TV Schedule

Friday, April 21, 2017

Afternoon

5:22 pm
Wild Kratts
Amazing Creature Race
The Wild Kratts Team decides to have a Creature Power Running Race to help them figure out who are the greatest running creatures of all!
5:49 pm
Dino Dan
Dino BBQ
While Grandma's taking care of Trek, she decides to make BBQ for dinner but dinosaurs and pterosaurs keep stealing the food. It's up to Trek to stop the dinosaurs and protect their precious BBQ!
6:03 pm
Finding Stuff Out
Garbage & Recycling
Garbage is stinky and gross; but Harrison finds out that even smelly garbage can be useful, and that worms make great house pets, and why that tap water you're drinking may have been in your toilet not that long ago!
6:27 pm
Junior Vets
Episode #3
The Junior Vets are getting into their stride and finding out what real vet work is all about. Can Saira overcome her fear of big dogs to help stray hound, Jessie, who needs life changing surgery in order to find a new home? Plus, the Junior Vets investigate Kira the mare's heart murmur and operate on Gandalf the Falcon's lumpy foot.
6:57 pm
DRTV TVOKids Philanthropy
DRTV TVOKids Philanthropy Support TVOKids and donate today at: TVO.org/supportkids Or call 1-855-667-8886 TVO Never Stop Learning

Evening

7:00 pm
Ep. 2 - Clayoquot Sound
After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive for hundreds of years to come.
7:56 pm
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
Trump Targets Canadian Dairy Farmers; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda examines how the Canadian dairy industry could be affected by Trump's protectionist policies. Then, a review of the week's programming.
9:00 pm
Ep. 9 - Kindness of Strangers
A senile old man is attacked in what appears to be an open-and-shut case of burglary. But Mike suspects the old man's obsession with his deceased son may have pushed his loved ones over the edge. Meanwhile, Greengrass organizes the annual Aidensfield car rally and subsequently turns the rulebook upside down by agreeing to help one of the racers cheat.
9:51 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: The elders' perspective
Indigenous communities who have fished, hunted, and lived in Ontario's north for generations have a unique understanding of how their environment is changing. Elders pass down environmental knowledge that simply doesn't exist anywhere else. The government and researchers are starting to recognize the value of what elders know and are launching projects to gather traditional knowledge.
9:55 pm
DRTV Leave A Legacy
DRTV Leave A Legacy
10:00 pm
Ep. 2 - Habeas Corpus, Part 2
When wealthy landowner Gregory Lancaster's body goes missing on the night of his death, a sinister web of secrets and lies is exposed in the village of Little Malton.
10:45 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: The carbon capitalists
Pond Technologies, a finalist for the Carbon X-Prize, has a vision to turn emissions into algae. By bubbling carbon dioxide through water, the company feeds algae, which can then be turned into biofuel and bioplastics. We visit St. Marys, Ont., to see the finalist for the $20-million prize in action.
10:52 pm
Reconciliation
Canada is the most multi-cultural nation in the world, but our government has a dark history of mistreating and oppressing the First Nations people that leads back to the beginning of sovereignty. It is the direct cause for the health crisis First Nations are experiencing today. There is ignorance amongst many Canadians today, and if more people understood the true history of the First Nations people, I believe they would be outraged and we may finally see a rise in quality of life for First Nations people.
11:00 pm
Trump Targets Canadian Dairy Farmers; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda examines how the Canadian dairy industry could be affected by Trump's protectionist policies. Then, a review of the week's programming.

