Sunday, June 16, 2019

Morning

6:00 AM
Dinosaur Train
The kids are all excited! Why? Because they're off to Junior Conductor's Academy in Laramidia, to try to become Junior Conductors First Class. Buddy has a feeling he's going to be a star in class, until he meets Dennis Deinocheirus - a kid who knows even more dinosaur facts than he does! Can Buddy get over his disappointment that he's not the smartest kid in class, and make friends with Dennis (who seems like he's having trouble making friends on his own)? --- Now that Buddy and Dennis are friends, they have to work together (with the other kids) in order to pass a series of tests. If they succeed, they'll receive their Junior Conductors First Class pins! But standing in the way of their success is the most challenging instructor of all... Thurston Troodon!
6:26 AM
Ella the Elephant
Something, fancy, is going on when Belinda announces she's starting an, exclusive, club, and Ella, Tiki, the twins are invited. The trouble starts when Ella accidentally invites Frankie and discovers it's a, Girls Only Club, and Belinda makes all the rules. Ella feels horrible excluding Frankie.
6:39 AM
Are You Ready?
Our friend helps out by unpacking the groceries.
6:42 AM
Cutie Pugs
It's another beautiful day, and the Cutie Pugs, who are tussling and playing inside the pug house, move their fun outdoors. Pablo finds a hard stick and chews on it while Poppy chews on her soft crab toy. Dee Dee appears at the gate and invites them to play with her. In the living room, Dee Dee introduces them to another pug that also talks... and sings? Wait a second! This dog is a toy and it's hard, not like Pablo, who is a real dog who is soft. Dad appears and reminds Dee Dee it's time for her nap, so she and the real pugs head to her bedroom, where Dad settles her into bed. Pablo wanders around with the other pugs looking for a spot to sleep. The floor is too hard! Dee Dee places a pillow on the floor and helps them onto it. The pillow is too soft! Finally, Pablo circles around the furry purple rug on the floor and lies down. Not too soft, not too hard. Just right!
6:50 AM
Ping and Friends
Ping and Pong's learning how to improvise jazz helps Matilda finish a painting.
6:57 AM
Tee and Mo
Tee enjoys his time in the paddling pool and doesn't want to get out. Can Mo lure him out of it with the promise of a warm bath?
7:04 AM
Let's Go Luna
In Sydney, when Carmen temporarily loses her confidence, her particpation in an Australian boomerang competition helps it come whizzing back. --- In Sydney, when Andy wants to hear a performance of his new favorite song, he finds that their opera house is a true architectural wonder, designed for listening to music.
7:30 AM
Let's Find Out
This is a math series supporting a greater understanding of financial literacy. In this episode, Melissa needs Shamus' help with her fear of debit cards.
7:33 AM
Arthur
Arthur, Buster, and Brain are worried when Mr. Ratburn isn't acting like himself. He's always pleased to see them... so what has made him change his tune? --- When Mr. Crosswire gets a robot butler for Father's Day, Muffy fears Bailey may be replaced.
8:00 AM
Paw Patrol
Rubble pretends to be his hero, Apollo the Super Pup, who ,Save's the day his own way!,. When he tries to save a train from a rockslide all by himself though, he gets into super trouble and trapped in a tunnel. The PAW Patrol have to save Rubble and the train! --- When Ryder's Robot Pup breaks and starts going wild around Adventure Bay, it takes the whole Paw Patrol to help Ryder find it.
8:23 AM
The Ollie & Moon Show
When Ollie and Moon set off to find a rare butterfly, Ollie's careful nature and Moon's wild personality get in the way of each other - and then save the day.
8:35 AM
Abby Hatcher
Teeny Terry wants to surprise Lex by finishing everything on his to do list.
8:47 AM
16 Hudson
With two dads, Luc rules the Father's Day Fair competitions, but when Lili and Lola's dad can't join in the fun, Luc shares his dads and saves the day.
