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Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 1 of 119
Thu, Jan 01, 2015
Title
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Start
12:00a
Newsline
12:30a
Christmas on the Danube
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AS2 Episode
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Christmas on the Danube is a companion to European Christmas Market. It is true holiday treat that will fill your senses with warmth, touch your
heart, and provide your mind with geography and history, as well. Traveling the majestic Danube river as it passes through stunning European
landscape, history and culture, Christmas on the Danube visits theses cities along the Danube, which are particularly spectacular at Christmas.
01:00a
Sharon Isbin: Troubadour
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Acclaimed for her extraordinary lyricism, technique and versatility, multiple Grammy winner Sharon Isbin is considered one of today's pre-eminent
classical guitarists. Her catalogue of more than 25 recordings - ranging from Baroque, folk and Latin to rock, pop and jazz-fusion - reflects Isbin's
remarkable versatility. Combining performance and documentary, SHARON ISBIN: TROUBADOUR focuses on Isbin's unusual and inspiring
musical journey, including her early guitar studies and teenage triumphs. Along the way, the the Minneapolis native encountered and overcame
numerous obstacles - from resistance to the guitar as an orchestral instrument to her struggles working within a traditionally male-dominated field.
Isben explains, "There is always a duality with this instrument and being a woman playing it. In the guitar world, I always had to fight as a woman.
And in the musical world I always had to fight as a guitarist." The film also explores Isbin's role as teacher to a new generation of guitarists at both
The Julliard School, where she created the first guitar department, and the Aspen Music Festival.
02:00a
Mary Fahl Live In Concert
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Singer-songwriter Mary Fahl first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s folk-rock/adult alternative group, October
Project. As a solo artist, her musical inspirations have expanded to include classical, medieval and world music. Her expressive, transcendent
vocal-instrument has been called "a voice for the gods" (Boston Globe), "a powerful, beautifully proportioned contralto" (Variety), "soulpermeating" (Portland Press), and "supernatural" (author Anne Rice).
03:00a
Becoming California
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BECOMING CALIFORNIA is an epic story of environmental change on America's western edge. From geologic origins hundreds of millions of
years ago to present day and beyond, Becoming California takes a look at change on a grand scale. It reveals how humans' approach toward the
environment dictates the nature of change, and how a shift in attitudes can foster healthy, functioning ecosystems amidst vibrant economies,
sustaining not just nature, but people, too.
05:00a
Growing Bolder
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Little Miracles
Three Promises - One moment Carolyn and Chad Moor were celebrating their love. The next, he lay dying, the victim of a hit-and-run car
accident. During their final moments, Carolyn made three promises that she's spent many years and tears trying to keep. Hers is a story of
Growing Bolder in the face of heartbreaking loss. See how she learned to live and even laugh again and how her story even caught the attention
of Oprah Winfrey. Enjoying Life's Little Miracles - She's not really an athlete. She's a retired biologist who loves adventure. That's why 96-year-old
Mary Anne Cooper traveled from British Columbia to Arizona to compete in the U.S. Masters Swimming National Championships. Mary Anne isn't
trying to be a role model or set an example, but with every stroke, she's doing just that. She even inspired her 70-year-old daughter to also
compete at Nationals. Free Throw King - Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 in a row. Bill
Shafer goes one-on-one with Andy to learn the secrets to his success.
05:30a
Growing Bolder
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Head of the Pack
From Mission Trips to Mission Statements - More and more Americans are taking a page from Paul Newman's book and starting a social
enterprise -- a business you love as a means to helping others. After many mission trips, Jane Hursh felt obligated to share the blessings of her
life. So she turned to a lifelong love -- baking cookies. Now with her shortbread, biscotti and granola, Jane is using something sweet to change
bitter circumstances. 97 Years of Saving Lives - At the time, it was just a simple, selfless act. The right thing to do. Seventy years later, a young
Army captain's good idea is responsible for saving countless lives. It was just one incident in the long, rewarding life of Dr. Norman Wall, who is
one of the most compelling, relevant and fascinating 97-year-olds on the planet. Soaring to New Heights - The best glider pilots in North America
over the age of 55 recently gathered to compete in the Senior Soaring National Championships. Former fighter pilots and commercial airline pilots
call soaring the greatest test of all. How can a 2,000 pound plane with no engine stay aloft for hours flying at 65 miles per hour? Growing Bolder
stopped by the final practice round to find out.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
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Zula Patrol
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Fly Us to the Moon/Castaway Asteroid
FLY US TO THE MOON: Wizzy and Wigg want to go to the Moon to see the moon-ball championship game. But when their rocket-powered
scooter breaks down, and the other ZPers are too busy to give them a ride, the industrious twins try to find a new way to go to space. Their failed
attempts frustrate them, but amuse their not-so-friendly friend, Larvi. However it's the imperfect Larvi who inadvertently gives them the pieces
needed to build a rocket - the only true way to get to space. CASTAWAY ASTEROID: After Gorga snorts up Wizzy's and Wigg's toy box full of
toys, Multo proposes that they make a solar sail kite to play with instead, and teaches them all about solar sails. Then a Zula Patrol fan (Dark
Truder in disguise) calls to compliment the ZP on their new billboard on a distant asteroid. Our heroes get suspicious -- the Zula Patrol doesn't
advertise. When they fly up to the asteroid to investigate, they discover it's a trap! Pirate Truder and his robot crew steal their ship, and the Zula
Patrollers are left stranded on the asteroid. But Wizzy and Wigg use their new knowledge of solar sails to come up with a solution -- a "lifeboat"
using the shiny foil of the billboard as a solar sail.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 2 of 119
Thu, Jan 01, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
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AS2 Episode
08:30a
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo
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Two's A Crowd Part 1, Two's A Crowd Part 2
Two's a Crowd Part 1- An exotic new bird arrives at Peep's can. She's green and red and yellow and has a pouf on her head! She whistles too, a
lot, and speaks Spanish. She's also cold, cold cold, frio, and needs help finding a home. Two's a Crowd Part 2 - Splendid Bird from Paradise (yes,
that's what she's named herself), has a new home but it's not protected from the snow. So Peep, Chirp and Quack go in search of a home that
will fit her in ALL ways.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Interval Training
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Strengthen and Slenderize The Hips
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10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
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Back Health
Mary Ann introduces new exercises to gently loosen the thoracic spine with subtle shoulder and back movements.
10:30a
Sew It All
Block Party, Mary Fons
Piece triangles like a pro and make a quick potholder.
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11:00a
Knitting Daily
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Twist and Shout
Join us as we twist and shout, exploring twisted stitches and head-turning yarns and designs. Eunny begins this episode with a tutorial on short
row and cables; two knitting techniques that you can combine for interesting details. On today's Accessorize Me segment, Laura Bryant and Barry
Klein look at faux fur, and fun projects that incorporate this yarn without harming any animals in the process. Then Clara Parkes and Eunny put
the spotlight on sparkly, novelty yarns. We look at some fun yarns that have a little something extra for cool effects, and talk about where these
novelty yarns can be used to add flair to any project. Finally, Eunny wraps up today's show with a quick tip on the "Big Twist."
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
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On The Square
Marianne Fons was inspired by an antique quilt for this project. Marianne and Mary teach techniques for working with flannel, using a triangle
trimmer for accurate piecing, and using fabric scraps to make a border.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
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01:00p
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living
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Bistro Food
Host Rachel Allen learns to make a classic French onion soup at a local restaurant, Isaac's. In her own kitchen, she whips up steak, chips
(French fries) and Bearnaise sauce, chicken and puy lentil salad and a lemon tart.
01:30p
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends
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N/A #212
Dishes Featuring Basil
Wondering what to do with all your basil? Chef Lawrence Chu of Chef Chu's in Los Altos joins Nick and shares his secret for Fresh Basil Beef and
Chef Chu's Famous Chicken Salad. Stellino demonstrates delicious and simple pasta dishes; Pasta Aglio e Olio with Romano Cheese and
Breadcrumbs and Pasta with Filetto di Pomodoro.
02:00p
The Jazzy Vegetarian
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It's Soup Time!
Host Laura Theodore prepares four superstar soup recipes. We begin with "Winter Warming Soup," which makes the perfect meal on a chilly
night. Next up, "Creamy Broccoli Soup" is quick to prepare with no cream required. When the temperature is rising and soup is on your mind,
chilled "Green Goddess Summer Soup" fills the bill. And last up, soup with a twist: "Penne and Lettuce Soup" cooks up in under fifteen minutes.
02:30p
Essential Pepin
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Savory Staples
Risotto With Vegetables; Darphin Potatoes; Skillet Sweet Potato; Green Couscous; Corn Polenta With Mushroom Ragout.
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Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 3 of 119
Thu, Jan 01, 2015
Title
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03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
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N/A #2007
Hammering, Torching and Shaping
Author and metal artist Mary Hettmansperger has some great ideas for hammering, texturing and coloring metal, plus using eyelets and rivets for
cold connections. Katie's Beading Lesson is using snap finding to make jewelry quickly and easily.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
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DVI #403
Dressing Up The Ordinary
Shortcuts can turn ordinary items into something quite extraordinary. Recipes: mushroom soup, an open-face veggie sandwich and delicious
dressed-up matzo. Projects: customized scissors tote bag, a unique tomato garden.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
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DVI #211
The Marketing Mix
Now that you've decided on your business product or service, how will you promote it? Let the Biz Kids help you understand your target market
and learn about the four P's of business success: product, price, promotion, and placement. Learn how "Exclusive Cuts" barber services, "Wow,
Take a Bow" dog grooming, and other businesses market their services and products.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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DVI #1407
Personal Space
Your space is just that - YOUR space - so why not personalize it with things that mean something to you. We're making crazy duct tape buttons
first. Then put all of your stuff in a handy denim chair cover. You don't have to be a surfer to love surfboards - you might live by the ocean or just
wish you did! We have all sorts of wall decorations. Finally make your dreams a reality by creating a personal dream jar for all of the things you
want to do.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
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Cozy Settings
P. Allen Smith visits Natchez, Mississippi and tours the newly restored Twin Oaks Bed & Breakfast and historic Ravenna House. Allen shares tips
on how he decorated his basement to make it cozy, and roasts smores indoors in a fun and safe way. There is also a sneak preview of the
Garden Home Challenge!
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
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N/A #506
In The Garden with Margaret Roach: New York
Former senior executive for Martha Stewart shares how her garden saved her and how it IS possible to grow more sustainably both in the garden
and in life.
06:00p
Journal
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06:30p
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
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07:00p
Newsline
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07:30p
Asia Biz Forecast
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08:00p
Holiday Handbells: The Raleigh Ringers
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The Raleigh Ringers, an internationally acclaimed community handbell choir based in Raleigh, North Carolina, present the sequel to their critically
acclaimed holiday special, One Winter Evening at Meymandi. HOLIDAY HANDBELLS runs the gamut of song selections from old yuletide
favorites to Vince Guaraldi's A Charlie Brown Christmasscore and other sounds of the season. Highlights include: a lighthearted take on "Flight of
the Bumblebee," the solemn French carol "Pat-a-pan," "March of the Toys" from the operetta Babes in Toyland, Chopin's "Valse Brilliante," and
an instrumental version of "Silent Night." In between, director and conductor David Harris explains the centuries-old history of handbells, the
variety of bells and bell-like instruments used, and the teamwork required to perform a piece.
09:00p
Live from the Artists Den
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N/A #801
Tim Mcgraw
Country superstar Tim McGraw tore through a dozen songs during his taping of Live from the Artists Den, including hits "Southern Girl" and "One
of Those Nights" as well as his latest single, "Lookin' For That Girl." Set among the neo-classical columns of the century-old former bank building,
McGraw also previewed a number of songs from his forthcoming album, due out later this year.
10:00p
Changing Seas
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N/A #601
Living Fossils
In the deep, dark waters off the coast of Roatan, Honduras, strange flowerlike animals flourish. These sea lilies and feather stars, known as
Crinoids, have been around in various forms since before the age of Dinosaurs. Now experts including Dr. Charles Messing from Nova
Southeastern University descend into the deep to study the animals from a submersible.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 4 of 119
Thu, Jan 01, 2015
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10:30p
Changing Seas
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N/A #602
Biggest Fish in the Sea
Each summer, the world's largest known aggregation of whale sharks occurs just off the coast of Cancun, Mexico, attracting tourists and
scientists alike. Hundreds of these gentle giants come to the area to feed on plankton, giving experts the opportunity to learn more about the
largest fish in the sea.
11:00p
The Trial of Edward Snowden
NETA
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N/A
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What would happen if Edward Snowden stood trial? A panel of leading experts role plays through this imaginary scenario, in which the NSA
surveillance program is as much on trial as Snowden. The Panel includes:: Charles Savage, Reporter, The New York Times Gen. Michael
Hayden, former director, CIA and NSA Joseph Russoniello, former U.S. Attorney and terrorism prosecution expert Hon. Nancy Gertner, former
U.S. District Judge, presently Professor at Harvard Law School Professor David Cole, Professor, Georgetown Law Abbe Lowell, Partner,
Chadbourne & Parke, top criminal defense lawyer. Host: Evan Tsen Lee is Professor of Law, UC Hastings. He teaches Constitutional Law and
Criminal Law and has been named "Teacher of the Year" five times by the students at UC Hastings. His publications include "Judicial Restraint in
America" (Oxford U. Press); and scholarly articles in the Harvard Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Supreme Court
Review, and many other prestigious journals.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 5 of 119
Fri, Jan 02, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
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N/A
#5199
12:30a
Asia Biz Forecast
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N/A
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01:00a
Holiday Handbells: The Raleigh Ringers
APTEX
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N/A
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The Raleigh Ringers, an internationally acclaimed community handbell choir based in Raleigh, North Carolina, present the sequel to their critically
acclaimed holiday special, One Winter Evening at Meymandi. HOLIDAY HANDBELLS runs the gamut of song selections from old yuletide
favorites to Vince Guaraldi's A Charlie Brown Christmasscore and other sounds of the season. Highlights include: a lighthearted take on "Flight of
the Bumblebee," the solemn French carol "Pat-a-pan," "March of the Toys" from the operetta Babes in Toyland, Chopin's "Valse Brilliante," and
an instrumental version of "Silent Night." In between, director and conductor David Harris explains the centuries-old history of handbells, the
variety of bells and bell-like instruments used, and the teamwork required to perform a piece.
02:00a
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
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N/A #801
Tim Mcgraw
Country superstar Tim McGraw tore through a dozen songs during his taping of Live from the Artists Den, including hits "Southern Girl" and "One
of Those Nights" as well as his latest single, "Lookin' For That Girl." Set among the neo-classical columns of the century-old former bank building,
McGraw also previewed a number of songs from his forthcoming album, due out later this year.
03:00a
Changing Seas
APTEX
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N/A #601
Living Fossils
In the deep, dark waters off the coast of Roatan, Honduras, strange flowerlike animals flourish. These sea lilies and feather stars, known as
Crinoids, have been around in various forms since before the age of Dinosaurs. Now experts including Dr. Charles Messing from Nova
Southeastern University descend into the deep to study the animals from a submersible.
03:30a
Changing Seas
APTEX
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N/A #602
Biggest Fish in the Sea
Each summer, the world's largest known aggregation of whale sharks occurs just off the coast of Cancun, Mexico, attracting tourists and
scientists alike. Hundreds of these gentle giants come to the area to feed on plankton, giving experts the opportunity to learn more about the
largest fish in the sea.
04:00a
The Trial of Edward Snowden
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#0
What would happen if Edward Snowden stood trial? A panel of leading experts role plays through this imaginary scenario, in which the NSA
surveillance program is as much on trial as Snowden. The Panel includes:: Charles Savage, Reporter, The New York Times Gen. Michael
Hayden, former director, CIA and NSA Joseph Russoniello, former U.S. Attorney and terrorism prosecution expert Hon. Nancy Gertner, former
U.S. District Judge, presently Professor at Harvard Law School Professor David Cole, Professor, Georgetown Law Abbe Lowell, Partner,
Chadbourne & Parke, top criminal defense lawyer. Host: Evan Tsen Lee is Professor of Law, UC Hastings. He teaches Constitutional Law and
Criminal Law and has been named "Teacher of the Year" five times by the students at UC Hastings. His publications include "Judicial Restraint in
America" (Oxford U. Press); and scholarly articles in the Harvard Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Supreme Court
Review, and many other prestigious journals.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
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National Debate Special: Is The Affordable Care Act Paralyzing American
The "Beyond Gridlock" debate series continues with leading critics and defenders discussing the Obama administration's health care plan and
ways to begin moving past the political logjam that surrounds it. On the anti-Obamacare side: SALLY PIPES, president of the Pacific Research
Institute and Manhattan Institute's AVIK ROY. Supporting the law: New York Magazine's JONATHAN CHAIT one more.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
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Zula Patrol
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Take Me to Your Ferret/Earth Hunt
TAKE ME TO YOUR FERRET: The Zula Patrollers are forced to land on Earth after their ship's wiring develops problems. Stranded on Earth,
they learn about the planet with the help of a new friend, a ferret named Buzzy. Buzzy was in training to run wires through shuttles for the space
program, so he offers to help our heroes re-wire their ship. What follows is a romp in which our Zula Patrollers lead curious Earthling UFO
seekers on a merry chase to avoid discovery, until their ship is repEPISODEed for take off. EARTH HUNT: Earth leaves its place in the solar
system and the Zula Patrol races off to bring her back. When they find her, the little blue planet is cold, tired and still in no mood to return home,
where she has been picked on by brother and sister planets. Our heroes nurse Earth back to health, and Wigg, who has learned his own lesson
about his importance as a member of a team, ultimately convinces Earth she is an important part of the Solar System. The Zula Patrol ultimately
takes her back for a happy homecoming.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 6 of 119
Fri, Jan 02, 2015
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08:30a
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo
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N/A #402
The Road Not Taken Part 1, The Road Not Taken Part 2
The Road Not Taken Part 1 - Peep is late arriving at Chirp's bush. Turns out he took a VERY long route to get there. (There's so much to look at!)
The birds use yarn to mark the shortest path from Peep's can to Chirp's bush. The Road Not taken Part 2 - A path made of yarn has a way of
disappearing, so Peep, Chirp and Quack make a NEW path using objects from Chirp's collection. It's a pretty path, too, because it's made in a
pattern. But is sticking to a path always a good idea?
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Couples Workout with the Ball
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Full Body Bar Workout
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10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
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Functional Fitness
This episode includes exercises that promote healthy living and being able to perform daily activities with ease and without injury. Registered
dietitian, Janell Buchkoski, challenges viewers with a weight management tip of the day.
10:30a
Sew It All
Shift In Thought, Brini Maxwell
Create a shift dress that suits your personal style.
NETA
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11:00a
Knitting Daily
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Ruches and Welts
On today's episode we're getting started with a lesson on horizontal ruching and welts. These easy-to-knit elements add a touch of details to your
knitwear. Next, on today's Accessorize Me segment Kristin and Eunny have a fun beret design to share, which is knit from the top down. Eunny
demonstrates the unique cast-on for beginning this hat project. Then, Clara Parkes and Eunny talk about camelid blends on the Yarn Spotlight.
What's a camelid, and what yarn do these animals produce? They explore what happens when this yarn is blended with other fibers, what
projects lend themselves to these specific yarns, and more. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for easy vertical ruching with slipped stitches.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
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Cubbyholes
Simple construction of these "cubbyhole" blocks makes a great study of lights and darks. Mary and Marianne stress cutting accuracy and a
consistent quarter inch seam for the success of creating this pattern.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
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N/A
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Essential Pepin
APTEX
Sweets for My Sweet
Tartelettes Aux Fruit Panaches; Tarte Tatin; Meme's Apple Tart; Individual Chocolate And Nut Pies.
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DVI
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01:00p
01:30p
Chef John Besh's New Orleans
Shrimp Remoulade, Baked Oysters with Mushrooms, and Rice Calas.
02:00p
Chef John Besh's Family Table
Crab-Stuffed Avocados; Jalapeno Cheese Grits; Easy Pork Grillades.
02:30p
Cook's Country
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N/A #705
Old-Fashioned Sunday Suppers
Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Skillet-Roasted Chicken and Stuffing. Then, Chris uncovers the test
kitchen's secret to making chicken stock in the pressure cooker. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top food saver gadgets. And
finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect Pork Chops with Vinegar Peppers.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
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Style and Color
Molly Schaller shows how she uses trend boards to design jewelry and demonstrates trendy leather bracelets with large focal beads. Then she
makes a colorful statement necklace and shares great tips on storing bead strands. In Katie's Beading Lesson she shows how to organize your
work space. She offers suggestions for the right supplies and tools and adds another important element - lighting, especially when working with
small beads and distinguishing colors.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 7 of 119
Fri, Jan 02, 2015
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03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
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Circus Party
Katie and the Workshop crew put on a show. In the kitchen, they make goodies that look like they come straight from the circus stands: puff dogs,
popcorn squares and a piled-high round cake. Katie wows the crowds with an animal train and popcorn box centerpiece.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #212
Hidden Careers
You don't have to be perfect at your passion to build a career in it. If you love baseball, but don't have the skills of a super athlete, you will see
there are many different roles you can play behind the scenes. Learn about "behind the scenes" careers in sports, music, entertainment, art, and
even aviation.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1408
Just Have Fun
Crafting is supposed to be fun - there's no right way - no correct colors - there are enough rules in life without making them a part of your crafting.
Begin with emoticons, crazy computer symbols just for fun. Then, create a diorama of your vision of outer space - and don't worry if it's realistic.
Next, make funny animals from just one shape. Finally, finish up with pillows made from old t shirts.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1202
Gardens & Art
P. Allen Smith shares tips on decorating flower vases, adding garden ornaments to any landscape, and takes us along as he tours the fountains
of Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, Missouri, the Monet Garden at the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago, and the unique sculptures at the
Bernice Gardens in Little Rock, Arkansas. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #507
The Weekend Farmer; Beyond The Garden-The Basics of Starting A Small Farm:
For many, the longing for a more rural lifestyle comes calling sooner or later. Just a small plot of land out in the country for a weekend getaway
we say; a few chickens, a garden and maybe a goat or two. Before you know it, you're farming. While experience is still the best teacher, we'll
show you some of the most important considerations you need to know-before taking the plunge.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11002
06:30p
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#348
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5200
07:30p
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#349
08:00p
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#918
Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys; Mountain Park Old Time Band.
09:00p
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1408
Guy Davis, Si Kahn & The Looping Brothers, Plus Sue Massek
Guy Davis has dedicated himself to reviving the traditions of acoustic blues and bringing them to as many ears as possible through the material of
the great blues masters, African American stories, and his own original songs, stories and performance pieces. Guy has been recording since
1978 - he is a musician, composer, actor, director, and writer. 'Juba Dance' is Guy's latest, released by our friends at M.C. Records. It's a stripped
down recording contain Guy's own compositions and choice covers by Blind Lemon Jefferson, Rev. Robert Wilkins and Blind Willie McTell. Si
Kahn & The Looping Brothers have teamed up for an extraordinary album that features the best-known songs from this legendary songwriter,
author, playwright and activist in a bluegrass setting. The Looping Brothers are one of Europe's most respected and best-loved bluegrass bands.
On their joint CD 'Aragon Mill: The Bluegrass Sessions' the Looping Brothers handpicked and arranged the material and cast each of Si's classic
songs in a new light. Plus, Sue Massek, best know as the banjoist and singer of Kentucky's Reel World String Band, will perform an excerpt from
the one-woman play 'Precious Memories,' written for her by Si Kahn, in which she stars as Eastern Kentucky traditional singer and union
songwriter Sarah Ogan Gunning.
10:00p
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #206
Into The Dark
A Better Place Than This (USC) An executioner on Singapore's death row tries to help a young convict accept her fate, even though it means
facing his own demons. Written and directed by Daniel Grove.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Fri, Jan 02, 2015
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10:30p
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #405
Time Travel and the Filmmaker's Trek
Rian Johnson (Looper), Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko), and Roberto Orci (Star Trek), masters of weaving time travel into the fabric of film, dissect
the elements that make for a believable "operating system" when writing a comprehensible timeline for a screenplay. A Conversation About
Cheating with my Time Traveling Future Self accompanies this episode, trailing one man's attempt to better his life by traveling back in time to
offer himself weathered advice, written and directed by Pornsak Pichetshote.
11:00p
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#201
Sutton's Clock; Tisch & Snooky's Manic Panic; Tiny Dollhouse; Michael Davis Glass.
11:30p
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #721
Satchmo at the Waldorf
Playwright Terry Teachout (also lead drama critic for The Wall Street Journal) and actor John Douglas Thompson discuss Teachout's new play,
Satchmo at The Waldorf, about the last years of jazz legend Louis Armstrong, in which, The New York Times tells us, "John Douglas Thompson
vividly resurrects Armstrong...By the show's end, you sense the profound fortitude that lay beneath the avuncular surface of this giant, and you
are newly appreciative of his singular place in history."
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 9 of 119
Sat, Jan 03, 2015
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Start
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5200
12:30a
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#349
01:00a
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#918
Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys; Mountain Park Old Time Band.
02:00a
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1408
Guy Davis, Si Kahn & The Looping Brothers, Plus Sue Massek
Guy Davis has dedicated himself to reviving the traditions of acoustic blues and bringing them to as many ears as possible through the material of
the great blues masters, African American stories, and his own original songs, stories and performance pieces. Guy has been recording since
1978 - he is a musician, composer, actor, director, and writer. 'Juba Dance' is Guy's latest, released by our friends at M.C. Records. It's a stripped
down recording contain Guy's own compositions and choice covers by Blind Lemon Jefferson, Rev. Robert Wilkins and Blind Willie McTell. Si
Kahn & The Looping Brothers have teamed up for an extraordinary album that features the best-known songs from this legendary songwriter,
author, playwright and activist in a bluegrass setting. The Looping Brothers are one of Europe's most respected and best-loved bluegrass bands.
On their joint CD 'Aragon Mill: The Bluegrass Sessions' the Looping Brothers handpicked and arranged the material and cast each of Si's classic
songs in a new light. Plus, Sue Massek, best know as the banjoist and singer of Kentucky's Reel World String Band, will perform an excerpt from
the one-woman play 'Precious Memories,' written for her by Si Kahn, in which she stars as Eastern Kentucky traditional singer and union
songwriter Sarah Ogan Gunning.
03:00a
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #206
Into The Dark
A Better Place Than This (USC) An executioner on Singapore's death row tries to help a young convict accept her fate, even though it means
facing his own demons. Written and directed by Daniel Grove.
03:30a
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #405
Time Travel and the Filmmaker's Trek
Rian Johnson (Looper), Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko), and Roberto Orci (Star Trek), masters of weaving time travel into the fabric of film, dissect
the elements that make for a believable "operating system" when writing a comprehensible timeline for a screenplay. A Conversation About
Cheating with my Time Traveling Future Self accompanies this episode, trailing one man's attempt to better his life by traveling back in time to
offer himself weathered advice, written and directed by Pornsak Pichetshote.
04:00a
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#201
Sutton's Clock; Tisch & Snooky's Manic Panic; Tiny Dollhouse; Michael Davis Glass.
04:30a
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #721
Satchmo at the Waldorf
Playwright Terry Teachout (also lead drama critic for The Wall Street Journal) and actor John Douglas Thompson discuss Teachout's new play,
Satchmo at The Waldorf, about the last years of jazz legend Louis Armstrong, in which, The New York Times tells us, "John Douglas Thompson
vividly resurrects Armstrong...By the show's end, you sense the profound fortitude that lay beneath the avuncular surface of this giant, and you
are newly appreciative of his singular place in history."
05:00a
In Good Shape
WNVC
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#136
05:30a
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2903
Advances In Treating Colon Cancer with Surgery
Colon cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women. But it's also a cancer that can often be prevented by early and
appropriate screening. Also, regular screening-when people are in their 40's - 50's-can often find colon cancer early, when it is most likely to be
curable. In this program we look at treating colon and rectal cancer and focus on a surgical advance that may be helping patients recover faster.
It's minimally invasive colon surgery. Unlike the traditional operations with large incisions and longer recovery times - the minimally invasive
procedure involves smaller incisions -and a much shorter recovery. This can help reduce both the physical and emotional impact on patients'
lives. Plus if the cancer is found early enough-this minimally invasive procedure may be all the treatment they need. We'll also see why the
comprehensive care model works so well in colon & rectal cancer by treating the patient as well as the cancer.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1275
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #224
Marshland Egret By Gary Jenkins
Gary paints a tropical look today that features a White Egret standing among the tall Marshland grasses. A quick and easy acrylic background
gives the look of grass that is fun and effective.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Art 2 Art
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(CC)
N/A
#312
09:00a
Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #112
American Impressionists at Lieutenant River, Ct
David examines the distinctly American style of Impressionism that retained more of a basis of drawing and sketching and more of a reliance on
classical forms - all inherited from the Hudson River Painters. He considers the new technologies in paint, new scientific ideas of perception, and
their methods for realizing a sensual, personal vision on canvas as he paints a River scene reminiscent of the painting by Childe Hassam called
Summer Afternoon.
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Slenderize The Lower Body
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#724
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1412
Good Alignment
By doing exercises with eyes closed, Mary Ann builds an awareness of how good spinal alignment feels. Mary Ann gives a tip of the day.
10:30a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Arthritis Relief
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#105
11:00a
Cooking Odyssey
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #201
Thessaloniki - Part 1
Eva takes us to the capital of the prefecture of central Macedonia, and her hometown, and Chef Yianni makes a feta & eggplant appetizer and
bakaliaro fricasse with a little help from Eva.
11:30a
Chefs A' Field
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #212
Milking Goodness
Chef Leads the Herd. Chef Craig Stoll: Delfina - San Francisco James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Craig Stoll is serious about knowing
exactly where his ingredients come from. In this episode, the chef visits Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company, a real family dairy on the
California coast, to meet the Holstein cows that provide milk for one of his favorite cheeses, and to learn first-hand about the cheese-making
process. Recipes: Pizza Margherita with Tomato, fior di latte mozzarella, basil; Pizza Panna with local Blue Cheese, California Figs, and House
Prosciutto Homemade Peach Ice Cream.
12:00n
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #125
Light and Delicious Supper
Fresh vegetables and dip make a lively, and lovely, precursor to a delicious meal of baked swordfish with lemon, capers, and vinegar; plus
versatile Boiled Potatoes with Fresh Mint Sauce.
12:30p
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #203
Nyc - Little Italy
On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, host Pete Evans explores one of New York City's most famous neighborhoods, Little Italy.
Creating this masterful meal are best-selling author and owner of Prune restaurant, Gabrielle Hamilton, along with chef, author, and restaurant
owner Marco Canora, of the Michelin star-rated Insieme Restaurant. First stop, the culinary trio starts off at Sophia on the famed Mulberry Street
for an espresso and a shot of grappa, then they visit Di Palo that has been in the Italian food business since the early 1900's for the ingredients to
make pasta and antipasto. And to round out their adventure of Italian purveyors they stop by a gelato maker to pick up dessert. On the menu
tonight: a Negroni cocktail, Pork Chop Milanese with Endive and Treviso Salad, Bagna Cauda with Seasonal Vegetables, Fresh Pappardelle with
Peas, Butter, and Parmigiano-Reggiano and Lemon Sgropino. A true Italian Feast! Mangia!
01:00p
Rudy Maxa's World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Food, Drink & Place
At Istanbul's Spice Market, persimmons are split open, their insides resembling melting rubies. Brown-gold paprika is carefully molded into the
shape of a pyramid. Cinnamon, cumin, ginger, and cardamom infuse the air with the fragrance of the East. From haggis in Scotland to soba and
tea in Japan, from asada in Argentina to bibimbap in Korea, food and drink help illustrate the culture of a place and its people.
01:30p
Rhythm Abroad
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Alberta, Canada
Brittany hits the trail to Southern Alberta, Canada to celebrate the rich heritage of the Blackfoot First Nations people through their history, dances,
chants and songs. It's a colorful and lively celebration as Brittany dances in full costume set against the natural beauty of Alberta's Waterton
Lakes National Park at the annual Blackfoot Arts and Cultural Festival.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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02:00p
Rick Steves' Europe
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #810
The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam
By train, bike, and boat, we visit the top Dutch sights outside of Amsterdam: from Haarlem to Rotterdam, and from Delft to the Zuiderzee. Along
the way, we enjoy charming towns with fragrant cheese markets, soggy polderland, mighty dikes, and windmills both new and old. Rolling through
the Netherlands and connecting with its people, you can't help but think, "Everything's so... Dutch!"
02:30p
Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg
ACCES
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
How Safe Is Your Cruise? & Hidden Gems of Australia
Cruise ship safety; Peter's "Hidden Gems" of Australia; correspondent Alyssa Caverley takes a "One-Tank Trip" from Manhattan to New York's
Hudson Valley.
03:00p
Garden Smart
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3612
When visiting an area we find that a local garden club is a tremendous asset in finding beautiful gardens and inspired gardeners. And it's
happened again in this show. How these gardeners tackle their yards and gardens is an inspiration for all gardeners. Don't miss this episode.
03:30p
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #310
A Feast for the Season
Allen is getting ready for a feast at the farm! But he wants to spend time with his guests. In this episode, he shows viewers how to prepare some
recipes in advance so there is more time with family and friends. Plus, Chef Capi Peck prepares a delicious Butternut Squash Gratin and Allen
shares tips on how to decorate an elegant table without going overboard.
04:00p
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #425
Haleh Esfandiari
Haleh Esfandiari is the director of the Middle East program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C. She is
the author of My Prison, My Home and Reconstructed Lives: Women and Iran's Islamic Revolution. In 2007, after being falsely accused of plotting
against the Islamic Republic, Esfandiari spent 105 days in solitary confinement in Evin, Iran's most notorious prison. In this conversation with
Maria Hinojosa, Esfandiari talks about her incarceration, Iran's women's movement and the future of her native country.
04:30p
Overheard with Evan Smith
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #501
Lawrence Wright
Lawrence Wright is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and staff writer for The New Yorker. His newest book is Thirteen Days in September: Carter,
Begin, and Sadat at Camp David, a day-by-day account of the 1978 Camp David Accords. Wright won the Pulitzer in 2007 for his book Looming
Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11.
05:00p
Peninsula Voice 150
PENTV
(N)
N/A #150
John Ebneter and Smc History Story #20
Host Dani Gasparini interviews John Ebneter, Co-Chair, Sustainability Commission, City of San Mateo; Mike Casey presents a San Mateo
County History Story segment
05:30p
Natural Heroes
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A #610
Moveshake: Stories of Gregg Treinish and Alison Gannett
MoveShake is a film series focusing on individual movers and shakers creating environmental and social change. These films give a look into the
lives of people dedicating themselves to their cause and the personal struggles and successes that come with the journey. Meet climate change
activist and professional skier, Alison Gannett, and founder of Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation, Gregg Treinish.
06:00p
Focus On Europe
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3252
06:30p
Asia This Week
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#439
07:00p
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#349
07:30p
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#350
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Date: 11/22/2014
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08:00p
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Tim Reynolds & Tr3
Tim Reynolds & TR3 bring killer guitar riffs and rock and roll funk to the hallowed walls of Infinity Hall. Reynolds, best known for his collaborations
with the Dave Matthews Band, is widely regarded as underrated master, highly skilled at guitar, bass, piano, sitar, mandolin, violin and various
instruments of ethnic percussion. Amazing audiences all over the world for more than 35 years, Reynolds has perfected a unique performance
style that he brings to this extraordinary INFINITY HALL LIVE set. Born in Germany, Reynolds began playing music at a young age in his parents'
church. Following high school graduation, Reynolds left home and moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where he began playing at local bars. Away
from his parents' strict moral and behavioral instruction, Reynolds was able to experiment, developing his own sound. After forming the original
TR3 in the early '90s, Reynolds began touring. Simultaneously, he collaborated with a young Dave Matthews on his early performances and
albums. Today, Reynolds continues to tour with the Dave Matthews Band lending his unmatched guitar skill to the group. Reynolds is
accomplished at nearly 30 musical instruments. When his musical mastery is combined with his flawless improvisation and complex riffs, the
result is an unforgettable rock performance.
09:00p
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
James Blunt
The British singer-songwriter and five-time Grammy nominee showcases his raw, direct and emotionally honest lyrics, including his hits "You're
Beautiful," "Goodbye My Lover" and "Same Mistake," as well as songs from his fourth studio album, Moon Landing.
10:00p
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1321
Central America: Costa Rica & Nicaragua
Neil Gibson visits the Costa Rican capital of San Jose, where he gets caught up in election fever, samples traditional cuisine and visits volunteers
trying to combat poverty in the city. He cruises to Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and encounters tarantulas, deadly snakes and rare birds
before arriving at Volcan Arenal, where he relaxes in the hot springs. In Liberia, he attends a bull fiesta where tries his hand at being a cowboy.
He crosses the border into Nicaragua and stops at El Castillo, site of the only castle in Central America. Neil plays baseball on the island of
Mancarron, rolls cigars in Granada and explores Managua, site of the devastating earthquake. He ends his trip at the Volcan Masaya, known by
the Indians as the "land of the gods" and by the Spanish as "the mouth of Hell."
11:00p
Great Museums: "Elevated Thinking" The High Line In New York City
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Narrated by actress Susan Sarandon, GREAT MUSEUMS: ELEVATED THINKING explores a uniquely captivating public space - High Line Park
in New York City. Recycled from a defunct elevated railroad, High Line Park hovers 30 feet in the air and winds through 22 blocks of Manhattan.
This "self-sown wilderness" of woodlands, thickets, prairies and meadows rises above busy streets and runs from the historic Meatpacking
neighborhood through the Chelsea Art District to Hell's Kitchen.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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12:00a
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#349
12:30a
Moyers & Company
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#350
01:00a
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Tim Reynolds & Tr3
Tim Reynolds & TR3 bring killer guitar riffs and rock and roll funk to the hallowed walls of Infinity Hall. Reynolds, best known for his collaborations
with the Dave Matthews Band, is widely regarded as underrated master, highly skilled at guitar, bass, piano, sitar, mandolin, violin and various
instruments of ethnic percussion. Amazing audiences all over the world for more than 35 years, Reynolds has perfected a unique performance
style that he brings to this extraordinary INFINITY HALL LIVE set. Born in Germany, Reynolds began playing music at a young age in his parents'
church. Following high school graduation, Reynolds left home and moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where he began playing at local bars. Away
from his parents' strict moral and behavioral instruction, Reynolds was able to experiment, developing his own sound. After forming the original
TR3 in the early '90s, Reynolds began touring. Simultaneously, he collaborated with a young Dave Matthews on his early performances and
albums. Today, Reynolds continues to tour with the Dave Matthews Band lending his unmatched guitar skill to the group. Reynolds is
accomplished at nearly 30 musical instruments. When his musical mastery is combined with his flawless improvisation and complex riffs, the
result is an unforgettable rock performance.
02:00a
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
James Blunt
The British singer-songwriter and five-time Grammy nominee showcases his raw, direct and emotionally honest lyrics, including his hits "You're
Beautiful," "Goodbye My Lover" and "Same Mistake," as well as songs from his fourth studio album, Moon Landing.
03:00a
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1321
Central America: Costa Rica & Nicaragua
Neil Gibson visits the Costa Rican capital of San Jose, where he gets caught up in election fever, samples traditional cuisine and visits volunteers
trying to combat poverty in the city. He cruises to Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and encounters tarantulas, deadly snakes and rare birds
before arriving at Volcan Arenal, where he relaxes in the hot springs. In Liberia, he attends a bull fiesta where tries his hand at being a cowboy.
He crosses the border into Nicaragua and stops at El Castillo, site of the only castle in Central America. Neil plays baseball on the island of
Mancarron, rolls cigars in Granada and explores Managua, site of the devastating earthquake. He ends his trip at the Volcan Masaya, known by
the Indians as the "land of the gods" and by the Spanish as "the mouth of Hell."
04:00a
Great Museums: "Elevated Thinking" The High Line In New York City
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Narrated by actress Susan Sarandon, GREAT MUSEUMS: ELEVATED THINKING explores a uniquely captivating public space - High Line Park
in New York City. Recycled from a defunct elevated railroad, High Line Park hovers 30 feet in the air and winds through 22 blocks of Manhattan.
This "self-sown wilderness" of woodlands, thickets, prairies and meadows rises above busy streets and runs from the historic Meatpacking
neighborhood through the Chelsea Art District to Hell's Kitchen.
05:00a
Drexel Interview
NETA
(CC)
N/A #301
G. Wayne Clough
In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews G. Wayne Clough, 12th Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
and President Emeritus of the Georgia Institute of Technology. During his time with the Smithsonian Institution, Secretary Clough has served at
the helm of a remarkable American enterprise. The Smithsonian is the world's largest museum and research complex, encompassing 19
museums and galleries, 20 libraries, the National Zoo, and research efforts in 130 countries. Clough traces the history of the Smithsonian
Institution from founder James Smithson's early vision to present-day research partnerships, vast collections, numerous exhibitions, fundraising,
renovations, and other new projects underway. He discusses how to manage a billion-dollar budget, while simultaneously reporting to all three
branches of government. In addition, Clough addresses the Institution's research on climate change and how this can help to inform major policy
decisions. Recorded on location at the Smithsonian Castle in Washington, D.C., this episode features photographic stills and insightful
discussion.
05:30a
Moneywise with Kelvin Boston
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
One-On-One Economic Special
Host Kelvin Boston interviews two leaders from the U.S. Small Business Administration, including deputy director Marie Johns.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#812
#1276
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #412
The Marshes of Franklin County
Along Florida's panhandle is Franklin County where Sarah explores the waterways by boat, seeing the sights and stopping at Dog Island to shell
hunt. Roger paints a distant marsh view in acrylics.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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08:30a
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #113
Sea of Cortez
Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Baja Mexico-from the mountain-surrounded scenic town of
Loreto to the flashy resort beaches of Cabo San Lucas. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and
how he approaches various paintings.
09:00a
Wyland's Art Studio
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #112
Pelican Flight
Art Lesson: Contrast. Contrast is an effect created by placing or arranging very different things, for example colors, shades, or textures, next to
each other. The difference or the use of differences between the lightest and the darkest parts of something, for example, in this painting Wyland
creates different colors and textures between the sky and water providing a special contrast. Wyland Tip: The price of clean water, clean skies,
and a healthy natural world is constant vigilance. Understanding environmental issues, community outreach, and the courage to express your
views can make a difference for generations to come.
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Stretch Spine and Relieve Back Pain
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#725
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
New Challenges
Mary Ann introduces a new abdominal exercise called the "Ski Jump" and Gretchen gives you a new balance challenge.
N/A
#1413
10:00a
10:30a
Power Yoga: Mind and Body
Abs and Arms
With Cat Rolls with leg Variations, Elbow Stances.
11:00a
Neven Maguire: Home Chef
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#125
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#113
Neven returns to Luxembourg, where chef Lea Linster cooks her signature dish - a creme brulee. Neven prepares seared scallops with confit of
pork cheek and cauliflower, and a celeriac and baby carrot risotto with sherry vinegar caramel and crispy potato rosti.
11:30a
Vintage
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Diy at Chimney Rock
The Chimney Rock team take matters into their own hands, picking one row of grapes from their vineyard. They don't pick quite as fast as the
pros and then they have to press the fruit ... by hand. At Markham Vineyards, Charlie Wolleson's grapes arrive at the winery while Rutherford Hill
mourns the passing of an iconic member of the winery.
12:00n
Ciao Italia
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2325
From The Sea/Del Mare
Mary Ann's "gone fishing" once again, and this time it's the deep blue in search of succulent swordfish for her marinated, grilled Swordfish
Skewers. Then it's off to Italy's Amalfi coast to savor her classic, spicy, tomato-simmering Shrimp Amalfi-Style.
12:30p
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #112
Modern Vietnam
There is a modern side of Vietnam, and it is every bit as dynamic as all its Asian neighbors. Martin gets a taste (or two) of modern Vietnamese
life. He learns how traditional Vietnamese recipes can take on a modern twist, and how much of Vietnam's tomorrow is already a part of Vietnam
today. Recipes: Steamed Mango Fish Roll, Shrimp and Corn Fritters.
01:00p
Wild Photo Adventures
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #112
Behind The Scenes
Take an in-depth look at the making of the Wild Photo Adventures tv series. Interviews with the host Doug Gardner and the crew reveal the good,
bad and the ugly of producing this award winning tv show.
01:30p
Wonders of the West
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Sonoran Desert
For many generations, the Tohono O'odham Indians have been harvesting the fruit of the saguaro cactus and welcoming the summer monsoon
rains that have been so vital to their survival. Learn the traditions of the annual harvest as we collect and prepare fruit with members of the
Tohono O'odham nation. Discover the wildlife of the Sonoran Desert and join us as we learn about some of the tastier plants that grow here!
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 15 of 119
Sun, Jan 04, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
02:00p
Aviators
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#505
WWII ADVANCEMENTS IN AVIATION: We examine the impact of the Second World War on aviation. PEARL HARBOR / TORA TORA TORA: A
historic look at the attack on Pearl Harbor and how a live reenactment helps tell the story.
02:30p
Jonathan Bird's Blue World
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #405
Sturgeon and the Coral Farm
Segment 1: Saving the Sturgeon. Jonathan travels to upstate New York to learn how biologists are working to save the sturgeon in the St.
Lawrence River by rebuilding their spawning habitat and re-stocking the river. During a dive he films an amazing spectacle that has never been
recorded before! Segment 2: Coral Farming in Key Largo. Jonathan visits an underwater farm in Key Largo where they grow coral! He joins the
staff of Coral Restoration Foundation in helping to transplant and propagate staghorn coral, which has become threatened in the Keys.
03:00p
American Woodshop
Scroll Saw Gifts
Intricate details make these projects amazing. Custom signature signs created.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1812
03:30p
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #312
Platform Bed
On a very special episode of Rough Cut, Tommy joins forces with actor and woodworker, Nick Offerman, to create a Platform Bed. The simple
bed frame is made using mortises and tenons. It is topped by a stunning live-edge ambrosia maple headboard. Planning ahead, Tommy has
some tricks to make a king-sized bed easy to transport.
04:00p
Feel Grand with Jane Seymour
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#105
04:30p
Healing Quest
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1205
Inner World with Michele Bernhardt: Intergenerational Traumas
Inner World: EMDR Therapy - It's so effective in treating trauma that it's recommended by the American Psychiatric Association, the Defense
Department and the World Health Organization. It's called Eye Movement Desensitization Reprogramming and Michele visits with its creator,
Francine Shapiro, to help us understand how it works and why it works so well. What Makes Your Heart Sing? - Gary Malkin and Bruce Cryer are
world-class musicians and entrepreneurs who've embarked on an ambitious national effort. Their goal is to help all of us bring more joy into our
lives. Healing Moment: Fall Colors - Relax with the unforgettable nature footage of acclaimed cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg.
05:00p
Start Up
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #110
Please Don't Feed The Monsters, They Are Already Stuffed!
