Thursday, March 14, 2019

Morning

6:02 AM
Ella the Elephant
When the museum's priceless treasure goes missing, it's up to Ella, Frankie, Belinda and Tiki to save the day.
6:15 AM
Doki
When Fico's messiness causes friction at the clubhouse, Gabi suggests they build a wall around his space. But could a big wall really stop the fighting? To find out, Doki, Mundi and Anabella fly to The Great Wall of China and join a restoration crew, while Fico, Gabi and Oto become wall-builders back home. Doki's group learns how the wall was made, and how it worked to stop invaders. Back home, the Great Wall of Fico takes shape, and it does temporarily stop the fighting - but the friends soon miss each other. In the end, they tear down their not-so-great-wall, and compromise instead. --- When Anabella accidentally volunteers the team to make 100 cupcakes for a festival, they all pitch in to help bake - but still end up in a mess. How can we make a lot of cupcakes fast, and without getting in each other's way? To find out, Doki leads a team to visit a toy factory in Germany where they see how an assembly line can help to make a lot of identical items in a short period of time. But when they try this method themselves - one team making toys, and the other cupcakes - they quickly learn that you need to fully understand the process before you start!
6:37 AM
Opie's Home
When Opie's kite gets ripped, Opie has to learn how to handle his very powerful feelings and discovers that nothing stays perfect forever.
6:45 AM
Now You Know
Howie and Baboo visit a police college where Officer Sandy introduces them to a classroom of police students, then off to the gym where Officer Vijay is training more students, and finally outside for a ride in a police car!
6:52 AM
Zerby Derby
Zack and Rex are having fun playing on Zerby Town Ridge. But the one thing that the ridge doesn't have is a big mud puddle. Zack and Rex decide to make one. They get some dirt and they get some water and put them together in a hole. But no matter how much they mix them together, it just doesn't make mud. They decided to add more dirt. No good. They call Walter the wash truck over to add even more water. Still no mud. They are confused. They go off looking for answers and find out from Fill the front loader that they were using sand, not dirt. They realize sand and dirt are very different. Dirt and water make mud, but sand and water make... sand castles!
6:59 AM
Odd Squad
It's villain report card day at Odd Squad. Curriculum: Word problems involving addition and numerical relations; Using a number line
7:15 AM
Paw Patrol
When Mayor Goodway holds a grand opening for a new Ferris Wheel, Mayor Humdinger and his evil kittens have other ideas, managing to steal it from its stand and trying to roll it all the way to Foggy Bottom. When it insists on going the wrong way, it ends up cutting a wild path of destruction right through town. Plus, Mayor Humdinger is onboard and trying not to panic as it rolls in haphazard directions. When Marshall and Chase get stuck on the Wheel, too, it's up to Ryder and the rest of the Pups to try to stop its chaotic ride and get it back where it belongs.
7:27 AM
I LOVE
Booker loves to draw cartoons.
7:29 AM
Wild Kratts
Aboard Aviva's newly designed Deep Sea Explorer, the Wild Kratts team ventures to the last creature frontier -the Deep Sea. The challenges of the deep are many, and when ultimately they are forced to make a decision, the Wild Kratts must decide what is truly important.
7:57 AM
Bitz and Bob
Everyone's excited about competing in Snowy Sports Day: competing are Bitz, Queen of Speed, Bevel the Blaze, Pacey Purl, Robo-Blast Bob, Pop the Snow Pro and Zip, the One Throw Wonder. Pacey Purl really wants to win to finally get her face on the champion's cup! But to know who's won, they need to find a way of keeping track of the scores. Counting on fingers, but they're too wiggly. Snowballs but too much fun to play with. Bitz has a brainwave - Purl's different coloured beads!
8:08 AM
You Can Do It Too
Strrrrike! We're bowling today and every time the children knock down a skittle they win a point! But how will they keep score? Join Bitz, Bob and the children as they engineer their own colourful scoring systems from clear jars and mini pom poms.
8:12 AM
16 Hudson
When Lili and Sam are tasked with an assignment on friendship, it nearly tears them apart in the unlikeliest of places.
8:20 AM
What's the Big Idea?
Hugo always has to wait... for his toast to toast, for his little sister to get ready, for the bus to come... and some things can take a loooong time, which means he has to be really patient!
8:25 AM
Numberblocks
The Numberblocks present their very own, very numbery version of the classic tale The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Square. Learn about adding ones and simple counting with the number friends.
8:30 AM
Splash and Bubbles
Dunk has spent a long time on his latest beautiful art project and asks Splash, Bubbles, and Ripple to watch over it, which they promise to do. When the tide comes in, they try their best to protect it, only to learn Dunk knew that would happen eventually anyway.