8:55 AM
Tinpo
Rain stops play when Bo, Jo and Mo want a game of Odd Ball and Logi-Po is out of his depth looking after the three Kid Po!
9:02 AM
Odd Squad
Olive and Otto are sent to Shapely Manor to investigate an odd crime with even odder people.
9:28 AM
Wild Kratts
Martin and Chris discover a hermit crab on the beach and soon the Wild Kratts team is exploring the amazing world of this shell changing creature.
9:55 AM
Dino Dana
When Dana, Uncle Ravi and Uncle Ravi's new girlfriend Anjali go shopping at a supermarket, Dana just wants to do a dino experiment but Uncle Ravi and Anjali are more concerned with impressing each other. --- Dana is trying to solve "Dino Experiment 7-2-4, Why was the Europasaurus so small?" but her progress is complicated by the fact that Mom is forcing her to stay in her messy room until she cleans it up.
10:16 AM
Bitz and Bob
Bitz and Bob's junk stall sells out of everything including Bob's helmet! Bob is horrified. The gang try all sorts of substitute helmets; Bitz's craft box, a traffic cone, even a knitted helmet. When they try making a helmet out of a piece of cardboard it isn't quite right. But Bob accidentally squashes the craft box and Bitz figures out they could use its flattened shape as a pattern by drawing round it, cutting it out and folding it in the same way. But Zip and Pop may have a surprise for Bob!
10:27 AM
You Can Do It Too!
Did you know that flat card can be turned into standy-up boxes? Bitz, Bob and the children are making the perfect treasure chests AND their own robo-helmets; just like Bob's! With a few folds and some tape you're a 2D to 3D engineer.
10:31 AM
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Phil tries to bend the power of sound to his will by making the loudest sound he can. Plus: make cornstarch mud dance, shatter a wine glass and make patterns with sand - all with the power of sound!
10:53 AM
What's the Big Idea?
School is THE place where Hugo can learn all kind of things, like counting and drawing, but it's also a place where you meet all your friends. Be quiet Hugo! The teacher is speaking!
10:59 AM
Finding Stuff Out
The Big Question: DO BIGGER NOSES SMELL MORE THINGS? Theme: When it comes to noses, size doesn't really make a difference in how good our sense of smell is. It's mostly the number of smell receptors in the nose and the unique combination of smelling genes that help us, and animals, smell odors.
11:21 AM
I LOVE
Simone loves dancing with her sister.
11:23 AM
Box Yourself Minis
Øistein makes a little piggy from a milk carton.
11:26 AM
The Media Lab
This series explores various aspects of digital literacy and explores how students can become better digital citizens. In this episode Katt and Professor Cheddar talk to Digital Citizens about their experiences of how the internet has connected them to the world.
11:30 AM
Annedroids
Nick and his Dad do a father/son engineering challenge every year at Zack's Dad's welding shop. This year the challenge is to make the fastest miniature vehicle without wheels or wings. Nick is super pumped until his Dad bails. Fortunately, Anne lets him borrow her Dad for the challenge. While Nick and Anne's Dad do male bonding while building a miniature vehicle, Anne, Shania and Nick's Mom do some female bonding with a girl's day.
11:53 AM
Raven's Quest
Kajsa is a 9-year-old girl from the Haida Gwaii nation. She lives in Skidegate, British Columbia. Kajsa shows us some of the sights around her community, takes us to the Haida Museum and shows us how to weave a traditional cedar bark basket.

Afternoon

12:00 PM
When I Grow Up!
At Google headquarters, Mikaela learns the ins and outs of app development. Together with Melissa, a Software Engineer, she creates an app to help clean her room. --- To help find a sandwich thief, Mikaela goes to the police forensics unit. With the help of investigators Rhonda and Lawrence, she discovers the forensic magic used at crime scenes.
12:21 PM
Sports Lab
Anjelina is a young Toronto sprinter looking to move faster out of the start. She gets some great tips from guest pro Ashlea Maddex, while Dr. Heather weighs in on how using their centre of gravity can help them tear up the track.
