Sunday, October 17, 2021

Morning

6:00 AM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
The Bears demonstrate an understanding of the natural world and the need to care for and respect the environment. Boomer discovers that the best way to befriend a little toad is to make sure he doesn't startle it by disturbing its habitat. BOOK: "A Perfect Day" A bear is having a perfect day as he ambles about the yard. But it is not a perfect day for all the animals whose habitat the bear is disturbing. --- Scout and his friends help a baby duckling settle down for a nap by figuring out calm activities to help him and a routine. BOOK: "Sweet Dreams, Pout-Pout Fish" Pout-Pout Fish follows his bedtime routine to help him go to sleep for the night.
6:21 AM
Splash and Bubbles - Kindergarten
Bubbles learns that every drop of ocean water is full of life, and decides to take in a nanoplankton friend who is invisible to everyone, including her.
6:34 AM
Pins and Nettie
Pins and Nettie have been invited by the other neighbourhood hedgies to play kickball but that aren't sure they want to. They've never played before and what if they aren't any good at it? Lesson: you can find your own way to participate in games
6:41 AM
Tumbletown Reads
Tumbleweed finds some stories a challenge to read. His friend tells him to picture the story like a movie in his mind.
6:45 AM
Can You Imagine That! - K-2 Social Studies
Astrid imagines what it would be like to be an astronomer. Astrid would work at night, when all the stars come out, in an observatory with a giant telescope. She would look through the telescope and study the planets and stars. The best part of being an astronomer is finding a new comet in the sky and telling people when the best night would be to see it.
6:50 AM
Big Words, Small Stories
Davey and Abigail are enjoying peace when they hear a cacophony of cockatiels. They're the Colossus Cockatiel Choir and rehearse every day. Davey and his family hit pots and pans in front of the birds to make them go away, but they start bopping, thinking they're playing drums. Next, they get Judy to dress up as a cat and scare them, but that doesn't work. Abigail tries to make a deal with the birds, but it's no use, they'll rehearse rain, hail or shine. This gives Davey an idea. Everyone is dressed in winter gear, the floor is covered in 'snow' (flour), and Abigail throws paper snowflakes to the sky. This finally causes the birds to leave. Abigail says they might have to keep it winter all year round as the birds loved singing so much they promised to come back once the snow stopped!
6:55 AM
Tee and Mo - Kindergarten
Mo is running late, but Tee is moving at his own speed. What's a mum to do when their child is dragging their heels?
7:02 AM
Are You Ready? - Kindergarten
Our friend shows us how she brushes her teeth.
7:05 AM
Wolf Joe - K-3 Social Studies
In a frog filled marsh Joe and the team stretch their skills rescuing a baby skunk then must use teamwork to build a new shelter for the whole skunk family before a big storm arrives.
7:16 AM
Let's Go Luna - K-2 Social Studies
Carmen needs concert tickets to her favorite modern Mexican girl band, but first she needs to attend a folklorico dance lesson.
7:29 AM
Arthur - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Rattles takes over Slink's paper route, Slink is determined to prove himself and earn his job back. --- When the Tough Customers go on hike in the woods, Molly makes a few mistakes and has to apologize...but she refuses to!
7:56 AM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
Sometimes watching the ink move across the water is almost as cool as the final pattern. Watch the ink swirl as it creates a very unique pattern.
8:00 AM
Paw Patrol Season 8 - Kindergarten
When Mayor Humdinger disrupts Adventure Bay with his "barking" kitties, Katie and the pups must rescue the town. --- Cap'n Turbot loses his glasses and creates chaos in his path. It's up to the Paw Patrol to save him and his specs!
8:23 AM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Moon's special Bolivian alpaca hat gets shrunk in the wash due to Ollie's mistake, he promises to make amends, no matter what.
8:35 AM
Abby Hatcher - Kindergarten
Otis gets mistaken for a real dog while trick or treating, and Abby and the group need to find him.
