TV Schedule

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Morning

6:26 am
Ella the Elephant
Ella's Sleepless Sleepover
Ella and Tiki are invited to a fancy sleepover at Belinda Blue's house. Ella's a little uneasy because she's not used to sleeping away from home. Belinda makes Ella forget all about it by putting on a fashion show, playing make believe and even getting Mayor Blue to join in the fun. It's the perfect night until...Ella wakes up and notices strange things going on in Belinda's room. It seems the girls have a visitor... Jasper, the mouse!
6:39 am
Box Yourself Minis
Labradoodle
Øistein makes a labradoodle from an empty juice carton.
6:42 am
Opie's Home
Opie The Plant Defender
When Dad tells Opie he is going to 'prune' his favourite plant, Opie misinterprets the idea and vows to be a 'plant defender' and protect it from danger.
6:49 am
Canada Crew
Cities and Towns
Bebe and Mo take a tour of the bustling streets of Toronto where they meet WE founder Criag Kielburger and ride to the top of the CN Tower, while Gavin explores the small town of Beeton Ontario.
6:56 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy's New Bicycle
Miffy's very proud of how fast she can go on her new bike - until she takes a tumble. When she needs to go fast to come to Snuffy's rescue, will she be brave enough to ride fast again?
7:04 am
Tee & Mo
Ouchy
Tee trips and hurts his leg - oh no! Mo makes it better with a special bandage and some special mum fussing. Tee realizes that he quite enjoys the special treatment and begins to milk it. Will Mo catch on?
7:11 am
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Balloon
Henry meets a friendly Balloon. He's preparing for the big circus show but the clown has gone missing. Henry becomes a Clown for the day, bounces on a trampoline, is fired from a cannon and throws custard pies as he helps save the show.
7:16 am
GBB: Jolly Reader
Captain Book is a Crook
Pirate Gisele sails the seven seas with her motley puppet crew as they explore literacy building blocks. Spelling, Rhyming, phonics, sign reading, and critical thinking are all explored in this fun adventure series. In this episode Gracie O'Malley tries to warn Pirate Gisele that Captain Book is a Crook. Concentration on rhyming, inferring meanings from context, vocabulary building.
7:21 am
Splash and Bubbles
Dunk's Cleaning
The others are alarmed when they find out the reason Dunk is talking funny is that he has a parasite in his mouth. Dunk tells them that he doesn't want to get rid of the parasite and even thinks of it as a friend, but in truth, he is afraid to go see the cleaner shrimp.
7:34 am
Arthur
What Scared Sue Ellen?/ Clarissa Is Cracked
Sue Ellen's not afraid of much, but when she encounters a really creepy howling noise in the woods, she's scared for real and musters up the gang for a showdown. When Grandma lends her porcelain doll, Clarissa to D.W. for a week, they have the most wonderful adventures together. But will all that fun blemish the fair Clarissa?
7:59 am
Paw Patrol
SEA PATROL: Pups Save the Sunken Sloop / Pups Save a Wiggly
Slick the Pirate and his First Mate Arrby have taken the sunken sloop. --- A wiggling whale has knocked the diving bell upside down. It's stuck in the sand at the bottom of the ocean, with Cap'n Turbot and Francois inside.
8:22 am
Ollie & Moon
Thinking Pink in Senegal
When Ollie is invited to his Auntie's Photography Club meeting, he wants to bring the perfect pink picture.
8:34 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.
8:46 am
Space Racers
Orange Outrage
When the high-flying Rooster Rockets endorse a new energy-boosting fuel drink called Orange Outrage, Eagle can't wait to get his wings on it. But Coach Pigeon bans it from the cafeteria: that junk is bad for growing rockets! To Eagle's delight and Coach's chagrin, they soon find the drink everywhere after Vulture strikes an exclusive deal to offer it at the academy. Orange Outrage's effects begin to show; the racers have engine problems, and trouble sitting still or sleeping. Sneaking backstage before a show, the kids discover their heroes drinking the old fuel instead. The embarrassed Roosters come clean that it was just an endorsement, and after the show they announce that they'll no longer shill for the drink. They thank the cadets for helping them do the right thing, while Vulture is furious - and would do more... if only he didn't feel so sluggish.