Gary and the crew venture to Chicago to speak with Mike and Chao, who opened "Union Street Sushi + Barbeque Bar," where patron dine on
Japanese-influences cuisine with an East-meets-West flair. Then they travel to Cleveland, to meet with Mike and Bryan, the founders of "efuneral," a site that's transforming the way funeral arrangements are made. And last, they head over to Indianapolis, to visit with (Name), who
started "Promise Monsters," a toy company that's spreading kindness with every monster that leave their shop.
05:30p
Well Read
APTEX
(CC)
N/A #318
Paul Harding, Enon
Pulitzer-winning author Harding takes us back to the town of Enon, where a grieving father struggles to come to grips with his teenage daughters'
death.
06:00p
California's Gold
KCET
(CC)
N/A #13011
Crookedest Street
Huell goes in search of the crookedest street in the world. A small section of Vermont Street in the Potrero Hill section of San Francisco is just
miles away from the more famous Lombard Street. Which street is crookeder? Huell grabs a gang of experts and finally solves this mystery.
06:30p
In The Americas with David Yetman
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #307
Nicaragua: Land of the Shaking Earth Emerges
For 200 years, Nicaragua endured both earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and military and political interventions. Today, a democratic
Nicaragua promotes its diversity of cultures, Spanish colonial heritage and natural wonders, including its lakes, forests and volcanoes. Miskito
Indians from the Caribbean coast and the descendants of Aztecs still flourish within the country.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 16 of 119
Sun, Jan 04, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
07:00p
Anderson University's Candles & Carols (2013)
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Anderson University's annual "Candles & Carols" has ushered in the Christmas season at the Indiana liberal arts institution for nearly 50 years.
Audience members return each year to hear the familiar strains of "Silent Night" and other traditional hymns echo through the campus auditorium
amid the glow of candlelight. The 2013 edition of ANDERSON UNIVERSITY'S CANDLES & CAROLS spotlights the talents of AU's Chamber
Orchestra and Chorale, the Men's Choir, the Women's Chorus, the Wind Ensemble, the String Quartet and the Dance Ensemble. On a festively
dressed stage, the musicians perform orchestral pieces by Tchaikovsky and Corelli, popular holiday arrangements, and familiar carols. Highlights
include: "The Dance of the Mirlitons" from the Nutcracker, "And the Glory of the Lord" from Handel's Messiah, and the finale, "Silent Night,"
featuring the combined choirs and chamber orchestra.
08:00p
Divine Discontent: Charles Proteus Steinmetz
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Evidence of Charles Proteus Steinmetz's work appears nearly everywhere and yet today, the "father of electrical engineering" is virtually
forgotten. Steinmetz's groundbreaking work made the generation and widespread transmission of electricity safe and possible, and enabled the
functioning of the modern world. His complex mathematical theories unlocked the mystery and power of a force few of his contemporaries
understood. DIVINE DISCONTENT: CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ traces the life and career of "The Wizard of Schenectady" (1865-1923) from his immigration from Germany to his pioneering work with General Electric to the physical challenges he faced throughout his life. Standing
just over four feet tall, Steinmetz transcended his multiple physical disabilities, including hip dysplasia, curvature of the spine and dwarfism, to live
a robust, active life.
09:00p
Media Coverage and Female Athletes
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Forty percent of all sports participants are female, yet women's sports receive only 4% of all sport media coverage and female athletes are much
more likely than male athletes to be portrayed in sexually provocative poses. To highlight why this matters and address these disparities, the
Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota, in partnership with tptMN, have produced "Media
Coverage and Female Athletes," a groundbreaking documentary that uses research-based information to examine the amount and type of
coverage given to female athletes. You won't want to miss hearing from expert scholars and award winning coaches and athletes who discuss
this timely issue from a variety of perspectives, as they help dispel the common-but untrue-myths that no one is interested in women's sport and
that "sex sells" women's sport. Effective strategies are also discussed for increasing media coverage and creating images which reflect the reality
of women's sports participation and why this is so important.
10:00p
Learning from El Salvador
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Learning From El Salvador, a new one hour documentary from award winning producer Bob Gliner (Schools That Change Communities, Growing
Up Green, Barefoot College) presents a very timely and critical look at this small Central American nation - a nation which while deeply connected
to United States policies is little understood by most Americans. Many Americans think of El Salvador as a country to be avoided because of the
danger posed by violent gangs and the resulting recent migration of children to the U.S. border. Others, with longer memories, recall American
involvement in the brutal civil war during the 1980s and the legacy of two million Salvadorians living in the United States. Yet, as Learning From
El Salvador shows, through its unprecedented access to all sectors of Salvadoran society, there is much that Americans do not know, particularly
about recent changes in the country, driven by its new government. These changes are having a profound impact on the quality of life
experienced by many Salvadorans - in their access to public education, health care, development of agriculture and small business, and ability to
participate in a thriving democracy. While the United States is used to presenting itself as a model for the rest of the world to emulate, perhaps
there is much we can learn from the transformation of Salvadoran society that might impact our own nation's policies, priorities and values.
11:00p
Anders Zorn in the Gilded Age
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In the gilded age of the 1890s, Sweden's premier painter Anders Zorn (1860-1920) became internationally renowned for his depictions of
European royalty, American captains of industry, and his plein air paintings of everyday Swedish life.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 17 of 119
Mon, Jan 05, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Anderson University's Candles & Carols (2013)
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Anderson University's annual "Candles & Carols" has ushered in the Christmas season at the Indiana liberal arts institution for nearly 50 years.
Audience members return each year to hear the familiar strains of "Silent Night" and other traditional hymns echo through the campus auditorium
amid the glow of candlelight. The 2013 edition of ANDERSON UNIVERSITY'S CANDLES & CAROLS spotlights the talents of AU's Chamber
Orchestra and Chorale, the Men's Choir, the Women's Chorus, the Wind Ensemble, the String Quartet and the Dance Ensemble. On a festively
dressed stage, the musicians perform orchestral pieces by Tchaikovsky and Corelli, popular holiday arrangements, and familiar carols. Highlights
include: "The Dance of the Mirlitons" from the Nutcracker, "And the Glory of the Lord" from Handel's Messiah, and the finale, "Silent Night,"
featuring the combined choirs and chamber orchestra.
01:00a
Divine Discontent: Charles Proteus Steinmetz
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Evidence of Charles Proteus Steinmetz's work appears nearly everywhere and yet today, the "father of electrical engineering" is virtually
forgotten. Steinmetz's groundbreaking work made the generation and widespread transmission of electricity safe and possible, and enabled the
functioning of the modern world. His complex mathematical theories unlocked the mystery and power of a force few of his contemporaries
understood. DIVINE DISCONTENT: CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ traces the life and career of "The Wizard of Schenectady" (1865-1923) from his immigration from Germany to his pioneering work with General Electric to the physical challenges he faced throughout his life. Standing
just over four feet tall, Steinmetz transcended his multiple physical disabilities, including hip dysplasia, curvature of the spine and dwarfism, to live
a robust, active life.
02:00a
Media Coverage and Female Athletes
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Forty percent of all sports participants are female, yet women's sports receive only 4% of all sport media coverage and female athletes are much
more likely than male athletes to be portrayed in sexually provocative poses. To highlight why this matters and address these disparities, the
Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota, in partnership with tptMN, have produced "Media
Coverage and Female Athletes," a groundbreaking documentary that uses research-based information to examine the amount and type of
coverage given to female athletes. You won't want to miss hearing from expert scholars and award winning coaches and athletes who discuss
this timely issue from a variety of perspectives, as they help dispel the common-but untrue-myths that no one is interested in women's sport and
that "sex sells" women's sport. Effective strategies are also discussed for increasing media coverage and creating images which reflect the reality
of women's sports participation and why this is so important.
03:00a
Learning from El Salvador
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Learning From El Salvador, a new one hour documentary from award winning producer Bob Gliner (Schools That Change Communities, Growing
Up Green, Barefoot College) presents a very timely and critical look at this small Central American nation - a nation which while deeply connected
to United States policies is little understood by most Americans. Many Americans think of El Salvador as a country to be avoided because of the
danger posed by violent gangs and the resulting recent migration of children to the U.S. border. Others, with longer memories, recall American
involvement in the brutal civil war during the 1980s and the legacy of two million Salvadorians living in the United States. Yet, as Learning From
El Salvador shows, through its unprecedented access to all sectors of Salvadoran society, there is much that Americans do not know, particularly
about recent changes in the country, driven by its new government. These changes are having a profound impact on the quality of life
experienced by many Salvadorans - in their access to public education, health care, development of agriculture and small business, and ability to
participate in a thriving democracy. While the United States is used to presenting itself as a model for the rest of the world to emulate, perhaps
there is much we can learn from the transformation of Salvadoran society that might impact our own nation's policies, priorities and values.
04:00a
Anders Zorn in the Gilded Age
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In the gilded age of the 1890s, Sweden's premier painter Anders Zorn (1860-1920) became internationally renowned for his depictions of
European royalty, American captains of industry, and his plein air paintings of everyday Swedish life.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2404
National Debate Special: Does Polarization Mean Our Politics No Longer Reflect
Washington Post columnist GEORGE WILL and national tea party leader MATT KIBBE, argue that polarization isn't necessarily a bad thing-and
refreshes American democracy. Former Clinton White House speechwriter ERIC LIU, and political science professor CHRISTOPHER WARREN
say the current political impasse keeps government from doing things most Americans clearly support.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1277
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #121
Wish You Were Here/Weather Vain
WISH YOU WERE HERE: The Zula Patrol is ready to go on vacation, but they can't decide which season is the best for R&R, especially when
they think back, in a series of flashbacks, to their past vacations. Eventually they resolve to visit all the seasons again, and make new, better
vacation memories. WEATHER VAIN: Zeeter takes over the weather forecasting job from Bula, and learns all about the components of weather.
But when she tries to improve her forecast by using Multo's Weather-Matic machine to create weather, she unleashes a storm that threatens Zula
Patrol headquarters.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 18 of 119
Mon, Jan 05, 2015
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AS2 Episode
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #101
Solo for Amadeus
On the Bishop of Salzburg's name day, Amadeus will sing a brilliant solo for the festivities, but his malicious and envious rival, the lower court
marshal Devilius, wants to stop him. Amadeus must help Mr. Hagenauer, the Bishop's court purveyor and the Mozart family's landlord, locate the
missing coach carrying the delicious chocolates from Linz urgently needed for the festival. The chocolates finally reach Salzburg and the
Hagenauers, but will Amadeus arrive in time to perform his solo? The Music: "Piano Sonata in C Major" K. 545; et al. Additional Content: In this
episode, Mario fails to strike the top C. Monti explains the term "top C" to the children, the sounds it makes when played by different instruments
(flute, violin, piano and human voice) and where it falls in the stave (staff).
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Couples Workout
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Increase Energy and Improve Strength
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#125
(CC)
DVI
#726
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
Coordination and Reaction Time
This episode focuses on being aware of your body's movements and how it contributes to coordination and reaction time.
N/A
#1414
N/A
#507
APTEX
(S)
10:00a
10:30a
Sew It All
Sew It Seams, Sandra Betzina
Learn several seam finishes for different fabrics and applications.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #908
Unusually Unique
We celebrate the unusually unique aspects of knit. We begin with a tutorial on Andean colorwork's scalloped edging. Eunny demonstrates this
technique for an unique flair that you can add to your own designs. Next, knitwear designer Kristen TenDyke takes a look at her finish-free knits
with a demonstration on a neat i-cord element that she adds to her knitted pullover design. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny are
surrounded by luxury as they look at luxurious yarns made from muskox and silk. Worth every penny of luxury, these yarns are one-of-a-kind and
work well for various small projects. Finally, Eunny wraps up today's episode with a fun technique of purling backwards!
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2402
Random Acts of Happy
This modern version of an antique "crazy quilt" is sure to inspire. Update the color palette and fall in love with the simplicity and freedom of crazy
quilting.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4116
01:00p
Cook's Country
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #612
Favorites with a Chinese Accent
Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Chinese-Style Glazed Pork Tenderloin. Then, equipment expert
Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill pans. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ready rice. And finally, test cook
Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chinese Chicken Salad.
01:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #212
Tacos, Tacos, Tacos
This episode explores three very different, very authentic and very simple twists on Mexican tacos, one of Mexico's most iconic foods. BricklayerStyle Beef Tacos; Lime-Rubbed Chicken Tacos with Corn Guacamole; Adobo Fish Tacos with Grilled Pineapple Salsa.
02:00p
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #213
At The Game
A football game would be a sorry experience without tailgating. And tailgating revolves around grilling. Of course, just as the meaning of "football"
varies around the world, so does what you grill. Whether the ball is oval or round, whether the game is football or soccer, this show will help you
smoke the competition. Next up: grilled quesadillas; burgers two ways; and grilled pork chop "calzones." Grilled quesadillas; Burgers 2 ways:
hamburgers with herb butter and Inside/out cheeseburgers; Grilled pork chop "calzones"- with pepperoni and cheese.
02:30p
Eat! Drink! Italy! with Vic Rallo
APTEX
(S)
Italian Soul Food
Italian wine word association; Stuffed Sardines with Chef Salvatore Giordano in Sicily; more Italian wine 411.
(CC)
N/A
#213
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Mon, Jan 05, 2015
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03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2009
Learn How to Viking Knit
Stephanie Eddy shares some of her secrets about Viking knitting - making a bracelet and ways to add beads to Viking knit. Katie has some
special tips for making stretchy bracelets more durable in her Beading Lesson.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #405
Garden Party
With fairy-tale charm, Katie creates a party in the garden with flavorful recipes like pasta pea parsley salad, poached salmon with dill and a
refreshing watermelon drink. Projects: party blower invites and driftwood bird nest centerpiece.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #213
Learning from Failure
Have you ever made a decision you regret? Let the Biz Kids show you how several well-known companies overcame failures. You'll also discover
how mistakes can make you stronger by looking at the work of Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, and the kid businesses of "You're on Deck" custom
cards and "Big Quill Enterprises" oyster sales.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1409
Crafting for Your Friends
Why keep all of your crafting to yourself? It's fun to make things for your friends and family. This episode features four craft ideas that make great
gifts - but you might just want to keep them for yourself! First is a stylish belt from recycled materials. Then, make a pin cushion for your favorite
sewer - maybe mom? Next, it's a coffee cozy for hot beverages - maybe for dad? And finally, a handmade tree vase for just about anyone who
loves the outdoors.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1203
Colorful Spaces
P. Allen Smith celebrates different seasons at Moss Mountain Farm with a lesson on growing tulips, using bold colors to make a huge impact on a
garden room, and tips to harmonize color with summer flowering bulbs. On the road, Allen tours The Kauffman Memorial Gardens in Kansas City,
Missouri. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #501
Creating An Edible Fruit Garden: Atlanta, Ga
The first step for most new food gardeners is the addition of a few vegetable and herb plants. Yet once they're hooked, the desire to grow more
and different plants and varieties grows as well. From the classic food garden, this episode takes home gardeners to the next step of adding a
wide assortment of fruit trees and shrubs for their personal backyard orchard. In this episode, host Joe Lamp'l installs several fruit trees and
shrubs on the GGW Garden Farm, while sharing everything you need to know for homegrown success, even if only on a deck or patio.
06:00p
Journal
06:30p
Focus On Europe
07:00p
Newsline
07:30p
Euromaxx
08:00p
Music Seen
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11003
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3252
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5201
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1052
APT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#212
Watch the vaudeville rock of the Cashmere Jungle Lords, acoustic folk from Kari Smith and the R&B of Jon Bibbs.
09:00p
Backstage Pass
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
Seth Bernard and May Erlewine
Uplifting folk/pop songs with a message from the award-winning northern Michigan duo Seth & May. Featured are the inspiring "Shine On," the
joyful "What Makes You Alive?" and selections from their latest CD, New Flower.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Mon, Jan 05, 2015
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10:00p
This Is Where We Take Our Stand
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Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In 2008, at an unprecedented conference of veterans and active-duty soldiers called Winter Soldier, four days of heartbreaking testimony
revealed why many veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars had concluded that their mission was unjust. Bestor Cram has produced regularly
for PBS over the past 15 years. His recent credits include Long Distance Warrior, Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, Johnny Cash at
Folsom Prison, and The Special: An American Anthem. David Zeiger first appeared on PBS with his personal documentary, The Band, which
aired on P.O.V. in 1997. Based on the success of that program, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting funded his landmark program, Senior
Year, a thirteen-part series that followed fifteen students during the 1999/2000 school year at Fairfax High, the most diverse school in Los
Angeles.
11:00p
Every Day Is A Holiday
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Chinese-American filmmaker Theresa Loong creates an intimate portrait of her father, a man fifty years her senior. In this documentary, we
explore the bonds of the father-daughter relationship and place themes of growing older, immigration and racism in the context of "living history."
Paul Loong (American Legion member, retired Veterans Affairs doctor, practicing Catholic) talks of his experiences as a POW in Japan and his
subsequent quest to become an American. We discover why, despite much suffering, "Every Day Is a Holiday."
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Newsline
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#5201
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Euromaxx
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Music Seen
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#212
Watch the vaudeville rock of the Cashmere Jungle Lords, acoustic folk from Kari Smith and the R&B of Jon Bibbs.
02:00a
Backstage Pass
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Seth Bernard and May Erlewine
Uplifting folk/pop songs with a message from the award-winning northern Michigan duo Seth & May. Featured are the inspiring "Shine On," the
joyful "What Makes You Alive?" and selections from their latest CD, New Flower.
03:00a
This Is Where We Take Our Stand
NETA
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N/A
#0
In 2008, at an unprecedented conference of veterans and active-duty soldiers called Winter Soldier, four days of heartbreaking testimony
revealed why many veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars had concluded that their mission was unjust. Bestor Cram has produced regularly
for PBS over the past 15 years. His recent credits include Long Distance Warrior, Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, Johnny Cash at
Folsom Prison, and The Special: An American Anthem. David Zeiger first appeared on PBS with his personal documentary, The Band, which
aired on P.O.V. in 1997. Based on the success of that program, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting funded his landmark program, Senior
Year, a thirteen-part series that followed fifteen students during the 1999/2000 school year at Fairfax High, the most diverse school in Los
Angeles.
04:00a
Every Day Is A Holiday
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Chinese-American filmmaker Theresa Loong creates an intimate portrait of her father, a man fifty years her senior. In this documentary, we
explore the bonds of the father-daughter relationship and place themes of growing older, immigration and racism in the context of "living history."
Paul Loong (American Legion member, retired Veterans Affairs doctor, practicing Catholic) talks of his experiences as a POW in Japan and his
subsequent quest to become an American. We discover why, despite much suffering, "Every Day Is a Holiday."
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #2405
Barack Obama's New Middle East
AMBASSADOR RYAN CROCKER, who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and almost every Middle Eastern country during his tenure as America's
preeminent international diplomat, discusses, along with other experts, the new American military actions in Iraq and the state of the region as
President Obama enters the final phase of his presidential tenure.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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N/A
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08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #122
My Episode Lady/You're Cramping My Space
MY EPISODE LADY: When a windstorm knocks the electricity out at a Generator Station that powers all of Zula, our heroes are plunged into a
Zulean version of the dark ages. Bula is also stranded at the station, which is filling with seawater. Zeeter leads a rescue mission in a vehicle
created by Multo that runs on the properties of EPISODE. Our heroes each learn to appreciate the others talents, and what they are capable of
themselves, using EPISODE to save the day. YOU'RE CRAMPING MY SPACE: Our ZPers are reunited with Buzzy the Ferret when he rescues
them while they are stranded in space. Buzzy's on a mission to learn about planets and their atmospheres, and Bula's Zula Rocketeering
Rulebook requires that our heroes serve as his crewmates until he can complete his mission. But as their new "Captain," Buzzy comically drives
them crazy with his inability to listen and his silly demands. He also gets himself into hot water on each planet he visits - learning about
atmospheres the hard way. When the Ferret lands on a mysterious planet with a breathable atmosphere, things escalate to the point where
Buzzy realizes his bossiness has led him into a situation that's way over his head. He learns to work with the ZPers as a team, and only then
does he find out he's been on Earth the entire time!
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
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DVI #102
The Stolen Watch
Amadeus prepares a composition for the Golden Needle of Salzburg competition. The ambitious Devilius and conniving Monti the Rat want
Devilius' nephew, Mario, to win the prize instead. With the help of a pocket watch and a stolen Mozart melody, they manage to make Amadeus
look like a thief and plagiarist. In a spooky graveyard scene, Amadeus and his friend finally force a confession from Mario. Will it be enough to
clear Amadeus of the charges or will Mario win the Golden Needle of Salzburg? The Music: Aria "Ein Maedchen oder Weibchen" from the opera
"The Magic Flute" K. 620; et al.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Energy
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#101
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Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Slenderize Your Legs
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DVI
#728
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#1415
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10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
Lymphatic System
Mary Ann uses soothing music and slow gentle movements to stimulate the lymphatic system.
10:30a
Sew It All
Coat of Many Layers, Julie Tierney
Create a coat using an upcycled comforter.
NETA
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #909
Bobbles and Baubles
This episode features knitted bobbles and adding beads and baubles to your wardrobe. Eunny begins with a look at textured stitches and a stepby-step guide at knitting the perfect bobble for all over textured stitch patterns. On the Accessorize Me segment, Kristin Omdahl has a fun
crocheted jewelry piece. It's both easy-to-crochet and on trend with jewelry seen in stores. Then on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny look
at a yarn's halo. What is a halo, and what yarns have a tendency to have them? What are the benefits to yarn halos and what projects lend
themselves to yarns with and without strong halos. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for woven cable stitches, a timeless stitch pattern that
can be used in unisex designs.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2403
Flower Power Table Runner
Grandmother's Flower Garden is a very traditional pattern that many of us dream about tackling someday. Mary will be joined by Eleanor Burns in
this episode to present her approach to hexagons and triangles to make the fabulous Flower Power Table Runner.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4117
01:00p
Christina Cooks
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #613
All Hands On Deck
In this festive show, Christina demonstrates the joy of outdoor cooking without compromise to health or delicious fun. There isn't any meat
simmering on Christina's grill, but there are foods so yummy no one will miss the meat.
01:30p
New Scandinavian Cooking
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #407
Mountain Lamb
Andreas visits the mountain of Hallingskarvet and the valley of Hemsedal, where lambs roam the hilly landscape for months during summer.
Andreas prepares a lamb carpaccio and then a flavorful lamb burger. For the main course, he serves slow-cooked lamb belly and lamb sirloin
served rare.
02:00p
Taste of History
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #413
The First Five Presidents
In this very special season finale, we look back at our profiles of the first five presidents, the foods they loved, and highlights from each of their
lives. We do this from the White House, site of many of those memorable feasts. A very fitting way to end the Fourth Season of "A Taste of
History."
02:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
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DVI #205
Mexican-Style Kids' Party
Fun, kid-friendly and (mostly!) finger food that you'd find at a children's party in Mexico, adapted for American parties at home. A special guest
shows up to make dessert! Crazy Corn; Chicken Flautas; Chocolate and Cajeta Cupcakes.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2010
Art Inspired Jewelry Making
Blogger Andrew Thornton talks about drawing inspiration from your art and turning your hobby into a business. Then, he shares one of his
favorite new jewelry making techniques on making decorative end caps using epoxy clay. Katie's Beading Lesson is about using beaded chain for
an easy necklace.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #406
Frames
Thought frames were just for hanging artwork? Katie demonstrates simple and effective ways to frame food, crafts and garden projects. Recipes:
tasty zucchini tart, planked fish, fruitopia dessert pizza that borders on the divine. Projects: magnetic frame board and ribbon flower frame.
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Biz Kid$
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(S)
(CC)
DVI #301
Are You Financially Literate?
Understanding how to manage your money before you get to high school will make you even more successful when you head to college or move
out on your own. Explore the skills of goal setting, budgeting, saving, and money management that make you financially literate!
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1410
Right In Your Own Backyard
Today's theme is crafting right in your own back yard. Seed packet flowers are first and you can even plant them. Then, it's a clay nest and eggs.
Next, it's time for a friendly frog ready to hop right off of the lily pad. Finally, make a flower headband to keep the outdoors with you all of the time.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1204
Intriguing Interiors
P. Allen Smith is keeping us indoors to talk about interior design with the help of a few friends. Plus, we get a little history lesson from Allen on
how the sleeping porch became so popular. On the road, Allen tours the award winning Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago. Allen shares the
latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #509
The Greening of Suburbia: Lake County, Illinois
In years past, developers would build typical subdivisions around golf courses and tennis courts. But today, with the growing interest in
environmental conservation and local food systems, savvy developers are building self-contained communities around organic farms. The focus
is on creating a sustainable community and outreach programs geared to helping all generations embrace local, in-season food as well as the
agrarian lifestyle. Buyers are lining up to stake their claim to experience a taste of life on the farm, from the comfort of their own home. In this
episode, we travel to one such community that serves as a model for all the others.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#11004
06:30p
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1052
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5202
07:30p
Global 3000
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#701
08:00p
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #412
The Dunwells
The Dunwells hail from Leeds, England but American roots music heavily influences their sound. In this episode, the band performs several
songs including tracks from their debut album "Blind Sighted Faith."
08:30p
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #712
Angel Band (Americana)
Big signature, rootsy, bluesy Americana songs with a super back-up band and the "no-holds barred" vocals of Nancy Josephson, Kathleen
Weber, and Aly Paige come through loud and strong on this most anticipated third new album, "Shoot the Moon" (to be released on Sept 1,
2011). The stories, the music, the soaring harmony meld together making all the stars align. On "Shoot the Moon" Angel Band once again works
their blend of musical magic to conjure a celestial celebration of authentic, heartfelt and soulful songs.
09:00p
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #503
Gretchen Parlato
Award-winning jazz and world-music vocalist Gretchen Parlato, backed by her touring band, performs songs from her genre-bending repertoire.
This episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
10:00p
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#209
Inquiry-based Teaching: A look inside New York's Urban Academy Laboratory High School where two teachers lead student driven, student
centered classes. Watch animated discussions unfold when students are challenged to analyze difficult texts and there are no right or wrong
answers.
11:00p
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
Death
Reveals how art including the Egyptian Book of the Dead, early American commemorative miniatures, Ga fantasy coffins from Ghana, and
luxurious embroideries by contemporary artist Angelo Filomeno help people come to terms with mortality, cope with loss, and express spirituality.
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America from the Ground Up
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #106
War of 1812 1795-1815
Travel along on an expedition to investigate the archaeology of the shipwrecks and forts along America's Northern frontier that record the secret
history of America's second war for independence: the War of 1812.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
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Wed, Jan 07, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
12:30a
Global 3000
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AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5202
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#701
01:00a
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #412
The Dunwells
The Dunwells hail from Leeds, England but American roots music heavily influences their sound. In this episode, the band performs several
songs including tracks from their debut album "Blind Sighted Faith."
01:30a
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #712
Angel Band (Americana)
Big signature, rootsy, bluesy Americana songs with a super back-up band and the "no-holds barred" vocals of Nancy Josephson, Kathleen
Weber, and Aly Paige come through loud and strong on this most anticipated third new album, "Shoot the Moon" (to be released on Sept 1,
2011). The stories, the music, the soaring harmony meld together making all the stars align. On "Shoot the Moon" Angel Band once again works
their blend of musical magic to conjure a celestial celebration of authentic, heartfelt and soulful songs.
02:00a
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #503
Gretchen Parlato
Award-winning jazz and world-music vocalist Gretchen Parlato, backed by her touring band, performs songs from her genre-bending repertoire.
This episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
03:00a
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#209
Inquiry-based Teaching: A look inside New York's Urban Academy Laboratory High School where two teachers lead student driven, student
centered classes. Watch animated discussions unfold when students are challenged to analyze difficult texts and there are no right or wrong
answers.
04:00a
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
Death
Reveals how art including the Egyptian Book of the Dead, early American commemorative miniatures, Ga fantasy coffins from Ghana, and
luxurious embroideries by contemporary artist Angelo Filomeno help people come to terms with mortality, cope with loss, and express spirituality.
04:30a
America from the Ground Up
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
War of 1812 1795-1815
Travel along on an expedition to investigate the archaeology of the shipwrecks and forts along America's Northern frontier that record the secret
history of America's second war for independence: the War of 1812.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2406
25 Years After The Fall of the Berlin Wall
A special conversation with two of America's leading historians-ARI KELMAN, winner of the 2014 Bancroft Prize for his book, A Misplaced
Massacre: Struggling over the Memory of Sand Creek, and ALAN TAYLOR, winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in History for, The Internal Enemy:
Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
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08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #123
Wigg and Wizzy Light The Way/Look to the Rainbow
WIGG AND WIZZY LIGHT THE WAY: When the Zula Patrol goes camping, a ghost story unnerves Wigg. His fears increase when a strange
sound seems to be coming from behind their tent. As the Zula Patrol investigates, Bula warns everyone to stay together but Zeeter doesn't listen
and wanders off by herself. Worried, the team enters the dark forest to search for her. When the flashlight goes dead, it's up to Wigg and Wizzy to
use their lights to lead the group. LOOK TO THE RAINBOW: The Zula Patrol arrives in the Canyon Of The Rainbow just in time to prevent the
native Chromeleons from being bilked by Professor Spectrum in a plot involving their world-famous rainbow.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #103
Pumperl In Trouble
Devilius and Monti the Rat scheme about a devious new plan. Together, they lure Pumperl, Amadeus' sweet little dog, into the hands of a
dogcatcher. They hope he'll be too busy searching for Pumperl to perform at the silver wedding anniversary of his friend Kati's parents. This
would enable Devilius' nephew Mario, who fell madly in love with Kati, to take Amadeus' place (and his music). Unfortunately for them, the bad
guys didn't count on Pumperl's cleverness. The Music: "Piano Trio in G" K. 564; et al. Additional Content: At the beginning of the episode,
Amadeus plays a beautiful melody on the flute for Kati. Monti explains the flute's place in the woodwind family of instruments and shows the many
different types of woodwinds, while viewers see images of a recorder, a transverse flute, a bassoon, an oboe and a clarinet and hear their
sounds.
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09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Bone Builder (Osteoporosis)
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Aches and Pains
Distrib
APTEX
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
Mobility and Balance
This episode highlights a variety of exercises to improve balance and concludes with stroking.
Sew It All
Stabilizer Wise, Sue Hausmann
Learn about stabilizer types and make an organizer.
Cap
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N/A
#102
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(CC)
DVI
#729
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1416
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(CC)
N/A
#509
NETA
10:00a
10:30a
Stereo
NETA
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #910
Intarsia Indepth
Eunny begins this show by going beyond basic intarsia with a demonstration on a two-color intarsia motif design. Next, Eunny and Kristin
demonstrate how to knit intarsia argyle socks in the round, a project that looks a lot more complicated than it is. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Eunny
and Clara Parkes talk about heathered wools. These yarns add depth to knitwear just by their heathered elements. Finally, Eunny wraps up with
a quick tip for bobbins and managing yarns for colorwork on bobbins.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2404
Double Stars
Repetition creates a secondary design when two sizes of the same quilt block are combined to create the Double Stars. Mary Fons is joined by
Jodi Davis is this episode to show you the basics of creating the 8-point star block.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4118
01:00p
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
A Delicious Elegant Meal
Join Lidia as she prepares an easy but impressive Tomato and Mint Salad, a simple but mouthwatering Filet Italian Style with Balsamic
Reduction, and a tempting gluten-free Torta Caprese.
01:30p
Sara's Weeknight Meals
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #211
Locavore In Napa with Joey Altman
Sara travels to a beautiful vineyard in Napa, California to cook farm fresh meals locally sourced with Bay Area chef Joey Altman. They whip up
Grilled Salmon, Arugula & Grilled Corn Salad and Sweet Pea & Avocado Crostini. With Grilled Duck Breast, Honey-Roasted Carrots, Farro-Herb
Salad and Cider Jus, the best of the farm is on the plate.
02:00p
Simply Ming
APTEX
(S)
Mom and Dad - Show Two
In this special edition of Simply Ming, Ming is joined by his Mom and Dad to cook some of their favorite dishes.
02:30p
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
The New Face of Beef
APT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1119
(CC)
N/A
#402
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2011
Bench Jewelry Techniques
Patti Bullard shares some bench jewelry techniques that don't require a lot of space or supplies, plus a tip on how to choose the right pliers for a
special project. She also shows how to texture bracelets and earrings. Katie's Bead Lesson is about stamping on leather, a fast and easy
technique to learn to create a trendy bracelet.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #407
Easter
Make a simple, yet memorable Easter celebration with Katie's help. Chef Chris Paulk creates a stuffing from leftover bread, a Cornish hen with
mushroom sauce and fruitopia skewers. Then, she brings baskets of fun to the table with Easter egg buddies and an Easter egg twig
arrangement.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #302
Wheel of Misfortune
Find out how to avoid common money mistakes and learn the importance of following a financial plan. Explore both short- and long-term goals.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1411
Holiday Party
Holidays are the perfect excuse to craft. It can be decorations, or ornaments or even accessories to get into the holiday mood. This episode is a
whole year of celebrations starting with an Easter garland featuring bunnies and chicks. Then, make lollipop ornaments that are not just for on the
tree. Next, it's door hangers or signs for all different events and finally, a celebration of snow.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1205
The Great Outdoors
P. Allen Smith shows us an outdoor living space that serves as a sitting and dining area. Allen's gardening tips include how to plant hostas in the
shade and how to identify poison ivy. Plus, we learn about raising goats in the city and get a peek at a creative chicken coop. Allen shares the
latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #510
The Power of Worms
While worms are an important ingredient of the soil, they can steal the show in the compost pile. With vermicompost, worms do all the work of
breaking down and decomposing kitchen scraps, turning it into nutrient rich castings from the garden. They take the garbage and turn it into black
gold for the garden. This episode explores home vermicomposting, visits a commercial harvesting operation, and tours a "zero waste" company
turning warm waste into a multi-million dollar operation as a natural fertilizer alternative.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11005
06:30p
Asia Insight
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#231
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5203
07:30p
Asian Voices
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#316
08:00p
David Bromberg Unsung Treasure
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
DAVID BROMBERG UNSUNG TREASURE chronicles the life of enigmatic musical figure David Bromberg. In 1980, at the height of his career,
Bromberg stopped performing - citing burnout from years of recording and touring - and turned to violin-making and collecting. The documentary
takes an in-depth look at this groundbreaking, genre-bending guitarist, chronicling his rise to fame, his collaborations with Bob Dylan, George
Harrison, Jerry Garcia and Neil Young, and his influence on a generation of musicians. This rich and largely untold story unfolds through intimate
interviews with Bromberg, archival photographs and footage, music recordings (including never-before-released cuts), and recollections from his
contemporaries and family. UNSUNG TREASURE also follows Bromberg as he works to revitalize an urban community in Delaware. His role as
Wilmington's cultural ambassador ultimately serves as the catalyst for his musical comeback after a 22-year absence.
09:00p
Tift Merritt: Still Not Home
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
The New Yorker called Tift Merritt, "...the bearer of a proud tradition of distaff country soul that reaches back to artists like Dusty Springfield and
Bobbie Gentry. "The singer-songwriter's 2002 debut album, Bramble Rose, put her on the Americana map. She further cemented her reputation
two years later with her Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, Tambourine. In addition to critical and industry acclaim, Merritt counts her own
musical heroes, including Emmylou Harris, among her admirers. An entertaining new hour-long special, TIFT MERRITT: STILL NOT HOME,
captures the North Carolina native performing in front of a hometown audience. The show, shot in August 2013 at the North Carolina Museum of
Art, showcases Merritt's brand of Americana and roots music. The artist shares songs from her fifth album, 2012's Traveling Alone, and selections
from Tambourine (2004), Another Country (2008) and See You on the Moon (2010). Between songs, Merritt reflects on her life and career.
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Visa Dream
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VISA DREAM tells the touching story of one family's experience gaining entry into the United States. Representatives from the U.S. Consulate
demystify the visa process and illuminate the reasons why they approve some applications - and deny others. The film's main characters are
Ramon and Aurora Chavez, an elderly couple living in Jalisco, Mexico, who have not seen their children in 16 years. They are a family divided,
connected only by photo albums and phone calls. The daughters may not visit Mexico because they do not possess the necessary documents;
going there would mean forever leaving behind their spouses, children, homes and lives. One daughter tearfully explains the hardships many
immigrant families endure as a result of this prolonged separation. Ramon, the patriarch of the family, would rather live in Mexico but he longs to
reunite with his family, who live 2,500 miles away in Los Angeles. In order to visit, they must secure a tourist visa, an expensive and difficult
proposition. Previous attempts proved unsuccessful but the Chavezes decide to try again after years of postponement. A camera crew follows
them step-by-step through the application process, which begins at the U.S. Consulate two hours away in Guadalajara. There, visa document
specialists and a U.S. Consulate officer describe their roles, detail the reasons why certain individuals receive visas while others do not and
explain what their interview questions aim to reveal. VISA DREAM's closing moments capture the tension as the family eagerly awaits the results
of the interview. Jubilant scenes follow as the family responds with shock, tears and excitement when they hear the decision. The film concludes
with Ramon and Aurora's first trip to California and the heartwarming reunion with their children and grandchildren.
10:30p
Give It All Away: Newman's Own Recipe for Success
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
GIVE IT ALL AWAY: NEWMAN'S OWN RECIPE FOR SUCCESS traces Paul Newman's legacy of giving. The half-hour documentary chronicles
the path of the Newman's Own Foundation food company - the brainchild of Newman and writer A.E. Hotchner - as it evolved and funded a
variety of charities across the nation. To date, the foundation has distributed more than $370 million to thousands of programs throughout the
U.S. and around the globe. GIVE IT ALL AWAY profiles some of the nonprofit beneficiaries of Newman's Own Foundation, and the inspirational
people behind them.
11:00p
The Black Kungfu Experience
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
THE BLACK KUNGFU EXPERIENCE introduces kungfu's African-American pioneers, men who challenged convention and overturned
preconceived notions while mastering the ancient art. The four martial artists profiled include Ron Van Clief, an ex-Marine and Vietnam veteran
who starred in more than 40 kungfu films and earned the nickname "Black Dragon" from Bruce Lee. Their compelling stories illustrate how kungfu
began as - and remains - a unique crucible of the black experience. In particular, kungfu's themes of the underdog triumphing against the odds
resonated in black communities across the United States.
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Newsline
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N/A
#5203
12:30a
Asian Voices
APTEX
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N/A
#317
01:00a
David Bromberg Unsung Treasure
APTEX
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N/A
#0
DAVID BROMBERG UNSUNG TREASURE chronicles the life of enigmatic musical figure David Bromberg. In 1980, at the height of his career,
Bromberg stopped performing - citing burnout from years of recording and touring - and turned to violin-making and collecting. The documentary
takes an in-depth look at this groundbreaking, genre-bending guitarist, chronicling his rise to fame, his collaborations with Bob Dylan, George
Harrison, Jerry Garcia and Neil Young, and his influence on a generation of musicians. This rich and largely untold story unfolds through intimate
interviews with Bromberg, archival photographs and footage, music recordings (including never-before-released cuts), and recollections from his
contemporaries and family. UNSUNG TREASURE also follows Bromberg as he works to revitalize an urban community in Delaware. His role as
Wilmington's cultural ambassador ultimately serves as the catalyst for his musical comeback after a 22-year absence.
02:00a
Tift Merritt: Still Not Home
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
The New Yorker called Tift Merritt, "...the bearer of a proud tradition of distaff country soul that reaches back to artists like Dusty Springfield and
Bobbie Gentry. "The singer-songwriter's 2002 debut album, Bramble Rose, put her on the Americana map. She further cemented her reputation
two years later with her Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, Tambourine. In addition to critical and industry acclaim, Merritt counts her own
musical heroes, including Emmylou Harris, among her admirers. An entertaining new hour-long special, TIFT MERRITT: STILL NOT HOME,
captures the North Carolina native performing in front of a hometown audience. The show, shot in August 2013 at the North Carolina Museum of
Art, showcases Merritt's brand of Americana and roots music. The artist shares songs from her fifth album, 2012's Traveling Alone, and selections
from Tambourine (2004), Another Country (2008) and See You on the Moon (2010). Between songs, Merritt reflects on her life and career.
03:00a
Visa Dream
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
VISA DREAM tells the touching story of one family's experience gaining entry into the United States. Representatives from the U.S. Consulate
demystify the visa process and illuminate the reasons why they approve some applications - and deny others. The film's main characters are
Ramon and Aurora Chavez, an elderly couple living in Jalisco, Mexico, who have not seen their children in 16 years. They are a family divided,
connected only by photo albums and phone calls. The daughters may not visit Mexico because they do not possess the necessary documents;
going there would mean forever leaving behind their spouses, children, homes and lives. One daughter tearfully explains the hardships many
immigrant families endure as a result of this prolonged separation. Ramon, the patriarch of the family, would rather live in Mexico but he longs to
reunite with his family, who live 2,500 miles away in Los Angeles. In order to visit, they must secure a tourist visa, an expensive and difficult
proposition. Previous attempts proved unsuccessful but the Chavezes decide to try again after years of postponement. A camera crew follows
them step-by-step through the application process, which begins at the U.S. Consulate two hours away in Guadalajara. There, visa document
specialists and a U.S. Consulate officer describe their roles, detail the reasons why certain individuals receive visas while others do not and
explain what their interview questions aim to reveal. VISA DREAM's closing moments capture the tension as the family eagerly awaits the results
of the interview. Jubilant scenes follow as the family responds with shock, tears and excitement when they hear the decision. The film concludes
with Ramon and Aurora's first trip to California and the heartwarming reunion with their children and grandchildren.
03:30a
Give It All Away: Newman's Own Recipe for Success
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
GIVE IT ALL AWAY: NEWMAN'S OWN RECIPE FOR SUCCESS traces Paul Newman's legacy of giving. The half-hour documentary chronicles
the path of the Newman's Own Foundation food company - the brainchild of Newman and writer A.E. Hotchner - as it evolved and funded a
variety of charities across the nation. To date, the foundation has distributed more than $370 million to thousands of programs throughout the
U.S. and around the globe. GIVE IT ALL AWAY profiles some of the nonprofit beneficiaries of Newman's Own Foundation, and the inspirational
people behind them.
04:00a
The Black Kungfu Experience
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
THE BLACK KUNGFU EXPERIENCE introduces kungfu's African-American pioneers, men who challenged convention and overturned
preconceived notions while mastering the ancient art. The four martial artists profiled include Ron Van Clief, an ex-Marine and Vietnam veteran
who starred in more than 40 kungfu films and earned the nickname "Black Dragon" from Bruce Lee. Their compelling stories illustrate how kungfu
began as - and remains - a unique crucible of the black experience. In particular, kungfu's themes of the underdog triumphing against the odds
resonated in black communities across the United States.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #2407
Arresting Citizenship: The Democratic Consequences of American Crime Control
Yale professor VESLA M. WEAVER, discuss her newest book exploring the effects of increasing punishment and surveillance in America on
democratic inclusion, particularly for the black urban poor.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1280
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Zula Patrol
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N/A #124
Three Ring Gorga/Moon Mayhem
THREE RING GORGA: In flashbacks, Bula regales the Zula Patrol with Gorga's back-story: Gorga and the Moon were performers in the circus,
but they decided to quit their jobs and see the Universe. When the greedy Ringmaster came after Gorga, it was up to Bula and the Moon to team
up and get their friend back. MOON MAYHEM: When Wizzy and Wigg visit Madame Luna (Dark Truder in disguise) who claims she can predict
their future by reading the way that moons revolve around their planets. Madame Luna says Wizzy and Wigg must keep their friends indoors for a
week or they will transform into Moon Zoombies. With the ZPers out of the way, Truder plans to take all the Solar System's moons and have them
revolve around his asteroid base to form an impenetrable shield. Multo assures Wizzy and Wigg that no one can predict the future -- but the duo
must learn the truth first hand. They get a little help from their friends, who expose Madame Luna as a fake by exposing "her" scientific ignorance
about moons.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #104
Kidnappers
Devilius hires two evil crooks to kidnap Amadeus and his best friend Kajetan so he can finally discover the secret behind Amadeus' music. The
two boys, not easily taken by surprise, outwit the naive crooks and save themselves on a raft - until they encounter dangerous rapids. The Music:
"Horn Concerto No. 4" K. 495; Piano Sonata "Rondo alla Turca" K. 331; "Serenade in G" ("A Little Serenade") K. 525; et al. Additional Content:
Monti goes on a sightseeing tour through Mozart's hometown of Salzburg, where many landmarks remain from Mozart's day.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Fat Burning 1
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Weight Loss Workout
NETA
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#103
(CC)
DVI
#730
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1417
Your Feet, Your Foundation
It's important to let your feet feel the floor. Exercising barefoot, Mary Ann emphasizes somatosensory awareness in the feet throughout the
workout.
10:30a
Sew It All
Rock The Tote, Rashida Coleman-Hale
Make a purse with plenty of pockets.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#510
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #911
Shrinking Is Good
This episode explores felted designs or when shrinking your work is intentional. Eunny begins with a tutorial on felting. She discusses what yarns
work best for this technique and demonstrates how to correctly measure your work and swatches before and after felting. Then, on the
Accessorize Me segment Laura Bryant and Barry Klein look at diagonal miters. This fun technique adds unique shaping to your knitwear, and it's
easy to do. Next, on Yarn Spotlight segment Clara Parkes and Eunny discuss tweed yarns and their implications for designing. Finally, Eunny
wraps up with a quick tip on comparing and contrasting felted fabrics, such as felting cables and colorwork.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2405
Neapolitan
Block Exchanges, what are they? How do I organize one? What kinds of things should you consider? Mary Fons and Liz Porter will guide you
through all the considerations and details required to set up a successful block exchange program.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4119
01:00p
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Romance
A romantic at heart, host Rachel Allen suggests some exotic dishes to cook for someone special on that all-important first date or a milestone
wedding anniversary. Recipes include: buttered lobster, spicy rack of lamb and 'mocha kisses', and crumbly, delicious biscuits.
01:30p
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #213
Tuna, Fried Potatoes and Clams
Chef Nick Stellino welcomes Chef Sylvain Delpique of DavidBurke Townhouse in New York and creates an unforgettable dish, Potato Wrapped
Tuna Stuffed with Crab & Cucumber. Then, Nick prepares Pan-fried Potato and Red peppers, followed by fabulous Sauteed Clams with Sausage.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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02:00p
The Jazzy Vegetarian
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #213
Happy Holiday Meal
Host Laura Theodore's holiday meal features petite "Acorn Squash with Mushroom, Walnut and Celery Stuffing." On the side, sweet cinnamon
and maple glazed "Yummy Yam Casserole" is topped with crunchy pecans. "Green Beans Almondine" stand in for the traditional green bean
casserole. Light as air, "Holiday Sandies," are sweet and crisp cookies that make a tempting dessert for kids of all ages.
02:30p
Essential Pepin
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #102
Fabulous Fins
Cured Salmon In Molasses; Tuna Steaks With Tapenade Coating; Tuna Tartare On Marinated Cucumbers; Poached Salmon In Ravigote Sauce;
Ray Meuniere With Mushrooms.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2012
Needle Tatting and Chainmaille
Lauren Andersen, The Chainmaille Lady has a new take on mixing other materials with chainmaille, including needle tatting and premade cuffs.
