TV Schedule

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Morning

6:02 am
Ella the Elephant
Picture This
In trying to make her school newspaper more exciting, Ella borrows her dad's camera to take some photos. But when Tiki's monkey, Lola, 'borrows' the camera and goes on a wild adventure, it introduces Ella and her friends to a whole new kind of photography."
6:15 am
Doki
The Treasure Hunters / Subway Solution
When Doki finds an old coin on the beach, he catches the 'treasure hunting' bug. But are there any real treasures left to find? According to the Team Tab, there are... in LUXOR, EGYPT! The team sets off on a treasure hunting expedition. On arrival, they split up - Oto and Anabella stay with the Sphinx, hoping to fix its broken nose. Doki's group heads inside an ancient pyramid! Inside, they soon get lost - but when they stumble upon a cache of ancient items, some impressive and some utilitarian, Doki comes to a new understanding of what 'treasure' is. --- Team Doki is on an expedition to put on a puppet show! But upon landing in BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, they meet a fellow club member named Gerardo, and accidentally switch packs. Now Doki has a pack with an accordion inside - and Gerardo is headed to the accordion repair shop, with Doki's pack full of puppets! How can they get across town fast enough to catch up with Gerardo? They set off on a subway adventure, and discover that it's a fast and fascinating way to travel.
6:37 am
Opie's Home
The Missing Medal
When Opie is given a family heirloom, he understands the meaning of responsibility when he loses something precious.
6:45 am
Now You Know
Snow
Howie and Baboo visit weather climatologist David Phillips at Environment Canada and learn how snow is frozen water that falls from clouds in the sky.
6:52 am
Zerby Derby
To Build a Raft
Bob the boat's raft gets washed up and broken during a big storm. Zack, Lily and Bob decide to build a new raft and come up with different things that it could be made out of. But leaves aren't going to work (even though they float). And a single stick just isn't very easy to stay on top of. But the Zerbies are ready to try, try again until they come up with the solution.
6:59 am
Odd Squad
The Confalones
Olive and Otto investigate when objects and, eventually, people start disappearing inside an Italian restaurant.
7:15 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Sleep Walking Bear
When an ice sculpture turns out to be a hibernating bear, the pups must get it safely home before it wakes up.
7:28 am
I LOVE
Tea Parties
Paris loves tea parties.
7:30 am
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!
7:57 am
Bitz and Bob
Desert Road Trip
Bob is excited to see an amazing cactus that only flowers once a year but their race across Hot Sandy Desert slows to a crawl when Bitz and Purl over-engineer their vehicle.
8:08 am
You Can Do It Too
Desert Road Trip
We're designing plastic bottle cars to put to the test on our obstacle course! But can over engineering stop the cars getting around the track? A simple re-engineer could solve the problem so their cars are fit for purpose.
8:12 am
16 Hudson
Pet Test
When Amala tries to prove she's ready for a pet of her own, Kensington gives her a serious taste of what 'responsibility' really means.
8:20 am
What's the Big Idea?
Dreams
When Hugo is sleeping, he dreams a lot, about flying with dragons and racing with cheetahs. But even when he's awake, he daydreams he can bounce super high in the sky. Hugo wonders what dreams really are, and how do we know they're not real?
8:25 am
Bear
Before the bear can go into hibernation, he has to find the cricket whose chirps keep him from falling asleep.
8:29 am
Splash and Bubbles
Kelp Forest Keepers
Splash, Dunk and Bubbles spend the day with Tidy, the Garibaldi Fish, as "kelp forest keepers." Tidy's desire to have everything "just so" conflicts with Bubbles, Dunk and Splash's desire to have fun exploring the kelp forest.
