TV Schedule

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Morning

6:24 am
Ella the Elephant
Ella's Top 100
The 100th day of the school year is coming and Mrs. Briggs has asked all of the children to gather 100 of their favorite things to celebrate the day. Everyone knows exactly what they're going to bring...except Ella. She can't seem to come up with something meaningful. She tries rocks, then seashells, and leaves. Finally, when the big day arrives Ella's projects gets blown away and she has to scramble to get it back and somehow create an even more meaningful collection.
6:37 am
Box Yourself Minis
Silly Space Monster
Øistein makes a silly space monster from a paper cup and some paper plates.
6:40 am
Opie's Home
Opie's Camp In
Opie is excited to go camping, and learns how to not let his fears get in the way of having fun with his family.
6:47 am
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.
6:54 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy and the Squeak
Miffy can't help making embarrassing squeaking noises in class - it turns out her chair is squeaky. Just the thing for making a noise like a mouse for the school song!
7:01 am
Tee & Mo
Camp Out
Tee and Mo decide to have a camp out in the garden, but it seems there is always one more thing from his bedroom that Tee needs to help him fall asleep.
7:09 am
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... a Teapot
Today Henry meets an antique teapot at a car-boot sale. Teapot explains that she used to be part of a beautiful tea set but she was separated from the rest of her family when they were sold to the antique shop. She really wants to have a tea party but she can't have one without the rest of her family. Henry becomes an Antique Dealer and helps search the antique shop to find the rest of the tea set.
7:14 am
GBB: Jolly Reader
O'Spelly's Favourite Meal
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 crew use clues to try and figure out what O'Spelly's favourite meal is. Concentration on word sounds (rhyming), letter recognition, and left to right directionality.
7:18 am
It Matters
It Matters - Three Pack 5
It Matters is an animated series starring a cast of fruits re-enacting bullying stories. The characters are voiced by the real kids who experienced these situations.
7:21 am
Splash and Bubbles
Chompy's New Food
Chompy the Parrotfish decides she doesn't want to eat only algae anymore when she sees Splash and his friends eating a variety of things found in the water column (plankton, etc.) The others have to get Chompy back on her normal eating plan before the reef gets overrun with algae!
7:35 am
Arthur
Locked in the Library/ Arthur Accused!
Arthur and Francine are fighting. But when they both get locked inside the Elwood City Library, they either have to make up, or prepare for a long, dreary, scary, evening. When Buster opens his detective agency, he has no idea his first job will involve Arthur. Is Arthur really a thief?
7:59 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save the Butterflies / Pups Save an Underground Chicken
Chickaletta is stuck on a runaway drone and mysterious butterflies are causing chaos all around Adventure Bay. --- The statue of Chickaletta has been stolen by Mayor Humdinger and is making its way through the Adventure Bay underground tunnel system. The pups need to stop Mayor Humdinger and Return the statue to Town Hall.
8:23 am
Ollie & Moon
Loose Tooth in London
When Ollie's loose tooth refuses to come out, Moon has just the fix!
8:34 am
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Swapping Adventure
Hatty takes Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave to the big Countryside Swap, to swap things they no longer want or need. Hatty explains the golden rule of swapping is 'once it's gone it's gone,' but Dave insists that he's too old for his cuddly blanket and wants to swap it. But as soon as he's made the swap, he regrets the trade and wants it back! Can they trace the chain of swaps back to the new owner and persuade them to swap for something else?
8:46 am
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.
8:58 am
Odd Squad
Olympia's Day / Otis's Day
When a new room opens up in headquarters, all the agents want a piece. --- Getting a villain back to Headquarters proves cumbersome when the tubes are down for maintenance.
9:25 am
Wild Kratts
Attack of the Tree Eating Aliens
The Wild Kratts get an urgent call from a group of North American Wild Kratts kids telling them almost all of the trees in the forest are dying. It's a race against time to solve the mystery and help the forest and the creatures who live there.
