Segment 1: Whitetip Reef Sharks. At the remote, lush, uninhabited Cocos Island, 300 miles off the coast of Costa Rica, Jonathan witnesses a nightly hunting ritual. Dozens of Whitetip Reef sharks join together into roving gangs to hunt fish in the reef. Sometimes the fish are pretty good at getting away, sometimes they aren't. Segment 2: The Kelp Forest. Off the coast of southern California, Catalina Island is known is one the greatest places in the world to see Kelp Forests. Jonathan travels to Catalina Island to explore these fantastic undersea forests of plants and meets the animals that live there, including a ray that attacks his camera! Segment 3: River of Wrecks. The St. Lawrence River connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes and as such has been a major shipping channel for hundreds of years. The bottom of the river is littered with the remains of ships that ran aground or were lost during storms. Jonathan explores some of the wrecks and gets a unique look into the history of life along the river.
AIRSHOW RADIO CHATTER: Air shows are recognized as having great visual appeal. But when we take viewers inside the cockpit during an airshow performance, learning the significance of what's said or surprisingly NOT said will send your head spinning. HANGAR FLYING 3: Kurtis, Sara, and Anthony wrap up their debate series by discussing their favorite single engine planes.
AIN'T GONNA SHUFFLE NO MORE - A CALL TO PRIDE AND A RENEWED PUSH FOR UNITY GALVANIZE BLACK AMERICA. WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION CASSUIS CLAYCHALLENGE AMERICA TO ACCEPT HIM AS MUHAMMAD ALI, A MINISTER OF ISLAM WHO REFUSES TO FIGHT IN VIETNAM. STUDENTS AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY IN WASHINGTON, DC FIGHT TO BRING THE GROWING BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS MOVEMENT AND THEIR AFRICAN HERI- TAGE INSIDE THE WALLS OF THIS PROMINENT BLACK INSTITUTION.
Discover hidden treasures such as 1955 Whitey Ford and 1951 Yogi Berra jerseys, an 1863 gilt bronze-mounted gaslight and an 1887 Seth Whipple oil painting. Which find is appraised at $130,000?
This compelling documentary explores Chapelle's storytelling and her intriguing journey as a combat journalist, which paved the way for other female war correspondents. She defied the odds and told the story her way.
Nothing scares new gardeners (and even some veterans) like starting a vegetable crop from seed. But there's no better way to really know what you're growing and turn your gardening habit into a year-round endeavor. This episode demystifies seeds and offers a crash course in starting a productive and successful garden from scratch. Host Joe Lamp'l starts seeds both inside and outside and demonstrates expert techniques from his own kitchen and food garden.
California rice farmer sells direct to consumers. A Virginia farm sets national record(s) for corn harvests. Farm to fork turkey burgers. Wisconsin's "Farm to School" program celebrates local crops as students learn to eat healthier.
Gary and the crew visit Vermont to talk to Ben and Jeff, co-owners of Music Store Live, a booming website that aims to combine the local guitar shop feel with the online shopping convenience. Learn how customers can buy and trade a variety of guitars and gear. Then they head over to Massachusetts to chat with Michelle, the owner of Love the Cool, a digital media agency that serves clients such as CVS, Vogue, and Instacart.
Tonight on Nightly Business Report, Americans are buying new homes at the fastest pace in eight years. What's behind the surge? And, are muscle cars strong enough to protect you during common collisions?
Car Wash Bob and the team are building an automatic car wash for Curtis's garage. In effort to ensure that the tarmac is completely flat, Roley keeps checking and re-checking, so much to a fault! During the second test run, Roley thinks he sees unflattened tarmac and rushes to fix it. Car wash chaos ensues and Bob and the team enact a quick repair. The car wash is finished just as Mayor Madison and Mr. Bentley arrive to use the new system. Windows open, Phillip hurries through, washing not only the outside of the car, but Mayor Madison and Mr. Bentley, too. Learning Goals: To recognize that systems have an order for operation. To recognize shapes and colors. To understand the importance of applying one's best efforts. Check Up Day: It's time for the Machines' Check Up Day! After a wash, the Machines are ready for Curtis the mechanic to examine them to ensure that they're working properly. However, Scoop notices that his orange emergency light is broken and worries about his inspection. He tries to hide but only becomes more disheveled. Bob finds Scoop and, with Wendy's help, they prepare him for his examination. Scoop and Lofty support each other through their check-ups and yield positive results. Learning Goals: To understand that systems have components or parts that work together to accomplish a goal. To understand the need to maintain systems. To recognize value of expressing fears, concerns and problems.