8:42 am
Space Racers
Cadet Dodo
When Vulture fires Dodo, the forlorn assistant doesn't know what he'll do or where he'll go. Wanting to help, the kids suggest that he enlist in Stardust Space Academy. Dodo's intrigued: he can actually do that? Headmaster Crane agrees to give him a chance, so the cadets welcome the newest Space Racer to their team: Cadet Dodo. On a group mission with Eagle, Robyn and Hawk to Saturn's moon Io, Dodo makes an accidental discovery: a previously uncharted (and very smelly) sulfur lake. Back on Earth, Vulture gets wind of the find. Wanting the glory for himself, he quickly rehires his former sidekick and, on a wing-shake of ,newfound trust,, they're reunited. Space explorers are granted the honor of naming their discoveries... so Dodo cheerfully names his ,Vulture Lake,... which, to Vulture's chagrin, turns out to be the stinkiest lake in the solar system!
8:54 am
Can You Imagine That!
Animal Shelter Worker
Jacqueline loves animals. She wants to be an animal shelter worker and help animals who are lost or don't have a home. She would be sure to keep the animals in the shelter healthy and clean, and happy with lots of fun things to do. But the most fun part of being an animal shelter worker would be finding the perfect homes for all the animals.
8:59 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save an Adventure / Pups Save a Surprise
Alex is working towards getting his Action Scouts Fire Safety Badge, and who better to help him learn all about Fire Safety than Marshall and the Paw Patrol! All the pups join Alex and Mr. Porter at their campsite and go through all the steps to build and extinguish a camp fire. Alex gets to put his newly learned skills to the test when a frightened deer scatters ashes and hot coals around the campsite. --- It's just another regular day in Adventure Bay as the Paw Patrol is called to duty. First they have to help Mr. Porter who has his rump stuck in a stump which turns out to be the home of a neighbourhood skunk! Luckily Marshall's water cannons can be filled with tomato juice. After that stinky rescue, they're called to City Hall to get Chickaletta down from the top of the building. As Chase's net catches the falling fowl, all the pups notice that City Hall has been decorated for a big celebration. Surprise! It's Paw Patrol Appreciation Day. Pup Pup Horray!
9:23 am
Doozers
Starry Night
A comet is coming to Doozer Creek and the whole town is gathered to witness this special event. Unfortunately, the comet arrives past Daisy Wheel's bedtime and she misses the whole thing! With help from her friends, Daisy Wheel gets her very own comet that she can look at whenever she wants!
9:35 am
Are You Ready?
Brushing Hair
Our friend shows us how she brushes her hair all by herself.
9:37 am
Rob the Robot
Shivers in Space
While Rob and his crew search the spooky Junk Planet for a part to fix their rocket, TK hears noises and sees large footprints which make her believe there's a monster on the loose! However TK encounters a daunting robot which turns out to be more afraid of TK than TK is of her. TK befriends the robot which ends up using it's superior strength to help rescue Rob and the others trapped across a ravine.
9:50 am
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
An Opposites Adventure
In an exciting game of opposites, Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave discover that ,opposite, means 'most different', and explore pairs of words that describe opposite states and actions. Educational - The meaning of the word 'opposite' as being 'the thing that is most different'. Plus an exploration of pairs of words that describe opposite states or actions.
10:02 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Uncle Pilot's Amazing Plane
Uncle Pilot takes Miffy and her friends on an amazing airplane ride without leaving the front room! You can go anywhere with a little imagination - just look out for imaginary pirates!
10:09 am
Tee & Mo
Stay Up Late
When it comes to staying up late, Tee will try everything he can to prolong the inevitable... Going to bed!
10:16 am
Bing
Come On Charlie
Charlie is coming to play and Bing has planned lots of things for them to do. But when Charlie arrives he doesn't want to play any of the games Bing has put out. Bing is upset until Flop suggests they watch to see what Charlie really wants to do. Charlie heads straight for the kitchen where he and Bing, have a great time making music with pots and pans.
10:23 am
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Football
Henry meets a friendly Football. She is super excited about everything, especially when they meet two Football Boots wanting a football match. Henry becomes a Referee for the day helps keep the Boots in check and decide who is the best after all. The mighty Reds or the Classic Blues!
