TV Schedule

Monday, July 16, 2018

Morning

6:02 am
Ella the Elephant
Parade Problem
When Mr. Mercer can't ride his banana float in the parade, Ella and friends offer to help. But when they get lost on the way to the parade, they work together to get to the parade in time.
6:15 am
Hi Opie!
All By Myself
Opie has a new game he wants to play, but Sahnya wants to play by herself.
6:23 am
Zerby Derby
Driftwood Dilemma
Zack and Lily find a giant driftwood stump on the beach and with the Construction Zerbies' help they try to haul it back to Zerby Town. But it turns out hauling a big stump is a lot harder than they think. So Zack and Lily with Bob the boat's help try to figure out a way to get the stump to town.
6:30 am
Now You Know
Penguins
Howie and Baboo visit zookeeper Kim at the zoo where they watch penguins waddle and swim and learn why penguins have developed to swim instead of fly.
6:39 am
Doki
Climb Every Mountain / Fico's Hot Bath
Doki has mastered Gabi's climbing wall, and now he wants a bigger challenge. He proposes they climb the world's highest mountain! How hard could it be? Gabi reluctantly takes the Team on an expedition to climb MOUNT EVEREST, in NEPAL. But the weather is wildly changeable, the air is thin, and the climb is dangerous. Doki's overconfidence almost causes disaster, but he finally listens to reason and they turn back. He realizes that it's great to challenge yourself, as long as you're truly prepared for it! --- Fico needs a bath, but doesn't want to muddy his Mom's floors. Where can he take a hot bath, outside? On a tip, they set off to ICELAND, a country that sounds cold but is known for underground heat. While Oto and Mundi rig up a geothermal shower, the others set out to find a hot spring for Fico's bath. They find a frozen glacial lake (too cold!) and a geyser (too hot!) before locating a real hot spring. But their soak is cut short when the local volcano starts acting up.
7:00 am
Odd Squad
Partner Problems
The agents are called in to help when Ohlm and Orchid have problems working together. Curriculum: Rounding to the nearest 10; Odd and even numbers
7:14 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save the Carnival
When Humdinger can't win a prize at the Adventure Bay Carnival, he has his kitten swipe all the prizes, but then they get caught in a runaway bouncy house.
7:27 am
Giver Webisodes
Beanbag Toss
What are the odds Michael helps make a carnival style beanbag toss!
7:29 am
Wild Kratts
Stars of the Tides
When Martin and Chris argue about who gets to keep a prized creature souvenir, Aviva unveils a new Creature Power Challenge that should settle things. This time, Martin and Chris must make it through the day in one of the harshest habitats on Earth, the rocky intertidal. The Kratts brothers must use the creature powers of the intertidal to outlast each other and win the prize.
7:56 am
Arthur
Ants in Arthur's Pants/ Don't Ask Muffy
To excel in science, Mr. Ratburn's class has to prove that they have P.A.N.T.S. - the ability to be patient, attentive, nosy, thoughtful, and systematic. And Arthur's certain he's got 'em to ace his ant-farm project! To launch her career as a rich and famous talk-show host, Muffy starts an advice column in the school newspaper.
8:22 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!
8:29 am
Splash and Bubbles
Golden Legs Gush / A Fish Called "Mo"
While preparing for a reef obstacle course, the kids don't believe that Gush used to be very fast when he was young, because frogfish are so big and slow. However, Gush decides to run the obstacle course just to show them how fast a frogfish can be. --- Dunk's "little cousin" Mo, a giant sunfish, comes to visit. The kids try to accommodate Mo, despite his large size, but he's only there for a short time, because large fish like him prefer the space in the open ocean.
8:55 am
Can You Imagine That!
Entomologist
Kaylin wants to be an entomologist - a scientist who studies and learns all about insects. She would have many tools to observe different bugs, like ants and bees. Kaylin imagines what it would be like to be right inside an ant colony and take on the different jobs that each ant is responsible for doing. Kaylin would love to watch how bees help flowers and gardens grow through pollination. She even imagines a garden picnic with the Queen Ant and Bee!
9:01 am
Paw Patrol
Pup-Fu!
