TV Schedule

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Morning

6:00 am
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6:02 am
Ella the Elephant
Ella's Island
When Ella's dad takes her and her friends for a big day of sailing, an unexpected fog strands them on an undiscovered island. Ella has to show her friends what it means to be a 'crew' to save the day.
6:15 am
Hi Opie!
Opie Makes a Match
When Opie makes a mess of his classmate's shoes, he has to find a way to match them all up again.
6:22 am
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Maximus bakes cookies for the first time.
First on the Scene celebrates children's accomplishments. Everything from learning to skate, riding a bike without training wheels, losing a first tooth, to drawing a great picture-- by profiling children on a preschool news magazine-styled show called Big Backyard News (BBN). The BBN news anchor is Sticks from Gisèle's Big Backyard. In this episode, Maximus bakes cookies for the first time.
6:26 am
Now You Know (SV)
Volcano
At the Royal Ontario Museum Howie and Baboo visit a rock exhibit where curator Kim explains how a volcano is created, then demonstrates a lava eruption with a paper-mache volcano.
6:33 am
Doozers
Green Thumb
Flex calls on his friends to help him replant some baby radishes that were being overcrowding. Inspired by Professor Gimbal, they learn to build a garden that goes up, instead of out, and now there's plenty of room for all the plants to grow!
6:45 am
MathXplosion
Actually, It's An Estimate
Eric astounds with his amazing powers of estimation! Figure out how to arrive at estimations (not guesses!), for example, how many hours you'll sleep by the time you're 18 years old. The Educational Gist: An approximation is the nearest estimate you can get without having the precise size or measure of something. In this episode, we see how accurate estimates are arrived at by using information about many things in our everyday lives, in logical ways.
6:49 am
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Sir Readsalot realizes his story is missing a title.
Gisele's Big Backyard Book Club has been refreshed with an innovative approach to encourage literacy and oral communication for preschoolers. In each episode, Gisele reads about her friends Sir Readsalot and Lady Writeswell who try to write a story with the help of the children at home. In each segment, we learn about a different aspect of story and written communication through playful dramatic play. Topics include character, action, rhyme and setting. In this episode, Sir Readsalot realizes his story is missing a title.
6:52 am
Dino Dan
Fishing for Dinos
Dan teaches Uncle Jack how to fish like dinosaurs and pterosaurs.
7:04 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Soccer Game
When Mayor Humdinger challenges the Adventure Bay team to a soccer match, Ryder and the Paw Patrol are called in to play. The Paw Patrol players start strong but a series of mysterious mishaps - a liver sausage pizza distracts their goalie, gophers appear on the field and their holes cause havoc - all lead to the Adventure Bay team trailing and the game in jeopardy. The Paw Patrol must work as a team to overcome some dirty tricks by Mayor Humdinger and pull out a victory!
7:17 am
Odd Squad (SV)
Worst First Day Ever
When Agent Ori's first day on the job turns into a worst case scenario, other Odd Squad agents share their own 'worst first day ever' stories.
7:31 am
Wild Kratts
Walk on the Wetside
When Chris and Martin locate an amazing water-walking Basilisk lizard in Costa Rica, they try to replicate its actions in order to learn how this rare lizard is able to walk on water.
7:59 am
Arthur
Francine Redecorates/Arthur the Loser
Francine likes bats and lizards, while Catherine's taste runs to lace. Normally, it's fun to be different, but not if you're two sisters sharing the same room. There's only one thing in life Arthur really wants, and that's to say "I win" like the kids he sees on TV. But whether he playing basketball or a brand-new board game, Arthur just can't stop losing.
8:24 am
Now You Know (SV)
Volcano
At the Royal Ontario Museum Howie and Baboo visit a rock exhibit where curator Kim explains how a volcano is created, then demonstrates a lava eruption with a paper-mache volcano.
8:32 am
Can You Imagine That!
Video Game Designer
Benjamin imagines what it would be like to be a video game designer. Benjamin would get to draw and create the characters in his games and the backgrounds where the action takes place.
