This is the WTVP Educational TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Peoria. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:00 AM||Hearts of Glass |
Vertical Harvest is a year-round urban farm in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Built on just one-tenth of an acre, the high-tech greenhouse grows an amount of produce equivalent to 10 acres of traditional farmland. A portrait of one community's attempt to address pressing issues around local food production, inclusion and opportunity, by telling the story of how this innovative farm provides meaningful employment for people with developmental disabilities.
|3:00 AM||Into The Outdoors |
Searching for Sustainability.
|3:30 AM||Biz Kid$ |
The different ways people react to and deal with money are examined in the Season 5 opener.
|4:00 AM||HISTORY IN PERSON |
|4:30 AM||Curious Crew |
How to make a rubber band-powered wheel and axle. Also: the Michigan Science Center in Detroit.
|5:00 AM||Illustrative Math |
|5:30 AM||Illustrative Math |
|6:00 AM||Let's Learn |
|7:00 AM||Let's Learn |
|8:00 AM||Let's Learn |
|9:00 AM||Kid Stew |
The kids learn to get past appearances; Madison and Milena time travel in the phone booth to help the builders of Stonehenge understand calendars; Nicholas anchors "Kid Stew Ewws!," the news "where the truth is always gross"; author Dorian Cirrone.
|9:30 AM||Into The Outdoors |
|10:00 AM||Biz Kid$ |
Different business structures are explained, including LLCs, sole proprietorships and partnerships. Included: two girls with a honey business who have launched a nonprofit organization and a for-profit company.
|10:30 AM||HISTORY IN PERSON |
|11:00 AM||Curious Crew |
How every object has the potential to vibrate. Also: making a membranophone; and learning how an atom-smashing cyclotron works.
|11:30 AM||Reconnecting Roots |
A look at how farming has scaled to epic proportions while some have chosen to return to the land.
|12:00 PM||Illinois Adventure |
Argonne National Laboratory; the Masonic Lodge in Sullivan; Kibbe Hancock Heritage Museum in Carthage. Also: a fishing trip on the Illinois River.
|12:30 PM||Scholastic Hi-Q |
|1:30 PM||Changing Seas |
The lives of sea turtles.
|2:00 PM||History Detectives |
A recording that may come from the trial of "Tokyo Rose," Iva Toguri; a possible photograph of Crazy Horse. Also: the diary of a WWII pilot who perished in action is returned to his family.
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