8:58 am
Odd Squad
Breakfast Club / Dr. O: Party Time, Excellent
Delivery Debbie goes undercover to stop a group of villains. --- When Olympia finds out Dr. O is leaving, she struggles to throw the best goodbye party ever.
9:25 am
Wild Kratts
Snowy Owl Invasion
Martin and Chris are hanging out in China with their giant panda friend Stuffo, when they receive reports of Snowy owls showing up all over North America. Since these raptors live in the Arctic, it's up to the Wild Kratts to Solve the Mystery of the Snowy Owl Invasion!
9:51 am
Dino Dana
Dino Thieves / The Dino Giver
Dana has a nightmare where Saara (dreamed into a Super Villain) steals an Ozraptor bone from a special, traveling display at the ROM and Dana (dreamed into a Super Dino Spy) must stop at nothing to get the bone back or else she'll never see the Ozraptor again. --- Dana learns that the male Dromaeosaurus gives gifts to impress the female Dromaeosaurus, just like her Dad tried to impress her when she was younger.
10:13 am
What's the Big Idea?
Thinking
Hugo always has something to think about, whether it's something important like remembering mum's birthday or scoring a great goal. But is there ever a time when he's not thinking?
10:19 am
Making Stuff
Music Box
A tune is played from a cylinder flicking the reeds on a metal plate. Gears and Wiz see how the cylinders are made with all the tiny pins and put into beautiful wooden boxes.
10:24 am
I LOVE
Building Blocks
Mendel loves to build structures with his building blocks.
10:26 am
Top of the Tops
Top 4 Facts about the Fire Tarantula
Top 4 Facts about the Fire Tarantula 4- They don't hear or see 3- They molt often 2- They use their hair as a weapons 1- They can regenerate limbs
10:29 am
Look Kool
1, 2, 3 Dimensions
Have you ever wanted to take a vacation in the first or second dimension? Hamza discovers the world of height, width and depth in this multi-dimensional episode of Look Kool! Find out how 3D movies trick your brain, have your mind blown by the mysterious Perspective Phantom, watch our challengers build a robot, and meet the creator of Koolkatt!
10:51 am
I'm a Fish
I'm a Shrimp
The Tiny Shrimp shows off some amazing abilities to escape danger and to communicate with their friends.
10:53 am
Beats in Bites
Beatbox Basics
In this episode, Julia and Ammar build rhythm with basic drumbeats.
11:00 am
It's My Party
Day of the Dead
Two kids who have never met are paired up to attend a Mexican celebration filled with mariachi music, a feast of tamales and a Spanish performance.
11:23 am
Box Yourself Minis
Bee Mine
Øistein makes a cute little bee from a juice pack.
11:26 am
Giver
Alberta and Saskatchewan Playground
The Giver kids build a playground that is influenced by the West's "Wild" history. Here they build Canada's Wild West complete with a 2 level western town play structure with ladders and nets and a fun prairie wagon climber with a slide.
11:49 am
Story Explorers
The Bad Stinky Cheese
Story Explorer Ava tells her story: The Bad Stinky Cheese.
11:53 am
Raven's Quest
Peyton
Peyton is an 8-year-old Métis girl from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Peyton loves to jig and would like to be a Métis jig teacher when she grows up. At her school for the Métis Family Fun Day, Peyton gives us a tour of the event and then teaches everyone how to do a traditional jig!