8:47 AM
16 Hudson - K-2 Social Studies
When Sam spends all his saved money on a junky, broken toy, will he be able to turn his problem into the party of the summer?
8:54 AM
Blynk and Aazoo - Gr 1-3 Science
Our young inquirer, Yohanna, asks Blynk and Aazoo: Could i get a robot to do my chores? With the help of our intergalactic scientist, Aaron, discover how you could make your own robot, how robots are helping us in space, and how robots are able to learn like we do! Blynk is inspired to create their own robot - one that becomes Aazoo's best friend!
9:02 AM
Top of the Tops - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Top 5 Facts about Asteroids: 5- Asteroids are different than comets 4- They form a belt in space 3- Might be remaining bits from a planet 2- We can mine asteroids for metals 1- An asteroid hitting the Earth could caused the Dinosaur extinction.
9:05 AM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
When Otto starts shrinking, Olaf must lead Olive and Oren on a quest for the only known cure, the magical Growing Potato.
9:18 AM
Hero Elementary - Gr 1-3 Science
When a hailstorm causes damage around Citytown, Sparks' Crew calls upon the famous hero, Hail Caesar, to help them understand more about hail.
9:30 AM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
The Team is still following a Sockeye salmon who is in the middle of the "Salmon Run" and are led on a wild chase, as they follow the salmon on this incredible and difficult journey - both battling the odds to reach their goals.
9:57 AM
Gabby's Farm - K-2 Science
Gabby and her sister Mikayla set up a playdate for Copper the horse. They count two carrots for the two horses.
10:00 AM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Melody's friends learn to respect her right to do things the way she wants, and Melody learns to have the confidence to stick with her plan despite her friends' thinking it isn't great. BOOK: Nat the Cat Can Sleep Like That While everyone else is wide awake during the day, Nat the Cat is sleeping in all kinds of interesting ways and places.
10:11 AM
Tik Tak - Kindergarten
Explore a magic lampshade of sailing ships, a theatre of dancing grandfather clocks and watch as Book Boy makes a bouncy castle.
10:16 AM
Baby Baby - Kindergarten
The babies and their friends get a bit sleepy after a big day. A little nap helps everyone feel better!
10:21 AM
Bing - Kindergarten
Bing and Flop hear the familiar jingle of Gilly's ice cream van and race across the park to find her. After a long run Bing finally gets his ice cream but as he waves goodbye to Gilly he tips the ice cream out of the cone. It's too late to call Gilly back so Flop makes a fruit cone out of the cone and some of his fruit kebab instead.
10:28 AM
Are You Ready? - Kindergarten
Our friend shows us how he rides his scooter safely.
10:31 AM
Cutie Pugs - Kindergarten
It's Game day, and the pugs race throughout the house, narrowly missing Mom who's bringing snacks from the kitchen. The pugs race under Mom's legs to the finish line in the kitchen. Poppy is disappointed because she never seems to win. Meanwhile in the dining room, Dad beats Dee Dee in a game of ping pong and does a victory dance. While Mom plays the victor, Dee Dee sets up a pug-sized obstacle course with pool noodles, books and a doggy tunnel in the living room. Each pug takes a turn going over and under the obstacles. Who will win the race?
10:38 AM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Nina and Leon swap their button collections. This reminds Yetili of a story, about Ferdinand, who collects stones.
10:46 AM
The Day Henry Met... - Kindergarten
Today Henry meets a Saxophone in the city of Dublin and learns all about busking and different styles of music. Saxophones dream is to play in New Orleans with his old Jazz buddies but he needs a Jazz singer to put his band back together. Henry comes to the rescue and becomes a jazz singer 'Cool Cat Henry' and helps Saxophone and his band mates perform in New Orleans.