12:32 PM
Sports Lab
Sports Lab heads to Thunder Bay. Dr. Heather demonstrates how a kinetic chain gives guest pro Bryce Jorgenson of the Thunder Bay Border Cats the power to knock it out of the park, inspiring younger brother Porter to step up to the plate against host Nykeem's pitching.
12:45 PM
MathXplosion
How can you know what time it is without a clock? It's not magic... it's math!
12:49 PM
Dino Dana
When Dana has a special Father's Day craft egg destroyed by either the Titanoboa, Sinornithosaurus or Troodon, she and her neighbour Ms. Currie team-up as "police officers" to bring the dino to justice.
1:00 PM
It's My Party
A traditional Pow Wow is attended by two kids who have never met. On this day they'll get to experience drumming, dancing and tasty treats like Frybread tacos.
1:22 PM
Making Stuff
How can you see things far away? Gears and Wiz go into a ,clean room, where binoculars are assembled and learn about magnification.
1:28 PM
Zerby Derby
Everyone in Zerby Town decides to make an extra-long driveway. But with all the Zerbies' driveways extra-long, Main Street gets squished down to only one narrow lane. Zack and Axle try to figure out the problem. Zack thinks all the Zerbies should take turns driving in one direction - then the other. This works until they realize someone always needs to be there to direct traffic. Zack volunteers, but he realizes he can't spend all day directing traffic. They know shortening the driveways would make Main Street wider, but no one wants to shorten their new driveway. Axle realizes if they all move their garages back a bit, they can widen Main Street and still have long driveways. --- Chase is out exploring Zerby Town Forest when he comes across Bob the Boat and Piper the Float Plane watching a Lily pad, waiting to see a frog. Chase wants to wait with them but there's nowhere for him to land. He tries landing on the water, but he's doesn't float. He tries landing on the shore, but he's too far away. Then he tries landing on Bob, but Bob is too tippy for Chase to land on. Chase realizes he needs something light enough to fly with but something that will allow him to float. Once he finds some perfect sticks he can float as well as Flynn. --- Zack and Lily drive down to the beach near Zerby Town Lake for some fun playing in the soft sand. When they get there, Lily warns Zack not to stop, because he could get stuck. Zack forgets and gets stuck in the sand. Rocking back and forth only digs Zack in deeper. Lily tries to push him but she can't figure out a way to do it without stopping herself. Lily searches for answers and comes back with a piece of bark which she puts under Zack's wheels for traction. Zack gets out of the sand and they continue their adventures.
1:48 PM
Reading Rangers
Ranger Kara is a stranger in a town where nobody learned to read.
1:52 PM
Shutterbugs
Harvey's excited to meet legendary athlete, Maniac Mel, but doesn't know how to act around her, when he discovers she's in a wheelchair. --- When Harvey get's injured before the annual battle of the bands, he's forced to find someone to replace him on the drums.
2:15 PM
Doki
Gabi's always been competitive, but sometimes, she takes winning WAY too seriously. When Gabi demands a re-match after losing a just-for-fun race, Doki wonders - does Gabi really have to win, to have fun? To find out, they set off to the 'One of a Kind Game Kingdom' - a silly sports park In Japan, where the games are as goofy as they are unique. With Gabi and Doki as Team captains, the kids compete at hilarious games they can't help but enjoy - all except Gabi, who's still too focused on winning. Even Doki starts to catch the competitive bug! Will Gabi and Doki spoil the adventure for their friends... or will they remember that games are meant to be fun? --- When Oto finds Fico's favourite rubber band ball 'Bouncer' under the stairs, he figures it's fair game. Finders keepers! It ends up as part of Oto's Mars lander, and is blasted off to space! But when Fico finds out, he demands they go to Mars and get it back. But can we really go to Mars? The Team blasts off, and before you know it, they're exploring 'Mars' while Fico and Oto go looking for the lander. But the two are stunned to see a space-suited 'Martian' take the lander inside his house! When they attempt to recover it, the Team learns that they aren't really on Mars.