Lauren also shares a tip for making your own jump rings. Katie makes a beaded cluster bracelet in her Beading Lesson.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #408
Wedding
Katie prepares an effortless yet elegant wedding celebration. Guest Chef Snow from Blue Heron Restaurant spices up the kitchen with a leg of
lamb, gourmet grilled cheese and a plum and almond cobbler. Projects: simple wedding itinerary and an earthy and elegant wrap-around twig
vase.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #303
More Bang for Your Buck
Whether you're facing good times or tough times, it's important to know how to get the best value for your money. Discover tips for stretching your
dollars.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1412
Crazy Creatures
This episode, our every day craft projects are all creatures - they could be funny, or realistic or even imaginary. Start with clay monsters of every
color, shape and size. Then, it's a hardware plaster casting. Next, we collect all of the leftover nuts and bolts and turn them into a robotic creature.
Finally, make suction cup birds for a crazy window decoration. We're not sure if these birds want to get in or get out -they seem to be stuck on the
window!
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1206
Stepping Back In Time
P. Allen Smith takes a step back in time on a whirlwind tour starting with Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home in Charlottesville, Virginia, where
we learn about the historic plants in the estate's gardens. Allen also visits Longwood Mansion, the largest octagonal house in the United States, a
National Historic Landmark in Natchez, Mississippi; and the home of the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park, Illinois. Allen offers
tips on how to make terra cotta look vintage. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #511
An Organic Farm Changing Lives; The Center for Discovery, Sullivan County, Ny
Spend time in a garden or on a farm, and you quickly realize the amazing healing powers they have by just being there. Now imagine the power
such a place can have when you're immersed in it full time. For children with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder), those benefits are exponential.
The Center for Discovery, in Sullivan County, NY is a place created for just such children. The farm is at the heart of the project and it's changing
lives in a powerful and moving way. In this episode, we visit the farm, meet some of the dedicated staff, and discover the magic this place has on
the children who come here.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11006
06:30p
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1128
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5204
07:30p
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#540
(CC)
N/A
#1208
08:00p
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
The Grass Stains/Dry Branch Fire Squad/The Moron Brothers
Three popular regional bluegrass groups perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
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09:00p
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #802
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
On the eve of the release of their new album, 9 Dead Alive, the incomparable Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performed at Upper
Manhattan's Hispanic Society of America. The two virtuoso musicians played a dazzling 12-song set in the century-old museum's Sorolla Gallery,
surrounded by the 14 paintings that make up Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's masterwork "Vision of Spain," a celebration of the country's diverse
customs. It was a breathtaking setting for Rodrigo y Gabriela's unique fusion of musical genres, a mix of melodic beauty and percussive fury
which drove the 300 invited guests into clapping, stomping glee.
10:00p
Changing Seas
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #603
Galapagos: Windows Into The Future
A co-production with the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation The unique oceanic conditions of the Galapagos Islands serve as a perfect
natural laboratory to study how climate change may impact corals in the future. Scientists spend a month in the archipelago to conduct research
as part of the Global Reef Expedition.
10:30p
Changing Seas
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #604
Saving Sawfish
The strange, prehistoric-looking Smalltooth Sawfish were once coveted by anglers as popular trophy fish. But habitat loss and overfishing have
greatly reduced the animals' range and landed them on the endangered species list. Today, the fish are limited to South Florida, where scientists
are conducting research to save the species.
11:00p
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #101
Performance Spaces
Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, NY by SHoP, (New York); Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, TX by HKS Architects (Dallas); Kauffman Center for the
Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO by Moshe Safdie (Boston).
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Date: 11/22/2014
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5204
12:30a
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#540
(CC)
N/A
#1208
01:00a
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
The Grass Stains/Dry Branch Fire Squad/The Moron Brothers
Three popular regional bluegrass groups perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
02:00a
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #802
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
On the eve of the release of their new album, 9 Dead Alive, the incomparable Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela performed at Upper
Manhattan's Hispanic Society of America. The two virtuoso musicians played a dazzling 12-song set in the century-old museum's Sorolla Gallery,
surrounded by the 14 paintings that make up Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida's masterwork "Vision of Spain," a celebration of the country's diverse
customs. It was a breathtaking setting for Rodrigo y Gabriela's unique fusion of musical genres, a mix of melodic beauty and percussive fury
which drove the 300 invited guests into clapping, stomping glee.
03:00a
Changing Seas
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #603
Galapagos: Windows Into The Future
A co-production with the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation The unique oceanic conditions of the Galapagos Islands serve as a perfect
natural laboratory to study how climate change may impact corals in the future. Scientists spend a month in the archipelago to conduct research
as part of the Global Reef Expedition.
03:30a
Changing Seas
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #604
Saving Sawfish
The strange, prehistoric-looking Smalltooth Sawfish were once coveted by anglers as popular trophy fish. But habitat loss and overfishing have
greatly reduced the animals' range and landed them on the endangered species list. Today, the fish are limited to South Florida, where scientists
are conducting research to save the species.
04:00a
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #101
Performance Spaces
Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, NY by SHoP, (New York); Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, TX by HKS Architects (Dallas); Kauffman Center for the
Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO by Moshe Safdie (Boston).
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2408
The End of Greatness: Why America Can't Have (And Really Doesn't Want)
For two decades, AARON DAVID MILLER served as an adviser to Republican and Democratic secretaries of state. His latest book, The End of
Greatness, takes a journey through presidential history, helping us understand how greatness in the presidency was achieved, why it's gone, and
how we can better come to appreciate the presidents we have rather than be consumed with the ones we want.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1281
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #125
A Star Is Born/Galactic Star Games
A STAR IS BORN: When the ZPers travel through a Wormhole created by Wilson, he sneezes, accidentally shooting them into a region of space
that is far from home. Their fuel is lost and the only way our heroes can return to Zula is by using the solar energy that will be emitted by
protostars inside a nebula, after they change into full-fledged stars. But the protostars our ZPers meet are afraid of changing and fulfilling their
destiny. Our heroes help them through that process, and the protostars learn that change can be good. GALACTIC STAR GAMESAt the Sun's
request, the Zula Patrol travels to the Star Games, a competition for stars, to help out the Sun's Aunt Dorothy, an older red dwarf star that wants
to compete. But they soon discover that Dorothy and her older friends are being discriminated against because of their age.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #105
The Birdseller
Amadeus wants to buy a new canary from the bird seller to cheer up his heartbroken sister, Nannerl. Meanwhile, Devilius thinks a magnificent
golden eagle will turn him into a genius composer. He steals the eagle while staging an incident that results in all of the birds escaping.
Authorities wrongly blame Amadeus and his friend for the incident and throw them into the dungeon of the Bishop's palace. Can they prove their
innocence before the eagle makes Devilius' dreams a reality? The Music: "Salzburg Symphony No. 1" K. 138; Papageno's Aria "Der
Vogelfaenger bin ich ja" from "The Magic Flute" K. 620; "Symphony No. 25 in G Minor" ("Small Symphony in G Minor") K. 183; et al. Additional
Content: In this episode, Amadeus' flute-playing' saves him and his friends from the dungeon. Kajetan carved the flute out of a piece of wood he
carried in his pens. Monti easily carves a flute out of wood and other materials and shows viewers how it works.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Fat Burning 2
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Stretch All 600 Muscles
Distrib
Stereo
NETA
APTEX
(S)
Cap
AS2 Episode
(CC)
N/A
#104
(CC)
DVI
#801
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1418
Flabby Arms
This workout focuses on exercises to tone the arm muscles. Mary Ann introduces a new way to strengthen arms using your own body as
resistance.
10:30a
Sew It All
Tank Girl, Vanessa Wilson
Create your own tank top pattern that fits and flatters.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#511
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #912
Eek, Steeks!
This episode explores steeking, silk yarns, and crochet motifs. Eunny begins with a tutorial on machine, unfinished, and crocheted steeks. With
this knowledge, you can conquer your fears about steeking when you break it down into easy-to-understand steps and learn the benefits steeking
can bring to your designs. Then, on the Accessorize Me segment, we explore crochet motifs with designer and crochet expert Kristin Omdahl as
she demonstrates how to crochet the motif of her Birch Vest design. On Yarn Spotlight, Eunny and Clara talk silk blends. This luxurious material
adds shine to blended yarns, and they'll discuss the benefits of blending yarns with silk. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for tacking down
your steeks.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2406
Machine Quilting
Mary's guest Angela Huffman will show you how a simple piece of plastic will take your quilts from plain to Blue ribbon ready. Demonstrations
include straight line channel quilting, the selection and use of rulers and templates, and how to create spaces on your quilt top for fabulous motifs.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4120
Essential Pepin
APTEX
(S)
Veg-In!
Ragout Of Asparagus; Zucchini And Tomato Gratin; Cauliflower Gratin; Artichoke Hearts Helen; Corn Tempura.
(CC)
DVI
#104
(CC)
N/A
#126
01:00p
01:30p
Chef John Besh's New Orleans
APTEX
(S)
Oyster Dressing, Cornbread and Crawfish Dressing, and Shrimp and Mirliton Dressing.
02:00p
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co. - After The Hunt
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1201
Creole-Braised Wood Duck/Grand View Lodge
Chef Folse kicks off his new series highlighting Teal and Wood Duck, two of the most highly prized game ducks for cooking in Louisiana. He
prepares a mouthwatering favorite, smoked Teal and Andouille gumbo, and then travels to Grand View Lodge in Southwest Louisiana where
prepares Creole-Braised Wood Duck. Other dishes include Grilled Honey and Chile-glazed Duck Breast, and Hip's Bread Pudding.
02:30p
Cook's Country
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #706
Steakhouse Specials Off The Grill
Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the best Grilled Cowboy-Cut Rib Eyes. Next, host Christopher Kimball reveals the text
kitchen's tips for grill cleaning. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for salad spinners. And finally, test cook Julia Collin
Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate Grilled caesar salad.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2001
Mixing Simple Metal Smithing with Stringing
Designer and author Candie Cooper has a unique lesson on coordinating your jewelry pieces. She creates simple layered earrings and then a
knotted necklace. She also shares a tool tip for using a hammer and anvil. Katie's Beading Lesson is about coiled bead bracelets to suit any style.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
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(CC)
DVI #409
Family
Katie shares some heartwarming family recipes with guest chef Michael Phelps: a chicken roux, apple dumplings and biscuits. Then, she makes
some customizable baskets and chalkboards with hooks and a photo family tree full of memories.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #304
Where Is My Allowance?
Discover how different families work out "allowances." Even basic financial planning starts now-learn how to manage your monthly income and
expenses for vacations, education, and more.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1413
Games and Sports
What could be more fun than combining games and crafts? Craft a game board, make up a game, or celebrate your favorite team. We begin with
team bracelets in your school colors. Then, make a shoe tag for your backpack or sports bag. Next, it's two games - alien miniature golf and
finally, a game board using leftover buttons.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1207
Garden Fun with Kids
P. Allen Smith brings kids in the garden for some fun! They learn how to make flowers turn a different color, make mosaics with rocks and
homemade salt dough, and assemble a birdbath for the garden. Allen takes us to the Children's Garden at the Garfield Park Conservatory in
Chicago, and the turn-of-the-century Children's Farmstead in Kansas City, Kansas. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home
Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #512
Putting The Garden to Bed: Atlanta, Ga
The start of the next gardening season begins with making good decisions much earlier. Joe Lamp'l brings in the cameras as he puts his garden
to bed and shows you what you need to know too. The tips shared in this episode are many and extremely helpful for any gardener to create a
healthier and more productive garden next season and beyond.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11007
06:30p
Tomorrow: Japan Beyond 3/11
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#324
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5205
07:30p
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1101
Anne Rice
Anne Rice is often referred to as the queen of Vampires; and is frequently credited for the resurgence of the genre - thanks to her blockbuster
"Interview with the Vampire" and the nine books that followed in her Vampire Chronicles. Add in the very successful Mayfair Witches series and
Rice's total book sales exceed 100 million copies-- making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history. In 2005 she left her
vampires behind to dedicate her life to the Catholic Church, and began publishing a new series on the early life of Jesus Christ. But in 2010 she
once again made headlines by publicly leaving the Church and speaking very candidly about her reasons. Today, she is finding success with
"The Wolf Gift," the first of what she promises will be a new series featuring Werewolves. On this episode of InnerVIEWS, Ernie sits down for our
second conversation with New York Times bestselling author Anne Rice.
08:00p
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#919
Gravy Boys; Primitive Quartet.
09:00p
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1409
The Mccrary Sisters and the Deadly Gentlemen
The McCrary Sisters are the daughters of the late Rev. Samuel McCrary, who was one of the original members of the legendary gospel quartet
The Fairfield Four. The McCrary's home was filled with music, whether it was the Fairfield Four or frequent guests that included a pantheon of
gospel greats, including Shirley Caesar and James Cleveland. Collectively the sisters have performed or recorded with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash,
Elvis, Stevie Wonder, Ray Stevens, and others. The sisters' new album "All The Way," is the follow-up to 2011 debut CD and includes 10
McCrary originals. The Deadly Gentlemen are a 5 member folk and grass band out of Boston that have played with the likes of Crooked Still,
Bruce Springsteen, Blue Moose and the Unbuttoned Zippers, Missy Raines, David Grisman and Tony Trischka Band. The band will be releasing
their latest album 'Roll Me, Tumble Me' on Rounder Records.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 36 of 119
Fri, Jan 09, 2015
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10:00p
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #207
Life During Wartime
They Also Serve (CalArts) A mother's nerves start to fray as she waits for her soldier son to arrive home for his welcoming party. Directed by
Michael Meehan. Road to Peshawar (University of Texas) During the Soviet-Afghan War, a father leads his injured daughter through the
treacherous Peshawar Pass. In a literal minefield, her fate becomes linked to that of a Soviet sniper. Directed by Hammad Rizvi.
10:30p
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #406
Thelma & Louise: A Conversation with Callie Khouri
Callie Khouri reflects upon her experience working with Ridley Scott and writing the classic female-driven-buddy film, Thelma and Louise.
Followed by Avram Dodson's short film, Pistachio Milk, a coming of age tale about a young suitor using only his wits and a bottle of pistachio milk
to pursue his love interest.
11:00p
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#202
C.O. Bigelow Apothecary; Brooklyn Coppoer Cookware; Pastosa Ravioli; Fountain Pen Hospital.
11:30p
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #805
The Return of Love Letters
Actor Brian Dennehy and playwright A.R. Gurney discuss the all-star Broadway revival of Gurney's internationally renowned, two-person play
Love Letters.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 37 of 119
Sat, Jan 10, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Newsline
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Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5205
12:30a
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1101
Anne Rice
Anne Rice is often referred to as the queen of Vampires; and is frequently credited for the resurgence of the genre - thanks to her blockbuster
"Interview with the Vampire" and the nine books that followed in her Vampire Chronicles. Add in the very successful Mayfair Witches series and
Rice's total book sales exceed 100 million copies-- making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history. In 2005 she left her
vampires behind to dedicate her life to the Catholic Church, and began publishing a new series on the early life of Jesus Christ. But in 2010 she
once again made headlines by publicly leaving the Church and speaking very candidly about her reasons. Today, she is finding success with
"The Wolf Gift," the first of what she promises will be a new series featuring Werewolves. On this episode of InnerVIEWS, Ernie sits down for our
second conversation with New York Times bestselling author Anne Rice.
01:00a
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#919
Gravy Boys; Primitive Quartet.
02:00a
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1409
The Mccrary Sisters and the Deadly Gentlemen
The McCrary Sisters are the daughters of the late Rev. Samuel McCrary, who was one of the original members of the legendary gospel quartet
The Fairfield Four. The McCrary's home was filled with music, whether it was the Fairfield Four or frequent guests that included a pantheon of
gospel greats, including Shirley Caesar and James Cleveland. Collectively the sisters have performed or recorded with Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash,
Elvis, Stevie Wonder, Ray Stevens, and others. The sisters' new album "All The Way," is the follow-up to 2011 debut CD and includes 10
McCrary originals. The Deadly Gentlemen are a 5 member folk and grass band out of Boston that have played with the likes of Crooked Still,
Bruce Springsteen, Blue Moose and the Unbuttoned Zippers, Missy Raines, David Grisman and Tony Trischka Band. The band will be releasing
their latest album 'Roll Me, Tumble Me' on Rounder Records.
03:00a
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #207
Life During Wartime
They Also Serve (CalArts) A mother's nerves start to fray as she waits for her soldier son to arrive home for his welcoming party. Directed by
Michael Meehan. Road to Peshawar (University of Texas) During the Soviet-Afghan War, a father leads his injured daughter through the
treacherous Peshawar Pass. In a literal minefield, her fate becomes linked to that of a Soviet sniper. Directed by Hammad Rizvi.
03:30a
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #406
Thelma & Louise: A Conversation with Callie Khouri
Callie Khouri reflects upon her experience working with Ridley Scott and writing the classic female-driven-buddy film, Thelma and Louise.
Followed by Avram Dodson's short film, Pistachio Milk, a coming of age tale about a young suitor using only his wits and a bottle of pistachio milk
to pursue his love interest.
04:00a
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#202
C.O. Bigelow Apothecary; Brooklyn Coppoer Cookware; Pastosa Ravioli; Fountain Pen Hospital.
04:30a
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #805
The Return of Love Letters
Actor Brian Dennehy and playwright A.R. Gurney discuss the all-star Broadway revival of Gurney's internationally renowned, two-person play
Love Letters.
05:00a
In Good Shape
WNVC
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#137
05:30a
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2904
Epilepsy: Solving The Mystery
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that can range from mild to severe. It can even be life-threatening. Essentially, anything that can disturb the normal
pattern of neuron activities in the brain can result in epilepsy. Having a seizure does not automatically determine one has epilepsy, but when two
or more seizures occur epilepsy is often the cause. In this program we seek to explore how patients can work with their medical teams to manage
this mysterious disorder. We hear about the treatments that can help patients get control of the disease-and the lifestyle factors that can help
reduce the stress that often accompanies living with epilepsy.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1282
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #225
Moonlit Rose By Gary Jenkins
A beautiful single Tea Rose, cascades gracefully down the canvas. Long tropical leaves as well as Rose leaves are painted in Cool Blue and
Mauve tones. Rose buds and vines are added and painted on a dark background.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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08:30a
Art 2 Art
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(CC)
N/A
#313
09:00a
Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #113
Frederic Church's Olana In Hudson River Valley, Ny
David visits Olana, Frederic Church's Persian-inspired home in the Hudson River Valley, painting the expansive vista of the Hudson River Valley.
The Hudson River Painters, considered the first American school of painting, were profoundly influenced by European traditions, especially the
Ideal Italian landscapes of Claude Lorrain. They were popular from 1825 to 1875 and gave Americans their pictorial sense of national identity.
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Increase Your Energy
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
The Power of Small Movements
This episode demonstrates what can be achieved with small gentle movements.
10:30a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Anti Aging
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#802
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1419
(CC)
N/A
#106
NETA
11:00a
Cooking Odyssey
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #202
Thessaloniki - Part 2
Eva vists the museum of Byzantine culture explores a vineyard with one of the largest corkscrew collections in Europe and discovers a Jewish
museum in northern Greece, and Chef Yianni makes a unique Byzantine inspired dessert.
11:30a
Chefs A' Field
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #213
The Revolution
The Birthplace of Modern Organic Farming. Chef Christine Keff: Flying Fish - Seattle Chef Christine Keff is considered America's "queen of green
cuisine," as she recognized the importance of conservation years ahead of other chefs. For the last 15 years, her four-star kitchen has been
serving Northwest-inspired dishes made with local and organic ingredients. In this episode, the chef visits one of organic farming's early pioneers,
Jim Meyer, in the foothills of the scenic North Cascades mountains. Recipes: Alaskan King Salmon, Squash & Mushroom Ragout, Roasted
Onions, Bacon Vinaigrette; Grilled Fish Tacos, Charred Tomato Salsa, Guacamole, Onions, Handmade Tortillas.
12:00n
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #126
Piemonte Peppers
Peppers Piemontese are so much more than roasted red peppers. Lidia shows you how to create this classic dish. A cozy Country Style Fava
Soup will send you back in time. For dessert - every culture has a crepe - and in northern Italy, it's Oatmeal Palacinke.
12:30p
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #204
Rancho Bella Sante
On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, host Pete Evans travels to the southern mountains of Temecula, California where he is
joined by chefs Susan Feninger and Mary Sue Miliken of Santa Monica's famous Border Grill. Together they create a Latin inspired feast that
features delectable avocadoes. First stop on today's adventure, the Santa Monica Farmers Market, which is one of the largest grower-only
markets in the nation. Here the group picks up lamb and other ingredients for the feast. Next stop, Temecula where Susan, Mary Sue and Pete
pick avocadoes right off the tree. Tonight's homage to the avocado includes heirloom bean tostada with herbs and crispy avocados and a lamb
paddy with avocado relish.
01:00p
Rudy Maxa's World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #306
Four Great Cities of Asia
Only three per cent of the world's population lived in cities in 1800s, but that number will swell to 70% by 2050. Cities in Asia underwent rapid
growth in the past century, and "Four Great Cities of Asia" examines the remarkable evolution of the mega-city. From the world's largest city,
Tokyo, to the colorful chaos of Delhi, and from the modern miracle of Seoul to the teeming streets of Bangkok, "Four Great Cities of Asia" is a
passport to the high-tech marvels and back-street secrets of four of the world's most amazing cities.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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01:30p
Equitrekking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #501
Alberta
Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to Alberta, Canada to experience Western adventure and stunning natural scenery. In Kananaskis,
Darley treks amid the beautiful snow-capped Canadian Rockies with a longtime Alberta cowboy, conquering high altitudes and an August
hailstorm. Next, Darley experiences the fast-paced Calgary Stampede with its equestrian competitions, Western art, rodeos and surprisingly
diverse food offerings. North of Calgary, viewers ride along on a multi-day pack trip into Banff National Park, Canada's oldest national park,
passing glacial-fed lakes through rushing mountain streams and forested trails that open up to reveal dramatic, tall mountain peaks. Darley
camps in the wilderness, discovering what it takes to live in the primitive backcountry, and sleep out under the stars. At Homeplace Ranch, a
historic ranch in the foothills outside of Calgary, Darley meets local Mac MaKenny who shares the ranch's intimate history during a ride through
tall Aspen trees to an outdoor ranch BBQ.
02:00p
Rick Steves' Europe
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #811
Prague
The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is the best-preserved Baroque city in Central Europe. We experience its massive castle, beloved
statue-lined bridge, evocative Jewish Quarter, and thrilling 20th-century history while enjoying its infectious love of music and perhaps the best
beer in Europe. With a beautifully preserved Old Town, Prague deserves its nickname: the Golden City of a Hundred Spires.
02:30p
Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg
ACCES
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Uncovering Phony Hotel Reviews & Hidden Gems of Valle De Bravo, Mexico
Correspondent Tracy Gallagher exposes photo manipulation techniques used in hotel marketing; Peter's "Hidden Gems" of Valle de Bravo,
Mexico; Peter's carry-on bag essentials.
03:00p
Garden Smart
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3613
A beautiful property combined with an inspired landscape designer makes for a very interesting show. From design information to plant selection
and care, this show is packed with gardening information. We learned a lot and think you will too. Be sure to tune in.
03:30p
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #311
Festive Entertaining
The holiday season is here and Allen is getting ready by preparing a few unique recipes for the big day. He also shows us how to create a very
festive dinner table.
04:00p
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #426
Sapphire
Award-winning poet, writer, and educator Sapphire is the author of Push, the novel which inspired the film Precious. In this interview with Maria
Hinojosa, Sapphire talks about the making of Precious, what Push is really about, and her next novel.
04:30p
Overheard with Evan Smith
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #417
Kevin Nealon, Comedian
Kevin Nealon is a comedian and actor. He's perhaps best known for playing Doug Wilson on the Showtime series "Weeds." He was also one of
the longest serving cast-members on Saturday Night Live from 1986 to 1995. Nealon has starred in many cult comedies, including Grandma's
Boy and Joe Dirt.
05:00p
San Mateo County Today 110
Smc District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
Host Linda Morrisey interviews San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
(N)
N/A
#110
05:30p
Natural Heroes
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A #611
Carbon for Water
At dawn, nine-year-old Anzelma walks for miles in search of firewood. Many in her village have died from drinking dirty water, and firewood is a
valuable commodity, used to boil water to make it safe. One program is attempting to change this by providing 900,000 water filters to the people
of Kenya's Western Province, for free. The innovative project is financed with carbon credits earned through the reduction in use of firewood. If
successful, it will cut carbon dioxide emissions by 2 million tons per year for a decade or more. It just requires changing the habits of 4.5 million
people first.
06:00p
Focus On Europe
06:30p
Asia This Week
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3301
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#440
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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07:00p
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #301
I Just Know I'm An Everyday Edison!
Thousands of people from around the world pitched their ideas to our panel of judges at five casting calls held around the United States. In
Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Providence and San Jose, lines of anxious inventors wrapped around convention centers hoping for their chance to
become an 'Everyday Edison.' Our cameras caught all the excitement and drama from each Everyday Edisons casting call held across the
country, giving viewers a backstage pass to nervous inventors just before they made their pitch. And when the casting dust settled, our viewers
will meet five of the nine inventors for this season of Everyday Edisons, hear what inspired them and learn just why our judges were impressed.
07:30p
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1301
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play Elton John's "Your Song" and the signature lick from Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe
Island." Featured guests are five-time Grammy nominee David Benoit, Andy LaVerne and Bobby Floyd.
08:00p
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Tim Reynolds & Tr3
Tim Reynolds & TR3 bring killer guitar riffs and rock and roll funk to the hallowed walls of Infinity Hall. Reynolds, best known for his collaborations
with the Dave Matthews Band, is widely regarded as underrated master, highly skilled at guitar, bass, piano, sitar, mandolin, violin and various
instruments of ethnic percussion. Amazing audiences all over the world for more than 35 years, Reynolds has perfected a unique performance
style that he brings to this extraordinary INFINITY HALL LIVE set. Born in Germany, Reynolds began playing music at a young age in his parents'
church. Following high school graduation, Reynolds left home and moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where he began playing at local bars. Away
from his parents' strict moral and behavioral instruction, Reynolds was able to experiment, developing his own sound. After forming the original
TR3 in the early '90s, Reynolds began touring. Simultaneously, he collaborated with a young Dave Matthews on his early performances and
albums. Today, Reynolds continues to tour with the Dave Matthews Band lending his unmatched guitar skill to the group. Reynolds is
accomplished at nearly 30 musical instruments. When his musical mastery is combined with his flawless improvisation and complex riffs, the
result is an unforgettable rock performance.
09:00p
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #304
Ginger Baker
Best known for his work with Cream and Blind Faith, and often referred to as "the world's greatest drummer," the 1992 Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame inductee and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, graces the Iridium stage in New York City with his band Jazz Confusion. The
performance includes songs "12 More Blues," "Ginger Spice," "Footprints" and more.
10:00p
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1326
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Sicily
Rosie discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs,
Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most
layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's
cultural and historical events.
11:00p
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #402
Burning in the Sun
Burning in the Sunfollows the journey of a young social entrepreneur on a quest to electrify the rural households in his native country of Mali.
Looking to make his mark on the world, 26-year-old Daniel Dembele decides to return to his homeland in Mali and start a local business building
solar panels, the first of its kind in the sun- drenched nation. The film traces Dembele's journey from growing the budding idea into a viable
company to servicing his first customers in the tiny village of Banko.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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AS2 Episode
12:00a
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #301
I Just Know I'm An Everyday Edison!
Thousands of people from around the world pitched their ideas to our panel of judges at five casting calls held around the United States. In
Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Providence and San Jose, lines of anxious inventors wrapped around convention centers hoping for their chance to
become an 'Everyday Edison.' Our cameras caught all the excitement and drama from each Everyday Edisons casting call held across the
country, giving viewers a backstage pass to nervous inventors just before they made their pitch. And when the casting dust settled, our viewers
will meet five of the nine inventors for this season of Everyday Edisons, hear what inspired them and learn just why our judges were impressed.
12:30a
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1301
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play Elton John's "Your Song" and the signature lick from Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe
Island." Featured guests are five-time Grammy nominee David Benoit, Andy LaVerne and Bobby Floyd.
01:00a
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Tim Reynolds & Tr3
Tim Reynolds & TR3 bring killer guitar riffs and rock and roll funk to the hallowed walls of Infinity Hall. Reynolds, best known for his collaborations
with the Dave Matthews Band, is widely regarded as underrated master, highly skilled at guitar, bass, piano, sitar, mandolin, violin and various
instruments of ethnic percussion. Amazing audiences all over the world for more than 35 years, Reynolds has perfected a unique performance
style that he brings to this extraordinary INFINITY HALL LIVE set. Born in Germany, Reynolds began playing music at a young age in his parents'
church. Following high school graduation, Reynolds left home and moved to Charlottesville, Virginia where he began playing at local bars. Away
from his parents' strict moral and behavioral instruction, Reynolds was able to experiment, developing his own sound. After forming the original
TR3 in the early '90s, Reynolds began touring. Simultaneously, he collaborated with a young Dave Matthews on his early performances and
albums. Today, Reynolds continues to tour with the Dave Matthews Band lending his unmatched guitar skill to the group. Reynolds is
accomplished at nearly 30 musical instruments. When his musical mastery is combined with his flawless improvisation and complex riffs, the
result is an unforgettable rock performance.
02:00a
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #304
Ginger Baker
Best known for his work with Cream and Blind Faith, and often referred to as "the world's greatest drummer," the 1992 Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame inductee and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, graces the Iridium stage in New York City with his band Jazz Confusion. The
performance includes songs "12 More Blues," "Ginger Spice," "Footprints" and more.
03:00a
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1326
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Sicily
Rosie discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs,
Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most
layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's
cultural and historical events.
04:00a
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #402
Burning in the Sun
Burning in the Sunfollows the journey of a young social entrepreneur on a quest to electrify the rural households in his native country of Mali.
Looking to make his mark on the world, 26-year-old Daniel Dembele decides to return to his homeland in Mali and start a local business building
solar panels, the first of its kind in the sun- drenched nation. The film traces Dembele's journey from growing the budding idea into a viable
company to servicing his first customers in the tiny village of Banko.
05:00a
Drexel Interview
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Robert Wilson
In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews Robert Wilson, author of the historical biography, Mathew Brady:
Portraits of a Nation-the focus of this engaging conversation. Wilson also serves as Editor of The American Scholar, a publication of the Phi Beta
Kappa Society (America's oldest academic honor society). Wilson chronicles the career of Mathew Brady, heralded as one of the preeminent 19th
Century American photographers. While Brady first established himself as a New York portrait photographer for the social elite, he soon evolved
into a popular Civil War field documentarian. He quickly brought numerous other aspiring photographers into his fold, and left behind a bounty of
portraits, battle scenes, and landscapes to help define the direction of modern photography. However, as Wilson explores in this interview,
Brady's career was not without controversy. Recorded on location at the headquarters of the Phi Beta Kappa Society in Washington, D.C., this
episode features compelling discussion and archival photography from Mathew Brady's prolific portfolio.
05:30a
Moneywise with Kelvin Boston
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Women Making Success Happen: Part 2
This episode shares the financial and business life lessons learned from a variety of successful women.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
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Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer
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The Round Barn
Sarah talks to a Ohio farmer who owns a large and unusual hundred-year-old round barn built by Amish craftsman. Roger paints the red barn
from a nearby knoll during corn-harvesting season.
08:30a
Color World with Gary Spetz
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Color Venice, Part 1
Host-Artist, Gary Spetz fulfills a childhood dream, by visiting the fabled "city of water streets": Venice, Italy. Arriving my cruise liner, he explores its
many historic narrow channels and paths-seeking reflective water scenes and picturesque windows and doors.
09:00a
Wyland's Art Studio
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Sea Change
Art Lesson: Value painting. Learn about tints, shading and use of monochromatic colors. Wyland will demonstrate how to paint using 1-2 colors.
Monochromatic coloring is the process in which an artist will use a series of tints and shades of one color. Analogous colors are a palette of
compatible color combinations that blend well together, usually located next to each other on the color wheel. Mixing white to a hue creates tints.
Wyland Tip: There are more than 35 species of dolphins.
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Stress Relieving Workout
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Sit and Be Fit
NETA
Flexibility and Range of Motion
All the exercises in this program highlight range of motion throughout the shoulders and back.
10:30a
Power Yoga: Mind and Body
Long Holds - Version Three
With Side Plank, Charlie Chaplin, Supta Baddha Konasana, Camel.
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11:00a
Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen
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Fermented Korean Foods and Seafood Delicacies
This episode features traditional fermented sauces and seafood delicacies that have been consumed by Koreans for centuries. Recipes include
sashimi bibimbap, pan fried oysters and calamari stir-fry.
11:30a
Vintage
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The Never-Ending Crush
Marisa makes a last minute decision to pick an entire vineyard of her best Merlot, resulting in a long day, and night, for Rutherford Hill. At
Chimney Rock they finally have their first big pick of the harvest, processing 60 tons of Merlot, while at Markham Vineyards they have a little slow
time, and a Mexican BBQ on the crush pad.
12:00n
Ciao Italia
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Cooking of Liguria/La Cucina Ligure
Mary Ann travels with her students to the stunning coastline of Liguria to enjoy the sights and sounds of the "Italian Riviera", and to teach them
the fine art of Ligurian cuisine, starting with artisanal, coin-shaped Corzetti pasta, a complex, pesto-based Minestrone, Genoa Style, red wine
infused Rabbit, Ligurian Style and for dessert, unique Jam Filled Tarts from Rapallo, called Gobelletti.
12:30p
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
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Gone Fishing
With its endless coastline and countless rivers and canals, Vietnamese fishermen are never without a spot to cast their nets. Martin wakes up
before dawn to lend a hand unloading the overnight catches from the fishing fleet. He hops onto one of the unique basket boats to check out the
fresh seafood onboard. Later, he drops by a boat maker to see how these basket boats are still made by hand. Recipes: Claypot Fish with
Pineapple and Tomato, Clam Soup with White Wine.
01:00p
Wild Photo Adventures
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The Best of Season 1
Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes a look back at some of the highlights of Season 1.
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Wonders of the West
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Channel Islands
Just off the coast of California are a group of islands often referred to as the "Galapagos of the U.S." Board a boat with us and explore this unique
area as we find common dolphins, sea lions, blue whales and humpback whales. Learn some endangered species "success stories" of some of
the animals that inhabit these islands. Come tide pooling with us, try surf fishing, and learn how to make ceviche with sustainable seafood.
02:00p
Aviators
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PYROTECHNICS: We showcase Rich Gibson, the man behind some of the most explosive airshow spectacles. HANGAR FLYING 2: Kurtis,
Sara, and Anthony debate the merits of their favorite bomber planes.
02:30p
Jonathan Bird's Blue World
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Belugas, Cousteau's Blue Hole and Spinner Dolphins
Segment 1: Mystic Beluga Whales. At the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut, Jonathan gets up close and personal with Beluga whales as he learns
what its like to train and take care of thousand pound marine mammals. Segment 2: Cousteau's Blue Hole. Tucked away in the forest on Andros
Island in the Bahamas is a small circular pond. But this particular pond is actually a Blue Hole, over 400 feet deep. Jonathan explores the depths
of this Blue Hole and finds some fascinating biological processes going in the depths. Segment 3: Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins. Off of the Big
Island of Hawaii, Jonathan cavorts with a pod of playful Spinner dolphins and learns how they hunt at night and sleep during the day by shutting
off half their brains at a time!
03:00p
American Woodshop
Bracket Clock + Finishing Solutions
Master your woodworking, finishing & repair techniques!
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Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
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Media Center
The final project of Season 3 takes on Olympic proportions when Tommy visits the home of Jim Craig, legendary hockey goalie, to create a
Media Center, fit for a gold medal. Flat screen TV's tend to be a focal point in a room, but this Walnut Media Center allows the Craigs to highlight
a few other prized possessions. Don't be scared by its size, this project breaks down to move from shop to home.
04:00p
Feel Grand with Jane Seymour
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Healing Quest
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Inner World with Michele Bernhardt: Emdr Therapy
It's so effective in treating trauma that it's recommended by the American Psychiatric Association, the Defense Department and the World Health
Organization. It's called Eye Movement Desensitization Reprogramming and Michele visits with its creator, Francine Shapiro, to help us
understand how it works and why it works so well. What Makes Your Heart Sing? - Gary Malkin and Bruce Cryer are world-class musicians and
entrepreneurs who've embarked on an ambitious national effort. Their goal is to help all of us bring more joy into our lives. Healing Moment: Fall
Colors - Relax with the unforgettable nature footage of acclaimed cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg.
05:00p
Start Up
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The Salad of John and Yoko
Gary and the crew travel to Cleveland, to chat with Vince, who opened "Gotta Groove Records," a one-shop-shop vinyl production factory. Then
they head to Detroit to meet with Suzanna of Simply Suzanna, a natural food company that offers a medley of sweet and savory granola treats.
And last, they swing by Washington, DC, to meet with speak with Noah, who created "Feastly," a networking site that's uniting foodies across the
world.
05:30p
Well Read
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Amy Tan, The Valley of Amazemen
Another stirring novel about mother-daughter relationships from the author of "The Joy Luck Club."
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California's Gold
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Vincent Price Art Museum
Huell tours the Vincent Price Art Museum, which opened in May 2011 at East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park. The museum contains
9,000 items, many of which were donated by the late actor. Victoria Price leads the tour of her father's vast collection of fine art and shows why
this gallery is one of Los Angeles's best kept secrets. We also look back at Huell's original 1989 'Videolog' interview with Vincent Price himself.
06:30p
In The Americas with David Yetman
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Pernambuco: Brazil's Other Carnival
The megapolis of Recife, Brazil's fifth largest city, lies within the state of Pernambuco. Recife's carnival, along with celebrations in its colonial
suburb Olinda and in the cities of Bezerros and Nazarene da Mata, features a flamboyant, joyous, boisterous week of elaborate parades, dances
and costumes.
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08:00p
Perfect Balance
A PERFECT BALANCE goes backstage for a revealing look inside the world of ballet. Through interviews, some of the world's greatest dancers
describe the commitment and discipline required for a life in professional ballet. Their stories provide a rarely seen glimpse into the lives of some
of today's most gifted and accomplished dancers and shed light on the creative process. The program, filmed over five years of Evening With the
Stars Gala Performances in Indianapolis, captures principal dancers from the American Ballet Theatre, Berlin Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, New York City
Ballet and San Francisco Ballet rehearsing and performing their signature works in a wide array of styles.
09:00p
Twisted Tales of Poe: Theater of the Mind
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The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontilado, and the Raven
The one-hour program presents three of Edgar Allan Poe's tales: "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Cask of Amontillado," and "The Raven."
10:00p
Editor and the Dragon: Horace Carter Fights The Klan
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Narrated by Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman, THE EDITOR AND THE DRAGON tells the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning publisher Horace
Carter (1921-2009) and his bold reporting on the Ku Klux Klan in the pre-Civil Rights era. Carter, the 29-year-old editor of the weekly Tabor City
Tribune, stood against the Klan and risking life, livelihood, friendships and his family's safety to protest the Klan's racist rhetoric and vigilantism.
His courageous reports and the unwavering integrity of his weekly editorials helped lead to the first FBI investigation of the Klan during that era,
and to the arrest and conviction of nearly 100 Klansmen. Archival footage and interviews with Carter, his family, Tabor City (North Carolina)
residents, journalists and historians help piece together this dark chapter in American history.
11:00p
Mark Russell's America
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N/A
#0
For three decades, humorist Mark Russell shared his insights on politics and society with public television audiences nationwide. A master of
pointed one-liners and sharp-witted piano parodies, Russell remained an equal-opportunity quipster, lampooning events and newsmakers from all
political persuasions. A newly produced retrospective, MARK RUSSELL'S AMERICA, pays tribute to his talent and legacy of laughter. The
documentary features clips from some of Russell's more than 100 public television specials (1975-2004). Presidential campaigns, congressional
antics and defining moments from the Iran-Contra affair, the first Gulf War and the Monica Lewinski scandal provide ample comedic fodder for his
poetic satire. Russell, in a present-day interview, provides context for his most memorable moments and offers humorous reminisces.
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01:00a
Perfect Balance
A PERFECT BALANCE goes backstage for a revealing look inside the world of ballet. Through interviews, some of the world's greatest dancers
describe the commitment and discipline required for a life in professional ballet. Their stories provide a rarely seen glimpse into the lives of some
of today's most gifted and accomplished dancers and shed light on the creative process. The program, filmed over five years of Evening With the
Stars Gala Performances in Indianapolis, captures principal dancers from the American Ballet Theatre, Berlin Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, New York City
Ballet and San Francisco Ballet rehearsing and performing their signature works in a wide array of styles.
02:00a
Twisted Tales of Poe: Theater of the Mind
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontilado, and the Raven
The one-hour program presents three of Edgar Allan Poe's tales: "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Cask of Amontillado," and "The Raven."
03:00a
Editor and the Dragon: Horace Carter Fights The Klan
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#101
#0
Narrated by Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman, THE EDITOR AND THE DRAGON tells the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning publisher Horace
Carter (1921-2009) and his bold reporting on the Ku Klux Klan in the pre-Civil Rights era. Carter, the 29-year-old editor of the weekly Tabor City
Tribune, stood against the Klan and risking life, livelihood, friendships and his family's safety to protest the Klan's racist rhetoric and vigilantism.
His courageous reports and the unwavering integrity of his weekly editorials helped lead to the first FBI investigation of the Klan during that era,
and to the arrest and conviction of nearly 100 Klansmen. Archival footage and interviews with Carter, his family, Tabor City (North Carolina)
residents, journalists and historians help piece together this dark chapter in American history.
04:00a
Mark Russell's America
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
For three decades, humorist Mark Russell shared his insights on politics and society with public television audiences nationwide. A master of
pointed one-liners and sharp-witted piano parodies, Russell remained an equal-opportunity quipster, lampooning events and newsmakers from all
political persuasions. A newly produced retrospective, MARK RUSSELL'S AMERICA, pays tribute to his talent and legacy of laughter. The
documentary features clips from some of Russell's more than 100 public television specials (1975-2004). Presidential campaigns, congressional
antics and defining moments from the Iran-Contra affair, the first Gulf War and the Monica Lewinski scandal provide ample comedic fodder for his
poetic satire. Russell, in a present-day interview, provides context for his most memorable moments and offers humorous reminisces.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
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Resilient America: The Origins of Our Polarized Politics
Presidential historian Michael Nelson discusses the origins of today's partisan polarization in Washington in the watershed presidential election of
1968. A look at how urban riots, the Tet offensive in Vietnam, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, the politics of
outrage and race--all reordered America's political and social systems.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
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Zula Patrol
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Blub-Glub/Power Flower
BLUBGLUB: Dark Truder returns to his roots by starting small to jumpstart his career in villainy. He pretends to be the mascot of a water theme
park, which he ruins when he replaces the water with a gooey substance called Blub-Glub. Thankfully, the Zula Patrollers happen to be enjoying
the park at the time, and they use their knowledge of water to put an end to Truder's scheme, and save the water supply on Zula. Our heroes
learn not to take something as wonderful and as necessary as water, for granted. POWER FLOWER: When Zeeter finds a lone flower on a
previously unexplored island on Zula, she wants to save it by bringing it home. But when she accidentally leaves the lid off of its contained
environment, the flower must venture out for water. However in its new environment, the flower automatically clones when it's fully hydrated. It
isn't long before The Zula Patrol has more flowers than they ever imagined, and the water cycle, indeed, all life on the planet, is at risk.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
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Mixed Up Violins
A bishop asks the Mozart family, now on a concert tour, to take a valuable violin to Munich as a present for the prince-elector. As always, Devilius
wants to get the Mozarts into trouble, so he replaces the valuable violin with a worthless old fiddle. He hopes to make it look like the Mozarts sold
the valuable violin in order to make money. Then, Devilius will simply hand over the real violin and receive generous praise. In the end, Amadeus'
musical genius takes center stage and thwarts Devilius' plans. The Music: "Violin Concerto in G" K. 216; "Divertimento in F" K. 138; "Violin
Concerto in B" K. 207; et al. Additional Content: Monti explains violins' place among the string instruments or "strings." Then, he demonstrates the
different sizes of a viola, a violin, a cello and a contrabass (double bass) and viewers hear the sounds they make.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Arthritis Relief
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Sit and Be Fit
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All Systems Go!
This program incorporates exercises for the brain and several body systems including vestibular and lymphatic.
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09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Firm & Strengthen Your Butt
10:00a
10:30a
Sew It All
Boy's Toys, Angela Yosten
Sew a messenger bag for schoolbooks.
NETA
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Knitting Daily
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Shape Up!
Shape-up with fun, knitted shape-influenced stitches and more. Eunny begins this episode with a how-to lesson on infinite, or endless loop cable
knitting. This fun technique is not only easy, but you'll turn inquisitive heads and have people asking "how'd you do that?" Then, on the
Accessorize Me segment, knitwear designer Kristen TenDyke is back with her Chevron market bag. This bag is not only useful but has a fun
chevron stitch pattern that is easy to master. On Yarn Spotlight, Eunny joins Clara to talk about alpaca yarns and alpaca blended yarns and their
benefits. Finally, Eunny wraps up this season of Knitting Daily with one more quick tip on understanding "no stitch" boxes knitters see on various
charts with an abundance of projects.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
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Ralli Pop
This quilt features small applique blocks and was inspired by a quilt created by women in Pakistan. Mary and Marianne will present techniques for
needle-turn applique. They will also cover the steps of raw-edge machine applique.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
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Cook's Country
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Comfort Food Classics
Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top
picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken.
01:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
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Naturally Vegetarian Mexican
Forget soy and tofu; these are authentic Mexican recipes where produce, fruits and vegetables are naturally the stars. Zucchini Soup with Tortilla
Crisps; Cactus Paddle Tostadas; Fluffy Plantain and Pecan Bread.
02:00p
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
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Primal Grill
Think back. Way back. To that momentous occasion more than a million years ago, when our prehistoric ancestors learned how to master fireand cook. This show focuses on some of the world's most primal grilling. Mussels grilled on a bed of flaming pine needles, as they do on the west
coast of France. Salmon roasted on redwood sticks in front of an open fire in the style of the Yurok Indians of northern California. T-bone steaks
grilled directly on the embers, and fire-grilled Garlic Bread. Awaken your inner caveman. It's primal grilling on Primal Grill. Mussels on Pine
Needles; Salmon on a Stick; Caveman T-Bones with Garlic and Peppers; Fire-Grilled Garlic Bread.
02:30p
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food
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Modern Eats to Traditional Treats
Kevin starts with a lobster dish served with a mustard cream sauce and seared fillet of beef and blue cheese salad. Next, potato with a pie crust a completely different way of serving Ireland's national vegetable. Then a quick and simple Waldorf salad. Finally, Kevin shares his mom's recipe
for traditional apple pie.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
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Using Jigs for Wire Forming
Brenda Schweder is an expert on using jigs for forming wire. She demonstrates how to use a jig, plus new ways to create buckle findings. Katie's
Beading Lesson is a stylish color block necklace.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
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Seashells
Create mouthwatering dishes from the sea. Katie ventures into new waters with roasted shellfish, a tangy swordfish dish and an easy-to-make
watermelon salad. Projects: seashell art and sand pots.
