Why you should watch Queen Sugar, Six and more
An acclaimed magazine series for young people included school visits and student profiles, along with segments on current events, animal care and sports.
Featured: facts on popcorn; a summer-fashion show; and a look at a fire engine.
Segments include a profile of a 14-year-old runner; and baseball batting tips. Also: comments on donating body organs.
Featured: an interview with a circus animal trainer, who discusses the requirements for his job. Also on the program: comedy routines by elementary-school children.
An editorial on drug abuse; a visit to a veterinarian who cares for horses; and a demonstration of how to make a traveler's pouch out of cloth and rope.
A visit with circus clowns; baseball pitching tips. Also: cheerleaders demonstrate pyramid-making on the program.
A performance by a 14-year-old gymnast; a student essay on patriotism.
A lesson in making chocolate-chip cookies; a visit to an aviary; an editorial on littering; a lesson on adjusting the seat and handlebars of a bicycle are featured.
A teen-age rock group performs original tunes; and a student discusses energy. Also: a look at a wood turtle.
Two college students perform a pantomime skit, and offer tips on mime. Also offered: an editorial on energy.
Featured: the history of potato chips; footage of a 13-year-old diver; tips on baseball fielding; and an editorial on vandalism.
Featured: a visit to a veterinarian and a look at the American toad. Also: an opinion on female opportunities.
Segments include an editorial on patriotism; and a performance of original compositions by a musical group.
A segment on pinball machines; advice on controlling a soccer ball; an editorial on commercials; and a musical routine on a tin whistle.
A visit to a crayon-manufacturing company; a mandolin performance; a demonstration of soap-making; and an editorial on litter.
Birds and their beaks are examined. Also: tips on adjusting the seat and handlebars of a bicycle, and instruction in baking chocolate-chip cookies are offered.
A 16-year-old performs magic tricks, and a student delivers an editorial on smoking. Also: a comedy routine and a trivia quiz show.
The program co-hosts try to identify an antique; a chef demonstrates how to make an omelet; and a student delivers the editorial "My Way of Life."
A profile of a champion diver; a demonstration of drop-spindle spinning; and a look at the sloth. Also: comments on cruelty to animals.
A 15-year-old magician performs; a student gives an editorial on smoking.
Looks at how police dogs are trained and bagels are made; a demonstration of tackling techniques in soccer; and a performance by a fiddler. Also: a discussion about inflation.
Featured on the program: a visit to a trolley museum in Pennsylvania; a modeling demonstration by elementary-school students; and an editorial on energy.
Junior-high-school twins demonstrate karate; and a student discusses large families. Also: a visit to a foaling farm in Pennsylvania.
A 10-year-old sings selections from "The Music Man"; fourth graders tell their favorite jokes; and the program co-hosts demonstrate how to figure batting averages. Also: a demonstration of knot tying; and an editorial on "Making It a Better World."
Featured: a karate demonstration; a student editorial on large families; and a segment on colts and fillies.
Segments on making French pizza; and applying gymnastic skills to cheerleading. Also: a sign-language interpretation of the song "Weekend in New England."
An explanation of ice-cream production; a demonstration of chocolate fondue-making; a visit to a Pennsylvania spa for horses; and a student editorial on divorce.
Segments: a look at how the scoreboard works at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium; a demonstration of defense skills in soccer; and a look at how porpoises are trained.
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