Sensei Yumi is teaching all the pups the ancient art of Pup-Fu. The Paw Patrol and the mischievous kittens from Mayor Humdinger's Kit-tastrophe Crew are both competing for their belts when they come across an ancient scroll that holds all the secrets of the art. Mayor Humdinger steals the scroll and the Paw Patrol is called upon to find and return it to back to Sensei Yumi. It can be dangerous in the wrong hands, so Chase's drone tracks the sneaky Mayor to his secret lair, while Zuma helps them enter by a hidden cave in the water. Super Pup-Fu student Marshall sneaks in quiet as a mouse and together they get the scroll back where it's supposed to be.
9:25 am
Doozers
Zip It
Spike is interrupted in the middle of finishing his new zip line because the Peach Picker has broken down and the Pod Squad need to invent a new way to harvest the fruit.
9:37 am
Rob the Robot
Hocus Pocus
When the crew head to Wizard Planet, they discover that learning magic requires much more than a wand and pointy hat; a great wizard must also be a great listener!
9:49 am
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.
10:01 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy's Concert
All of Miffy's friends can play instruments, and Miffy wants to play along with them on the recorder that Teacher gave her. But she can't make it sound good - at least, not without lots of practise!
10:08 am
Wibbly Pig
Footprints
Wibbly Pig is looking for his favourite green bucket - and the last time he saw it it was by the sand pit. He can't find it anywhere - so the Pig Twins decide to help him find it. Immediately they spot a trail of sandy footprints leading up to the water tap... and from the water tap a trail of watery footprints... leading to a mud puddle... and from the mud puddle a trail of Muddy footprints. What can be making all these different trails?
10:19 am
YOUniverse
Asteroids
An adventurous boy dreams of flying his spaceship through an asteroid belt in a race against his friends. After winning the race, the boy shares his special trick; he flew threw the asteroid belt to save time. Did you know that asteroids are made up of rocks and different types of metals and minerals? Also, an asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter.
10:22 am
Bing
Big Boots
Bing and Sula are in the park playing at being giants and splashing in puddles with their big welly boots. As they play the puddles get bigger and bigger until Bing slips over in the mud and gets wet everywhere. Amma comes to the rescue with a giant warm bath and a giant carroty bagel.
10:29 am
Zou
Zou's Special Surprise
Dad is going away on business for a week. Zou misses him, so Grandpa suggests making him a surprise for when he gets back. Zou decides he wants to make recordings of everyone in the family on Grandpa's old cassette recorder. In the end it's Zou who is surprised when Dad comes home a few days early.
10:41 am
Zou
Road Safety
Mrs. Zolli, the crossing guard, decides it's time to reinforce her message of road safety to all the youngsters. She makes it fun, Zou and his friends learn a very important lesson.
10:53 am
Hi Opie!
Opie's Rocket Fuel
Opie and Amanye's space mission is stalled when they have no rocket fuel to blast off. Will their imagination blast them into space? Or will they be grounded?
11:00 am
Zerby Derby
Zerby Fountain / Getting Nowhere Fast / Sticking To It
Mika has created a new fountain in the middle of Zerby Town. She wants it to be for quiet time, so Zerbies can watch the water and relax. But Zerbies would rather play in the water. Mika and Rex try to keep the Zerbies out of the water. --- Axle's going full speed and he can't stop. Zack and Mika chase him around Zerby Town trying to come up with ways to slow him down long enough so Mika can see what's wrong with him and fix him. --- Lily and Zack are eager to help Strut and Mika finish a bridge made out of long sticks. But it turns out getting sticks that are just the right length takes more planning than they expected.
11:21 am
I'm a Fish
I'm a Koi Fish
We meet the Koi Fish swimming around a shallow pond cared for by Humans who want them for good fortune, but their good fortune won't save them from the cats and birds.
11:23 am
Now You Know
Sun
Where does the Sun go at Night?
11:32 am
Doggy Day School
Let's Get Ready
Bubu, a little puppy sneaks into to the daycare when his owner is next door at the pet shop. At first, all the dogs are thrilled with him. He's so cute and active and interested in everything. But soon Bubu, who can't speak yet, causes trouble. He doesn't wait his turn, or put toys back, or leave Pedro's biscuits alone. The others realise that Bubu doesn't know the rules at daycare yet and they decide to teach him. He's a quick learner and when Rosie and his owner finally track him down, Bubu shows them how much he's learned. Rosie says that he is certainly getting ready for daycare and that he can drop in again any time.
11:43 am
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Whale Rescue
Lily finds a set of panpipes on the beach which she takes to Driftwood Bay. She and Salty discover a baby whale caught in a nylon fishing net. After they set him free, he shows his gratitude in an amazing way!
