April 3 | Grades 4-8

Programming Highlights

NOVA | Mystery Beneath the Ice
Tiny, transparent, and threatened, krill are crucial to the Antarctic ecosystem. But the population of krill is crashing for reasons that continue to baffle the experts. See scientists dive beneath the surface in search of the ice caves that shelter juvenile krill during the winter. There, they hope to discover what’s causing the krill to vanish and, ultimately, how the shifting seasons caused by climate change could disrupt ecosystems around the world.

Genius by Stephen Hawking | The Universe
Where does the universe come from? Stephen Hawking leads three intrepid souls in a search for the origin of the universe with the help of racing cars, ice-skaters, balloons and running tracks.

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The Great American Read | What We Do For Love
How far do we go in the name of love? Join Margaret Atwood, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Nicholas Sparks, Baratunde Thurston and Ming-Na Wen among many others, as they share their best-loved books that feature the unrequited passion to unforgettable first love. Below, watch Margaret Atwood and others talk about the kind of love that can be found in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel, “Anne of Green Gables.”

At-Home Learning Tips

Give Your Ears Some Exercise
Want to spend some time away from screens this weekend? Check out these 10 Must-Listen Podcasts for Teens and Tweens. Read more tips on how to stay busy.

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NOVA| Polar Extremes
Want to know more about the North and South poles? Join the NOVA team as they follow a trail of fossils found in all the wrong places — beech trees in Antartica, redwoods and hippo-like mammals in the Arctic.

Fun Facts about NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Why does the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have such a cool name? Is it the center of the universe? Find out other fascinating facts about this idiosyncratic scientific lab that explores outer space.

The Space Flight Operations Facility, a National Historic Landmark. | NASA/JPL-Caltech
The Space Flight Operations Facility, a National Historic Landmark. | NASA/JPL-Caltech

How Henrietta Swan Leavitt Helped Build a Yardstick to Measure the Universe
There was a time when women astronomers were a strange sight to behold, but one such pioneering spirit was Henrietta Swan Leavitt, whose worked helped humankind measure the universe. Read on to find out. more about her contributions to science.

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Celebrate Halloween with "Exhumed: A History of Zombies"

Go deep into the lore of the zombie throughout American history, examining zombie legends and tales to share what these creatures reveal about shifts in society, history and our deepest anxieties.

Enjoy Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony: S&M2

Join the ultimate heavy metal band as they combine forces with a nearly 80-member orchestra to perform Metallica fan favorites.

Independent Lens: 'Represent'

The Emmy Award-winning anthology series featuring unforgettable people, communities and moments in history returns to Arizona PBS on Mondays at 9 p.m.