9:52 am
Dino Dana
Fast and the Fiercest / Growing Up Dino
When Dana, Saara and Uncle Ravi go go-karting together, Dana observes a Stygimoloch use speed, maneuverability and force to escape a pack of deadly Albertosaurus and uses the Stygimoloch's techniques to find ways to win on the track. --- While Dana tries to figure out how baby Brachiosaurus defend themselves, Saara is dealing with a pimple outbreak on her face, an early sign of growing up.
10:14 am
What's the Big Idea?
Anger
When a cheeky monkey steals Hugo's ice cream, Hugo can't help but feel all hot and bothered ... Is that what you call anger?
10:19 am
Making Stuff
Stickers
Computers, presses, inks and paper run at high speed to turn out stickers and labels. Gears and Wiz see how colours are added step by step to create an image.
10:24 am
I LOVE
Gardening
Marie loves to garden.
10:26 am
Top of the Tops
Top 4 Contact Juggling Optical Illusions
Top 4 Contact Juggling Optical Illusions 4- Two-handed Isolation 3- The Yo-yo Illusion 2- The Floating Ball 1- The Push and Pull Illusion
10:29 am
Look Kool
Measurement
Hamza wants to measure everything about Koolkatt that has changed since he was a teeny-weeny little robot-kitten - but how? It turns out there are a lot of different ways to measure the world around us. To find out more, we'll meet a Viking ship builder, walk the plank in clown shoes, and make our own gooey worms!
10:51 am
I'm a Fish
I'm a Catfish
At the bottom of the river we meet the Catfish who ,with his bony, flat head, is a very successful bottom feeder.
10:54 am
Beats in Bites
Itchy, Scratchy
In this episode, we're scratching with vocal ventriloquism.
11:01 am
It's My Party
Oxi Day
A parade, dancing and a feast are experienced by two kids who are paired up and sent off to discover a day that's all about Greek pride.
11:23 am
Box Yourself Minis
Tiger Box
Øistein makes a tiger from a milk carton.
11:26 am
Giver
Ontario Playground
The Giver kids set out to make a playground that pays homage to Ontario's biggest cities. Here we find a playground structure which is inspired by Parliament Hill under construction and a tire swing designed to look like scaffolding!
11:50 am
Story Explorers
The Adventure of the Friends
Story Explorer Ishrak tells his story: The Adventure of the Friends.
11:53 am
Raven's Quest
Cayda
Cayda is an 11-year-old girl who lives on the Tsuu T'ina Nation reserve near Calgary, Alberta. Cayda is a fantastic hockey player and plays on two different boys' teams. Cayda has a horse Dakota that she rides in the barrel race at the rodeo. Cayda takes us to a rodeo and explains how horses are a big part of her life and her nations' traditions.

Afternoon

12:00 pm
Mystery Files
The Mystery of Knowing the Code
The clues: A napkin with an elaborate logo printed on it, a bamboo sword with lettering on it, a jug. The file label: "Know the Code". The investigation: The kids wonder if Hermione's mystery is about a secret code. If it is, they're ready to crack it! Kyla discovers that the napkin with the logo is from a university faculty club. Hermione was once a member there and she hung out with the club's manager Leanne. Kyla meets Leanne at the club and plays a game of table manners just like Hermione used to play with Leanne. They sit for a fancy meal and Kyla gets points for using good table manners and for spotting when Leanne is doing something impolite. From knowing how to use cutlery correctly, to saying please and thank you, Kyla quickly racks up the points. Her prize? Getting to wash all the dishes! It's the kind of gag Hermione often had in store for Leanne when they played this game. Kyla also finds out that the way you place your cutlery on your plate is kind of like sending a coded message to the waiter about whether you're finished, want more food or are just taking a break. E.B. meets his friend Kei at a dojo. Kei confirms that the lettering on the bamboo sword clue is Japanese. It's a sword used in the martial art Kendo and the lettering is the Japanese character Reigi, which roughly translates to manners. Before meeting the sensei, the master, Kei shows E.B. all the different bows in Japanese culture. Sensei is highly respected so E.B. must do the deepest bow at a 45-degree angle. E.B. gets to try out some Kendo moves and discovers that in Kendo, there are rules to follow like bowing, using the kaia yell when you spar, always being respectful and never bragging. After practice, E.B. and Kei enjoy some Japanese noodles and E.B. finds out that slurping is not considered rude. In Japanese culture, it's a way to tell the chef you're enjoying the food. Kyla discovers that the jug is called a jebena and it comes from Ethiopia. She meets up with her friend Hairmala who invites her to a traditional Ethiopian meal in her home. Kyla finds out that there are rules to follow like removing your shoes when you enter the house, eating with your hands, and participating in a traditional coffee ceremony with coffee made in an Ethiopian jebena.