Late Night

12:00 am
Fight Like Soldiers, Die Like Children
When you've been to hell and back, how do you shake the memories? This question has haunted General Roméo Dallaire since 1994, when he was UN Force Commander during the Rwandan genocide. Dallaire has now found a reason to live: embarking on a global mission to eradicate the use of child soldiers. Will Dallaire succeed where others have failed? Or will he once again be forced to look on as the world turns away?
1:00 am
Ep. 9 - Kindness of Strangers
A senile old man is attacked in what appears to be an open-and-shut case of burglary. But Mike suspects the old man's obsession with his deceased son may have pushed his loved ones over the edge. Meanwhile, Greengrass organizes the annual Aidensfield car rally and subsequently turns the rulebook upside down by agreeing to help one of the racers cheat.
1:52 am
Climate Watch Shorts: The seed collectors
The federal government is undertaking a research project to test whether southern species of trees can survive in Ontario's changing climate. Their research may help plant forests today that will thrive in 20 or 30 years, when the province has hotter, longer summers and shorter winters. Seed collector Brian Swaile takes us inside the fight to save Ontario's forests from climate change.
2:00 am
Ep. 2 - Habeas Corpus, Part 2
When wealthy landowner Gregory Lancaster's body goes missing on the night of his death, a sinister web of secrets and lies is exposed in the village of Little Malton.
2:45 am
Climate Watch Shorts: The carbon capitalists
Pond Technologies, a finalist for the Carbon X-Prize, has a vision to turn emissions into algae. By bubbling carbon dioxide through water, the company feeds algae, which can then be turned into biofuel and bioplastics. We visit St. Marys, Ont., to see the finalist for the $20-million prize in action.
2:52 am
The Family Next Door
This short film shows the story of the British white mom and the Indian Dad and their struggles to start a new life in a time when mixed marriages were not well tolerated in a factory district in Toronto's west end. Meet my mom and my dad, and how I saw them as a child. Nothing is really what it appears to be.
3:00 am
Ep. 2 - Clayoquot Sound
After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive for hundreds of years to come.
3:53 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Accounting for climate change
The July 2013 flood was the most expensive natural disaster in Ontario history. It caused an estimated $940 million in damage in the city of Toronto alone. But it's not just disasters that businesses need to consider - shorter winters and hotter summers are having effects on the balance sheet as well. Here's how.
4:00 am
Fight Like Soldiers, Die Like Children
When you've been to hell and back, how do you shake the memories? This question has haunted General Roméo Dallaire since 1994, when he was UN Force Commander during the Rwandan genocide. Dallaire has now found a reason to live: embarking on a global mission to eradicate the use of child soldiers. Will Dallaire succeed where others have failed? Or will he once again be forced to look on as the world turns away?
5:00 am
DRTV TVOKids Philanthropy
DRTV TVOKids Philanthropy Support TVOKids and donate today at: TVO.org/supportkids Or call 1-855-667-8886 TVO Never Stop Learning
5:02 am
Gastroblast (Long Version)
Chicken Fingers / Sushi
No salmonella is coming for dinner tonight, as Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing crunchy oven-baked Chicken Fingers. The key is washing his hands before and after handling raw eggs and raw chicken. That's because raw foods such as these have the potential to host a bacteria called salmonella that can make us sick. --- Sushi is a popular meal comprised of seaweed rolled up around fillings such as fresh vegetables and rice. Link discovers why he needs to use a sticky, short-grain rice to keep everything encased -- and with a bit of help from I.Q. discovers the differences between the varieties of this amazing grain.
5:26 am
Making Stuff
Chocolate Truffles
These yummy treats are made by a master chocolatier as Gears and Wiz cheer for their favourite type of decoration: crushed peppermint candy.
5:31 am
Jerry and the Raiders
A Fishy Tale
Nicole and the Raiders feel increasingly ignored as Jerry becomes totally absorbed with a new fish he caught in their pond and named Herman. Feeling hurt, the Raiders take a closer look, discovering Herman has legs, which means he is not a fish "he is a MONFIBIAN", a monster that eats everything in sight! Raiders to the Rescue! They dump Herman back in the pond. Finding his beloved Herman gone, Jerry now feels terrible. He's sorry he ignored them but explains Herman was actually a TADPOLE for his school project and explains the life cycle of a frog. Now Nicole and the Raiders feel terrible. Finally the four of them catch Herman (or a look-alike) and his mother who is a jumping frog.
5:42 am
Jerry and the Raiders
Knock-Knock
Jerry is sleeping out in the treehouse with the Raiders, trying out his Knock-Knock jokes on them for show and tell in the morning. Neither Raider understands the jokes at first, but finally Gant gets it and won't quit making them up. Gant keeps physically knocking when he says KNOCK-KNOCK. Jerry tells them both to quiet down, but the knocking persists. And now there is a terrible smell too. Curious, they check it out. Bakko is convinced it is a Hammer Head - and that could only spell trouble. Finally they capture the monster making the noise and discover it's a Mink Frog that sounds exactly like a hammer knocking. Now Jerry really has something to bring for show and tell at school... and he might do one of Gant's Knock-Knock jokes too.
5:53 am
Pop It!
Everybody is Number One
The fun has just begun as Shemar picks up where Lamar left off, teaching us to be Number One and shine in the second half of the opening routine from the music video. He makes us all want to stand up and raise our hands up, and helps us pretend to go through a tunnel, and serve candy and chicken.
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