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12:00 AM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Agriculture"  Will world population outrun food resources? The "Green Revolution" of the 20th century multiplied crop yields, in part through increasing inputs of pesticides and fertilizers. How can farmers reduce their use of agricultural chemicals and still produce enough food?. [P]

12:30 AM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Water Resources"  While essential to the lives of humans and animals, fresh water only accounts for six percent of the world's water supply. Scientists in Florida's Everglades and the water challenged Southwest consider the optimum use of existing sources of fresh water for both humans and ecosysteMs.. [P]

1:00 AM 
About Benjamin In celebration of the 300th birthday of one of America's most famous inventors and statesmen, documentary filmmakers look at Benjamin Franklin and his contributions to science, art, medicine, education and politics. [G]

1:30 AM 
Rediscovering Biology: Molecular to Global Perspectives  "Session 13. Genetically Modified Organisms"  While genetic modification of organisms has occurred for millennia, we now have the tools to insert specific genes from one organism into cells of unrelated species. This session illustrates the processes used and how such genetically transformed organisms are increasingly common in agriculture, industry, and medicine, and introduces the ethical considerations of GMO research. [P]

2:00 AM 
Drawn to Yellowstone Peter Coyote narrates this collection of Yellowstone art from Native American pictographs to 19th-century landscape oils by Thomas Moran and photographs by William H. Jackson to modern acrylic paintings. Artists' renderings are compared to the same locations today. The collection includes early Thomas Edison films, Buffalo Bill and Crow Indian footage and aerial shots. Scholars and experts contribute their views. [G]

3:00 AM 
Water Pressures Water is a central element of life, yet one in eight people worldwide - 1.2 billion - lack access to safe drinking water. In the coming years, the water scarcity in some drought-stricken regions will turn into a global crisis. [P]

4:00 AM 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 4. Oral Histories"  Oral histories can serve a dual role in the classroom: as a type of literature to be studied in itself and as artifacts that help explain other literary works. This session focuses on how folk songs, interviews, and other oral histories provide alternative views of a text. [P]

5:00 AM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Russia"  Russia, the largest country in the world, is located in northern Eurasia. It also has the largest reserves of energy and mineral resources. [P]

5:30 AM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "Afterschool Snacks"  When the 3:00p.m. [P]

6:00 AM 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Pantry Raid"  Friends drop by at the last minute, but even on a weeknight, it's not a problem for Sara because she just pulls ingredients from the pantry. No need to go to the store with Linguine with White Bean, Sun-Dried Tomato and Olive Sauce, decadent Nacho Pie made healthier with home-made tortilla chips and surprisingly Savory Waffles topped with a Poached Egg in Hollandaise. [P]

6:30 AM 
Rachel's Favorite Food for Living  "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. [P]

7:00 AM 
Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge  "Kenya: Masai Mara and El Karama"  Art goes eye-to-eye with thousands of wildebeest and zebra during the Great Migration of East Africa. An old friend and bush pilot helps him capture aerial patterns of the herds and flocks of flamingos. [G]

7:30 AM 
New Fly Fisher  "McCauley's Smallmouth Bass"  [P]

8:00 AM 
Ask This Old House  "Installing a Privacy Fence/Replacing a Clogged Shower Valve"  Landscape contractor Roger Cook works with a fencing contractor to install a vinyl privacy fence. Then, Roger, along with host Kevin O'Connor, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and general contractor Tom Silva, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Richard replaces a clogged shower valve. [P]

8:30 AM 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Laminated Coat Rack"  [P]

9:00 AM 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Entertaining Outdoors"  Allen is having a party in the garden to celebrate the completion of the house at the Garden Home Retreat. The party area includes an outdoor kitchen and poolside containers for decorative plantings. [G]

9:30 AM 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Garden Party"  Katie creates a party in the garden with recipes like pasta- pea-parsley salad, poached salmon with dill and a watermelon drink. [G]

10:00 AM 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "Primal Grill"  Think back. Way back. [P]

10:30 AM 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "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. [P]

11:00 AM 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "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. [P]

11:30 AM 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "Italian Fire"  Since Roman times, the Italian focus-hearth-has made monumental contributions to the world of live fire cooking. A new addition to the Primal Grill equipment collection, an authentic Italian-style wood-burning oven, inspired this show's menu: two versions of Italy's iconic food, pizza, cooked on the floor of the oven but easily adapted to a conventional grill; wood oven-roasted sweet and sour duck; and monster bone-in pork chops glazed with a reduction of red wine, honey, and balsamic vinegar. [P]