11:50 am
Splash and Bubbles
Golden Legs Gush
While preparing for a reef obstacle course, the kids don't believe that Gush used to be very fast when he was young, because frogfish are so big and slow. However, Gush decides to run the obstacle course just to show them how fast a frogfish can be.

Afternoon

12:03 pm
Lejo
Battery
The battery of a toy robot loses power. Lejo comes to help and changes the battery.
12:05 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save Apollo
The Pups are delighted to be spending the whole day watching an Apollo-Super-Pup marathon on TV. When everyone but Rubble falls asleep, Apollo gets captured by his greatest foe - The Spider King - and appeals directly to Rubble for help from the TV screen. Now it's up to Paw Patrol get to The Spider King's lair to help free their hero. They have to use everything they've got to get Apollo, and themselves out of danger.
12:17 pm
Floogals
Project Rollerskates
Why would a shoe have wheels attached? The Floogals find out and in the process go on a roller-coaster adventure around the house, learning to lean and steer the boot along the way!
12:28 pm
Top of the Tops
Top Yo-yo Beginner's Guide
Top Yo-yo Beginner's Guide. Top 4 parts of the Yo-yo: 1- The string 2- The disks 3- The Axel 4- The gap Top ways to use your Yo-yo: 1- Slip Knot 2- Proper placement 3- Yo-yo string direction
12:31 pm
Dinosaur Train
Where Have All the Lizards Gone & Conductor's Sleepover
The Conductor takes the Pteranodon Family for a special trip to Lizard Island, where they discover that it's been overrun by plants and bugs, and there are few precious lizards left. The Conductor concludes that the Changyuraptor Family (that he dropped off there awhile ago, and has since multiplied) has been eating all the lizards and throwing the entire ecosystem out of balance. Can the Pteranodon Family and Mr. Conductor convince the Changyuraptor Family to leave their home in order to get the island ecosystem back in balance? --- With a hurricane looming, the Pteranodon Family convinces the Conductor to leave his train for the night and come with them to the safety of their hurricane shelter (a large, underground cave). But the Conductor has a hard time getting comfortable away from his train. Can the family and the Conductor pull together and help a family of beached Ichthyosaurs back into the ocean after the hurricane leaves them beached on the shore?
12:57 pm
TVOKids music videos.
We Love Ontario - Music Video
TVOKids music video starring Melissa, Daniel and Mickeey and featuring kids from all over Ontario playing outside. Produced for Ontario 150 celebrations.
1:00 pm
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Rainbow Adventure
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave learn all the colours of the rainbow, by naming and matching colours in Hatty's garden.
1:11 pm
Mr. Moon
Anyold and the Ice Asteroid
Mr Moon, Gold Star and Silva find an amazing ice asteroid and know that Anyold would love it. But Anyold seems reluctant to leave home until they suggest he brings his favourite things with him.
1:24 pm
Bing
Bubbles
Flop teaches Bing and Pando how to blow bubbles. Pando soon gets the hang of it but Bing struggles and gets frustrated. After many attempts and some gentle guidance from Flop Bing finally blows a big bubble and is outraged when Pando pops it.
1:31 pm
Box Yourself Minis
Owl Birthday Card
Øistein makes an owl birthday card from a paper plate.
1:35 pm
Zou
Zou has a Guest
When Zinnia comes over to play for the day, Zou isn't very happy. They don't always like to play the same things! But, they soon get involved in a game of ,shops,, borrowing the ,merchandise, from around the house - and end up having fun together.
1:47 pm
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy Takes the Lead
Miffy, Melanie and Grunty play Follow My Leader. After a few false starts, Miffy takes the lead and ends up leading everyone on a massive, musical adventure!
1:54 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... A Rooster
Henry meets a friendly Rooster. Rooster needs to wake up the farmer so he can feed the animals but he has a sore throat and can't crow. Henry becomes a Farmer for the day and helps feed all the animals and even helps cure Rooster's sore throat.
1:59 pm
Tee & Mo
Music Video: Come on Get Up
A monkey mom, Mo, and her 3 year old son Tee, dance and enjoy musical moments together.
2:01 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Delivery Disaster
Hatsie isn't feeling well and Nonna volunteers to take over her deliveries. Lily gives her an old pair of gloves she found on the beach to help but Nonna has never driven a train before and things don't exactly go to plan!
