig,
                            the series provides valuable tips for gardening, landscaping, and maintaining
                            a lawn in the southeastern part of the United States. This weekly series is for
                            gardeners of all kinds—from occasional gardeners to the serious gardeners
                            who spend hours each week and derive great satisfaction from their labors.
                            TV-G (#550)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       The Victory Garden C Host Michael Weishan and experts from the New
                            England Wildflower Society show off the results of the Victory Garden
                            ecological-friendly backyard makeover. Also, Michael and guest gardener
                            Hank Bruno show how to change a small space in to a delightful outdoor
                            living area. Then, floral designer Ruth Benson Levin shows gardening
                            correspondent Paul Epsom the proper technique for forcing some beautiful,
                            fragrant branches into bloom and then demonstrates how to use them in
                            elegant arrangements. TV-G (#2904)
          1:00/12:00 PM     The New Yankee Workshop C “Steamer Trunk” Norm builds a version of
                            the rounded-top steamer trunk from antique chestnut and hammered iron
                            strips that mimic the original trunk hardware he found in a shop in Florida.
                            Once used to store clothes for ship passengers, these trunks are still very
                            popular among antiques collectors. TV-G (#1403)




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          1:30/12:30 PM     This Old House C Kevin visits architect Holly Cratsley to see the first pass
                            at floor plans, elevations, and a scale model of the cottage they’re converting.
                            Norm and Tom prepare to brace a bowed wall, but find a completely rotted
                            sill that needs replacing, so they put Kevin to work building temporary walls.
                            TV-G (#2303)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Ask This Old House C Roger helps Arlington, MA, homeowner Molly
                            Simmons turn her neglected slate walkway back into an attractive and safe
                            footpath. Over in Shrewsbury, Richard helps homeowner Mark Harney
                            diagnose and repair a frustrating leak in a fiberglass shower stall. TV-G
                            (#203)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Hometime C “Pond Reconstruction (Part 1)” Dean and crew work on a
                            five-acre pond, wading into the topics of shoreline erosion control, dams, and
                            bridges. TV-G (#1709)
           3:00/2:00 PM     America’s Walking C “It’s a Matter of Independence” When Emily, a
                            teacher in Santa Ana, CA, asked her students to stay after school for a special
                            project, she was shocked to find out why they refused: They were afraid to
                            walk home. Nutritionist Laney Hixon suggests some healthy and
                            good-tasting snacks for children, host Mark Fenton reviews reflective gear
                            that makes it safer to walk at night, and a family goes on an outing at San
                            Francisco’s Presidio. TV-G (#109)
           3:30/2:30 PM     Great Getaways “Expedition Northern Ontario” Winter wilderness beauty
                            abounds as the hosts prepare to snowmobile to some of the most primitive
                            areas in the north. Places that still rely on propane and generators—places
                            where it is a common occurrence to plow your driveway at night only to get
                            up the next morning and find that your doors and windows are covered from
                            the blowing and falling snow produced by Lake Superior. TV-G (#202)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure C “Horseback Riding in Colorado”
                            Annie travels the Wild West on horseback. Local guides take her behind the
                            scenes of Colorado’s Coleman Ranch, where she learns about the diligent
                            conservation efforts that preserve some of the most exquisite vistas in the
                            country. TV-G (#817)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Raghorn News Outdoors From the publishers of Raghorn News Outdoors
                            Magazine comes the only outdoor TV show about Indiana. Each program
                            contains news, information, and tips on seasonal topics from the woods to the
                            water. TV-G (#250)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Wild Nevada “Death Valley and Pahrump” A trek through the Death Valley
                            region on the Nevada-California border combines nature and culture. Chris
                            and Dave visit Death Valley National Park and Ash Meadows National
                            Wildlife Refuge, tour the Pahrump Valley Vineyards, and attend a
                            performance at the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction. TV-G
                            (#105)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Flavors of America with Chef Jim Coleman C “Kids Cookin’” Chef
                            Coleman shares flavorful entrees that kids will love to prepare and eat. TV-G
                            (#705)


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           6:00/5:00 PM     Mixed Media C K “Joel Pett/The Cumberlands” Meet Pulitzer
                            Prize-winning political cartoonist Joel Pett of Lexington. Plus, music by the
                            Cumberlands, an eclectic acoustic trio that blends elements of folk,
                            bluegrass, country, and pop. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.
                            TV-G (#625) V
           6:30/5:30 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “Heart of England and South Wales” After visiting
                            King Arthur country at Glastonbury, Rick goes back in time at Stonehenge.
                            He samples hard cider in Wells, meets an eccentric lord in the Cotswolds, and
                            tours a ruined abbey in South Wales. TV-G (#104)
           7:00/6:00 PM     Kentucky Derby Festival Spelling Bee (2004) Students from Kentucky and
                            Southern Indiana compete in Louisville to determine who will represent the
                            region in the 2004 National Spelling Bee in Washington, DC. A KET
                            production. TV-G (#501)
           8:00/7:00 PM     History Detectives C “George Washington Portrait/Patty Cannon/Trumpet”
                            Is a painting passed down through a Frederick, MD, family an authentic
                            period portrait of George Washington? Was a Federalsburg, MD, home once
                            the headquarters for the kidnapper and slave trader Patty Cannon? And how
                            is a Philadelphia man’s trumpet, which he bought at a local auction, tied to
                            the Revolutionary War? TV-G (#104)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Perfection, Thy Name Is Ridley” Wherever
                            Compo, Clegg, and Truly go, all they hear is how wonderful Mr. Ridley is.
                            The fact that Nora is going to clean for him is the last straw for Compo. TV-G
                            (#148)
           9:30/8:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth is thrilled when the wealthy Mrs.
                            Fortescue asks the Buckets to give her a lift into town. TV-G (#202)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Waiting for God C Harvey looks at a design to increase the number of
                            residents at Bayview, leading to a confrontation with Tom and the newly
                            formed Bayview Conservation Society. TV-G (#139)
          10:30/9:30 PM     As Time Goes By C When Lionel finds a dog, Jean, Judith, and Sandy want
                            to keep it, but Lionel wants to find the dog’s owner. TV-G (#156)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Jubilee C K “Bluegrass Strangers” Banjo virtuoso Dick Webb, guitarist
                            Jimmy Lykins, mandolin player Chris Davis, guitarist Wes Davis, and bassist
                            Frank Carver make up the Strangers, who play an energetic, traditional style
                            of bluegrass. They were recorded at IIIrd Tyme Out’s 2001 Poppy Mountain
                            Bluegrass Festival in Morehead. A KET production. TV-G (#704)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Antiques Roadshow C “Chicago (Part 1)” Appraiser Simeon Lipman
                            answers questions about collecting baseball memorabilia and gives an
                            overview of local baseball history at the Chicago Historical Society. The
                            lineup of finds at the Navy Pier Convention Center includes a rare Beatles
                            “butcher” album cover, a Russian magnifying glass commemorating the
                            300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty, and a 1749 portrait of Harvard
                            College President Reverend Edward Holyoke accompanied by a “Newport”
                            chair built in Boston, with a combined value of $85,000 to $100,000. TV-G
                            (#801)
         1:00/12:00 AM      American Family C “The Farewell” Nina prepares Pablito’s breakfast for
                            the last time before moving out. Esteban and Ofelia cut their honeymoon
                            short to be with the family during the Iraq war. In Iraq, Conrado experiences
                            conflicting emotions as he operates on an Iraqi woman. In a flashback to
                            1986, Conrado tells Berta he doesn’t want her to clean houses so he can go to
                            medical school. In a flashback to the Mexican Revolution, Adela takes orders
                            from El Carnicero, while Roberto becomes the bugle boy. TV-PG (#203)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Great Streets C “The Champs Elysées with Halle Berry” From the Obelisk
                            to the Arc de Triomphe, award-winning actress Halle Berry experiences her
                            first trip to Paris and the Champs Elysées. TV-G (#103)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Land of the Falling Lakes” Takes viewers to the exotic forest of
                            Plitvice Lakes National Park and World Heritage Site, the oldest national
                            park in Europe, situated in the Dinaric Mountains of Croatia. The forest,
                            known as the Devil’s Garden, is home to an array of strange wildlife, such as
                            the baby dragon, great tit, edible dormouse, capercaillie, diced snake, and
                            tiny Martino vole, all of which share a landscape of 16 falling lakes arranged
                            in breathtaking terraces, connected by countless waterfalls and rapids. TV-G
                            (#2112)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Journey to Planet Earth C “Hot Zones” Examines how recent trends in
                            globalization and the altering of ecosystems have led to dramatic increases in
                            the spread of infectious diseases. Locations include Kenya, Peru,
                            Bangladesh, New York City, and Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. Matt Damon
                            hosts. TV-PG (#203)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Great Performances C “Dance In America: ‘The Dream’ with American
                            Ballet Theatre” A comical tale of fairies, mismatched lovers, and a
                            mischievous sprite, Sir Frederick Ashton’s enduring one-act ballet The
                            Dream has delighted audiences since its premiere in 1964. Set to the ethereal
                            music of Felix Mendelssohn, the ballet is a charming interpretation of
                            William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. To celebrate the
                            centennial of Ashton’s birth, “Dance in America” presents American Ballet
                            Theatre’s acclaimed staging, starring Ethan Stiefel, Alessandra Ferri, and
                            Herman Cornejo. Pierce Brosnan hosts. TV-G (#2909)