12:00 PM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Agriculture"  Will world population outrun food resources? The "Green Revolution" of the 20th century multiplied crop yields, in part through increasing inputs of pesticides and fertilizers. How can farmers reduce their use of agricultural chemicals and still produce enough food?. [P]

12:30 PM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Water Resources"  While essential to the lives of humans and animals, fresh water only accounts for six percent of the world's water supply. Scientists in Florida's Everglades and the water challenged Southwest consider the optimum use of existing sources of fresh water for both humans and ecosysteMs.. [P]

1:00 PM 
About Benjamin In celebration of the 300th birthday of one of America's most famous inventors and statesmen, documentary filmmakers look at Benjamin Franklin and his contributions to science, art, medicine, education and politics. [G]

1:30 PM 
Rediscovering Biology: Molecular to Global Perspectives  "Session 13. Genetically Modified Organisms"  While genetic modification of organisms has occurred for millennia, we now have the tools to insert specific genes from one organism into cells of unrelated species. This session illustrates the processes used and how such genetically transformed organisms are increasingly common in agriculture, industry, and medicine, and introduces the ethical considerations of GMO research. [P]

2:00 PM 
Drawn to Yellowstone Peter Coyote narrates this collection of Yellowstone art from Native American pictographs to 19th-century landscape oils by Thomas Moran and photographs by William H. Jackson to modern acrylic paintings. Artists' renderings are compared to the same locations today. The collection includes early Thomas Edison films, Buffalo Bill and Crow Indian footage and aerial shots. Scholars and experts contribute their views. [G]

3:00 PM 
Water Pressures Water is a central element of life, yet one in eight people worldwide - 1.2 billion - lack access to safe drinking water. In the coming years, the water scarcity in some drought-stricken regions will turn into a global crisis. [P]

4:00 PM 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 4. Oral Histories"  Oral histories can serve a dual role in the classroom: as a type of literature to be studied in itself and as artifacts that help explain other literary works. This session focuses on how folk songs, interviews, and other oral histories provide alternative views of a text. [P]

5:00 PM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Russia"  Russia, the largest country in the world, is located in northern Eurasia. It also has the largest reserves of energy and mineral resources. [P]

5:30 PM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "Afterschool Snacks"  When the 3:00p.m. [P]

6:00 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Sweet Endings"  Chocolate Mint Truffettes; Quick Almond And Plum Cake; Tuiles A L'orange; Summer Cornets Susie. [P]

6:30 PM 

7:00 PM 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Stuffed Crab Shells, Breaded Red Snapper with Shrimp, Fennel and Oranges, and Hollandaise Sauce. [P]

7:30 PM 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Dinner Time Sizzle"  [P]

8:00 PM 
Ask This Old House  "Installing a Privacy Fence/Replacing a Clogged Shower Valve"  Landscape contractor Roger Cook works with a fencing contractor to install a vinyl privacy fence. Then, Roger, along with host Kevin O'Connor, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and general contractor Tom Silva, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Richard replaces a clogged shower valve. [P]

8:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "France's Dordogne"  Rick takes a canoe ride, visits a goose farm and savors the foie gras, wanders through a lamp-lit castle, enjoys a country market, and visits the Sistine Chapel of the prehistoric world. [G]

9:00 PM 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Tahiti & Bora Bora"  [P]

9:30 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Sweet Endings"  Chocolate Mint Truffettes; Quick Almond And Plum Cake; Tuiles A L'orange; Summer Cornets Susie. [P]

10:00 PM 

10:30 PM 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Class  "Ricotta Mint Ravioli & Lemon Salad"  Joanne's teaches her student Michelle how to make pasta from scratch and encourages her to try it at home. Recipes: (1) TOMATO AND LEMON SALAD WITH LEMON-SCENTED OIL, (2) HOMEMADE RICOTTA AND MINT RAVIOLI WITH SWEET TOMATOES. [P]

11:00 PM 
Taste This!  "Cooks Who Care"  [P]

11:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "France's Dordogne"  Rick takes a canoe ride, visits a goose farm and savors the foie gras, wanders through a lamp-lit castle, enjoys a country market, and visits the Sistine Chapel of the prehistoric world. [G]


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