12:23 pm
Sports Lab
Skateboarding
David is a young skater looking to kick his tricks up a notch. Together with host Nykeem and guest pro Erik, David spends a dynamic day in the park learning about power of thrust and drag.
12:34 pm
Sports Lab
Cricket
Cricket star Darius D'Souza mentors Abraham and Delaine, two friends who share a keen passion for the game. Dr. Heather breaks down Darius' wicked swing bowl, and the kids bring their new knowledge of airflow to the pitch.
12:45 pm
MathXplosion
The Word on Problem Solving
Pay close attention! Mathemagician Eric reveals his trick to problem solving in a mind-bending mathemagical story. It's not magic... it's math!
12:49 pm
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.
1:00 pm
WordGirl
Time-Out with Two-Brains / Dr. Wordgirl-Brains
When Dr. Two-Brains realizes his vault of cheese is going to expire, he decides the only way to save his beloved cheese is to freeze time. WordGirl and Captain Huggyface start to enjoy the extra hours of relaxation, until they find out the city could be frozen forever! Can our dynamic duo put a stop to Dr. Two-Brains and before his pause is permanent? Vocabulary Words: Expire, Pause --- Dr. Two-Brains is up to his old tricks - this time using his Mind-Exchange Ray to take over the Mayor's body and turn the whole city into cheese. When WordGirl tries to destroy the ray, it ends up blasting her and Dr. Two-Brains instead! The superhero and the super villain have switched bodies! Can WordGirl convince the Warden of her true identity and get out of jail before Dr. Two-Brains uses her powers for his evil plans? Vocabulary Words: Exchange, Permanent
1:23 pm
Making Stuff
Croissants
Gears and Wiz visit the best bakery in Montréal to see how flaky croissants are made with French flour and fresh butter.
1:29 pm
Zerby Derby
Splash From the Fast / Dirty Zerby / Puddle Too Deep
After getting hot while playing in the sun, Zack and Rex decide to make a puddle they can splash through to cool off. They try putting water on the ground, but it just runs away. They call Fill the front loader to help them dig a pit to put the water in, but the water dries out in the sun. Zack realizes that they need to make the puddle in the shade so the water won't dry out as fast. --- Walter the wash truck is washing down the Zerbies who are all having fun playing in the mud. When he washes Lily, everywhere he washes keeps getting dirty and muddy again as he washes higher up. He goes to Mika the Mechanic and together they come up with a way to use more water to wash Zerbies. They try it on Zack but he just gets thrown upside-down by the water. They decide another answer must be out there. When they are looking Walter washes some dirt off Zack's roof. That's when he notices it's easier to wash from the top down because the water goes down, taking the dirt with it. --- While exploring Zerby Town Forest, Zack and Rex come across a puddle. But they can't explore the other side of the puddle because it gets too deep for Zack. They try to come up with solutions to make the puddle shallower so Zack can cross to the other side. They try using a large piece of bark, but when Zack gets on top of it, the bark starts to float Zack around. Rex tries to add more dirt to the bottom of the puddle, but the dirt just ends up mixing with the water and going away. Finally they decide to use gravel, which doesn't mix with the water and stays put on the bottom of the puddle. Zack gets across and he and Rex decide to fix all the other deep puddles too!
1:50 pm
Shutterbugs
Lily Pad Racers / Raisin Trouble
The Shutterbugs enter a race around Murky Marsh's pond, but encounter more obstacles than expected. Namely, the fear of getting lost! --- Murky Marsh's Great Grape Festival is about to start, but the grapes have been replaced with shriveled up raisins!