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Biz Kid$
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Escape The Box
What do you do when opportunity knocks? Learn how to recognize and act on new opportunities in your life and to be creative in problem solving.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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Crafty Creatures
Make some crafty creatures: a sock arm- puppet, bugs and butterflies from balloon ends, a long legged bear and a sock bird.
DVI
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P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
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Nature for the Soul
P. Allen Smith visits The Bell Garden Community Garden in St. Louis, Missouri, where a unique garden therapy program has made a difference in
people's lives. Plus, Allen takes a bike ride to explore the beautiful colors of the autumn, and we visit the water garden at Powell Gardens in
Kansas City, Missouri. Children from the Access School Kids program are welcomed to pick daffodils at Moss Mountain Farm, and Allen connects
with the Adopt a Cat Program at the local Humane Society. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
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Gardening in the Hood; Organic Gardening In An Urban World: Atlanta, Ga
Working under the shadows of the downtown skyscrapers of Atlanta, a group lead by urban farmer Rashid Nuri have transformed an urban
housing project into an urban oasis right in the middle of the city. The Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture has become a model
for local sustainable food systems across the country. They not only grow certified food at five farm sites within the city, but also teach people
how to grow food themselves. They are working to protect the environment, provide quality organic produce and grow community at the same
time.
06:00p
Journal
06:30p
Focus On Europe
07:00p
Newsline
07:30p
Euromaxx
08:00p
Music Seen
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Experience musical gymnastics for the body and soul with Rattlemouth and the ambient grooves of ILAD.
09:00p
Backstage Pass
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Orrick Ewing
Crunching funk and smooth jazz from Lansing bassist and band leader Orrick Ewing. Ewing has accumulated an impressive list of accolades to
his resume since his musical career began as a child in a local gospel group. His incredible talent on the bass guitar, and gift for fusing a variety
of music styles has taken him far. Ewing is in the Gospel Hall of Fame.
10:00p
Who Killed Chea Vichea?
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Chea Vichea served as president of Cambodia's garment workers' union until he was gunned down on the street in 2004. Filmed over four years,
Who Killed Chea Vichea? explores the possible motives for this popular leader's assassination and unravels a police plot that framed two men,
who were sentenced to 20 years for a crime committed by others.
11:00p
Simple Piece of Paper
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What happens when a state allows adopted citizens to have their original birth certificates? In 2011, Illinois became the largest state in the Union
to reverse sealed records laws, providing adult adoptees access to the document recording their birth. 'A Simple Piece of Paper' tells the story of
over a dozen adoptees, as they open their records. Their collective experiences provoke a new question: what would have happened if the
records had been opened sooner?
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Tue, Jan 13, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
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N/A
#5206
12:30a
Euromaxx
WNVT
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N/A
#1101
01:00a
Music Seen
APT
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N/A
#213
Experience musical gymnastics for the body and soul with Rattlemouth and the ambient grooves of ILAD.
02:00a
Backstage Pass
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N/A #304
Orrick Ewing
Crunching funk and smooth jazz from Lansing bassist and band leader Orrick Ewing. Ewing has accumulated an impressive list of accolades to
his resume since his musical career began as a child in a local gospel group. His incredible talent on the bass guitar, and gift for fusing a variety
of music styles has taken him far. Ewing is in the Gospel Hall of Fame.
03:00a
Who Killed Chea Vichea?
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N/A
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Chea Vichea served as president of Cambodia's garment workers' union until he was gunned down on the street in 2004. Filmed over four years,
Who Killed Chea Vichea? explores the possible motives for this popular leader's assassination and unravels a police plot that framed two men,
who were sentenced to 20 years for a crime committed by others.
04:00a
Simple Piece of Paper
NETA
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DVI
#0
What happens when a state allows adopted citizens to have their original birth certificates? In 2011, Illinois became the largest state in the Union
to reverse sealed records laws, providing adult adoptees access to the document recording their birth. 'A Simple Piece of Paper' tells the story of
over a dozen adoptees, as they open their records. Their collective experiences provoke a new question: what would have happened if the
records had been opened sooner?
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
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N/A #2410
Chasing Shadows: The Nixon Tapes, The Chennault Affair, and the Origins of
KEN HUGHES discusses his new book, Chasing Shadows: The Nixon Tapes, the Chennault Affair, and the Origins of Watergate, and the
anniversary of President Nixon's resignation. Using Nixon and Johnson tapes to explore Nixon's secret interference in Vietnam peace talks during
the 1968 election, Hughes sheds new light on the break-in at the Watergate complex, the cover-up that followed, and the political shockwave that
reverberates to this day.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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DVI #301
Larva Or Leave Me/Egg Hunt
LARVA OR LEAVE ME - Skip needs the help of The Zula Patrol to find his best friend, Wriggly. On their search, they find out the missing worm
isn't a worm at all but a beautiful butterfly. They finally locate her just as she emerges from the chrysalis in her new form. Through their search
mission, The Zula Patrol learns about the life cycles of different creatures and about a stage of growth called metamorphosis. Now that she's
been found, Wriggly worries that Skip won't like her anymore because she's different. Nonsense! Change is a part of life. EGG HUNT - Deliria
hatches an evil plan to steal all of the frogs and their eggs on Zula and use them in her quest to takeover the planet. Wizzy and Wigg catch wind
of her scheme and come up with their own plan to stop her. Along the way they discover that the eggs hatch into tadpoles and then grow into
frogs through metamorphosis. It's up to Zula to find the stolen eggs and frogs and return them to the planet for the good of all.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
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DVI #107
Rumors
Devilius maliciously spreads the rumor that all of Amadeus' compositions were written by his father, Leopold Mozart. As a result, the Bishop
organizes a competition in which Amadeus must compete against Devilius. An herbalist mixes a special ink for Devilius that makes Amadeus'
composition disappear. Can Amadeus uncover Devilius' terrible plot before time runs out? The Music: "Serenade in G" ("A Little Serenade") K.
525; Aria of the "Koenigin der Nacht" from "The Magic Flute" K. 620; "Clarinet Concerto in A" K. 622; et al. Additional Content: Monti shows a
collection of backgrounds and scenes from the series that correspond to actual places in Salzburg, Mozart's hometown. Monti uses these scenes
on the Web site to create an historic city video, set to the series' theme music.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Anti Aging
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Balance & Strength
NETA
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N/A
#106
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DVI
#805
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 49 of 119
Tue, Jan 13, 2015
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10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Faux Fur Fun, Cheryl Zuczek
Learn the ins and outs of working with faux fur.
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AS2 Episode
NETA
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N/A
#1001
NETA
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N/A
#513
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
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N/A #1001
Back to Basics
On this first episode we're back to basics with a getting started segment on reading a pattern. Then, Kristin begins the first knitalong with the
Agua Rios vest, a pattern for all ages. She'll begin with a tutorial on working from the top down and set you up with the cast-on for this vest and
quick tips for stitch marker placement. Then, on yarn spotlight Clara Parkes takes a look at yarns close to home with American yarns. Finally, we
wrap up this first episode with quick tips for starting and stopping a garment mid-stream, and how to resume knitting when you're ready to return
to the garment.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
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N/A #2408
Choosing Thread
Deciding which thread is best for the job can be a bit daunting. Mary Fons and guest, Sara Gallegos, discuss the things to consider the next time
you find yourself selecting just the right thread for your current project.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
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N/A
#4122
01:00p
Christina Cooks
APTEX
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N/A #614
Homestyle Desserts
Cookies, cobblers, puddings and galettes are homey, cozy desserts that make everyone feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Easy to make, delicious
to eat and oh, so comforting. Join Christina for this sweet show.
01:30p
New Scandinavian Cooking
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N/A #408
The Smokehouse
In this episode, Andreas visits the smokehouses of Western Norway. Andreas combines salted and smoked lamb with three different, freshtasting dips. For an appetizer, he makes a quick-cured lamb and trout with smoked apple. For the main course, Andreas does his take on a
traditional honey-glazed lamb served with a crisp cabbage salad and vanilla-infused rutabaga puree.
02:00p
Taste of History
NETA
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N/A #501
Engineering A Revolution
Chef Walter Staib cooks favorite European specialities: Hungarian Goulash, Cabbage Potato Stew with Kielbasa and Strawberry Tarte in honor of
Polish hero, Thaddeus Kosciuszko, the 'architect' of West Point.
02:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
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DVI #206
Fonda Favorites
These home-style dishes are a staple at the small restaurants known as "fondas" in Mexico - and delicious inspiration for busy cooks in American
homes today. Make them once, and they'll become a simple but special treat in your own kitchen. Meatballs in Chipotle Sauce (Albondigas);
White Rice and Fried Plantains; Tres Leches Cake.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
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N/A #2003
Torch-Fired Enameling
Metal artist Mary Hettmansperger demonstrates torch-fired enameling and how to create three dimensional surfaces. She also shares tips for
cutting metal. Then, enjoy an online visit with author and teacher Kate Richbourg from her studio with advice for caring for and cleaning your
tools.
03:30p
Katie Brown Workshop
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DVI #411
Veggies
Vegetables take center stage as Katie cooks up cauliflower steaks and roasted root veggies. Then, Katie uses veggies in unexpected ways to
create a chic etched mirror and a beautiful veggie bouquet.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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N/A #401
A World Without Taxes
Explore how taxes impact your life. Find out about the importance of federal, state, and local taxes and learn what they pay for. Meet young
business owners who sell lacrosse socks and others who serve as swimming instructors and hear how they handle taxes.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 50 of 119
Tue, Jan 13, 2015
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04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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DVI #1502
Unusual Holidays
Celebrate unusual holidays on Hands On. Make a non edible pretzel ornament for National Pretzel Day, a miniature Japanese doll for National
Doll Festival Day, a felt ice cream ornament for National Ice Cream Day and a cool picture to hang on the wall for National Popcorn Day.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
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N/A #1209
Garden & Home Alternatives
P. Allen Smith shares tips on do-it-yourself projects at home and in the garden using broken terra cotta saucers, how to turn bulbs into party
favors for guests, and using recycled Christmas lights and home fixtures to light a garden path. Allen showcases plants that make great screens
for unwanted views and excellent ground covers at Moss Mountain, makes a trip to a special eco garden in Kansas City, Missouri, and shares the
latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
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N/A #514
Independent Garden Centers: Austin, Tx
Local, independently owned nurseries are a vastly under utilized resource and we feature some of the many unique reasons we should support
them. They offer benefits not available at larger box stores, yet consumers don't often realize the amazing resources that these small garden
centers offer.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
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N/A
#11009
06:30p
Euromaxx
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#1101
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#5207
07:30p
Global 3000
DW
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(CC)
N/A
#702
08:00p
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
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N/A #413
The Trishas
The Trishas from Austin, Texas are an Americana band who blend country and southern soul with hints of bluegrass and laced with stunning
harmonies. On this episode, the ladies perform several songs including tracks from their latest record "High, Wide and Handsome."
08:30p
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
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N/A #713
Outlaw Gospel Featuring Darrell Scott (Americana/Outlaw Gospel)
This is a very special inside glimpse at Hippie Jack's. Sunday nights at our festival are dedicated to our family of performers. Watch as Darrell
brings down the house and the rest of the family joins in. This is exactly what Jammin at Hippie Jack's is all about.
09:00p
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
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N/A #504
Ravi Coltrane Quartet
Saxophonist Ravi Coltrane, the son of saxophonist John Coltrane and jazz pianist Alice Coltrane, covers "I'm Old Fashioned," the 1942 Jerome
Kern-Johnny Mercer song popularized by Ella Fitzgerald; his original composition, "The Change, My Girl," and "One Wheeler Will" from his
Blending Times album. This episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
10:00p
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
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N/A
#211
High School English: We'll see how teachers, including 2010 National Teacher of the Year, Sarah Brown Wessling, are working to implement the
Common Core State Standards. As students are asked to go deeper into every text they read, we'll see them dissecting, discussing, and debating
their way through complex lessons.
11:00p
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #107
Domestic Life
Features depictions of home and family from seventeenth-century Dutch painters and photographer Walker Evans, shows that objects created for
home use such as embellished leather bags crafted by the nomadic Tuareg and quilts sewn by women in Gee's Bend, Alabama -- can be as
beautiful as any painting.
11:30p
Arts In Context
NETA
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N/A #501
Rebirth
Born out of intense personal hardship, Les Rav - the classically-influenced experimental indie folk band - is the musical brainchild of Lauren
Bruno, an ethereal, infinitely positive songwriter. Beyond the music, Bruno uses Les Rav to spread and foster a message of peace, connection,
and understanding to anyone who will listen. Though diagnosed with ulcerative colitis early on in life, Bruno uses this often debilitating disease as
motivation to spread her message of hope with even more fervor and intensity. Her haunting vocals and melodies reel listeners in but it's her
overwhelming sense of hopefulness and goodness that keeps them in.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 51 of 119
Wed, Jan 14, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
12:30a
Global 3000
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AS2 Episode
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#5207
DW
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N/A
#702
01:00a
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
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N/A #413
The Trishas
The Trishas from Austin, Texas are an Americana band who blend country and southern soul with hints of bluegrass and laced with stunning
harmonies. On this episode, the ladies perform several songs including tracks from their latest record "High, Wide and Handsome."
01:30a
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #713
Outlaw Gospel Featuring Darrell Scott (Americana/Outlaw Gospel)
This is a very special inside glimpse at Hippie Jack's. Sunday nights at our festival are dedicated to our family of performers. Watch as Darrell
brings down the house and the rest of the family joins in. This is exactly what Jammin at Hippie Jack's is all about.
02:00a
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #504
Ravi Coltrane Quartet
Saxophonist Ravi Coltrane, the son of saxophonist John Coltrane and jazz pianist Alice Coltrane, covers "I'm Old Fashioned," the 1942 Jerome
Kern-Johnny Mercer song popularized by Ella Fitzgerald; his original composition, "The Change, My Girl," and "One Wheeler Will" from his
Blending Times album. This episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
03:00a
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#211
High School English: We'll see how teachers, including 2010 National Teacher of the Year, Sarah Brown Wessling, are working to implement the
Common Core State Standards. As students are asked to go deeper into every text they read, we'll see them dissecting, discussing, and debating
their way through complex lessons.
04:00a
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #107
Domestic Life
Features depictions of home and family from seventeenth-century Dutch painters and photographer Walker Evans, shows that objects created for
home use such as embellished leather bags crafted by the nomadic Tuareg and quilts sewn by women in Gee's Bend, Alabama -- can be as
beautiful as any painting.
04:30a
Arts In Context
NETA
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N/A #501
Rebirth
Born out of intense personal hardship, Les Rav - the classically-influenced experimental indie folk band - is the musical brainchild of Lauren
Bruno, an ethereal, infinitely positive songwriter. Beyond the music, Bruno uses Les Rav to spread and foster a message of peace, connection,
and understanding to anyone who will listen. Though diagnosed with ulcerative colitis early on in life, Bruno uses this often debilitating disease as
motivation to spread her message of hope with even more fervor and intensity. Her haunting vocals and melodies reel listeners in but it's her
overwhelming sense of hopefulness and goodness that keeps them in.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
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N/A #2411
Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War
JAMES RISEN discusses his new book, Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War. Revealing a litany of hidden costs in the war on terror,
Risen examines America's 13 years of militarized zealotry and fear-mongering in the name of fighting terrorism. From squandered and stolen
dollars to abuses of power, Risen chronicles the abandonment of America's cherished open society in a never-satiated search for security from
an ill-defined threat.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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N/A
#1286
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #302
Spin Control: The Venus Effect/Crater Raters: Journey to Mercury
SPIN CONTROL: THE VENUS EFFECT - Venus refuses to pose for a picture on Multo's Mega-Map of the Solar System because she feels that
she doesn't fit in with the other planets. The Zula Patrol figures out how unique Venus is, then (with some musical help from Wizzy and Wigg)
manage to convince her that having a "retrograde" rotation really rocks! CRATER RATERS: JOURNEY TO MERCURY - The Zulean Crater Rater
Society is late in arriving for Multo's luncheon and that means trouble. The Zula Patrol must race to the planet Mercury to rescue the Raters from
the clutches of Dark Truder - who wants to use their knowledge of craters to build a gigantic golf course where even HE can't miss the holes.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 52 of 119
Wed, Jan 14, 2015
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08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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DVI #108
The Bet
The Bishop would like to give Countess Kussmaul, a patron and great lover of Mozart's music, one of Amadeus' compositions as a birthday gift.
Devilius bets the Bishop that Amadeus cannot deliver a piece in such a short time. Confident of Mozart's talent as a composer, the Bishop wagers
half of his royal household. In an attempt to win the wager, Devilius and Monti the Rat devise a villainous plan. Will Mozart finish his composition
on time or will the Bishop make Devilius a wealthy man? The Music: "Violin Sonata in F" K. 376; "Horn Concerto in E Flat Major" K. 417; "Minuet"
K. 94; et al. Additional Content: In this episode, Amadeus attempts to write a new composition before nightfall. How do composers compose?
Monti shows the moment when Amadeus turns his musical idea into the principal theme of his composition. On the basis of this simple musical
piece for three instruments (piano, violin and cello), Monti explains how a composition is built, the notes of each instrument and the single
melody. Finally, viewers see and hear the complete composition played by Amadeus, Nannerl and their father Leopold.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Copd/Asthma
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Lose A Pant Size
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
A Shirr Thing, Brett Bara
Create a fun maxi dress with a simple shirring technique.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#107
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#806
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#1002
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#301
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #1002
The Sweater
Join Eunny Jang and experts Kristin Omdahl and Clara Parkes on this episode of Knitting Daily where we explore sweater construction, from the
basics of getting started, to tips to finishing your pieces with fun fringes. We begin with a sweater construction tutorial on increases and
decreases, all the basic things you'll need to know to complete a fully-fashioned sweater that fits. Then, Kristin is back with the second installment
of the vest knitalong. She explains the increases you need to know when knitting this vest pattern, and begins the armhole shaping. On yarn
spotlight, Clara and Eunny are in the knitting lab to explore wool yarns beyond the basic merino blends with long wools. What are they and where
can long wools be beneficial for your projects. Finally, we finish this episode with edgings and trims that you can add to your sweater projects to
make them stand out from the crowd.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #2409
Endless Chain
Ideas for quilts come from many places and we can honor vintage quilters by creating contemporary versions of their design. Mary Fons and Jodi
Davis will show you how a paper foundation pieced block is constructed, with great tips to create fabulous and precise angles.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4123
01:00p
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
All in the Pantry
Lidia prepares quick meals right out of the pantry-perfect when you're in a hurry (or just want to clean out your cabinets!). Learn to make hearty
Pasta and Bean Soup, flavorful Spaghetti with Quick Pantry Sauce, and a delicate spaghettini with Olive Oil and Rosemary.
01:30p
Sara's Weeknight Meals
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #401
Mexican Cocina
A salute to the big spicy flavors of the Southwest with three winning recipes: first, Sara's Duck Tacos and then Spicy Mushroom Enchiladas.
Finally, Sara makes a special trip to Charlotte, NC to cook with viewer Susie Trevisinno and to create one of her recipes, Dessert Fruit Tamales.
02:00p
Simply Ming
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #1120
Cooking at Home - Miso
On the Road in Japan, Chef Ming Tsai sees first hand how Japan's famous miso is made as he visits one of the oldest miso factories still
operating in Japan. Back in the kitchen, Ming learns miso cooking techniques from one of his college friends and her mother who share their
secrets of cooking with miso, this week on Simply Ming..
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 53 of 119
Wed, Jan 14, 2015
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02:30p
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
APT
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(CC)
N/A #403
Meatless Grilling
Sooner or later, a vegetarian will show up at your cook-out, look into your carnivorous eyes, and ask to be fed. Don't be caught flat-footed as a
host. This meatless menu preempts the politically correct and will have even the most unrepentant meat-eaters sniffing the air hungrily. First up,
flame-seared Portobello Mushrooms topped with cheese, the vegetarian equivalent of a cheeseburger. Reminiscent of a grilled steak is gingerstudded Grilled Tofu. And finally, Steven presents a smoky, revamped version of an American classic, Macaroni and Cheese with Fire-Roasted
Onions.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #2004
Stringing Projects Using Double-Drilled Beads
Author and designer Kristal Wick has some fabulous stringing projects featuring double drilled beads. She shows how to design coordinating
necklace and bracelet using double drilled beads. Kristal also has a segment discussing metal clay. Katie shows how to store and organize seed
beads.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #301
Things That Are Lacey
We all like to feel pretty and lace is one of those designs that makes everything beautiful. Stamps and punches are great tools for adding lace to
everyday items. Pillows for the couch can be stamped with lace, you can stamp a piece of fabric for a new-look to a chair, and paper can be
punched to make a delicate wreath for the door to welcome your friends.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #402
Debt: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
It's easy to spend more than you make with credit cards. Learn to avoid the pitfalls of overspending by keeping a spending journal, sticking to a
budget, and living a cash existence. Meet the owner of a carpet cleaning company and a radio DJ who have both learned how to manage debt.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI
Crafts with Personality
Discover craft ideas with personality. This show features: a paper owl, easy cartoons, a decoupage eye ball, and paint splat art.
#1503
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1210
Celebrating Summer
P. Allen Smith celebrates the summer season with a visit to the groundskeeper at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, who shows us how to
maintain a perfect lawn. Back home, Allen showcases the new summer foliage at Moss Mountain Farm, shares design tips using summer
flowering bulbs, and how to grow beautiful dahlias. On the road again, Allen visits Grant Park in Chicago, where an urban beautification program
is underway, where perfume is made from the oil of locally grown flowers. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #515
Making More Plants - How to Propagate Anything, Nc
A big part of what hooks someone on gardening is watching a plant grow from seed, or tender young transplant. Yet there's another piece to the
story of making more plants that is rarely mentioned, yet has a big impact on how they show up around the world. Plant propagation is a
technique most used by professionals, yet it's an easy technique gardeners of any level can do to grow more plants for themselves and others. In
this episode, we visit with some of the top plant propagators in the country to learn the tricks of the trade that we can easily apply at home.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11010
06:30p
Asia Insight
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#232
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5208
07:30p
Asian Voices
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#317
08:00p
Compadre Huashayo
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Inspired by the Ecuadoran huashayo, an individual appointed to hire musicians for a special celebration, Grammy-winning Western classical
composer Gabriela Frank - a member of the multicultural and genre-bending Silk Road Ensemble - decided to recreate a traditional Western
composition and use only South America's native instruments. The resulting piece, "Compadre Huashayo," is a lively and intriguing cultural blend
of tone and style. COMPADRE HUASHAYO follows the story of this custom-designed composition, which fuses stylistic traits from two different
musical traditions. Frank replaces the horn and violin sections with sampona and quena flutes, siku panpipes, guitar-like charangos and
bandolins.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 54 of 119
Wed, Jan 14, 2015
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08:30p
Pickin' & Trimmin'
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Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
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N/A
#0
At a North Carolina Barbershop, the atmosphere is laid back, the conversation free, and the music is a cut above the rest. An engaging genuine
slice of Americana.
09:00p
Mary Fahl Live In Concert
EPS
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(CC)
N/A
#0
Singer-songwriter Mary Fahl first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s folk-rock/adult alternative group, October
Project. As a solo artist, her musical inspirations have expanded to include classical, medieval and world music. Her expressive, transcendent
vocal-instrument has been called "a voice for the gods" (Boston Globe), "a powerful, beautifully proportioned contralto" (Variety), "soulpermeating" (Portland Press), and "supernatural" (author Anne Rice).
10:00p
Real Rail Adventures: Switzerland
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
REAL RAIL ADVENTURES: SWITZERLAND showcases the construction marvels and visual splendors of the Swiss rail system, where majesty
and machine meet. From world-class mainlines and stunning scenic routes to pioneering steam locomotives and historic cog trains, REAL RAIL
ADVENTURES celebrates the triumphs of Swiss engineering and ingenuity. Engineers overcame the country's numerous natural obstacles soaring peaks, plunging valleys and craggy terrain - by building impressive (and improbable) trestles, bridges and tunnels. Host Jeff Wilson, a
regular on several home-improvement series, stops in Swiss cities and towns along the way to take in the sights, learn about local history and
traditions, and share up-to-date travel advice to help viewers create authentic, memorable rail adventures of their own.
11:00p
Dreamland
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
California attracts visionaries from all walks of life. In DREAMLAND, a dozen documentary film crews scattered across the Golden State
simultaneously capture the same day - from dawn to dusk - and follow a remarkable ensemble of entrepreneurs, daredevils, entertainers,
scientists, politicians, chefs and technologists pushing the bounds of the possible and and making their dreams a reality. The film profiles worldclass rock-climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson, singer-songwriter Liz Phair, botanist Steve Sillett and Academy Award-winning special
effects designer Bran Ferren, each of whom embodies California's adventurous and innovative spirit.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 55 of 119
Thu, Jan 15, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5208
12:30a
Asian Voices
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#318
01:00a
Compadre Huashayo
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Inspired by the Ecuadoran huashayo, an individual appointed to hire musicians for a special celebration, Grammy-winning Western classical
composer Gabriela Frank - a member of the multicultural and genre-bending Silk Road Ensemble - decided to recreate a traditional Western
composition and use only South America's native instruments. The resulting piece, "Compadre Huashayo," is a lively and intriguing cultural blend
of tone and style. COMPADRE HUASHAYO follows the story of this custom-designed composition, which fuses stylistic traits from two different
musical traditions. Frank replaces the horn and violin sections with sampona and quena flutes, siku panpipes, guitar-like charangos and
bandolins.
01:30a
Pickin' & Trimmin'
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
At a North Carolina Barbershop, the atmosphere is laid back, the conversation free, and the music is a cut above the rest. An engaging genuine
slice of Americana.
02:00a
Mary Fahl Live In Concert
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Singer-songwriter Mary Fahl first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s folk-rock/adult alternative group, October
Project. As a solo artist, her musical inspirations have expanded to include classical, medieval and world music. Her expressive, transcendent
vocal-instrument has been called "a voice for the gods" (Boston Globe), "a powerful, beautifully proportioned contralto" (Variety), "soulpermeating" (Portland Press), and "supernatural" (author Anne Rice).
03:00a
Real Rail Adventures: Switzerland
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
REAL RAIL ADVENTURES: SWITZERLAND showcases the construction marvels and visual splendors of the Swiss rail system, where majesty
and machine meet. From world-class mainlines and stunning scenic routes to pioneering steam locomotives and historic cog trains, REAL RAIL
ADVENTURES celebrates the triumphs of Swiss engineering and ingenuity. Engineers overcame the country's numerous natural obstacles soaring peaks, plunging valleys and craggy terrain - by building impressive (and improbable) trestles, bridges and tunnels. Host Jeff Wilson, a
regular on several home-improvement series, stops in Swiss cities and towns along the way to take in the sights, learn about local history and
traditions, and share up-to-date travel advice to help viewers create authentic, memorable rail adventures of their own.
04:00a
Dreamland
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
California attracts visionaries from all walks of life. In DREAMLAND, a dozen documentary film crews scattered across the Golden State
simultaneously capture the same day - from dawn to dusk - and follow a remarkable ensemble of entrepreneurs, daredevils, entertainers,
scientists, politicians, chefs and technologists pushing the bounds of the possible and and making their dreams a reality. The film profiles worldclass rock-climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson, singer-songwriter Liz Phair, botanist Steve Sillett and Academy Award-winning special
effects designer Bran Ferren, each of whom embodies California's adventurous and innovative spirit.
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2412
Peril, Private Security, and What Happened In Benghazi
MITCH ZUCKOFF, discusses his New York Times No.1 Bestselling Book 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi,
the first non-partisan account of the events of September 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the U.S. State Department Special Mission
Compound and a nearby CIA station called the Annex in Benghazi, Libya. Written with cooperation from the private security team assigned to
protect the ambassador. Joining the conversation is former Wall Street Journal reporter ANN HAGEDORN whose new book The Invisible
Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security explores the risks of outsourcing to foreign security to private military and security companies.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1287
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #303
Hey Kids, Amazing Space Monkeys!/The Blorp
HEY KIDS, AMAZING SPACE MONKEYS! - Wizzy and Wigg send away for their very own LIVE SPACE MONKEYS. When they add the freezedried Space Monkey eggs to water they spring to life. But at night, the Space Monkeys sneak out of their tank, take apart Zula Patrol
headquarters and everything in it, roll it all up into a giant mixture, and make off with it. The ZPers have to chase down the aqua-primates and get
the mischievous pets to reassemble the pieces to restore HQ. THE BLORP - When Deliria gets her hands on some solid Smellanium and liquid
Stenchide she ends up creating a monster concoction she calls "The Blorp." But before long, "The Blorp" takes off on a path of destruction. The
Zula Patrol can't figure what the blobish thing is or how to stop it as it almost wipes out their Headquarters and the city of Zulopolis. Wizzy and
Wigg finally realize they must separate the solutions that make "The Blorp" tick to stop it in its tracks.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 56 of 119
Thu, Jan 15, 2015
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AS2 Episode
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #109
Mysterious Drink
The Bishop wants to hold a music competition between the cities of Linz and Salzburg. To prevent another brilliant success by Amadeus, Devilius
obtains a strong sleeping potion, which should knock out Amadeus at the appropriate time. Devilius will then appear as the "black violinist" and
claim victory for himself. To make matters worse, Amadeus' father, Leopold, took Amadeus' violin to a pawnbroker because he desperately needs
money. Can Amadeus shine without his violin? Will the sleeping potion work? Or, will Devilius once again leave the concert hall as the loser? The
Music: "Divertimento in B Major" K. 137; "Violin Sonata in A" K. 305; "12 Variations for Violin and Piano in G" K. 359; et al. Additional Content:
This episode describes the different violins of the world-renowned violin maker Stradivari, including an old and expensive Stradivarius, and
explains how instruments differ from each other by listening to diverse violins.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Better Balance with the Ball
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Elongating Your Muscles
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Material World, Josephine Kimberling
Explore the world of fabric design from an artist's perspective.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#108
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#807
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1003
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#302
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1003
Lace for All Seasons
On this episode of Knitting Daily, we study lace designs for all seasons. We begin with a primer on fancy increases and decreases for lace
designs. Then, expert Kristin Omdahl is back with the third installment of the vest knitalong, with the lower lace section and a tutorial on knitting
lace on flat swatches for the vest's edging. On this episode's yarn spotlight, expert Clara Parkes and Eunny talk hand dyed vs. painted vs. kettledyed yarns. What's the difference, and what type of hand dyed yarn is best for your project? Finally, we wrap up this episode with a quick tip for
basic blocking for designs that incorporate lace.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2410
Ohio Star
This zigzag set quilt features Ohio Star blocks created as part of a block exchange. This is a great way to make a scrappy style quilt and have fun
sharing your stash with quilt friends. Mary Fons and Liz Porter will show you how to over-size the hourglass unit in this block design to increase
the accuracy of your piecing.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4124
01:00p
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Soul Food
Host Rachel Allen prepares her ideal comfort foods: Italian baked pancakes, chickpea and chorizo soup, and white chocolate and raspberry
brownies.
01:30p
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
Michael Cimarusti, Day Boat Halibut
Nick Stellino prepares Veal Chops with Garlic Lemon and Honey Sauce and Broiled Asparagus & Roasted Butternut Squash. Chef Stellino is
then joined by Michael Cimarusti from Providence in Los Angeles who demonstrates Day Boat Halibut with Yukon Potatoes and Chive Blossoms.
02:00p
The Jazzy Vegetarian
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #301
A Taste of Italy
Host Laura Theodore prepares a classic Italian-American inspired menu featuring authentic tasting "Spaghetti and Wheatballs." On the side, eggfree "Caesar Salad with Cashew Parmesan" adds a timeless flair. For dessert, delicious "Pear, Apple and Walnut Crostata" finishes the meal with
gusto.
02:30p
Essential Pepin
APTEX
Sweets for My Sweet
Tartelettes Aux Fruit Panaches; Tarte Tatin; Meme's Apple Tart; Individual Chocolate And Nut Pies.
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#103
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 57 of 119
Thu, Jan 15, 2015
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AS2 Episode
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2005
Get Creative with Resin and Wire
Mixed media artist Susan Lenart Kazmer demonstrates making faux stones with glass glitter, inclusions and resin, and then she shows cold
surface work to mimic enameling on metal. Today's Beading Lesson is on knotting with leather.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
Things That Make The Perfect Party
Hostessing a party is an honor. It presents an opportunity to gather with your friends and share some time together. Planning the perfect party
starts with a theme and your guest list. Always start with shopping and look for items that you can handcraft to bring a party to life. A pad of paper
can be the inspiration for handmade invitations, placemats, name tags, and a unique cake topper to send happy wishes.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #403
Your First Big Purchase
You'll want to understand the important steps to take before your first big purchase, whether you're buying the latest computer, a new smart
phone, or a car. You will learn about budgeting, researching, negotiating, and more. Find out how a teen photographer upgraded his camera and
a 15-year-old aviator purchased an old airplane!
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1504
Creative Costumes
It's time for a little dress up and pretend, with wands for wizards and princesses, a pirate themed necklace, animal ears, tails and masks, and a
segment demonstrated how to decorate shoes and boots.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1211
Autumns Allure
P. Allen Smith visits Arkansas' newest cultural addition, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art where he gets a tour of the beautiful
landscape surrounding the museum. While in Northwest Arkansas, Allen also learns about innovative environmental efforts to maintain quality
landscapes. At Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia, the home of Thomas Jefferson, Allen talks to the Director of Landscaping about the massive
orchard. Back at Moss Mountain Farm Allen shares tips about maintaining Keiffer Pear Trees and planting marigolds, and uses chicken wire to
make Ghost Maiden Dresses for Halloween. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #516
Polyface Farms
Polyface Farms is everything that industrialized farming is not. Here's an in depth look at how they are able to grow produce and raise food (beef,
chickens, pigs, and turkeys) while stewarding the land at the same time.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11011
06:30p
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1129
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5209
07:30p
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#541
08:00p
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1209
Dale Ann Bradley
Five-time IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Dale Ann Bradley performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
09:00p
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #601
Mumford & Sons
The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford &
Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, Babel, along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford &
Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the
classic, multi-platinum debut Sigh No More.
10:00p
Bloom
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
The Plight of Lake Champlain
This introductory episode exposes the declining health of the 6th largest lake in the United States, and the future of the watershed communities of
Vermont, New York and Quebec. The blue-green algae blooms overrunning Lake Champlain, and other lakes around the country are the most
visible symptom of ecosystems in decline, and the end-point of a failing dairy industry, ill-planned development, and aging wastewater treatment
systems. Citizens express their anger surrounding this persistent problem, and solutions are introduced
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 58 of 119
Thu, Jan 15, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
10:30p
Hawaii: Roots of Fire
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
HAWAII: ROOTS OF FIRE goes down below the Hawaiian Islands in a search for the hidden forces that drive the planet's largest and most active
volcanic system. The film follows earth scientists as they work among the volcanoes of the Big Island of Hawaii, pursuing clues and compiling
evidence in a quest to shed new light on the mysterious inner Earth process that has been producing giant volcanoes in the middle of the Pacific
Ocean for more than 75 million years. Scientists have long been puzzled over the source of the huge quantities of lava erupting out of Hawaii's
massive volcanoes. Does the lava come from just below the Earth's crust? Or does it come from much deeper, perhaps even as far down as the
Earth's core, some 1,800 miles below the surface? The film focuses on an international team of scientists who boldly take on these key questions
with a major drilling project into the flanks of Mauna Kea, Hawaii's tallest volcano. As their work progresses, another group of scientists embarks
on a huge seismic study that deploys instruments on the islands and the seafloor surrounding them. After years of painstaking research, startling
new discoveries are made. Not only do the scientists determine where the lava is coming from, but they solve other long-standing mysteries
about the workings of Hawaii's magnificent volcanoes.
11:00p
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #102
Libraries
Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA by OMA/REX (NYC); South Mountain Community Library, Phoenix, Arizona by Richard+Bauer (Phoenix);
Hunt Library in Raleigh, NC by Snohetta (New York).
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 59 of 119
Fri, Jan 16, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5209
12:30a
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#541
01:00a
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1209
Dale Ann Bradley
Five-time IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Dale Ann Bradley performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
02:00a
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #601
Mumford & Sons
The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford &
Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, Babel, along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford &
Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the
classic, multi-platinum debut Sigh No More.
03:00a
Bloom
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
The Plight of Lake Champlain
This introductory episode exposes the declining health of the 6th largest lake in the United States, and the future of the watershed communities of
Vermont, New York and Quebec. The blue-green algae blooms overrunning Lake Champlain, and other lakes around the country are the most
visible symptom of ecosystems in decline, and the end-point of a failing dairy industry, ill-planned development, and aging wastewater treatment
systems. Citizens express their anger surrounding this persistent problem, and solutions are introduced
03:30a
Hawaii: Roots of Fire
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
HAWAII: ROOTS OF FIRE goes down below the Hawaiian Islands in a search for the hidden forces that drive the planet's largest and most active
volcanic system. The film follows earth scientists as they work among the volcanoes of the Big Island of Hawaii, pursuing clues and compiling
evidence in a quest to shed new light on the mysterious inner Earth process that has been producing giant volcanoes in the middle of the Pacific
Ocean for more than 75 million years. Scientists have long been puzzled over the source of the huge quantities of lava erupting out of Hawaii's
massive volcanoes. Does the lava come from just below the Earth's crust? Or does it come from much deeper, perhaps even as far down as the
Earth's core, some 1,800 miles below the surface? The film focuses on an international team of scientists who boldly take on these key questions
with a major drilling project into the flanks of Mauna Kea, Hawaii's tallest volcano. As their work progresses, another group of scientists embarks
on a huge seismic study that deploys instruments on the islands and the seafloor surrounding them. After years of painstaking research, startling
new discoveries are made. Not only do the scientists determine where the lava is coming from, but they solve other long-standing mysteries
about the workings of Hawaii's magnificent volcanoes.
04:00a
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #102
Libraries
Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA by OMA/REX (NYC); South Mountain Community Library, Phoenix, Arizona by Richard+Bauer (Phoenix);
Hunt Library in Raleigh, NC by Snohetta (New York).
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2412
Peril, Private Security, and What Happened In Benghazi
MITCH ZUCKOFF, discusses his New York Times No.1 Bestselling Book 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi,
the first non-partisan account of the events of September 11, 2012, when terrorists attacked the U.S. State Department Special Mission
Compound and a nearby CIA station called the Annex in Benghazi, Libya. Written with cooperation from the private security team assigned to
protect the ambassador. Joining the conversation is former Wall Street Journal reporter ANN HAGEDORN whose new book The Invisible
Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security explores the risks of outsourcing to foreign security to private military and security companies.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1288
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #304
Vanishing Cream/There Goes The Neighborhood
VANISHING CREAM - Deliria and Cloid start a galaxy-wide "beautification" project to remove the craters from every moon, planet and asteroid.
When the planets start missing the features that make them unique, it's up to The Zula Patrol to stop Deliria before the problem gets any
crater...er, greater. THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD - Dark Truder has moved his secret hideout into The Zula Patrol's back yard... the
nearby Zula Canyon. His very presence is threatening to destroy the ecosystem. As The Zula Patrol fights to keep the destruction of the canyon
in check, Wizzy and Wigg uncover fascinating lessons about their habitat... and Dark Truder learns a lesson, too. Well, no, actually he never
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 60 of 119
Fri, Jan 16, 2015
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08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #110
The Wrong Boat
On their way to Vienna, Amadeus and his sister Nannerl follow a troupe of actors and accidentally board the wrong ship. While their parents sail
on the Danube towards Vienna, the two children enjoy their time aboard the pleasure boat. They cap off the performance of the acting troupe with
their own musical accompaniment. Along the way, they help bring peace between an angry father and his daughter and future son-in-law. But will
the Mozart siblings ever catch up with their parents' ship? The Music: "Sonata in C Major" K. 545; "Flute Quartet in D" K. 285; "Concerto for Two
Violins and Orchestra in C" K. 190; et al. Additional Content: The Mozart family travels to Vienna in this episode. When they arrive in Passau at
the river Donau, they board a ship instead of a coach. The trip from Salzburg to Vienna took several days, as traveling during that time was much
more difficult and time-consuming. Monti shows how people traveled in the past.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Better Balance
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Slenderize The Waiste & Flatten The Abs
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Simply Sashiko, Ellen Osten
Make stunning sashiko-inspired potholders.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#109
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#808
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1004
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#303
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1004
Stitch Definition
This episode of Knitting Daily looks at stitch definition and tips and tricks for knitters and crocheters. We begin with a tutorial on some unique
cast-on methods for knitting: the tubular and provisional cast-ons. Then, Kristin Omdahl joins crochet designer Robyn Chachula for crocheted
jewelry, and how to make these designs stiff enough to wear. Then, on today's yarn spotlight Clara Parkes takes a look at cotton yarns. What's
the difference between mercerized and non-mercerized cottons, and how well does a particular cotton yarn hold stitch definition for your projects?
Finally, we end today's episode with a unique quick tip for cabling without a cable needle.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2411
Zig A Zag Table Runner
Mary Fons and guest, Eleanor Burns, zip together an artistic quilt using pre-cut 2 1/2" strips or cut your own 2 1/2" strips of fabric. With fast strip
sewing, you can easily create this strong, geometric pattern that dances across your quilt.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4125
01:00p
Essential Pepin
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #105
Fine Finishes
Cheesecake With Apricot-Blueberry Sauce; Flan A La Vanille With Caramel-Cognac Sauce; Chocolate Mousse; Bread And Butter Pudding.
01:30p
Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#101
02:00p
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co. - After The Hunt
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1202
Cajun-Fried Alligator Tail/Labranche
Chef Folse entices us with a variety of tasty dishes made from the Alligator. He uses creates a sizzling hot Alligator Sauce Piquante. During a visit
to LaBranche Hunting Club, he presents a platter of golden brown perfection, Cajun-Fried Alligator, and then prepares one more tantalizing
offering - a steaming pot of zesty Alligator Chili.
02:30p
Cook's Country
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #707
Dinner from the Prairie
Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect meal for a crowd, Milk-Can supper. Then, equipment
expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for roasting pans. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make a regional recipe at
home, Dakota Bread.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2006
Beaded Embellishments for Your Home
Add a touch of glamour to your life. Laura Timmons has rings for your fingers and beaded napkin rings for your table decor. Laura also has tips
for adding crystals to fabric. Katie's Beading Lesson is on creating your own beading storage station.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 61 of 119
Fri, Jan 16, 2015
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03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
Things That Get The Point Across
Messages are shared everywhere we go ... from art in advertising to billboards and magazines ... look for fun letter fonts and words that can
combine to make home decor decorations that make a statement. Letter stickers and paint make quick and easy subway art, a simple letter can
create a functional monogram bulletin board and, believe it or not, embroidery hoops and stamps can make inexpensive wall decor that makes a
statement.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #404
What's Up with the Stock Market?
Learn the language of the stock market and how these terms apply to your life. Meet an 11-year-old who created an application for the iPhone
that helps teach other kids about the stock market.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1505
Out of This World
We're getting spacey with out of this world crafts: alien accessories, a cosmic belt and space vest, a mini space shuttle, and a glow in the dark
star mobile - all on Hands On.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1212
Getting Ready for Christmas
P. Allen Smith is gearing up for the Christmas Season with tons of fresh greenery and ways to use it inside the home, including fireplace mantles
and a children's room. Plus, he shows us how to make simple cinnamon pinecones and other fun holiday luminaries. Allen shares the latest
progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #517
Rooftop Farm, Brooklyn, Ny
Sitting high above rush hour traffic is a full production, organic farm - growing food in only 8-12 inches of soil spread across the rooftop of a New
York City building. We visit this incredible 1-acre farm and learn how they are creating a whole new model for locally grown urban food that can
be duplicated anywhere in the world.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11012
06:30p
Tomorrow: Japan Beyond 3/11
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#325
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5210
07:30p
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1102
Carol Channing
Carol Channing is truly a living legend, having starred on the Broadway stage for over 70 years and having been credited with creating such
memorable characters as Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly! But arguably the most famous and endearing
character she created was that of herself! She made a splash as Muzzy in the film "Thoroughly Modern Millie," but it was on talk shows, variety
shows and game shows where people truly got to know her bubbly personality! Now in her 90's, she is still active and vibrant, still performing, and
is heavily involved in Arts education and philanthropy. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with Golden Globe,
Grammy and three-time Tony Award winner actress Carol Channing.
08:00p
Song of the Mountains
Trey Hensley; Rebecca Frazier & Hit and Run.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#920
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Date: 11/22/2014
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09:00p
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1410
Tribute to Dr. Ralph Stanley Featuring Don Rigsby, Nathan Stanley and the Clinch
Don Rigsby has remained true to his mountain roots and made his own marks as a powerful tenor and distinctive mandolin player. He has a lifelong passion for the music of Dr. Ralph Stanley. His latest release, 'Doctor's Orders: A Tribute to Ralph Stanley', are all songs Stanley recorded
throughout his 67-year (and counting) career. Some are rare gems the Old Master seldom or never performed in his stage shows. Don is a twotime Grammy nominee and two-time winner of the SPBGMA's Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year awards. Nathan Stanley is the grandson of
Dr. Ralph Stanley, Nathan has been called the "Prince Of Bluegrass" and an heir to the Stanley Music Royalty. His new album, 'The Legacy
Continues', salutes his bluegrass forebears and introduces some newer tunes that have all the earmarks of enduring, including the heartfelt self
penned song "Papaw, I Love you". The Clinch Mountain Boys has been the name of Dr. Stanley touring band since he and his brother started
performing together as The Stanley Brothers in 1946. The band has produced some of Country and Bluegrass music's biggest stars including
Ricky Skaggs, Larry Sparks and the late Keith Whitley. The Clinch Mountain Boys will be the backup band for both Nathan and Don for this
historic WoodSongs broadcast. About Dr. Ralph Stanley: Dr. Stanley is the legendary icon, that for over 6 decades, has become one of the most
influential artists of all time. In 1946, along with his older brother Carter Stanley, they formed the legendary Stanley Brothers duo. The Stanley
Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys became one of the most popular brother acts in Country Music history. After Carter's death, Stanley
shifted the band's musical emphasis from hard-driving bluegrass to an older, sadder, less adorned mountain style. In 2002, Stanley received his
first ever Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance of the haunting rendition of "Oh Death" that was featured in the movie and
soundtrack for "O Brother Where Art Thou".
10:00p
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #208
Daddy Dearest
First Match (Columbia University) Fourteen-year-old Mo is the only girl on an all-boys wrestling team. Despite her practice and training, her first
high school wrestling match introduces a new challenge. Written and directed by Olivia Newman. Efrain (USC) Ten-year-old Efrain's father
teaches him never to steal, but the lesson comes at a price on the charged Mexican border. Directed by Matthew Breault.