8:38 am
Zou
Zou's circus
Zou and Elzee decide to put on a circus in Zou's garden; Zou will juggle and Elzee will demonstrate her hula-hooping skills. When Zak comes to join them, they suggest that he joins in too.
8:49 am
Gisèle's Big Backyard
We learn not to fear the protective gear firefighters wear.
Jay and Sticks learn that although Firefighters might look intimidating, they wear protective gear to help you in a fire.
8:52 am
Zerby Derby
Lily Gets Moved
When a tree grows over Lily's solar panel, the Zerbies decide that it's time to move Lily's garage to a new location. She has a spot all picked out, halfway up a steep hill. But when Rex tries to drive up while towing her garage, the hill turns out to be too steep.
8:59 am
Zoomix
Electra the Electric Eel
Electra is an eel who lives in a river. She hunts other river creatures. You mustn't get too close to her - if you touch her it would be like putting your fingers in an electric socket.
9:02 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Leave Marshall Home Alone / Pups Save the Deer
Ryder and the Pups head out for a day of Parachute training, but Marshall decides to stay back because of his fear of heights. Its ok, he'll look out after the Lookout! Katie calls with an emergency though. --- Cap'n Turbot goes out ice fishing and finds a family of deer stuck on the ice! They must have tried to get across the frozen Bay for food! Ryder and the PAW Patrol to the rescue!
9:26 am
Doozers
Be Leaf-It
The Fall Foliage Festival was a success, but now the Pod Squad needs to figure out what to do with all the spare leaves they've collected. With a little help from Professor Gimbal and a clever new invention, the Pod Squad turns the leaves into mulch.
9:39 am
Rob the Robot
Space Virus Blues
Rob and friends discover that TK isn't feeling very well. The crew travel to the Medicine Planet looking to help her, but in the process Rob and Orbit get sick too!
9:52 am
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Building Adventure
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave build a playhouse for some rabbits. They have fun with shaped building blocks and discover that by working as a team they can achieve great things.
10:04 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy and the Clouds
Miffy goes cloud-watching with Grandma. They have fun spotting different shapes, then Miffy is convinced that one shaped like Snuffy wants them to follow her. Come on Grandma, get moving!
10:11 am
Wibbly Pig
Star
Wibbly is feeling very nervous about the play he is taking part in. Then he finds a small silver star in the garden - his lucky star!
10:24 am
Bing
Train
Bing and Pando experiment with Bing's toy train on the Fun Fort in the playground. The train is good at going over bridges and brilliant at going down the slide. But when Bing slides it off the roof of the play house, the train crashes and breaks. Bing is upset until he realises that the pieces fit together to make something completely different
10:31 am
Thomas & Friends (CG)
Surprise Surprise
It's the Winter Holidays on Sodor. Thomas is excited because that means it's party time! However Thomas's friends need help. Percy has a cracked coupling rod, Edward's pistons are popping and Stanley has a faulty firebox. Thomas brings them all to the Steamworks to be fixed.
10:43 am
Raa Raa the Noisy Lion
Zebby's Snacktime
Zebby likes to have a snack when she is feeling tired. Raa Raa thinks this is a great idea and decides to join his friend. He thinks they should have their snack in the perfect place, but everywhere they try is just too noisy.
10:54 am
Hi Opie!
The World's First Friendship Hat
Opie wants to make a friendship bracelet for Samara, but his over enthusiasm turns it into something else.
11:01 am
Monkey See Monkey Do
Chipmunk
Monkey wants to store his leaf collection and Chipmunk shows him how.
11:13 am
Peep and the Big Wide World
Hear Here
Quack decides to give a concert - "An Afternoon with Quack" - but has trouble finding the proper venue.
11:25 am
Lejo
Sneeze
A funny puppet sings a song, sneezes, loses his arm and finds a new singing mate.
11:27 am
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Sticks' Emotions: Gisele is Scared
In these segments which deal with aspects of young children's social and emotional development, our squirrel character Sticks experiences an emotion and with the help of Gisele, learns to deal with what he is feeling in a way appropriate to preschoolers. In this episode, Sticks helps Gisele with one of her fears.
