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  • 11:03 PM Creature Features 162: 1959’s “Attack of The Giant Leeches

    • Creature Features 162: 1959’s “Attack of The Giant Leeches
    • Today, 11:03 PM
    • 45:11
    • A has-been rock star hosts horror films in his haunted mansion. Guest: Cheynne De Boer of Sick Soaps. Movie: 1959’s “Attack of The Giant Leeches.”
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  • 9:00 AM The Boink Show: The One About Native Americans

    • The Boink Show: The One About Native Americans
    • Today, 9:00 AM
    • 15:30
    • On this episode our friend Beverly Bushyhead joins us to help us understand Native Americans, our shared history and their culture. Suzanne the Magician talks with Avery about the Tooth Fairy and multiplying money. Alison Cromie shares her new song ''Playing in the Sandbox.''
  • 9:15 AM Dr Draw: Chicken Show

    • Dr Draw: Chicken Show
    • Today, 9:15 AM
    • 19:26
    • The chicken show
  • 9:35 AM Children's Corner: Oatmeal and Raisins

    • Children's Corner: Oatmeal and Raisins
    • Today, 9:35 AM
    • 26:04
    • In this episode, Sheriff Stephen J. complains that the prisoners keep getting out of the handcuff's, Black Bart meets D.I. Punishmen while doing his 30 day sentence in "The Slouch County Bootcamp of Rehabilitation" and is put on an exercising program to lose weight; The Slouch in the Couch Childrens Corner Band performs their original tune: The New Happy Birthday Song and Alphabet Chef Royce cooks up some Oatmeal and Raisins. The daily word of Interest is: Breakfast and Mr. Dill spells and defines the word: Sharing. (each episode has a daily word of interest that is spelled and defined. This episode contains part 1 of the Black Bart Adventure: Dance, Dance, Dance.k
  • 10:01 AM Scuba Jack: Meet Paco

    • Scuba Jack: Meet Paco
    • Today, 10:01 AM
    • 04:17
    • Scuba Jack One day, a nasty hurricane roared up the East Coast, bringing with it a very tired, very wet pelican. One minute he was happily feasting on fanciful fish in Puerto Rico, and the next he was lying on a beach in Gloucester. The poor little guy was found soaked and confused by Professor Galaxy, who was wandering the beach with his metal detector in hopes of finding some washed up pirate treasure....
  • 10:06 AM Meet The Author: Gidwitz

    • Meet The Author: Gidwitz
    • Today, 10:06 AM
    • 29:20
    • Author Adam Gidwitz is the author of the Newbery Honor winning The Inquisitor's Tale, the New York Times bestseller A Tale Dark & Grimm, and The Unicorn Rescue Society series. When asked “Are you a teacher who writes, or a writer who teaches?,” the author answered “…I am both, and very much so. And of course, in writing I hope to do the same thing I do with my teaching: to lead children to a deeper, more emotionally connected and integrated understanding of the world.” During the program, Gidwitz talks about his books, his writing process, and offers advice to students. Students from Stone Middle School (FCPS) ask questions via Skype. The author also answers students’ e-mail questions and questions from phone calls. A roll-in, “What is a Chupacabra?” rounds out the show
  • 10:35 AM A Minute in The Museum

    • A Minute in The Museum
    • Today, 10:35 AM
    • 01:36
    • This episode takes the viewer on a one minute-plus visual tour of the deYoung fine art museum in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
  • 10:37 AM Fairy Tale Access: Andy Peloquin

    • Fairy Tale Access: Andy Peloquin
    • Today, 10:37 AM
    • 29:14
    • 2017 RONE Award-Winning #Author of Hero of Darkness series. A True Grim Fairy Tale filled with seamless suspense and hope. It's an epic saga of good vs evil; the assassin vs the serial killer & the fine lines that define humanity and monsters. You won't put this down until the very last page and luckily this Author loves to write so you can keep moving on to the next saga. Keep Asking Questions
  • 11:07 AM Cooking with kids Gnocchi