10:51 AM
Yakka Dee! - Kindergarten
Dee encourages a friend to say worm and we go on a whirlwind word adventure. We see a long worm, a little worm and a squirmy worm! Look out for the speedy worm and the greedy worm, the jelly worm and the welly worm! Dee enjoys a glow worm and we see a little girl make a muddy worm from her finger! The journey is repeated with some special surprises along the way and everyone has a boogie when Dee's friend finally succeeds in saying today's word!
10:59 AM
Opie's Home - Kindergarten
Opie is excited to make a special dinner for Mom when he drops a carton of eggs and has to change plans. Fortunately, an act of neighbourly kindness inspires Opie to find a new way to make dinner special.
11:07 AM
16 Hudson - K-2 Social Studies
Sneezing and coughing correctly.
11:10 AM
The Brilliant World of Tom Gates
Tom has big plans to stay in the house and watch TV all day, but his parents want him to go for a nice long walk to get some ,fresh air,. Tom is not keen but when he realises that Uncle Kevin will be taking him, he knows his cousins will be going, which means that there will be excellent snacks! Tom immediately agrees and runs to get ready. In Make It, Tom shows us how to build a Tom Gates kite using coloured paper, sticks and string. Mum offers Tom something to eat before he goes on his walk with Uncle Keven and the cousins, but Tom declines, knowing that he needs to leave room for the delicious snacks instead. Liz opens the doodle box and finds a welly boot.
11:22 AM
When I Grow Up! - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
Allyson is a Robotics Engineer who shows Mikaela the future of robots. Together they modify a robot for Mikaela's special use.
11:35 AM
The Wacky Word Show - Gr 1-4 Language
Zoey has just read Alice in Wonderland. She and Lukas decide to create an Alice-in-Wonderland-like world filled with opposites, palindromes and tricky double negatives. With the help of their special guest, a psychologist and teacher who wrote a book in mirror writing, they try their hand at writing backwards just like the author of Alice in Wonderland sometimes did. Teams of kids match up pairs of palindromes in the game show. When Lukas programs Booboo Bot to say everything backwards, it sends Booboo Bot into a fit of hysterics. In the challenge, teams of kids have to follow commands filled with double negatives and opposites. It's not easy figuring out what to do, not do or not not do!
11:57 AM
Step By Step Let's Dance
Dancers will learn an out of this world Hip Hop routine and what better place to perform it than on the moon?

Afternoon

12:04 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 Tumbleweed learns how to make assumptions based on clues he reads in his surroundings.
12:08 PM
Backyard Beats - Gr 1-3 Arts
Monica is joined by folk trio 'The Good Lovelies' who inspire her to make a ukulele craft-strument. Junior Jammer MadeNell showcases her songwriting skills before they all come together for a backyard jam.
12:19 PM
How Do You Feel? - Gr 1-4 Health
Being an older sibling isn't always easy. Akin's friend talks about the pressures of being a big sister, and Duane and the gang discuss the mixed emotions she's experiencing. Plus, Akin demonstrates "progressive muscle relaxation" - a helpful method for squeezing out the stress.
12:26 PM
Treasure Champs - Gr 1-2 Health
In an attempt to apologise to Kari for eating the cake she made him as a surprise, Barry tries to be kind in lots of different ways by becoming Captain Kind Kid! Even though a cake he makes for her is less than perfect, Kari loves it and sees the kindness of the gesture.
12:30 PM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
The Kitty Rescue crew is beating the Paw Patrol to all their saves. --- The Wingnut's believe Oscar the Ostrich is stuck in their runaway trailer.
12:53 PM
Dino Dana - K-2 Science
When her South Asian relatives come over for a cook-out, Dana must protect a spicy mirchi pepper needed for her Dad's special butter chicken from some hungry herbivores!
1:05 PM
Creature Mania - Gr 1-4 Science
Today on Creature Mania, we get messy with the muddy mudskipper, go large with the great white shark, and get friendly with the dugong. We meet Jamie and his dog Ace in Dog Tricks, and Freya and her dog in Pet and Tell. We have a laugh with Panda, Pony and the Two Bobs, Hosted By Alfie Gledhill and Dr Katrina Warren and featuring the voices of David Dundas and David Collins of The Umbilical Brothers as the Two Bobs.