10:30p
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #407
Unforgiven: Deconstructing An Anti-Western
The Clint Eastwood/David Peoples classic Unforgiven is deconstructed by Into the West's Kirk Ellis and Apaloosa's Robert Knott as they explore
its gritty action, ambiguous morality, and the tried-and-true tropes of its genre. Christian Baker's short film, The Well, follows suit, trailing a young
Civil War soldier stationed alone on the US/Mexico faced with nothing but his own demons.
11:00p
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#203
Nom Wah Tea Parlor; Guerra Paint & Pigment Corporation; Gomberg Seltzerworks; Kensington Stables.
11:30p
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #806
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Director Marianne Elliott, playwright Simon Stephens and actor Alex Sharp discuss their "thrillingly staged" (in the words of The New York Times)
adaptation of Mark Haddon's best-selling novel The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time in which Sharp plays an autistic teenage boy
struggling to solve a pair of baffling mysteries.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 63 of 119
Sat, Jan 17, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
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Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5210
12:30a
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1102
Carol Channing
Carol Channing is truly a living legend, having starred on the Broadway stage for over 70 years and having been credited with creating such
memorable characters as Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly! But arguably the most famous and endearing
character she created was that of herself! She made a splash as Muzzy in the film "Thoroughly Modern Millie," but it was on talk shows, variety
shows and game shows where people truly got to know her bubbly personality! Now in her 90's, she is still active and vibrant, still performing, and
is heavily involved in Arts education and philanthropy. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with Golden Globe,
Grammy and three-time Tony Award winner actress Carol Channing.
01:00a
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#920
Trey Hensley; Rebecca Frazier & Hit and Run.
02:00a
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1410
Tribute to Dr. Ralph Stanley Featuring Don Rigsby, Nathan Stanley and the Clinch
Don Rigsby has remained true to his mountain roots and made his own marks as a powerful tenor and distinctive mandolin player. He has a lifelong passion for the music of Dr. Ralph Stanley. His latest release, 'Doctor's Orders: A Tribute to Ralph Stanley', are all songs Stanley recorded
throughout his 67-year (and counting) career. Some are rare gems the Old Master seldom or never performed in his stage shows. Don is a twotime Grammy nominee and two-time winner of the SPBGMA's Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year awards. Nathan Stanley is the grandson of
Dr. Ralph Stanley, Nathan has been called the "Prince Of Bluegrass" and an heir to the Stanley Music Royalty. His new album, 'The Legacy
Continues', salutes his bluegrass forebears and introduces some newer tunes that have all the earmarks of enduring, including the heartfelt self
penned song "Papaw, I Love you". The Clinch Mountain Boys has been the name of Dr. Stanley touring band since he and his brother started
performing together as The Stanley Brothers in 1946. The band has produced some of Country and Bluegrass music's biggest stars including
Ricky Skaggs, Larry Sparks and the late Keith Whitley. The Clinch Mountain Boys will be the backup band for both Nathan and Don for this
historic WoodSongs broadcast. About Dr. Ralph Stanley: Dr. Stanley is the legendary icon, that for over 6 decades, has become one of the most
influential artists of all time. In 1946, along with his older brother Carter Stanley, they formed the legendary Stanley Brothers duo. The Stanley
Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys became one of the most popular brother acts in Country Music history. After Carter's death, Stanley
shifted the band's musical emphasis from hard-driving bluegrass to an older, sadder, less adorned mountain style. In 2002, Stanley received his
first ever Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance of the haunting rendition of "Oh Death" that was featured in the movie and
soundtrack for "O Brother Where Art Thou".
03:00a
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #208
Daddy Dearest
First Match (Columbia University) Fourteen-year-old Mo is the only girl on an all-boys wrestling team. Despite her practice and training, her first
high school wrestling match introduces a new challenge. Written and directed by Olivia Newman. Efrain (USC) Ten-year-old Efrain's father
teaches him never to steal, but the lesson comes at a price on the charged Mexican border. Directed by Matthew Breault.
03:30a
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #407
Unforgiven: Deconstructing An Anti-Western
The Clint Eastwood/David Peoples classic Unforgiven is deconstructed by Into the West's Kirk Ellis and Apaloosa's Robert Knott as they explore
its gritty action, ambiguous morality, and the tried-and-true tropes of its genre. Christian Baker's short film, The Well, follows suit, trailing a young
Civil War soldier stationed alone on the US/Mexico faced with nothing but his own demons.
04:00a
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#203
Nom Wah Tea Parlor; Guerra Paint & Pigment Corporation; Gomberg Seltzerworks; Kensington Stables.
04:30a
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #806
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Director Marianne Elliott, playwright Simon Stephens and actor Alex Sharp discuss their "thrillingly staged" (in the words of The New York Times)
adaptation of Mark Haddon's best-selling novel The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time in which Sharp plays an autistic teenage boy
struggling to solve a pair of baffling mysteries.
05:00a
In Good Shape
WNVC
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#138
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Healthy Body Healthy Mind
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2905
Treating Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Lymphoma is the most common blood cancer in the United States with approximately 75,000 new cases diagnosed every year. Doctors
categorize most lymphomas as either Hodgkin's or Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma-and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma-or NHL is by far the most common.
In fact, according to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is the most common cancer of the lymphatic system. And since
the early 1970's, incidence rates for NHL have nearly doubled. But Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma is not a single disease. Rather it is a group of
several closely related cancers broadly divided into two categories: B-cell Lymphoma & T-cell Lymphoma. In this program we take viewers inside
the hospital to the medical practices of two acclaimed researchers and clinicians who are fighting the NHL battle with their patients. We hear how
treatments for these diseases have changed recently-and listen as two patients detail their struggles- and their successes --as they work to gain
victory over these diseases.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1289
08:00a
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #226
Tuscan Poppies By Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
Join Gary and Kathwren on their last show of this series. Today they paint their trademark flower, the Poppy. Beautiful big poppies in colors of
Gold and Red are painted in a Brown clay pot with background colors Brown, Beige and Gold. This painting has an old world Tuscan look. Gary
and Kathwren have so much fun painting together, you will not want to miss this show.
08:30a
Art 2 Art
KCSM
(CC)
N/A
#201
09:00a
Painting with Paulson
Surging Surf Part I
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1401
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Improve Your Posture & Increase Your Energy
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#809
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1005
10:30a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Copd/Asthma
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#107
11:00a
Cooking Odyssey
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #203
Xalkidiki
Eva visits a beautiful seaside resort and a traditional village with a history that spans 28 centuries and Chef Yanni makes sea bass with
artichokes and potatoes, mushroom risotto and galaktoboureko with a twist.
11:30a
Chef Paul Prudhomme's Always Cooking!
Slow Cooking
Basile Brisket Barbecue, Western Chili, Veal Shanks with Okra and Tomato.
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#101
12:00n
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #201
Steak Night with London Broil
There is nothing better than a great piece of meat! In today's episode, Lidia takes a less expensive cut, London Broil, and marinates it to
perfection. Her menu includes a delicious Vegetable Patty served with green salad which works as an appetizer or by itself as a quick lunch;
London Broil with Sundried Tomato Marinade and one of her Grandma Rosa's favorites, Corn and Walnut Cake.
12:30p
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #205
Portland Wine Collective
On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans visits the city of Portland, Oregon that is a city any true foodie would
appreciate. Two of America's finest chefs: two time James Beard Award winning chef Gabriel Rucker and Greg Denton, whose restaurant, Ox, is
considered one of Portland's finest, join Pete on today's adventure. First stop for ingredients, the Portland Farmer's Market that is one of the most
beautiful in the country. Next, Pete, Gabe and Greg stop at Nicky USA for some amazing cuts of meat, including bison chops. Today's meal is
served at the Wine Collective in Portland. To go along with the fabulous wine, the menu includes Spiced Bison Flank Steak with Chimichurri,
Tomatoes and Cucumbers, Charred Baby Leeks with Hazelnut Romesco and a Snap Pea and Goat Cheese salad that replaces the standard
tomato with strawberries. Portland you have out done yourself!
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Date: 11/22/2014
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01:00p
Rudy Maxa's World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
Delhi & Agra, India
India is the world's "it" country. Tumultuous, colorful, and fragrant, northern India is a mosaic of urban and rural life. "You can put a camera down
almost anywhere in India and let it run for two hours," Rudy Maxa says, "and when you return, you'll have a film to rival an 'Indiana Jones' movie."
From the serene beauty of one man's love poem to a woman, the Taj Mahal, to the crowded alleys of downtown New Delhi, India is a feast for the
senses. Maxa discovers temples straight out of Disneyland and consults a street astrologer who tells him he will live a long life but his hotel room
number is not an auspicious one.
01:30p
Equitrekking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #502
Equitrekking Jordan's Deserts and Coast
Host Darley Newman travels throughout the small, Middle Eastern country of Jordan to experience culture, history and adventure. While in the
capital city of Amman, Darley's local guide Ibrahim leads to a bustling downtown market and shopping district. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes
tour, viewers learn about the history and characteristics of the Arabian breed in Darley's interview with HRH Princess Alia at the Royal Stables in
Amman. From Amman, Darley heads to the Dana Nature Reserve, where she spends the night in an eco-friendly camp before riding through the
historic stone village of Dana with a local. Next, Darley visits Madaba, a town known for its mosaics, before standing atop Mount Nebo, where
Moses saw the Holy Land. On a multi-day ride through the Wadi Rum Desert, made famous by the epic film Lawrence of Arabia, Darley learns
about Bedouin culture as she treks on horseback and camelback. The episode ends in the ancient Roman city of Jerash where Darley, dressed
in Roman garb, hops a ride on a horse-drawn chariot.
02:00p
Rick Steves' Europe
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #812
Berlin
A tumultuous 20th century left Berlin filled with powerful sights - from evocative memorials, to surviving bits of its communist and fascist days, to
its glass-domed Reichstag. We enjoy its now-trendy east side, its people-friendly riverfront, and its vibrant social scene. Reunited Berlin - perhaps
the fastest changing and most happening city in Europe - is entertaining more visitors than ever.
02:30p
Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg
ACCES
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Child Safety On Planes & Hidden Gems of Panama
Why child safety seats should be required on airplanes; Peter's "Hidden Gems" of Panama; correspondent Tracy Gallagher shows some tricks for
childproofing a hotel room.
03:00p
Garden Smart
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3701
For green grass in the spring, the lawn needs some help in the Fall. GardenSMART visits with experts who show us what they do for that perfect
lawn.
03:30p
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #312
Celebrating New Beginnings
Allen shows viewers it's never too late to eat healthy and delicious with homegrown food. He'll show us how to start tomato plants early, share
tips on growing sweet peas and prepare delicious and healthy recipes. For dessert, Allen makes super soy cookies!
04:00p
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #427
Junot Diaz
Dominican-born novelist Junot Diaz is considered one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary fiction. He is the author of the national
bestseller Drown and The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize. Diaz talks with Maria Hinojosa about his
immigrant experience, race and class in America, and how he deals with his writer's block.
04:30p
Overheard with Evan Smith
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #418
Joel Klein, Former Chancellor, New York City Department of Education
Joel Klein has been called one of the most influential people in public education. He was chancellor of New York City schools for eight years
under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He is the current CEO for Amplify, the educational division of News Corp.
05:00p
They Lived In Great Houses
KCSM
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
Uplands
Uplands profiles C. Templeton Crocker, the flamboyant grandson of an American railroad tycoon, who built a home to top all others in San
Francisco. Set within an era when marriage, money and mansions was all that mattered, Uplands explores how Crocker's Hillsboro, California
mansion was inspired by the styles of Europe's great castles. Architects, historians and librarians provide a detailed tour of the home, which now
serves as a private boarding school. The program also focuses on Crocker's varied life - from producer of silent films to Chinese operas to trips to
the Galapagos Islands to his funding the development of the California Academy of Science.
05:30p
Natural Heroes
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A #612
Return Flight: Restoring The Bald Eagle to the Channel Islands
The bald eagle was once an important avian predator in the Channel Islands, a group of islands just off the coast of Southern California. Then, in
the early 60's, the bald eagles disappeared due to egg collecting, hunting, and DDT contamination. RETURN FLIGHT chronicles how a dedicated
team of biologists has been working tirelessly for decades to bring the bald eagle back to the Channel Islands, leading to some amazing results.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Sat, Jan 17, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
06:00p
Focus On Europe
06:30p
Asia This Week
Distrib
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Cap
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(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3302
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#441
07:00p
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
How Do I Get to Be Chosen?
Continuing the casting calls in cities from Atlanta to San Jose, viewers share the happiness and disappointments of aspiring "Everyday Edisons",
culminating with selection of the remaining four inventors and their inventions. We get to know them, learn about their hopes, dreams, inspirations
and what the judges thought made their ideas right for selection.
07:30p
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1302
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You" and the signature intro from Bruce
Hornsby's "That's Just The Way It Is." Featured guests are Bradley Sowash, David Tolley and Dave Powers.
08:00p
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #105
The Smithereens
The New Jersey-based rock band The Smithereens brings down the house with their unique driving guitar sound. The group performs a number
of their hit songs, including "Blood and Roses" and "Behind the Wall of Sleep." From their humble beginnings in 1980 in Carteret, New Jersey,
The Smithereens have become an enduring facet of alternative rock and acquired a cult following. Initially formed following the members'
graduation from Carteret High School, the group became popular with catchy, power pop hits. Drawing on inspiration from The Beatles and Kurt
Cobain, The Smithereens have honed a style all their own. With a sound described as a blend of American garage-band rock and British pop,
The Smithereens have had an impressive 30-year career. Partnering with artists like The Kinks and Graham Parker, the group has produced over
10 studio albums and 4 live albums. With an extensive touring schedule, the group continues to excite devoted fans across the country.
Combining the musical talents of Pat DiNizio, Jim Babjak, Dennis Diken and Severo Jornacion, The Smithereens offer something not seen
everyday: a lively, fun, and entertaining performance. A true pillar in the underground music scene, The Smithereens are a great addition to
INFINITY HALL LIVE.
09:00p
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Christina Perri
Christina Perri performs her brutally honest ballads about love and heartbreak at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York City. Named as iTunes'
"Breakthrough Pop Artist of 2011," Perri performs her hit "Jar of Hearts," "Arms" and "A Thousand Years" from the Twilight: Breaking Dawn
soundtrack, as well as new songs from her latest release, Head or Heart.
10:00p
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1327
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Ireland
Bobby samples oysters in Galway, fishes for salmon in Connemara, plays a tune or two with The Chieftains in Westport, visits the Nenagh
Agricultural Show, judges a baking competition in Tipperary and learns the history of Guinness in Dublin.
11:00p
Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: New Zealand: Quest for Kaitiakitanga
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In his second hour-long Adventures With Purposespecial, Richard Bangs travels to the southernmost reaches of civilization to uncover New
Zealand's pristine natural beauty, alluring culture and enigmatic mythology. In RICHARD BANGS' ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE "New
Zealand: Quest for Kaitiakitanga," the father of modern adventure travel traverses the most physically and climatically diverse landmass in
Polynesia in the pursuit of an age-old Maori tradition. In this new special, Bangs seeks answers to questions rooted in indigenous wisdom, hoping
to unearth the meaning and origins of "kaitiakitanga," the responsibility of human beings to protect the natural world. Today's Kiwis believe the
knowledge of the ancients may hold a key to the planet's survival. Bangs begins his 1,000-mile trek in Mt. Aspiring National Park, where he
navigates north to the Franz Joseph Glacier and then to the east coast town of Kaikoura. From there, Bangs crosses the Cook Strait to the North
Island and the capital city of Wellington. He next visits the Taupo region, heads to Hokianga Harbor, and finally makes his way to Cape Reinga on
the upper tip of New Zealand, where he encounters the great tangled "spirit tree" of Maori myth.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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12:00a
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
How Do I Get to Be Chosen?
Continuing the casting calls in cities from Atlanta to San Jose, viewers share the happiness and disappointments of aspiring "Everyday Edisons",
culminating with selection of the remaining four inventors and their inventions. We get to know them, learn about their hopes, dreams, inspirations
and what the judges thought made their ideas right for selection.
12:30a
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1302
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play Hoagy Carmichael's "The Nearness of You" and the signature intro from Bruce
Hornsby's "That's Just The Way It Is." Featured guests are Bradley Sowash, David Tolley and Dave Powers.
01:00a
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #105
The Smithereens
The New Jersey-based rock band The Smithereens brings down the house with their unique driving guitar sound. The group performs a number
of their hit songs, including "Blood and Roses" and "Behind the Wall of Sleep." From their humble beginnings in 1980 in Carteret, New Jersey,
The Smithereens have become an enduring facet of alternative rock and acquired a cult following. Initially formed following the members'
graduation from Carteret High School, the group became popular with catchy, power pop hits. Drawing on inspiration from The Beatles and Kurt
Cobain, The Smithereens have honed a style all their own. With a sound described as a blend of American garage-band rock and British pop,
The Smithereens have had an impressive 30-year career. Partnering with artists like The Kinks and Graham Parker, the group has produced over
10 studio albums and 4 live albums. With an extensive touring schedule, the group continues to excite devoted fans across the country.
Combining the musical talents of Pat DiNizio, Jim Babjak, Dennis Diken and Severo Jornacion, The Smithereens offer something not seen
everyday: a lively, fun, and entertaining performance. A true pillar in the underground music scene, The Smithereens are a great addition to
INFINITY HALL LIVE.
02:00a
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Christina Perri
Christina Perri performs her brutally honest ballads about love and heartbreak at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York City. Named as iTunes'
"Breakthrough Pop Artist of 2011," Perri performs her hit "Jar of Hearts," "Arms" and "A Thousand Years" from the Twilight: Breaking Dawn
soundtrack, as well as new songs from her latest release, Head or Heart.
03:00a
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1327
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Ireland
Bobby samples oysters in Galway, fishes for salmon in Connemara, plays a tune or two with The Chieftains in Westport, visits the Nenagh
Agricultural Show, judges a baking competition in Tipperary and learns the history of Guinness in Dublin.
04:00a
Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: New Zealand: Quest for Kaitiakitanga
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In his second hour-long Adventures With Purposespecial, Richard Bangs travels to the southernmost reaches of civilization to uncover New
Zealand's pristine natural beauty, alluring culture and enigmatic mythology. In RICHARD BANGS' ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE "New
Zealand: Quest for Kaitiakitanga," the father of modern adventure travel traverses the most physically and climatically diverse landmass in
Polynesia in the pursuit of an age-old Maori tradition. In this new special, Bangs seeks answers to questions rooted in indigenous wisdom, hoping
to unearth the meaning and origins of "kaitiakitanga," the responsibility of human beings to protect the natural world. Today's Kiwis believe the
knowledge of the ancients may hold a key to the planet's survival. Bangs begins his 1,000-mile trek in Mt. Aspiring National Park, where he
navigates north to the Franz Joseph Glacier and then to the east coast town of Kaikoura. From there, Bangs crosses the Cook Strait to the North
Island and the capital city of Wellington. He next visits the Taupo region, heads to Hokianga Harbor, and finally makes his way to Cape Reinga on
the upper tip of New Zealand, where he encounters the great tangled "spirit tree" of Maori myth.
05:00a
Drexel Interview
NETA
(CC)
N/A #303
Max Tegmark
In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews Dr. Max Tegmark, author of the scientific memoir, Our
Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality. Tegmark is a Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (MIT), and conducts research in both cosmology and quantum mechanics. Tegmark is a passionate advocate for a number of
controversial scientific theories. He discusses the possibility of multiple parallel universes, and the connection of an inflationary universe to the
idea of "many big bangs." He also proposes that mathematics plays not only an explanatory but also substantive role in the nature of the cosmos.
Tegmark quarrels with the criticism that his ideas are purely speculative, and discusses what it means for a theory to be testable. Finally, he
addresses the thrill of being part of a physics community concerned with essential questions about the origins of life, and expresses optimism
about what is possible through science. Recorded at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts &
Design, this episode features conversation about cutting-edge science in a striking gallery space.
05:30a
Moneywise with Kelvin Boston
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #801
Women Making Success Happen: Part 1
Women, particularly women of color, are making impressive economic strides. What fuels their financial and business ambitions? Guests: Debra
Owens, author, A Purse of Her Own and Janet C. Smith, president, the Ivy Group. This episode also features small business development tips
from Marie Johns, deputy administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 68 of 119
Sun, Jan 18, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
Distrib
Stereo
KCSM
Cap
(N)
AS2 Episode
N/A
#1290
08:00a
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #601
Glacier National Park
Sarah and Roger Bansemer travel to Montana to visit Glacier National Park, marvel at the glacier covered majestic mountains and ride across the
famous Going to the Sun Road. Roger captures a magnificent water fall scene with oils on a large canvas.
08:30a
Color World with Gary Spetz
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
Color Venice, Part 2
Host-Artist, Gary Spetz continues his exploration of Venice-loosing himself in its fascinating maze of narrow paths and waterways.
#102
09:00a
Wyland's Art Studio
Sea Turtle Silhouette
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#201
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Strengthen Hips & Core
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#810
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1006
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#127
10:30a
Power Yoga: Mind and Body
Core - Abs/Back - Version Three
With Bridge, Navasana with Variations, Lotus.
11:00a
Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Foundation of Hansik - Bap
Considered as the main Entree for Koreans, Cathlyn shows and explains the true meaning of 'Bap' for Koreans along with tips on how to make
perfect, delicious and nutritious multigrain rice in a traditional stone pot. Other recipes include traditional Korean dipping sauce, delicious soup
and fusion wrap.
11:30a
Vintage
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
Pressing to the Finish
The Cabernet at Chimney Rock is ready at last and the team crushes fruit from three vineyard blocks. This signals the final push for harvest 2012.
Once all the fruit in, the fermented tanks of red wine need to be drained and then dug out by hand. To celebrate the closing of harvest the
winemakers gather at Chimney Rock, try each other's wines and look back at what they expect will be a vintage for the ages.
12:00n
Ciao Italia
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2401
Chicken Never Tasted So Good/Pollo Mai Assaggiato Cosi Buono
It's "Here, chick, chick, chick..." when Mary Ann shows you how quick and easy it is to prepare a clever Chicken and Cauliflower Lasagne. Then
upon a waiting bed of hot polenta she serves up a Venetian specialty, Burano Style Chicken.
12:30p
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #114
Land of Fish and Rice
Vietnam is a land of plenty. Much of its land is fertile for farming, and its waters are rich with fish and seafood. Martin follows the cycle of rice
cultivation and harvesting, and observes how rice is made into the popular rice noodle, and how fish is made into the Vietnamese national
condiment, fish sauce. Recipes: Golden Crisp Whole Fish, Grilled Meat Medallions over Rice Noodle Pancakes.
01:00p
Wild Photo Adventures
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #201
Lowcountry Shorebirds
Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner photographs nesting shorebirds in the Lowcountry of South Carolina with nature
photographer Eric Horan.
01:30p
Wonders of the West
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Autumn In Southwestern Utah
The vivid colors of fall are at their best in Zion National Park. Join us as we hike to the Emerald Pools and discover a herd of desert bighorn
sheep. Follow a buffalo herd, isten to the haunting calls of male elk, and fish a high mountain stream to see the vibrant colors of spawning brook
trout. We'll explore a hot spring formed by an ancient volcano, visit an archaeological site and learn about making fresh apple cider at an organic
orchard.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 69 of 119
Sun, Jan 18, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
02:00p
Aviators
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#507
100 YEARS OF COMMERCIAL FLIGHT: The highs and the lows of an industry that has become an essential part of our lives.
02:30p
Jonathan Bird's Blue World
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #407
Aquarius Reef Base, Skates and Rays
Segment 1: Aquarius Reef Base. In this National Emmy nominated segment, Jonathan visits Aquarius Reef Base-the world's only undersea lab
where scientists live in saturation for days or weeks at a time, studying the ocean. It's an amazing combination of science fiction and undersea
adventure! Segment 2: Skates and Rays. In this fascinating biology segment, Jonathan explores the world of skates and rays. From the planktoneating Manta ray to the Electric Torpedo ray, these animals have a variety of surprising adaptations for survival in the ocean.
03:00p
American Woodshop
Shaker Rockers
Perfectly designed American-inspired originals.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1901
03:30p
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #501
Patio Prep Station
Guest: PAUL WAHLBERG. This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, we're getting ready for summer and outdoor summer
cooking. Host Tommy MacDonald teams up with an old friend, chef and actor Paul Wahlberg, to make a patio prep station, perfect for any
outdoor grilling area. Then, Tommy and Paul will go to Paul's restaurant, Alma Nove, in Hingham to install the beautiful piece.
04:00p
Feel Grand with Jane Seymour
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#107
04:30p
Healing Quest
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1207
Inner World with Michele Bernhardt: Dealing with Everyday Trauma
Inner World: Dealing With Everyday Trauma - Author and psychiatrist Mark Epstein wanted to bring trauma out of everyone's secret hiding place
and out in the open. ABC news anchor Dan Harris had a panic attack on national TV. Michele found that both of them came to the same
conclusion about dealing with the trauma - either "big T" or "little T" - that we're all going to encounter. Healthy Mac & Cheese Recipe- Avoiding
processed foods is something we hear a lot about and our fresh living chef Sara Snow says that even applies to the macaroni and cheese which
is loved by so many. So Sara shows us how to "break out of the box" and cook a homemade version that's truly healthy. Creating Sacred Spaces
- Sacred spaces can add a lot to our life so we spent some time with Jane Rivar, a talented visual artist, to help us understand how we might
create some of those spaces in our own environment. Healing Moment: Anything - In addition to being a gifted visual artist Jane Rivar is also a
talented singer and songwriter. One of her creations is an inspiring music video titled "Anything" and it is our Healing Moment for this episode.
05:00p
Start Up
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #112
You Are So Goudaful, to Me
Gary and they crew head to Washington, DC, to talk to Carolyn, who started "Righteous Cheese," a shop that is all about pairing good food, good
drinks and good company. Then they travel to NYC to meet with Constance, the founder of "Hot Girls Pearls," a line of fashionable accessories
that are keeping women cool. And Last, they venture to Detroit, to speak with Burkey, a craftsman who began "Four Chamber Forge," a brand
that features a variety of one-of-a-kind, handmade wood and leather creations.
05:30p
Well Read
Dinaw Mengestu, All Our Names
A deep tale of Africa, immigrants, love and friendship from award-winning author Mengestu.
APTEX
(CC)
N/A
#332
06:00p
California's Gold
KCET
(CC)
N/A #12004
Coit Tower
Coit Tower was built on top of Telegraph Hill in 1933 at the bequest of Lillie Hitchcock Coit to beautify the City of San Francisco; Lillie bequeathed
one-third of her estate to the City of San Francisco "to be expended in an appropriate manner for the purpose of adding to the beauty of the city
which I have always loved". Huell spends the day exploring all aspects of this San Francisco landmark, including the beautiful murals that adorn
the lobby with the descendants of one of the original artists.
06:30p
In The Americas with David Yetman
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #309
Cuetzalan: The Celebration of San Francisco
More than 500 years ago, Franciscan priests journeyed to the remote city of Cuetzalan in Puebla State. Although less remote now, the traditions
and languages continue in a town where they venerate fiestas and perpetuate ancient rituals like the acrobatic voladores.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 70 of 119
Sun, Jan 18, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
07:00p
Italy's Mystery Mountains
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#0
Behind Italy's cultural abundance is the diversity and turbulence of its geology: the continuously erupting volcanoes, the violent earthquakes, the
clash of mighty tectonic plates, and the rising of the mountains from which Michelangelo quarried his famous Carrara marbles. Shot in Italy's
geologic hotspots, from the Dolomites to Vesuvius, Italy's Mystery Mountains ties Italy's incredible geologic story to its rich artistic culture. Filmed
from the Alps to Sicily and into Tunisia. Italy's Mystery Mountains follows two international teams of geologists, one working near Bologna and the
other in southern Italy, where Sicily's famed volcano, Mt. Etna, erupts in brilliant showers of lava. The geologists are determined to fill in the story
of how the Italian peninsula was first created and whether the famed Apennine Mountain range running down Italy's spine is still alive and
growing.
08:00p
John Portman Visits Fallingwater
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In a new special, John Portman - one of America's most daring and influential living architects - brings colleagues from his firm to visit Frank Lloyd
Wright's Fallingwater in southwestern Pennsylvania, for an informal master class and case study. Together, the architects explore the
commissioning, design and construction of the house, marvel at its distinctive architectural features, and ruminate about Wright's passion and
vision. The architects speak candidly about their chosen field while contemporary and archival footage reveals the celebrated features of this
iconic structure - its cantilevered design, covered walkways, numerous hearths, glass "corners" and natural building materials.
08:30p
Imagining The Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In 2012, the Ralph L. Carr Justice Center in Denver went into construction. Ten artists were chosen to design and create site-specific public art
for the building. Imagining The Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center follows these artists, giving audiences an inside look at the
process of designing, fabricating and installing art in public spaces.
09:00p
International Focus
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#101
Pilot: U.S. - Russia relations This new television program offers global perspectives for U.S. viewers. The host is a veteran network foreign
correspondent, Terry Phillips. Our planet is interconnected as never before. We Americans rely on and compete with people in other countries for
almost everything. To prosper while avoiding dangerous conflict, we all need more information about world affairs. International Focus aims to
provide just that. In the first episode, Mr. Phillips talks about the history, current events and possible future relations between Russia and the
United States with Professor Andrei Tsygankov (San Francisco State University), diplomat Sergey Petrov (Russian Consulate General), author
Masha Gessen ("The Man Without a Face"), journalist Markos Kounalakis (Hoover Institution) and others.
09:30p
First Face: The Buck Starts Here
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Mark Twain is thought to have quipped, "If Washington should rise from the dead and not resemble the Stuart portrait, he would be judged an
imposter." Such is the legacy of the so-called Athenaeum portrait. On several occasions in 1796 George Washington came to the Philadelphia
home of the artist Gilbert Stuart to sit for a life portrait. Those sittings produced what is, arguably, the most famous portrait ever created: the
unfinished Athenaeum image of Washington that peers out from the dollar bill. First Face: The Buck Starts Here considers the circumstances
leading to the creation of Stuart's portrait, and its subsequent life as the defining image of Washington and, ultimately, as an enduring symbol of
America. Ironic contrasts between the mercurial Stuart and the highly controlled Washington, as well as contrasts between Washington the man
and Washington the myth, drive this half hour documentary. The film is structured around a historical recreation of the Washington portrait,
followed by a series of attempt to "finish" the famously unfinished image. The narrative of the film moves between the portrait and its "biography,"
beginning with Stuart's attempts to "loosen up" General Washington in the studio and concluding with a consideration of the portraits
contemporary value as a symbol of the Amercian Nation. A disparate montage of elements, both earnest and amused, raise serious questions
about our heritage, while highlighting the ironies of the story. Voice-over commentary from historians and biographers accompany the images, as
well as comments from Stuart himself, whose remarks on Washington are well documented. First Face: The Buck Starts Here invites audiences
to view this iconic portrait through the eyes of the artist, through the eyes of early Americans, and, in the end, it asks viewers to take a fresh look
at the image through their own eyes.
10:00p
Game Changers
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Amidst the debate over fixing the country's ailing education system, THE GAME CHANGERS tells of a bold initiative designed to transform
American classrooms. In 2009, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation launched an innovative pilot program to identify high-ability
people in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math), fund their training at four universities and create new teacher-preparation
programs that focus on the skills and knowledge needed in the Information Age. Each student would receive a $30,000 stipend in exchange for
completing the newly created master's degree program. Then, they would go to work in Indiana's high-need rural and urban schools. Sixty
individuals from different walks of life, from recent college graduates to career-changers, took the daunting challenge. THE GAME CHANGERS
follows the Fellows for two years, from university preparation through their first year heading their own classrooms. How do the teachers fare in
their new roles? Can they make the difference in the lives of students? Can they make a difference in improving American schools?
11:00p
The Reconstruction of Asa Carter
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#0
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF ASA CARTER explores the life and legacy of the best-selling novelist of The Rebel Outlaw: Josey Wales
(republished in 1975 as Gone to Texas) and The Education of Little Tree (1976). Billed as an autobiographical story about an orphaned Native
American boy, The Education of Little Tree was later revealed as a complete fabrication. The author: notorious white supremacist and Ku Klux
Klan leader Asa Earl Carter (under the name Forrest Carter), the writer responsible for George Wallace's infamous 1963 "Segregation now!
Segregation forever!" speech. Friends, colleagues and members of George Wallace's inner circle provide unprecedented access into the life of
this enigmatic man, while scholars and historians reflect on the nature of Carter's identity shift, his place in the history of the civil-rights movement
and his legacy.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 71 of 119
Mon, Jan 19, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Italy's Mystery Mountains
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#0
Behind Italy's cultural abundance is the diversity and turbulence of its geology: the continuously erupting volcanoes, the violent earthquakes, the
clash of mighty tectonic plates, and the rising of the mountains from which Michelangelo quarried his famous Carrara marbles. Shot in Italy's
geologic hotspots, from the Dolomites to Vesuvius, Italy's Mystery Mountains ties Italy's incredible geologic story to its rich artistic culture. Filmed
from the Alps to Sicily and into Tunisia. Italy's Mystery Mountains follows two international teams of geologists, one working near Bologna and the
other in southern Italy, where Sicily's famed volcano, Mt. Etna, erupts in brilliant showers of lava. The geologists are determined to fill in the story
of how the Italian peninsula was first created and whether the famed Apennine Mountain range running down Italy's spine is still alive and
growing.
01:00a
John Portman Visits Fallingwater
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In a new special, John Portman - one of America's most daring and influential living architects - brings colleagues from his firm to visit Frank Lloyd
Wright's Fallingwater in southwestern Pennsylvania, for an informal master class and case study. Together, the architects explore the
commissioning, design and construction of the house, marvel at its distinctive architectural features, and ruminate about Wright's passion and
vision. The architects speak candidly about their chosen field while contemporary and archival footage reveals the celebrated features of this
iconic structure - its cantilevered design, covered walkways, numerous hearths, glass "corners" and natural building materials.
01:30a
Imagining The Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
In 2012, the Ralph L. Carr Justice Center in Denver went into construction. Ten artists were chosen to design and create site-specific public art
for the building. Imagining The Law: The Art of the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center follows these artists, giving audiences an inside look at the
process of designing, fabricating and installing art in public spaces.
02:00a
International Focus
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#101
Pilot: U.S. - Russia relations This new television program offers global perspectives for U.S. viewers. The host is a veteran network foreign
correspondent, Terry Phillips. Our planet is interconnected as never before. We Americans rely on and compete with people in other countries for
almost everything. To prosper while avoiding dangerous conflict, we all need more information about world affairs. International Focus aims to
provide just that. In the first episode, Mr. Phillips talks about the history, current events and possible future relations between Russia and the
United States with Professor Andrei Tsygankov (San Francisco State University), diplomat Sergey Petrov (Russian Consulate General), author
Masha Gessen ("The Man Without a Face"), journalist Markos Kounalakis (Hoover Institution) and others.
02:30a
First Face: The Buck Starts Here
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Mark Twain is thought to have quipped, "If Washington should rise from the dead and not resemble the Stuart portrait, he would be judged an
imposter." Such is the legacy of the so-called Athenaeum portrait. On several occasions in 1796 George Washington came to the Philadelphia
home of the artist Gilbert Stuart to sit for a life portrait. Those sittings produced what is, arguably, the most famous portrait ever created: the
unfinished Athenaeum image of Washington that peers out from the dollar bill. First Face: The Buck Starts Here considers the circumstances
leading to the creation of Stuart's portrait, and its subsequent life as the defining image of Washington and, ultimately, as an enduring symbol of
America. Ironic contrasts between the mercurial Stuart and the highly controlled Washington, as well as contrasts between Washington the man
and Washington the myth, drive this half hour documentary. The film is structured around a historical recreation of the Washington portrait,
followed by a series of attempt to "finish" the famously unfinished image. The narrative of the film moves between the portrait and its "biography,"
beginning with Stuart's attempts to "loosen up" General Washington in the studio and concluding with a consideration of the portraits
contemporary value as a symbol of the Amercian Nation. A disparate montage of elements, both earnest and amused, raise serious questions
about our heritage, while highlighting the ironies of the story. Voice-over commentary from historians and biographers accompany the images, as
well as comments from Stuart himself, whose remarks on Washington are well documented. First Face: The Buck Starts Here invites audiences
to view this iconic portrait through the eyes of the artist, through the eyes of early Americans, and, in the end, it asks viewers to take a fresh look
at the image through their own eyes.
03:00a
Game Changers
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Amidst the debate over fixing the country's ailing education system, THE GAME CHANGERS tells of a bold initiative designed to transform
American classrooms. In 2009, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation launched an innovative pilot program to identify high-ability
people in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math), fund their training at four universities and create new teacher-preparation
programs that focus on the skills and knowledge needed in the Information Age. Each student would receive a $30,000 stipend in exchange for
completing the newly created master's degree program. Then, they would go to work in Indiana's high-need rural and urban schools. Sixty
individuals from different walks of life, from recent college graduates to career-changers, took the daunting challenge. THE GAME CHANGERS
follows the Fellows for two years, from university preparation through their first year heading their own classrooms. How do the teachers fare in
their new roles? Can they make the difference in the lives of students? Can they make a difference in improving American schools?
04:00a
The Reconstruction of Asa Carter
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#0
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF ASA CARTER explores the life and legacy of the best-selling novelist of The Rebel Outlaw: Josey Wales
(republished in 1975 as Gone to Texas) and The Education of Little Tree (1976). Billed as an autobiographical story about an orphaned Native
American boy, The Education of Little Tree was later revealed as a complete fabrication. The author: notorious white supremacist and Ku Klux
Klan leader Asa Earl Carter (under the name Forrest Carter), the writer responsible for George Wallace's infamous 1963 "Segregation now!
Segregation forever!" speech. Friends, colleagues and members of George Wallace's inner circle provide unprecedented access into the life of
this enigmatic man, while scholars and historians reflect on the nature of Carter's identity shift, his place in the history of the civil-rights movement
and his legacy.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 72 of 119
Mon, Jan 19, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
05:00a
Miller Center's American Forum
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2413
The Great Historians On History: Alan Taylor and Ari Kelman
A special conversation with two of America's leading historians- ALAN TAYLOR, winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in History for, The Internal
Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832, and ARI KELMAN, winner of the 2014 Bancroft Prize for, A Misplaced Massacre: Struggling over
the Memory of Sand Creek.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1291
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #305
The Missing Elements/Journey to the Center of Gorga
THE MISSING ELEMENTS - While Wizzy and Wigg learn about elements, the building blocks of matter, Dark Truder puts his latest devious
scheme into action. The plan: use elements to create tools needed to take over the universe. However, his plan goes awry and he accidentally
releases several gremlin-like elements from their container. The Zula Patrol steps in to track them down. But the runaways transform themselves
into a giant rubber band which sling-shots Truder far into space. Fortunately, in the end, the ZPers convince the homesick elements to return to
the Keeper of the Elements and everyone is happy. JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF GORGA - To help explain chemical reactions, Multo uses
the Sizerizer to shrink Bula and Zeeter down to atomic size -- but before they can get back to normal, they must escape from a refrigerator ice
tray, bacteria in a container of spoiled milk, and a bowl of sticky cake mix. Unfortunately, Gorga swallows the mix, sending our micro-heroes on a
journey to the center of Gorga, learning more about chemical reactions, and even using one to help them get out!
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #111
The Dancing Harbor
After their boat trip on the Danube, the Mozarts land in Vienna, along with Devilius' deceitful trio. To prevent the Mozarts from entering Vienna,
they steal Amadeus' father Leopold's wallet. This leads to big complications; customs officers mistake the Mozarts for merchants and ask them to
pay high tariffs. Amadeus gets the whole harbor - including Empress Maria Theresia and her children - dancing with a sensational musical
performance that convinces the customs officers. Now, nothing stands in the way of a visit to the imperial castle. The Music: "Divertimento No.
17" K. 334; "Contredance in D" K. 603; et al. Additional Content: Monti explains that Austria is Amadeus's home country and introduces Linz,
Salzburg, Vienna, the river Danube and other Austrian landscapes.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Diabetes
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Unlock Your Spince & Improve Your Posture
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Patchwork Primer, Erin Gilday
Create a warm and cozy winter scarf with tips and tricks for perfect patchwork.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#110
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#811
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1007
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#304
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1005
Lofty Lux
We're lofty and luxurious on today's episode of Knitting Daily. Join us for a look at airy fabrics, such as mesh and brioche knitting. We begin this
episode with an airy yarn over technique that is used to create loft in your knitting. Then, on today's how-to segment Laura Bryant and Barry Klein
explore Tunisian crochet techniques and projects. This popular skill is both easy and fun to master. Then, on today's yarn spotlight Eunny joins
yarn expert Clara Parkes for a look at soft spun fiber. We'll explore pencil rovings and lofty yarns that add warmth but not bulk to your projects.
Then, we wrap up today's episode with a quick tip for brioche knitting in two colors.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2412
Cubed
Tackle cutting like a pro when you learn to cut 60-degree diamonds from simple strips. Learn tips for joining rows and adding borders with ease to
create this stunning quilt.
12:00n
01:00p
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4126
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1401
Meat and Potatoes with Panache
Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen to learn how to create an updated French classic, Modern Beef Burgundy, with test cook
Becky Hays. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews potato ricers in the Equipment Corner. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris
how to make Braised Red Potatoes with Lemon and Chives. And finally, Chris reveals the science behind potato starch.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Mon, Jan 19, 2015
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01:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #301
Born in the Kitchen
Pati travels to Mexico City to reconnect with her father and help him cook one of her favorite childhood meals: Huevos a la Mexicana. Back in her
own kitchen, she'll use that visit as inspiration to cook a few dishes that she remembers fondly from childhood, and then passes on the tradition
by cooking dessert with her youngest son, Juju. Recipe 1: Shredded Flank Steak with Potatoes in Green Salsa; Recipe 2: Mexican Rice with
Prawns; Recipe 3: Orange Vanilla Flan.
02:00p
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
Barbecue's Birthplace
In 1516, a Spanish explorer encountered a band of Taino Indians roasting game and seafood on a wooden frame over a smoky fire. They called
the cooking device a barbacoa-the origin of modern barbecue. This show takes us to the birthplace of barbecue-the Caribbean-where you'll learn
to make Jamaican jerk chicken, buccaneer baby back ribs with pineapple barbecue sauce, and a Raichlen classic: shrimp grilled on sugarcane.
Jamaican Jerk Chicken; Buccaneer Baby Back Ribs with Pineapple Barbecue Sauce; Shrimp Grilled on Sugarcane.
02:30p
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Back In Time
Kevin goes back in time with this week's menu as he cooks up a smoked chicken terrine. Fresh leeks from the garden are used with some
delicious Gubbeen cheese for an indulgent Potato Gratin. Kevin prepares freshly caught trout wrapped in cured bacon with an almond butter
sauce. Next it's a tasty Wild Garlic Pesto. Finally, Kevin celebrates the summer's lovely bounty with a Frozen Yogurt Gelato served with a Berry
Compote.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2007
Hammering, Torching and Shaping
Author and metal artist Mary Hettmansperger has some great ideas for hammering, texturing and coloring metal, plus using eyelets and rivets for
cold connections. Katie's Beading Lesson is using snap finding to make jewelry quickly and easily.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #304
Things That Recycle Paper
How many times have you started to put paper into recycling and instead of letting go, you think, I can make something with this? This show will
teach you how to make a decorative, paper mache bowl, decoupage pages from recycled book paper onto a frame, and turn maps, books and
unusual paper like old player piano rolls into rosette decorations.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #405
Crash Course On Starting A Business
So you've got an idea - now what? Check out this quick, but comprehensive course on business basics. You'll learn how to refine your ideas,
make a business plan, identify funding sources, find a market, and of course, sell your service or product. Find out how two teen girls developed a
$2 million business out of magnetic bottle caps.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1506
School Days
This show features three ways to make your backpack fun, cool pouches for your locker, an apple trivet for the teacher, and a first day of school
journal featuring a phone app.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1213
Seasonal Change
P. Allen Smith shows us ways to change out the seasonal decor in our homes from fall to winter, force bulbs indoors, recycle Christmas Trees,
and attract birds to your yard in the winter. Plus, Allen shares some valuable tips on things you can do in your garden when it's cold, to gear up
for spring. Allen shares the latest progress on the Garden Home Challenge.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #518
Veteran Farmers: Jacksonville, Fl
As veterans return home from war, a troubled economy can make finding jobs in the private sector even harder. Combined with the difficulties of
readjusting to "normal routines" many are finding careers in organic farming to be the perfect combination of mental therapy, healthy activity, and
positive reinforcement as they re-enter the workforce, just at a time when organic farmers are needed more than ever.
06:00p
Journal
06:30p
Focus On Europe
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#11013
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N/A
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 74 of 119
Mon, Jan 19, 2015
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07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5211
07:30p
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1102
08:00p
Loreena Mckennitt: Nights from the Alhambra
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
LOREENA MCKENNITT: NIGHTS FROM THE ALHAMBRA captures an enchanting musical performance set beneath the stars in the
breathtaking heart of medieval Spain. Recorded in 2006 at the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, singer/composer Loreena McKennitt leads
viewers on a musical journey through her catalogue of traditional Celtic ballads, literary narratives and highlights from each of her albums,
including An Ancient Muse.
09:00p
Backstage Pass
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Seeley and Baldori
Dueling piano boogie from Michigan rock and blues legends Bob Seeley and Bob Baldori. "If it doesn't make you want to get up and dance, then
we aren't doing our job," says Bob Baldori of the boogie-woogie style of music he performs with fellow musician Bob Seeley. The pair from Detroit
continues to delight audiences everywhere with their amazing piano skills and exciting style of music.
10:00p
Miller's Tale
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Best known as Father Karras in The Exorcist, Jason Miller was an award-winning playwright and actor who experienced a brilliant period of
national acclaim, then curiously abandoned Hollywood to return to live and work in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In Miller's Tale, filmmaker Rebecca
Marshall Ferris explores the complex relationship between Miller and his hometown.
11:00p
Shift Change
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
SHIFT CHANGE is a documentary film by veteran award-winning filmmakers Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin. It tells the little known stories of
employee owned businesses that compete successfully in today's economy while providing secure, dignified jobs in democratic workplaces. With
the long decline in US manufacturing and today's economic crisis, millions have been thrown out of work, and many are losing their homes. The
usual economic solutions are not working, so some citizens and public officials are ready to think outside of the box, to reinvent our failing
economy in order to restore long term community stability and a more egalitarian way of life. There is growing interest in firms that are owned and
managed by their workers. Such firms tend to be more profitable and innovative, and more committed to the communities where they are based.
Yet the public has little knowledge of their success, and the promise they offer for a better life.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Tue, Jan 20, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5211
12:30a
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1102
01:00a
Loreena Mckennitt: Nights from the Alhambra
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
LOREENA MCKENNITT: NIGHTS FROM THE ALHAMBRA captures an enchanting musical performance set beneath the stars in the
breathtaking heart of medieval Spain. Recorded in 2006 at the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, singer/composer Loreena McKennitt leads
viewers on a musical journey through her catalogue of traditional Celtic ballads, literary narratives and highlights from each of her albums,
including An Ancient Muse.