8:43 AM
Space Racers
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...
8:55 AM
Can You Imagine That!
Logan imagines what it would be like to be a baker. She would have her own bake- shop where she would make cakes and cupcakes. She makes special carrot cakes for bunnies and takes a cupcake order for a mermaid party. Logan even delivers her cupcakes to the Mermaids!
9:00 AM
Paw Patrol
The PAW Patrol pups are playing at the beach when they discover - SEA TURTLE HATCHLINGS! - Only problem is the turtles have no way to cross the road and get to the water. While Ryder and the pups close off the road, Rubble digs a tunnel so the turtles have a safe route to the bay. --- A baby whale has beached itself in Adventure Bay and Ryder and PAW Patrol race to the rescue. Meanwhile the little whales Mother is headed to shore looking for her baby. With the help of the PAW Patrol the baby whale makes it to the water's edge and swims out to his Mom. Good job Paw Patrol!
9:24 AM
Shutterbugs
Harvey get's slimed by a local bug, and believes he's acquired super bug powers!
9:36 AM
Rob the Robot
Rob and friends travel to the Go-Cart Planet to learn about road safety.
9:49 AM
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
It's Super-Tweet to the rescue to save some friends in need! But by the time Tweet's sung her super chant and performed her special dance to make her feel 'super' enough, her helpers Ruff-Ruff and Dave have already saved the day! It's only when Tweet stops worrying and flies to the rescue of Littlest Bunny that she gets to show just how Super she really is!
10:00 AM
Bamboo Love
Rising early to play, Bamboo Love is so fascinated with her blocks that she forgets to eat breakfast. When her tummy rumbles so much it shakes up her block creation she knows she must take time to eat some healthy food to keep her going.
10:03 AM
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Miffy has fun chasing a butterfly from place to place, from on top of a flower to on top of Daddy's head! When she loses it, she finds a way to find it again - and all of the butterfly's friends too.
10:10 AM
Tee & Mo
Mo is eager to get a new picture of Tee for her wall, but Tee is more interested in pictures of bugs than posing for the camera himself. Is there any way to do both?
10:17 AM
Bing
Bing is at Amma's nursery when a butterfly flies in and lands on Sula's painting. Bing tries to help the butterfly go back outside by picking it up but he holds it too tightly and the poor butterfly is squished. Flop and Amma help the sad children say goodbye to the dead butterfly.
10:25 AM
Are You Ready?
Our friend shows us how he makes his own pizzas.
10:27 AM
Yeti Tales
Yetili reads the mice a Christmas story.
10:35 AM
Zou
Zou and his family have been planning a trip to the seaside - but as they are about to leave, it starts to rain. And rain. And rain and rain and rain. Zou is very disappointed- until he tries to have all the fun they might have had at the beach inside the house instead. And when eventually it does stop raining and Elzee comes round to ask Zou out to play, he's having almost too much fun to join her.
10:47 AM
Zou
When Zou accuses Poc of breaking a model plane that he just built (a few feathers are found amongst the wreckage) Poc is rather hurt. And even more so as, when Grandma explains that it was her doing; she knocked it down from its perch with her feather duster. Zou doesn't realise that he has hurt his feathered friend's feelings, but when at last he does - and he says sorry - all is well between the two once again.
10:59 AM
Opie's Home
Opie pretends to be sick so he can find out what goes on at home while he's at school, but he soon discovers that telling a fib can cause more trouble than he bargained for.
11:08 AM
Zerby Derby
Zack finds Lily and Axle covered in mud and each missing a tire. There's definitely a story behind what happened, if only Lily and Axle can get it in the right order... --- Strut has constructed a tower out of sticks. Zack and Lily agree to help him move it, but if they make a mistake it will fall and break. Usually Zerbies try the first idea and just try, try again if it doesn't work. But this time they have to get it right on the first try. --- Flynn is a float plane. He has floats. But the new Zerby Town Airport has a runway for him to land on, and there are wheels he can use. But how does he land and put on wheels if he can only land on water with his floats? Zack and Rex help Flynn figure it out.
11:29 AM
Lejo
Lejo wants to play his djembe, when suddenly water starts dripping from the ceiling.
11:32 AM
Now You Know
Howie and Baboo visit Team Canada wheelchair basketball player Jamey Jewells at the gym where they learn how to use a wheelchair and discover everything they can do, like play tennis, ski, and shoot hoops!
