TV Schedule

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Morning

6:00 am
Dinosaur Train
Spooky Tree & Spinosaurus Super Model
Shiny invites Annie Tyrannosaurus to Pteranodon Terrace for a sleepover, but all Annie wants to do is investigate the ,spooky tree, that Don says ,comes alive at night., All Shiny wants to do is stay as far away from the tree as possible. Can the kids get to the bottom of the mysterious tree, and figure out if it really comes alive at night? --- When Don stumbles across a stick that looks EXACTLY like Old Spinosaurus, he's determined to have the grumpy old dinosaur pose for his sculpture (so he can get the Spinosaurus's features exactly right). But when they arrive at Old Spinosaurus's home, he makes it clear that there's no way he's posing for anything. Can Don convince Old Spinosaurus to pose for his sculpture, or will Don have to come up with another plan?
6:26 am
Ella the Elephant
Ella's Antics
After a disaster at the science fair, Ella learns the importance of taking your time and doing something right.
6:39 am
Box Yourself Minis
Silly Snail
Øistein makes a silly snail from a can.
6:42 am
Opie's Home
Take Your Dad to Work Day
When Opie goes with his dad to work, Opie learns that work can be fun when you do it with someone you love.
6:50 am
Canada Crew
Animals
Bebe shares her pictures of forest animals with Mo. Gavin meets some wolverines and zookeeper Carl drops by with Raksha, the Arctic wolf pup.
6:57 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy's Lucky Dip
Miffy is running a lucky dip stall at the school fair - but when none of her friends pull out anything they want, it seems to be turning into an UN-lucky dip! Can Miffy find a way to turn her fortune around?
7:04 am
Tee & Mo
Costume
Tee insists on wearing his favourite Action Ape outfit all afternoon, no matter what games he's playing. But then when the outfit gets mucky, Tee is heartbroken. This is a job for Action Mo!
7:11 am
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Whale
Henry meets a friendly Whale. Henry learns all about how whales breath underwater but unfortunately Whale has lost her glasses. Henry becomes a Deep Sea Diver for the day and has an amazing adventure with all the creatures of the sea before finding Whale's glasses.
7:17 am
GBB: Jolly Reader
Cook's Cake Clues
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 The cook bakes the lost map into a cake and everybody on board gets a small piece. Concentration on explaining the purpose/use of text. ie. how to find a treasure and understanding how parts of text can fit together to make a whole.
7:21 am
Splash and Bubbles
Ripple's Whale of a Tale
Ripple hears a strange message traveling through the ocean and follows the voice all the way to a fin whale, who explains that the voice was a message from her brother thousands of miles away.
7:34 am
Arthur
D.W.'s Library Card / Arthur's Big Hit
When D.W. discovers that she can get her own library card, she rejoices at the world of books waiting for her. Is it ever okay to hit someone? Arthur finds himself on both ends of the hitting question.
7:59 am
Paw Patrol
The New Pup
Ryder surprises the Pups with their newest vehicle - THE PAW PATROLLER! Now the PAW Patrol can save the day outside of Adventure Bay in this 18 wheeler, mobile Lookout! It's just in time too because Jake ends up lost in the south pole when he loses his equipment and phone - Pups to the rescue! While the Pups race down, an Arctic storm picks up but Jake finds help from a brave Mountain Ranger Pup named EVEREST!
8:22 am
Ollie & Moon
Chef Moon Takes on Paris
Ollie and Moon go to Paris so Moon can prove to Ollie that she doesn't need any help being a great baker. But it turns out that giving and accepting help is what friends are all about.
8:34 am
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!
8:46 am
Space Racers
Volunteer Day
At the big Earth Day Fair, the cadets volunteer for assignments to help improve the environment. Leading a cleanup of low-orbit space junk, Robyn recruits her friends, including a reluctant Eagle - who secretly wants to stay home and watch Orb-O on TV. Up in space the cadets have fun, making a game of it... but Eagle feels they're moving too slowly. Eager to finish, he bosses everyone around, speeding them up and making them miserable. Robyn finally dismisses him so he heads back to Stardust Bay... but finds he's even sadder watching the game alone. Chastened, Eagle returns to the group, apologizes and pitches in - doing such a good job that when Coot shows up to inspect the work, he's so impressed that he appoints Eagle full-time ,Space Debris Clean-up Captain,! Eagle laps up the praise, even as he wonders what he's gotten himself into...