02:00a
Backstage Pass
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Seeley and Baldori
Dueling piano boogie from Michigan rock and blues legends Bob Seeley and Bob Baldori. "If it doesn't make you want to get up and dance, then
we aren't doing our job," says Bob Baldori of the boogie-woogie style of music he performs with fellow musician Bob Seeley. The pair from Detroit
continues to delight audiences everywhere with their amazing piano skills and exciting style of music.
03:00a
Miller's Tale
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Best known as Father Karras in The Exorcist, Jason Miller was an award-winning playwright and actor who experienced a brilliant period of
national acclaim, then curiously abandoned Hollywood to return to live and work in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In Miller's Tale, filmmaker Rebecca
Marshall Ferris explores the complex relationship between Miller and his hometown.
04:00a
Shift Change
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
SHIFT CHANGE is a documentary film by veteran award-winning filmmakers Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin. It tells the little known stories of
employee owned businesses that compete successfully in today's economy while providing secure, dignified jobs in democratic workplaces. With
the long decline in US manufacturing and today's economic crisis, millions have been thrown out of work, and many are losing their homes. The
usual economic solutions are not working, so some citizens and public officials are ready to think outside of the box, to reinvent our failing
economy in order to restore long term community stability and a more egalitarian way of life. There is growing interest in firms that are owned and
managed by their workers. Such firms tend to be more profitable and innovative, and more committed to the communities where they are based.
Yet the public has little knowledge of their success, and the promise they offer for a better life.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #301
David Plouffe and Richard Wolffe
In this program, David Plouffe, political strategist and author of The Audacity to Win is interviewed by Richard Wolffe, award-winning journalist,
political analyst for MSNBC, and author of Renegade: The Making of a President. David Plouffe was not just the architect of the campaign that
put Barack Obama in the White House; he also built a grassroots movement that changed the face of politics. After managing Obama's
presidential campaign, Plouffe set up Organizing for America, a thirteen-million-strong group to continue the spirit and initiative of the campaign in
everyday civic life.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1292
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #306
Choosing Sides/Camp Worm
CHOOSING SIDES - The Zula Patrol is worried - their shipment of honey never arrived and oatmeal just isn't the same without it. The flowers,
beetles and bees have all walked off the job, each claiming they are the most important cog in the honey production wheel! Can the Zula Patrol
settle things? They'll have to agree first! Zeeter, Bula and Multo take different sides in this standoff. It's Wizzy and Wigg, armed with knowledge of
ecosystems, who finally prove that none can exist without the others -when they work together, can't be beat, just like the ZP! CAMP WORM When Zeeter and Bula scoff at the big importance of tiny earthworms to the ecosystem, Multo sends them to Camp Worm. They expect a
cakewalk, but face a rude awakening when Camp Leader Burrows pushes them and their worm teammates (Team Wriggler) to the limit. Zeeter
and Bula gradually learn to respect the value of worm activities. So when an ecosystem emergency springs up, Team Wrigglers are the only
worms available. With training and heart, they answer the call, save the ecosystem and earn the honor of being called worms.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #112
Street Musicians
On the way to their guesthouse in Vienna, the Mozarts witness a terrible incident in which the arrogant son of a nobleman mistreats an old
woman and her grandchildren. Outraged, Amadeus challenges the man to a duel - "whip against violin." He deliberately plays the violin badly so
that the horse of the evil young man runs away. News of this incident quickly spreads around Vienna. Amadeus gets to know two young street
musicians and joins them to form a trio, playing in the music cafes of Vienna. However, neither the humiliated son of the nobleman nor Devilius
and his sidekick Monti want to give up. The Music: "Violin Concerto in B" K. 207; "Piano Sonata No. 18 in F" K. 533; et al.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Healthy Back
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#111
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Date: 11/22/2014
Page 76 of 119
Tue, Jan 20, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Improve Your Balance
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Machine Mania, Rebecca Kemp Brent
Experiment with an embroidery machine and a serger to create a keepsake baby blanket.
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#812
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#1008
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#305
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #1006
Go International
We're armchair traveling on today's Knitting Daily as we explore international techniques for both knitting and crochet. We begin this episode with
a twined knitting technique, a look seen on traditional Scandinavian knitwear. Then, crochet expert Kristin Omdahl has unique edgings for
afghans and more. Yarn expert Clara Parkes is next with a yarn spotlight on exotic fibers around the world, including yak yarns that come in a
variety of weights. We wrap up today's episode with one more international tip for two special bind-offs from around the world.
11:30a
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2413
Anchors Aweigh
Vintage quilts can be a great source of inspiration for a quilter. Marianne took on the challenge to re-create a 1940s Victory Quilt design using
more modern methods of cutting and piecing.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4127
01:00p
Christina Cooks
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #615
Aging Gracefully
Are botox injections the only way to maintain youthful appearance? Does it all go south as the number of candles on birthday cakes grow? Of
course not. While the process is unavoidable, it doesn't have to be devastating. Join Christina as she takes a dip in the fountain of youth.
01:30p
New Scandinavian Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #409
Milk and Chocolate of the North
Nobody eats more chocolate than Norwegians, especially during winter. Andreas starts out with a warming hot chocolate with saffron and orange
cream in Oslo before travelling to St. Lucia in the West Indies to discover the origins of cocoa. Back in Oslo, Andreas cooks halibut with cocoa
butter, and makes a mouth-watering dessert - a dark chocolate cake and whipped milk chocolate with creme fraiche ice cream.
02:00p
Taste of History
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #502
Star Spangled Banner
In honor of our national anthem, Chef Walter Staib celebrates the Star Spangled Banner at Ft McHenry with a red white and blue feast: Eel and
Mussel Chowder, Smoke Pheasant en Croute, Roasted Veal Shank, and for dessert, Bread Pudding with Black Currants.
02:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #207
Family-Style Breakfast
The breakfast of your dreams, prepared by Pati and her sister Alisa. This episode includes both quick, simple dishes and ones meant for a
deliciously messy morning feast. Mexican French Toast Rolls (Dedos Gitanos); Green Chilaquiles in Roasted Tomatillo Sauce; Alisa's Marbled
Pound Cake.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2008
Style and Color
Molly Schaller shows how she uses trend boards to design jewelry and demonstrates trendy leather bracelets with large focal beads. Then she
makes a colorful statement necklace and shares great tips on storing bead strands. In Katie's Beading Lesson she shows how to organize your
work space. She offers suggestions for the right supplies and tools and adds another important element - lighting, especially when working with
small beads and distinguishing colors.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #305
Things That Keep You Warm
When it is cold outside, we like to think about crafts that keep us warm. When it is warm out, we organize our closets and think about how we can
re-use our sweaters. Today's show features ideas for you, to keep your hands warm, to keep your feet warm and to keep your electronics warm!
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Tue, Jan 20, 2015
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04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #406
How to Make A Million Bucks!
It is possible! If you start early and save consistently, you'll take advantage of the power of compound interest. You can make a million by working
hard, spending less than you make, and saving, saving, saving. Meet a 16-year-old with a fashion recycling business.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1507
Experiments
It's time for a little crafting science as we make a journal of technique experiments, do a little chemistry to create glop or blubber or whatever you
want to call it! test out some prehistoric look a likes with casting materials, and finally take our experiments outside for a test on floating with our
own ship.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #901
The 12 Principles
P. Allen Smith gives us an overview of the twelve design principles that will be discussed throughout the season using examples at the Garden
Home Retreat. Allen also shares a few tips on properly maintaining your lawn and gets advice from an expert on espalier fruit trees. We will also
get a look at what it means to be "green."
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #519
Hyper Local - Heirloom Apples & Craft Beers: New Hampshire
Chain grocery stores are only interested in food that ships well and stores long. That is why with over 2,500 different types of apples grown in the
United States, only 6 can be found in the typical store. But by eating local and in season, we are exposed to incredible flavors not found
anywhere else and we can savor the food products of creative artisans who only source local ingredients. In this episode, we visit an organic
farmer who sells 70 different varieties of heirloom apples to learn the secrets of peak flavor and how we can grow some of these varieties
ourselves. And we visit a nano-brewery who takes production full circle by only sourcing local grains, fruits and vegetables while repurposing all
their byproducts back to local farmers.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11014
06:30p
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1102
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5212
07:30p
Global 3000
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#703
08:00p
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #508
Howlin' Brothers
The Howlin' Brothers are a three piece band based in Nashville that are winning fans across the country with their upbeat, impassioned
performances. In this episode, the band shows off their eclectic music chops romping through several songs, including "Tennessee Blues. "
08:30p
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #901
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott
O'Brien and Scott were already accomplished thirty-something players, record makers and writers when their respective publishers first put them
together in the standard Nashville fashion. That initial meeting, which took place in a Music Row writing room near the tail end of the last century,
quickly morphed from an arranged collaboration to a "Where have you been all my life?" moment for both artists. O'Brien, who hails from West
Virginia, was steeped in bluegrass and country, while Scott, from nearby Kentucky, straddled country and rock 'n' roll. "Tim and I both felt like we
met at Hank Williams," says Scott, noting that Hank's music had been a passion of his musician father Wayne Scott, and those seminal records
had been the younger Scott's sacred texts growing up, as they were for O'Brien, along with the bluegrass canon. "Both of us can push the country
button and be there, " says Tim of their common ground. "We just stretch toward each other till we intersect."
09:00p
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #505
Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio
The master of the Hammond B3 organ performs jazz, blues and R&B selections spanning his five-decade career in the music business. This
episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
10:00p
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#212
Kindergarten Common Core: We're heading to kindergarten classrooms where many students are getting their very first exposure to the Common
Core State Standards. Good foundations for math and literacy start here-but that doesn't mean the students aren't having fun!
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Date: 11/22/2014
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11:00p
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #108
Writing
Focuses on the complex and dynamic interplay between images and words, including the ironic works of Conceptualists, Islamic and Japanese
calligraphy, and the intentionally indecipherable calligraphic works by contemporary Chinese artist Xu Bing.
11:30p
Arts In Context
NETA
(CC)
N/A #502
In Face
Behind the makeup and false eyelashes of drag queens are the eccentric lives of brilliant performers. In Face follows the complex lives of three
performance artists in three cities: Austin, Los Angeles, Atlanta. Each queen, with a unique life offstage, sheds a bit of light on the hectic and
determined lifestyle of pursuing a drag career. With daring costumes and lavish handmade hair pieces, Gia Sunflowers always surprises the
crowd with his gothic style as waiter and performer of the drag queen dining establishment LIPS Atlanta. Obtaining success in Hollywood as
contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, television star Willam Belli tours the country as a performer while also gaining a career as a recording artist.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 79 of 119
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Newsline
12:30a
Global 3000
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5212
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#703
01:00a
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #508
Howlin' Brothers
The Howlin' Brothers are a three piece band based in Nashville that are winning fans across the country with their upbeat, impassioned
performances. In this episode, the band shows off their eclectic music chops romping through several songs, including "Tennessee Blues. "
01:30a
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #901
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott
O'Brien and Scott were already accomplished thirty-something players, record makers and writers when their respective publishers first put them
together in the standard Nashville fashion. That initial meeting, which took place in a Music Row writing room near the tail end of the last century,
quickly morphed from an arranged collaboration to a "Where have you been all my life?" moment for both artists. O'Brien, who hails from West
Virginia, was steeped in bluegrass and country, while Scott, from nearby Kentucky, straddled country and rock 'n' roll. "Tim and I both felt like we
met at Hank Williams," says Scott, noting that Hank's music had been a passion of his musician father Wayne Scott, and those seminal records
had been the younger Scott's sacred texts growing up, as they were for O'Brien, along with the bluegrass canon. "Both of us can push the country
button and be there, " says Tim of their common ground. "We just stretch toward each other till we intersect."
02:00a
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #505
Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio
The master of the Hammond B3 organ performs jazz, blues and R&B selections spanning his five-decade career in the music business. This
episode also features an exclusive interview with the artist.
03:00a
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#212
Kindergarten Common Core: We're heading to kindergarten classrooms where many students are getting their very first exposure to the Common
Core State Standards. Good foundations for math and literacy start here-but that doesn't mean the students aren't having fun!
04:00a
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #108
Writing
Focuses on the complex and dynamic interplay between images and words, including the ironic works of Conceptualists, Islamic and Japanese
calligraphy, and the intentionally indecipherable calligraphic works by contemporary Chinese artist Xu Bing.
04:30a
Arts In Context
NETA
(CC)
N/A #502
In Face
Behind the makeup and false eyelashes of drag queens are the eccentric lives of brilliant performers. In Face follows the complex lives of three
performance artists in three cities: Austin, Los Angeles, Atlanta. Each queen, with a unique life offstage, sheds a bit of light on the hectic and
determined lifestyle of pursuing a drag career. With daring costumes and lavish handmade hair pieces, Gia Sunflowers always surprises the
crowd with his gothic style as waiter and performer of the drag queen dining establishment LIPS Atlanta. Obtaining success in Hollywood as
contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, television star Willam Belli tours the country as a performer while also gaining a career as a recording artist.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #301
David Plouffe and Richard Wolffe
In this program, David Plouffe, political strategist and author of The Audacity to Win is interviewed by Richard Wolffe, award-winning journalist,
political analyst for MSNBC, and author of Renegade: The Making of a President. David Plouffe was not just the architect of the campaign that
put Barack Obama in the White House; he also built a grassroots movement that changed the face of politics. After managing Obama's
presidential campaign, Plouffe set up Organizing for America, a thirteen-million-strong group to continue the spirit and initiative of the campaign in
everyday civic life.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1293
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #307
May The Force Be Wigg You/Five Zuleans in a Boat (And Gorga)
MAY THE FORCE BE WIGG YOU - One of Multo's gadgets accidentally gives Wigg with super- strength, giving Wigg a chance to live out his
superhero fantasies. But when a bully challenges him to a show of force to determine who's the strongest, Wigg has to rely on his friends (and
their knowledge of force) to save the day. FIVE ZULEANS IN A BOAT (AND GORGA) - While on a relaxing boat trip down the Amazula River, the
Zula Patrol spots Deliria racing up the river, causing mayhem in her vast luxury cruise liner . But her perilous piloting causes the ship to become
wedged in a narrow part of the river. Water builds up behind her boat, threatening a flood! It's up to the Zula Patrol to utilize the law of force to find
a way to pull it free before the Amazula bursts its banks.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 80 of 119
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
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08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #113
Never Kiss An Empress
The invitation to the imperial court still hasn't arrived. Money is short, and Devilius manipulates the innkeeper to demand the hotel bill from
Amadeus' father, Leopold, in advance. Leopold has no other option but to return to Salzburg. Amadeus attempts to meet the Empress during a
visit to the opera, without success. As the Mozarts make their way home in an oxcart, the invitation to the imperial court finally arrives! In a race
against time, the misled innkeeper tries to reach the Mozarts to bring them back. Will Devilius still stand in the way of Amadeus' appearance at
the court, or could Amadeus end up receiving a kiss from the Empress herself? The Music: "Cassation" K. 63; "Turkish March" from Piano Sonata
"Rondo alla Turca" K. 331; et al. Additional Content: In this episode, Amadeus and his family find themselves in several locations of Vienna, once
the cultural capital in Europe (next to Paris). Monti shares information about this city, including its buildings, squares and the famous St.
Stephen's Cathedral.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Healthy Neck
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Strengthen Feet & Fingers
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Fashion-Able, Fallene Wells
Learn about creating a garment collection and producing a fashion show.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#112
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#813
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1009
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#306
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1007
Simple Is Beautiful
Join us on this episode of Knitting Daily and explore both simple and stunning knitwear. We begin with a look at draping, gathering, and ruching in
knitwear and how these simple elements pack a very fashionable punch. Then, on today's how-to segment, Laura Bryant and Barry Klein take a
look at tencel yarns and fashionable projects that can be made with this unique yarn. You'll learn what tencel is and be able to practice knitting
with this yarn in a fun, easy scarf design. Then, on today's yarn spotlight Clara Parkes looks at recycled yarns. Finally, we wrap up today's
episode with a quick tip for getting gauge for specialty yarns so you can either achieve the drape you're looking for in a garment or show off the
yarn you're using.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1304
Perceptions and Approaches to Quilting Today
We all take different steps to get us to the same end result, which is a project and technique we love. Susan Brubaker Knapp begins with an
image first and then transforms it into a quilt. Next, designer Ebony Love utilizes a fabric die cutter as her key element to accomplish fusible,
needle turn and mock needle turn applique. Last is Sophie Rubin a young quilter with a grown up perspective on seeing trends.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4128
01:00p
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Two Savory Soups and Ligurian Focaccia
Sometimes all you need is a little soup and a little bread. Lidia bakes a Focaccia Genovese and serves it with Le Marche Style Bean Soup
prepared with sweet and mellow cabbage. With a few pantry ingredients, she creates a simple and hearty Country Onion Soup.
01:30p
Sara's Weeknight Meals
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #402
Hot Day, Cool Kitchen
Sometimes it's just too hot to turn on the oven. Sara's got the summertime solution with two easy heat free recipes. First, her friend chef
Giuseppe Fanelli joins Sara with a terrific meal-sized Bruschetta al Tonno. Then, Sara whips up Asian Chicken Salad with Carrot Ginger Sauce.
Cool off with Watermelon Screwdrivers, and life is good!
02:00p
Simply Ming
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1121
Rakutaian-Kobe
Anyone who goes to Japan knows about Kobe beef, that wonderful marbled beef found in only one small region in Japan. In this episode of
Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai goes on the road to find out why this beef is so special - and then cooks at one of the best beef restaurants in
Osaka, Rakutaian.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 81 of 119
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
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02:30p
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
APT
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(CC)
N/A #404
High on the Hog
Pork is arguably the heart and soul of the American barbecue tradition. In this show, Steven goes whole hog with two terrific pork dishes. From
the Deep South come Coffee-Crusted Pork Tenderloins with Redeye Barbecue Sauce. Then, demoing the very latest in hi-tech outdoor kitchens,
the Professor spit roasts Coconut-Crusted Ribs and whips up some grilled Tropical Fruit Kebabs to accompany the ribs.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2009
Learn How to Viking Knit
Stephanie Eddy shares some of her secrets about Viking knitting - making a bracelet and ways to add beads to Viking knit. Katie has some
special tips for making stretchy bracelets more durable in her Beading Lesson.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #306
Things That Wrap A Gift
Sharing is the fun of giving and the gift-wrap should be as memorable as the gift itself. There are so many ways to make a present unique. From
decorating the wrap, to creating tags with photos to making a special gift bag - simple touches make wrapping a gift simple and unique.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #407
Scam-A-Rama (Protect Yourself from Being Scammed)
It's a complicated world and there are many ways you can be taken advantage of or cheated. Learn how to recognize a scam, and how to protect
yourself from identify theft, pyramid schemes, and more.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1508
Sea Life
Dive in, as we make a clay shell, sea life finger puppets, an under the sea diorama and window aquarium clings as Hands On goes underwater.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #902
Enclosure
P. Allen Smith explores the design principle of Enclosure in and around the Garden Home Retreat. Allen takes us for a look into a peaceful
garden setting at the Baptist Hospital in Little Rock, known as the Healing Garden while a visit to the Whitehall House demonstrates some
beautiful examples of enclosure.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #520
Winter Greenhouse School: Manhattan, Ny
We visit a public school in the heart of NYC that uses a rooftop greenhouse to teach lessons in sustainability and environmental stewardship.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11015
06:30p
Asia Insight
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#233
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5213
07:30p
Asian Voices
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#317
08:00p
Songs to Keep: Treasures of An Adirondack Folk Collector
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Emmy-winning special SONGS TO KEEP: TREASURES OF AN ADIRONDACK FOLK COLLECTOR opens a musical time capsule from a
hundred years ago. Marjorie Lansing Porter (1891-1973) dedicated her life to preserving the rare folk songs of the Adirondacks. Throughout the
1940s and '50s, Porter traveled throughout New York State, interviewing and recording traditional musicians and singers in the hopes of creating
a comprehensive collection of previously unpublished folk songs, transcripts and other writings. Like folksong collectors Alan Lomax and Anne
and Frank Warner, Porter captured many songs just before the last living tradition bearers died. The Marjorie L. Porter Collection of North Country
Folklore consists of more than 300 traditional ballads, songs from lumber camps and iron mines, Irish and French-Canadian songs, and Iroquois
chants. The collection also includes dozens of oral histories and Porter's collected writings. SONGS TO KEEP features contemporary folk
musicians Lee Knight, David Ruch, Dan Berggren, Alex Smith and others discussing and performing these traditional tunes.
09:00p
Discover Vivaldi's Four Seasons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#101
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 82 of 119
Wed, Jan 21, 2015
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Subtitle
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10:00p
Beyond Theology: What Would Jesus Do?
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Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
"What Would Jesus Do?" - a question popularized by Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's book In His Steps -remains as relevant to American culture
today as when it was first published in 1896. BEYOND THEOLOGY: WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? explores the origins of the "What Would Jesus
Do?" concept, connecting it to sermon stories delivered by Rev. Sheldon, a Kansas minister aligned with the social gospel movement of the 19th
century. The program reconsiders this question in light of the cultural changes which have taken place in the United States over the last few
decades. BEYOND THEOLOGY also examines the manner in which Sheldon applied the in his own life.
11:00p
Living in the Big Empty
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The forbidding and austere landscape of Nevada's Great Basin region attracts people as eclectic as the place they call home. In LIVING IN THE
BIG EMPTY, veteran writers and photographers Richard Menzies, William Fox and Bruce Van Dyke relate compelling stories about the region
and some of its most colorful residents. Profiles include: Frank Van Zandt, creator of Thunder Mountain, a roadside mishmash of cement, rock
and sculpture; drifter Floyd Eaton, the self-appointed lawman of small-town garbage dump; footless hitchhiker and hobo Stanley Gurcze; and
artist Dewayne "Dooby" Williams, who lined a dirt road in Black Rock Desert with work inspired by the Big Empty.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 83 of 119
Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5213
12:30a
Asian Voices
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#319
01:00a
Songs to Keep: Treasures of An Adirondack Folk Collector
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Emmy-winning special SONGS TO KEEP: TREASURES OF AN ADIRONDACK FOLK COLLECTOR opens a musical time capsule from a
hundred years ago. Marjorie Lansing Porter (1891-1973) dedicated her life to preserving the rare folk songs of the Adirondacks. Throughout the
1940s and '50s, Porter traveled throughout New York State, interviewing and recording traditional musicians and singers in the hopes of creating
a comprehensive collection of previously unpublished folk songs, transcripts and other writings. Like folksong collectors Alan Lomax and Anne
and Frank Warner, Porter captured many songs just before the last living tradition bearers died. The Marjorie L. Porter Collection of North Country
Folklore consists of more than 300 traditional ballads, songs from lumber camps and iron mines, Irish and French-Canadian songs, and Iroquois
chants. The collection also includes dozens of oral histories and Porter's collected writings. SONGS TO KEEP features contemporary folk
musicians Lee Knight, David Ruch, Dan Berggren, Alex Smith and others discussing and performing these traditional tunes.
02:00a
Discover Vivaldi's Four Seasons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#101
03:00a
Beyond Theology: What Would Jesus Do?
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
"What Would Jesus Do?" - a question popularized by Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's book In His Steps -remains as relevant to American culture
today as when it was first published in 1896. BEYOND THEOLOGY: WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? explores the origins of the "What Would Jesus
Do?" concept, connecting it to sermon stories delivered by Rev. Sheldon, a Kansas minister aligned with the social gospel movement of the 19th
century. The program reconsiders this question in light of the cultural changes which have taken place in the United States over the last few
decades. BEYOND THEOLOGY also examines the manner in which Sheldon applied the in his own life.
04:00a
Living in the Big Empty
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The forbidding and austere landscape of Nevada's Great Basin region attracts people as eclectic as the place they call home. In LIVING IN THE
BIG EMPTY, veteran writers and photographers Richard Menzies, William Fox and Bruce Van Dyke relate compelling stories about the region
and some of its most colorful residents. Profiles include: Frank Van Zandt, creator of Thunder Mountain, a roadside mishmash of cement, rock
and sculpture; drifter Floyd Eaton, the self-appointed lawman of small-town garbage dump; footless hitchhiker and hobo Stanley Gurcze; and
artist Dewayne "Dooby" Williams, who lined a dirt road in Black Rock Desert with work inspired by the Big Empty.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
Arianna Huffington and Howard Fineman
The co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post talks with MSNBC analyst Fineman.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(CC)
N/A
#302
(N)
N/A
#1294
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #308
Where Did All The Water Go?/The Dew Drops
WHERE DID ALL THE WATER GO? - When Bula reads about a "vanishing lake" in Zula's tabloid newspaper, Zeeter is skeptical. They go to
investigate and find out the lake is hoax perpetrated by the nefarious villain, Dark Truder, whose ultimate goal is to make all the water of Zula
disappear by vaporizing it. He traps Multo, Bula and Zeeter, but they manage to escape, thanks to their knowledge of evaporation and
vaporization. They're too late to stop Dark Truder's wicked plan, but the joke is on Truder - when he learns the hard way that vaporized water
turns to rain. THE DEW DROPS - The Zula Patrol learns all about condensation when they meet the Dew Drops, three drops of water who sing
like a 50's Doo-Wop group. The Dew Drops need the Zula Patrol's help to enter a Battle of the Bands contest. Our heroes discover that Dark
Truder has a condensation-singing group of his own, and will stop at nothing to make the Dew Drops lose! Using what they've learned about
condensation, Wizzy & Wigg and the Zula Patrol save the Dew Drops and foil Truder's plans!
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #114
The Bear Is Loose
Amadeus and his dog, Pumperl, fetch some medicine for Amadeus' sister Nannerl. On the way, Pumperl follows another dog and disappears.
While Amadeus searches for Pumperl, he stumbles on a performing bear at the marketplace. He receives gold coins (ducats) from the crowd for
his violin playing. Devillius, green with envy, devises a plan to catapult his nephew Mario into Amadeus' place. But Mario's fiddling instead causes
the bear to flee through the alleys of Vienna. Eventually, Amadeus' violin playing prevents even worse mishaps. The Music: "Bassoon Concerto in
B Major" K. 191; "Violin Concerto in A Major" K. 219; et al. Additional Content: Monti shows examples of different styles of music, also available
on the Web site.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Brain Aerobics
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#113
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 84 of 119
Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Unlock Your Hips
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Dart Details, Ellen Switzer
Learn how to draft a pencil skirt pattern with quick-and-easy ruffled roses.
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#814
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1010
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#307
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1008
Big and Bold
Big is beautiful on today's Knitting Daily. Join us on today's episode as we take a look at bulky yarns and big designs. We begin with tips for
working with chunky yarns. You'll have the tools you need to dive into big knitting. Then, join crochet designer and author Robyn Chachula as she
and Kristin Omdahl explore crocheted afghans, from lap blankets and lacy motifs, to big and comfy blankets to wrap up in. On today's yarn
spotlight, yarn expert Clara Parkes takes a further look at chunky yarns, what they're ideal for, and how to best use these yarns in your designs.
Finally, we end with a quick tip for huge art knitting, working with more than one strand of yarn.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1305
Contemporary Approaches to Traditional Technique
There is always a lot of discussion on what makes a traditional technique have a contemporary feel. It could be the colors, it might be the
simplicity of the design, and sometimes it's even negative space. Today's show features current artists sharing their interpretation of some
traditional techniques. Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dimensional fabric manipulation of circles. Then, Michelle May has an introduction to folk art
fusion. The fun and whimsy of folk art is fused together with the freedom of art quilting. Finally, Max Hamrick, a dye expert from the Colonial
Williamsburg Foundation, has a lesson on organic dyes passed down thru the years.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4129
01:00p
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #104
Sunday Lunch
A friend invites Rachel Allen to cook a "grown-up" Sunday lunch, which includes slow-cooked shoulder of lamb and piperonata (peppers and
onions), broccoli with garlic and lemon, chocolate amoretti cake
01:30p
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Kent Rathbun, Grilled Salad
Nick creates a sumptuous Grilled Salad with Goat Cheese. Kent Rathbun, head chef at Abacus and Jasper's in Dallas shares the recipe for
Jasper's Tomato, Grilled Asparagus and Blue Cheese Salad with Grilled Chicken.
02:00p
The Jazzy Vegetarian
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #302
Bbq Bash
Host Laura Theodore prepares warm weather cuisine to celebrate a festive summer holiday. Colorful "Jazzy Shish Kebabs" with homemade
barbeque sauce are served over "Quick Quinoa." On the side, tangy "Kale and Tomato Salad" adds a refreshing crunch, while "Chilled ChocoPeanut Butter Cups" make a refreshing and decadent dessert.
02:30p
Essential Pepin
APTEX
(S)
Veg-In!
Ragout Of Asparagus; Zucchini And Tomato Gratin; Cauliflower Gratin; Artichoke Hearts Helen; Corn Tempura.
(CC)
DVI
#104
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2010
Art Inspired Jewelry Making
Blogger Andrew Thornton talks about drawing inspiration from your art and turning your hobby into a business. Then, he shares one of his
favorite new jewelry making techniques on making decorative end caps using epoxy clay. Katie's Beading Lesson is about using beaded chain for
an easy necklace.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #307
Things That Make You Beautiful
There are moments in life when you want to be beautiful; your wedding day is one of those moments. Handcrafting elements for your special day
will make you feel more beautiful. Today's show features ideas for how to make a special pair of crystal drop earrings, a delicate hair piece, and a
gorgeous bracelet that everyone will want!
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 85 of 119
Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #408
The Value of Money
With many currencies around the world, what determines the value of money? What are the factors that raise or lower the value of the american
dollar? Why is the dollar measured against the chinese yuan, the japanese yen, or the euro? Learn why the value of the dollar is important in your
life.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1509
Practical Ideas
A dry erase bulletin board, a take a-long tote, hanging pot made from clay, and recycled pin using pop tabs - all very practical ideas for crafting
every day, today on Hands On.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #903
Shape and Form
P. Allen Smith introduces us to the design principle of Shape and Form with several examples from the Garden Home Retreat and an exciting trip
and tour of Churchill Downs. Allen also visits the Governors Mansion in Arkansas, where bare root roses are being planted. Plus, he talks about
clearing land at the Garden Home Retreat for his one-acre vegetable garden.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #521
The Seed Farmer; Dr. John Navazio-The Organic Seed Alliance: Port Townsend,
Home gardeners are increasingly drawn to heirloom seeds for their unusual flavors, colors and of course, their cultural heritage. But many do not
realize that unless the seeds of those heirloom and open pollinated plants are grown out properly, the genetics are lost forever. In this episode,
we visit the Organic Seed Alliance and meet Dr. John Navazio - one of the pioneers in preserving the cultural heritage of our garden seed supply.
We learn all about seed stewardship, why it is important and what we can do in our own backyards to help preserve these special plants for many
more generations to come.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11016
06:30p
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1130
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5214
07:30p
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#542
08:00p
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1210
The 23 String Band
Known for its fun, fuel-injected sound and humorous repartee, this Cumberland Valley-based group perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass
at the Kentucky Horse Park.
09:00p
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #804
Jason Mraz
Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live from the
Artists Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing"
and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who
wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700person crowd.
10:00p
Champion Trees
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Escaping the ravages of nature and man, the champion trees are the largest of their species in any state. With lives spanning hundreds of years,
these silent sentinels have watched history unfold around them. "Champion Trees" is a one-hour AETN original documentary that explores these
natural wonders and how they influence and inspire the people around them. Featured in the documentary are champion trees such as the
American Holly, Sweet Tupelo, Baldcypress and Dawn Redwood. Also featured is artist Linda Palmer who has spent years photographing and
drawing these trees, artfully preserving them for future generations.
11:00p
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #103
Art Spaces
Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO by Steven Holl (New York); Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PN by Tod Williams Billie Tsien (New
York); Gantt Center for African Arts and Culture, Charlotte, NC by Freelon Group, (Raleigh, NC).
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 86 of 119
Fri, Jan 23, 2015
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AS2 Episode
12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5214
12:30a
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#542
01:00a
Jubilee
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1210
The 23 String Band
Known for its fun, fuel-injected sound and humorous repartee, this Cumberland Valley-based group perform at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass
at the Kentucky Horse Park.
02:00a
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #804
Jason Mraz
Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live from the
Artists Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing"
and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who
wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700person crowd.
03:00a
Champion Trees
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Escaping the ravages of nature and man, the champion trees are the largest of their species in any state. With lives spanning hundreds of years,
these silent sentinels have watched history unfold around them. "Champion Trees" is a one-hour AETN original documentary that explores these
natural wonders and how they influence and inspire the people around them. Featured in the documentary are champion trees such as the
American Holly, Sweet Tupelo, Baldcypress and Dawn Redwood. Also featured is artist Linda Palmer who has spent years photographing and
drawing these trees, artfully preserving them for future generations.
04:00a
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #103
Art Spaces
Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO by Steven Holl (New York); Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PN by Tod Williams Billie Tsien (New
York); Gantt Center for African Arts and Culture, Charlotte, NC by Freelon Group, (Raleigh, NC).
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
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N/A #303
Andrew Ross Sorkin and Bethany Maclean
Andrew Ross Sorkin, financial columnist for the New York Times and author of Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and
Washington Fought to Save the Financial System - and Themselves, talks with Bethany McLean, contributing editor to Vanity Fair, co-author of
The Smartest Guys in the Room.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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DVI #309
The Show Must Float On/tThe Truder Crown Affair
THE SHOW MUST FLOAT ON - It's time for the annual Ballet of the Water Striders, a beautiful water-top dance to celebrate the coming of
Spring. However, during rehearsals the water striders can't keep themselves on top of the water! Enter The Zula Patrol, who find out the water
striders are having trouble holding onto each other. It turns out, an unwelcome substance is making it impossible for the water molecules to form
their natural elastic layer. The ZPers need to find the source of the pollution fast or the water could get way too sick to recover... and the water
ballet will have to be cancelled! THE TRUDER CROWN AFFAIR - Princess Marina invites The Zula Patrol to the Zulean Isles to enjoy her
coronation, but when a suspiciously familiar "Count Von Troodles" takes her crown, the ZPers are back on the job. Unfortunately, Wizzy and Wigg
discover the crown they've retrieved floats instead of sinking like the genuine article. The ZPers will have to get the real crown back from Truder
before he becomes king of the isles and Marina's hopes sink like...well, like her crown should!
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #115
The Broken Key
Amadeus, tired of practicing on a "silent piano" in his hotel room, is thrilled to learn that a grand piano sits in the ballroom for a "Russian Evening."
While he secretly plays the piano, one of the keys breaks. Devilius wants to impress the Russian nobility and manages to put the pianist, due to
perform that night, out of action. In the meantime, Amadeus and Nannerl, with the help of Pumperl, try to earn some money on the street so they
can buy a new key from the piano maker. Can they pull it off in time for the special event? Who will perform that evening? And will it include the
missing piano key? The Music: "Serenade in B Major" K. 361; "Piano Sonata" K. 310; "Serenade in G" ("A Little Serenade") K. 425; et al.
Additional Content: Monti climbs into the piano to show how the visible part of the key connects to the string inside to create a tone. Viewers learn
some basics about the functions of a piano key and the "technique" of a piano.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Walk Your Way to a Healthy Heart 1
NETA
(CC)
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Date: 11/22/2014
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09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Increase Your Energy
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
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#815
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#1011
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N/A
#308
10:30a
Sew It All
NETA
Go Organic, Jennifer Moore
Learn the importance of using organic fabrics for your sewing projects and make a simple pieced blanket.
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1009
Tailored Fabrics
Take a tailor's approach on today's episode of Knitting Daily. We get started with a modular octagon fabric for sculptural effects. Then, on this
episode's how-to segment, Laura Bryant and Barry Klein are back with a tutorial on slip-stitches. Incorporate this technique into your knitwear with
fashionable projects. On today's yarn spotlight segment, Eunny joins Clara Parkes in the knitting lab for a look at boucle yarns. These fun yarns
are a bit tricky to work with, but the results are stunning. We'll look at various boucle yarns that are available. Finally, we wrap up today's episode
with refining a workhorse finishing technique: mattress stitch. Learn how to finish your garments by seaming them row to row, stitch to stitch, and
row to stitch.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1306
Machine and Hand Stitching Explored
Today we explore the many facets of stitching from hand to machine. The stitch path is the blueprint for many quilt designs. First, Candy
Glendening has a free motion sampler. Then, Catherine Redford demonstrates an embroidered chameleon using African folklore embroidery
techniques. Last is Michelle May and more folk art-this time its postcards made from wool.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
01:00p
Essential Pepin
Special Spuds
Garlic Mashed Potatoes; Potato Ragout; Gratin Dauphinoise; Cream Puff Potatoes.
01:30p
Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
KNME
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(CC)
N/A
#4130
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(CC)
DVI
#106
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#102
02:00p
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co. - After The Hunt
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #1206
Teal Duck/Buckley's Camp
Braised Duck in Thai Red Curry tops the menu. At Buckley's Camp near White Castle, Louisiana, Chef Folse prepares stuffed, browned teal
simmered in red wine and duck stock. He concludes with Dutch Treat a la Pat - a tasty collection of stewed ducks, cooked with canned soups and
veggies found in any camp pantry.
02:30p
Cook's Country
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #708
Memphis Ribs and Pretzel Salad
Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Memphis-style Wet Ribs. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop
challenges Chris to a tasting of blue cheese dressing. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate Strawberry
Pretzel Salad.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2011
Bench Jewelry Techniques
Patti Bullard shares some bench jewelry techniques that don't require a lot of space or supplies, plus a tip on how to choose the right pliers for a
special project. She also shows how to texture bracelets and earrings. Katie's Bead Lesson is about stamping on leather, a fast and easy
technique to learn to create a trendy bracelet.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #308
Things That Hang in the Window
There is nothing like a warm summer day, when the windows are open and the sheers are gracefully moving with the wind. Windows are an
interesting part of the home that are decorated with textiles, but can also be adorned with photos, crystals and banners. Learn how to think of this
space as a decorative element of the home.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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N/A #501
What's Your Money Personality?
How do you act with money? Are you a "Money Star," "Oblivious," or "Penny Wise Pound Foolish"? This episode looks at the range of emotional
reactions and connections people have with money. So what personality are you? Find out in this episode.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Fri, Jan 23, 2015
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04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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DVI #1510
Birthdays
Celebrate your birthday with Hands On! We're making cupcake toppers, birthday garlands, party favors, and a fishing game and party
decorations.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
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DVI #904
Framing The View
P. Allen Smith takes a look at the design principle of Framing the View with inviting window treatments and energy efficient windows. We'll also
see how to frame pressed leaves to make botanical artworks and as always, a view of all the beauty of the garden. Plus, we'll get our first look at
the new "Allen's Collections" segment, featuring a unique table setting with glass bottles, old prints, and of course, a few items from the garden.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #522
Farm School - Learning to Be Organic Farmers
"Green Acres is the place to be; farm living is the life for me." You might remember the jingle to the opening of the popular series, Green Acres
from decades ago. But today, the same desire is alive and well and spawning "Organic Farm Schools" all over the country. In this fun episode,
the whole crew enrolls for a week in a New England farm school to learn all they can while there. The cameras are rolling to show the reality side
of organic farm living with our mostly city-slicker crew.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#11017
06:30p
Tomorrow: Japan Beyond 3/11
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#326
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5215
07:30p
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1103
Al Jarreau
Born into the church - his father was a minister and his mother was a church pianist - music and spirituality surrounded Al Jarreau. After earning
his master's degree, he worked as a rehabilitation counselor by day and jazz singer by night. Eventually the night's won out, and music became
his calling card. The hits soon followed with "We're in this Love Together," "Boogie Down," "Morning,"-- the theme from the TV series
Moonlighting-- and even a solo spot on "We Are the World." He has gone on to be the only artist in history to win Grammy awards in three
different categories - Jazz, Pop and R & B. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with 7-time Grammy Award
winner, vocalist Al Jarreau.
08:00p
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#921
Decker & Skinner; Blue Yonder.
09:00p
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1411
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott and Ron Block with Sierra Hull
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott are roots-music titans. The highly regarded writer/singer/multi-instrumentalists have conducted their parallel careers
as solo artists and sidemen, cutting similarly wide swaths across the roots-music landscape. They've continued to release solo albums while
leading their own bands and lending their talents to world-class musical aggregations - notably including O'Brien's stint in Mark Knopfler's touring
unit and Scott's foray with Robert Plant's Band of Joy - as well as having their songs covered by the likes of the Dixie Chicks, Dierks Bentley,
Nickel Creek, Kathy Mattea, Faith Hill, Guy Clark, Sam Bush, Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, Garth Brooks, Patty Loveless, Trace Adkins and Tim
McGraw. The two have just released 'Memories and Moments'. It's their long awaited studio follow-up to the 2000 release 'Real Time'. Ron Block
has long since secured his reputation as a deeply thoughtful and accomplished musician. After two-decades as part of Alison Krauss' band,
Union Station, with whom he's earned a collection of Grammy
10:00p
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #209
When We Were Young
Blue Boy (UCLA) Credited with saving a kid's life, a teenage lifeguard decides to act on his romantic obsession with a gorgeous country club wife.
Directed by Alex Jablonski. Bombshell (NYU) All Daisy wants to do is be one of the boys, but when she tags along with her brother and his
troublesome friends, she realizes where her heart really lies. Written and directed by Erin Sanger.
10:30p
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #408
Men In Black: A Conversation with Ed Solomon
Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his
experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew.
11:00p
New York Originals
NETA
The City Quilter/Art Quilt Gallery; Jane Hotel /Cafe Giane; Worth & Worth Hatmakers; DeNigris Monuments.
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#204
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Fri, Jan 23, 2015
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Theater Talk
EPS
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N/A #720
Dick Cavett
Actresses Roberta Maxwell and Marcia Rodd, plus talk show host Dick Cavett discuss their roles as Lillian Hellman, Mary McCarthy and Dick
Cavett, respectively, in the new play Hellman v. McCarthy, dealing with the bitter legal discuss between the two eminent writers triggered by
McCarthy saying of Hellman on Cavett's show in 1979, "Every word she writes is a lie, including 'and' and 'the'."
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Sat, Jan 24, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
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AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5215
12:30a
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1103
Al Jarreau
Born into the church - his father was a minister and his mother was a church pianist - music and spirituality surrounded Al Jarreau. After earning
his master's degree, he worked as a rehabilitation counselor by day and jazz singer by night. Eventually the night's won out, and music became
his calling card. The hits soon followed with "We're in this Love Together," "Boogie Down," "Morning,"-- the theme from the TV series
Moonlighting-- and even a solo spot on "We Are the World." He has gone on to be the only artist in history to win Grammy awards in three
different categories - Jazz, Pop and R & B. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with 7-time Grammy Award
winner, vocalist Al Jarreau.
01:00a
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#921
Decker & Skinner; Blue Yonder.
02:00a
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1411
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott and Ron Block with Sierra Hull
Tim O'brien & Darrell Scott are roots-music titans. The highly regarded writer/singer/multi-instrumentalists have conducted their parallel careers
as solo artists and sidemen, cutting similarly wide swaths across the roots-music landscape. They've continued to release solo albums while
leading their own bands and lending their talents to world-class musical aggregations - notably including O'Brien's stint in Mark Knopfler's touring
unit and Scott's foray with Robert Plant's Band of Joy - as well as having their songs covered by the likes of the Dixie Chicks, Dierks Bentley,
Nickel Creek, Kathy Mattea, Faith Hill, Guy Clark, Sam Bush, Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, Garth Brooks, Patty Loveless, Trace Adkins and Tim
McGraw. The two have just released 'Memories and Moments'. It's their long awaited studio follow-up to the 2000 release 'Real Time'. Ron Block
has long since secured his reputation as a deeply thoughtful and accomplished musician. After two-decades as part of Alison Krauss' band,
Union Station, with whom he's earned a collection of Grammy
03:00a
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #209
When We Were Young
Blue Boy (UCLA) Credited with saving a kid's life, a teenage lifeguard decides to act on his romantic obsession with a gorgeous country club wife.
Directed by Alex Jablonski. Bombshell (NYU) All Daisy wants to do is be one of the boys, but when she tags along with her brother and his
troublesome friends, she realizes where her heart really lies. Written and directed by Erin Sanger.
03:30a
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #408
Men In Black: A Conversation with Ed Solomon
Men in Black writer, Ed Solomon, explores the genesis of the movie and its journey from pre-production through post. Solomon documents his
experiences getting fired and re-hired on the project, the evolution of the story, and working with the cast and crew.
04:00a
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#204
The City Quilter/Art Quilt Gallery; Jane Hotel /Cafe Giane; Worth & Worth Hatmakers; DeNigris Monuments.
04:30a
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #720
Dick Cavett
Actresses Roberta Maxwell and Marcia Rodd, plus talk show host Dick Cavett discuss their roles as Lillian Hellman, Mary McCarthy and Dick
Cavett, respectively, in the new play Hellman v. McCarthy, dealing with the bitter legal discuss between the two eminent writers triggered by
McCarthy saying of Hellman on Cavett's show in 1979, "Every word she writes is a lie, including 'and' and 'the'."
05:00a
In Good Shape
WNVC
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#139
05:30a
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2906
Conquering Advanced Prostate Cancer
Many advanced cancers are considered incurable and advanced prostate cancer is no exception. But while the cancer may not be "cured" it can
be managed and patients can live healthy lives with advanced prostate cancer. In the medical field, doctors don't cure diseases like diabetes and
hypertension, they control them, and that is a goal with advanced prostate cancer. When a man is diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer he
and his multi- disciplinary team of specialists prepare for an all- out assault on the cancer to keep it from further growth and spreading throughout
the body. In this program we take a look at the latest treatments for advanced prostate cancer-and the changing guidelines/recommendations
regarding screening & PSA.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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N/A
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Sat, Jan 24, 2015
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08:00a
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #301
Pastel Poppy Bouquet
For the student who is just starting to paint the Jenkins style of Floral painting, the Poppy flower is a good one to start with. The Poppy teaches
how to paint all the basic strokes and is considered the easiest Jenkins style flower to paint. Cheerful Daisies are added to this Poppy bouquet.
08:30a
Art 2 Art
KCSM
(CC)
N/A
#202
09:00a
Painting with Paulson
Surging Surf Part II
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1402
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Tone Your Entire Body
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#816
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1012
10:30a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Better Balance with the Ball
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#108
11:00a
Cooking Odyssey
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #204
Athens
Eva visits the city of democracy and a unique eco-friendly store, and Chef Yianni along with a guest chef make loukanopita, roasted leg of lamb
and loukoumades.
11:30a
Chef Paul Prudhomme's Always Cooking!
Frying
Fried Chicken Fingers, Sesame Crusted Fish, Beef & Peanut Wrap.