Afternoon

12:00 pm
Mystery Files
The Mystery of Fair's Fair
The clues: A shiny beaver pendant, a coin, a pair of tap shoes with a business card from the Ethel Bruneau Tap School The file label: "Fair's Fair". The investigation: Kyla pulls out the first clue: a small, shiny beaver that looks like a piece of jewelry. When E.B. finds the next clue, he thinks they've struck it rich. It's a coin marked a hundred thousand! The kids' minds race as they imagine everything they could buy with the money. But there's a mystery to solve first. And a third clue that's a real puzzler: tap shoes with a business card from a tap school. Time to investigate! Kyla does an image search on the beaver and it leads her to the Bank of Canada Museum. There, she discovers that the clue is a reproduction of something called a trade silver beaver. She sees some original trade silver beavers and finds out that during the early fur trading days, about 400 years ago, European settlers melted their silver coins and had them made into decorative items like the beaver. First Nations people had no use for coins, but beautiful items like necklaces and bracelets made of silver were valuable to them. So they traded fur pelts for things like trade silver beaver. Kyla also finds out that in ancient times before money was invented, people used a bartering system to trade crops and farm animals with each other. E.B. heads to a coin collector's shop hoping to cash in the clue coin for a hundred thousand dollars. His bubble is burst when he discovers that this 1999 Turkish lira coin is only worth about four dollars to a collector. So much for their dreams of mansions and yachts! E.B. finds out that foreign currency isn't necessarily worth face value in your own country. But sometimes, in the world of coin collecting, a coin can be worth more than the number written on it. Especially if it's very rare like the 1859 Canadian penny he sees at the coin shop that's worth up to $15,000! E.B. also gets to use an old-fashioned coin press to make a commemorative coin. Kyla was asked to bring a cane and a funky hat to the tap dance school. When she meets the dance teacher she discovers that Hermione used to trade exotic recipes with the owner of the school in exchange for tap lessons. Kyla finds out that trading items or services is something that people still do today, just like in ancient times when people traded crops and animals. In exchange for the hat and cane that the teacher needed as props for a show, Kyla gets a tap lesson!
12:22 pm
Sports Lab
Squash
When young Noah wants to take his squash game to the next level, Dr. Heather sends guest pro Maria in the nick of time. Noah and host Nykeem learn how ball deformation can help them come out on top in a match.
12:33 pm
Sports Lab
Swimming
Guest pro Emma Sproule teams up with young Tyrus and host Nykeem as they plunge into the science of swimming. Dr. Heather talks drag, and the trio hits the pool for a wet and wild day of fun.
12:44 pm
MathXplosion
The Magic Number
No matter what numbers you use, there's one constant answer to this math trick. Here's Eric the mathemagician with a number trick that will amaze you. It's not magic... it's math!
12:48 pm
Doggy Day School
Zippy the Turtle
The dogs are playing in the back yard when Lucas sees a small turtle wander under the fence. The gang is riveted - what is it? Koda says he has seen one before - it's a turtle. And it looks like a baby one. Lois approaches and the gang immediately takes it in to protect it. They decide to keep it as a pet. Soon they have to adapt all their routines/games/snacks to fit Zippy's turtly needs. Zippy is with them and at snack and quiet time. And they even pretend they don't want to go for walkies so they can stay to look after Zippy. But during music time, they sing a song about wild animals needing to be free (or a hear Rosie read a story) and they realize they have to let Zippy go. Just as they are about to, Rosie discovers it. She tells them the turtle belongs in the wild and they all go for walkies after all and take back to the ravine and let it go into the wild where they know it belongs.
12:59 pm
WordGirl
Patch Game / Girls' Day Out Throws Chuck
The city is giving away a Key to the City to whichever City Scout can earn the most skill patches in a single day. Even though WordGirl has won dozens of Keys, ordinary Becky Botsford hasn't won any. Becky wants to win the Key to show that there is more to her than just super speed and super strength. Trouble is, Tobey also wants to win the Key. So badly in fact, he uses his robot to cheat and earn skill patches for him. Will Becky resist using her super powers and compete honestly or will her desire to win get the better of her? Vocabulary Words: Award, Eventually --- Mrs. Botsford is treating Becky, Bob and Violet to a relaxing day at a spa far, far away - so far, that Becky's super hearing can't pick up any sounds from the city. Becky thinks this is great; WordGirl deserves a day off! But timing could not be worse when Chuck decides to go on a crime spree. Will Chuck finally get away with his crimes and WordGirl return to a city covered in ketchup? Vocabulary Words: Tranquil, Haven
1:23 pm
Making Stuff
Watercolour paint
The compound is mixed and coloured in a big machine and squeezed out. Gears and Wiz see it punched into pastilles and put into plastic trays.
1:28 pm
Zerby Derby
Let's Get Swinging / Gone With the Windsock / Turbo, Set, Re
Axle gets stuck in a gully. Zack and Rex know they can figure out a way to get him out. But they'll have to try, try again a few times to get it right. --- Zerby Town Airport has a new windsock. Strut, Dotty and Zack try to find the best place at the airport to put it so it blows in the wind and doesn't fall over. --- Lily and Zack find a path that has many natural obstacles. They decide to race the whole thing backwards. But they need to come up with a trick to remember all the obstacles in reverse order.