11:31 am
Little Wilfey Bear
Blown Away Bear
Little Wilfey Bear is a playful, gentle animation following a fun-loving little bear on his adventures discovering the world. Wilfey doesn't talk but can clearly convey what he is thinking and feeling. The narrator helps him express himself however it is Wilfey who drives the story and inspires creativity, discovery and imagination.
11:39 am
Doggy Day School
Bossy Boots
Pedro volunteers to be the daycare monitor and help everyone remember to put their toys away. He's good at it at first, but then he starts making silly rules.
11:50 am
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Gisele teaches Jay and Sticks how to cross the road.
Developed with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO), this series covers topics on street and in-vehicle safety for young children. In each episode, we follow Rhoda Safety Guard and her puppet pals as they take a journey to Grandma's house. Gisele teaches Jay and Sticks how to safetly cross the road.
11:53 am
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Time Out
Lily finds a relaxing wind-chime washed up on the beach. Meanwhile, Driftwood Bay is the busiest it has ever been and poor Hatsie and her Clickety Clackety Train are working so hard, she has to take some time out to stop... think, and relax.

Afternoon

12:01 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Lucky Collar
Marshall wins a shiny new collar, and he's sure it's bringing him good luck and nothing can harm him. Buoyed by his new role as the Lucky Pup he takes risky chances while helping to rescue Hootie. It takes good friends to rescue Marshall when he and Hootie fall into a deep crevasse.
12:13 pm
Floogals
Project Robot
Our team of explorers think they've made a new friend but it turns out to me a motion controlled robot. As Flo gets whisked off by the little girl and her friend, Fleeker and Boomer have to work out how to control 'YeeHaw' the robot so that he can create a disctraction and help them rescue Flo!
12:24 pm
Making Stuff
Flour
Follow the wheat grain as it turns into flour!
12:30 pm
Doozers
Spookypalooza
It's Spookypalooza! The time of year when all Doozers get together to spook eachother. The Pod Squad makes the spookiest pumpkin ever-a cool 'Pumpkin Doozer' made by stacking three pumpkins together. But when their new invention starts rolling all around town, the Doozers have to find a way to reign in their spooky creation!
12:42 pm
Doozers
An Itch You Can't Scratch
Professor Gimbal is getting rid of some of his old inventions, but he's bummed that he has to throw them out. That's when the Pod Squad decides to re-purpose them in a whole new way.
12:56 pm
Learn to Draw - ABC's
Letter N
Øistein and Doodle draw a man with a big nose from the letter N
1:00 pm
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Puzzle Adventure
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave have to solve a series of puzzles to get themselves out of the amazing Puzzle Land maze.
1:12 pm
Mr. Moon
Neighbours
Draco the Dragon's bubble breath is tickling Great Bear's nose and Great Bear's singing is disturbing Draco. So they aren't talking to each other. It takes all of Mr. Moon and Stella's patience and tact to bring the two sides together again.
1:26 pm
Bing
Train
Bing and Pando experiment with Bing's toy train on the Fun Fort in the playground. The train is good at going over bridges and brilliant at going down the slide. But when Bing slides it off the roof of the play house, the train crashes and breaks. Bing is upset until he realises that the pieces fit together to make something completely different
1:34 pm
Thomas & Friends (CG)
Spencer The Grand
It is a very foggy day on Sodor. All the engines are asked to stay at Tidmouth Sheds by the Fat Controller. Spencer wants to get back to the Duke and Duchess's Summerhouse rather than stay at Tidmouth Sheds. Spencer can't find his way in the fog and arrives at Mavis's quarry and Whiff's Waste Dump rather than at the Summerhouse.
1:45 pm
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy and the Clouds
Miffy goes cloud-watching with Grandma. They have fun spotting different shapes, then Miffy is convinced that one shaped like Snuffy wants them to follow her. Come on Grandma, get moving!