    • Cooking with kids Gnocchi
    • Today, 11:07 AM
    • 24:23
    • Building stronger communities starts by opening our homes to our friends and neighbors. In this episode we are visiting local chef and volunteer, Jami Fencel, who will share more about her life as a volunteer and teach us tradition Italian way of making Gnocchi.
  • 11:31 AM Programming 4 Kids Show 09

    • Programming 4 Kids Show 09
    • Today, 11:31 AM
    • 28:31
    • This is the 9th of 27 TV show episodes to teach kids (about 5th grade and up) programming using Scratch 2. This episode: 1) introduces String Expressions, 2) displays the range of color shades, and 3) shows a way to use transparent color. String expressions are introduced. Strings values are "X", "Yes" and "Cat". They are a fundamental data type since a lot of data is text strings. Also, the "join", "length" and "letter" operators are introduced. The first challenge also introduces "Off by One" errors - an error situation that is common to all programming - not only in Scratch. The second challenge draws large dots on the stage showing Scratch's range of colors and shades. The final challenge shows an example of the transparent color that makes sprite costume areas colorless so they are see-through.
  • 12:00 PM The Tech Show: Cashless society

    • The Tech Show: Cashless society
    • Today, 12:00 PM
    • 21:01
    • In this episode of The TECH Show we're exploring how society is becoming cashless. Advances are changing how we spend our money through apps and various other devices. Plus Sonya has this weeks Tech News updates and we speak to KPop sensation: MonstaX
  • 12:30 PM Prescription Justice: Gun Violence The War Against Ourselves

    • Prescription Justice: Gun Violence The War Against Ourselves
    • Today, 12:30 PM
    • 28:31
    • The number of Americans killed by firearms since 1968, including suicides, homicides, and accidental shootings, is 1.4 million, more than the 1.2 million killed in all the wars involving our country from the Revolutionary War to the present. In this episode Dr. Martin Donohoe will talk about the epidemic of gun violence in America, the surprising history of the National Rifle Association, and the need for sensible gun legislation. Recorded: March 26, 2018 Category: Public Affairs Preview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/z8ZTmp8fur0
  • 1:00 PM La Comunidad Inicios

    • La Comunidad Inicios
    • Today, 1:00 PM
    • 59:06
    • This documentary tells the story of the formation of a new college student organization at Middle Tennessee State University known as La Comunidad @ MTSU. La Comunidad was created through a grant from Tennessee Board of Regents for young Latino college students enrolled at MTSU to build community through meeting each other, sharing Latino identity and immigrant experiences, supporting each other in academic pursuits, becoming informed advocates and giving service to the university and the greater Tennessee community. In the first year of La Comunidad, members’ countries of heritage included twelve Latin American countries and Puerto Rico. Student success, the ultimate goal of La Comunidad, was celebrated through recognition of graduates at the time of their college graduation. The story of the first year of La Comunidad is told through stories and images of students, university officials and first year events of La Comunidad.
  • 2:00 PM Future Talk - Breakthrough Starshot

    • Future Talk - Breakthrough Starshot
    • Today, 2:00 PM
    • 28:57
    • Future talk In this episode we examine a radical new propulsion technology which, if successful, could enable spacecraft to travel more than 1000 times faster than they do today. The project is called Breakthrough Starshot, and the technology consists of taking a highly miniaturized space probe, attaching it to a large but very lightweight sail, and aiming an extremely powerful Earth-based laser beam at it, causing it to accelerate to 20 percent of the speed of light in a matter of minutes. The goal is to launch a probe to Alpha Centauri, the next nearest star, and have the trip take a mere 20 years instead of the 30,000 years it would take with current means of propulsion. But the ultimate goal is to find out if there are other intelligent species out there that we might be able to communicate with. The guest is Pete Worden, executive director of Breakthrough Initiatives, an umbrella group that includes Breakthrough Starshot, as well as Breakthrough Listen (an attempt to detect electronic signals coming from other civilizations in deep space) and the Breakthrough Prizes, awarded for progress in key scientific fields. Pete was previously director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, which is one of the world’s top space research facilities. He’s a retired Brigadier General in the US Air Force, has a PhD in Astronomy, and has long been recognized as one of the world’s leading space experts. Breakthrough Starshot is funded through the "proof of concept" stage by a $100 million grant from Russian philanthropist Yuri Milner. Other notable people actively involved in the project include physicist Stephen Hawking, Sergey Brin of Google, and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook.
  • 2:30 PM Dr Draw: Armadillo Show

