One Year and Forty Acres – One Year and Forty Acres follows naturalist film-maker Robert Long and his wildlife friends for twelve months as he shoots a documentary about the life and times of forty acres of Aspen Parkland in southern Saskatchewan.
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell – In this segment, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of creating more distinct clouds by using a wet-on-dry technique and a scumbling process to suggest different layers of clouds. Then he shows how to dry-brush a much brighter glow at the sun light area and soft sunrays. Jerry now finishes this segment blocking in the bushes and trees.
Pinky Dinky Doo – Pinky Dinky Doo is a helpful big sister who loves making up stories for her little brother and her friends. She draws illustrations on the side of her story box and weaves them into a story. She uses a range of creative thinking strategies to solve problems and encourages children to use their imagination.
Planet Echo – Planet Echo is a mash-up of colourful stories about people, places and things from the natural world infused with high adventure, cool factoids and working science all connected to our environment. It’s fun, entertaining and uses completely positive story telling to showcase cutting-edge environmental technologies along with old-school traditional knowledge.
Pop It! – Pop It! is an exciting new 7 minute interactive 26 part series for kids ages 6 to 11 years old that offers fun, exercise and entertainment. The series features catchy original songs with great beats, cool music videos and easy instruction. Kids have fun dancing along and get a great workout at the same time.
Poppy Cat – Poppy Cat’s world is full of adventure. Seen through the eyes of a child, Poppy Cat and her friends visit amazing places!
Prairie Gardens – Prairie Gardens with Rod McDonald is a gardening series for prairie gardeners. This series looks at topics directed to the growing conditions of the prairies. Rod will take us through a journey of outdoor spaces and the people who create them. Join us in exploring the different kinds of gardens growing right here in our own province.
Prime Radicals – With only one million seconds to complete a hush hush assignment, Uncle Norm is in a panic, until the Rads go see an astute astronomer to find out all about big numbers.
Rob the Robot – A CG animated preschool show that follows the adventures of Rob and his friends as they explore the fantastical planets of the Robot Galaxy, which are ripe with humour and fun.
The Secret World of Gardens – Ever wonder why apple blossoms are so pretty? That’s because apple trees are cousins, several times removed, from roses. Apple trees grow a lot more than just rosy fruit – they grow and house a multitude of insects too. Tent caterpillars, tussock moths, coddling moths, woolly apple aphids not to mention two-spotted mites are just a few of the creatures that call an apple tree home. Add to that the thousands of visitors that drop by every day and you start to see the amazing array of life an apple tree can lure into a garden. In this episode of The Secret World of Gardens we explore life on an apple tree from the first buds to when the last fruit falls.
Using macro lenses and time lapse photography, The Secret World of Gardens, gives a close-up look at the complex ecosystem that is the backyard garden.
Sid the Science Kid – Meet Sid, an inquisitive preschooler who uses scientific principles to help satisfy his curiosity about the world around him. Produced by the Jim Henson Company, this series takes the classic puppetry style of the Muppets and uses motion-capture technology to create virtual puppet characters.
Storytellers in Motion – This documentary series examines the success and failures of Canadian indigenous filmmakers and we see a rare glimpse into the many facets of visual storytelling. We get to see the nuts and bolts of aboriginal life in Canada by looking through the lens of the artist and find out why they’ve made the kinds of films they have and what they learned along the way. We will hear unique and diverse perspectives of the aboriginal community as these very talented storytellers take over the crafting of the indigenous image as we begin to see a new type of cinema emerge. While their roles remain much as they were when their stories were told around a communal fire, their methods have absorbed, adapted, and exploited the ongoing advances in communications technology.