8:58 am
Odd Squad
Xs and Os / Dr. O No
Special agents from the Big O's office threaten to shut down Odd Squad. --- Oona meets Dr. O's replacement.
9:24 am
Wild Kratts
Puffin Rescue
When a rogue wave crashes into the Tortuga, the Wild Kratts get separated. Jimmy and Aviva end up on rafts in the middle of the ocean. Koki is trapped on a sinking Tortuga. While Chris and Martin end up on two islands. Chris Is alone on his island, but Martin isn't. He soon discovers a creature friend, a Puffin! Martin begins to devise a plan to use the powers of this little bird to get off the island and rescue his friends.
9:51 am
Dino Dana
Claw & Order / A Dino Never Forgets
When the family picnic basket gets slashed, Dana and her family head to Dino Court, where Judge Mom, Bailiff Dad, Lawyer Dana and Lawyer Saara try "The Case of the Picnic Basket Slasher", testing the guilt of three dino suspects: a Compsognathus, a Therizinosaurus and a Dromaeosaurus. --- Dana makes Mr. Hendrickson's move into a new home a little easier while she learns all about dino migration and what it means when she comes across a huge herd of travelling sauropods.
10:12 am
What's the Big Idea?
Difference
Hugo imagines a perfect world where every kid looks, thinks and acts exactly like him. But this gets pretty annoying fast, and Felix and Lily help Hugo learn that variety is the spice of life.
10:18 am
Making Stuff
Multi-tools
Seeing how the ingenious parts are stamped out and polished, Gears and Wiz watch a Swiss Army multi-tool assembled and some of the other amazing models.
10:23 am
I LOVE
Collecting Eggs
Levi loves to collect eggs from his chickens.
10:26 am
Reading Rangers
Pronouns
Ranger Drew writes a song about the Mayor and has to substitute pronouns
10:30 am
Science Max: Experiments at Large 3
Rotation
Making a maxxed out spinning top is just the start. Phil experiments with the Magnus effect, gyroscopic precession, pushing string and Da Vinci's perpetual motion wheel.
10:52 am
I'm a Fish
I'm a Moon Fish
The warm hearted Moon Fish shows us that they can dive much deeper than any other fish and it's all thanks to this warm heart.
10:54 am
Beats in Bites
Fillers
Our beatbox stars fill in the space between the beats to make a melody.
11:01 am
Finding Stuff Out 5
Machines
The Big Question: "HOW COULD THEY BUILD THOSE HUGE PYRAMIDS WITHOUT USING ANY MACHINES?" Theme: Today we use all kinds of big machines like cranes, bulldozers and excavators to build things. But how did the ancient Egyptians build their massive pyramids without any of these machines? Nobody can say for sure, but experts think they used simple machines like wedges, levers and ramps. And the big modern machines we use today all have simple machines in them!
11:23 am
Box Yourself Minis
Funny Frogs
Øistein makes a pair of funny frogs from paper cups.
11:26 am
Princess P Party Planner
Practically Perfect Party Planners - Episode 18
Princess P applies her proportional reasoning skills to the world of party planning in this exciting math series. In this episode she budgets for a costume party
11:30 am
Annedroids
Reduce, Reuse, Robocycle
Anne, Shania and the androids help Nick build a lawn-mowing robot to do his time-consuming chore for him. Too bad his Mom keeps coming to the junkyard to check on their progress, almost discovering Pal each time she does.
11:53 am
Story Explorers
Agent Team-Up
Story Explorer Owen tells his story: Agent Team-Up.
11:56 am
Raven's Quest
Jerome
Jerome is a 9-year-old Cree boy from Timmins, Ontario. Jerome comes from a hunting family and shows us all around his grandpa's hunting lodge. He explains how his people eat the food they gather from hunting. Jerome loves to play hockey no matter what time of year it is!