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          6:00/5:00 AM      Smart Gardening This magazine-style series takes viewers into gardens
                            across the country to explore and share smart gardening tips. Studio segments
                            revolve around three separate locations: the greenhouse, courtyard, and
                            kitchen. In addition, on-location segments take viewers to places of
                            extraordinary beauty where innovative and practical techniques are shared.
                            TV-G (#104)
          6:30/5:30 AM      Graham Kerr’s Gathering Place C “Scottish Irish Stew” Guided by his
                            wealth of culinary experience and infused with the flavors of meals served at
                            his gathering place, Graham Kerr invites audiences to experience the magic
                            and the blessings of fine, healthy, informal, and international food. TV-G
                            (#108)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Burt Wolf Travels and Traditions C “The Swiss Mittlelland” Burt shows
                            where, how, and why Sherlock Holmes “died” at the height of his fame; takes
                            a look at the most representative government in the world; visits the home of
                            the wool-covered pig; and discovers why some Swiss farmers painted fake
                            windows on their homes. Then, having worked up an appetite, he stops at a
                            restaurant that has been in the same family for more than 600 years and has
                            more than 600 corkscrews to open wine. TV-G (#313)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Classical Stretch C Features a new method of stretching the entire body
                            gently and artistically—the first comprehensive, overall stretching program
                            created for public television. Miranda Esmonde-White takes viewers to many
                            scenic locations as she helps them create toner bodies. TV-G (#204)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Wai Lana Yoga Wai Lana demonstrates the beauty and health benefits of the
                            ancient art of yoga. TV-G (#516)
          8:30/7:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Data Analysis” Defines mean, median, and mode
                            and shows how to organize data on charts and graphs and analyze statistical
                            trends. TV-G (#136) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      GED Connection C K “Statistics and Probability” Shows how statistics are
                            gathered and used and explores the basics of chance and probability. TV-G
                            (#137) V
          9:30/8:30 AM      GED Connection C K “Introduction to Algebra” Explores basic algebraic
                            concepts and properties and shows how to write and solve equations. TV-G
                            (#138) V
         10:00/9:00 AM      To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1306)
         10:30/9:30 AM      The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2217)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4343)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street C Host Louis Rukeyser and his guests provide
                            the latest news in the world of business and finance. TV-None (#302)




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    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Rick Steves’ Europe C “Paris: Grand and Intimate” After marveling at
                            masterpieces in the Louvre and strolling the Champs-Elysées, Rick explores
                            a delightful Parisian neighborhood. TV-G (#102)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Great Getaways “Winter on the Gunflint Trail” Northern Minnesota's
                            Gunflint Trail is a year-round vacation destination surrounded by the
                            Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Superior National Forest.
                            From the village of Grand Marais on Lake Superior's north shore, the
                            Gunflint Trail winds 63 paved miles north and west to Saganaga Lake at the
                            Canadian border. Winter features world-class cross-country skiing,
                            dogsledding and skijoring, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and sleigh rides.
                            TV-G (#206)
          1:00/12:00 PM     Waiting for God C Harvey looks at a design to increase the number of
                            residents at Bayview, leading to a confrontation with Tom and the newly
                            formed Bayview Conservation Society. TV-G (#139)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Last of the Summer Wine C “Perfection, Thy Name Is Ridley” Wherever
                            Compo, Clegg, and Truly go, all they hear is how wonderful Mr. Ridley is.
                            The fact that Nora is going to clean for him is the last straw for Compo. TV-G
                            (#148)
           2:00/1:00 PM     As Time Goes By C When Lionel finds a dog, Jean, Judith, and Sandy want
                            to keep it, but Lionel wants to find the dog’s owner. TV-G (#156)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Keeping Up Appearances C Hyacinth is thrilled when the wealthy Mrs.
                            Fortescue asks the Buckets to give her a lift into town. TV-G (#202)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Inside Kentucky Schools C K A production of the Kentucky Department of
                            Education. TV-None (#516) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly C In-depth coverage of the top religion and
                            ethics stories of the week. Bob Abernethy hosts. TV-None (#734)
           4:00/3:00 PM     Real Science! C “Power to the People” At Lawrence Livermore National
                            Laboratory, fusion scientists are working to develop a cleaner, safer atomic
                            energy. At the National Arboretum in Washington, DC, biologists use
                            genetic engineering to develop healthier plant life. TV-G (#712)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Engineering” Sarah and Rachel engineer a real hovercraft.
                            Charlie, Carol, Maria, and Ciara design a milk-carton boat. Plus, an engineer
                            at Nanomuscle, Inc. creates lifelike toy eyeballs. TV-Y (#305)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Zoboomafoo C “World of Legs” Zoboo spots a larva and wonders what kind
                            of legs it will have as an adult: strong legs like a tiger, numerous legs like a
                            millipede, long legs like a kangaroo? Then the larva surprises him by
                            transforming into a salamander. TV-Y (#224)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Cyberchase C “R-Fair City” Disguised as a gypsy, Hacker lures Digit to a
                            fantastic cyber amusement park and holds him captive. When the kids arrive,
                            they analyze the games of chance, figure out which ones are fair, and use
                            what they learn to find Hacker and try to beat him at his own game before it is
                            too late. TV-Y (#103)