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#102
12:00n
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #202
Fall's Flavorful Favorites
In this episode, Lidia creates a seasonal meal that says "Family Time! " Pork and grapes are a natural combination, and in today's menu she
prepares Pork Medallions with Grapes; Baked Fennel with Sage and for dessert, a colorful and perfect cold weather Orange in Marsala for
dessert.
12:30p
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #206
Flanagan's Farm
On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans visits Portland, Maine a rugged foodie paradise. To help Pete today are two of
Maine's premiere chefs, Rob Evans and Sam Hayward. First stop for ingredients the trio visits Matt Moretti at Bang Island Mussels where they
learn the art of cultivating mussels. Later in the day Evan Strusinski joins Pete, Rob and Sam to go foraging around the area to find certain items
for the meal. With their newly gathered ingredients...it's time to start cooking. On the menu tonight, Beer-Steamed Mussels, Rainbow Chard and
Russian Kale with King Oyster Mushrooms and Pork Belly, Foraged Salad with Deviled Duck Eggs and Coppa and Casarecce with Goat Ragu. It
must be Maine; the way life should be!
01:00p
Rudy Maxa's World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Rajasthan
Jaipur, the "Pink City," provided the Mughal Empire with its generals even as its civilians were building some of the world's great temples and
palaces. Here travelers find the Hawa Mahal, the Hall of Winds, built with red and pink sandstone. One of Rajasthan's other great cities, Jodhpur,
is less know to the world, even though it loaned its name to a style of riding breeches. This episode takes viewers into the royal rooms behind the
sandstone walls of the Mehrangarh Fort, perched high above the city. And in the back streets of Jodhpur, cameras find the enormous furniture
industry that collects and refurbishes heirloom furniture that make their way to stores around the world. In the dusty countryside outside of
Jodhpur, villagers who have never have seen a Westerner invite Rudy Maxa into their modest homes, and the maharajah of Jodhpur explains
why his palace is now a hotel.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Equitrekking
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(S)
(CC)
N/A #503
Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea
This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the
magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little
Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light.
Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a
longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20
years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea
Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled
canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and
float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons,
dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan,
Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef.
02:00p
Rick Steves' Europe
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #501
Burgundy: Profound France
Burgundy is a calm and cultivated corner of France, where nature is as sophisticated as the people. Traditions are strong here. We'll slow down
to enjoy the region's edible, drinkable, scenic, and floatable delights. We'll travel on a canal barge, visit a medieval hospice and a modern
monastery, build a barrel, appreciate fine Burgundy wine, slurp escargot, and eat very, very well. If you're looking for the quintessential French
culture, you'll find it in Burgundy.
02:30p
Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg
ACCES
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(CC)
Are Intercity Buses The Future of Short-Haul Travel & Hidden Gems of Anchorage,
The meteoric rise of intercity bus travel; Peter's "Hidden Gems" of Anchorage, Alaska; advice for avoiding illness on cruises.
03:00p
Garden Smart
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#105
N/A
#3702
Historic gardens can provide tremendous insight into gardening today. From plants utilized in the distant past to some of the newest and greatest
plants available today, our GardenSMART experts provide lessons galore.
03:30p
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #313
Reservations for Two
Most cookbook recipes have serving sizes for four or more people. But there are a lot of two-family households out there. Allen shares tips on
downsizing a recipe to serve two and also advises about gardening for two. Plus, we'll learn how to prepare a couple of tasty dishes for a
romantic dinner.
04:00p
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #428
Julian Zugazagoitia
Julian Zugazagoitia is the first non-Puerto Rican director of El Museo del Barrio, historically a New York Puerto Rican institution. In 2009, after a
$35 million makeover, El Museo del Barrio opened its doors embracing a new mission. Zugazagoitia talks with Maria Hinojosa about New York
City's changing demographics and the importance of creating more inclusive museums.
04:30p
Overheard with Evan Smith
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #419
Jason Schwartzman, Actor
Jason Schwartzman is an actor and musician whose credits include the HBO series Bored to Death and the films Rushmore, I Heart Huckabees,
Funny People, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and, now in theaters, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
05:00p
They Lived In Great Houses
KCSM
(S)
(CC)
N/A #102
Victoria Manor
Victoria Manor examines the history and personality of this impressive Menlo Park, California home. Victoria Manor was considered to have "the
best of everything" - from lush gardens and pools to the finest Italian marble and vaulted archways. With accounts from historians, experts,
architects and descendents, this program focuses on the man behind Victoria Manor's unmistakable grandeur, Leon Douglas.Douglas had found
success as both a wealthy businessman and as an inventor. He recorded the first phonograph music ("Caruso Operas"), ushered in the era of
artist royalty fees and pioneered the use of underwater film and color motion picture film. Victor Co. - named for his wife, Victoria - also was the
largest advertiser in the world in the early 1900s.
05:30p
Natural Heroes
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A #613
American Outrage
Carrie and Mary Dann are feisty Western Shoshone sisters who have endured five terrifying livestock roundups by armed federal marshals in
which more than a thousand of their horses and cattle were confiscated -- for grazing their livestock on the open range outside their private ranch.
Contrasting the Dann's personal lives with their political actions, AMERICAN OUTRAGE examines and asks why the United States government
would spend millions of dollars persecuting and prosecuting two elderly women grazing livestock in a desolate Nevada desert?
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 93 of 119
Sat, Jan 24, 2015
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06:00p
Focus On Europe
06:30p
Asia This Week
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N/A
#3303
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N/A
#442
07:00p
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
Wrinkle, Wrinkle, Little Star
In this fun-filled episode, we will meet two outrageous characters who came to the casting call with incredible energy, a polished pitch and a dryer
ball designed to take wrinkles out of clothes. Will Howe and Ric Payne own a popular nightspot in Indianapolis, share a longtime friendship and
the love of inventing. Will their dryer ball invention live up to our development team's high expectations or will our inventors have to drive their
motorcycles back to Indianapolis?
07:30p
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1303
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play the memorable tune, "Tea for Two," and the signature lick from The Jackson Five hit "I
Want You Back." Featured guests include Bobby Floyd, Dave Powers and Andy LaVerne.
08:00p
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
Open Wings Broken Strings
The Open Wings Broken Strings tour pulls into Infinity Hall with Ed Kowalczyk, Emerson Hart and Leigh Nash, all performing individual acoustic
sets. Ed Kowalczyk, most famous as the singer/songwriter of the multi-million album-selling alternative rock band Live, performs an unplugged
set of his former group's hit singles such as "I Alone" as well as his newer solo work. He is also responsible for creating the Open Wings Broken
Strings Tour. Kowalczyk explained the origin of the tour's name. "At the height of songwriting epiphanies, I seem to always break strings 'cause
you get so excited. Bang! The string breaks. But there's this moment where you're really soaring. Open Wings Broken Strings just kind of came
out of that." Joining Kowalczyk on the tour is lead singer/songwriter Emerson Hart of another alternative rock band, Tonic. Tonic's first album,
Lemon Parade, went multi-platinum with featured hits "Open Your Eyes" and "If You Could Only See," which became radio's most played songs
in 1997. In 2007, Emerson went solo and signed with EMI/Manhattan Records, continuing his successful career. His solo acoustic set brings a
new intimacy to these well-known songs. Another featured artist of Open Wings Broken Strings is Leigh Nash, lead singer of Sixpence None the
Richer. With hit singles like "Kiss Me," "There She Goes," and "Breathe Your Name," Sixpence None the Richer successfully reached platinum
status over the past decade, along with picking up a Grammy nomination and several Dove Awards. Now Nash is offering a new perspective on
the group's biggest hits as she tours with Open Wings Broken Strings. While each artist performs their own individual acoustic sets, the show
features a final performance with all three artists on stage together for a cover of The Band's classic "The Weight." Infinity Hall Live allows for a
wonderful experience and by hearing the instruments "stripped down, intimate and acoustic, " as Kowalczyk explains it, "you'll hear the strings on
the guitar vibrate and buzz."
09:00p
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #306
Alt-J
This English indie quartet and 2012 Mercury Prize winners bring their hypnotic sound to perform tracks from their critically acclaimed debut
release, An Awesome Wave, including "Tessellate" and "Breezeblocks."
10:00p
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1328
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Scandinavia
Merrilees takes a culinary tour around Scandinavia, a region infused with Viking history and heritage. She begins her travels at a Viking festival,
learns how to smoke herring in a Swedish village, assists with the smorgasbord at the Midsummer Festival, prepares moose with Lars Backman the inspiration for the Swedish Chef on "The Muppet Show" - and cooks with the Sami people at the Arctic Circle.
11:00p
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #404
Calypso Rose: The Lioness of the Jungle
Calypso Rose, the ambassador of Caribbean music, is a living legend, a charismatic character and the uncontested diva of calypso. Cameras
follow Rose from Paris to her native Tobago, then to New York where she lives, and back to her ancestral homeland, Africa. Each place reveals
another face and facet of the complex woman behind the public persona.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 94 of 119
Sun, Jan 25, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
12:00a
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #303
Wrinkle, Wrinkle, Little Star
In this fun-filled episode, we will meet two outrageous characters who came to the casting call with incredible energy, a polished pitch and a dryer
ball designed to take wrinkles out of clothes. Will Howe and Ric Payne own a popular nightspot in Indianapolis, share a longtime friendship and
the love of inventing. Will their dryer ball invention live up to our development team's high expectations or will our inventors have to drive their
motorcycles back to Indianapolis?
12:30a
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1303
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play the memorable tune, "Tea for Two," and the signature lick from The Jackson Five hit "I
Want You Back." Featured guests include Bobby Floyd, Dave Powers and Andy LaVerne.
01:00a
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
Open Wings Broken Strings
The Open Wings Broken Strings tour pulls into Infinity Hall with Ed Kowalczyk, Emerson Hart and Leigh Nash, all performing individual acoustic
sets. Ed Kowalczyk, most famous as the singer/songwriter of the multi-million album-selling alternative rock band Live, performs an unplugged
set of his former group's hit singles such as "I Alone" as well as his newer solo work. He is also responsible for creating the Open Wings Broken
Strings Tour. Kowalczyk explained the origin of the tour's name. "At the height of songwriting epiphanies, I seem to always break strings 'cause
you get so excited. Bang! The string breaks. But there's this moment where you're really soaring. Open Wings Broken Strings just kind of came
out of that." Joining Kowalczyk on the tour is lead singer/songwriter Emerson Hart of another alternative rock band, Tonic. Tonic's first album,
Lemon Parade, went multi-platinum with featured hits "Open Your Eyes" and "If You Could Only See," which became radio's most played songs
in 1997. In 2007, Emerson went solo and signed with EMI/Manhattan Records, continuing his successful career. His solo acoustic set brings a
new intimacy to these well-known songs. Another featured artist of Open Wings Broken Strings is Leigh Nash, lead singer of Sixpence None the
Richer. With hit singles like "Kiss Me," "There She Goes," and "Breathe Your Name," Sixpence None the Richer successfully reached platinum
status over the past decade, along with picking up a Grammy nomination and several Dove Awards. Now Nash is offering a new perspective on
the group's biggest hits as she tours with Open Wings Broken Strings. While each artist performs their own individual acoustic sets, the show
features a final performance with all three artists on stage together for a cover of The Band's classic "The Weight." Infinity Hall Live allows for a
wonderful experience and by hearing the instruments "stripped down, intimate and acoustic, " as Kowalczyk explains it, "you'll hear the strings on
the guitar vibrate and buzz."
02:00a
Front and Center
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #306
Alt-J
This English indie quartet and 2012 Mercury Prize winners bring their hypnotic sound to perform tracks from their critically acclaimed debut
release, An Awesome Wave, including "Tessellate" and "Breezeblocks."
03:00a
Globe Trekker
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1328
Globe Trekker Food Hour: Scandinavia
Merrilees takes a culinary tour around Scandinavia, a region infused with Viking history and heritage. She begins her travels at a Viking festival,
learns how to smoke herring in a Swedish village, assists with the smorgasbord at the Midsummer Festival, prepares moose with Lars Backman the inspiration for the Swedish Chef on "The Muppet Show" - and cooks with the Sami people at the Arctic Circle.
04:00a
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #404
Calypso Rose: The Lioness of the Jungle
Calypso Rose, the ambassador of Caribbean music, is a living legend, a charismatic character and the uncontested diva of calypso. Cameras
follow Rose from Paris to her native Tobago, then to New York where she lives, and back to her ancestral homeland, Africa. Each place reveals
another face and facet of the complex woman behind the public persona.
05:00a
Drexel Interview
NETA
(CC)
N/A #304
Sal Mangione
In this episode of The Drexel InterView, host Paula Marantz Cohen interviews Dr. Sal Mangione, Associate Professor of Medicine for the
Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Mangione also serves as Director of the History of Medicine Series for the Jefferson
Medical College, where he regularly lectures on the anatomical studies of Leonardo da Vinci. Mangione demonstrates extraordinary knowledge of
the life and work of da Vinci, the subject of this episode's conversation. Illustrating his points with a wide range of da Vinci's anatomical drawings,
Mangione extolls the accuracy of the artist's work and its relevance to contemporary medical study. Further, he recounts the fascinating "outsider"
life of da Vinci and how it contributed to these drawings-all of which remained inaccessible for more than three centuries after his death.
Mangione also explains how da Vinci's daring dissections reflected his thirst for knowledge and his genius for melding art and science. Recorded
at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, this episode features conversation about
Leonardo da Vinci's innovative contribution to art and science-paired with select drawings-in a striking gallery space.
05:30a
Moneywise with Kelvin Boston
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #802
Staying Up in a Down Economy
Host Kelvin Boston, acclaimed motivational speaker Willie Jolley and best-selling author and healthy living guru Dr. Rovenia Brock (Dr. Ro)
explore ways to stay positive during an economic downturn. This episode also features small business development tips from Marie Johns,
deputy administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 95 of 119
Sun, Jan 25, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
Distrib
Stereo
KCSM
Cap
(N)
AS2 Episode
N/A
#1297
08:00a
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #602
The Sod Roofed Cabin
Sarah tours the interior of a sod roofed cabin in Polson, Montana with the founder of the Miracle of America Museum who describes the rigors
and joys of rural life. Roger uses acrylics to paint the timber and sod cabin from the 1890's.
08:30a
Color World with Gary Spetz
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Color Dubrovnik
Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to arrive at the "pearl of the Adriatic": the ancient city of Dubrovnik. Here he walks its tall,
historic city walls-exploring its unique "Old Town" district. Venturing above and beyond the "Old Town," he seeks different perspectives of this
picturesque oceanside gem.
09:00a
Wyland's Art Studio
Florida's Manatee
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#202
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Strengthen & Shape Your Legs
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#817
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1013
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#128
10:30a
Power Yoga: Mind and Body
Breath
With cat rolls, Laura's Series, Jathara Parivarttanasana, Moon rise and others.
11:00a
Cathlyn's Korean Kitchen
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Kimchi, Heart of Korean Foods
This episode will explore the basics of Korean food culture and why a typical Korean meal is comprised of a variety of Banchan side dishes.
Featuring Kimchi as the main ingredient, Cathlyn will share her family recipe of making quick and easy cabbage Kimchi along with other delicious
fusion recipes.
11:30a
Tina's Ageless Kitchen
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
Food with Phyte
On today's episode, Tina prepares Jerk Shrimp and Chow Chow accompanied by Strawberry Jalapeno Lemonade. Tina reviews the ingredients
in this recipe that will help with blood flow and circulation.
12:00n
Ciao Italia
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2402
Focaccia Recco-Style/Focaccia Di Recco
Mary Ann re-creates, step-by-step, the elegant art of making one of Liguria's most famous "street foods" Focaccia di Recco, named after the town
that made it famous for it's crispy outsides and creamy, cheese-filled insides that have captured the hearts - and appetites - of Italians, and now
Americans too!
12:30p
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #115
Romance of the Delta
Life takes on its own rhythm in the water world of the Mekong Delta. Martin visits a unique guesthouse where guests can harvest fruit in the
orchard and cook the fish they catch in nearby ponds. The delta is also rich with coconut farms. Martin visits a home where they make unique
coconut rice crepes. Recipes: Cabbage Duck Roll, Jackfruit Sago Cream.
01:00p
Wild Photo Adventures
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #202
Spring Wildlife of North Carolina's Outer Banks
Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner discovers nesting woodpeckers and a fox den to photograph along the remote
beaches on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with nature photographer Jared Lloyd.
01:30p
Wonders of the West
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #105
Great Basin
Unspoiled and uncrowded, Great Basin is Nevada's only national park. Hike with us to the ridge of Wheeler Peak to see the only glacier in the
southern United States. Visit a bristlecone pine forest, home to some of the world's oldest trees, explore caves, fish for Bonneville cutthroat trout
and learn about fossil digging for trilobites!
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 96 of 119
Sun, Jan 25, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
02:00p
Aviators
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#508
EPIC AIRCRAFT: Surprise! Anthony gets an unexpected opportunity to fly a brand new turboprop-driven aircraft. JET TRUCK: 3 jet engines,
48,000 horsepower, and over 350 miles per hour, this land-based vehicle puts competing airplanes to shame!
02:30p
Jonathan Bird's Blue World
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #408
Stargate Blue Hole and Sponges
Segment 1: Stargate Blue Hole. In a remote part of Andros Island in the Bahamas, a deep crack in the ground leads into a beautiful and stunning
underwater cave system. Jonathan joins a veteran cave explorer to plumb the crystal clear water in the depths of Stargate Blue Hole. Segment 2:
Sponges. A sponge might not look like much, but these simple animals with no brain or ability to move have lived on Earth for hundreds of
millions of years. They can hunt prey and spawn, and Jonathan demonstrates how in this fascinating segment!
03:00p
American Woodshop
Wall Clocks
Turned finials and posts set these apart from all other designs.
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1902
03:30p
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #502
Arts & Crafts Rocking Chair
Guest: TOM MCLAUGHLIN. This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, host Tommy MacDonald hits the road and heads out to
the Windy City of Chicago. For inspiration, he visits the Art Institute of Chicago to appreciate some classic woodwork and get inspired for his next
project, an Arts and Crafts Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired rocking chair. Back home, friend and furniture maker, Tom McLaughlin, joins Tommy in
the shop to create this stylistic rocking chair.
04:00p
Feel Grand with Jane Seymour
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#108
04:30p
Happy Yoga with Sarah Starr
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
Forest Cove
Rejuvenate inside a lush forest cove as we get those good endorphins flowing, feeling replenished with gentle stretching for all your major
muscles, including legs, hips, back, shoulders and neck, using a chair for support.
05:00p
Start Up
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #113
It Looks Good On You
Gary and the crew travel to Washington, DC, to meet with Roger and Bryan, the founders of "Pleasant Pops," a brand of paletas, a traditional
Mexican frozen treat, that come in over 100 flavors and are made from ingredients that are locally sources. They then head to Detroit MI to meet
with Dai, who started Astro Coffee, a hip single-brew coffee house that offer's local and seasonal selections. And last, they swing by Chicago, IL
to chat with Phil, who started "Doejo," a digital agency that's helping startups and brands build momentum.
05:30p
Well Read
APTEX
(CC)
N/A #333
Carol Cassella, Gemini
Anesthesiologist and author Cassella explores end-of-life issues in her latest novel, a mystery set amid the world of doctors and medicine.
06:00p
California's Gold
KCET
(CC)
N/A #14019
Basset Hound Picnic
Huell goes to the 1997 Basset Hound Picnic, sponsored by the Basset Hound Club of So. Cal. Watch as the dogs are judged on longest ears,
best howl and saddest face.
06:30p
In The Americas with David Yetman
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #310
Alaska: The Wilderness of the Volcanoes
In this episode, David visits two of Alaska's vast national parks, Lake Clark and Katmai, each with a heritage of volcanic activity. Their thriving
ecosystems illustrate nature's ability to recover from cataclysmic events. The villages of Native Americans continue as well, along with their
traditions.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 97 of 119
Sun, Jan 25, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
07:00p
Seeking The Greatest Good
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Although born of wealth and privilege, Gifford Pinchot (1865-1946) dedicated his life to public service - advocating for the sustainable
management of natural resources. He championed the establishment of the National Forests and the U.S. Forest Service, where he served as its
first chief under President Theodore Roosevelt. Pinchot believed in the democratization of national resources, and fought to ensure that a few
powerful individuals could not monopolize these resources for their own financial gain. To him, natural wealth belonged to the the nation as a
whole, and therefore should provide "the greatest good to the greatest number of people for the long run." SEEKING THE GREATEST GOOD
chronicles the legacy of Pinchot's "practical conservation" philosophy, and celebrates its relevance in helping to understand and solve today's
conservation challenges. Supplemented by archival materials and awe-inspiring nature photography, SEEKING THE GREATEST GOOD
interweaves events in U.S. environmental history with Pinchot's life story and career achievements. The documentary also profiles those
responsible for shaping Pinchot's principles and perspectives, including his parents, Mary and James; George Perkins Marsh and his landmark
1865 book, Man and Nature; and fellow progressives John Muir and George Bird Grinnell.
08:00p
Asian and Abrahamic Religions: A Divine Encounter In America
10:00p
The Pink Room
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
THE PINK ROOM tells the story of Mien and other young girls who have been victimized in the unspeakably dark world of child sex slavery. Mien
grew up in Svay Pak, Cambodia, a small village notorious for one thing: the trafficking of children. At a young age Mien entered life in a brothel,
and her virginity was sold for a high price. Held hostage and raped daily by eager pedophiles, Mien's sense of self-worth is diminished with each
customer. But this is not just a story about the problem. The Pink Room is an inspiring story of restoration as ordinary people become heroes,
lives are mended, and Cambodians rise up to take back their country. In a world where it is estimated that over one million children are held
captive and sexually abused, a flower blooms in the heart of Cambodia.
11:00p
To Be Heard
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
A look at a unique poetry class in the Bronx for at-risk kids where anything could be said or shared. This one-hour documentary is directed and
produced by the instructors who run the poetry program; their commitment to their students is palpable, the impact on their students' lives is real
and long-lasting.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 98 of 119
Mon, Jan 26, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Seeking The Greatest Good
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Although born of wealth and privilege, Gifford Pinchot (1865-1946) dedicated his life to public service - advocating for the sustainable
management of natural resources. He championed the establishment of the National Forests and the U.S. Forest Service, where he served as its
first chief under President Theodore Roosevelt. Pinchot believed in the democratization of national resources, and fought to ensure that a few
powerful individuals could not monopolize these resources for their own financial gain. To him, natural wealth belonged to the the nation as a
whole, and therefore should provide "the greatest good to the greatest number of people for the long run." SEEKING THE GREATEST GOOD
chronicles the legacy of Pinchot's "practical conservation" philosophy, and celebrates its relevance in helping to understand and solve today's
conservation challenges. Supplemented by archival materials and awe-inspiring nature photography, SEEKING THE GREATEST GOOD
interweaves events in U.S. environmental history with Pinchot's life story and career achievements. The documentary also profiles those
responsible for shaping Pinchot's principles and perspectives, including his parents, Mary and James; George Perkins Marsh and his landmark
1865 book, Man and Nature; and fellow progressives John Muir and George Bird Grinnell.
01:00a
Asian and Abrahamic Religions: A Divine Encounter In America
03:00a
The Pink Room
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
THE PINK ROOM tells the story of Mien and other young girls who have been victimized in the unspeakably dark world of child sex slavery. Mien
grew up in Svay Pak, Cambodia, a small village notorious for one thing: the trafficking of children. At a young age Mien entered life in a brothel,
and her virginity was sold for a high price. Held hostage and raped daily by eager pedophiles, Mien's sense of self-worth is diminished with each
customer. But this is not just a story about the problem. The Pink Room is an inspiring story of restoration as ordinary people become heroes,
lives are mended, and Cambodians rise up to take back their country. In a world where it is estimated that over one million children are held
captive and sexually abused, a flower blooms in the heart of Cambodia.
04:00a
To Be Heard
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
A look at a unique poetry class in the Bronx for at-risk kids where anything could be said or shared. This one-hour documentary is directed and
produced by the instructors who run the poetry program; their commitment to their students is palpable, the impact on their students' lives is real
and long-lasting.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #304
Katharine Graham and Andrea Mitchell
In an interview taped in 1997, Katharine Graham, former publisher of The Washington Post and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, talks with Andrea
Mitchell, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, NBC News.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1298
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #310
The Great River Race/When You Wish Upon A Sea Star
THE GREAT RIVER RACE - As The Zula Patrol competes in Zula's annual Great River Race, their nemesis, Dark Truder, plans to win the race
by cheating so he can become famous which he's sure will cause people to finally listen to him. Unfortunately for Truder, every time he plots to
knock the ZPers out of the competition, they rally back using their newfound knowledge about rivers. In the end, with quite a bit of help from
Gorga, the ZPers win the race and Truder and Traxie wind up all wet. WHEN YOU WISH UPON A SEA STAR - The Zula Patrol is spending a fun
day at the beach, when they meet Stella, a young Sea Star, in a tide pool. She needs the Zula Patrol's help to find her way back home, and in
the process, our heroes learn all about the ocean's different habitats, and their fascinating inhabitants.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #116
Slippery When Wet
The empress invites the Mozarts to the imperial court again. The children persuade two of the hotel employees to pose as their parents (who
can't be reached) and accompany them to the court. This leads to problems when the real parents hear about the invitation and rush to the
palace. In the meantime, Amadeus and Nannerl enjoy sliding on the polished floors of the palace with Marie Antoinette, the empress' youngest
daughter. Will Devilius stop another one of Amadeus' successes, or will he slip up? The Music: "Organ Fantasy in F Minor" K. 608; et al.
Additional Content: Monti reveals the enormous size of the real imperial palace. Viewers see the Schonbrunn palace, inside and out, and together
with Monti and Amadeus, stroll through some of its impressive rooms.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Walk Your Way to a Healthy Heart 2
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Burn Calories & Lose Weight
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#115
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#818
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1014
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 99 of 119
Mon, Jan 26, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
Distrib
10:30a
Sew It All
NETA
Sewing Space Spruce-Up, Jacquie Gering
Bring new life into your sewing space with matching curtains, a stool and a sewing machine cover.
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#309
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1010
Laceweights
Working with laceweight yarns can be tricky, but the results are always rewarding. On today's episode we explore working with lace weight yarns
beginning with a tutorial on producing larger gauge fabrics with these fine yarns, such as choosing needle sizes and perfecting your stockinette
fabric. Next, on this season's second knitalong, designer Kristin Omdahl begins the Wheeled Lace Shawl knitalong. This shawl uses lace weight
yarns for a feminine piece that will surely be cherished. On today's yarn spotlight with Clara Parkes, we'll look at luxury yarns, but not the type you
may think. There's a new spin on luxury with possum and laceweight yarns. Finally, we wrap up this episode with bind-off methods that are better
for lace projects because they'll give you a stretchy edge.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1307
Modern Quilting Meets Folk Art
Two very distinct quilt approaches, modern quilting and folk art, have one very important element in common-they both thrive on a simple clean
aesthetic. Today's three designers take a simple approach with very different techniques. First, Catherine Redford makes a modern place mat
using hexagons. Then, Ebony love demonstrates die-cut trapunto. Finally, Michelle May shows how to create a felted flower brooch in the folk art
style.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4131
01:00p
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1402
A Fancy Finale
Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate dessert, Chocolate-Espresso Dacquoise. Chris then
reveals the science behind egg whites. And finally, Chris answers viewer questions in Letters to the Editor.
01:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
Pati's Texican
Inspired by her years living in Texas, Pati creates a series of dishes that combine her passion for Mexican cuisine and her favorite foods of
America's Lone Star State. Her oldest son, Alan, who was born in Texas and is fully Tex-Mex, joins her in the kitchen. Recipe 1: Tex-Mex Chili;
Recipe 2: Poblano, Bacon & Cheddar Skillet Corn Bread; Recipe 3: Mexican Chocolate Doughnuts.
02:00p
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
APTEX
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N/A #303
Gaucho Grill
Gaucho describes the cowboys of northern Argentina and southern Brazil. These rustic cattle herders developed a simple yet powerful style of
grilling over an open wood fire, a tradition still celebrated around Planet Barbecue today. Here are three indispensible gaucho favorites: Chicken
roasted in a salt crust, from Uruguay's celebrity grill master, Francis Mallmann; the monster beef ribs that made the reputation of Brazil's famous
grill house, Fogo de Chao; and a dessert from Brazil's cattle country, a pineapple you roast on the rotisserie. Chicken in a Salt Crust; Gaucho
Beef Ribs; Brazilian Rotisserie Pineapple.
02:30p
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #103
Transformations
Kevin serves up a crock of Kilmore Quay mussels with bacon in white wine. Next it's chicken thighs with Asian stuffing and a sticky teriyaki glaze
followed by Hasselback potatoes; cherry tomato and roasted garlic soup; and a Kinky Eton mess served with basil oil.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2012
Needle Tatting and Chainmaille
Lauren Andersen, The Chainmaille Lady has a new take on mixing other materials with chainmaille, including needle tatting and premade cuffs.
Lauren also shares a tip for making your own jump rings. Katie makes a beaded cluster bracelet in her Beading Lesson.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #309
Things That Shimmer
Who knew glitter could be so much fun, used in so many places and in so many different ways? A touch of glitter will make you happy - and
working with glitter does result in a shimmering smile! Learn how to apply glitter using wet and dry adhesives as well as how to mix glitters to
create designs with depth and dimension, on today's show.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #502
Business Structures
What structure is right for your future business? It's not just "incorporated" anymore. Join us and learn about LLCs, sole proprietorships,
partnerships, and more. Examine the pros and cons of each business structure and discover which one could be right for you. Meet two girls who
were able to start both a non-profit organization and a for-profit company, all from selling honey.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 100 of 119
Mon, Jan 26, 2015
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04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1511
Pets
Pets are so important we thought we'd devote a whole show to them with a pet leash, pet bowls, a bobble head replica of your pet, and even an
outfit for a pet or stuffed animal. Hands On pays tribute to our pets.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #905
Entry
P. Allen Smith explores the design principle of Entry by showing us to the Garden Home Retreat's grand front door and containers full of herbs.
Allen demonstrates the use of some of Mother Nature's unique gifts to decorate his front door. Allen also visits a plant in Indiana that goes above
and beyond the call of duty with recycling. Plus, we'll take a look at a unique home for Allen's chickens called "The Chicken Temple".
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(CC)
N/A #523
Farmgirls: Seattle, Wa
Today, there are many women who for a variety of reasons have taken it upon themselves to feed their families off the land in their own urban
backyards. In this episode, we visit several such women who not only have the goal of feeding their families healthy, sustainable food, but are
also teaching others to do the same. From a trained chef educating virtually with a massive online audience to a permaculture pioneer who
shares her vision one garden at a time through classes as well as design and installations throughout the Pacific Northwest, it's all about living off
the land while living in the city.
06:00p
Journal
06:30p
Focus On Europe
07:00p
Newsline
07:30p
08:00p
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#11018
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(CC)
N/A
#3303
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5216
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1103
Wilderness Plots: In Concert
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
WILDERNESS PLOTS began as a book of 50 vignettes which traced the settlement of the Ohio Valley. Inspired by Scott Russell Sanders' book,
Tim Grimm and a group of fellow singer-songwriters - Krista Detor, Carrie Newcomer, Tom Roznowski, and Michael White - developed songs
based on the book. Their creative collaboration soon yielded an album and a fully staged touring show and the public television special,
Wilderness Plots: Songs and Stories of the Prairie (also in distribution through APT Exchange). WILDERNESS PLOTS: IN CONCERT follows
Grimm, Detor, Newcomer, Roznowski and White as they re-unite to once again perform tunes based on the book, with Sanders offering dramatic
introductions to the songs.
09:00p
Backstage Pass
The Lash
Celtic-American mash-up from a Michigan favorite.
10:00p
Defying Gravity: A Historic Achievement In Glass Featuring Josh Simpson
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#306
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
DEFYING GRAVITY: A HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT IN GLASS FEATURING JOSH SIMPSON follows renowned glass artist Josh Simpson as he
crafts the largest glass object of his career: a luminous 100-pound "Megaplanet. " Cameras capture every step of the year-and-a-half process
from commission to creation. The film features interviews with the makers of custom tools required for the project; Simpson's triumphs,
disappointments, technical obstacles and inspiration, and the grand unveiling of the "Megaplanet" at the Corning Museum of Glass in New York.
11:00p
The Heart of the Matter
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Heart of the Matter is a documentary examining America's #1 birth defect - congenital heart defects. Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs), occur
in approximately one out every 100 live births in the U.S. The documentary features information about the disease; its history, present and future.
The story is told through interviews with leading congenital heart specialists in the United States: doctors, nurses, scientists, patients and families.
The focus of the documentary is a call for greater public awareness of America's #1 birth defect and the need for more research that will
ultimately lead to better detection, increased survival rates, improved quality of life and, hopefully, eradicate congenital heart defects altogether.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 101 of 119
Tue, Jan 27, 2015
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12:00a
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5216
12:30a
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1103
01:00a
Wilderness Plots: In Concert
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
WILDERNESS PLOTS began as a book of 50 vignettes which traced the settlement of the Ohio Valley. Inspired by Scott Russell Sanders' book,
Tim Grimm and a group of fellow singer-songwriters - Krista Detor, Carrie Newcomer, Tom Roznowski, and Michael White - developed songs
based on the book. Their creative collaboration soon yielded an album and a fully staged touring show and the public television special,
Wilderness Plots: Songs and Stories of the Prairie (also in distribution through APT Exchange). WILDERNESS PLOTS: IN CONCERT follows
Grimm, Detor, Newcomer, Roznowski and White as they re-unite to once again perform tunes based on the book, with Sanders offering dramatic
introductions to the songs.
02:00a
Backstage Pass
The Lash
Celtic-American mash-up from a Michigan favorite.
03:00a
Defying Gravity: A Historic Achievement In Glass Featuring Josh Simpson
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#306
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
DEFYING GRAVITY: A HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT IN GLASS FEATURING JOSH SIMPSON follows renowned glass artist Josh Simpson as he
crafts the largest glass object of his career: a luminous 100-pound "Megaplanet. " Cameras capture every step of the year-and-a-half process
from commission to creation. The film features interviews with the makers of custom tools required for the project; Simpson's triumphs,
disappointments, technical obstacles and inspiration, and the grand unveiling of the "Megaplanet" at the Corning Museum of Glass in New York.
04:00a
The Heart of the Matter
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Heart of the Matter is a documentary examining America's #1 birth defect - congenital heart defects. Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs), occur
in approximately one out every 100 live births in the U.S. The documentary features information about the disease; its history, present and future.
The story is told through interviews with leading congenital heart specialists in the United States: doctors, nurses, scientists, patients and families.
The focus of the documentary is a call for greater public awareness of America's #1 birth defect and the need for more research that will
ultimately lead to better detection, increased survival rates, improved quality of life and, hopefully, eradicate congenital heart defects altogether.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #305
David Boren and Neal Conan
In a 2008 interview, David Boren, President of the University of Oklahoma and former U.S. Senator, discusses his book A Letter to America with
Neal Conan, host of NPR's "Talk of the Nation."
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1299
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #311
Mine Shaft/The Crystal Cavern
MINE SHAFT - Dark Truder is at it again. At Zula's mines, he switches the labels of the minerals being shipped out to manufacturing plants and
now everything is in disarray. Then, disguised as a home redecorating guru, Truder gets the ZPers to replace their "dingy old" equipment. Soon,
at the ZP HQ and all over Zula, nothing, absolutely nothing, is working like it should. While the ZPers, in their new wobbly ship, try to find out
what's gone wrong, Truder is the only one with equipment that works properly! Will Truder finally win? THE CRYSTAL CAVERN - Thanks to a
rocky Truder space chase, The Zula Patrol needs a new crystal to power their ship. That means an expedition to the mysterious Crystal Cavern,
where the legendary (and notoriously growly) Big Toe lives. Will they find the special crystal they need in time to stop Truder, or will they hit rock
bottom?
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #117
Small Pox
Nannerl collapses during a concert at the palace, but no one knows why. When someone mentions smallpox, Devilius pretends to fall ill.
Amadeus thinks the amulet Nannerl lost during the concert at the palace will help her regain her health and sneaks into the palace to look for it.
Meanwhile, Devilius enjoys the attention he receives from his accomplices Mario and Monti. Does Nannerl really have smallpox? Will the amulet
heal her? And will anyone discover Devilius' feigned sickness? The Music: "Violin Sonata in F" K. 376; "Menuett in D Major" K. 94; et al.
Additional Content: Monti plays music with various dynamic and timbre to introduce the concept of tempo. Then, Monti explains the three tempi:
adagio, andante and allegro, and viewers hear what each sounds like.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Younger Muscles In 30 Days
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Tone Your Abs & Strengthen Your Legs
NETA
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#116
(CC)
DVI
#819
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 102 of 119
Tue, Jan 27, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Serger Crochet, Ellen Osten
Emulate the look of crochet by using a serger.
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1015
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#310
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1011
Sock It to Me
One of the most popular things to knit are socks. On today's getting started segment we dive into designing the basic sock. Then, on today's howto segment, Kristin Omdahl continues with the second installment of the shawl knitalong. Kristin demonstrates the medallion chart portion of this
pattern, and shows how to increase and decrease correctly. On today's yarn spotlight we're back to sock knitting with sock yarns. Clara explores
various types of yarns perfect for knitted socks. Then, we wrap up this episode with a quick tip for finishing your toes with kitchener stitch.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1308
Quilting Simplified
Today's show features some simplified versions for common quilt techniques. First, Vivika DeNegre demonstrates a nine patch rearranged quilt
for a modern spin on this common block. Then, Julia Wood introduces an unconventional hexagon technique that doesn't require paper piecing.
Last, Carolyn Friedlander has a raw edge applique project using bobbin work.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4132
01:00p
Christina Cooks
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #616
Vegetarian Kids
Study after study shows that children's health is suffering. Obesity, diabetes and poor coordination are just a few of the epidemics that plague
children as they eat their way to ill health. But what foods will keep kids healthy that they'll actually eat? Join Christina as she discusses health,
the environment and the practical side of healthy cooking for young people.
01:30p
New Scandinavian Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #410
The Northern Way
Andreas investigates historical food from two of Norway's former capitals, Trondheim in mid-Norway and Bergen on the West Coast. He starts
with a recipe from the 14th century: chicken with saffron and cinnamon. As Andreas travels south on the Coastal Express ferry, he makes
homemade marzipan with a spicy touch. Before arriving in Bergen, Andreas prepares another luxurious dish - crispy suckling pig with the
exclusive flavors of exotic spices, fruits and Madeira.
02:00p
Taste of History
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #503
Let Freedom Ring
Chef Walter Staib pays tribute to the Liberty Bell and the symbolic role it has played in American history by preparing Sauteed Shad Roe, Coq au
Vin Rouge with Herb Spaetzle.
02:30p
Pati's Mexican Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #208
Tequila!
This episode puts a twist on tequila by using it in a number of tasty, savory and sweet recipes sure to impress special guests. A noted mixologist
shows Pati how to make a unique cocktail, and she uses tequila to ignite a main dish. Ancho Chile and Orange Juice Tequila Chaser (Sangrita);
Fresh Jicama and Orange Pico de Gallo; Tequila, Mexican Cream and Chipotle Shrimp; Derek Brown's Cocktail; Coffee Flan with Tequila
Whipped Cream.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2013
Mixed Media Jewelry
Author and designer Cynthia Deis demonstrate collage techniques for mixed media jewelry. She creates a mica tag and a flat leather bracelet.
Katie's Beading Lesson features an assist from Candie Cooper for a quick lesson on making silk beads.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #310
Things That Say, Thank You
Life moves so quickly, we forget to slow down and say, "Thank you" - sometimes we send a quick "thanks" with a text or email, but a genuine
symbol of appreciation is a handmade gift. Your friends will appreciate that you took time to craft something special - make a mason jar full of
cookie ingredients, decorate an everyday item to create a functional book mark, or make a set of earrings with a special tag - and say a special,
"thank you" to your friends.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 103 of 119
Tue, Jan 27, 2015
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AS2 Episode
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #503
Movin' On Out
Check out this kid's guide to the true cost of cutting the cord and being independent. This episode takes you through it all - budgeting,
roommates, finding a place, and learning about all the hidden costs that Mom and Dad used to pay for you. Meet seven girls who figured out how
to share finances and the hairdryer. So how much does it cost to live on your own? More than you think!
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1512
Recycled
Find new uses for old materials: a wreath made from t shirts, a bike basket from old jeans, new life for cans as seed planters and watering cans,
and monsters from milk cartons.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #906
Focal Point
P. Allen Smith takes a look at the design principle of creating a Focal Point. Allen takes us on a tour of some of the Garden Home Retreat's
special points of interest and also shows us a way to have a grand centerpiece for your next party and still hold a conversation with the person
across the table. We'll visit an amazing garden that uses its space for the arts, along with a visit to the poultry show at the state fair.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(CC)
N/A #524
Thomas Jefferson; Organic Gardening Pioneer: Monticello: Virginia
To gardeners, Thomas Jefferson holds a special place of honor. The gardens at Monticello were a botanic laboratory of ornamental and useful
plants from around the world. As an avid plantsman and gardener, Mr. Jefferson kept detailed records over many years of his horticultural
discoveries, plant exchanges with friends around Europe as well as his successes and failures when it came to his own gardening and farming
practices at Monticello. Thanks to his meticulous records and the historic preservation of the grounds, today we can step back in time to see how
one of the most famous green gardeners in history lived out his passion for gardening at Monticello.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#11019
06:30p
Euromaxx
WNVT
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1103
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5217
07:30p
Global 3000
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#704
08:00p
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #509
The Features
Nashville's The Features have built a following well beyond Music City with an indie rock brand of pop that has won over fans and peers alike,
including Kings of Leon who signed the band to their imprint label. In this episode, the Features perform several songs and demonstrate why they
constantly win fans over with their stellar musicianship.
08:30p
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #902
Beth Nielsen Chapman
From writing hits for other artists to recording her own, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Nashville based singer- songwriter has truly embraced musical
diversity. A breast cancer survivor, environmental activist, teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, which she believes is a
birthright of everyone, Beth's passion, when you get right down to it is still 'the song'.
09:00p
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #506
Best of Fest
This episode features the top performances from the previous four seasons of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival. Artists include
Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Grace Kelly, and Curtis Stigers.
10:00p
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#213
Reading Fundamentals: We'll spend the hour in two fifth classrooms where the emphasis is on building strong reading skills and meeting students
at their level. Meet two inspirational teachers who believe you can inspire students to be readers by giving them choice, one-on-one guidance,
and affirmation.
11:00p
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #109
Portraits
Featuring examples from ancient Peru, medieval Japan, seventeenth-century Ghana, and the studio of contemporary artist Kehinde Wiley,
reveals how complex visual constructions of identity may function as assertions of authority, declarations of status, psychological studies, or
political statements.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Arts In Context
NETA
(CC)
N/A #503
Here and Beyond
Blue Lapis Light transforms urban environments into works of art. Specializing in large-scale productions in non-traditional public environments such as federal buildings, power plants, or scaffolding at the shores of Lady Bird Lake - Blue Lapis Light's aerial dance creates what founder Sally
Jacques describes as "prayers for the planet." By challenging physical limitations, Blue Lapis Light envelops its audiences in a sense of awe and
wonder.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 105 of 119
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
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Start
12:00a
Newsline
12:30a
Global 3000
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Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5217
DW
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#704
01:00a
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #509
The Features
Nashville's The Features have built a following well beyond Music City with an indie rock brand of pop that has won over fans and peers alike,
including Kings of Leon who signed the band to their imprint label. In this episode, the Features perform several songs and demonstrate why they
constantly win fans over with their stellar musicianship.
01:30a
Jammin at Hippie Jack's
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #902
Beth Nielsen Chapman
From writing hits for other artists to recording her own, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Nashville based singer- songwriter has truly embraced musical
diversity. A breast cancer survivor, environmental activist, teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, which she believes is a
birthright of everyone, Beth's passion, when you get right down to it is still 'the song'.
02:00a
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #506
Best of Fest
This episode features the top performances from the previous four seasons of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival. Artists include
Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Grace Kelly, and Curtis Stigers.
03:00a
Teaching Channel Presents
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#213
Reading Fundamentals: We'll spend the hour in two fifth classrooms where the emphasis is on building strong reading skills and meeting students
at their level. Meet two inspirational teachers who believe you can inspire students to be readers by giving them choice, one-on-one guidance,
and affirmation.
04:00a
Art Through Time: A Global View
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #109
Portraits
Featuring examples from ancient Peru, medieval Japan, seventeenth-century Ghana, and the studio of contemporary artist Kehinde Wiley,
reveals how complex visual constructions of identity may function as assertions of authority, declarations of status, psychological studies, or
political statements.
04:30a
Arts In Context
NETA
(CC)
N/A #503
Here and Beyond
Blue Lapis Light transforms urban environments into works of art. Specializing in large-scale productions in non-traditional public environments such as federal buildings, power plants, or scaffolding at the shores of Lady Bird Lake - Blue Lapis Light's aerial dance creates what founder Sally
Jacques describes as "prayers for the planet." By challenging physical limitations, Blue Lapis Light envelops its audiences in a sense of awe and
wonder.
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #306
Dr. Eric Kandel and Jonah Lehrer
Dr. Eric Kandel, Nobel Prize-winning medical researcher, University Professor at Columbia, Director of the Kavli Institute for brain science, and
author of In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind converses with Jonah Lehrer, Contributing Editor at Wired.
06:00a
08:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1300
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #312
The Lizard Who Came to Dinner/Island of the Endotherms
THE LIZARD WHO CAME TO DINNER - Ziggy the Iguana comes to stay with The Zula Patrol, and his abundance of energy and desire to "help"
makes him a handful. He wears out his welcome further by turning up the thermostat to keep his ectothermic system from cooling off. But when
Ziggy loses the eggs he's babysitting, The Zula Patrol mounts a rescue expedition to the desert, where they learn that being ectothermic can be
cool after all. ISLAND OF THE ENDOTHERMS - When Dark Truder sends a phony distress signal, the Zula Patrol find themselves trapped on a
remote island with extremely rapid weather changes. While the Zula Patrollers search the island for a power source to start their ship, they learn
about endotherms and how they are able to keep their body temperatures relatively constant. Meanwhile, Dark Truder takes over their
headquarters, and learns NEVER to touch anything without knowing what it does!
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 106 of 119
Wed, Jan 28, 2015
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08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #118
The Secret of Ybbs
Princess Antoinette persuades Amadeus to uncover the secret of Ybbs, a nearby monastery. Amadeus convinces his parents to visit Ybbs on
their way back home to Salzburg, where he immediately starts looking for the secret. Devilius and his gang get lost in a heavy snowfall and also
end up at the monastery. They quietly creep around and cause confusion among the monks. The secret is finally revealed as a beautiful organ
hidden behind a wall. Amadeus presents a small concert on the organ and Devilius, Monti and Mario flee from the monks in a mad rush - on the
backs of two pigs! The Music: "Violin Sonata in A" K. 526; "Symphony No. 40 in G Minor" K. 550; "The Abduction from the Seraglio" K. 384; et al.