1:30 PM
Bing - Kindergarten
Sula and Bing are camping to see the Stars and Moon. A scary shadow terrifies Bing both inside and outside. But Flop's shadow is the monster! They go back outside to see the Stars and Moon.
1:37 PM
Mr. Moon - Kindergarten
Sunny involves Mr Moon. Silva, Stella and Gold Star in a wonderful show and tell.
1:50 PM
Kit and Pup - Kindergarten
Kit & Pup are investigating the world of Opposites; today it's Inside & Outside.
1:55 PM
Yakka Dee! - Kindergarten
Dee encourages a friend to say 'ball' and we go on a whirlwind word adventure. We see lots of different balls and explore how they look and what they do. There's a green ball, a blue ball and even a ball that goes moo! There's a seat ball, some meatballs and a funny ball too! We see a ball to kick, a ball for disco dancing and a sparkly ball on a Christmas tree! The journey is repeated with some special surprises along the way and everyone has a boogie when Dee's friend finally succeeds in saying today's word!
2:00 PM
The Day Henry Met... - Kindergarten
Henry meets a Roman chariot in a museum. Henry learns all bout Roman times, gladiatorial games and chariot races. Chariot wants to take part in a chariot race but he never got the chance because his Roman Centurion was chased off by a tiger 2000 years ago and he's been in museum after a museum ever since. Henry becomes a Roman Centurion and takes part in a chariot race. Henry is nearing the end of the race but on the final straight one of his wheels fall off but Henry comes up with a great idea to use the shield to replace the broken wheel and they make it across the line.
2:06 PM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Melody learns that to help her friend Squirrel, she needs to pay attention to what he really needs. She learns how to be a good helper by observing, asking and listening. BOOK: 'Where's Bunny?' A little girl helps her younger brother get ready for bed.
2:19 PM
Numberblocks - K-2 Math
Are you sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin a bedtime story all about Numberblocks Six to Ten.
2:25 PM
My Stay-At-Home Diary - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
11-year-old Isabella lives in Northern Ireland in her newly blended family. Her mom's fiance and son have just moved in. Getting used to life in a new family has been challenging but she's been enjoying spending time getting to know them.
2:29 PM
Jojo and Gran Gran - Kindergarten
JoJo and Gran Gran are getting ready for a Halloween party, but when JoJo accidentally squashes their spooky pumpkin lantern, they need a replacement! Luckily Gran Gran has a Gran Gran Plan to save the day.
2:42 PM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Ollie and Moon go to Finland to train for the Air Guitar Championships, they discover the best way to do it is with a happy, healthy routine.
2:54 PM
Frankie and Frank
Frankie and Frank show the viewers some of their favourite shapes.
2:58 PM
Cutie Pugs - Kindergarten
Dee Dee is playing in the basement rec room stacking a pile of wooden blocks of different shapes. Petey really wants to topple the stack, but Pablo defends it valiantly... only to accidentally topple it when he back into it. Dee Dee moves on to another activity: dragging a small red plastic slide into the middles of the room. She climbs the three steps to the top and... Wheeee! Down to the bottom! Now it's the pugs' turn. Penny bravely goes, as do Poppy and Pablo. Only Petey declines. Dee Dee picks him up and before he knows it, he's on the top of the slide, and Wheee... down he goes!
3:05 PM
Opie's Home - Kindergarten
Opie and Lucas get into a big fight, so Opie decides to play with his imaginary friend Benjamin instead. Then Opie learns that forgiving Lucas can make them both feel better
3:12 PM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Nina and Leon are having a tea party on the mezzanine. Yetili comes along and joins them for a cup of tea before reading their story.
3:19 PM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
When a beaver needs help building a dam, the Bears learn about sharing and helping someone in need. Boomer comes to realize that kindness sometimes means giving up something precious to you for someone else. BOOK: 'A World of Kindness' Displays the many ways young children can show kindness.