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           6:00/5:00 PM     Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#601)
           6:30/5:30 PM     In the Mix C “Interns and Volunteers: Giving and Getting Back” Looks into
                            the lives of teens who are gaining valuable skills and knowledge about their
                            future careers while making a positive difference in the world. TV-PG
                            (#437)
           7:00/6:00 PM     American Family C “A Deal With God” Jess and Cisco go to the VA
                            hospital to look for Jess’ estranged brother, Roberto, a Vietnam veteran
                            whom Jess threw out of the house years before because of his drug use.
                            Meanwhile, Esteban investigates an arson and suspects his old gang buddy
                            Shady is responsible. Ofelia tells Esteban she’s pregnant. In a flashback to
                            1986, young Esteban is excited because a baseball scout is coming to his
                            school. In a flashback to the Mexican Revolution in 1917, young Roberto is
                            heard to yell “Viva la revolucion!” during a celebration. TV-PG (#204)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nature C “Trail of the Cougar” The cougar, one of North America’s last
                            wild treasures, is making a comeback, though the inevitable human/cougar
                            encounters continue to threaten the big cat’s survival. TV-PG (#2005)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 2)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 2 of 2) TV-PG-D-L-V (#3311)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Globe Trekker C “Great Festivals” From ancient tribal rituals to pagan
                            parties, Justine, Neil, Ian, and Shilpa take viewers from New Orleans to
                            Sydney, from Canada’s Northwest Territories to Antigua, and from Poland to
                            India for the world’s most flamboyant and spectacular festivals. TV-G (#219)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Nature C “Trail of the Cougar” The cougar, one of North America’s last
                            wild treasures, is making a comeback, though the inevitable human/cougar
                            encounters continue to threaten the big cat’s survival. TV-PG (#2005)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 2)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 2 of 2) TV-PG-D-L-V (#3311)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nature C “Trail of the Cougar” The cougar, one of North America’s last
                            wild treasures, is making a comeback, though the inevitable human/cougar
                            encounters continue to threaten the big cat’s survival. TV-PG (#2005)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Masterpiece Theatre C “Prime Suspect 6 (Part 2)” Helen Mirren (Calendar
                            Girls, Gosford Park) stars as Inspector Jane Tennison. It’s been seven years
                            since Tennison put the handcuffs on a psychotic killer. Now, amid pressure to
                            retire, she faces a death squad that has unleashed the horrors of the Balkan
                            civil war on London. (Part 2 of 2) TV-PG-D-L-V (#3311)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Something Fishy” When Lionel reads the latest Cliff
                            Hanger book to Leona, it gives her an idea about how to make one of her
                            biggest dreams come true. TV-Y (#117)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#601)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin” Gregory Hines narrates
                            Lloyd Moss’ book about how melodies, mathematics, and the sounds of
                            different instruments combine to make music fun and interesting. LeVar
                            visits the Juilliard School of Music, where he sees a conductor lead an
                            orchestra rehearsal. A performance of a movement from Haydn’s “Surprise”
                            Symphony also helps illustrate the parts of an orchestra. Then LeVar meets
                            members of the percussion performance group STOMP, who put rhythm into
                            action with creativity and teamwork. TV-Y (#1206)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1709)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C A young couple gets advice on getting their finances under control
                            from a credit counselor, and John Fugelsang hosts a look at the fine print on
                            “too-good-to-be-true” credit card offers. The “Rip Off” segment looks
                            critically at a TV ad, and author Studs Terkel reads from his book Working.
                            TV-G (#110)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Attic Treasure/Moving Day” The Bears dig through
                            the attic and discover all sorts of family mementos. Then Mama and Papa
                            help Brother and Sister see the positive side of moving. TV-Y (#102)




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          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Up, Down, and Around!” The wind blows Tony’s
                            newly made kite into a tree. Hoping that another big breeze will bring it
                            down, the kids pass the time learning about orchards and playing “London
                            Bridge” and “I Spy.” Finally they decide to try hopping to shake the tree and
                            bring the kite back down to earth. TV-Y (#702)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Best of The Joy of Painting “Bridge to Autumn” From the archives of
                            the late Bob Ross, instruction in “wet-on-wet” technique to delight and
                            encourage the painting hobbyist. TV-G (#1835)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Frank Clarke’s Simply Painting: Beautiful Ireland in Watercolours
                            “Fisherman’s Cottage, Cleggan” Near Cleggan, Frank paints a fisherman’s
                            cottage and boat with Inishbofin in the background. TV-G (#109)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Sewing with Nancy C “Crazy Quilting with Attitude (Part 3)” Nancy and
                            guest Barbara Randle share four projects using crazy-quilted panels: a pillow,
                            a neck-roll pillow, a small handbag, and a “night bloomer” evening bag.
                            TV-G (#1709)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting C “Jubilee Album Quilt: Stem Methods”
                            Combined leaf-stem units, bias stems, and skinny stems made by couching
                            atop thread. TV-G (#209)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Economics” Business people and economics
                            teachers explain the basics of money, finance, markets, and commerce. TV-G
                            (#119) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C “Orientation” An overview of the 2002 version of the
                            GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online
                            lessons can help adults prepare. TV-G (#101)
          1:00/12:00 PM     Ciao Italia ... in Tuscany C “Erbe Toscane/Tuscan Herbs” Mary Ann picks
                            rosemary and sage for an herb rub that’s great for meat, poultry, or fish, then
                            uses the rub on a chicken stuffed with a lemon. Chef Walter Potenza cooks up
                            a perfect risotto con asparagi (risotto with asparagus). TV-G (#1309)
          1:30/12:30 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Pilar Sanchez #2” Sanchez introduces her
                            favorite way of eating: tapas, or “small plates.” To demonstrate, she prepares
                            five savory recipes: carrot and ginger shooters, Spanish boquerones with
                            fennel, duck confit tostada, crab salad on potato gaufrette, and piquillo
                            pepper stuffed with oxtail. TV-G (#109)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Anything I Can Do “Light Here, Light Now” A barnboard candle sconce.
                            TV-G (#109)
           2:30/1:30 PM     For Your Home C “Natural Effects” Learn how to give your walls the look
                            of Old World plaster in the first of a two-part series on faux finishes. Includes
                            tips on trends and how designs are created. Also, learn how to turn gourds
                            into designer accessories. TV-G (#1509)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Formulas” Shows how people use formulas in some
                            practical situations and reviews commonly used formulas. TV-G (#134) V




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           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Making Inferences” Matching
                            graphic symbols with written words; inferring consequences and limitations
                            from vaguely written statements; distinguishing between relevant and
                            irrelevant information and true and false statements. After hearing of several
                            burglaries at apartments belonging to senior citizens, Darrell fears for the
                            safety of his old friend Mr. John. Candy helps Rhonda buy a used car, but it
                            turns out to be a lemon. TV-G (#104) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Designer’s Landscape with Gary Alan C “Kennelly Residence II” Graduate
                            horticulturist Gary Alan offers a new look at landscape design and
                            installation. TV-G (#711)
           4:30/3:30 PM     The Grand View “Pinnacles National Monument” Baumann journeys into
                            Pinnacles National Monument. Along his journey, he meets Anne Marie
                            Sayer, chief of the regions Native American Tribe; Amy Fesnock, Townsend
                            Big Eared bat biologist; and Richard Banuelos, park educational specialist.
                            Baumann concludes the show by painting Pinnacles Reservoir. TV-G (#109)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Great Cars “Ferrari” Enzo Ferrari's greatest desire was to become a racecar
                            driver. Through sheer dint of character he succeeded and eventually gave
                            birth to the most formidable racing machines ever produced. Follow the
                            incredible story of Enzo Ferrari and his company into the present and see his
                            namesake car, the Ferrari Enzo. It has a top speed of 217.5 mph and a price
                            tag of $500,000. TV-G (#109)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Tracks Ahead C “Walathers Manufacturing” Excitement and history of
                            railroading. TV-G (#109)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Yorktown” Moses’ brother Cato, fighting with the British
                            to earn his freedom, is sent into harm’s way but escapes with the help of a
                            sympathetic Hessian soldier. Moses helps dig tunnels and build walls for
                            battle fortifications, and Sarah, James, and Henri witness British general
                            Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown. TV-Y7 (#136)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “All the Right Angles” Motherboard mistakenly sends
                            Hacker a treasure map that leads to the secret of legendary cyber-pirate
                            Ivanka the Invincible’s invincibility. The kids must find the secret treasure
                            before Hacker does by using their skill with angles to read the strange map,
                            which contains only riddles about twists and turns. TV-Y (#205)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Louisville Health C K “Eye Examination” Dr. Wayne Tuckson invites
                            optometrist Dr. Kevin Snipes to explain what happens at each stage of an eye
                            exam. A visit to Lenscrafters shows the step-by-step process for making
                            prescription eyeglasses in the lab. A production of the University of
                            Louisville. TV-None (#403)