The Afternoon Tea Express - Stephen becomes very excited when the Earl gives him the special job of collecting the ingredients for the afternoon teas at the Castle. But Spencer teases him about being too old and slow. Stephen, however, asks Thomas and the other engines to give him a push, and he's soon speeding along. When it's Spencer's turn to give Stephen a push he goes too fast, forcing Stephen to lose control and splatter jam all over the unsuspecting guests. Stephen learns that being steady and reliable is more important than being fast. Educational Objectives: accepting differences, understanding there are consequences to one's actions, apologizing, coping with failure, resourceful thinking. The Smelly Kipper - One evening at Tidmouth sheds, James teases Percy about being scared of the dark. Henry challenges James to take the Flying Kipper that night for him. James agrees, but when he realizes that the fish from the Flying Kipper are really smelly, he tries to back out of the challenge. James convinces Henry that he didn't offer to pull the Flying Kipper--Henry must have been dreaming. James soon gets his come-uppance when he becomes the Smelly Kipper.... Phew! Educational Objectives: apologizing, coping with failure, understanding there are consequences to one's actions, telling the truth.
Chirp counts her collection. The birds discover you can make prints with berry juice. Pocoyo: A Little Something Between Friends - Pocoyo and Pato argue.
Go Up and Down - When Papa takes the cubs to the Bruin's cottage, he'sin such a hurry to get fishing, he dismisses the cubs' suggestion to think ahead and plan out everything they'll need to take with them. He rushes down the long windy staircase that leads to the water far below - only to find himself climbing back up the stairs again and again to get something else they need from the cottage. They've forgotten quite a few things - lifejackets, oars, sunhats, the fishing net...so Papa goes up and down and up and down, wearing himself out. It's only when the cubs take it upon themselves to think ahead, make a list and take everything they need with them that Papa can finally sit back and enjoy a day of fishing. Big Bear, Small Bear - When he's given his very own key to the tree house, Brother feels so "all grown up" that he turns his back on frivolous "cub games" in favour of doing "important grown up jobs" with Papa. But when Papa can't find a way to help Ms. Grizzle gain access to her accidentally locked house, it's Brother who shinnies up a nearby tree to an open window like only a cub can. Realizing that cubs can do important jobs too, like taking care of their pets, helping their family and siblings, Brother decides not to be in such a rush to be "all grown up" and rejoins the cub fun with his friends.
Mirror mirror on the wall...please tell us how you are made. Join Joel and contest winner, Genna on this unique episode to answer the winning quest letter about how mirrors are made. Greene and Genna travel to North Carolina to experience the fascinating process of mirror making.
Mimi and her friends explore a Minnesota milkweed patch, counting monarchs to help scientists track the butterfly population. These SciGirls then raise monarch caterpillars, and use a video diary to capture their metamorphosis into butterflies.
Baby Bear and Chris learn that bees make wax and honey, and help things grow.
Daniel and Miss Elaina Play Rocketship - Daniel has come to play with Miss Elaina today! They decide to play "outer space," but Miss Elaina gets upset when her cardboard telescope and spaceship accidentally break. Lady Elaine helps the friends see that they can still have fun together, even without the toys - because they're friends! They use their imaginations to keep playing, which is just as much fun! Daniel Plays at the Castle - Daniel is visiting Prince Wednesday and the boys are excited to explore Prince Wednesday's rock collection. Daniel is saddened when Prince Wednesday tells him the rocks are too delicate to play with. Daniel and Prince Wednesday learn that friendship is about more than just playing with each other's toys - it's about being together!