2:08 pm
Rob the Robot
Hare-Raising Event
Out of ingredients for their favourite salad, the friends head to the Garden Planet to plant their own veggies! They quickly learn the merits of tool safety when Rob gets bonked on the head by a rake and is turned into a rabbit!
2:21 pm
Zerby Derby
Zerby Town Mountain
The Construction Zerbies finish building the largest pile of dirt they can possibly build. Axle and Zack think the view from the top would be fantastic. But no matter how hard everyone tries, climbing up the mound of dirt just isn't going to work. So they try, try again to find a solution that will get them to the top.
2:29 pm
Canada Crew
Weather
Bebe and Mo are stuck inside the lodge due to rain, where they learn about the seasons from Environment Canada's senior climatologist David Phillips, while Gavin gets lost in the grand banks, one of the foggiest places in the world.
2:36 pm
Mister Maker
Mister Maker 209
Mister Maker makes pictures out of paper plates, creates crazy creatures with cotton buds and shows you how to make a submarine shaped pencil case. Guess the answer to the shape puzzle, and watch 'The Mister Maker Kid's' build a terrific tractor picture.
2:55 pm
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
An Exploring Adventure
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave go exploring, following clues which lead them to discover a strange new animal - a 'doggy-birdy-panda' that's a mixture of all three of them put together!
3:07 pm
Space Racers
Remember the Past, Discover the Future
Stardust Bay's annual "All-Star Weekend" is a few days away, and most of the kids can't wait to meet some of the academy's famed former cadets. Raven, however, seems unusually quiet. When Headmaster Crane shows them a tribute video that highlights the flying skills of legendary cadet/racer Falcon Fairflight, Raven quietly slips away. What's gotten into him? Turns out he's trying to master Falcon's signature move, the near-impossible "triple corkscrew," but failing miserably. Crane finds Raven alone, wistfully rewatching the video... and wishing he could be more like Falcon, whom we learn was his late father. It's not what Falcon was able to do in the air, Crane explains, it's what he had inside: heart and determination. Raven ultimately finds a way to prove to himself - and to his friends - that he's made of the same strong fiber as his celebrated dad.
3:20 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a City Kitty / Pups Save a Cloud Surfer
When Everest hosts Katie and Cali for a sleepover, the cat gets homesick and wanders off into the woods. It's up to the Paw Patrol to locate and rescue Cali. --- Daring Danny X's decides to go kite-surfing on an extra windy day. His harness comes loose and Danny goes on wild ride through the clouds and nearly up into space. Time to call in the Air Patroller.
3:43 pm
Ollie & Moon
Goosebumps in Greenland
During a heatwave in Brooklyn, Moon wants to go to Greenland to find a nice cold igloo.
3:56 pm
I LOVE
My Bunny
Eloise loves her pet bunny.
3:58 pm
Odd Squad
Trading Places / Bad Lemonade
When an Odd Squad gadget falls into the hands of Odd Todd, it's ultimately up to Oscar to get it back. ---- When Odd Todd takes over Polly Graph's lemonade stand using a series of misleading graphs and charts, Olive and Otto must prove that he's up to no good.
4:26 pm
Arthur
Fern's Flights of Fancy / Cereal
Will Fern give up her dreams of being a writer just because of one silly rejection? This is one case, George might have to solve alone. --- Buster tells the story of a missing cereal box on his all-new podcast. Will he be able to find the thief - and in the process - the truth?
4:54 pm
Creature Mania
Episode 19
Today on Creature Mania, we go ape with the gibbon, check out the super weird looking okapi and get wriggly with the common earthworm. We meet Adrian and his dog Jesse in Dog Tricks, and Cara and her dog in Pet and Tell. We have a laugh with Panda, Pony and the Two Bobs, and hang out with some lovely wallabies.
5:22 pm
Wild Kratts
The Golden Snub Nosed Monkey Man
The Wild Kratts go on an expedition into the Chinese mountains to find the amazing Snub nosed monkeys, a species of cold adapted monkeys living in the snowy highlands. But when Martin becomes separated in an avalanche and his power suit malfunctions, it's a race against time for the Wild Kratts to find Martin, the Giant Snub nosed Monkey Man!
5:50 pm
Dino Dana
Dino Kitty
When Mom tells Dana not to lure a neighbourhood cat inside the apartment, Dana goes one further and accidentally lures a Smilodon into her bedroom. But she thinks quickly and uses Nixon to sneak it back outside before Mom and Saara notice.