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           8:00/7:00 PM     Antiques Roadshow C “Roadshow Favorites” This one-hour special relives
                            some of the most memorable—and emotional—discoveries of the series’
                            eight years on PBS. Highlights include an original luncheon menu from the
                            Titanic’s doomed last voyage (estimated to be worth $75,000 to $100,000),
                            an Alaskan Eskimo helmet purchased at a flea market and held together with
                            tape (valued at $65,000 to $75,000), and a “Tiffany” vase whose real value
                            leaves its owners speechless. TV-G (#813)
           9:00/8:00 PM     American Experience C “Remember the Alamo” Long before the Alamo
                            made heroes of Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett and spawned the well-known
                            battle cry, Jose Antonio Navarro and a group of Tejanos—Mexicans of Texas
                            who had lived there for generations—started the battle for Texas. Hector
                            Elizondo narrates an exploration of the life of the famed Tejano leader and
                            his efforts to protect the sovereignty of his homeland as it passed through the
                            hands of multiple governments. TV-PG (#1605)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Martin Luther “The Reluctant Revolutionary” The Catholic Church uses all
                            of its might to try to silence Luther, including accusations of heresy and
                            excommunication. Protected by his local ruler, Frederick the Wise, Luther
                            continues to write radical critiques of the church. In the process, he develops
                            a new system of faith that places the freedom of the individual believer above
                            the rituals of the church. Aided by the newly invented printing press, his
                            ideas spread rapidly. He is called before the German imperial parliament in
                            the city of Worms and told he must recant. Risking torture and execution,
                            Luther refuses, proclaiming his inalienable right to believe what he wishes.
                            His stand becomes a legend that inspires revolution across Europe,
                            overturning the thousand-year-old hegemony of the church. As the
                            reformation expands into a movement for social freedom, Luther finds
                            himself overwhelmed by the pace of change, and is left vainly protesting that
                            his followers should be concerning themselves with God. TV-G (#102)
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10686)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#181)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#180)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Roadshow Favorites” This one-hour special relives
                            some of the most memorable—and emotional—discoveries of the series’
                            eight years on PBS. Highlights include an original luncheon menu from the
                            Titanic’s doomed last voyage (estimated to be worth $75,000 to $100,000),
                            an Alaskan Eskimo helmet purchased at a flea market and held together with
                            tape (valued at $65,000 to $75,000), and a “Tiffany” vase whose real value
                            leaves its owners speechless. TV-G (#813)
          2:00/1:00 AM      American Experience C “Remember the Alamo” Long before the Alamo
                            made heroes of Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett and spawned the well-known
                            battle cry, Jose Antonio Navarro and a group of Tejanos—Mexicans of Texas
                            who had lived there for generations—started the battle for Texas. Hector
                            Elizondo narrates an exploration of the life of the famed Tejano leader and
                            his efforts to protect the sovereignty of his homeland as it passed through the
                            hands of multiple governments. TV-PG (#1605)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Antiques Roadshow C “Roadshow Favorites” This one-hour special relives
                            some of the most memorable—and emotional—discoveries of the series’
                            eight years on PBS. Highlights include an original luncheon menu from the
                            Titanic’s doomed last voyage (estimated to be worth $75,000 to $100,000),
                            an Alaskan Eskimo helmet purchased at a flea market and held together with
                            tape (valued at $65,000 to $75,000), and a “Tiffany” vase whose real value
                            leaves its owners speechless. TV-G (#813)
          4:00/3:00 AM      American Experience C “Remember the Alamo” Long before the Alamo
                            made heroes of Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett and spawned the well-known
                            battle cry, Jose Antonio Navarro and a group of Tejanos—Mexicans of Texas
                            who had lived there for generations—started the battle for Texas. Hector
                            Elizondo narrates an exploration of the life of the famed Tejano leader and
                            his efforts to protect the sovereignty of his homeland as it passed through the
                            hands of multiple governments. TV-PG (#1605)




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          5:00/4:00 AM      Martin Luther “The Reluctant Revolutionary” The Catholic Church uses all
                            of its might to try to silence Luther, including accusations of heresy and
                            excommunication. Protected by his local ruler, Frederick the Wise, Luther
                            continues to write radical critiques of the church. In the process, he develops
                            a new system of faith that places the freedom of the individual believer above
                            the rituals of the church. Aided by the newly invented printing press, his
                            ideas spread rapidly. He is called before the German imperial parliament in
                            the city of Worms and told he must recant. Risking torture and execution,
                            Luther refuses, proclaiming his inalienable right to believe what he wishes.
                            His stand becomes a legend that inspires revolution across Europe,
                            overturning the thousand-year-old hegemony of the church. As the
                            reformation expands into a movement for social freedom, Luther finds
                            himself overwhelmed by the pace of change, and is left vainly protesting that
                            his followers should be concerning themselves with God. TV-G (#102)
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Giants and Cubs” Leona thinks that scary giants are
                            coming into the library to clobber lion cubs. TV-Y (#129)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#602)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Mummies Made in Egypt” An exploration of how the
                            ancient Egyptians prepared bodies for burial and what we can learn from
                            their mummies today. Corinne Orr reads Aliki’s book about mummification
                            techniques, and LeVar visits the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to learn how
                            mummies and artworks from ancient Egypt are preserved. A CT scan shows
                            what’s inside the skull of one mummy. TV-Y (#509)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1710)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Getting Up to Speed” Basic concepts of arithmetic:
                            addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. TV-G (#102) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Giddy Grandma/Trouble at School” Sister picks
                            Grizzly Gran for her “The Bear I Admire Most” school project. Home from
                            school for a few days with the flu, Brother neglects his homework and gets a
                            0 on his math test, then doesn’t know how to break the bad news to Mama
                            and Papa. TV-Y (#103)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Tea-riffic Manners” Barney and the children have a
                            tea party in the park. They decorate the park and the picnic table, put on some
                            adult dress-up clothes, and work on teaching Baby Bop good table manners.
                            TV-Y (#703)
         10:00/9:00 AM      America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated C “Easy Sheet Cakes”
                            Recipes for carrot cake with cream cheese frosting and chocolate cake with
                            chocolate frosting. The team also tastes a variety of milk chocolate to
                            determine the best. TV-G (#409)




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         10:30/9:30 AM      Master Class at Johnson & Wales C “Pan-Frying and Sautéeing Meats”
                            Pan-frying and sautéing are quick-cooking techniques found in many recipes,
                            and are most successful when you know how to choose oils and have your
                            pan at the right temperature. The final recipe is from guest chef Steven
                            Schimoler, who makes his own version of a French classic. TV-G (#209)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Hometime C “Urban Backyard (Part 2): Fence and Arbor” Continuing the
                            backyard landscaping project, Dean and Robin install the wood fence and an
                            arbor. TV-G (#1702)
        11:30/10:30 AM      P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home C “A Modern Twist” Allen tours a riverside
                            garden home for ideas on how to create a garden to complement a
                            contemporary design. At a lakeside garden, he meets the designers and learns
                            how their love of daylilies and the South Pacific influenced their creation.
                            TV-G (#209)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Making Inferences” Matching
                            graphic symbols with written words; inferring consequences and limitations
                            from vaguely written statements; distinguishing between relevant and
                            irrelevant information and true and false statements. After hearing of several
                            burglaries at apartments belonging to senior citizens, Darrell fears for the
                            safety of his old friend Mr. John. Candy helps Rhonda buy a used car, but it
                            turns out to be a lemon. TV-G (#104) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Workplace Safety” Developing
                            safety-conscious attitudes and skills. TV-G (#107) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Kaye’s Quilting Friends C “Braided Borders” Kaye shows her easy
                            technique for cutting topless triangles. Cynthia Scott shares sewing machine
                            techniques. TV-G (#1609)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting with Shar C “Sno ’n’ Love” Lois Fletcher shares her Sno ’n’ Love
                            design, a winter scene featuring homespun fabrics that can be used as a wall
                            hanging, mantel cover, or table runner. It includes a flying geese border,
                            appliqué snowmen, and trees. TV-G (#209)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Glass with Vicki Payne C “Stained Glass Designing/Traditional vs.
                            Technology/Michael Wilk” Michael Wilk of Dragonfly Software guides
                            Vicki through design set-up; pattern enlargement; and adjustments, including
                            glass selection—all on the computer. Vicki also shows how to resize a design
                            using traditional enlarging methods and a projector. TV-G (#709)
           2:30/1:30 PM     The Router Workshop C “Base Table” The Queen Anne legs are dovetailed
                            into patterned rails. The low base-table is completed with a molded top to
                            hold the chiffonier chest of drawers or as an accent table for use anywhere in
                            the home or apartment. TV-G (#1209)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Beginning” Orientation to the series; basic mathematics
                            vocabulary; applying math to real-life settings. TV-G (#101) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K An introduction and orientation to the series and
                            testimonials from adult learners about the importance of reading. TV-G
                            (#101) V



