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1:00
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Oregon Art Beat

Ceramics Showcase

Ceramics Showcase. Billed as the largest ceramics exhibition and sale in the country, Art Beat visits the yearly gathering of clay artists from all around Oregon. We'll also visit Sara Swink, a ceramic artist who blends psychology and art; Japanese-American Hiroshi Ogawa who studied traditional ceramics in Japan; Patrick Noe who transfers his wood carving onto clay; and Portland ceramicist James DeRosso.

more on episode | Oregon Art Beat site »


1:30
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Oregon Field Guide

Warner Canyon, Friends Of Trees, Climate And Butterflies

Oregon's second oldest ski hill is little known outside of Lakeview, Oregon, but it's small-town favorite run entirely by volunteers.

more on episode | Oregon Field Guide site »


2:00
am

Midsomer Murders

The Silent Land

An unpopular village librarian turns up dead during a spooky ghost tours in Midsomer Magna.

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3:00
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Midsomer Murders

The Silent Land

An unpopular village librarian turns up dead during a spooky ghost tours in Midsomer Magna.

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3:30
am

Masterpiece

Wolf Hall on Masterpiece, Episode Four

Cromwell demands the nobility and church swear an oath acknowledging Anne as lawful Queen.

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4:30
am

Film School Shorts

Crossed Stars

Love grows during a dinosaur invasion in "The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger."

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5:00
am

Garden SMART

#5103

Whether it's starting a new garden or revitalizing an existing one, there are always challenges.

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5:30
am

P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

Sensory Experiences

P. Allen Smith shows us how you can transform your living spaces into sensory delights.

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6:00
am

Peg + Cat

The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem
DVI

Peg and Cat show a group of very hungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly.

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6:30
am

Super Why!

King Midas
DVI

Super Why and his friends fly into the story of a ruler with the golden touch and meet King Midas.

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7:30
am

Arthur

Fernlets by Fern/Prunella and the Haunted Locker

Muffy talks Fern into writing poems for a new line of greeting cards which becomes a big hit.

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8:00
am

Dinosaur Train

Stargazing On The Night Train/Get Into Nature!
DVI

Sidney Sinovenator takes the family to his favorite stargazing spot and teaches them about stars.

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8:30
am

Bob the Builder

Don't Muck It Up

Muck and Scoop prank each other while working on Bella the elephant's enclosure at the zoo.

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9:00
am

Rick Steves' Europe

Rome: Ancient Glory

Marvel at the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the empire's exquisite art and bike on the Appian Way.

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9:30
am

Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge

India - Varanasi To Bandhavgarh

Visit India's holiest river towns and home of the largest religious gathering on the planet.

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10:00
am

Nature

Natural Born Rebels: The Hunger Wars

Animals who will steal, cheat and fight to get food, including crabs and macaques, are explored.

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11:00
am

Nova Wonders

What Are Animals Saying?

Follow clues that reveal how animals "talk" to each other from spider thumps and mice mating songs.

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12:00
pm

Live From Lincoln Center

Leslie Odom Jr. In Concert

The Tony winner and jazz vocalist brings his remarkable talent to this intimate performance.

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1:00
pm

International Jazz Day From Cuba

#2018

World-renowned artists come together for an International Jazz Day celebration in Havana, Cuba.

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2:00
pm

Soundstage

Manhattan Transfer/Take 6 (The Summit)

Pop and jazz fusion vocal quartet The Manhattan Transfer and gospel a cappella group Take 6 perform.

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3:00
pm

Focus on Europe

#3617

A mayor in Turkey wants to change politics. Survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto commemorate the uprising.

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6:00
pm

Oregon Art Beat

Ceramics Showcase

Ceramics Showcase. Billed as the largest ceramics exhibition and sale in the country, Art Beat visits the yearly gathering of clay artists from all around Oregon. We'll also visit Sara Swink, a ceramic artist who blends psychology and art; Japanese-American Hiroshi Ogawa who studied traditional ceramics in Japan; Patrick Noe who transfers his wood carving onto clay; and Portland ceramicist James DeRosso.

more on episode | Oregon Art Beat site »


6:30
pm

Oregon Field Guide

Warner Canyon, Friends Of Trees, Climate And Butterflies

Oregon's second oldest ski hill is little known outside of Lakeview, Oregon, but it's small-town favorite run entirely by volunteers.

more on episode | Oregon Field Guide site »


7:00
pm

Place to Call Home

A Nagging Doubt

The death of a local schoolteacher leads Sarah to a shocking discovery.

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8:00
pm

Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife: Season 7, Ep 7

Barbara's condition doesn't improve and she's kept in isolation. Dr. Turner and Shelagh assist a man held in a remand home.

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9:00
pm

Masterpiece

Unforgotten Season 2 on Masterpiece, Episode 1

A waterlogged suitcase holds the remains of David Walker, 25 years after he disappeared.

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10:30
pm

Last Tango in Halifax

Tango 4

Caroline is overwhelmed at the prospect of looking after baby Flora, until a stranger appears.

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11:30
pm

The Cobblestone Corridor

The Time Capsule

A 100-year-old time capsule is unearthed as the school prepares for the annual Spring Formal.

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