Afternoon

12:03 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.
12:26 pm
Sports Lab
Bowling
Jennifer is a keen young bowler with talent to spare. Guest pro Melissa inspires Jennifer and Nykeem with some strikes, and Dr. Heather rolls out the science of momentum.
12:37 pm
Sports Lab
Figure Skating
Guest pro Bryce Davison has some encouraging advice for Giuliana, a budding young skater working her way up to a double jump. Things heat up on the ice when Dr. Heather brings angular momentum into the mix.
12:48 pm
MathXplosion
Reflecting on Mirror Writing
Mirror, mirror on the wall, can you read Eric's handwriting at all? Eric explores the mathemagical mystery of secret messaging mirrors. It's not magic... it's math!
12:52 pm
Doggy Day School
Good Enough
Vlad, the stunt dog returns to the daycare and is greeted by the others with delight. They all show him the tricks they've been practising - except for Koda. When it's music time, Vlad says he has a sore throat and singing hurts him. Vlad finally admits that he is really fine - he just didn't want to sing because he isn't very good at singing - and they all sing so well. Koda admits that he didn't want to show Vlad a trick because he isn't' very good at it. They both learn you don't' have to be the best at everything you do. It's okay just to enjoy doing something, even if you're not great at it
1:03 pm
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.
1:27 pm
Making Stuff
Maple Syrup
Gathering sap from trees and boiling it down is a sweet adventure when Gears and Wiz visit a 'sugar shack'.
1:32 pm
Zerby Derby
Get Back on Track Zack / Zerby Pirates / This Way or Zack Wa
Zack needs to find Rex and tell him something but he keeps getting distracted along the way. Zack learns the value of focusing and not getting dis- hey, a bird! --- Lily, Rose and Goldie discover a treasure map, they dress up as pirates and follow the clues on the map, hoping to find the buried treasure. --- Zack agrees to put up signs to mark the detour around a construction site but communicating with signs proves to be a little harder than Zack thought.
1:53 pm
Shutterbugs
Big Bug Blackout / Alien Capture Squad
Flick and his glowing tail are bit under the weather...leaving the Shutterbugs 'in the dark' temporarily, forcing them to rely on their other senses to get home safely. --- Strange lights are coming from the abandoned observatory, leaving Harvey to wonder if it's aliens!
2:17 pm
Doki
Doki In Orbit / A Big Stretch
Doki is learning to juggle, and it isn't as easy as it looks. But when Oto reveals new rocket-boosters for the plane, it gives Doki a unique opportunity to find out - could he juggle, in space? Team Doki blasts off to the INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION, where an astronaut named Valentina teaches them how objects behave in a low-gravity environment. As it turns out, juggling is even harder in in space - but when Doki's juggling eggs wreak havoc in the station, he uses what he's learned to set things right. --- Fico needs more rubber bands to expand his rubber band ball. Maybe he could make some, but where does rubber come from? On a tip, the Team flies off to the BRAZILIAN RAINFOREST, expecting to pluck rubber bands from the branches of rubber trees! Instead, they meet Francisco, who shows them how rubber tree sap is processed. Fico uses rubber bands to expand his ball to a dangerous size... and it bounces out of control! Fortunately, Oto and Mundi discover another great use for rubber - they create a giant slingshot, to launch the plane to safety.
2:39 pm
Doozers
Mega Magnet Mover
Flex is making a clock for his Grandpa's birthday. But as he goes to put the finishing touches on his design, he realizes he's lost his Doodriver. Re-tracing his steps with the help of a giant magnet and his friends, Flex is able to track down his favourite tool just in time for the party!
2:51 pm
Ella the Elephant
Tiki's Snow Fun
A fun day at Snowy Island takes a bad turn when the kids don't listen to Tiki's constant worrying about the ferry departure time.
3:04 pm
Opie's Home
Mission: Bedtime
When Opie hears his parents having fun without him, Opie is afraid to miss out in the moment and does whatever he can to make his parents stay with him.