    • Dr Draw: Armadillo Show
    • Today, 2:30 PM
    • 24:59
    • The armadillo is on the loose
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  • 3:00 PM The Kamla show: Bjorn Rune TheWife

    • The Kamla show: Bjorn Rune TheWife
    • Today, 3:00 PM
    • 28:48
    • Kamla sits down to talk with filmmaker Bjorn Runge about the making of his first English feature film THE WIFE and working with Glenn Close and others. The film start Glenn Close,Jonathan Pryce, Christian Slater, Max Irons, Annie Maude Starke and others. The film is based on a best selling novel by the same name by Meg Wolizer. THE WIFE releases on Friday, Aug 24, 2018.
  • 3:30 PM The Jet Set - Season 04 Episode 02

    • The Jet Set - Season 04 Episode 02
    • Today, 3:30 PM
    • 20:58
    • We're mixing up some travel news with tequila on this post Cinco de Mayo episode.
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  • 4:00 PM Chico and Bman Were Lit

    • Chico and Bman Were Lit
    • Today, 4:00 PM
    • 28:42
    • Filmed in Nashville. Original music performed by songwriters: Jeremy Parsons, Donna Frost, KyraBeth, Meihofer, and The Buzz! Band. Plus Chico and Bman.
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  • 4:30 PM Prescription Justice Housing and Homelessness

    • Prescription Justice Housing and Homelessness
    • Today, 4:30 PM
    • 28:31
    • This episode begins with a brief history of housing policy and homelessness in the United States and how poor living conditions effect our health and wellbeing. Our guest Allison McIntosh, Deputy Director of Policy and Communications at Neighborhood Partnerships, will discuss current issues in local and national housing policy, renter’s rights, and how Trump administration measures affect affordable housing programs.
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  • 5:00 PM Insight: Churchill

    • Insight: Churchill
    • Today, 5:00 PM
    • 28:46
    • Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jessie Basler and Tania Contreras discuss ''Churchill'' by Paul Johnson. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.
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  • 5:30 PM Historical Sketches 063: Italy History P7b

    • Historical Sketches 063: Italy History P7b
    • Today, 5:30 PM
    • 28:03
    • History of Italy Part 7 - The Age of Charlemagne Nearing the end of the History of Italy during the first millennium. In this episode, the Age of Charlemagne, including tabloid-style details about his private life, as narrated by his biographer Eginard. How Saxony became the seed of today's Germany, Charlemagne fondness for the elephant sent to him by the Khalif of Baghdad and Charlemagne's favorite food. Why Bavaria is called Bavaria, why, fortunately, we just missed having an 'Avaria' to the East of Bavaria plus..... as all advertisements never fail to add.... ''and much more.''
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  • 6:00 PM Strata: Portraits of Humanity, February 2018 (Buried landscapes of Pennsylvania ; TAC Festival 2018)

    • Strata: Portraits of Humanity, February 2018 (Buried landscapes of Pennsylvania ; TAC Festival 2018)
    • Today, 6:00 PM
    • 28:30
    • Strata: Portraits of Humanity, February 2018 (Buried landscapes of Pennsylvania ; TAC Festival 2018) (1) A look into the fifty-year practice of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 in Pennsylvania. Traveling across the state, from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia with stops along the way, see some of the archaeological sites that have helped strengthen and revolutionize our understanding of the potential for buried landscapes. Spanning nearly 16,000 years of human life, we highlight five Pennsylvania sites and ask ''what lies beneath your feet?'' (2) A peek at the competition films for The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival.
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  • 6:30 PM Historical Sketches: Italy History Part 6

    • Historical Sketches: Italy History Part 6
    • Today, 6:30 PM
    • 27:59
    • History of Italy Part 6 - From the Goths to the Longobards to the Franks History of Italy in the First Millennium. The Longobards invade Italy and are then removed by the Franks. Emperor Justinian and the Pandectae. How the Pragmatic Sanctions effectively placed the ruling of Italy in the hand of the Pope and Bishops
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