2:37 PM
The Space
Fred and Nina encounter a distracted driver in a car at the intersection. They wait until they are sure they've made eye contact before they cross.
2:40 PM
The Ollie & Moon Show
When PawPaw challenges Ollie and Moon to get along long enough to finish a game without quitting over a disagreement, they accept! But will their strategy of taking turns really work if they aren't thinking of each other?
2:52 PM
Ella the Elephant
Ella, and the kids set out into the forest to earn their Trunk Trooper Badges. Troop leader Briggs reminds the kids they must stick to the path, but Ella and Belinda are so keen to earn their butterfly badge they wander off and get lost.
3:05 PM
Opie's Home
When Opie receives some hand-me-downs, he is asked to get rid of his old clothes to make room for the new. But rather than give away his favorite old clothes, Opie decides to wear them all at once.
3:12 PM
Yeti Tales
When Nina and Leon show up at the bookstore they find a big mess. Yetili blames the monster in the cupboard, just like the one in today's story.
3:20 PM
Zou
Zou has to make a nature presentation at school. Grandpa suggests sprouting some seeds. Great idea! Unfortunately, Poc eats the seeds. With a bit of help from Elzee's mum, they press flowers and leaves between sheets of newspaper and get the project finished just in time.
3:32 PM
Zou
When a display of vegetables tips over in Mr. Zoey's shop, Grandpa suggests ,the colour game,. The vegetables are collected and sorted out by colour. When he gets home, Zou wants to play the game again with an assortment of colourful items from around the house. But it's a little harder to put everything back!
3:44 PM
The Day Henry Met...
Today Henry meets a pair of ballet shoes at a dance rehearsal class. It's the night before the big Ballet show and Ballet shoes' are practicing their newest most amazing dance moves but their partner has gotten their shoe laces tied together and can't make it to the rehearsal. Henry steps in and becomes a ballet dancer and helps the ballet shoes prepare for the big ballet show.
3:49 PM
Floogals
When the Hoomans go on a holiday in a camper the Floogals find themselves along for the ride. But what is this strange, shrunken, moving house? And why would anyone choose to get in one? They end up finding they had more in common with the Hoomans than they thought.
4:00 PM
Paw Patrol
Rubble decides to nap under Farmer Yumi's tree, when suddenly Adventure Bay gets a HUGE problem - Alex the Giant! Ryder and the pups have to keep Giant Alex busy so he doesn't innocently cause any more damage, and get him back up his beanstalk. --- When Cap'n Turbot needs to get a picture of the rare Blue Footed Booby Bird his French cousin, Francois, decides to help but gets caught on a cliff! It's up to the PAW Patrol to rescue him and bring the two cousins together again.
4:23 PM
Zerby Derby
Zack, Lily and Rex are racing back to Zerby Town when Rex gets stuck under a fallen tree. Zack and Lily try to push him out but he's truly stuck. Zack tries to pull while Lily pushes, but still no luck. They think that digging down would work, until they realize Rex is on rock, not dirt. Finally they realize that if Rex takes some air out of his tires, he will lower down enough to get out from under the log.
4:30 PM
Arthur
Maria has always been a silent fixture in Mr. Ratburn's third-grade class. But her time to speak has finally come. There's just one problem: how do you solve a stutter like Maria's? --- When Binky's grandparents miss his big soccer game, he decides to film a video reenactment with his friends. Only, things didn't quite happen the way Binky portrays them.
5:00 PM
Super Mighty Makers
Craft Kid Akira says his dad, Alexander, is really creative, but sometimes needs help finding new ideas. Akira wants to make him a craft that will let him see things in a different way, while incorporating a shared interest- NINJAS! Bondini and Super Mighty Maker Holly help Akira make the "Super Ninjascope".