1:52 pm
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Melvin describes a goose.
In Backyard Farm, Melvin and Gisele give each other clues, in order to guess which animal is in the backyard pens. This supports the Ontario Kindergarten Program, in Science and Technology: Understanding Living Things.
1:55 pm
Little Wilfey Bear
Wilfey Butters Up Caramel
Little Wilfey Bear is a playful, gentle animation following a fun-loving little bear on his adventures discovering the world. Wilfey doesn't talk but can clearly convey what he is thinking and feeling. The narrator helps him express himself however it is Wilfey who drives the story and inspires creativity, discovery and imagination.
2:03 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Time Out
Lily finds a relaxing wind-chime washed up on the beach. Meanwhile, Driftwood Bay is the busiest it has ever been and poor Hatsie and her Clickety Clackety Train are working so hard, she has to take some time out to stop... think, and relax.
2:10 pm
Gisèle's Big Backyard
Pirate Gisele finds a triangle in the sand.
Pirate Gisele is washed ashore and discovers shapes in the sand. When a wave sends her shape a-spinning, she must discover where her shape has gone. This corresponds to the mathematics expectations for spatial reasoning in the all-day Kindergarten program. Pirate Gisele finds a triangle in the sand.
2:12 pm
Rob the Robot
Too Much Fun
Tired from all their work cleaning the rocket, Rob and his friends decide to go to the Playground Planet as a reward for all their hard work.
2:25 pm
Zerby Derby
Making Waves
Populated by real audio-controlled cars that live amidst life-size trees, rivers and rocks, the world of Turbotown can be tricky to navigate when every stick is a log and every rock is a boulder. But in Turbotown, where the motto is "Answers are Everywhere" no obstacle is too big for our friends. Andour hero Rod embraces each one as a chance to have fun.
2:32 pm
Hi Opie!
Opie's Hiccup Dance
Opie's excited to sing a song - until he gets the hiccups.
2:40 pm
Mister Maker Around the World
Episode 7
Find out how to make something space-age that's out of this world in South Africa, discover whether he can make a pen pot with a twist in under a minute, and see what happens when he meets Mini Maker on an Australian beach.
3:01 pm
Making Stuff
Peanut Butter
From giant bulk bags of raw nuts, to creamy smooth spread, Gears and Wiz see all the machines that sort, roast, crush and package peanut butter.
3:06 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save the Parrot / Pups Save the Queen Bee
Ryder and the PAW Patrol head to the jungle in the PAW PATROLLER to help their good friend Carlos find his lost Parrot, Mateo! When Cap'n Turbot notices the light in his lighthouse isn't working properly, he discovers its bee-cause a BIG beehive is inside it!
3:30 pm
Now You Know (SV)
Volcano
At the Royal Ontario Museum Howie and Baboo visit a rock exhibit where curator Kim explains how a volcano is created, then demonstrates a lava eruption with a paper-mache volcano.
3:37 pm
Space Racers
Starling DSV
Sandpiper is returning from an outer space mission when her rockets fail upon re-entry, and she splashes into the ocean and sinks. The teachers and students try to plan a rescue mission, but all are too big for Coot's smaller scale prototype of a new deep space rescue sub - all except for Starling! The brave junior cadet submerges into the deep sea to trace Sandpiper's path way down to the ocean floor.
3:49 pm
Alfred Hedgehog
The Blue Mystery
The day of the class photo is ruined when Camille and Cynthia show up with blue hair!
4:03 pm
Shutterbugs
Zombie Bug / Web Fest
The Shutterbugs are sent to report on an odd story; Mayor Carla is wandering around, walking and talking like a zombie! --- During a web-art festival, Flick can't turn off his glow ...and he's alarming all the local spiders!
4:28 pm
Arthur
Tibble the Truth/ Waiting to Go
When the Tibble Twins' constant lying lands them in constant trouble, they promise to tell only the truth. Binky and Brain collide on the soccer field, breaking Brain's new watch and nearly breaking their friendship. Could things get any worse?