10:28 am
Yeti Tales
Me First
What will Yetili read us today? How about a story he hasn't heard of yet, with a hero that is little like him too.
10:36 am
Zou
Zou's Bucket
Zou's teacher has been teaching her students about the importance of saving water and Zou is putting this into effect at home. He collects several buckets, which he fills with water, then tells his family that whenever they need any of the precious liquid, they must ask him and he'll bring it to them. All goes seemingly well - except that in his haste to carry water to those that need it all around the house, he inadvertently spills quite a bit. It seems that he has not been saving water, but wasting it - until he is reassured by his family.
10:47 am
Zou
The Very Windy Day
Grandma discovers Grandpa's old raincoat. It has to go. Grandpa protests, but into the bin it goes. Grandpa and Zou go to the park to play with a ball. But the wind is so string, they find their game disrupted. Then the wind gives Grandpa an idea; it's the perfect day for flying a kite; and what better way to make a kite than by using Grandpa's old raincoat? They hurry home to do this and make a really good kite. So the raincoat wasn't really such a useless item after all.
10:59 am
Opie's Home
Gram's Day
Opie wants to give Gram a gift, but learns how difficult it is to choose a gift that is tailored for someone else.
11:08 am
Zerby Derby
Mazy Days of Summer/ Boat House/ Zerby Turn
Zack and Rex set out to solve the Zerby Town maze - something no other Zerby has ever done. But after driving to the center of the maze (which is the easy part) they get lost trying to get back out and have to call Chase the helicopter to come help them. But the friends decide to try, try again and set out to solve the maze on their own without the help of Chase. --- Zack and Lily discover that Bob the boat doesn't have a garage. With Rex and Strut's help, they set out to build him one. After a long, busy night, Bob's garage is finished and it looks great! Now all the Zerbies have to do is figure out how to get his garage to stay on top of the water so Bob can use it. --- Zack and Axle are flying down a trail in the forest when they discover one of the turns is too sharp. Every time they try it, they go flying off into a pile of leaves which ruins their joy of going fast. . So the Zerbies set out to find a way to go fast and stay on course.
11:28 am
Are You Ready?
Riding a Tricycle
Our friend shows us how she rides her tricycle safely.
11:31 am
Now You Know
Bats
At Bird Kingdom, zookeeper Hayley introduces Howie and Baboo to a colony of fruit bats and explains how bats uses echo-location to find bugs at night.
11:38 am
Doggy Day School
Something's Fishy
The dogs come back from their walk to find that the fish bowl is empty! They immediately assume Lois the cat is the culprit. Suki convinces them to talk to Lois and ask her if she knows anything about the missing Fish. But they refuse to listen. They head out to the back yard with plans to catch Lois and get Fish back. But they can't find her. When they return, they find that Fish is back in his bowl - a new, bigger bowl! Rosie tells them that she got a bigger fish bowl for Fish and had taken him out to transfer him to his new bowl. They realize Suki was right - they shouldn't have blamed Lois - and all of them are sorry for the way they behaved. They head back out and apologize to Lois who has no idea why they are being so nice to her!
11:49 am
Splash and Bubbles
Splash's Swim School
Splash's old school comes to visit the reef. Splash and his friends are impressed by their synchronized swimming abilities and try to duplicate them, but their attempt is complicated by the fact that they all move differently.

Afternoon

12:02 pm
I'm a Fish
I'm a Tuna Fish
The speedy Tuna fish introduces us to a variety of her tuna friends and shows us what they like to eat. Even Tuna have to be careful as are hunted buy bigger predators and humans.
12:05 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save the Beavers
A bad storm washes away Chompy the Beaver's dam, so he starts chomping on all the wood at Farmer Yumi's Farm! Ryder and the PAW Patrol have to fix the chomped Barn and Fence, but that's just the beginning. Chompy has been chowing down all over town! Chase has to track the busy Beaver, while the rest of the Pups help rebuild Chompy's home.