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           4:00/3:00 PM     The Desert Speaks C “How Desert Creatures Survive” Desert mammals,
                            reptiles, amphibians, birds, insects, fish, and plants have devised many clever
                            and unique strategies for surviving in their harsh environment. TV-G (#1109)
           4:30/3:30 PM     World of Wildlife C “Armor” Rhinos, turtles, pangolins, and seeds all have
                            one thing in common—a thick coat of armor. But armor sometimes brings
                            problems, and not every armored animal is safe from danger. TV-G (#309)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Weekend Explorer C “Wales, Britain” Jeffrey tours scenic Wales from his
                            base at a historic inn at Conway, a city that sits within the protective walls of
                            a majestic medieval castle. He rides horseback over a mountain that
                            overlooks the scenic Irish Sea, encounters wild goats and a bizarre-looking
                            type of seal in a national park, and visits a local woolen mill that takes wool
                            from the sheep’s back all the way to tweed blazers. TV-G (#209)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Lakes Ports o’ Call C “Ludington” Tour the Historic White Pine
                            Village and meet the captain of the Lake Michigan car ferry. Plus, take a look
                            at the well-known photography of Todd Reed. TV-G (#509)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Born Free and Equal” A Massachusetts slave named Mum
                            Bett sues for her freedom and wins, inspiring Sarah to join the fight for civil
                            rights. The American victory at Yorktown finally convinces a bitter King
                            George III to recognize the colonies’ independence and begin negotiating
                            peace terms. TV-Y7 (#137)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Snow Day To Be Exact” Hacker steals the powerful
                            sunisphere from Solaria, causing the cyberworld’s sunny vacation paradise to
                            be covered in snow. During a fun-filled chase across the snowy terrain, the
                            kids must use the power and speed of estimation to recover the glowing orb
                            from Buzz and Delete before the temperature reaches zero and the site
                            freezes over forever. TV-Y (#104)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Tony Brown’s Journal Incorporates hard-hitting public affairs
                            documentaries with interviews of special interest to the African-American
                            community. TV-None
           8:00/7:00 PM     Nova C “Lost Treasures of Tibet” Mustang, a tiny kingdom along the
                            northern border of Nepal, conceals the monastery of Thubchen. Its priceless
                            paintings have been damaged by a leaking roof and stained by soot from the
                            butter lamps of devout monks. Restoration efforts pit architects and art
                            conservators against many natives who want the paintings left alone. TV-G
                            (#3006)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Innovation C “Light Speed” This episode offers insight into the brilliance,
                            foresight, and serendipity that have led to the proliferation of fiber optics and
                            revolutionized the communication industry worldwide. TV-PG (#907)




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          10:00/9:00 PM     Independent Lens C “The Weather Underground” During the late 1960s and
                            early 1970s, several hundred young women and men tried to spark a socialist
                            revolution. The Weathermen waged a low-level war against the U.S.
                            government: bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of
                            prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history. Former
                            members look back on this notorious movement, speaking candidly about
                            their experiences. Lili Taylor narrates. TV-14-L (#522)
        11:30/10:30 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10687)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#182)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#181)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Nova C “Lost Treasures of Tibet” Mustang, a tiny kingdom along the
                            northern border of Nepal, conceals the monastery of Thubchen. Its priceless
                            paintings have been damaged by a leaking roof and stained by soot from the
                            butter lamps of devout monks. Restoration efforts pit architects and art
                            conservators against many natives who want the paintings left alone. TV-G
                            (#3006)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Innovation C “Light Speed” This episode offers insight into the brilliance,
                            foresight, and serendipity that have led to the proliferation of fiber optics and
                            revolutionized the communication industry worldwide. TV-PG (#907)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Nova C “Lost Treasures of Tibet” Mustang, a tiny kingdom along the
                            northern border of Nepal, conceals the monastery of Thubchen. Its priceless
                            paintings have been damaged by a leaking roof and stained by soot from the
                            butter lamps of devout monks. Restoration efforts pit architects and art
                            conservators against many natives who want the paintings left alone. TV-G
                            (#3006)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Independent Lens C “The Weather Underground” During the late 1960s and
                            early 1970s, several hundred young women and men tried to spark a socialist
                            revolution. The Weathermen waged a low-level war against the U.S.
                            government: bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of
                            prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history. Former
                            members look back on this notorious movement, speaking candidly about
                            their experiences. Lili Taylor narrates. TV-14-L (#522)
          5:30/4:30 AM      Enviromysteries: Breaking the Mold C This is a fictional film about
                            real-life NPR librarian Kee Malesky. At age 16, Kee lives quietly in the
                            shadow of her brother. When she is cast on a popular reality television show
                            and becomes ill from toxic mold, Kee must finally face her long-suppressed
                            dream of becoming a librarian. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Old Man” Writer Babs Caplan visits the library
                            to write the world’s scariest story. TV-Y (#124)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#603)




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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Germs Make Me Sick!” Molly Mandlin reads Melvin
                            Berger’s book about the tiny organisms that cause disease and how our
                            bodies fight against them. LeVar uses a microscope to see some real germs,
                            learns about how they are cultured and studied in medical labs, and talks to an
                            organic farmer about the helpful things some microorganisms do. TV-Y
                            (#404)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1706)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Salsa musician Rubén Blades performs some of his songs and talks
                            about his writing process. An El Paso mother enters the Even Start program
                            and learns ways to bring her family closer together through reading and
                            writing. Then Question Man shares tips on taking tests. TV-G (#111)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Jump Rope Contest/Lost in a Cave” Sister is
                            picked to represent her school in a jump-rope contest. Papa leads the Bear
                            Scouts on a spelunking expedition, and it turns out that Cousin Fred is afraid
                            of dark, spooky caves. The cubs help him get over his fears, and in turn he
                            gets them out of trouble after a wrong turn. TV-Y (#104)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Puppy Love” Barney and the kids help Mr. Boyd find
                            his lost dog, Bingo. Along the way, they sing the song “Bingo,” explore what
                            a vet does, meet Miss Duffy and her guide dog and learn that you shouldn’t
                            pet working dogs without asking, and look up information about different
                            kinds of dogs on the Internet. TV-Y (#704)
         10:00/9:00 AM      The Art of Bill Alexander “Oregon Coast” The endless staccato of waves on
                            rocks creates a gentle mist along the coast. In this program Robert Warren
                            demonstrates how to capture thefeeling and the spirit of the sea. TV-G
                            (#609)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Scheewe Art Workshop Host Susan Scheewe introduces the beautiful art of
                            watercolor and acrylic painting, using a variety of techniques and mediums.
                            Her easy-to-follow style encourages creativity for artists at all levels. TV-G
                            (#843)
        11:00/10:00 AM      America Sews with Sue Hausmann C “Sew a Tropical Bathroom” Exciting
                            home decorator fabrics will transform your bathroom into an island paradise.
                            Guest Pam Hastings demonstrates how easy it is to make shower curtains,
                            designer towels, and more. Quick project: Broderie anglaise. TV-G (#1709)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Needle Arts Studio with Shay Pendray C Quick and fun knitting projects to
                            share with the kids; designs inspired by the exquisite Japanese embroidery at
                            the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA; an introduction to the Craft Yarn
                            Council; and more fabulous knitting yarns. TV-G (#708)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C K “Civics and Government” Explores the foundations
                            and structure of American government and the rights and responsibilities of
                            citizenship. TV-G (#120) V
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Writing Test” Advice on how to
                            prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions. TV-G (#102) V