1:50 pm
Shutterbugs
Going Buggy / Oh, Beehive
Harvey tries out for the Marsh's biggest sporting event - Slimeball! --- When Boris the Bee loses his memory before making a big announcement, the Shutterbugs must use all of their senses to help him get it back.
2:13 pm
Doki
Brave Knight Fico / On the Silk Road
While playing knight, Fico boasts that he's brave enough to face a real dragon. To his surprise, Gabi tells him she knows where to find one! Doki is astonished. Are dragons real?! Team Doki flies off to KOMODO ISLAND, INDONESIA to investigate. Fico is relieved when the first 'dragons' they find are two baby Komodo lizards. But his bravery is tested when a grown-up Komodo decides that Fico is on the menu! In the end, Fico proves his worth by rescuing Anabella from a tree and getting the plane's propeller un-stuck - all in one fell swoop. --- When Anabella accidentally ruins her Mom's silk scarf, she's determined to fix it. But they'll need silk thread - and just what is 'silk', anyway? The Team heads off to BEIJING, CHINA to find out. There, they meet an embroiderer named Lian, and explore a silk factory. They're amazed to discover that silk is made by silkworms - a kind of moth larvae! But along the way, Fico accidentally releases a lot of silkworms, and it's up to Doki, Gabi and Fico to save the worms, before birds gobble them up!
2:35 pm
Doozers
Bubbles
The Pod Squad invents the Cleanamajigger, the ultimate cleaning machine that's a combination vacuum/floor polisher/bubble sprayer and scrubber. But when they can't decide which function to use first, all the button pushing makes the machine go awry and start spewing out super bubbles that are impossible to pop. Now, they must figure out how to stop the bubbles before the Cleanamajigger makes a huge mess!
2:51 pm
Ella the Elephant
Ready, Set, Go... Slow?!
Belinda and Frankie challenge each other to a race, but after Frankie hurts his leg, it's Ella to the rescue to race in his place. But will Ella's credo of "slow and steady" be enough to best the boastful Belinda? Frankie sure hopes so.
3:04 pm
Hi Opie!
Better Than A Bandage
Opie and Samara act as Ancient Egyptian royalty until Samara's attention is drawn to Logan's super cool bandage. Opie tries to win her attention back by finding an even cooler bandage.
3:11 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Shush, Puffin!
On Driftwood Bay, someone seems to be taking things. Puffin seems to know why these precious objects are vanishing - if only someone would listen to him! Lily uses a lovely silver feather she finds washed up on the beach to save the day!
3:20 pm
Zou
The Colour Game
When a display of vegetables tips over in Mr. Zoey's shop, Grandpa suggests ,the colour game,. The vegetables are collected and sorted out by colour. When he gets home, Zou wants to play the game again with an assortment of colourful items from around the house. But it's a little harder to put everything back!
3:31 pm
Zou
Bedtime
It's bedtime. But Zou doesn't want to go to bed yet. He tries to come with ways to stay up. In the end, Grandpa remembers that there is no school tomorrow - it's a holiday. But by this time, Zou is so tired he's gone to sleep anyway.
3:43 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Train
Henry meets a friendly Train. He needs to take his carriages full of animals back to the ranch but the Train Driver got off at the wrong stop and he needs Henry's help. Henry becomes a Train Driver for the day, meets a cactus and jumps a ravine on his journey back to the ranch.
3:48 pm
Floogals
Project Dusting
The Floogals work out that they are leaving their own teeny footprints in the dust of the shelves in the house! Working out that the duster can fix it, Fleeker clamps it to his fizzer for a high speed whizz about the house to dust and remove evidence of their existence. Boy Hooman gets the praise for a nice shiney house, chores done and 'dusted'!
4:00 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Sniffle / Pups and the Ghost Cabin
The Paw Patrol is just about to zoom off on their latest rescue to help Farmer Al capture his run-a-way pigs, Emma and Cornelius, when Chase sneezes, then Zuma sneezes and in a blink of an eye, Skye joins the group of sick puppies. EMT Marshall has his hands full - Duck your head and the germs won't spread! Only Rocky and Rubble are well enough to join Ryder at Farmer Al's. Luckily, Alex is there and he is ready to help make repairs and get the pigs back in the pen. --- It's spooky good times as Jake is cleaning up an old miner's cabin in the woods to revamp it as a ski chalet! Rubble and Rocky are happy to lend a helping hand, that is until their lunch disappears. And when Jake sees his lunchbox walk away, it's time to call in the Paw Patrol! Ryder guides the team through debunking the ghost myth and uncover the chills and thrills brought on by a family of tiny critters.