3:11 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Fiddlin' Flatfish
An old record is washed up on the beach which Lily discovers to be by Salty's old band, the Fiddlin' Flatfish! Salty misses his old band and Lily decides to put together a brand new line-up for him!
3:18 pm
Zou
Tough Dough
Zak is having trouble with his school project. With Zou's help, he manages to complete the assignment.
3:30 pm
Zou
Zou the Teacher
Zou's substitute teacher's lessons aren't quite the same as his usual teacher's. He decides to show everyone how teaching should be done. But it turns out to be not as easy as he thought!
3:42 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Lighthouse
Henry meets a friendly Lighthouse. Lighthouse needs to light the way for a small boat as it heads towards the shore but his bulb has gone. Henry becomes a Lighthouse Keeper for the day and after climbing hundreds of steps, carrying a massive bulb he finally saves the day.
3:47 pm
Floogals
Project Seeds
Mom and Girl Hooman are excited about a seed packet - indicating that the flowers in the garden came out of the packet. Curious! How can that be? These little things in the packet look nothing LIKE those giant flowers in the garden. Our Floogals discover that flowers come from seeds in an action packed adventure involved dogs digging and seed bombing!
3:58 pm
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!
4:22 pm
Zerby Derby
Force of Wheel
Rex the dump truck is giving trailer rides! Zack and Axle laugh as he pulls them around the forest. But when Rex has to go help the Construction Zerbies, Axle decides he can pull the trailer. But Axle's wheels just don't seem to work as well as Rex's when it comes to pulling a heavy load.
4:29 pm
Arthur
My Music Rules/ That's a Baby Show
It's the duel of the century as cellist Yo-Yo Ma faces jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman in the toughest gig of their careers - in the Elwood City Library! When Arthur gets hooked on the baby show Love Ducks, he tries to hide it from his friends - not an easy feat since it's on at the same time as the new Bionic Bunny spinoff everyone's talking about.
4:55 pm
Dino Dan
Cowboys vs Dinosaurs / Survival of the Biggest
Trek tells his friends a story about a small western town being scared by a Therizinosaurus and how Deputy Hannah saved the day! --- While Penelope's home sick, Trek investigates why herbivores like the Dracorex, Euoplocephalus or the Brachiosaurus stick together in a giant migrating herd.
5:16 pm
Odd Squad
Not So Splash / By The Book
In the middle of summer, Olive and Otto must figure out why parts of the town are turning snowy and cold. --- Olive and Otto interrogate two suspects to figure out which one is innocent and which one is guilty of committing an odd crime.
5:43 pm
Wild Kratts
The Last Largest Lobster
The Wild Kratts are having a picnic when a seagull steals one of their creature power discs and drops it into the ocean. The Kratt Bros dive in to retrieve the disc and encounter an enormous lobster. Could this be the "Last Largest Lobster?" Martin and Chris begin to follow him to investigate the life of a lobster. But there's someone else on the lobster's trail. It's Chef Gourmand Gaston, who plans to catch him and cook him up. It's up to Martin and Chris to stop Gourmand and save the "last largest lobster".
6:09 pm
Jack
Vertigo No-No!
Jack brings an alien gizmo to Earth to speed up Nico's slowwww internet which causes everyone around to suffer vertigo. But the device's automated defense system prevents Jack from getting close enough to shut it off!
6:20 pm
Making Stuff
Neon Signs
Visit a studio where glass tubing becomes bright neon signs. Words or pictures, they light up the night.
6:27 pm
The Space
Street Wise - Pay Attention
Fred and Nina like to play on their devices when they are out. They discover it's safer to turn them off and pay attention to traffic.
6:30 pm
Kid Diners
Riding Mountain
In the great outdoors of Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba, Aynalem and Xander are there for a cookout - Kid Diner style! Aynalem uncovers some fresh beets for a colorful salad to accompany an outdoor grilled steak. And Xander comes nose to snout with a pig and then makes the cheesiest wood-fired pizza ever!