11:39 AM
Dino Dan
It's Friendship Day and Trek discovers an Amargasaurus showing off for another Amargasaurus. Trek wants to figure out what they' re doing. With the help of his friends, Trek figures out that the boy dino is trying to impress a girl dino.
11:50 AM
Splash and Bubbles
While playing, Splash senses something is wrong and quickly swims out of Dunk's way as he, comes in for a hard landing. The strange thing is that Splash wasn't even looking in Dunk's direction, so how did he know he was coming? Convinced that he has some sort of superpower, the kids begin testing Splash's limits in a series of sneak attacks, which never work. Gush soon explains that Splash isn't a superhero, but simply has a lateral line sense, which is common for fish.

Afternoon

12:02 PM
Lejo
Lejo has to choose between playing his horn or a harmonica. He comes up with a smart solution.
12:05 PM
Paw Patrol
Cap'n Turbot's boat has crashed into a rock. Ryder and the PAW Patrol leap into action. As Ryder and Zuma tow the boat to safety, Rocky and Skye team up to patch it. Everyone stays high and dry - except Rocky!!
12:18 PM
Abby Hatcher
Princess Flug feels left out when she's the only one who doesn't want to play outside and get dirty.
12:30 PM
Shutterbugs
The Shutterbugs are sent to report on an odd story; Mayor Carla is wandering around, walking and talking like a zombie! --- During a web-art festival, Flick can't turn off his glow ...and he's alarming all the local spiders!
12:53 PM
Top of the Tops
Top 5 Mega-Dangerous Volcanoes 5- The Bardabunga 4- Mount Sinabung 3- The Galeras 2- The Caldera 1- Mount Sakurajima
12:56 PM
MathXplosion
How many combinations can you get from 6 shirts and 4 pairs of pants? Determine the number of different outfits using mathemagical powers of the multiplicative principle. It's not magic... it's math!
1:00 PM
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave search for eight different sounding bells to help Dave 'ring' and 'sing' his special friendship song: "Dave's best friends are Ruff-Ruff and Tweet. Bananas are yummy to eat!" They listen carefully to the sounds of big and small bells and work out the correct order to play them in to match the rising and falling scale of Dave's song.
1:11 PM
Mr. Moon
Bump is very worried because Bea refuses to speak and Mr Moon's investigation follows many paths before he realizes that Bea ate too much honey at once and her mouth is stuck.
1:24 PM
Bing
Bing wants to draw a big picture so Flop finds him some chalk to draw on the pavement. Bing draws a fabulous stripy, spotty, zig-zag dinosaur but just as he's finished a rain shower washes the dinosaur away. Bing is devastated until he sees that a bit of dinosaur is left behind and with that new beginning there is another chalk something waiting to be created.
1:32 PM
Zou
When Zou decides to hold a garage sale, he puts a lot of his old toys on display. But when his friends arrive and take a liking to his old possessions, Zou finds that he's not quite as keen to part with them as first he thought.
1:44 PM
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
When a storm breaks out as they're playing at Miffy's house, Miffy discovers that Grunty is scared of thunder. Can she convince her friend there's nothing to be scared of?
1:51 PM
Bamboo Love
Opening a toy box Bamboo Love is determined to play with the toy that is the most flashy, but none of them are fun for long. When she accidentally kicks a ball, and it comes bouncing back she discovers the pure joy of a simple toy.
1:54 PM
The Day Henry Met...
Henry meets a friendly old Racing Car. Henry learns about engines and finds out that Racing Car has never actually finished a race. Henry becomes a Racing Driver for the day, he races around the track, meets a breakdown truck and even manages to help Race Car finish his first race.
2:00 PM
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Lord Stag decides to publish Driftwood Bay's very own newspaper. With Lily's help, Bull is determined to find a big front page story, but the perfect scoop proves elusive... until Bull discovers that he has been making the news without realising!
2:07 PM
Rob the Robot
Having just received his Finders' Badge, Rob decides to help the crew aquire their own badges on the Scout Planet. Unfortunately Rob gets a little carried away, and in the end, needs the crew to help find him!
2:19 PM
Zerby Derby
Axle, Rex and Sandy the Bulldozer decide to build a jump. They usually have Fill the Front-loader's help, but since Fill is busy helping Strut, they decide to do it without him. The problem is, when they build it the dirt that makes the jump seems to be too soft for Axle to drive on. They try changing the shape of the jump, but that doesn't help. When they drive away looking for answers, Zack comes along the jump and drives over it several times. When they get back they see tire tracks on the jump and realize it works better than it did before. Fill finally joins them and they find out that he always packs down the dirt as the last step in making a jump. That's why it worked better after Zack had driven on it.
