Print Text: a A Share Educational Programming:D – F Diary of a Spider – This is the diary of a spider who’s a lot like you! He goes to school, but he also spins sticky webs and takes wind-catching lessons. From the creators of the best-selling Diary of a Worm, this portrait of an upside-down web world will have kids wishing they could be spiders too! Dino Dan – When Dan goes mini-golfing with Cory and his Dad some pesky dinosaurs steal Dan’s lucky ball and Dan has to get it back./ Based on the Three Little Pigs, Dan tells the story of The Three Little Paleontologists Kami, Jordan and Angie and what material would make the best dino watching fort. Join paleontologist-in-training Dan Henderson as he takes kids on a Jurassic journey to the land where lizards were as long as three school buses and terrifying T-Rex’s ruled. Dinosaur Train – Dinosaur Train embraces and celebrates the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains. The series encourages basic scientific thinking and skills as the audience learns about life science, natural history and paleontology. Each of the 40 half-hour episodes features Buddy, an adorable preschool age Tyrannosaurus Rex, and his adoptive Pteranodon family as they board the Dinosaur Train and embark on whimsical voyages through prehistoric jungles, swamps, volcanoes and oceans. Available in Described Video. Divine Life – Divine Life is a half-hour lifestyle series showcasing the adventures of two wine lovers – a recognized wine ‘expert’ and a self-confessed wine “rookie” – as they guide us through an arms-open exploration of the world’s most beautiful wines and wine producing regions. Doggy Day School – We live in a multi cultural world where respecting differences and accepting others has become not just a nicety but a necessity. Doggy Day School the animated series is designed to encourage a view of the world where diversity is something to be celebrated. Drug Class – Thanks to popular culture many viewers will already know what Marijuana looks, smells, and even feels like. But not many really know what it is actually doing to you physically. In this half-hour 13-part series, six young people work to take control of their lives by trying to acknowledge and understand the effect their drug and alcohol consumption is having on their lives. Their physical, mental and spiritual well-being were in jeopardy, but in learning how to deal with their problems they also help to educate other young people about the effects of drug and alcohol consumption The Electric Company – The Electric Company is a group of friends from a New York neighborhood bound by a love for language and sworn to do the right thing.