6:52 pm
The Space
Don't Hide Get Outside
Music video featuring TVOKids hosts Kara, Drew and Dalmar. The message is fire safety.

Evening

7:00 pm
Access 360: World Heritage - Cappadocia
In a remote part of central Turkey sits an alien landscape that may soon disappear. The World Heritage site of Cappadocia attracts more than two million visitors a year who come not just for the beauty of the terrain, but for the 1,000-year-old cultural treasures hidden in its caves. Cappadocia's director of museums is battling both manmade and natural erosion to protect this geological wonderland.
7:50 pm
Combatting Carp with Christmas Trees
The Royal Botanical Gardens is using old Christmas trees to build a barrier to keep the invasive common carp out of Hamilton's marshes and ponds. As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, there is need for more trees after record high water levels across Ontario last year.
7:54 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: The monarch butterfly's decline
Monarch butterfly populations have been declining for the past 20 years. Its habitat is being decimated, and during its annual migration, it faces threats from storms intensified by climate change. We visit the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory to find out more.
8:00 pm
Ep. 2 - River Severn
Jeremy Paxman travels the Severn through the heartlands of England and Wales. He meets the last mud-horse fisherman on the Severn Sea, and investigates the country's largest ship graveyard.
8:48 pm
Behind The Lens (Unsung: Behind the Glee)
Filmmaker Comments about the making of "Unsung: Behind the Glee." The film charts the compelling journey of two Toronto high school show choirs as they battle time, nerves and each other to create an award-winning routine for the Show Choir Nationals, Canada's National High School Glee Club Championships.
8:52 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.
9:00 pm
Ep. 1 - April
Norwegian Prime Minister Jesper Berg has called a press conference at which everyone expects him to cancel the oil shutdown, but he does the opposite. He maintains the promise and insists that thorium reactors will replace petrochemical energy.
9:47 pm
Main Street Ontario: Hamilton
Corsini's was more than just a grocery store when it set up shop in 1928 on James Street North in Hamilton. It was a place where Italian immigrants found what they needed to make a new home. The once-bustling strip was later hit hard by the recession, but is now a creative hub for newcomers of another sort who have given it a new lease on life.
9:53 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Moose in decline
Every year, nature lovers flock to Algonquin Provincial Park hoping to catch sight of moose. Wildlife photographer Steve Elms has been visiting the park since childhood, and each year moose sightings become rarer. The moose population in Ontario has declined 20 per cent over the past decade, according to research from the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. We visit the park to see the changes firsthand.
10:00 pm
Ep. 6 - Surviving Civilization
This episode takes us deep into the Northwest Passage to a surreal world where civilization is still a recent phenomenon. Out at sea, the few Canadian icebreakers patrolling the ocean are lifelines that protect new fleets of amateur sailors. But in the little coastal villages, modern life - driven by Canada's ongoing efforts to dominate this territory - has had very different results. In Gjoa Haven, it brings a darkness to the lives of people who were previously able to survive anything.
10:45 pm
Main Street Ontario: Markdale
In 1973, David and Penny Chapman bought an old creamery and started a small business making ice cream. They built up their company bit by bit, while staying true to where it all began in Markdale, a village south of Georgian Bay.
10:50 pm
Behind The Lens (The Lost Highway)
Derreck Roemer and Neil Graham talk about their film "The Lost Highway" about life along a remote yet colourful stretch of Ontario's Highway 7.
10:56 pm
Explainer: What is a writ?
John Michael McGrath and Greg Essensa, Ontario's Chief Electoral Officer, explain the writ and writ period. Produced by Matthew O'Mara.
11:00 pm
Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees
Forests are one of the world's most significant sources of food, new medicines and oxygen. Scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger explores our profound biological and spiritual connection with trees, and meets people who are taking the lead to replant, restore and protect the last of the planet's great ancient forests.
11:55 pm
Canada's American Civil War
More than 40,000 Canadians fought in the American Civil War between 1861 and 1865. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to the township of South Stormont, home to Canada's only civil war memorial.