2:27 PM
Are You Ready?
Our friend empties the garbage bins in the house for collection on garbage day.
2:29 PM
Hi Opie!
Opie's Grade 3 reading buddy, Grayson, helps Opie learn to read by giving him an "awesome" book.
2:37 PM
Mister Maker
Mister Maker shows you how to make a brilliant bubble wrap picture, a straw powered rocket and crazy carnival shakers. Guess the answer to the shape puzzle, and watch 'The Mister Maker Kid's' build an enormous ladybug.
2:56 PM
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave report all the big stories in the Jungle for the 'Daily Banana' newspaper. Hatty helps them ask all the right questions, so their reports include everything their readers need to know about Larry the Leopard's amazing rescue, a Parrot's first ever 'loop-the-loop' and Bobby the Monkey's record-breaking weight lifting victory!
3:07 PM
Space Racers
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
When Chase crosses the ocean to the city of Barkingburg for special guard duty of the Royal Crown, he gets more than he barked for! Sweetie, the spoiled royal pup, steals the crown and plans to use it to crown herself Queen. When Chase discovers her plan, Sweetie locks him in her secret doggie dungeon. With Chase no longer on the case, there's nothing to stop Sweetie's plan. Except for the rest of the paw patrol! Receiving a distress call from Chase, Ryder mobilizes the team. Ryder calls it a "Mission Paw" to save their pup pal, extraordinary action and extraordinary tools are called for. The team boards the Air Patroller and jet to Barkingburg. But Sweetie's ready for them, she leads the team on a wild pup chase throughout the castle delaying them from finding Chase and the Royal Crown. If the team can't retrieve the Royal Crown and rescue their pup pal, Sweetie will become the bad queen pup of Barkingburg.
3:44 PM
Ollie & Moon
On a Costa Rican Cloud Forest adventure, impatient Moon wants their new slow sloth friend to speed up, but it turns out that letting someone be who they are brings rewards of its own.
3:57 PM
What's the Big Idea?
There is always someone telling Hugo what to do, but most of the time it's for his own good. However, sometimes someone might tell you the wrong thing to do, like his friend the naughty monkey!
4:02 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Phil builds a maxxed out Rube Goldberg machine and learns a lot about different kinds of forces. Gravity, potential energy, kinetic energy, chemical, electrical - you name the force, we've got it in this episode!
4:25 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
How do you max out a dome made of gumdrops and toothpicks? Well, how about trying to build one with oranges? Still not good enough? How about watermelon!? Phil also gets the record in maxxed-out cup stacking, builds a cube of pencils and a self-supporting bridge.
4:48 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Air is a fluid, just like water. That means you can surf it if you make a tumblewing. Phil explores lots of different methods of flight all while maxxing out the tumblewing.
4:49 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Air is a fluid, just like water. That means you can surf it if you make a tumblewing. Phil explores lots of different methods of flight all while maxxing out the tumblewing.
5:12 PM
Tumbletown Reads
Tumbleweed begins a new series of adventures as a journalist for the Tumble Town Gazette, learning to make his way around books and language. in this episode TW learns about descriptive words.
5:16 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Slime is made of polymers, which are long chains of molecules that explain how many things are made. From plastics, to fabrics to our own DNA, polymers are everywhere. And we have a lot of them contained in a maxxed out tub of slime.
5:39 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
When antacid tablets mix with water, you get a chemical reaction. Phil harnesses this to make several variations on rockets! Plus, why acids and bases react, and how to use chemistry to make light, instant crystals, or pop balloons.
6:02 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Phil tries to max out a boat that propels itself using nothing but water and gravity. We pour over water specifically and fluids in general. Heavy air, fluid sand, Archimedes and the metric system - this episode overflows with science!
6:04 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Phil tries to max out a boat that propels itself using nothing but water and gravity. We pour over water specifically and fluids in general. Heavy air, fluid sand, Archimedes and the metric system - this episode overflows with science!
6:27 PM
Princess P Party Planner
Princess P applies her proportional reasoning skills to the world of party planning in this exciting math series. In this episode she uses a timeline to schedule a music festival
6:30 PM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Starting with a small, syringe-powered hydraulic arm, Phil maxxes things out by learning how to use the mechanical advantage of hydraulics to crush stuff!!! Plus filtering water, the Archimedes screw, hydro dipping and more!