5:11 PM
When I Grow Up!
Siobhan is a sports physiotherapist who shows Mikaela how to prevent and treat injuries that occur on the playing field.
5:22 PM
Odd Squad
Olive, Otto and Oscar journey to various Odd Squad offices to collect parts for a gadget that will stop Olive from turning into a pirate.
5:35 PM
Waffle the Wonder Dog
The Brooklyn-Bells break the news to Waffle that soon the summer holidays will be over. Evie and Doug will be going to school, and Simon and Jess to work. Poor Waffle will have to spend some time at home on his own. Waffle doesn't like the idea and howls. When Evie comforts him, the pair agree to be together always, which gives Waffle an idea about how to make that happen... While everyone sleeps, Waffle puts his plan into action. The following morning, the Brooklyn-Bells are ready to leave for their day at school or work, when they discover an enormous pile of stuff blocking their way. Waffle has barricaded the front door with a huge blockade. Jess, Simon and Doug go to the back door to exit there, but Waffle has blockaded that too. The doorbell rings. It's Mrs Hobbs from next door with her cat, George. She's come to ask why Waffle was howling last night - keeping George awake. But, Waffle has done such a good job of blocking up the front door that Jess and Simon can't open it. They're forced to speak to Mrs Hobbs through the letterbox! Simon explains that Waffle didn't want to be left alone, so Mrs Hobbs asks George if he'll play with Waffle when the Brooklyn-Bells are out. George miaows and it's settled. Waffle can spend his alone time with George. The Brooklyn-Bells and Waffle are overjoyed with the news. In his eagerness to thank George, for being a good friend, Waffle tugs at the blockade and the entire pile tumbles down....on top of Simon! Outside, Jess thanks Mrs Hobbs for her help and Waffle gives George a "thank you" kiss.
5:47 PM
Wild Kratts
Martin and Chris challenge Koki and Aviva to a contest about who has the most challenging job. In their quest to win this challenge, the gang uncovers an unlikely animal partner that could ultimately lead either team to victory...or defeat.
6:14 PM
Jack
When Jack worries that Yoki's tummy rumbles might mean they're not allowed to see a movie, Jack goes down uninvited into Yoki's tummy to find out what's causing the problem.
6:25 PM
Making Stuff
Gears and Wiz get dizzy watching the feathers get washed and sorted for filling pillows. Who will win the pillow fight?
6:30 PM
Bookaneers
Bookaneers is a literacy series that teaches decoding and deciphering techniques for pronunciation and meaning. In this episode Skaggs and Fibber learn the sound made by the letters WR together.
6:35 PM
Kid Diners
It's a trip back in time for Aynalem and Xander as they're in Steinbach, MB, looking for pioneer food. Aynalem mills flour in a real windmill and bakes authentic pioneer bread with it. Then Xander gets up close and personal with a cow for some milk to help make the German Mennonite dish, varenechi with schmauntfat!

Evening

7:00 PM
Ravaged by the heat, deadly predators such as jaguars and caimans clash with prey around shrinking pools of water.
7:46 PM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits the Northern Reach Rescue Network, where dogs are nurtured and fostered by volunteers.
7:50 PM
The changing climate means more frequent, intense storms. The most expensive natural disaster in Ontario history was the massive 2013 rain storm, which dumped 125mm of rain in a few hours. Storm chasers see the effects of severe weather first-hand. Here's what they see.
7:55 PM
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.
8:00 PM
For the past decade, Copenhagen has consistently ranked near the top in dozens of annual global livability surveys. Is Denmark's capital the ultimate life-sized city? Is this model scalable? Urban design expert Mikael Colville-Andersen explores his own city and meets the people working daily to make it live up to its reputation.
8:55 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?
9:00 PM
After multiple surgeries to manage her Intractable Epilepsy, Miranda still can't find paid work at her dream job and must reevaluate her skills. Donald is looking for a stable job where he can apply his two degrees, and not be judged by his rare genetic disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which causes brittle bones and stunted growth.