11:59 pm
Access 360: World Heritage - Cappadocia
In a remote part of central Turkey sits an alien landscape that may soon disappear. The World Heritage site of Cappadocia attracts more than two million visitors a year who come not just for the beauty of the terrain, but for the 1,000-year-old cultural treasures hidden in its caves. Cappadocia's director of museums is battling both manmade and natural erosion to protect this geological wonderland.

Late Night

12:49 am
Main Street Ontario: Manitoulin Island
After many years of taking their shows on the road across Ontario, the Debajehmujig Creation Centre converted an old grocery store into an artistic hub. Since then, it has become a vital home for Indigenous artists and storytellers to create and tell their stories in Manitowaning on Manitoulin Island.
12:57 am
Ep. 2 - River Severn
Jeremy Paxman travels the Severn through the heartlands of England and Wales. He meets the last mud-horse fisherman on the Severn Sea, and investigates the country's largest ship graveyard.
1:44 am
The Future of Beekeeping
The Agenda heads to Niagara College to see its beekeeping program, which will graduate its first students this year. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan looks at how the industry is evolving and, more importantly, growing in Ontario.
1:50 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Breakthroughs in energy storage
How does renewable energy work when the sun isn't shining or the wind isn't blowing? Energy storage is a key piece of the renewables puzzle. Many look to chemical batteries to store power, but a Toronto-based company has a different idea - inflate bags under water to store the energy for use during days when renewables don't function well. Hydrostor president and CEO Curtis VanWalleghem takes us inside their demo plant!
2:00 am
Ep. 1 - April
Norwegian Prime Minister Jesper Berg has called a press conference at which everyone expects him to cancel the oil shutdown, but he does the opposite. He maintains the promise and insists that thorium reactors will replace petrochemical energy.
2:47 am
Behind The Lens (Fight Like Soldiers)
Filmmaker Patrick Reed talks about the making of his documentary film "Fight Like Soldiers Die Like Children.
2:52 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Redrawing the grid
The Nanticoke coal-fired power plant once generated enough power to supply millions of homes. It was shut down in 2013 and has a bright future as a solar farm. We look at plans for the future at Nanticoke, as well as a distributed solar project in Guelph, to get an idea of how the grid is changing.
3:00 am
Ep. 6 - Surviving Civilization
This episode takes us deep into the Northwest Passage to a surreal world where civilization is still a recent phenomenon. Out at sea, the few Canadian icebreakers patrolling the ocean are lifelines that protect new fleets of amateur sailors. But in the little coastal villages, modern life - driven by Canada's ongoing efforts to dominate this territory - has had very different results. In Gjoa Haven, it brings a darkness to the lives of people who were previously able to survive anything.
3:45 am
Behind the Lens: The Defector
Filmmaker Ann Shin talks about her 2012 documentary, The Defector: Escape From North Korea, which follows two North Koreans as they make a perilous journey across Asia on a quest for freedom.
3:49 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.
4:00 am
Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees
Forests are one of the world's most significant sources of food, new medicines and oxygen. Scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger explores our profound biological and spiritual connection with trees, and meets people who are taking the lead to replant, restore and protect the last of the planet's great ancient forests.
4:54 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.
5:00 am
The Agenda in the Summer: Lisa Genova
Lisa Genova has built a successful career writing novels about people struggling to cope with neurological conditions. She talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her latest book, "Every Note Played," in which the main character struggles with ALS.
5:30 am
Ep. 4 - Clinic in Motion
A clinic is set up in a former construction trailer in a remote community. Melanie oversteps her authority and confronts a miner she believes is abusing his wife. Eva is surprised when one of the clinic's patients is her ex-lover and band mate, and a goat is Charlie's reward for a job well done. Strapped for cash, Gina takes a job modeling for a life-drawing class.
5:55 am
Combatting Carp with Christmas Trees
The Royal Botanical Gardens is using old Christmas trees to build a barrier to keep the invasive common carp out of Hamilton's marshes and ponds. As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, there is need for more trees after record high water levels across Ontario last year.