2:13 pm
Doki
Shake a Tail Feather / Mundi's Day Off
It's time for the annual Talent Show, but Gabi can't decide which animal impression to do. When Anabella suggests she dance like a 'Bird of Paradise', Gabi is intrigued. Why would a bird, dance? To find out, and get a video of the rarely-seen dance, the Team flies to New Guinea. The boys vow to get the video first, but get comically lost in the jungle instead. The girls do track down a bird, but when Gabi sees the famous dance, she decides it's far too silly to perform... until Anabella's camera gets stuck in a high nest in a tree. Anabella realizes that they can use what they've learned - that the male bird dances to attract a mate - to distract the bird and recover the camera. --- Mundi often uses her special physical abilities to help her friends. But one day, Fico flings his Frisbee up on a roof, and Mundi feigns an injury to get a break. Fico puts out a call for help from a superhero, and they get a surprising offer to 'borrow' superpowers for the day. How could we have superpowers? They fly off to Germany, to borrow some high-tech 'super' suits. They try using a climbing suit, a jet pack, and a power lifting suit, but none is able to recover the Frisbee. Finally, Mundi (tired of Anabella's overzealous nursing) offers to get it - but Anabella has already found a low-tech solution.
2:35 pm
Doozers
In A Fog
The Pod Squad finds a creative way to guide Professor Gimbal down through the fog when he's stuck up in the air in his blimp.
2:48 pm
Top of the Tops
Top 4 Kid Inventions
Top 4 Inventions created by kids: 4- Water skiing 3- The snow mobile 2- Ear muffs 1- The Trampoline
2:50 pm
Ella the Elephant
Hat Mishap
It's Tiki's big day. She's starring in the school play, Rapunzel, and she's a little nervous. Before the show, Ella and the kids go for a big bike ride around the island to take Tiki's mind off the play. Along the way, Ella loses her hat and she's worried. The kids must retrace their path, find the hat, and get Tiki to the theater on time. They look everywhere with no luck, until... in a strange twist, Tiki knows where the hat is. She figured it out ...but she was so nervous about the play she didn't want to go back to the theatre. Ella helps Tiki with her stage fright and uses her magic hat to get Tiki back the theater just in time!
3:03 pm
Hi Opie!
Baby Teacher
When a baby visits the class, Opie learns that you can learn a lot just by watching someone.
3:10 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Paper Lanterns
Lily thinks she might be getting too old to play her imaginitive games and, for once, doesn't sail to Driftwood Bay. She stays with Dad who tells Lily all about his childhood and about how he has never lost the love of playing! Lily is amazed to learn that, when he was a boy, Dad would sail to his own island across the way!
3:19 pm
Zou
Zou the Repair Man
Uncle Zavier's car breaks down outside Zou's house. Watching Grandpa and Dad repair the car gives Zou an idea. He's going to be a repairman. He repairs lots of things around the house but he needs Grandpa's help. Grandpa explains to Zou that repairmen need to work as a team sometimes!
3:30 pm
Zou
Zou the Musician
After his piano lesson with Nanna, Zou discovers that other members of his family have musical talents too. He tries out Grandpa's old trombone, Dad's guitar and Mum's tambourine. He likes them all but can't decide which one is his favourite - so he decides to play them all at once.
3:42 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... a Caterpillar
Today Henry meets a jolly Caterpillar who loves munching everything. Caterpillar was so busy eating leaves he now can't find his family. Henry offers to shrink down to bug size and help find them. Caterpillar's Mom appears and tells caterpillar to get to bed as his brother and has already changed into a chrysalis. Soon after Henry sees all the caterpillars emerge as beautiful butterflies.
3:47 pm
Floogals
Project Pencil
The Floogals find a pencil, our three adventurers accidentally erase part of Dad Hooman's drawing with the rubber part of the pencil. Now they must redraw what they've wiped away before he notices.