3:30 PM
Donkey Hodie
When Donkey and Panda lose Bob Dog's favorite ball in Spooky Shadow Swamp, they must find their inner brave to get it back.
3:42 PM
Little Malabar - K-2 Science
Little Malabar and his friend the Frog are playing hopscotch, but Frog throws the little stone much too far and it lands in the asteroid belt. All they can do is keep playing by jumping from one asteroid to another! Asteroids are a group of giant rocks that travel around the Sun. Together, they make a big circle that is called the asteroid belt.
3:46 PM
Floogals - Gr 1-3 Science
With Dad Hooman spending a lot of time up in the attic, the Floogals go to investigate. Up there they discover a train set all laid out and, with Boomer unable to resist touching its controls, we're soon into a runaway train scenario with Fleeker and Flo riding on top.
3:59 PM
Arthur - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Part 2 of the spookiest Halloween ever for Arthur and friends. While trick-or-treating, Francine meets an old woman with a mysterious past, while Binky finds himself at Mr. Ratburn's house (that's scarier than math class!). Muffy and Bailey decide to cut through a dark, rainy cemetery. And as for Arthur, Buster, and Ladonna? Their treehouse sleepover seems to be haunted...by a little sister and brother!
4:30 PM
Big Top Academy: School's Out Edition - Gr 1-4 Health
When babysitting equals double trouble, it's Girls Rocking The Circus to the rescue.
4:41 PM
Trenders
Amy and Adam are social media experts. They help their resident inventor, Eureka, turn his crazy ideas into trending products. In this episode they turn his soggy wet bear into a waterproof teddy bear.
4:45 PM
A Week to Beat the World - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
The girls' team and presenter Camille Ucan are in Mongolia learning the skills of the legendary Nomads. Today, they watch an amazing horse race and learn to use a bow and arrow.
5:00 PM
Super Mighty Makers - Gr 1-3 Arts
Craft Kid Brennan's favourite teacher, Ms. Jamieson loves to read and has many books, pens and her glasses all over her desk. Brennan wants to make something to help her organize her stuff in one place. Bondini, Super Mighty Maker Jaeda & Brennan make the "Super Story Stower".
5:11 PM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
Odd Squad is haunted by a ghost.
5:24 PM
Waffle the Wonder Dog - Gr 1-3 Health
Waffle and Doug give Evie a homemade 'doghouse' for her birthday. The Brooklyn-Bells discover Mrs Hobbs' new hobby rollerskating-and invite her to Evie's party. Evie makes a wish which comes true; she receives a card from her birth Dad, Nate.
5:36 PM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
While doing an overhaul of the Creature Power Suits over Germany, Aviva loses the all-important MicroXT Power Chips that power the suits. The gang must try to find the lost chips, spread out somewhere across a huge field. The European Hamster becomes their only hope. But when their new creature pal, Cheeks gets in some danger of his own, they must try to repay the favor with a frantic creature rescue.
6:05 PM
All Round Champion 3
In the season three premiere, ten elite athletes representing different sports have gathered to compete in the ultimate sports competition where one of them will be crowned the All-Round Champion. Excitement mixed with nerves overcome the athletes as they leave behind family and friends for ten weeks and meet each other for the first time on their way to Niagara Falls. Pole Vault is revealed as the first sport and Lacee must train her fellow athletes for the first competition in only three days.
6:31 PM
All Round Champion 3
Pole Vault was revealed as the first sport and Lacee must train her fellow athletes for the competition in only three days. It's the last day of training as the athletes prepare for the upcoming Competition. Jai deals with some insecurity while Chandra finds his confidence and Emanuel overcomes his homesickness.

Evening

7:00 PM
Ben, who became blind at the age of 17, is looking to get his start in the marketing world; Museum enthusiast Mitchell has Autism Spectrum Disorder and hopes to re-invent the tour guide experience during the pandemic.