4:23 pm
Zerby Derby
Stumped
The leafiest part of the forest is fun to play in, but Zack and Axle soon lose sight of each other. They decide to build a viewing platform up on a stump, but building a ramp all the way to the top of the big stump proves to be more difficult than they thought.
4:30 pm
Arthur
Mom and Dad Have a Great Big Fight/ D.W.'s Perfect Wish
When Mom and Dad fight over spilled milk, Arthur and D.W fear the worst. Is it Arthur or D.W.'s fault? And worse, will Mom or Dad have to move out? Turning five is a major, big deal event! But D.W. worries that she fribbled away her preschool years on meaningless pursuits. To make up for it, this year's birthday wish must be especially meaningful.
4:55 pm
Dino Dan
Pterasaur Picnic/ Sabre Tooth Doug
When Liam takes Trek and Penelope with him on a picnic with his friend Jordan, Trek tries to complete Dino Experiment #314 "What did pterosaur nests look like?" He ends up dragging Penelope, Liam and Jordan all over the park to get it solved. --- While making a video presentation for school, Trek and Hannah imagine that Doug is a prehistoric mammal trying to survive amongst the dinosaurs.
5:17 pm
Odd Squad
Olive and Otto in Shmumberland Pt. 1 & 2
When Olive and Otto get zapped into a comic book, Olive must use her knowledge of the comic book to escape.
5:44 pm
Wild Kratts
Pangolin Rescue
After discovering a pangolin and its amazingly unique keratin scales, the Wild Kratts receive an alert from two Wild Kratt kids in China. The pangolins in their forest are in trouble! The gang responds, uncovering Chef Gourmand Gaston's latest plan to make smoothies using pangolin scales. The Wild Kratts must tap into the real power of the pangolin's scales, as an incredible defense, to rescue this little known creature. Science Concept: Specialization for defense.
6:10 pm
When I Grow Up!
Google Software Engineer / Forensic Investigator
At Google headquarters, Mikaela learns the ins and outs of app development. Together with Melissa, a Software Engineer, she creates an app to help clean her room. --- To help find a sandwich thief, Mikaela goes to the police forensics unit. With the help of investigators Rhonda and Lawrence, she discovers the forensic magic used at crime scenes.
6:32 pm
Making Stuff
Plastic people/worlds
Amazingly detailed playworlds begin with ideas submitted by children. Gears and Wiz watch the ideas come to reality as plastic toys that spark kids' imagination.
6:37 pm
Transform It!
Rock Dominoes
Transform It is a series about taking objects you can find around your house and TRANSFORM them into new treasures. In this episode, Kara makes a domino set from painted rocks
6:40 pm
Musical Moments
Musical Moments: Sunscreen
Melissa and Daniel sing about using sunscreen.
6:43 pm
Jack
G-Force
When Jack's ship crash lands on a deserted planet, the pals are in danger of being trapped there forever by its super-strong gravity.

Evening

7:00 pm
A Sloth Named Velcro
Living and working with remote Indigenous communities in Panama, journalist Ana Salceda becomes the caregiver for an orphaned baby sloth, which she names Velcro. They are inseparable for nearly two years, until Velcro is ready to be reintroduced to the wild. This is the story of Salceda's return to Central and South America to see how much has changed.
7:53 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.
8:00 pm
Ep. 6 - Botany to Shoalhaven
This episode documents the industry, ingenuity and beauty of the coastline south of Sydney to the Shoalhaven Coast. Neil Oliver examines an 18th-century close encounter in Botany Bay before following the footsteps of legendary Australian aviator Charles Kingsford Smith at Seven Mile Beach. Brendan Moar hits the sandhills at Kurnell to reimagine a seminal Australian film from the 1940s.