Evening

7:00 PM
An international team of scientists, cavers and wildlife filmmakers explores one of the last great unspoilt jungle wildernesses on Earth. Based at the foot of Mount Bosavi, a giant extinct volcano covered in thick and largely unexplored rainforest, the team search for the animals that live there with the help of trackers from a remote tribe. Finds include the nest of the world's smallest parrot, a talking beetle, and types of frog, gecko and bat that are completely new to science.
7:54 PM
Cobalt was the site of a historic silver rush. So why is the northeastern Ontario town named after another metal that, until recently, wasn't considered all that valuable?
8:00 PM
The Agenda looks at what can be done to put an end to anti-vax propaganda. Then, examining a new interim pharmacare report and what a national drug plan could look like for Canadians.
9:00 PM
Vancouver NDP MP Jenny Kwan and Toronto Liberal MP Gary Anandasangaree examine whether the promise of acceptance and opportunities are equal for everyone who arrives in Canada, no matter their origin. Viewer discretion is advised.
9:30 PM
Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue crew remove parasites from a red tailed hawk and rescue an injured squirrel from an urban park.
10:00 PM
The team of inventors must come up with solutions for three different problems. They attempt to help a terminally ill photographer who can no longer use his hands to operate a camera. They try to bring cutting-edge communication to a remote Welsh village that has no internet access and an unreliable telephone connection. And they work to give some control back to a young designer who has Parkinson's disease and who has been unable to use a pen since developing tremors in her hands two years ago.
11:00 PM
The Agenda looks at what can be done to put an end to anti-vax propaganda. Then, examining a new interim pharmacare report and what a national drug plan could look like for Canadians.

Late Night

12:00 AM
Vancouver NDP MP Jenny Kwan and Toronto Liberal MP Gary Anandasangaree examine whether the promise of acceptance and opportunities are equal for everyone who arrives in Canada, no matter their origin. Viewer discretion is advised.
12:30 AM
Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue crew remove parasites from a red tailed hawk and rescue an injured squirrel from an urban park.
12:56 AM
The changing climate has affected ski hills in Ontario and elsewhere. At Blue Mountain, they've had to make more snow artificially and have invested heavily in equipment to do so in order to compensate for fewer cold, snowy days. They've also expanded their summer offerings on the mountain. We look at how climate change is reshaping an essential part of Canadian winters.
1:00 AM
The team of inventors must come up with solutions for three different problems. They attempt to help a terminally ill photographer who can no longer use his hands to operate a camera. They try to bring cutting-edge communication to a remote Welsh village that has no internet access and an unreliable telephone connection. And they work to give some control back to a young designer who has Parkinson's disease and who has been unable to use a pen since developing tremors in her hands two years ago.
2:00 AM
An international team of scientists, cavers and wildlife filmmakers explores one of the last great unspoilt jungle wildernesses on Earth. Based at the foot of Mount Bosavi, a giant extinct volcano covered in thick and largely unexplored rainforest, the team search for the animals that live there with the help of trackers from a remote tribe. Finds include the nest of the world's smallest parrot, a talking beetle, and types of frog, gecko and bat that are completely new to science.
2:53 AM
Fish in Ontario's lakes and rivers are changing with the climate. Warm water fish like smallmouth bass are seeing conditions shift in their favour, while cold water fish like lake trout face temperatures in which they cannot survive. A warming shift of just 1C could dramatically change the fisheries in Ontario.
3:00 AM
How is caffeine removed from coffee? What puts the chew into chewing gum? How are the calories counted in diet bread?
3:24 AM
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.
3:30 AM
Can hot chilies injure you? What's the difference between outdoor-bred and outdoor-reared pork? And what's bugging Jimmy Doherty about red food dye?
3:54 AM
New discoveries from Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, located in Niagara, helps farmers deal with the changing climate. With longer, hotter summers come more frequent droughts and new kinds of pests. We look at how Vineland is helping farmers handle the changing climate.
4:00 AM
Does a happy chicken lay a tastier egg? How do supermarkets get avocados ripe and ready? And why does one type of balsamic vinegar cost 100 times more than another?
4:24 AM
Lake Simcoe is one of the province's largest and climate change is profoundly affecting its waters. Road runoff from storms is increasing the level of salt in the lake, threatening freshwater organisms. Water temperatures are warming, squeezing out cold-water fish. We join the Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority aboard its research vessel Hexagenia to see the changes firsthand.
4:30 AM
Are fresh sardines better for us than tinned sardines? How much is known about the ducks we consume? And when it comes to pasta, is fresh best?
4:55 AM
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.
5:00 AM
The Agenda looks at what can be done to put an end to anti-vax propaganda. Then, examining a new interim pharmacare report and what a national drug plan could look like for Canadians.