12:17 pm
Floogals
Project Picnic
The Floogals observe the Hoomans packing plates and cups and food into a big basket, they must be moving out. When Boomer finds himself caught up in the basket and taken along on the family's bike ride, Fleeker and Flo follow in their fizzers to track their friend and work out what the Hoomans are doing. Discovering what a picnic is and that a bagel isn't a Floogal-trap, proves to be a lot of fun for the Floogals to report back on.
12:30 pm
Doozers
Project Radish-A-Pult
A gust of wind knocks a large branch onto a bridge in Doozer Creek, blocking the path and halting construction of a new wind turbine. The Pod Squad build an innovative new machine that flings radishes across the bridge and gets the project back on track!
12:42 pm
Doozers
Pod Squad Boogie
The Pod Squad is performing in the Starlight Concert, but when they hear other doozers singing, the group decides they need to do something unique to stand out from the crowd. Using the sights and sounds around them, they each discover their own favourite sound and invent new instruments inspired by them.
12:56 pm
I LOVE
Magic
Talia loves to do magic.
1:00 pm
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Veggie Adventure
A trip to Hatty's garden shows Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave where vegetables come from, and best of all they get to eat all the lovely veggies for lunch!
1:12 pm
Mr. Moon
Space Orchestra
Sunny really wants to sing her new song with a space orchestra, but she doesn't know where to find one and she can't leave her ladder anyway. Mr Moon and friends discover that music is everywhere, and they assemble an orchestra for her.
1:24 pm
Bing
Skateboard
Bing and Flop are in the park when they see Pando on a skateboard. Bing is full of awe as he watches Pando skate up and down and can't wait to have a go himself, but it's much harder to balance than Pando made it look. Bing falls off and bumps his knee but Pando finds a clever way to help Bing get his confidence back.
1:32 pm
YOUniverse
Meteoroid Marbles
A boy imagines that his universe is made of marbles. In zero gravity, he plays marbles and smashes them together to observe what happens. Did you know there are three different terms for space rocks in their various states? A meteoroid is a rock that floats through space, a meteor is a rock that burns up in the atmosphere and a meteorite is a rock that's landed on the Earth's surface.
1:34 pm
Zou
Zou's Comet
When Zou hears of a comet that is shortly going to make an appearance in the sky, he's very excited - and even more so when Grandpa suggests making a telescope to see it. The excitement is infectious; Mum suggests throwing a party - a Comet party! Everyone works hard and, in spite of a few mishaps, the telescope is completed and the party is a success.
1:46 pm
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Mummy Gets a Surprise
Daddy is planning a surprise party for Mummy's birthday. All Miffy has to do is keep her out of the way while they get everything ready - how hard can it be?
1:53 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Cake
Henry meets a friendly Birthday Cake. He is getting ready to be collected from the bakers when they realise he isn't going to be big enough for all the people at the party. Henry becomes a Baker for the day, he mixes, whisks and bakes away until he creates the best birthday cake ever!
2:00 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
The Daily Driftwood
Lord Stag decides to publish Driftwood Bay's very own newspaper. With Lily's help, Bull is determined to find a big front page story, but the perfect scoop proves elusive... until Bull discovers that he has been making the news without realising!
2:07 pm
Rob the Robot
Treehouse Trouble
The gang visits the Tree House Planet to find a clubhouse for their new Club. However, one by one, they each leave to form their own clubs when they can't agree on what club activity to do first. Ultimately they all realize that it's no fun alone and that compromise is the key to working and being together.
2:19 pm
Zerby Derby
The Bumpiest Road
Zack and Lily are exploring by the shore of Zerby Town Lake when they find a whole bunch of rocks. They think it would be fun to try driving along on top of them. But when that proves to be impossible, they try to drive in-between them. But that seems pretty impossible too. So Zack comes up with an idea that will let them drive all the way along, he just needs a little help from Sandy the Bulldozer.
2:27 pm
Are You Ready?
Getting Ready for Bed
Our friend shows us how he get ready for bed all by himself.
2:29 pm
Hi Opie!