Additional Content: Monti, with Pumperl's help, explains the difference between a piano and organ, and describes the sounds pipes and bellows
create on a typical organ. An inside construction drawing shows this connection and how it works.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Younger Joints In 30 Days
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Full Body Posture Workout
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
Sew It All
Welt of Knowledge, Jen Eskridge
Make a zippered welt pocket to use for a variety of projects.
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#117
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#820
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1016
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#311
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1012
Color, Color
This episode is all about adding a subtle or vibrant splash of color to your knitwear. We begin with a getting started segment on colorwork
techniques. This sampler dives into stripes, mosaic knitting, and flat intarsia techniques. Then, on today's knitalong, Kristin demonstrates working
the pattern repeat in her shawl. On today's yarn spotlight, Clara and Eunny have an in-depth look at woolen versus worsted yarns. You'll learn the
difference between these two types of yarns, and which is best for your own projects. Finally, we wrap up today's show on color with a few
embroidery stitches. These methods are great ways to add a bit of color to a project after you've knit or crocheted it.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
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Individual Approaches to Quilting
Unique approaches are what puts the "art" in art quilting. First, Diane Rusin Doran shares a way to carry your cell phone in style. Then, it's a
specialized dyeing technique with Barbara Warholic. Finally, Catherine Redford demonstrates a yo-yo embellished pillow.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
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N/A
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01:00p
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
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N/A #104
Time for Brunch
Brunch Italian Style! Learn to make savory rustic Oatmeal Biscuits. Then have a whole meal inside a plump Gluttonous Tomato - it's an easy dish
of tomatoes stuffed with bread, herbs cheese and eggs. On the side, a versatile String Bean salad of with Capers and Basil.
01:30p
Sara's Weeknight Meals
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Picnics and Tailgates
Food just tastes better outside, especially at sporting events, outdoor concerts and holiday celebrations. Sara's got some great choices Homemade Beer Bread with Pulled Chicken Barbecue and Refrigerator Pickles. Then a cool, sweet and salty Two Melon Salad with Feta and
Prosciutto, served with Cold Pea Soup with Shrimp and Carrot Garnish. Sara even shows you how to pack it all for an outdoor feast.
02:00p
Simply Ming
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Sake/Yonemura
On the Road in Japan, Chef Ming Tsai goes to the Sake Brewery in Nara, Japan to discover the wonders of sake. Then Ming returns to the
kitchen to cook with sake with Chef Masayasu Yomemura at Restaurant Yonemura.
02:30p
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
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Louisiana Tribute
Mindful of the suffering of New Orleans in the last year, this show pays tribute to Louisiana's rich culinary traditions. You know Raichlen's rule: If
something tastes good baked, boiled, or deep-fried, it probably tastes even better grilled. Case in point: Grill-Top Shrimp "Boil" jazzed up with
grilled bratwurst-this isn't like any shrimp boil you've ever tasted. And never mind that deep-fried turkey was invented in Louisiana: Steven cooks
Big Easy Barbecued Turkey with plenty of wood smoke after literally injecting it with a spice-scented marinade. Cajun Tuna Piperade combines
the "Holy Trinity"--onion, celery, and bell pepper--with tomato, spicy andouille sausage and fire-licked sushi-grade tuna steaks for flavor that just
won't quit.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
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N/A #2101
Leatherworking
Leatherworking has deep roots in the Old West. Author Melissa Cable shows how to create a rippled bracelet from a leather strip and embellish
with beads. In her second segment, she creates a studded leather bracelet. In Katie's Beading Lesson, learn to wrap wire around stones to create
a ring or bracelet.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #311
Things That Show Hospitality
Hospitality is the act of being friendly and generous. Today's show offers some ideas for how to craft special items that show your generosity and
friendliness. Books are shared frequently between friends; wrap your favorite reading and share with a guest in your home. When you are invited
to a friend's home, decorate a candle and some stationery to share as a gift. Create a good neighbor cone - tie it to your neighbors door - knock
and run! Your neighbor will open the door to a surprise gift!
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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N/A #504
You Are The Target!
Every day, kids and teens are subjected to thousands of commercial messages from advertisers. This episode helps you recognize when you are
being targeted, how to resist manipulation, and when to apply good consumer skills to cut through the commercial fog.
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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DVI #1513
Seasons and Inspiration
Pinecone sunflowers, seasonal wreaths, a sugar skull mask, and artist inspired resist painting - crafts for all seasons today on Hands On.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
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DVI #907
Structure
P. Allen Smith examines the design principle Structure, sharing how he uses it in his garden. Allen shows us the different constructed features at
the Garden Home Retreat; along with visits to the greenhouse at Churchill Downs; a raised vegetable bed in Union Springs, Alabama and a
butterfly conservatory in New Jersey. If you don't really have room for a garden or the time to invest in one, Allen shows you how to plant a mini
garden by way of a terrarium.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
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N/A #525
A Year in the Life of a Beginning Beekeeper: Atlanta, Ga
With the fate of honeybees still uncertain, gardeners know just how important they are for a bountiful garden and the world's food security. Yet
with declining numbers, raising your own backyard bees makes even more sense. One of the biggest barriers to getting started though is the
uncertainly of what's involved. In this episode, Joe Lamp'l bring you along as he attends his first beekeeping class, to buying the equipment,
setting up the hive, to enjoying the bountiful harvest and wonderful honey that adds to the joy of this rapidly growing hobby.
06:00p
Journal
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06:30p
Asia Insight
APTEX
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N/A
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07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
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N/A
#5218
07:30p
Asian Voices
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#318
08:00p
Loreena Mckennitt: Nights from the Alhambra
APTEX
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N/A
#0
LOREENA MCKENNITT: NIGHTS FROM THE ALHAMBRA captures an enchanting musical performance set beneath the stars in the
breathtaking heart of medieval Spain. Recorded in 2006 at the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, singer/composer Loreena McKennitt leads
viewers on a musical journey through her catalogue of traditional Celtic ballads, literary narratives and highlights from each of her albums,
including An Ancient Muse.
09:00p
Discover Vivaldi's Four Seasons
10:00p
2014 Blues Music Awards
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI
#102
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Blues Music Awards presentations and musical performances from the 34th Annual Blues Awards held in Memphis, TN in May 2013.
Featuring a dozen nominee performances, among them Janiva Magness, Dorothy Moore, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Curtis Salgado and Joe
Louis Walker. This annual event brings together blues performers, industry representatives and fans from all over the world to celebrate the best
in blues recordings and performances from the previous year. Each year, the Blues Foundation presents the Blues Music Awards to the artists
selected by its members. They are universally recognized as the highest honor given to blues artists.
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Date: 11/22/2014
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Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
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N/A #302
Homemade Jamz Blues Band
Teenage siblings from Tupelo, Mississippi sing and play delta blues well beyond their years. They've been featured on CBS, PBS (Tavis Smiley),
NBC, CNN and NPR. In this episode, these youngsters wow with stunning performances including "Burned Down the House" and "Voo Doo
Woman."
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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12:00a
Newsline
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N/A
#5218
12:30a
Asian Voices
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#320
01:00a
Loreena Mckennitt: Nights from the Alhambra
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#0
LOREENA MCKENNITT: NIGHTS FROM THE ALHAMBRA captures an enchanting musical performance set beneath the stars in the
breathtaking heart of medieval Spain. Recorded in 2006 at the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, singer/composer Loreena McKennitt leads
viewers on a musical journey through her catalogue of traditional Celtic ballads, literary narratives and highlights from each of her albums,
including An Ancient Muse.
02:00a
Discover Vivaldi's Four Seasons
03:00a
2014 Blues Music Awards
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#102
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
The Blues Music Awards presentations and musical performances from the 34th Annual Blues Awards held in Memphis, TN in May 2013.
Featuring a dozen nominee performances, among them Janiva Magness, Dorothy Moore, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Curtis Salgado and Joe
Louis Walker. This annual event brings together blues performers, industry representatives and fans from all over the world to celebrate the best
in blues recordings and performances from the previous year. Each year, the Blues Foundation presents the Blues Music Awards to the artists
selected by its members. They are universally recognized as the highest honor given to blues artists.
04:30a
Sun Studio Sessions
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
Homemade Jamz Blues Band
Teenage siblings from Tupelo, Mississippi sing and play delta blues well beyond their years. They've been featured on CBS, PBS (Tavis Smiley),
NBC, CNN and NPR. In this episode, these youngsters wow with stunning performances including "Burned Down the House" and "Voo Doo
Woman."
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
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N/A #307
Sister Helen Prejean and Stephen Bright
In a 1996 interview, Sister Helen Prejean, counselor to death row inmates and author of Dead Man Walking, talks with Stephen Bright, Director of
Southern Center for Human Rights.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
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08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #313
Villain of the Year/One Is The Loneliest Number
VILLAIN OF THE YEAR - Dark Truder, Deliria and every other villain in the galaxy are competing for this year's Villain Of The Year Award, trying
to outdo each other with acts of nefarious nastiness. The Zula Patrol has their hands full trying to quash the cosmic crime wave - especially when
Truder announces to all that he plans to pull off the ultimate heist - he's going to steal an entire galaxy! ONE IS THE LONELIEST NUMBER Zeeter is given a tough choice when The Zula Academy offers her a position that means leaving The Zula Patrol. But her decision is put on hold
when the space pirate Captain Jacquie Stellar starts stealing stars out of their binary pairs. As the whole Zula Patrol works together to stop
Jacquie, Zeeter realizes her place is with her friends.
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #119
The Green Drops
Devilius believes Amadeus' musical talent stems from the green miracle drops his mother gives him. Devilius wants to get his hands on this
special mixture, so he can give it to Mario and turn him into a real opponent to the child prodigy. Will the ever-devious Devilius pull it off? And, are
the drops really what they seem? The Music: "Piano Concerto No. 9 in E Flat Major" K. 271; et al. Additional Content: Leopold the conductor is
responsible for the correct and melodious playing of his orchestra. Monti refers viewers to the Web site where children can explore - to the music
of Beethoven's 9th symphony - the composition and complexity of a big orchestra. On the Web site, children may play of the instrument groups
individually and in various combinations with others.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Younger Heart In 30 Days
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Strength and Flexibility to Your Core
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
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N/A
#118
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DVI
#821
NETA
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Date: 11/22/2014
Page 110 of 119
Thu, Jan 29, 2015
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10:30a
Sew It All
Sweet Sweatshirts, Jenny Wilding Cardon
Take sweatshirts from drab to fab by transforming them into three stylish garments.
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AS2 Episode
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11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
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N/A #1013
Beyond The Aran
Join us on this episode of Knitting Daily for an in-depth look at cable knitting. We begin with a primer on braided and woven cable techniques;
great ways to add depth and texture to your knitwear. Then, expert Kristin Omdahl wraps up her shawl knitalong with great tips for edging this
shawl and then pinning the entire piece in the blocking process to make your knitted lace bloom. On today's yarn spotlight, yarn aficionado Clara
Parkes talks super lofty, puffy yarns. These yarns knit up and fill in stitches well, and Clara shows the types of yarns that possess this unique
quality. And finally, on this season's last quick tip segment we share a combination of cables and lace stitches that are sure to be fun to knit.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
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N/A #1310
Holiday Gifts and Decor
Holidays are a magical time of the year and also the perfect time to showcase some of your quilting accomplishments. Candy Glendening has the
first project, jolly holiday stockings to hang on the mantel. Next, Diane Rusin Doran shares a colorful mini stocking big enough to hold a treat and
use as a decoration on a gift or as an ornament. Pokey closes the show with easy fabric wine coasters for a little holiday cheer.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#4134
01:00p
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #105
Fish
In this episode, host Rachel Allen cooks with a busy cook's go-to ingredient: fish. Recipes include: Bretonne prawns, squid salad and mussels.
01:30p
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #103
Laurent Manrique, Seafood
Chef Stellino prepares Sole with Orange Ginger Sauce and Sauteed Spinach. Nick welcomes Chef Laurent Manrique from San Francisco's Aqua
who prepares Hamachi and Grapefruit Basil Salad.
02:00p
The Jazzy Vegetarian
NETA
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(CC)
DVI #303
Festive Family Meal
Host Laura Theodore prepares a celebratory family menu filled with traditional tastes. "Sweet and Sour Stuffed Cabbage" is the superstar of this
menu, served beside creamy "Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic." For the first course, "Apple, Walnut and Cinnamon Salad" makes a colorful
appetizer. The classic macaroon cookie gets a jazzy makeover with "Coconut Vegaroons," a mouthwatering dessert that rounds out this festal
meal.
02:30p
Essential Pepin
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #105
Fine Finishes
Cheesecake With Apricot-Blueberry Sauce; Flan A La Vanille With Caramel-Cognac Sauce; Chocolate Mousse; Bread And Butter Pudding.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #2102
Heirloom Cabochons
Using colorful fabric, blogger Mandi Ainsworth fashions cabochons to create heirlooms using a new twist on traditional techniques. Mandi makes
a bezel with seed beads to create timeless pendants, bracelets and necklaces. Katie shows how to tie knots in leather strips to create a fashionforward necklace.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #312
Things That Are Shared
Sharing gifts with friends in an unexpected moment is a warm and sincere gesture of friendship. Make a friendship bracelet with crystals, tie it on
your friend's wrist while she makes a wish, when it falls off - her wish will come true. Make a special box that can house memories that you and
your friend can share. Make something that your friends would not purchase for themselves, felt is a great fiber to sculpt into a bowl that makes a
fun and functional gift.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #505
The Economics of Economics
Here's a lighter look at a complex science. Learn about everything from micro to macro economics, supply and demand, and economic indicators.
See how business owners and even individuals use economic principles to make financial decisions. Meet a young entrepreneur who started up
her serving business when the economy turned down. It's all economics!
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Date: 11/22/2014
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04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
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DVI #1601
Texture
Today's show is all about texture - texture is the feel or shape of a surface or thing. It's the smoothness or roughness, or maybe how soft or hard.
We will learn about texture with a Paleolithic cave painting, a fun pony corral, and a friendly but prickly hedgehog. Learn how to add texture to
your drawings with ordinary things from around the house in the Art Journal segment. Last, make a furry friend with giant chenille stems.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
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DVI #908
Color
P. Allen Smith looks at the vibrant design principle of Color. From simple bouquet arrangements to the color of paint, and through the glorious
color of peacocks, Allen shows us the impact of clever uses of color. Plus, he reveals unique tropicals in the greenhouse, shows how to invite
Mother Nature in for dinner, and explores even more of the colors around the Garden Home Retreat.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A #526
Blooms and Birds; A Gardeners Guide to Backyard Birding: Copake Falls, Ny
For gardeners, bird watching and attracting them to our gardens is a natural. Beyond the beauty and excitement they bring, birds play an
important role in organic pest control, seed dispersal, and biodiversity. Gardeners can play an important role in creating environments that offer
shelter, natural food and water sources, nesting sites, and a place to raise their young. This episode covers the most important things you need to
know to have a healthy habitat that will attract and protect the widest variety of birds to your backyard.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
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06:30p
Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#1131
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5219
07:30p
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#543
08:00p
Jubilee
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
Bluegrass Collective
Hard-driving bluegrass quintet Bluegrass Collective performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
#1211
09:00p
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #602
Soundgarden
On a warm February night in Los Angeles, the legendary Seattle rock band Soundgarden concluded a sold-out winter tour in support of King
Animal, their first studio album in over 16 years. In front of a rapturous crowd at the historic art deco venue The Wiltern, Soundgarden interwove
brand new songs with classics, radio hits, and rarities never before performed for a live audience.
10:00p
Red Rock Rondo
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
#0
Red Rock Rondo was filmed on location in and around Zion National Park in southern Utah, and was a signature project of Zion National Park's
"A Century of Sanctuary" anniversary celebration. Red Rock Rondo explores this spectacular place and its people through their stories put to
music by Phillip Bimstein, former mayor of Springdale, Utah, which borders the Park. Red Rock Rondo weaves together the contemporary and
historical, creating a rich portrait of this spectacular place and the people whose lives are so intricately connected to and affected by it. These
songs cover the pioneering of Virgin River Valley by Mormon settlers in the mid-19th century, to the founding of Zion National Park in the 20th
century, to modern times where retirees, artists and urban refugees have come to find their own piece of paradise. Performed by an all-star
ensemble on a lively assortment of guitars, violins, oboe, English horn, mandolin, banjo, mandocello, harmonica, button accordion, jaw harp,
upright bass and vocals, the film also features the local residents whose stories inspired Red Rock Rondo's songs. Red Rock Rondo: Zion
Canyon Song Cycle is composed by Phillip Bimstein with musicians Charlotte Bell, Phillip Bimstein, Flavia Cervino-Wood, Harold Carr, Hal
Cannon, and Kate MacLeod. The film was produced by Hal Cannon and Taki Telonidis for the Western Folklife Center.
11:00p
Cool Spaces!
EPS
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DVI #104
Healing Spaces
Ruvo Center, Las Vegas, NV by Frank Gehry, (LA); Yale University Health Services Building, New Haven, CT by Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam
(Atlanta); Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix, AZ by CO Architects, (LA).
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Newsline
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N/A
#5219
12:30a
Asia Biz Forecast
APTEX
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(CC)
N/A
#543
01:00a
Jubilee
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
Bluegrass Collective
Hard-driving bluegrass quintet Bluegrass Collective performs at the 2013 Festival of the Bluegrass at the Kentucky Horse Park.
#1211
02:00a
Live from the Artists Den
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #602
Soundgarden
On a warm February night in Los Angeles, the legendary Seattle rock band Soundgarden concluded a sold-out winter tour in support of King
Animal, their first studio album in over 16 years. In front of a rapturous crowd at the historic art deco venue The Wiltern, Soundgarden interwove
brand new songs with classics, radio hits, and rarities never before performed for a live audience.
03:00a
Red Rock Rondo
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#0
Red Rock Rondo was filmed on location in and around Zion National Park in southern Utah, and was a signature project of Zion National Park's
"A Century of Sanctuary" anniversary celebration. Red Rock Rondo explores this spectacular place and its people through their stories put to
music by Phillip Bimstein, former mayor of Springdale, Utah, which borders the Park. Red Rock Rondo weaves together the contemporary and
historical, creating a rich portrait of this spectacular place and the people whose lives are so intricately connected to and affected by it. These
songs cover the pioneering of Virgin River Valley by Mormon settlers in the mid-19th century, to the founding of Zion National Park in the 20th
century, to modern times where retirees, artists and urban refugees have come to find their own piece of paradise. Performed by an all-star
ensemble on a lively assortment of guitars, violins, oboe, English horn, mandolin, banjo, mandocello, harmonica, button accordion, jaw harp,
upright bass and vocals, the film also features the local residents whose stories inspired Red Rock Rondo's songs. Red Rock Rondo: Zion
Canyon Song Cycle is composed by Phillip Bimstein with musicians Charlotte Bell, Phillip Bimstein, Flavia Cervino-Wood, Harold Carr, Hal
Cannon, and Kate MacLeod. The film was produced by Hal Cannon and Taki Telonidis for the Western Folklife Center.
04:00a
Cool Spaces!
EPS
(S)
(CC)
DVI #104
Healing Spaces
Ruvo Center, Las Vegas, NV by Frank Gehry, (LA); Yale University Health Services Building, New Haven, CT by Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam
(Atlanta); Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix, AZ by CO Architects, (LA).
05:00a
Great Conversations
NETA
(CC)
N/A #308
Billy Collins and Garrison Keillor
Billy Collins, former United States Poet Laureate (2001-2003) and author of nine collections of poetry, including the forthcoming Horoscopes for
the Dead: Poems, talks with Garrison Keillor, host and writer of A Prairie Home Companion and The Writer's Almanac.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1302
08:00a
Zula Patrol
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #201
The Things In Rings/How The Rust Was Won
After the Zula Patrol warns Deliria and Cloid about their factory rejects floating in space, the villainous duo decide to dump the junk into Saturn's
rings. When Wizzy and Wigg learn about the rings and the different types of natural debris that should make up the rings, they stumble upon
Deliria's debris and report it to the others. This is a job for The Zula Patrol! Becoming a cowpoke, Dark Truder rustles up an evil scheme that's
stripping Mars of its surface rust. He's raising rust-eating Nefarian Battle Cattle on Mars that he'll use to conquer the Universe. But hang on to
your Stetsons, buckaroos; here comes the Zula Patrol ridin' to the rescue!
08:30a
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
APTEX
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(CC)
DVI #120
Shooting Stars
The children want to sled next to the river on a snowy winter day in Salzburg. Pumperl hops onto a piece of floating ice and drifts away. A
dramatic rescue operation ensues with help from Mario and a few unpopular boys from the neighborhood. They eventually locate Pumperl with a
telescope, which the Bishop later intends to use to view hundreds of shooting stars. The weather doesn't cooperate, but Amadeus once again
enchants the assembled company with his music. The Music: "Piano Sonata in D" (Duernitz) K. 284; "Divertimento in D" K. 136; "Qui tollis" from
the "C Minor Mass" K. 427; et al. Additional Content: Amadeus named three symphonies after his hometown. This segment highlights the
famous "Salzburg Symphonies" using scenes from the series in which they appear. Monti explains why this music fit well within the scenes.
09:00a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Cancer Prevention
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Full Bar Workout to Loosen Your Hips
NETA
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(CC)
N/A
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#822
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
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Fri, Jan 30, 2015
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#1018
Sew It All
NETA
Plush Pillows, Lucy Blaire
Create funky velvet patchwork pillows with tips and tricks for mastering velvet-sewing techniques.
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#313
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
10:30a
11:00a
Knitting Daily
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1202
Playing with Shapes
We're going to play with shapes, from creating graphic shapes with intarsia to using decreases to shape a garment. The first segment features
editor Lisa Shroyer combining fashion and knitting with the use of color blocking. Then, we spend some virtual Space to Space time with Allyson
Dykhuizen. Next, designer, author, and yarn company owner Barry Klein has a lesson on garment shaping. Then, get your knitting in shape with
Tanis. Finally, Vickie shows how to crochet a chic chevron pattern.
11:30a
Quilting Arts
NETA
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(CC)
N/A #1311
Art Quilt Explorations
Explore the variations in art quilt techniques-key to developing your quilt style. Susan Brubaker Knapp starts with the sketchbook challenge.
Learn to transfer drawn designs to fabric and then free motion quilt. Next is Michelle May and a combination of hand stitch wool applique, and
patchwork to make a folk art quilt. Last, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dyeing vintage textiles with paint.
12:00n
Democracy Now!
KNME
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(CC)
N/A
#4135
Essential Pepin
APTEX
(S)
Economical Offal
Pork Liver Pate; Roast Sausage With Potatoes; Braised Sweetbreads In Mirepoix; Braised Tongue With Lentils.
(CC)
DVI
#107
(CC)
N/A
#103
01:00p
01:30p
Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
APTEX
(S)
02:00p
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co. - After The Hunt
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1207
Spit Roasted Squab/Destrehan Plantation
Chef Folse prepares a savory dish of Chucker, a small member of the partridge family. The birds are simmered in red wine and rosemary...
adding carrots, mushrooms, onions, and peppers. .Chef Folse uses the outdoor kitchen at Destrehan Plantation to create Spit-Roasted Squab.
seasoned with salt and pepper, and then stuffed with sprigs of fresh parsley, rosemary and thyme. .He finishes by serving an Asian stir-fry squab
wrapped in lettuce leaves.
02:30p
Cook's Country
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #709
Sweet Endings from the Icebox
Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secret to perfect Italian cream cake. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for round
cake pans. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Summer Berry Pudding.
03:00p
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #2103
Bead Weaving
Sleepless Beader Leslie Rogalski shows her contemporary take on the traditional method of bead weaving on a loom. Using a variety of threads,
cords and large beads, Leslie creates unconventional, trendy jewelry using traditional stitching. Katie shares tips for storing and organizing
beading supplies.
03:30p
Crafting at the Spotted Canary
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #313
Things for Your Pet
Our pets are our best friends; they need some little gifts that make them feel special. Make a special felted friend, a feline inspired banner, and a
little felted kitty toy.
04:00p
Biz Kid$
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #506
Businesses That Give Back
Get to know some businesses that are giving back in big ways, including up-and-coming entertainer Cymphonique, who helps encourage positive
self-esteem for girls. Learn from socially conscious companies that are doing good. It's the new triple bottom line: people, planet, and profit.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 114 of 119
Fri, Jan 30, 2015
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AS2 Episode
04:30p
Hands On Crafts for Kids
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #1602
Lines
A line is an infinitely extending one-dimensional figure; one that has length but not width or thickness. In art lines are the basis that give form to a
piece of art. They can be straight or curved, thick or thin, and raised or flat. Projects featuring lines: a modern art canvas with paint and masking
tape; lines become three dimensional as we make a playhouse for dolls or action figures; continue with your art journal and use brightly colored
pens and a special tool to make spirograph line drawings. Finally make an unbreakable stained glass plaque with foil.
05:00p
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #909
Texture, Pattern and Rhythm
P. Allen Smith demonstrates texture, pattern and rhythm throughout his garden. Allen gives us tips on taking care of espalier fruit trees. We are
also introduced to a man who has an interesting way of recycling wood. Plus tips on how to select the right grass for your yard.
05:30p
Growing A Greener World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #201
The Best People of Season One
During our first season, we met some of the rock stars of gardening, sustainability, urban farming and environmental stewardship. This episode
recaps some of our most memorable visits and well worth a second look! From the Pied Piper of Urban Farming, Will Allen, the founding family of
organic gardening, Maria & Maya Rodale and USDA's Secretary of State, Tom Vilsack, we brought our GGW viewers along for the conversations.
06:00p
Journal
WNVT
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(CC)
N/A
#11022
06:30p
Tomorrow: Japan Beyond 3/11
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#327
07:00p
Newsline
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5220
07:30p
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1104
Carrie Fisher
Carrie Fisher seemed destined for stardom from the moment she was born-after all, her parents were singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie
Reynolds. International fame found her at age 21, when she starred in the 1977 blockbuster film "Star Wars." Over the next two decades she
appeared in two Star Wars sequels, as well as making appearances in such films as "The Blues Brothers," "Hannah & Her Sisters," and "When
Harry Met Sally." She received rave reviews for her debut novel, the semi-autobiographical "Postcards From the Edge," and garnered a Grammy
nomination in 2009 for her Spoken Word album "Wishful Drinking"-based on the one-woman play of the same name. Fisher's private life has
often been rocky-a well-publicized struggle with drug addiction; divorce from long-time companion, singer Paul Simon; and an ongoing battle with
bi-polar disorder. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with actress, novelist, and screenwriter, Princess Leia
herself, Carrie Fisher.
08:00p
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#922
Gordon Widener; The Roys; Mountain Thyme.
09:00p
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1412
Celebrating The Music of the Ozarks from Eureka Spring, Arkansas
Michael Johnathon and the WoodSongs Crew head to Eureka Springs, Arkansas for the first show of a double broadcast taping at as part of the
66th Annual Ozark Folk Festival featuring: Leroy Troy and the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band, Clancey Ferguson, The Ozark Alliance, Mountain
Sprout, David Kimbrough III, and Allison Williams. Leroy Troy And The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band are a "blast from the past" band. They are five
guys and a scrubboard, with roots like wisdom teeth anchored by Leroy Troy, "The Tennessee Slicker," who has performed his astounding old
time banjo act since the 1980's and was a featured player on hit TV show Hee Haw. Their latest CD is 'Barnyard Frolic'. Clancey Ferguson has
been hailed as the "Princess of Bluegrass." This 15-year-old fiddler from Mountain View, Arkansas is the 2012 Arkansas State Junior Fiddle
Champion the and 2013 Arkansas Junior Contemporary Fiddle Champion. Despite her tender age, Clancey has amassed and an impressive list
of appearances including playing on stage with Rhonda Vincent on numerous occasions and interviewed by Chelsea Clinton for NBC Nightly
News with Brian Williams. The Ozark Alliance is a family band from Salem, Missouri, (home of The Dillards). Alex, Jenny, Allison, Robin, &
Dennis Vaughn have been playing together as a band since 2002 - with the exception of Allison, who was only born in 2004. The band
specializes in traditional and modern bluegrass and bluegrass-gospel music performed around a single mic. In fact, they won 1st place in the
National Single Mic Championship at Silver Dollar City in 2008. Mountain Sprout is a highly energetic hillbilly music machine, spitting original
tunes and blowing minds with whitty lyrics and face melting musicianship. Hailing from Eureka Springs, Arkansas, these four incredible musicians
work seamlessly to bring forward the kind of bass thumping, banjo picking, guitar playing, fiddle shredding, that makes you get up and stomp your
feet. David Kimbrough III is a genuine bluesman living in Northwest Arkansas. He began his career singing alongside his father the great "Junior"
Kimbrough. David has recently added the mountain dulcimer to his presentation of original, Delta, North Mississippi Hill Country and Cotton Patch
Blues. Allison Williams is a native of the Arkansas Ozarks and plays old-time clawhammer banjo in a modern context. Allison got her start as a
punk rock musician before rediscovering her musical roots. Several years in the mountains of North Carolina educated her in Appalachian banjo
techniques, especially the fast, distinctive styles of Hobart Smith and Wade Ward. Since releasing her solo CD 'Give Me Roses', she has toured
internationally, playing to a sold-out Barbican Hall in London, as part of the BBC's "Folk America" special, and backing folk legend Michelle
Shocked on her 2010 East Coast tour. She makes her home again in the Ozark mountains.
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01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 115 of 119
Fri, Jan 30, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
10:00p
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #210
Sugar and Spice
Penny Dreadful (Columbia University) A novice crook kidnaps the wrong girl...and learns the hard way that you don't mess with Penny. Written
and directed by Shane Atkinson. Delicacy (Columbia University) A culinary connoisseur and an expert chef go on a hunt for a rare animal.
Directed by Jason Mann.
10:30p
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #409
Rectify: Ray Mckinnon On Characters & Culture
Ray McKinnon, creator of the Sundance Channel's breakout hit, Rectify, details how to capture the personality of a culture through establishing
strong characters, tone, and atmosphere. The short film Spanola Pepper Sauce Company follows, directed by McKinnon and written by Graham
Gordy, suggesting there's more brewing in Spanola, AK than just its fine pepper sauce cooking.
11:00p
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#205
Westside Pistol & Rifle Range; Julius Cohen Jeweler; Glaser's Bakery; Bamonte's Restaurant.
11:30p
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #807
The Belles of Amherst and Broadway
We welcome actress Joely Richardson and director Steve Cosson to discuss their revival of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce's play about the
19th century poet Emily Dickinson. Also on the program, a "Broadway Update" with journalists Stefanie Cohen of The Wall Street Journal and
Imogen Lloyd Webber of Broadway.com, talking about current and upcoming productions on Broadway, as well as NBC's upcoming broadcast of
Peter Pan.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 116 of 119
Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
12:00a
Newsline
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#5220
12:30a
Innerviews with Ernie Manouse
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1104
Carrie Fisher
Carrie Fisher seemed destined for stardom from the moment she was born-after all, her parents were singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie
Reynolds. International fame found her at age 21, when she starred in the 1977 blockbuster film "Star Wars." Over the next two decades she
appeared in two Star Wars sequels, as well as making appearances in such films as "The Blues Brothers," "Hannah & Her Sisters," and "When
Harry Met Sally." She received rave reviews for her debut novel, the semi-autobiographical "Postcards From the Edge," and garnered a Grammy
nomination in 2009 for her Spoken Word album "Wishful Drinking"-based on the one-woman play of the same name. Fisher's private life has
often been rocky-a well-publicized struggle with drug addiction; divorce from long-time companion, singer Paul Simon; and an ongoing battle with
bi-polar disorder. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with actress, novelist, and screenwriter, Princess Leia
herself, Carrie Fisher.
01:00a
Song of the Mountains
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#922
Gordon Widener; The Roys; Mountain Thyme.
02:00a
Woodsongs
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #1412
Celebrating The Music of the Ozarks from Eureka Spring, Arkansas
Michael Johnathon and the WoodSongs Crew head to Eureka Springs, Arkansas for the first show of a double broadcast taping at as part of the
66th Annual Ozark Folk Festival featuring: Leroy Troy and the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band, Clancey Ferguson, The Ozark Alliance, Mountain
Sprout, David Kimbrough III, and Allison Williams. Leroy Troy And The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band are a "blast from the past" band. They are five
guys and a scrubboard, with roots like wisdom teeth anchored by Leroy Troy, "The Tennessee Slicker," who has performed his astounding old
time banjo act since the 1980's and was a featured player on hit TV show Hee Haw. Their latest CD is 'Barnyard Frolic'. Clancey Ferguson has
been hailed as the "Princess of Bluegrass." This 15-year-old fiddler from Mountain View, Arkansas is the 2012 Arkansas State Junior Fiddle
Champion the and 2013 Arkansas Junior Contemporary Fiddle Champion. Despite her tender age, Clancey has amassed and an impressive list
of appearances including playing on stage with Rhonda Vincent on numerous occasions and interviewed by Chelsea Clinton for NBC Nightly
News with Brian Williams. The Ozark Alliance is a family band from Salem, Missouri, (home of The Dillards). Alex, Jenny, Allison, Robin, &
Dennis Vaughn have been playing together as a band since 2002 - with the exception of Allison, who was only born in 2004. The band
specializes in traditional and modern bluegrass and bluegrass-gospel music performed around a single mic. In fact, they won 1st place in the
National Single Mic Championship at Silver Dollar City in 2008. Mountain Sprout is a highly energetic hillbilly music machine, spitting original
tunes and blowing minds with whitty lyrics and face melting musicianship. Hailing from Eureka Springs, Arkansas, these four incredible musicians
work seamlessly to bring forward the kind of bass thumping, banjo picking, guitar playing, fiddle shredding, that makes you get up and stomp your
feet. David Kimbrough III is a genuine bluesman living in Northwest Arkansas. He began his career singing alongside his father the great "Junior"
Kimbrough. David has recently added the mountain dulcimer to his presentation of original, Delta, North Mississippi Hill Country and Cotton Patch
Blues. Allison Williams is a native of the Arkansas Ozarks and plays old-time clawhammer banjo in a modern context. Allison got her start as a
punk rock musician before rediscovering her musical roots. Several years in the mountains of North Carolina educated her in Appalachian banjo
techniques, especially the fast, distinctive styles of Hobart Smith and Wade Ward. Since releasing her solo CD 'Give Me Roses', she has toured
internationally, playing to a sold-out Barbican Hall in London, as part of the BBC's "Folk America" special, and backing folk legend Michelle
Shocked on her 2010 East Coast tour. She makes her home again in the Ozark mountains.
03:00a
Film School Shorts
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #210
Sugar and Spice
Penny Dreadful (Columbia University) A novice crook kidnaps the wrong girl...and learns the hard way that you don't mess with Penny. Written
and directed by Shane Atkinson. Delicacy (Columbia University) A culinary connoisseur and an expert chef go on a hunt for a rare animal.
Directed by Jason Mann.
03:30a
On Story
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #409
Rectify: Ray Mckinnon On Characters & Culture
Ray McKinnon, creator of the Sundance Channel's breakout hit, Rectify, details how to capture the personality of a culture through establishing
strong characters, tone, and atmosphere. The short film Spanola Pepper Sauce Company follows, directed by McKinnon and written by Graham
Gordy, suggesting there's more brewing in Spanola, AK than just its fine pepper sauce cooking.
04:00a
New York Originals
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#205
Westside Pistol & Rifle Range; Julius Cohen Jeweler; Glaser's Bakery; Bamonte's Restaurant.
04:30a
Theater Talk
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #807
The Belles of Amherst and Broadway
We welcome actress Joely Richardson and director Steve Cosson to discuss their revival of The Belle of Amherst, William Luce's play about the
19th century poet Emily Dickinson. Also on the program, a "Broadway Update" with journalists Stefanie Cohen of The Wall Street Journal and
Imogen Lloyd Webber of Broadway.com, talking about current and upcoming productions on Broadway, as well as NBC's upcoming broadcast of
Peter Pan.
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 117 of 119
Sat, Jan 31, 2015
Title
Subtitle
Start
05:00a
In Good Shape
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
WNVC
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#201
05:30a
Healthy Body Healthy Mind
EPS
(S)
(CC)
N/A #3001
The Truth About Hepatitis C
Much mystery surrounds the Hepatitis C virus-also known as HCV. Millions of Americans are infected by HCV- but the truth is many don't know it.
Their exposure could have come many years ago-when they were in college, or in the military-or through a blood transfusion. In this program, we
speak to experts who research and understand the disease along with patients who have lived with it, as we discover more about this potentially
life-threatening virus. We'll also take a look at some of the breakthroughs that have occurred only in the past few years that are changing the face
of how this virus is treated,-and how that affects the lives of its victims.
06:00a
Morning Cup O Jazz
KCSM
(N)
N/A
#1303
08:00a
Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #302
Peonies and Roses
Two of Gary's favorite flowers are painted today. These flowers are painted in a very loose style. Bright White Peonies are painted with Pink
Roses, painted on a dark, rich colored background. Graceful vines and small buds and leaves complete the composition.
08:30a
Art 2 Art
KCSM
(CC)
N/A
#203
09:00a
Painting with Paulson
Island Magic Part I
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1403
09:30a
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique
Stretch & Strengthen Your Lower Body
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#823
10:00a
Sit and Be Fit
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1019
10:30a
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews
Better Balance
NETA
(CC)
N/A
#109
11:00a
Cooking Odyssey
NETA
(S)
(CC)
DVI #205
Rapsani/Olympos
Eva explores the mountain of the 12 ancient Greek gods and a vineyard with a unique selection of wines and Chef Yianni makes stifatho,
moustalevria and spanakopita
11:30a
Chef Paul Prudhomme's Always Cooking!
Broiling
Stuffed Tilapia, Magic Broiled Tomatoes, Broiled Honey Chicken Wings.
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI
#103
12:00n
Lidia's Kitchen
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #203
Simple Weekday Dinner Ideas
Are you always in rush to prepare something quick yet delicious for dinnertime? In this episode, Lidia shares three of her favorite quick and
simple meal ideas-all of which can work as an appetizer, a lunch or quick dinner. They include: Scallops, Scallion and Mushrooms; Chicken
Breasts with Orange and Gaeta Olives; Tuna with Mimosa Sauce.
12:30p
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #207
Southern Michigan
Today on Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete joins three top chefs from metropolitan Chicago and travels three hours into the neighboring
Michigan countryside for the makings of a true Midwestern meal. Cooking by the beautiful lakeside party are The Hearty Boys, Dan Smith and
Steve McDonagh. Joining them is acclaimed pastry chef, Gail Gand. The entire meal is sourced within a radius of 5 miles from Buchanan,
Michigan's center city, including some gorgeous summer veggies, corn meal from the town's old mill and beer from a local brewery. On today's
menu, Breakfast Radishes with Butter and Sea Salt, Kale Salad with Pickled Beets, Lardons, Blue Cheese, and Honey Clove Vinaigrette, RampStuffed Sirloin Roll with Hazelnuts and Michigan Cherry Sauce and a Midwest favorite--Cornmeal Spaetzle with Charred Grape Tomatoes and
Asparagus. It's happiness in the heartland!
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43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 118 of 119
Sat, Jan 31, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
Distrib
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
01:00p
Rudy Maxa's World
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #103
Istanbul, Turkey
Everywhere in this Turkish city is evidence of civilizations that tried to tame it. From the Romans to the Ottomans, this tumultuous city has seen it
all, and its architecture, cuisine, and customs reflect that reality. Here, Christianity and Islam have their touchstones, and the cliche that "East
meets West" at the Bosporus is a truism. Rudy tries to avoid buying a Turkish carpet-he admits he's powerless to visit Istanbul without returning
home with a rug-but, as usual, he fails. Prowl some of the Grand Bazaar's 2,000 shops and spend some time with a professional shopper who
teaches travelers the fine art of haggling. And can those Turkish carpets tell stories? Many do-stories of love and despair are woven in wool and
color. Rudy gets steamed and scrubbed in a 16th century hammam, or public bath, and tours some of the world's great buildings-Topkapi Palace,
the Aya Sofia, the Blue Mosque, and the downtown Spice Market. Be hypnotized by Whirling Dervishes, charmed by the Iznik art of ceramics,
and learn how to buy a . . . carpet.
01:30p
Equitrekking
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #504
Uruguay
Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various
estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly
ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high
point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about
the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del
Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near
Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the
nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain
of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback.
02:00p
Rick Steves' Europe
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #502
France's Dordogne
The Dordogne River Valley with its dramatic castles, pre-historic cave paintings, and prized cuisine is an unforgettable blend of man-made and
natural beauty. We'll take an idyllic canoe ride, visit a goose farm, then savor the foie gras. We'll also wander through a lamp-lit castle, enjoy a
country market, and visit the Sistine Chapel of the prehistoric world. Then we head south to Albi, home of Toulouse Lautrec, and the imposing
fortress city of Carcassonne.
02:30p
Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg
ACCES
(S)
(CC)
N/A #106
How Safe Is Your Hotel? & Hidden Gems of Costa Rica
Terror attacks and their effects on hotel security; Peter's "Hidden Gems" of Costa Rica; correspondent Alyssa Chevrolet reports on an opportunity
where volunteer vacationers help to protect endangered snakes.
03:00p
Garden Smart
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3703
GardenSMART visits with experts who show us what goes into the planning of new gardens as well as things to keep in mind as we change our
gardens over from season to season. Good information.
03:30p
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
DVI #201
Herbs & Roses
P. Allen Smith invites James Beard award winning Chef Jerry Traunfeld to help him concoct an herb filled multi-course menu to serve guests
attending the dedication of the new rose garden at the Garden Home Retreat. Allen also demonstrates the ease of drying and storing your own
herbs. Plus, a mystery solved... is garlic an herb or a vegetable?
04:00p
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #429
Leslie Harris
The Honorable Leslie Harris has been an associate justice in the Suffolk County Juvenile Court in Massachusetts since 1994. Harris talks with
Maria Hinojosa about the kids who end up in his courtroom and the flaws in the juvenile justice system in America.
04:30p
Overheard with Evan Smith
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A #420
Brian Stelter, Senior Media Correspondent, Cnn
Brian Stelter is CNN's Senior Media Correspondent and host of Reliable Sources. Stelter joined CNN in November after six years at The New
York Times, where he covered the television and digital media industries. Stelter also wrote the New York Times best-seller Top of the Morning,
which uncovers the darker side of morning television.
05:00p
05:30p
Pen TV Program TBA
Place Holder for TBA Program
(S)
(N)
N/A
#0
Craftsman's Legacy
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #101
The Woodworker
Host Eric Gorges visits John Wilson, a writer, a teacher and a woodworker, at his home shop and learns how to make a shoulder plane. Eric
learns the history of shop-made tools, how to home temper tool-steel and the importance of salt in the woodshop.
Daily Program Listing II
43.1
01/01/2015 - 01/31/2015
Date: 11/22/2014
Page 119 of 119
Sat, Jan 31, 2015
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Subtitle
Start
06:00p
Focus On Europe
06:30p
Asia This Week
Distrib
APTEX
Stereo
Cap
AS2 Episode
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#3304
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#443
07:00p
Everyday Edisons
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #304
So Many Shoes, So Little..... Storage
Holly Tucker never met a stranger... even as she's trekked the globe as a travel agent. Holly is one of Season Three's most effervescent
inventors. She brings her enthusiasm and winning smile to the casting call and wows our judges with her Shoe Skirt, a unique concept in "out of
the way and out of the box" shoe storage. After our industrial design team reviews her idea and expands on the concept, it's off to test the product
for Direct Response Television (DRTV). Will the Shoe Skirt twirl with audiences? Only time will tell.
07:30p
Piano Guy
NETA
(S)
(CC)
N/A
#1304
Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play the wonderful standard, "When I Fall In Love," and the signature lick from the James
Bond theme song. Featured guests include David Tolley, Bradley Sowash and Lori Mechem.
08:00p
Infinity Hall Live
APTEX
(S)
(CC)
N/A #107
Shelby Lynne
INFINITY HALL LIVE continues with a concert by Grammy Award-winning artist Shelby Lynne. Since her debut in 1989, Shelby Lynne has been
difficult to define with her music ranging from country, blues, Southern soul, roots rock, Western swing, jazz and adult contemporary pop. When
asked to define herself, Lynne replied simply, "I try not to define anything really, myself especially. I like to let the music do the talking." This
simple statement speaks volumes to her craft. Shelby Lynne is a musician at heart, bringing her soulful, down-home sound and style to countless
individuals. Born in Virginia but raised in rural Alabama, Lynne struggled at the onset of her career. It wasn't until her 2000 album, I Am Shelby
Lynne, that she garnered critical acclaim, propelling her into the international spotlight. Since then, she has continued to dazzle audiences across
the country, asserting herself as one of country music's greats. Lynne has even made inroads onto the silver screen, appearing in several films,
most notably the Johnny Cash biopic, Walk the Line. At Infinity Hall, Lynne takes the stage with accomplished Nashville guitarist John Jackson.
"John Jackson is an excellent guitar-playing friend of mine, " she says, introducing Jackson, who has played with musicians like Bob Dylan and
Lucinda Williams. Although the pair performs only with guitars, vocals, and a harmonica,Lynne's music fills the room and captivates the audience.
Her set includes three songs from I Am Shelby Lynne, the album that earned her a Grammy in 2001 for Best New Artist. The show also includes
a moving performance of "Pretend," an original song she included on her 2008 Dusty Springfield tribute album, Just A Little Lovin', and "Killin'
Kind," which appeared in the film, Bridget Jones's Diary.
09:00p
Front and Center
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Cyndi Lauper
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of her Grammy-winning smash debut, She's So Unusual, Lauper performs the album from start to finish. She
became the first woman to record four Top 10 singles on a debut album, including "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time," "All Through
the Night" and "She-Bop."
10:00p
Globe Trekker
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Globe Trekker Food Hour: Mexico
Tyler kicks off his culinary adventure in Mexico City, where he explores the vibrant markets and discovers the potent chilies of the region. He
travels next to Oaxaca, the heartland of cactus and mescal, the sister drink of tequila. Later Tyler samples chocolate in Puebla and whips up
mole, the national dish. He celebrates at a festival devoted to vanilla and ends his journey on the east coast, where Mexican and Caribbean
flavors combine to influence the local cuisine.
11:00p
John Portman: A Life of Building
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JOHN PORTMAN: A LIFE OF BUILDING examines the work and legacy of one of the world's most daring and influential architects. Over the last
45 years, John Portman's iconic urban structures and eye-popping interiors steadily rose in 60 cities across four continents, helping redefine
cityscapes in the United States and skylines in Asia. Once considered a maverick because he eschewed long-accepted industry standards, critics
and leading architecture schools now fully embrace Portman's design approach, which emphasizes function, purpose and sensory experience.
JOHN PORTMAN: A LIFE OF BUILDING showcases Portman's buildings using dramatic time-lapse footage. The film also features interviews
with Portman, architecture critic Paul Goldberg (The New Yorker), Harvard professors Mack Scogin and Michael Hays, business associates
Mickey Steinberg and A.J. Robinson, architect Jacque Robertson, art critic Robert Craig and Portman's children.

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