3:59 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Get Growing / Pups Save a Space Toy
When too much super fertilizer gets sprayed on Farmer Yumi's crops, giant veggies shoot up and cause havoc on the farm. The garden sprouts humongous tomatoes that go rolling through Adventure Bay. It's up to Ryder and the Paw Patrol to corral the stampeding produce before someone gets squashed! --- When Marshall finds an unusual toy dropped from space, the Paw Patrol realize they need to return it to its rightful owner - their space alien pal. But the only way to communicate with their far-out friend is by making a massive drawing in Farmer Al's crops. The aliens are thrilled to see it and beam their toy back up - trouble is, they take Marshall with them, too!
4:22 pm
Zerby Derby
Strut Gets Stuck
Strut his happily digging a hole around himself when he realizes that he's dug down too deep to get back out. Zack, Rex and the other construction Zerbies try, try again to help Strut get out of the hole, but the problem is, when a Zerby needs lifting up, it's usually Strut who they call. What do they do when it's Strut that needs the lift? First, Fill the Front Loader tries pouring dirt down into the hole so Strut can make a ramp, but there isn't enough room for Strut to get out of the way and the dirt ends up on his roof. Next, Sandy the bulldozer tries to pull Strut out, but she can only pull him sideways against the edge of the hole. Finally, Zack notices a tree branch above Strut. Throwing his hook over the branch, Strut is able to pull himself up and out of the hole.
4:29 pm
Arthur
Arthur Goes to Camp/ Buster Makes the Grade
Arthur and his friends go to summer camp, where it's strictly boys vs. girls. Buster Baxter: class clown, the life of the party, everyone's favourite jokester. Unfortunately, though, Buster's grades aren't as good as his jokes. How can he possibly get a B on the final test when he's allergic to studying?
4:54 pm
Dino Dan
Dino-Go-Seek / Dino Giants
During an indoor game of hide and seek with his friends and Grandma, Trek discovers that Microraptors use their natural abilities to hide with the best of them! --- When Trek gets a guided tour of the Royal Ontario Museum from Dr. David Evans, he enlists the paleontologist's help to figure out who would win in a stand off, the Giganotosaurus or the T-rex?
5:16 pm
Odd Squad
There might be Dragons / Dawn of the Read
When the power goes out in headquarters, Odd Squad must figure out a way to control the temperature of two dragon eggs which will hatch if they get too hot or too cold. --- The Odd Squad takes on a real page-turner of a case at the local library, where books are mysteriously coming to life.
5:42 pm
Wild Kratts
Rattlesnake Crystal
After the Tortuga crash lands in the Sonoran Desert, Koki discovers that the Tellurium crystals have run out of power and they need a new supply. Martin and Chris volunteer to go out in the desert to find this important source of energy and discover more than they were expecting!
6:09 pm
When I Grow Up!
Cosmetic Chemist / Urban Farmer
Mikaela's career quest brings her to Sharon, a cosmetic chemist who creates new kinds of make-up. Together they create Mikaela's very own purple lipstick. --- The city is fertile ground for Mikaela's introduction to urban farming. At an indoor facility, farmer Jonah shows her how to sow the seeds for this developing career.
6:31 pm
Making Stuff
Tools & Dies for toys
Heavy steel dies are used to produce plastic parts in an injection mould. From the 3-D computer model to the factory floor, Gears and Wiz marvel at the precision needed to make the moulds for all the toy parts.
6:36 pm
Musical Moments
Musical Moments: Sunscreen
Melissa and Daniel sing about using sunscreen.
6:38 pm
It Matters
It Matters (Long Version 1)
It Matters is an animated series starring a cast of fruits re-enacting bullying stories. The characters are voiced by the real kids who experienced these situations.
6:42 pm
Jack
Night Light Fright!
Jack's well-intentioned attempt to create an Aurora Borealis for the kids causes Chip to spin out of control-and begins to freak out everyone in the neighborhood! Science Question: What is an Aurora Borealis and what causes it?
6:53 pm
The Space
Street Wise - Don't Cross on a Yellow Light
Fred and Nina miss the walk signal and start to cross on a yellow light. They learn it's much safer to wait for the next walk signal.