Opie's Gotta Go
Opie doesn't want to miss Jonathan's lesson on making a glow in the dark comet, even though he's "gotta go".
2:36 pm
Mister Maker
Episode 4
Mister Maker, Tocky and Scrappz head off for more creative adventures around the world. In South Africa we find out whether he can make some colourful creepy crawlies in under a minute. In the UK, discover how to make an incredible igloo with a secret surprise, and in the Far East a Mini Maker helps create an eye-catching ribbon picture... in the middle of Hong Kong!
2:56 pm
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Happy Adventure
Tweet has lost her giggle. A trip to Happy Land helps Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave recognize different types of emotions - sad, happy, anger, fear - and find a way to get Tweet's giggle back.
3:07 pm
Space Racers
Great Balls of Fuel!
The cadets and teachers journey to far-off Deep Space Station Gagarin for a closer viewing of the vast Kuiper Belt, hosted by their old friend, Russian rocket scientist Trogon. When Eagle and Raven sneak away for a game of space tag - zipping through the tubes and corridors of the station - they unwittingly tear a hole in the main fuel storage tank... causing fuel to leak out into zero gravity. Pretty soon everyone is puzzled to see fluid spheres floating by all around them. Galloping globules! A quick check on the fuel tank reveals it to now be empty - the very same fuel they'll need to get back to Earth! The spheres are too fluid and elusive to grasp, causing much slow-motion slapstick mayhem. After some frantic but unsuccessful attempts, the kids finally hit upon a solution: using straws to pierce the floating bubbles and drink the fuel out of mid-air.
3:20 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Playful Dragon / Pups Save the Critters
When Alex and Rubble fall asleep reading Alex's favorite storybook, one of the main characters in the story, Flicker the Playful Dragon, jumps right out and continues to play a lively game of hide and seek all around Adventure Bay. His trademark fiery hiccups not only give his hiding spots away, but also cause lots of damage and freak everyone out. Now it's up to Ryder and the Pups (and dragon expert Alex) to track down Flicker and stop him. When Flicker gets trapped in a cave, the gang has to work together to come up with a way to get him out and back into the storybook. --- When Francois's travelling reptile and amphibian truck snaps a trailer hitch on the way to a special demonstration at school, all of Francois's friends, a chameleon, a crocodile, frogs, and lots and lots of snakes - escape to slither around Adventure Bay. Now it's up to Ryder and the Pups to round them all up and get them back into a fixed trailer. Capturing the snakes and frogs is one thing, but when 'Jimmy the Crocodile' finds his way to the community pool, the Paw Patrol has to come up with a new way of luring the creature back to his home.
3:44 pm
Ollie & Moon
The New Zealand Knit-off
Ollie and Moon go to New Zealand to help their friends Dolly and Zoom set a world knitting record. Just one problem - they don't know how to knit!
3:57 pm
What's the Big Idea?
Allowed
Hugo can't wait to grow up so he drive cars, watch scary movies, and do whatever he wants! But he soon learns that grown ups don't always have the freedom to play like kids do.
4:03 pm
Odd Squad
Drop Gadget Repeat / 20 Questions
The agents try to escape from a time loop. --- A villain sets off a backwards bubble.
4:30 pm
Arthur
Sue Ellen Adds It Up / Wish You Were Here
Math, schmath. That's what Sue Ellen thinks... until she runs into a problem her artistic vision can't solve. --- Sue Ellen can't wait to meet her pen pal in person. But Tenzin seems to be more interested in cars and fashion than world culture. Has her friend changed, or was Sue Ellen just reading him wrong?
4:57 pm
Finding Stuff Out 5
Birds of Prey
The Big Question: WHY DO WE NEED BIRDS OF PREY? Theme: Birds of prey or "raptors", like falcons and hawks, use their sharp talons, beaks and incredible eyesight to catch and eat small animals, birds and insects. They might seem like bad guys, but like all predators they keep nature in balance. Without birds of prey, the animals and insects they eat might take over the world!
