May 29 | Grades 4–8

Friday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. NOVA: Eagle Power

Nature / American Eagle: Hatching – Video and Support Materials

Harpy Eagle Facts – Video and Article

A female harpy eagle
A female harpy eagle | Still from “A Hungry Harpy” PBS.org

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Photograph of African American in Confederate Uniform

Wearing the Confederate Uniform: Slave or Soldier? – Video

History Detectives, Civil War: Blacks on the Battlefield – Lesson Plan, Video, and Activity

History Detectives: Internet Scavenger Hunt – Interactive


8:30 a.m. Wild Weather

Evidence of Weather – Background Reading, Activity and Teaching Tips

Evidence of Wind – Interactive

Severe Weather – Media Gallery


9:30 a.m. Food – Delicious Science: We Are What We Eat

Body Needs – Interactive and Support Materials

Secrets of Sourdough / QUEST – Video and Support Materials

Biological Molecules – You Are What You Eat / Crash Course Biology – Video

A loaf of sliced brown bread
Watch to learn about the molecules that make up every living thing — carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins — and how we find them in our environment and in the food that we eat. | Still from “Biological Molecules – You Are What You Eat | Crash Course Biology” / PBS LearningMedia

10:30 a.m. NOVA: Eagle Power

Bald Eagles / Untamed – Video and Support Materials

Nature / American Eagle: Fledglings – Video and Support Materials

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Roadkill on Masterpiece

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Great Performances returns to Arizona PBS with 'One Man, Two Guvnors' starring James Corden

Revel in this 1960s-era comedy featuring a Tony-winning performance by James Corden. Adapted from a 1743 farce, Corden plays a musician-turned-bodyguard trying to keep his two mobster clients apart, a tricky predicament resulting in comic mayhem.