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          1:00/12:00 PM     The Chefs of Napa Valley C “Moroccan Flavors” Guest chefs Cindy
                            Pawlcyn and Pablo Jacinto share two dishes from her new restaurant: grilled
                            shiitakes and asparagus with crispy ginger butter followed by a
                            Moroccan-inspired meal of spice-crusted lemon chicken with raisin couscous
                            and harissa butter. TV-G (#122)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Lucy’s Classic Cajun Culture and Cooking C “Sweet potatoes” Sweet
                            potatoes top the menu as Lucy shows how they are grown and harvested.
                            Recipes include stuffed pork chops, bourbon sweet potatoes, old-fashioned
                            wilted salad, and easy yam cookies. TV-G (#709)
           2:00/1:00 PM     The Woodwright’s Shop C “Woodcraft at Conner Prairie” Visit Indiana
                            frontier and early town life with the craftsmen and collections of Conner
                            Prairie. (Taped in Indiana.) TV-G (#2309)
           2:30/1:30 PM     American Woodshop C “Turning Large Boxes” A group of master
                            wood-turning artists share their best ideas in this episode that travels from
                            Washington to Hawaii and then ends up in England. Guest woodworkers
                            include Richard Raffan, Bonnie Klein, Michael Lee, Mike Mahoney, and Al
                            Stirt. TV-G (#1209)
           3:00/2:00 PM     GED Connection C K “Geometry” Reviews geometry terms, basic
                            properties of angles and triangles, and methods for solving a variety of
                            geometry problems. TV-G (#135) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Using Sources of Information”
                            Selecting and using appropriate reference and resource material and finding
                            the relevant information within it. Darrell goes to the library to try to identify
                            something unusual he saw in the sky. Rhonda finally gets a good used car and
                            uses a map to plan a trip to her mother’s. TV-G (#105) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     MotorWeek C “Saab 9-2” Road tests of the 2005 Saab 9-2 and the 2004 Kia
                            Amanti. TV-G (#2334)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Cabin Country C “Hog Wild!” The crew travels to Oklahoma’s Chain
                            Ranch to pursue wild boar with the help of black-mouthed Ker dogs. TV-PG
                            (#1208)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Rick Steves’ Europe C “Berlin: Resilient, Reunited, and Reborn” Berlin is
                            back, resuming its place as a great European capital. Rick climbs the
                            Reichstag’s new glass dome, sways at a modern-day cabaret, and pops a few
                            chocolates in the now thriving eastern sector. Along with Germany’s finest
                            art, complicated Berlin also holds hidden remnants of its fascist and
                            communist past. TV-G (#211)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Smart Travels—Europe with Rudy Maxa C “London” After savoring
                            traditional sights such as Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard,
                            Rudy visits the site where Charles Dickens penned Oliver Twist and gets a
                            bird’s-eye view of contemporary London from the new London Eye
                            observation wheel. TV-G (#109)




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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “The Man Who Wouldn’t Be King” The war officially ends
                            with the signing of a peace treaty. George Washington, hoping to return to
                            private life as a gentleman farmer, squelches an attempt by his own men to
                            stage a military coup and install him as king of America. James, Sarah, and
                            Henri travel to Maryland to witness Washington offering his resignation to
                            Congress. TV-Y7 (#138)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Mother’s Day” It’s Mother’s Day in cyberspace—and
                            Hacker is determined to ruin it for everyone, especially Motherboard, by
                            derailing the train that picks up the rare and colorful Madre Bonitas, a
                            beautiful flower that can be harvested only on this one day. It’s a race against
                            time as the kids and Digit try to repair the breaks in the line and save
                            Mother’s Day. TV-Y (#206)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Uncommon Knowledge A weekly public affairs program that features the
                            foremost authorities from business, academe, and public-interest
                            organizations. TV-None (#834)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Mark Russell Comedy Special C “Mark Russell Comedy Special—Primary
                            2004” Drawing on today’s headlines, PBS’ resident raconteur delivers
                            pointed one-liners and sharp-witted song parodies live from the studios of
                            WNED in Buffalo, NY, his hometown. TV-PG (#2801)
           9:00/8:00 PM     American Masters C “Henry Luce and Time-Life’s America: A Vision of
                            Empire” Tells the story of Henry Luce, who co-founded Time, Inc. in 1923
                            and presided over the company through the 1960s, making an indelible mark
                            on publishing. Visual icons from the archives of Time, Inc. and its
                            unparalleled collection of 20th-century photographs and news footage, along
                            with readings from Time, Inc.’s groundbreaking essays and firsthand
                            accounts from those who knew Luce best, provide insight into his life, work,
                            and influence on America. TV-PG (#1705)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Matisse and Picasso C A tour of Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum and its
                            exclusive exhibition of two of the most famous artists of the 20th century is
                            interwoven with a discussion of the rivalry and ultimate friendship between
                            the two painters. TV-G
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10688)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#183)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#182)
         1:00/12:00 AM      American Masters C “Henry Luce and Time-Life’s America: A Vision of
                            Empire” Tells the story of Henry Luce, who co-founded Time, Inc. in 1923
                            and presided over the company through the 1960s, making an indelible mark
                            on publishing. Visual icons from the archives of Time, Inc. and its
                            unparalleled collection of 20th-century photographs and news footage, along
                            with readings from Time, Inc.’s groundbreaking essays and firsthand
                            accounts from those who knew Luce best, provide insight into his life, work,
                            and influence on America. TV-PG (#1705)
          2:30/1:30 AM      Matisse and Picasso C A tour of Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum and its
                            exclusive exhibition of two of the most famous artists of the 20th century is
                            interwoven with a discussion of the rivalry and ultimate friendship between
                            the two painters. TV-G
          3:00/2:00 AM      Mark Russell Comedy Special C “Mark Russell Comedy Special—Primary
                            2004” Drawing on today’s headlines, PBS’ resident raconteur delivers
                            pointed one-liners and sharp-witted song parodies live from the studios of
                            WNED in Buffalo, NY, his hometown. TV-PG (#2801)
          4:00/3:00 AM      American Masters C “Henry Luce and Time-Life’s America: A Vision of
                            Empire” Tells the story of Henry Luce, who co-founded Time, Inc. in 1923
                            and presided over the company through the 1960s, making an indelible mark
                            on publishing. Visual icons from the archives of Time, Inc. and its
                            unparalleled collection of 20th-century photographs and news footage, along
                            with readings from Time, Inc.’s groundbreaking essays and firsthand
                            accounts from those who knew Luce best, provide insight into his life, work,
                            and influence on America. TV-PG (#1705)
          5:30/4:30 AM      Matisse and Picasso C A tour of Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum and its
                            exclusive exhibition of two of the most famous artists of the 20th century is
                            interwoven with a discussion of the rivalry and ultimate friendship between
                            the two painters. TV-G
          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “The Popcorn Popper” Lionel and Leona persuade
                            Click to take a magic popcorn popper out of a book, but then they can’t make
                            it stop popping! TV-Y (#116)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#604)



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          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones” Georgia Engel reads
                            Ruth Heller’s book about all the different kinds of animals that lay eggs. To
                            learn more about some of them, LeVar visits a chick hatchery and a nesting
                            beach for loggerhead turtles. TV-Y (#408)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1712)
          8:30/7:30 AM      Math Basics C K “Many Ways To Measure” Customary and metric units of
                            measure; tools and instruments for measuring; the use of a calculator in
                            learning mathematics. TV-G (#103) V
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “The Birthday Boy/Go to Camp” With Mama and Papa
                            too busy to participate, Sister reluctantly decides to do her “Tell Us About a
                            Family Member” report on Brother, and the project helps her see a new side
                            of him. With the help of her friend Lizzy, Sister overcomes her fear of
                            sleeping under the stars and camps out in her own backyard. TV-Y (#105)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Bunches of Boxes” When Barney receives a special
                            delivery of empty boxes, the gang discovers how much fun they are to play
                            with. With a little imagination, they build a ship, a castle, and some race cars.
                            Then BJ comes to visit and helps build an elephant and several musical
                            instruments. TV-Y (#705)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen C “A Visit to the Butcher” Lidia guides
                            viewers through the process of preparing oxtail in two tasty ways: oxtail
                            "butcher style” and rigatoni with oxtail, with a side dish of brussel sprouts
                            braised with vinegar. TV-G (#705)
         10:30/9:30 AM      A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.—Louisiana Cooking
                            with a Change of Heart C “Baked Goose Holly Beach” Professional
                            hunting guide Captain Sammy Faulk of Lake Charles and his father bring
                            their recipe for a traditional holiday meal. TV-G (#1017)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Healthy Body, Healthy Mind “Curing Cancer: Understanding Clinical
                            Trials” Clinical trials—in which scientists compare potential new treatments
                            to the best available treatments—are where much cancer research is
                            conducted. This program looks at the different types of cancer clinical trials,
                            shows what type of person should go into a clinical trial, and examines what
                            successes scientists are hoping for. TV-G (#112)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Health Sense C “Alzheimer’s” Explains exactly what's going on inside the
                            brain of Alzheimer's patients, shows some warning signs, and identifies
                            things individuals can do to perhaps prevent the onset of the disease. Experts
                            explain how Alzheimer's is tested for and diagnosed, as well as describe
                            treatment options that may delay the onset of symptoms. A couple living
                            every day with this disease shares their story of how Alzheimer's often takes
                            the toughest toll on caregivers and family members. TV-G (#103)
    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       Another Page C K “Practical Reading: Using Sources of Information”
                            Selecting and using appropriate reference and resource material and finding
                            the relevant information within it. Darrell goes to the library to try to identify
                            something unusual he saw in the sky. Rhonda finally gets a good used car and
                            uses a map to plan a trip to her mother’s. TV-G (#105) V