5:20 pm
Wild Kratts
Prairie Who?
A twister surprises the Tortuga in flight - and all the gang abandons ship and gets separated out on the prairie. While searching for each other, the Wild Kratts Team discovers the amazing species that inhabit the Prairie.
5:48 pm
Super Mighty Makers
Bow Wowie Pooch Peg
Craft Kid Fabricio's dog, Buddy, has to be walked a few times every day. Since Fabricio is mostly at school, his dad often ends up walking Buddy. Fabricio wants to make his dad something that will help with walking the dog. With Bondini and Super Mighty Maker Holly, Fabricio makes the "Bow Wowie Pooch Peg".
6:02 pm
Big Top Academy
Episode #16 - The Rebellion
When the Championships are announced, Nicholas creates a secret team to qualify. While Celeste sets out to prove she's more than just a technical director, Max struggles in mime class.
6:29 pm
Annedroids
Helping Hand
Hand feels left out and sad when Ann would prefer to use Pal to help with an experiment; she thinks Anne likes Pal better. Nick devises the Android Games to show Hand what she's good at but the plan backfires when Eyes and Pal unexpectedly shine in the games.

Evening

7:00 pm
Ep. 3 - The Millau Viaduct
How did engineers build the tallest bridge on the planet? Taller than the Eiffel Tower, the Millau Viaduct in southwest France spans the Tarn gorge, one of Europe's deepest valleys. Its 2.5-km road deck makes it one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world, and it withstands wind speeds that regularly exceed 100 km/h.
7:49 pm
Hospitals of the Future
Humber River Hospital is shaping the future of hospitals. After becoming North America's first fully digital hospital, it unveiled Canada's first hospital command centre. As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, the centre will help create 40 additional beds.
7:54 pm
Learning Portraits
Learning Portrait Jimmy Wisdom
Learning Portrait Jimmy Wisdom
8:00 pm
Canada's Diabetes Epidemic; Fleeing Poverty and Unrest
The Agenda examines Canada's alarmingly high rate of diabetes and why advocates are calling for a comprehensive national strategy to deal with the disease. Then, Bill Frelick, program director for Human Rights Watch, provides an update on the Central American migrant caravan.
9:00 pm
Ep. 1 - From Birth to the Starting Line
Michael Johnson follows the path from birth to the elite start line to see how performance is affected by science and technology. We find out why the New Zealand All Blacks are so good, how the Brazilian Paralympics team prepare for competition, and what's the latest in wearable technologies being developed to make athletes faster and stronger.
9:49 pm
A Battle on Two Fronts: Francis Pegahmagabow
Francis Pegahmagabow was a feared sniper in World War I - credited with 378 kills. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan looks at why Pegahmagabow, the most highly decorated First Nations solider for bravery in Canadian military history, is worth remembering.
9:53 pm
Main Street Ontario: Toronto
Since the early 1980s, Toronto's Cameron House has been home to some of Canada's most famous and beloved musicians, from Blue Rodeo to local legend Handsome Ned, whose charisma and songwriting inspired a burgeoning artistic community. Today, with many live music venues shutting down, the Cameron House is still going strong, bringing together musicians, artists, and audiences on Queen Street West.
10:00 pm
Ep. 1 - Climate Change by Numbers
At the heart of the climate change debate is a paradox: we've never had more information about our changing climate, yet surveys show that members of the public are, if anything, getting less sure they understand what's going on. This program aims to remedy that with a new perspective on the whole subject. Three mathematicians - Hannah Fry, Norman Fenton and David Spiegelhalter - hone in on three key numbers that clarify all the important questions around climate change.
10:47 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Skating on thin ice
Backyard rinks are a big part of winter life in Ontario, but warmer winters mean less time for the ice to freeze. We speak with Wilfrid Laurier University professor Robert McLeman, who discusses RinkWatch, a project that is crowdsourcing data on backyard rinks. We also speak with volunteers who maintain the ice year after year and struggle against unpredictable temperature swings.
