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12:00 AM 
Art Through Time: A Global View  "The Urban Experience"  Shows how cities from New York to Djenne have been shaped by the creative visions of architects, sculptors, and planners, and how the work of Mexican muralists, French Impressionists, and Japanese printmakers reflect city life. [P]

12:30 AM 
Art Through Time: A Global View  "Conflict and Resolution"  Features iconic paintings by Manet, Picasso, and Goya, satirical drawings by Daumier, Soviet propaganda, and photographs by contemporary artist Lalla Essaydi, explores the role of art in shaping conflicts over politics, religion, morality, and social justice. [P]

1:00 AM 
Economics U$A  "Resources and Scarcity"  Wilderness preservation and WWII productivity show how society allocates and transforms resources. [P]

1:30 AM 
Economics U$A  "Markets and Prices"  Developer William J. Levitt's low-cost housing and Reggie Jackson's contract help explain the powerful forces of supply and demand. [P]

2:00 AM 
Teaching Reading K-2: A Library of Classroom Practices  "Becoming Readers and Writers"  Guided by kindergarten teacher Sheila Owen, of Beaumont, California, students see themselves as readers and writers from day one. [G]

2:30 AM 
Teaching Reading K-2: A Library of Classroom Practices  "Writer's Journal"  Kindergarten students in Houston, Texas, practice reading and writing at their own levels at the classroom's work stations. These routines and classroom management techniques provide a consistent structure for student learning. [G]

3:00 AM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Risk, Exposure, and Health"  We all require food, air, and water to survive - which are contaminated to some extent by man-made pollutants. Two studies, one in a rural western mining town and another in a dense urban population, reveal how these exposures impact health, and what can be done to reduce the risks. [G]

3:30 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]

4:00 AM 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Bring It All Together: Processing for Meaning During Inquiry"  Making meaning from investigations and experience requires that you guide student dialogue, encouraging your students to make connections, draw conclusions, and ask new questions. This program looks at the rationale for this kind of processing, and strategies that can help students construct new mental frameworks. [G]

5:00 AM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "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. [P]

5:30 AM 
Signing Time!  "Who Has The Frog?"  In trying to find Hopkins the frog, Alex and Leah learn to sign question words like who, what, where and when. [P]

6:00 AM 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "The Best Kept Secrets of European Grilling"  When it comes to European grilling, Italy and Greece grab the headlines. Here's a look of some of Europe's lesser-known grilling traditions. [P]

6:30 AM 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "The Southwest"  On the southwestern desert, Raichlen finds grilled fry bread, barbecue beans and chile rellenos, churrasco portabello, and salsa verde with chips. [G]

7:00 AM 
Rhythm Abroad  "Alberta, Canada"  [P]

7:30 AM 
Music Voyager  "Miami: The Magic City"  [P]

8:00 AM 
Ask This Old House  "Building A Simple Table/Getting Rid of Tree Stumps"  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. [P]

8:30 AM 
Woodturning Workshop  "Cowboy Hat"  Head em' up and move em' out this week on the Woodturning Workshop. Tim is joined by the 'Original Hat Man' Johannes Michelsen. [P]

9:00 AM 
Growing a Greener World  "Backyard Beekeeping (Seattle, Atlanta)"  [P]

9:30 AM 
Katie Brown Workshop  "A Sparkling Holiday"  Shine in style this holiday season with Katie's simple ideas designed to spread holiday cheer. In the Kitchen: Beef Filet with Cranberry Tarragon Butter, Silky Potato Gratin and Orange and Olive Salad with Basil Vinaigrette. [P]

10:00 AM 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "French Sweets, Refined and Rustic"  [P]

10:30 AM 
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking  "New York City, NY: Chefs Matt Lightner, Anita Lo and Andy Ricker"  [P]

11:00 AM 
Taste This!  "Nyc Upper East Side"  [P]

11:30 AM 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Sicily In New York City"  The Sicilians were a large immigrant community in lower Manhattan and other areas of New York City, and they brought with them several dishes from their homeland. Today, Lidia celebrates the Sicilians with a Stuffed Calamari Dish and a Broccoli with Garlic and Anchovies. [P]

