Schedule: Sep 18, 2020

12:00am PST
UCTV: Science
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Science Programs!
3:00am PST
UCTV: Public Affairs
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Public Affairs Programs!
6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Inderkum HS (Natomas USD)
News programs and informational shows produced by students at Inderkum High School.
6:45am PST
Share Your Story Promo
You’re home for a couple of weeks, let’s take the time to Share Your Story and exercise your video production skills. Learn more at https://www.secctv.org/call-to-action-share-your-story/
6:46am PST
Share Your Story: How do People Feel About COVID-19 Social Distancing
This video describes how some people feel and are dealing with the new COVID-19 disease social distancing while schools are closed. Produced by: Pratham
6:47am PST
Share Your Story: Science Spotlight 2 – Why 6 Feet?
Share Your Story from Elk Grove Unified presents Science Spotlight by Ethan.
6:49am PST
Share Your Story: How to Wash Your Hands
Share Your Story Submission: How to wash your hands. Produced by Ethan S.
7:00am PST
BeachTV Talking Points – Dr. Catherine Cummins on Staying on the Path of Good Health
Dr. Catherine Cummins, Associate Professor in the CSULB School of Nursing, provides important tips and guidelines on staying healthy and avoiding illness in our hectic world.
7:30am PST
Passport: Shaping the Presidency
Our panel of guests look back at how George Washington had a profound impact on defining the office of the president and discuss how campaigning, the election process, and the role of the media affected early presidential candidacies, and how those influences have evolved.
8:30am PST
Elk Grove USD: Student Voice on Racism, Hate and Discrimination
In working with Secondary Ed and the Office of Educational Equity, EGUSD created a new “Student Voice” segment through EGUNEWS.
9:00am PST
JFK Library: Richard Nixon: The Life
Award-winning author and former Boston Globe correspondent John A. Farrell will discuss his new book, Richard Nixon: The Life with Brian McGrory, editor of The Boston Globe.
10:30am PST
Government Career Profiles – 1
Kids.gov presents profiles of careers in all parts of the U.S. Government.
11:00am PST
Library of Congress: The Many Faces of Harriet Tubman
Author Lesa Cline-Ransome and illustrator James E. Ransome discuss the children's book "Before She Was Harriet" to an audience of primarily students from Harriet Tubman Elementary School in Washington, D.C. The program also included remarks by Sen. Chris Van Hollen and Ernestine (Tina) Martin Wyatt, a descendant of the famous abolitionist.
12:00pm PST
SEVA TV: Season 3 – Episode 4
A showcase of SEVA entries with hosts and interviews with students over Zoom. Topic: The Arts.
12:30pm PST
SCOE: Nurturing Young Children at Home
For caregivers of children birth through five years old, this video focuses on building strong, trusting relationships with young children to support their development. The lesson includes information on basic brain development and the importance self-care for parents, along with tips and resources to support development of young children at home right now.
1:00pm PST
NSF Presents Dispatches From The Edge – Episode 25
In this episode of Dispatches From the Edge we'll learn about "The Array of Things," how to detect uranium exposure, and how to identify birds on the go!
1:30pm PST
NASA Previews ‘Grand Finale’ of Cassini Saturn Mission
NASA held a news conference April 4, at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, to preview the beginning of Cassini's final mission segment, known as the Grand Finale, which begins in late April. The briefing was shown live on NASA Television and on the agency’s website.
2:30pm PST
NASA
NASA brings you the latest news, images and videos from America's space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.
3:00pm PST
STEM in 30: Women Paving the Way to Mars
“One small step for man.” “Boldly go where no man has gone before.” These iconic gender-specific phrases don’t tell the entire story. Women have been, and continue to be, an important part of the aerospace industry, from the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova; to human computer Katherine Johnson who helped send humans to the Moon; to Christina Koch, one of NASA’s newest astronauts. In this episode of STEM in 30, we explore the women who are helping pave the way to Mars. We are joined by "Astronaut Abby," a college student who has set her sights on becoming an astronaut and the first person to step on the planet Mars. She’s also the founder of themarsgeneration.org, a nonprofit dedicated to exciting young people about STEM education and space.
3:27pm PST
NASA: Space Station Commander Educates Students about Life on the ISS
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 48 Commander Jeff Williams of NASA discussed life and research on the orbital laboratory during an in-flight educational event June 30 with students gathered at the Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin, Illiinois. Williams, who will become the all-time leader for most days in space by an American astronaut August 24, will remain aboard the station until early September.
4:00pm PST
NOAA Orphan Orca: Saving Springer Documentary
Fifteen years ago this summer, the Northwest joined forces to orchestrate the unprecedented rescue of a wild killer whale calf. The effort built trust, partnerships, and goodwill that continue to contribute to killer whale recovery today.
4:30pm PST
Science360 – Show 6
In this episode of Science 360 we'll learn about Monarch Butterflies, how a cactus can help clean polluted water, and a new use for porcupine quills. Also we'll sit down with Dr. Susan Goldin-Meadow to talk about gestures.
5:00pm PST
Science How? Bird Extinctions: Time Travel through Lava Tubes with Helen James
The Fairfax Network Presents: Science How? Bird Extinctions: Time Travel through Lava Tubes with Helen James
5:30pm PST
UCTV: Over 50 Years of Scientific Seafloor Drilling
Scientific drill ships allow scientists access to some of Earth's most challenging environments, collecting data and samples of sediment, rock, fluids and living organisms from below the seafloor. Join Scripps paleontologist Dick Norris to learn about the long running international collaboration in scientific ocean drilling that has transformed human understanding of our planet.
6:53pm PST
USGS – The View from Space: Landsat’s Role in Tracking Forty Years of Global Changes
For nearly 40 years, Landsat and other Earth observing satellites have been silently orbiting the globe collecting high quality images that document the condition of our changing planet. Dr. Thomas Loveland discusses the profound impact Landsat has.
7:45pm PST ON NOW
Yosemite National Park: Nature Notes – Part 1
Yosemite Nature Notes is a video podcast series that tells unique stories about the natural and human history of Yosemite National Park.
8:16pm PST
Share Your Story: COVID-19
Share Your Story Submission: How to wash your hands. Produced by Ethan S.
8:17pm PST
Share Your Story: The Time Machine
"A Corona-virus short film by Anisha with Music credits to Mariela from Heron School in Natomas USD."
9:00pm PST
UCTV: Humanities
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Humanities Programs!
11:00pm PST
UCTV: Variety
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV embraces the core missions of the University of California -- teaching, research and public service -- through quality, in-depth television that informs, educates and enriches the lives of people around the globe.