10:53 pm
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
Northern Dog Rescue
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits the Northern Reach Rescue Network, where dogs are nurtured and fostered by volunteers.
11:00 pm
Canada's Diabetes Epidemic; Fleeing Poverty and Unrest
The Agenda examines Canada's alarmingly high rate of diabetes and why advocates are calling for a comprehensive national strategy to deal with the disease. Then, Bill Frelick, program director for Human Rights Watch, provides an update on the Central American migrant caravan.

Late Night

12:00 am
Ep. 1 - From Birth to the Starting Line
Michael Johnson follows the path from birth to the elite start line to see how performance is affected by science and technology. We find out why the New Zealand All Blacks are so good, how the Brazilian Paralympics team prepare for competition, and what's the latest in wearable technologies being developed to make athletes faster and stronger.
12:49 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Melting permafrost
Permafrost is an underground layer of soil or rock that stays frozen all year round, but in recent years it's been thawing. In some parts of the north the thaw has created sinkholes and is disrupting the natural order of life. The full force of climate change is visible at Polar Bear Provincial Park in Ontario's far north.
12:53 am
Behind The Lens: My Millennial Life
Filmmaker Maureen Judge talks about her documentary My Millennial Life.
1:00 am
Ep. 1 - Climate Change by Numbers
At the heart of the climate change debate is a paradox: we've never had more information about our changing climate, yet surveys show that members of the public are, if anything, getting less sure they understand what's going on. This program aims to remedy that with a new perspective on the whole subject. Three mathematicians - Hannah Fry, Norman Fenton and David Spiegelhalter - hone in on three key numbers that clarify all the important questions around climate change.
1:47 am
Growing Vertical in Northern Ontario
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan heads to Chelmsford, Ontario to see how one modular farm is reshaping the industry in northern Ontario.
1:52 am
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
The Rise of Forest Schools
At forest schools, children spend most of their day outdoors exploring and learning, while taking more risks and getting more familiar with nature than they would in a traditional classroom setting. To learn more, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan gets his boots dirty at the Ottawa Forest and Nature School.
2:00 am
Ep. 3 - The Millau Viaduct
How did engineers build the tallest bridge on the planet? Taller than the Eiffel Tower, the Millau Viaduct in southwest France spans the Tarn gorge, one of Europe's deepest valleys. Its 2.5-km road deck makes it one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world, and it withstands wind speeds that regularly exceed 100 km/h.
2:49 am
The Survival of the Algonquin Wolf
Of the 237 threatened species in Ontario, the Algonquin wolf is the only one that can be legally hunted in parts of the province. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has come under fire for not doing enough. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits Algonquin Park, one of only a handful of places this keystone species calls home.
2:55 am
Main Street Ontario: London
When the Galleria mall first opened the whole city was thrilled, but local stores struggled to survive in its shadow. Now, with the city working hard on its revival, there's a fresh perspective in downtown London, Ont.
3:00 am
Question Period: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
4:05 am
Ep. 2 - Secret Mediterranean with Trevor McDonald
Sir Trevor visits three countries where the landscape has determined how people live there, whether it is living by an ancient lagoon, being a cowboy in southern France or turning a barren Tunisian landscape into a multi-million-dollar Hollywood film set. On the beautiful Greek island of Santorini, he visits the caves that the island's earliest dwellers dug into the side of the volcanic rock.
4:50 am
Hungu
Under the African sun, a child walks in the desert with his kin. Death is prowling, but a mother's soul resurrected by music will return strength and life to the child when he becomes a man. Inspired by the grace and raw beauty of African rock paintings, Nicolas Brault paints a story without borders, with the humanity and elegance of a universal narrator.
5:00 am
Canada's Diabetes Epidemic; Fleeing Poverty and Unrest
The Agenda examines Canada's alarmingly high rate of diabetes and why advocates are calling for a comprehensive national strategy to deal with the disease. Then, Bill Frelick, program director for Human Rights Watch, provides an update on the Central American migrant caravan.