Evening

7:00 pm
Earth: A New Wild - Home
In Bangladesh, every week on average, someone is killed by a tiger. Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan surveys tiger territory with scientists who are trying to find out why these tigers are more aggressive than elsewhere. But in the strangest twist Sanjayan also discovers that fear of tigers is actually protecting the mangrove forests which provide much of the country with shelter from storms and cyclones. Man eating tigers are protecting a nation of millions.
7:46 pm
Behind The Lens (Life After Digital)
Filmmaker Marc de Guerre talks about his film "Life After Digital". The film is a look at the impact of the World Wide Web 20 years after its introduction to society.
7:49 pm
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.
7:53 pm
Big Ideas for Big Box Stores
What happens when big box stores such as Sears and Target close up shop? Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks about a recent trip to Hamilton where locals are filling the void.
8:00 pm
Ep. 2 - East Cape
The East Cape of New Zealand is a spectacular coast blessed with stunning beauty. Lonely shores are strewn with driftwood, and beautiful sandy bays lure just a handful of visitors. It is a region of firsts, being the first place in the world to see the sun rise. But behind the picture-postcard scenery lies a deadly and dramatic past.
8:48 pm
Main Street Ontario: Picton
Many childhood memories were made at the Regent Theatre, which opened as an opera house in 1918. Although the theatre has undergone many changes over the years, the community has rallied to keep its doors open in downtown Picton.
8:53 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: The elders' perspective
Indigenous communities who have fished, hunted, and lived in Ontario's north for generations have a unique understanding of how their environment is changing. Elders pass down environmental knowledge that simply doesn't exist anywhere else. The government and researchers are starting to recognize the value of what elders know and are launching projects to gather traditional knowledge.
9:00 pm
Ep. 1 - House of Saud
Saudi Arabia stands at a crossroads facing unprecedented change. Many challenges face the new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who has pledged to transform the kingdom. The first episode examines the new leader's dramatic commitment to end extremism and to return the country to moderate Islam. It also traces the impact that huge amounts of Saudi cash and weapons have had around the world.
9:52 pm
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.
10:00 pm
Ep. 2 - House of Saud
In an unprecedented crackdown on corruption, hundreds of the richest people in Saudi Arabia, including 11 members of the royal family, were detained in a luxurious five-star hotel. This opened the door on a secret world of kickbacks and bribes, which have embroiled many foreign governments and leading companies. But some wonder whether the mass detentions are less about ending corruption and more about the crown prince removing any resistance to his succession to the throne.
10:53 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Data rescue
When the Donald Trump administration took over, Canadians sprang into action to save valuable climate change data. Fuelled by experience under the Conservative Party of Canada, science historian Matt Price knew they had to act quickly. We look at the University of Toronto's data archiving mission and what data means for our understanding of climate change.
11:00 pm
Ep. 3 - House of Saud
Rulers of the modern kingdom of Saudi Arabia for nearly a century, the House of Saud is facing a moment of unprecedented instability. This episode looks at how the family stays in power. It features interviews with people who have worked for Saudi princes whose wealth allowed lives of privilege and pleasure out of the spotlight. But the growth of social media provides increasing insight into the rulers' behaviour - and their transgressions.
11:54 pm
Main Street Ontario: Kingston
If you're looking for a specific record, you'll probably find it at Brian's Record Option in Kingston - but you'll need his help. Thousands of records are piled up in every corner of his downtown shop, but somehow he always knows where everything is.

Late Night

12:00 am
Earth: A New Wild - Home
In Bangladesh, every week on average, someone is killed by a tiger. Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan surveys tiger territory with scientists who are trying to find out why these tigers are more aggressive than elsewhere. But in the strangest twist Sanjayan also discovers that fear of tigers is actually protecting the mangrove forests which provide much of the country with shelter from storms and cyclones. Man eating tigers are protecting a nation of millions.
12:46 am
Climate Watch Shorts: The changing hunt
Wolves are survivors, but climate change is affecting the prey available to them and the way they hunt. Shorter, warmer winters mean there's less ice for the wolves to cross to hunt beavers. Populations in Ontario remain strong, but climate change is altering their way of life.