4:54 pm
Odd Squad
Flawed Squad / The Creature Whisperer
A motley crew of villains storm Odd Squad headquarters, but can't agree on a plan of attack. --- When a creature gets loose in headquarters, Oscar helps Agent Ocean track it down, while Olympia and Otis try to keep Ms. O distracted.
5:21 pm
Wild Kratts
Elephant in the Room
The brothers come across a lone baby elephant and bring him back to the Tortuga headquarters for safety until they can find his mom. But they learn how mischievous baby elephants can be and get more than they bargained for when it almost destroys the Tortuga!
5:49 pm
Dino Dan
Dino Trackers
Dan is trying to track a Stegosaurus when Trek wants to join his game. Dan learns sometimes two brains are better than one.
6:01 pm
Jack
Turn Left, Turn Right, Turn Left / Somewhere Over The Rainbo
Turn Left, Turn Right, Turn Left: Jack accidentally sweeps a GPS satellite into deep space while cleaning up some space junk. The errant satellite causes Dad's GPS to malfunction and he and the kids get hopelessly lost on their way to a concert of Sam's favourite band. Somewhere Over the Rainbow: When Sam tells Jack that leprechauns keep pots of gold at the end of a rainbow, Jack decides to chase down a rainbow and meet some the little green tricksters for himself.
6:25 pm
MathXplosion
Actually, It's An Estimate
Eric astounds with his amazing powers of estimation! Figure out how to arrive at estimations (not guesses!), for example, how many hours you'll sleep by the time you're 18 years old. The Educational Gist: An approximation is the nearest estimate you can get without having the precise size or measure of something. In this episode, we see how accurate estimates are arrived at by using information about many things in our everyday lives, in logical ways.
6:28 pm
WordGirl
The Straw That Broke Two Brains Back / Nocan the Evil Ingred
Saving the world, one word at a time! In a city where evil lurks behind every corner, a new super hero rises up to protect the innocent and right the wrongs. WordGirl, disguised as mild-mannered 10-year-old Becky Botsford, uses power punches and some pretty impressive words to fight her battles and defeat the bad guys.
6:57 pm
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Evening

7:00 pm
Raw to Ready - Episode 4- Bombardier
Bombardier: The Bombardier CRJ-1000, a regional aircraft that carries up to 100 passengers, is part of a global fleet that transports for three out of every four American air travelers. It's only made possible through the use of silica, titanium, aluminum, and lacquer.
7:55 pm
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Support TVO: Current Affairs and Documentaries
Steve Paikin and Stacey Dunseath discuss the importance of viewer support for TVO's current affairs and documentary content.
8:00 pm
Distracted Driving; Refugee Trafficking
The Agenda discusses distracted driving, its causes and consequences. Then, The Agenda welcomes author Loretta Napoleoni to discuss her latest book: "Merchants of Men: How Jihadists and ISIS Turned Kidnapping and Refugee Trafficking into a Multibillion-Dollar Business."
8:57 pm
Support TVO
Support TVO: Current Affairs and Documentaries
Steve Paikin and Stacey Dunseath discuss the importance of viewer support for TVO's current affairs and documentary content.
9:00 pm
Ep. 4 - The Arc of History
This four-part series takes us inside Obama's White House as the crises and major successes of his two presidencies are brought to life.
10:00 pm
Predict My Future - The Science of Us - Episode 4
Meet the most scientifically studied people in the world. A group of 1,037 individuals born in one city have been followed since their births in 1972.This series follows the fascinating study and information it has provided in almost every field of medical and social development including respiratory and cardiovascular health, addictions, obesity, sexual health, cognitive neuroscience, genetics and criminology and most interestingly the effects of nature and nurture on health and behavior.
10:45 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Georgina Island First Nation
The Chippewas of Georgina Island in Lake Simcoe have developed a climate adaptation plan that is serving as a model for communities across Ontario. The First Nation received funding for a three-year climate study in 2012 and has since been collecting the memories and observances of elders. Like many communities, Georgina Island is struggling with the effects of climate change today. Milder winters mean the community's ferry runs longer and the lake ice is weaker, both of which have ripple effects throughout the island.