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    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       Workplace Essential Skills C K “Learning at Work” Orientation and
                            training phase strategies. TV-G (#108) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Quilt Central C “Guatemalan Bedroom” Making over a bedroom with
                            colorful fabrics from Guatemala, an automated long-arm machine that can
                            “learn” a design and repeat it to perfection, and a bold and beautiful wall
                            hanging project. TV-G (#409)
          1:30/12:30 PM     Quilting from the Heartland C “Country Cows” Designed using the
                            Quilters Starter Kit template set, this rustic quilt features a red bandana print
                            surrounding four handsome Holsteins, each with a golden bell. TV-G
                            (#1106)
           2:00/1:00 PM     More Than Memories C “Perk Up Pages” Ideas for adding special details to
                            scrapbook pages with unusual papers, decorative edges, and colorful pens.
                            TV-G (#809)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Scrapbook Memories C Adding dimension and sound to pages with
                            “shakers” and a look at theme pages. Julie answers a viewer’s question about
                            photos and shares fun ways to display them. TV-G (#309)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Getting Up to Speed” Basic concepts of arithmetic:
                            addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. TV-G (#102) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Learn To Read C K The see-say-hear-read method of learning new words;
                            consonants m, s, p, f, and t; short vowel a; sight words the, a, and is; signs in
                            the workplace. TV-G (#102) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Sid Webb’s Digital Studio C “Turning a Portrait Into a Painted Portrait” Sid
                            transforms a photo into a striking “painted” portrait. After selecting a favorite
                            snapshot of a special person, he scans the photo into the computer and uses
                            the tools of the digital canvas—graphics tablet, paintbrushes, and various
                            paint types (oils, pastel, watercolor)—to turn it into a work of art. TV-G
                            (#106)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Hands On: Crafts for Kids C “Dynasties of China from 2000 BC to 1600
                            AD” Create a terra cotta picture frame, an abacus, a foam dragon, a
                            tetrahedron kite, and a book cover. TV-G (#609)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Dragonfly TV C “Health” The kids investigate how housecats and hounds
                            help us heal, and then use “Glo Germ” technology to track the source of the
                            common cold. Plus, a nutritionist tests kids’ favorite foods to discover best
                            bets. TV-Y (#309)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Real Science! C “Who’s Who? (Owl Biologist and Lepidopterist)”
                            Researchers track the endangered burrowing owl at Mission College in San
                            Jose, CA and search for the giant silk moth in the Sierra foothills. TV-G
                            (#803)
           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “Going Home” Moses helps Cato get to New York, and he
                            decides to accompany Mrs. Radcliffe and other loyalists and escaped slaves
                            to Canada. James reports on the Shays Rebellion and resolves to own his own
                            newspaper someday. Lafayette invites Henri to return to France with him.
                            TV-Y7 (#139)


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           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “Cool It” Determined to destroy Motherboard any way he
                            can, Hacker clogs up her cooling system. Digit brings the kids in to help fix
                            her, but the special cryoxide coolant she needs is found only in
                            Castleblanca—and the supply is closely monitored. To bring back exactly
                            enough cryoxide for Motherboard, the kids have to figure out the volume of
                            her tank. In the process, they discover the importance of standard units of
                            measure. TV-Y (#114)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     Kentucky Time Capsule C K “Knee High to a Sculpture” In the early
                            1970s—before she became a playwright and won both a Pulitzer Prize and a
                            Tony Award—Marsha Norman worked in her hometown of Louisville as a
                            social worker, teacher, and freelance writer. In this film, inspired by a group
                            of children, young Marsha makes Louisville’s statues talk. TV-G (#111)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Live from Lincoln Center “Haydn, Vivaldi and Yo-Yo Ma”
                            Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma revives his successful partnership with
                            the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, led by Ton Koopman. Their brilliant
                            collaborations were first captured on the top-selling releases Simply Baroque
                            in 1999 and Simply Baroque II in 2000, for which Ma’s own 1712
                            Stradivarius cello was configured as a baroque instrument. This broadcast
                            marks their first televised performance together, as well as Ma’s fifth
                            appearance on this program. TV-G (#2903)
           9:00/8:00 PM     Frontline C “The Jesus Factor” As an evangelical Christian, President Bush
                            has something in common with the 46 percent of Americans who describe
                            themselves as being “born again” or having a personal relationship with Jesus
                            Christ. But what do we actually know about the rudiments of George Bush’s
                            faith? To what extent do the president’s spiritual beliefs impact or influence
                            his political decision-making? And how closely do Bush’s religious views
                            mirror those of the country’s burgeoning—and politically
                            influential—evangelical movement? TV-None (#2212)
          10:00/9:00 PM     Lustron: The House America’s Been Waiting For C The story of Chicago
                            inventor Carl Strandlund and his crusade to revolutionize home building by
                            mass-producing steel houses—100 each day—on an assembly line. TV-G
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10689)




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    12:00 AM/11:00 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#184)
    12:30 AM/11:30 PM       Tavis Smiley C Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own
                            signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show—a
                            hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with
                            newsmakers, politicians, celebrities, and real people. TV-None (#183)
         1:00/12:00 AM      Live from Lincoln Center “Haydn, Vivaldi and Yo-Yo Ma”
                            Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma revives his successful partnership with
                            the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, led by Ton Koopman. Their brilliant
                            collaborations were first captured on the top-selling releases Simply Baroque
                            in 1999 and Simply Baroque II in 2000, for which Ma’s own 1712
                            Stradivarius cello was configured as a baroque instrument. This broadcast
                            marks their first televised performance together, as well as Ma’s fifth
                            appearance on this program. TV-G (#2903)
          2:00/1:00 AM      Frontline C “The Jesus Factor” As an evangelical Christian, President Bush
                            has something in common with the 46 percent of Americans who describe
                            themselves as being “born again” or having a personal relationship with Jesus
                            Christ. But what do we actually know about the rudiments of George Bush’s
                            faith? To what extent do the president’s spiritual beliefs impact or influence
                            his political decision-making? And how closely do Bush’s religious views
                            mirror those of the country’s burgeoning—and politically
                            influential—evangelical movement? TV-None (#2212)
          3:00/2:00 AM      Live from Lincoln Center “Haydn, Vivaldi and Yo-Yo Ma”
                            Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma revives his successful partnership with
                            the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, led by Ton Koopman. Their brilliant
                            collaborations were first captured on the top-selling releases Simply Baroque
                            in 1999 and Simply Baroque II in 2000, for which Ma’s own 1712
                            Stradivarius cello was configured as a baroque instrument. This broadcast
                            marks their first televised performance together, as well as Ma’s fifth
                            appearance on this program. TV-G (#2903)
          4:00/3:00 AM      Frontline C “The Jesus Factor” As an evangelical Christian, President Bush
                            has something in common with the 46 percent of Americans who describe
                            themselves as being “born again” or having a personal relationship with Jesus
                            Christ. But what do we actually know about the rudiments of George Bush’s
                            faith? To what extent do the president’s spiritual beliefs impact or influence
                            his political decision-making? And how closely do Bush’s religious views
                            mirror those of the country’s burgeoning—and politically
                            influential—evangelical movement? TV-None (#2212)
          5:00/4:00 AM      Mark Russell Comedy Special C “Mark Russell Comedy Special—Primary
                            2004” Drawing on today’s headlines, PBS’ resident raconteur delivers
                            pointed one-liners and sharp-witted song parodies live from the studios of
                            WNED in Buffalo, NY, his hometown. TV-PG (#2801)