8:53 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Fighting with fire
Climate change is leading to hotter, drier summers and creating the ideal conditions for forest fires. Joshua Johnston, a forest fire research scientist with the Canadian Forest Service, is studying wildfires with an eye toward the future, when fires are likely to be more frequent and intense.
9:00 pm
Amy
Despite just two albums to her name, the late British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is one of the biggest musical icons in recent history. With a voice described as a combination of Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington and Sarah Vaughan, she was a pop star with soul - a rare musical talent whose appeal crossed cultural and demographic boundaries. But while her music made her a star, her chaotic personal life stole headlines.
11:10 pm
The Beat Goes On
The Bloor Street New Horizons Band is the Toronto chapter of an innovative music program for older adults. It's a mixed group composed of members from retired virtuosos to newbies who have never played an instrument before. Over the course of several months, filmmaker Sarah Keenlyside captures the orchestra as they rehearse for their year-end concert. The film serves as a vibrant reminder that creative expression is vital for the soul at any age.

Late Night

12:00 am
A Sloth Named Velcro
Living and working with remote Indigenous communities in Panama, journalist Ana Salceda becomes the caregiver for an orphaned baby sloth, which she names Velcro. They are inseparable for nearly two years, until Velcro is ready to be reintroduced to the wild. This is the story of Salceda's return to Central and South America to see how much has changed.
12:52 am
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.
1:00 am
Ep. 6 - Botany to Shoalhaven
This episode documents the industry, ingenuity and beauty of the coastline south of Sydney to the Shoalhaven Coast. Neil Oliver examines an 18th-century close encounter in Botany Bay before following the footsteps of legendary Australian aviator Charles Kingsford Smith at Seven Mile Beach. Brendan Moar hits the sandhills at Kurnell to reimagine a seminal Australian film from the 1940s.
1:55 am
Amy
Despite just two albums to her name, the late British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is one of the biggest musical icons in recent history. With a voice described as a combination of Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington and Sarah Vaughan, she was a pop star with soul - a rare musical talent whose appeal crossed cultural and demographic boundaries. But while her music made her a star, her chaotic personal life stole headlines.
4:05 am
The Beat Goes On
The Bloor Street New Horizons Band is the Toronto chapter of an innovative music program for older adults. It's a mixed group composed of members from retired virtuosos to newbies who have never played an instrument before. Over the course of several months, filmmaker Sarah Keenlyside captures the orchestra as they rehearse for their year-end concert. The film serves as a vibrant reminder that creative expression is vital for the soul at any age.
4:55 am
Behind The Lens (David & Me)
Ray Klonsky talks about his doc: "David & Me" about his friendship with prison inmate David McCallum. Hundreds of letters later, Ray graduated from university determined to set his friend free.
5:00 am
Gastroblast
French Onion Soup / Guacamole
Delicious French Onion Soup is today's appealing recipe, but requires a lot of onions to be chopped before they're caramelized to a sweet golden brown. And Link's eyes are tear-filled after just one onion! With the help of Gastro Bob and the Boys in the Band, Link discovers that eye goggles are the secret ingredient behind successful, tear-free chopping. --- Captain Cook doesn't know what to do with his treasure chest full of hard, green, unripe avocados, but Link has an idea for a tasty, fresh dip: guacamole, served with some homemade baked tortilla chips. Through Gastro Bob, Link learns a trick for ripening avocados fast, by putting them in a bag with an apple. It turns out there's more to fruit than meets the eye. Some investigation into why this works along with why avocados turn brown when cut open, are the side orders to this tasty snack.
5:23 am
Making Stuff
Markers
Dense fibre sticks (tampons) are assembled in a plastic tube, injected with ink and capped. Gears and Wiz follow the process in the assembly machine.
5:28 am
Monkey See Monkey Do
Donkey
Monkey gets a kicking lesson from Donkey.
5:39 am
Monkey See Monkey Do
Otter
Otter shows Parrot how to slide.
5:51 am
Pop It!
Front to Back, Side to Side
Lamar takes us front to back and side to side in these cool new moves from the "Jump Jump" music video. Put on your hat, get ready to turn, step like a choo-choo train, and be "number one" in these moves.
5:56 am
The Space
Trenders - Elevator Shoes
Amy and Adam are social media experts. Using a scientific method they help their resident inventor, Eureka, turn his crazy ideas into trending products. In this episode they create shoes that lift you up