The Old Bird - Buddy, Tiny and Mom make a play date with Petey Peteinosaurus to ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Arlene Archeopteryx, a bird from the family of the oldest birds ever! The kids are excited to learn that Arlene is a bird and a dinosaur. Home With Shiny & Don - Shiny and Don stay at home and we get to see that just because they don't always ride with Buddy and Tiny on the Dinosaur Train doesn't mean that they are not having fun. An adventure into a local caves leads to a marvelous and brilliant discovery.
Playground-Palooza - When Nature Cat, Squeeks, Daisy and Hal learn that their city dog friend Sadie is sad because she really misses playing with her friends out in nature, Nature Cat has a great idea to make her feel better. They will bring the nature fun to Sadie right in the middle of the city! The gang loves the idea, but there is one small question: how are they going to bring nature into the city?! Small But Big - Squeeks is so excited because today is The Small But Big Art Fair, and she is making a small but big masterpiece for it! The others are excited to go see it, but getting there proves to be difficult because the directions are really for small creatures and will require Daisy, Nature Cat and Hal to use magnifying glasses to help them get there.
When the beloved teacher Mrs. Langley leaves to have a baby, the kids get a long-term substitute, Mr. Shue. Mr. Shue seems much more serious and not nearly as much fun as Mrs. Langley, so the kids decide they have to win him over. The only problem is, he only seems to like one thing - math. With the help of Celia Lopez, Gus the baker's niece, they eventually succeed, and in the process learn that sometimes you need to give people a chance.
Oscar and the Oscarbots - When several of Oscar's Oscarbots (robots made in his own image) become lost in town, Olive and Otto must help him find them. Curriculum: Reading, writing and representing numbers; number sense. Picture Day - Otto and Olive must figure out why people in town are becoming plaid and striped. Curriculum: Algebraic thinking; patterns.
Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.
Put the FUN in FUNctional Fitness as Suzanne Andrews guides you with an effective, doctor approved workout to increase your ability to function with real life fitness solutions for your real life challenges.
Fashion designer, Orlando Dugi is going to show how to do hand beading on a variety of women's evening wear and accessories. His business is Orlando Dugi Fashions. Janet Stahl is with Butterball, and she's going to talk about new turkey breakfast options, quick and easy morning recipes and demonstrate how to make breakfast fun with and for the kids. Casey Schwartz is a floral designer and co-owner of Flower Duet, and she's going to show how to make a tussie-mussie or what is sometimes referred to as Victorian posies. Victorians believed flowers had special meanings, so the idea is to select flowers to convey your special message to someone.
P. Allen Smith explores the little touches that make a big impact around the home and garden.
Gary paints a large hibiscus larger than his usual work. A mixture of red, turquoise and yellow gives this flower its characteristic appearance. In the background, a hodgepodge of Impressionist brushstrokes and colors creates balance in this painting's composition.
Dr. Larry Arnn is the President of Hillsdale College and a most respected professor of politics and history. With his book, Churchill's Trial, he shows how the greatest statesman of the twentieth century left us timeless wisdom to guide and shape our next century.
SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. Host Robert Scully has been described by Canadian daily La Presse as "the best interviewer on television." Since its debut in Canada in 1983, the series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists.
NEWSLINE is produced by NHK, Japan's news leading public broadcaster, featuring global news and current affairs, business, sports, science and technology trends plus global weather forecasts from over 30 news bureaus throughout the world.
Every weeknight, the Emmy winning NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT delivers the day's essential business and economic news. Each lively half-hour combines trusted, credible and unbiased information and extensive financial market coverage with insightful features, analysis and commentaries by noted economists and business experts.
Explore what is, and what is not, garbage in the kitchen as Chef Hamilton demonstrates how dishes get better the longer you re-use ingredients.
A knife-slashed corpse takes Wallander on a chase for the victim's missing daughter. Increasingly forgetful, he breaks a cardinal rule of policing.
Josie takes on a new role and an old one. Whiteleys' troubles lead Jimmy and Mr. Crabb to take a big risk. Found out, Jimmy takes desperate measures.
Soames continues to be obsessed with Irene and wants to resume their marriage, since she won't grant a divorce. She leaves for Paris to escape his harassment. Jolyon meets Irene in France and, as they spend time together, they fall in love.
A collection of short films from around the world.