10:50 pm
Life On The List
Chantel Brumble is a 23 year old Canadian girl. She has a great family, friends she loves, and a job she enjoys. All of those things are threatened by something that affects thousands of Canadians: Chantel needs a kidney transplant. She could be looking at up to a decade long wait, and in that time her health will deteriorate. Her personal relationships will be affected. She will become unable to work. And all for want of a kidney. This is Life on the List.
10:52 pm
A Refugee
The Tith family fled from Cambodia to take refuge in Canada when their home country was no longer safe. This was over 30 years ago. Now, the family talks about what it was like for them to leave their home in a hurry, and how it was adjusting to living in a completely different country. Chhin Tith talks about the values he raised his children to have, and his son Sao talks about how he received these values.
11:00 pm
Distracted Driving; Refugee Trafficking
The Agenda discusses distracted driving, its causes and consequences. Then, The Agenda welcomes author Loretta Napoleoni to discuss her latest book: "Merchants of Men: How Jihadists and ISIS Turned Kidnapping and Refugee Trafficking into a Multibillion-Dollar Business."

Late Night

12:00 am
Ep. 4 - The Arc of History
This four-part series takes us inside Obama's White House as the crises and major successes of his two presidencies are brought to life.
1:00 am
Predict My Future - The Science of Us - Episode 4
Meet the most scientifically studied people in the world. A group of 1,037 individuals born in one city have been followed since their births in 1972.This series follows the fascinating study and information it has provided in almost every field of medical and social development including respiratory and cardiovascular health, addictions, obesity, sexual health, cognitive neuroscience, genetics and criminology and most interestingly the effects of nature and nurture on health and behavior.
1:45 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Georgina Island First Nation
The Chippewas of Georgina Island in Lake Simcoe have developed a climate adaptation plan that is serving as a model for communities across Ontario. The First Nation received funding for a three-year climate study in 2012 and has since been collecting the memories and observances of elders. Like many communities, Georgina Island is struggling with the effects of climate change today. Milder winters mean the community's ferry runs longer and the lake ice is weaker, both of which have ripple effects throughout the island.
1:50 am
One Home
My favorite thing about my city, Windsor, is its cultural diversity, especially proportional to our population. For years, Lina Chaker has shown me, by example, what it means to take action. In this time of selfies and social media, her work speaks for itself. With the recent arrival of Syrian refugees, Windsor's family has been expanding, and it's an honor to tell Lina's story.
1:55 am
A Refugee
The Tith family fled from Cambodia to take refuge in Canada when their home country was no longer safe. This was over 30 years ago. Now, the family talks about what it was like for them to leave their home in a hurry, and how it was adjusting to living in a completely different country. Chhin Tith talks about the values he raised his children to have, and his son Sao talks about how he received these values.
2:00 am
Raw to Ready - Episode 4- Bombardier
Bombardier: The Bombardier CRJ-1000, a regional aircraft that carries up to 100 passengers, is part of a global fleet that transports for three out of every four American air travelers. It's only made possible through the use of silica, titanium, aluminum, and lacquer.
2:55 am
Question Period: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
4:00 am
Episode 2: The Stone at the Centre
Deep in the Bolivian Andes at the height of 13,000 feet stands Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. Built by a civilisation who dominated a vast swathe of South America, it was abandoned 1,000 years ago. How did a civilisation flourish at such an altitude and why did it vanish? Jago Cooper investigates the origins of Tiwanaku and finds evidence of an ancient people with amazing understanding of their environment, whose religion was based on collective effort and ritual beer drinking.
5:00 am
Distracted Driving; Refugee Trafficking
The Agenda discusses distracted driving, its causes and consequences. Then, The Agenda welcomes author Loretta Napoleoni to discuss her latest book: "Merchants of Men: How Jihadists and ISIS Turned Kidnapping and Refugee Trafficking into a Multibillion-Dollar Business."
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