9:52 PM
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.
10:00 PM
The political cliché is that Liberals tax and spend, and Conservatives cut taxes and services. But is it true? PEI Liberal MP Wayne Easter believes that the tax policies of the Trudeau government are helping Canadians prosper, but Ontario Conservative MP and Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt thinks that money should be left in people's pockets to spend as they see fit.
10:30 PM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to transform the country's relationship with Indigenous peoples in Canada. But has any progress been made since his election? Ojibway Liberal MP, Don Rusnak, squares off with Cree NDP MP, Romeo Saganash, to examine the reality for Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec.
11:00 PM
It is estimated that up to $80 billion leaves Canada every year, untaxed. Much of it is siphoned off to Canadian-made offshore tax havens. This film documents the birth of the Canadian Tax Fairness movement and examines the issue of tax avoidance, exposing the sophisticated corporate strategies and tax loopholes commonly used to legally avoid tax.
11:53 PM
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.

Late Night

12:00 AM
Ravaged by the heat, deadly predators such as jaguars and caimans clash with prey around shrinking pools of water.
12:45 AM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
How does a fast-growing community deal with a fast-growing number of cyclists on its roads? In Collingwood, residents tell Ontario Hub field producer Jeyan Jeganathan that cyclists, drivers, and police have found that sharing the road can be trickier than it sounds.
12:51 AM
The province's animal rescuers work tirelessly to save injured animals found on roads and fields. The effects of climate change and an increasing population in Ontario mean their yards are filling up quickly, and they're scrambling for resources to do their work. We visit the rescuers and find out more about what they do.
12:55 AM
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?
1:00 AM
For the past decade, Copenhagen has consistently ranked near the top in dozens of annual global livability surveys. Is Denmark's capital the ultimate life-sized city? Is this model scalable? Urban design expert Mikael Colville-Andersen explores his own city and meets the people working daily to make it live up to its reputation.
1:54 AM
In her university- level classes, Pam Palmater often sees students cry, get angry, or surprised at the realities of racism in Canada. In this web series called "First Things First," Palmater explains how to handle emotions in difficult conversations.
2:00 AM
After multiple surgeries to manage her Intractable Epilepsy, Miranda still can't find paid work at her dream job and must reevaluate her skills. Donald is looking for a stable job where he can apply his two degrees, and not be judged by his rare genetic disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which causes brittle bones and stunted growth.
2:52 AM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
How does a fast-growing community deal with a fast-growing number of cyclists on its roads? In Collingwood, residents tell Ontario Hub field producer Jeyan Jeganathan that cyclists, drivers, and police have found that sharing the road can be trickier than it sounds.
3:00 AM
The political cliché is that Liberals tax and spend, and Conservatives cut taxes and services. But is it true? PEI Liberal MP Wayne Easter believes that the tax policies of the Trudeau government are helping Canadians prosper, but Ontario Conservative MP and Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt thinks that money should be left in people's pockets to spend as they see fit.
3:30 AM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to transform the country's relationship with Indigenous peoples in Canada. But has any progress been made since his election? Ojibway Liberal MP, Don Rusnak, squares off with Cree NDP MP, Romeo Saganash, to examine the reality for Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec.
4:00 AM
It is estimated that up to $80 billion leaves Canada every year, untaxed. Much of it is siphoned off to Canadian-made offshore tax havens. This film documents the birth of the Canadian Tax Fairness movement and examines the issue of tax avoidance, exposing the sophisticated corporate strategies and tax loopholes commonly used to legally avoid tax.
4:53 AM
Summer tick season used to be a problem only in the southern part of Ontario, but tick populations are moving north as the climate grows warmer. A parasitologist at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph explains how this migration is affecting people and their pets.
5:00 AM
Steve Paikin talks to the outgoing dean of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Then, Mainstreet Ontario focuses on Thunder Bay. Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.