12:00 PM 
Art Through Time: A Global View  "The Urban Experience"  Shows how cities from New York to Djenne have been shaped by the creative visions of architects, sculptors, and planners, and how the work of Mexican muralists, French Impressionists, and Japanese printmakers reflect city life. [P]

12:30 PM 
Art Through Time: A Global View  "Conflict and Resolution"  Features iconic paintings by Manet, Picasso, and Goya, satirical drawings by Daumier, Soviet propaganda, and photographs by contemporary artist Lalla Essaydi, explores the role of art in shaping conflicts over politics, religion, morality, and social justice. [P]

1:00 PM 
Economics U$A  "Resources and Scarcity"  Wilderness preservation and WWII productivity show how society allocates and transforms resources. [P]

1:30 PM 
Economics U$A  "Markets and Prices"  Developer William J. Levitt's low-cost housing and Reggie Jackson's contract help explain the powerful forces of supply and demand. [P]

2:00 PM 
Teaching Reading K-2: A Library of Classroom Practices  "Becoming Readers and Writers"  Guided by kindergarten teacher Sheila Owen, of Beaumont, California, students see themselves as readers and writers from day one. [G]

2:30 PM 
Teaching Reading K-2: A Library of Classroom Practices  "Writer's Journal"  Kindergarten students in Houston, Texas, practice reading and writing at their own levels at the classroom's work stations. These routines and classroom management techniques provide a consistent structure for student learning. [G]

3:00 PM 
Habitable Planet, The  "Risk, Exposure, and Health"  We all require food, air, and water to survive - which are contaminated to some extent by man-made pollutants. Two studies, one in a rural western mining town and another in a dense urban population, reveal how these exposures impact health, and what can be done to reduce the risks. [G]

3:30 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]

4:00 PM 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Bring It All Together: Processing for Meaning During Inquiry"  Making meaning from investigations and experience requires that you guide student dialogue, encouraging your students to make connections, draw conclusions, and ask new questions. This program looks at the rationale for this kind of processing, and strategies that can help students construct new mental frameworks. [G]

5:00 PM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "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. [P]

5:30 PM 
Signing Time!  "Who Has The Frog?"  In trying to find Hopkins the frog, Alex and Leah learn to sign question words like who, what, where and when. [P]

6:00 PM 
Lidia's Italy In America  "New York Italian Style"  In this episode, Lidia shares three delicious recipes that she picked up on Arthur Avenue and in Little Italy, New York. Zucchini and Eggplant Parmigiana, Roberto's Chicken Piccante and Skillet Cauliflower Torrisi are all the very core of Italian American comfort food. [P]

6:30 PM 

7:00 PM 
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends  "Soups"  [P]

7:30 PM 
Mike Colameco's Real Food [P]

8:00 PM 
Ask This Old House  "Building A Simple Table/Getting Rid of Tree Stumps"  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. [P]

8:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Switzerland's Jungfrau Region: Best of the Alps"  [P]

9:00 PM 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Korea"  Rudy samples cosmopolitan Seoul and the tranquility of temples tucked into lush mountains. [G]

9:30 PM 
Lidia's Italy In America  "New York Italian Style"  In this episode, Lidia shares three delicious recipes that she picked up on Arthur Avenue and in Little Italy, New York. Zucchini and Eggplant Parmigiana, Roberto's Chicken Piccante and Skillet Cauliflower Torrisi are all the very core of Italian American comfort food. [P]

10:00 PM 

10:30 PM 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada"  Two of Ensenada's best seafood chefs, Benito Molina and Alain Genchi, join Rick for a lesson in mollusk farming. Juan Carlos Lapuente of Acuacultura Integral de Baja California takes the trio to the rich coastal waters to see oyster and mussel farming. [P]

11:00 PM 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Beer: Not Just for Drinking"  Steeped in the tradition of great Alsatian beers, Chef Keller shows why beer is a remarkable flavor enhancer and tenderizer. In today's show, he uses it in a marinade, a batter, and even a surprise chocolate dessert; the results are sensational. [P]

11:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Switzerland's Jungfrau Region: Best of the Alps"  [P]


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