6:02 pm
Mystery Files
The Mystery of Work It
The clues: A dressmaker's pattern from 1832, a postcard of Rosie the Riveter, a high-heeled silver boot The file label: "Work It" The investigation: E.B. heads to Black Creek Pioneer Village to investigate the dressmaker's pattern. He discovers that back in the 1800's, North American women mostly made all their own clothing. It was a lot of work, and women's fashion at the time involved many layers like corsets, hoops and petticoats. It wasn't easy working in those clothes either. Kyla finds out that a riveter is a person who works on airplanes. At the Canadian Historical Aviation Association she discovers that Rosie the Riveter is from World War II when men went off to war and women took up their jobs in factories. After donning the proper "Rosie" outfit of coveralls and bandana, Kyla pounds rivets into an airplane's fuselage. She discovers that the Rosie outfit wasn't only practical for the job; it also had a big influence on women's fashion. It was the first time in history that women were allowed to dress like men. E.B. finds a tag inside the high-heeled silver boot that leads him to a clothing rental warehouse. He finds out that the boot isn't a woman's boot but a man's boot! Welcome to the world of glam rock; an over the top fashion style from the 70's that started with musicians like David Bowie. The stylish duo discovers how fashion has evolved from a strict set of rules to what is now a common form of self-expression. Mystery solved: The kids figure out that as society has changed, so has fashion. Plus, "work it" is something people in fashion say when a model is doing a good job.
6:26 pm
Raven's Quest
Tessa
Tessa is a 10-year-old Métis girl from Hay Lakes, Alberta. She introduces us to her soccer team, the Assassins, and she demonstrates some parkour moves in the park. Tessa gives us a tour of her bedroom and shows us her awards, her artwork, the book she is writing and the crochet blanket that she made for her stuffed animals. She introduces us to her cat Cringer, and also to her best friends, Stacey and Sannah. The girls hang out at the park and go swimming together. Tessa teaches us all about smudging, something that she also teaches in special seminars to kids her own age. Smudging is important to many Métis people. Tessa tells us that it helps cleanse the body. At a seminar, Tessa explains what a talking stick is and shows the kids how to smudge. She also teaches them how to play traditional games like Ring and Pin and Double Ball. After each seminar, Tessa says thank-you to the participants. "Hey-Hey" is her special word and it means thank-you!
6:33 pm
Look Kool
Origami
Hamza is packing up for a nice beach vacation, but he can't fit all of his stuff in his suitcase! Origami to the rescue - he takes a nod from the 400 year-old art of Japanese paper folding to make things with a lot of surface area take up less space! Origami can be used for all kinds of interesting things, from building a telescope, to teeny-tiny tubes used in heart surgery, to finding out how to make the best paper airplane.

Evening

7:00 pm
Ep. 3 - Garden Parties and Picnics
Michael Buerk is joined by chef Paul Ainsworth to celebrate al fresco dining, cooking food served at royal picnics and garden parties. They set up the barbecue in the grounds of a former royal palace to prepare Gaelic steaks, said to be Prince Philip's signature barbecue dish. Historian Annie Gray heads to Chiswick House in southwest London, the site of some of the earliest royal garden parties, and reveals how Queen Victoria made picnics fashionable.
7:46 pm
Learning Portraits
Learning Portrait: Dan Kunanec
Part of TVO's Learning Portraits series, Dan Kunanec talks about teaching the Green Industries course at Don Mills CI, and how it is a learning experience every day.
7:51 pm
Rachel Romu: A Spotlight on Disability
Thunder Bay-born Rachel Romu is hoping to change the way the fashion industry views people with disabilities. As Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, the former track athlete - turned model - is bringing visibility to disability one runway at a time.
8:00 pm
The Agenda in the Summer: David Crombie; Beekeeping
David Crombie, a former Toronto mayor, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities expanded beyond traditional suburbs in Ontario's past. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks about beekeeping in Ontario.
8:30 pm
Ep. 5 - Lifeline
Students have their first encounter with difficult medical conditions- dementia and terminal cancer. While caring for an elderly dementia patient, Gina and Melanie have an argument over Melanie's apparent reporting of a wife abuser. Charlie and Farida have different ideas about how to help a single mom with cancer deal with her kids, and Nancy is suddenly no longer an empty nester.
8:55 pm
Main Street Ontario: Kincardine
Every summer Saturday night, residents of Kincardine on the shores of Lake Huron gather downtown for a special parade led by the town's beloved Scottish pipe band, which has filled the streets with music since 1908.