7:53 PM
The St. Catharines Standard was at the forefront of breaking news during the golden age of newspapers. Run by four generations of the Burgoyne family, The Standard's intrepid reporters delivered hard-hitting journalism and exposed environmental injustices. But times changed, and media consolidation hit the paper hard.
8:00 PM
In the last episode, Samira Ahmed travels to the crumbling ruins of an ancient walled city and goes back to when Persia faced her gravest threat - Genghis Khan. But from the death and destruction there emerged a golden age of Persian poetry and art.
8:54 PM
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.
9:00 PM
The worlds of miniature dolls houses and real houses collide when prolific real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin is murdered in front of a crowd at the unveiling of a new dolls house collection at Midsomer Museum of the family.
10:30 PM
What happens to people who suffer from mental illnesses and commit violent crimes? Some are sent to forensic psychiatric hospitals, once called asylums for the criminally insane, where they disappear from public view for years. Filmmaker John Kastner gained unprecedented access to one such facility, the Brockville Mental Health Centre. He follows the treatment of patients struggling to gain control over their lives, so they can return to a society that often fears and demonizes them.
11:30 PM
The Jordan River has been reduced to a trickle. This iconic river, which nourished the growth of ancient civilizations, has become little more than a glorified sewage canal, and the brothers venture to Israel, Palestine and Jordan to investigate. Alex and Tyler meet committed scientists and engineers who are living in a region mired in conflict and are leading the struggle for access to the most essential resource of all - water.

Late Night

12:00 AM
Ben, who became blind at the age of 17, is looking to get his start in the marketing world; Museum enthusiast Mitchell has Autism Spectrum Disorder and hopes to re-invent the tour guide experience during the pandemic.
12:52 AM
Of the 237 threatened species in Ontario, the Algonquin wolf is the only one that can be legally hunted in parts of the province. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has come under fire for not doing enough. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits Algonquin Park, one of only a handful of places this keystone species calls home.
1:00 AM
In the last episode, Samira Ahmed travels to the crumbling ruins of an ancient walled city and goes back to when Persia faced her gravest threat - Genghis Khan. But from the death and destruction there emerged a golden age of Persian poetry and art.
1:52 AM
The Agenda's Ontario Hubs reporter Jeyan Jeganathan looks at the next big fruit in Ontario, nectarines. More growers in Niagara are opting to grow nectarines in favour of their close relative, peaches. Not only are nectarines more profitable, but they're what consumers are demanding.
2:00 AM
The worlds of miniature dolls houses and real houses collide when prolific real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin is murdered in front of a crowd at the unveiling of a new dolls house collection at Midsomer Museum of the family.
3:30 AM
What happens to people who suffer from mental illnesses and commit violent crimes? Some are sent to forensic psychiatric hospitals, once called asylums for the criminally insane, where they disappear from public view for years. Filmmaker John Kastner gained unprecedented access to one such facility, the Brockville Mental Health Centre. He follows the treatment of patients struggling to gain control over their lives, so they can return to a society that often fears and demonizes them.
4:30 AM
The Jordan River has been reduced to a trickle. This iconic river, which nourished the growth of ancient civilizations, has become little more than a glorified sewage canal, and the brothers venture to Israel, Palestine and Jordan to investigate. Alex and Tyler meet committed scientists and engineers who are living in a region mired in conflict and are leading the struggle for access to the most essential resource of all - water.
4:56 AM
Kenora, Ont., used to go by a very different name that was, in many people's opinion, rather unattractive. When local politicians decided to change the name, they hit upon a rather novel - and controversial - solution. Find out more in this short video, part of TVO's Name That Town series.
5:00 AM
Prominent criminal defense attorney Marie Henein discusses her book, "Nothing but the Truth." Then, how some Ontario students who live with disabilities are being shortchanged on their studies, due to the pandemic. And, we review our week of programming.