Taste Buds – Taste Buds teaches children to think about what they eat and explore new foods from around the world. The two young hosts, Avery and Lily, cook recipes that are easy for kids to make by themselves or with a bit of grown up help.
Taste: The Beverage Show – Taste! is a celebration of the culture, history, region and production of the most famous and savoured alcoholic treasures in the world. In each episode our dynamic hosts provide unparalleled access and a guided tour that highlights one type of wine, one brand of beer and one style of spirit.
Think Big – Big ideas often come in small packages, as we discover in this new series profiling bright young inventors and entrepreneurs from all over the world. From Joel’s smart button, which helps kids put their shoes on the right (or left) feet, to Russell’s water toys, which he’s pitching to New York toy giant FAO Schwartz, innovative ideas are in abundance. As kids will learn, behind every success story is not just a good idea, but a can-do attitude and keen sense of marketing.
This is Daniel Cook – This series features six-year old Daniel Cook as he discovers the world from his perspective. In this original, spontaneous, and on-location show, Daniel explores, learns, and creates with everyone from chocolatiers to magicians, firefighters to dog trainers. Inquisitive and intelligent, Daniel explores the world through his own candid questions which quickly disarm everyone he meets, resulting in a show that entertains as well as it teaches.
Recommended for Grades K-1 Dance, Music, Art, Drama and elementary level English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education and Arts Education by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
This is Turtle Island – Join two Métis brothers as they journey across North America, or Turtle Island. You’ll learn about the wonders of our environment, the issues that concern and affect us all, and how aboriginal teachings can help preserve the beauty of Turtle Island. Recommended for Grades 4-8 Science by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
Tractor Tom – Rora is so worried about getting caught in the rain that she forgets to feed the ducks, while a leak in the roof means trouble for Tom. (?)
The Truth Behind Yourself – Follow life coach Ellen Goldhar as she helps six people striving to reach their personal goals. Leanne and Denise have weight issues; Donalda wants to start a counseling service for families dealing with extreme disabilities; Mike is trying to find his voice; Desiree intends to launch a business and Katryna is trapped in grief and trying to avoid her real issues. Each asks the same question: “Can life coaching help me?”
Untamed Gourmet – Untamed Gourmet explores the connection between food and the land. In a time where food is readily available to us from anywhere in the world, we sometimes forget that everything we eat has a connection to the natural world around us. Untamed Gourmet brings this connection to the forefront as we watch a meal evolve – from inspiration, to collection, to preparation – all in a landscape where the ingredients are found or grown. Each episode takes us to a new region to follow a different chef and local guide skilled at seeking fresh regional ingredients. Untamed Gourmet takes the culinary arts out of the kitchen and back to the source.
Vitality Gardening – You’ll pick up all sorts of tips for growing a vital garden in the Northern environment, from seed to table. Whether you’re interested in recreational gardening or subsistence growing, your host Coleen Rajotte will help you learn the best ways to help popular garden vegetables and berries nourish, as well as how to harvest plants from the bush.
Wapos Bay – This unique stop-motion animated family series follows the adventures of three children as they explore their remote northern community of Wapos Bay. The children live in a world of bush planes, canoeing, snowmobiling, hunting, trapping and fishing and find themselves having extraordinary adventures in every episode. Armed with the guidance and wisdom of their grandfather Mushom, each story places power in the hands of the children as they discover the world of Wapos Bay and its unique way of life.
Recommended for use in English Language Arts, Health and Social, Grades 1-5 and selected episodes also recommended for Grade 4 Science by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.