12:49 am
Big tips for short docs: How to use slow motion
Filmmaker Lewis Gordon used slow motion in his winning entry to TVO's 2017 Short Doc Contest. His short documentary, "More Than a Refugee", explores what wrestling means to his main character, Mohammed, who has fled Syria with his family. Gordon shares best practices for using slow motion in short documentaries.
12:53 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.
1:00 am
Ep. 2 - East Cape
The East Cape of New Zealand is a spectacular coast blessed with stunning beauty. Lonely shores are strewn with driftwood, and beautiful sandy bays lure just a handful of visitors. It is a region of firsts, being the first place in the world to see the sun rise. But behind the picture-postcard scenery lies a deadly and dramatic past.
1:46 am
Flawed
From Andrea Dorfman's vivid imagination, "Flawed" is a charming little film about very big ideas. Tracing her encounter with a potential romantic partner, Dorfman questions her attraction and the uneasy possibility of love, but ultimately, whether a girl can accept herself, imperfections and all.
2:00 am
Ep. 1 - House of Saud
Saudi Arabia stands at a crossroads facing unprecedented change. Many challenges face the new crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who has pledged to transform the kingdom. The first episode examines the new leader's dramatic commitment to end extremism and to return the country to moderate Islam. It also traces the impact that huge amounts of Saudi cash and weapons have had around the world.
2:52 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
Ep. 2 - House of Saud
In an unprecedented crackdown on corruption, hundreds of the richest people in Saudi Arabia, including 11 members of the royal family, were detained in a luxurious five-star hotel. This opened the door on a secret world of kickbacks and bribes, which have embroiled many foreign governments and leading companies. But some wonder whether the mass detentions are less about ending corruption and more about the crown prince removing any resistance to his succession to the throne.
3:53 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Preparing for the storms to come
Shorter, more intense storms mean more runoff. The infrastructure to handle that - sewage pipes, treatment plants and holding ponds - is being improved, but will it be enough to cope with the effects of climate change?
4:00 am
Ep. 3 - House of Saud
Rulers of the modern kingdom of Saudi Arabia for nearly a century, the House of Saud is facing a moment of unprecedented instability. This episode looks at how the family stays in power. It features interviews with people who have worked for Saudi princes whose wealth allowed lives of privilege and pleasure out of the spotlight. But the growth of social media provides increasing insight into the rulers' behaviour - and their transgressions.
4:54 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.
5:00 am
Gastroblast
Stuffed Baked Potatoes / Tzatziki
Not all potatoes are the same, as Link discovers. In fact, some potatoes are better suited for boiling and potato salads, while other varieties are the right choice for Stuffed Baked Potatoes. Whatever the method of cooking, Link discovers it's always a good idea to prick a few holes in the potato, lest he get an Exploding Potato Situation! --- Link has a great recipe for Tzatziki, a Greek-style dip containing yogurt and cucumbers. When he discovers that he doesn't have enough yogurt, Link makes lemonade out of lemons -- or rather, yogurt out of milk -- using the remaining yogurt that is in the carton as his active culture. In order to wipe out unfriendly bacteria, Link demonstrates some sterilizing techniques.
5:23 am
Making Stuff
Plastic Trucks
Gears and Wiz encounter a crazy octopus-like machine with many hoses that feeds an army of plastic injection moulders in the toy factory. Plastic pellets are shaped into all the parts to make toys that look just like the real thing.
5:28 am
Monkey See Monkey Do
Hedgehog
Monkey wants to help sew the hole in Parrot's hammock but needs a needle, like the ones on Hedgehog's back!
5:39 am
Monkey See Monkey Do
Bald Eagle
Playing with a paper plane, Monkey meets the best glider of all Bald Eagle.
5:51 am
Pop It!
Everybody Report to the Dance Floor.
Lamar, Briana, Shemar and friends get popping to the original song, "Number One". Then it's time for all the girls and all the boys to report to the dance floor as Lamar shows us how to do Today's Moves from the opening routine in the music video.