9:00 pm
Ep. 3 - John Torode's Argentina
Celebrity chef John Torode fulfils a lifelong ambition to go to Argentina, where eating beef is a national obsession. After savouring street food from the barbecues, or asados, in Buenos Aires, he travels across the vast pastures of the pampas to the foothills of the Andes. His mission: to find the best piece of steak in the world and the best way to cook it. Along the way, he discovers modern industrial farming has changed the landscape and threatened a way of life unchanged for centuries.
10:00 pm
Ep. 2 - The Golden Age
Alastair Sooke seeks out 10 treasures from the golden age of Egyptian art. His journey starts with troubling psychological portraits of the tough-as-nails king, Senwosret III, and ends with the golden mask of Tutankhamun. He takes in groundbreaking temples, beautiful tombs and a lost city, where the art of one of the greatest revolutions in Egypt's history emerged from the sands.
10:53 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.
11:00 pm
The Agenda in the Summer: David Crombie; Beekeeping
David Crombie, a former Toronto mayor, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities expanded beyond traditional suburbs in Ontario's past. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks about beekeeping in Ontario.
11:30 pm
Ep. 5 - Lifeline
Students have their first encounter with difficult medical conditions- dementia and terminal cancer. While caring for an elderly dementia patient, Gina and Melanie have an argument over Melanie's apparent reporting of a wife abuser. Charlie and Farida have different ideas about how to help a single mom with cancer deal with her kids, and Nancy is suddenly no longer an empty nester.
11:55 pm
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.

Late Night

12:00 am
Ep. 3 - John Torode's Argentina
Celebrity chef John Torode fulfils a lifelong ambition to go to Argentina, where eating beef is a national obsession. After savouring street food from the barbecues, or asados, in Buenos Aires, he travels across the vast pastures of the pampas to the foothills of the Andes. His mission: to find the best piece of steak in the world and the best way to cook it. Along the way, he discovers modern industrial farming has changed the landscape and threatened a way of life unchanged for centuries.
1:00 am
Ep. 2 - The Golden Age
Alastair Sooke seeks out 10 treasures from the golden age of Egyptian art. His journey starts with troubling psychological portraits of the tough-as-nails king, Senwosret III, and ends with the golden mask of Tutankhamun. He takes in groundbreaking temples, beautiful tombs and a lost city, where the art of one of the greatest revolutions in Egypt's history emerged from the sands.
1:53 am
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.
2:00 am
Ep. 3 - Garden Parties and Picnics
Michael Buerk is joined by chef Paul Ainsworth to celebrate al fresco dining, cooking food served at royal picnics and garden parties. They set up the barbecue in the grounds of a former royal palace to prepare Gaelic steaks, said to be Prince Philip's signature barbecue dish. Historian Annie Gray heads to Chiswick House in southwest London, the site of some of the earliest royal garden parties, and reveals how Queen Victoria made picnics fashionable.
2:45 am
Behind The Lens: To Make A Farm
Steve Suderman tells us about his motivation behind directing the documentary film, "To Make a Farm".
2:50 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!
2:55 am
Learning Portraits
Learning Portrait: Dan Kunanec
Part of TVO's Learning Portraits series, Dan Kunanec talks about teaching the Green Industries course at Don Mills CI, and how it is a learning experience every day.
3:00 am
Question Period: Monday, July 16, 2018
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
4:05 am
Ep. 17 - Brainstorm
Mike's career hangs in the balance when former racing driver Russell Palmer dies in police custody and he is accused of murder. Nick teams up with Detective Inspector Shiner to investigate and clear his officer's name. But is Mike completely innocent? Meanwhile, Greengrass and Bernie Scripps buy an ex-police car at auction and start a taxi firm.
4:56 am
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.
5:00 am
The Agenda in the Summer: David Crombie; Beekeeping
David Crombie, a former Toronto mayor, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities expanded beyond traditional suburbs in Ontario's past. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks about beekeeping in Ontario.
5:30 am
Ep. 5 - Lifeline
Students have their first encounter with difficult medical conditions- dementia and terminal cancer. While caring for an elderly dementia patient, Gina and Melanie have an argument over Melanie's apparent reporting of a wife abuser. Charlie and Farida have different ideas about how to help a single mom with cancer deal with her kids, and Nancy is suddenly no longer an empty nester.
5:55 am
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.