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          6:00/5:00 AM      BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
          6:30/5:30 AM      Between the Lions C “Pebble Trouble” Leona is under a table and won’t
                            come out. (Text: storybook; key word: pebble; target vowel: short e.) TV-Y
                            (#211)
          7:00/6:00 AM      Zoom C Games, skits, science experiments, and other activities for kids ages
                            6 to 12, all based on contributions sent in by kids from across the country.
                            TV-Y (#605)
          7:30/6:30 AM      Reading Rainbow C “Digging Up Dinosaurs” Linda Gelman reads Digging
                            Up Dinosaurs by Aliki, and a ranger and a paleontologist take LeVar on a
                            fossil tour of Dinosaur National Monument to see how dinosaur bones are
                            uncovered and studied. TV-Y (#106)
          8:00/7:00 AM      Body Electric Low-impact exercises. TV-G (#1713)
          8:30/7:30 AM      TV411 C Laverne helps a young man write a card to his girlfriend, parents
                            choose a school for their child, and bluegrass singer/songwriter Hazel
                            Dickens shares some of her music. TV-G (#112)
          9:00/8:00 AM      Berenstain Bears C “Visit the Dentist/Too Much Junk Food” Sister gets her
                            first loose tooth, and Brother scares her by telling her that the dentist will
                            have to yank it out. But the dentist, who turns out to be a very gentle fellow,
                            reassures her that baby teeth just fall out on their own. Though they’re
                            exercising hard to get ready for the annual Bear Country Run, Papa and the
                            cubs find that their performance level just isn’t increasing the way they had
                            hoped. Dr. Grizzly suggests that it might help to put away the junk food and
                            eat a healthier diet. TV-Y (#106)
          9:30/8:30 AM      Barney & Friends C “Stop! Go!” The kids learn how important it is to stop,
                            look, and listen before crossing the street; Baby Bop learns about opposites;
                            the kids and Barney play dress-up and do some silly dancing; and Barney
                            reads the story “The Three Billy Goats Gruff.” TV-Y (#706)
         10:00/9:00 AM      Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art C “Freedom To Roam (Part 5)” Jerry
                            concludes the painting, adjusting the shapes of the buffalo with highlighting.
                            TV-G (#909)
         10:30/9:30 AM      Simply Painting Around the World C “Bayeux” Frank Clarke, Ireland's
                            most sought-after and prolific painter, shares anecdotes from past trips and
                            teaches in his let’s-have-fun style. TV-G (#809)
        11:00/10:00 AM      Martha’s Sewing Room C “Instant Appliqué” Eileen Roche is the guest for
                            a program featuring instant appliqué and free-motion quilting, a pink parfait
                            doll dress with scalloped lace made of netting, a doll purse, and the blanket
                            stitch. TV-G (#1609)
        11:30/10:30 AM      Sew Young Sew Fun C “Hawaii” Make your own “board shorts” like those
                            worn by surfers. Learn how to read a pattern and how to modify a pattern to
                            your liking by adding a pocket. Also, learn important tips for sewing clothing
                            including seam finishes, making a casing, and measuring elastic. Plus, how to
                            achieve accurate topstitching using a special foot. TV-G (#509)




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    12:00 PM/11:00 AM       GED Connection C “Orientation” An overview of the 2002 version of the
                            GED test and how this series and its accompanying workbooks and online
                            lessons can help adults prepare. TV-G (#101)
    12:30 PM/11:30 AM       GED Connection C K “Passing the GED Writing Test” Advice on how to
                            prepare for the GED writing test, with sample test questions. TV-G (#102) V
          1:00/12:00 PM     Michael Chiarello’s Napa Casual Cooking C “Tomatoes” Slow-cooked
                            dried tomatoes with garlic and herbs can be made into a beautiful tomato
                            crostata and a tomato contadina with potatoes and sausage. Michael also
                            visits the gardens at Copia, Napa’s center for food, wine, and the arts. TV-G
                            (#222)
          1:30/12:30 PM     New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends C “Autumn Stews” Jeff
                            and his friends savor slow cooking as they prepare rich stews, including
                            ragout de mouton and salmon and fennel stew. TV-G (#309)
           2:00/1:00 PM     Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom C “Valentine’s Day” Burt finds out whether
                            there really was a St. Valentine, how the ancient Egyptians felt about love,
                            the best spots for finding a Valentine, and why tortellini is the “noodle of
                            love.” TV-G (#107)
           2:30/1:30 PM     Campfire Café “Seafood Quiche” A seafood quiche filled with crabmeat and
                            shrimp, light and healthy cheddar fruit salad, and pineapple-banana
                            coffeecake. TV-G (#108)
           3:00/2:00 PM     Math Basics C K “Beginning” Orientation to the series; basic mathematics
                            vocabulary; applying math to real-life settings. TV-G (#101) V
           3:30/2:30 PM     Math Basics C K “Getting Up to Speed” Basic concepts of arithmetic:
                            addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. TV-G (#102) V
           4:00/3:00 PM     Odysseys & Ovations C “Akron, Ohio” The West Point Market, which is
                            dedicated to exotic products; the famous Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens
                            located in the heart of Akron; a visit with the architect of the Blossom Music
                            Center; and a tour of the Tangiers restaurant kitchen with its world-renowned
                            chef. TV-G (#209)
           4:30/3:30 PM     Simply Ming C “Master Meat Broth” A classic base for delicious soups and
                            sauces, Ming’s master meat broth is a delightful variation on the classic
                            French jus de veau, a lightly thickened broth from veal bones. Ming uses his
                            east-west broth to make five-spice beef noodle soup, grilled lamb loin chops
                            with wild mushroom ragout, and east-west beef and bean stew. Guest chef
                            Michael Lomonaco then joins him, creating charred beef medallions with
                            poblano sauce. TV-G (#122)
           5:00/4:00 PM     Treasures in Your Attic C “Devil and Cards” Joe talks with Nancy Rein
                            about her collection of Royal Bayreuth "devil and cards." TV-G (#403)
           5:30/4:30 PM     Great Museums C “The California State Railroad Museum: Binding Ties”
                            Through meticulously restored locomotives, archival photographs, and
                            artifacts, this Sacramento museum illustrates the diverse experiences of those
                            who built the railroads and those who used them. TV-G (#209)




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           6:00/5:00 PM     Liberty’s Kids C “We the People” The new United States adopts a
                            constitution, and George Washington is sworn in as the first president. Sarah
                            travels to upstate New York to reunite with her parents, and Moses decides to
                            start a school for free black children. TV-Y7 (#140)
           6:30/5:30 PM     Cyberchase C “The Eye of Rom” Hacker steals the powerful Eye of Rom
                            from Binky the Cat’s pyramid, placing the Ancient Egypt cybersite in
                            jeopardy. The kids and Digit set out to retrieve the Eye, but the journey is
                            packed with a maze of gambits that force them to first do and then undo a
                            series of complicated steps. TV-Y (#207)
           7:00/6:00 PM     BBC World News C News from around the world. TV-None
           7:30/6:30 PM     To the Contrary News analysis series featuring women’s perspectives on
                            issues affecting viewers nationwide. TV-None (#1307)
           8:00/7:00 PM     Washington Week C Top Washington-based journalists review and analyze
                            major news events. TV-None (#4344)
           8:30/7:30 PM     Wall $treet Week with Fortune C The latest news in the world of business
                            and finance. TV-None (#245)
           9:00/8:00 PM     NOW with Bill Moyers C Moyers and his guests provide context and
                            meaning on the news of our time with a mix of documentary, conversation,
                            essay, and commentary. TV-None (#318)
          10:00/9:00 PM     The McLaughlin Group Opinions and forecasts on issues of the day.
                            TV-None (#2218)
          10:30/9:30 PM     Comment on Kentucky C K Journalists from around the state discuss news
                            of the day with host Al Smith. A KET production. TV-None (#3026) V
        11:00/10:00 PM      Charlie Rose C Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers,
                            politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, and scientists in
                            one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. TV-None (#10690)




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