Pivot On-Air Schedule

Today, February 7
11:00am
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
"Feed Them Healthy Food With 77 Cents"
TV-PG
Jamie Lee Curtis presents Jamie Oliver with the Public Health Champion Award; Jamie challenges chefs to teach students how to cook.
12:00pm
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
"A New Start, A New Chance"
TV-PG
A meeting with the district's incoming superintendent gives Jamie hope; Jamie puts together a cooking competition for students.
01:00pm
New
1000 Days for the Planet
"Great Oceanic Migrators"
TV-14
One of humanity’s greatest conservation victories, the recovery of the humpback whale, brings hope to scientists and activists around the world, but a new danger is emerging in our oceans: plastic pollution.
02:00pm
"Costa Rica"
TV-PG
Costa Rica - George explores the volcanoes of Costa Rica with an international team of scientists.
02:30pm
"Fin Del Mundo"
TV-PG
Fin Del Mundo - George travels to Ushuaia, Argentina, and sails south to round infamous Cape Horn.
03:00pm
"Water Spouts"
TV-PG
Water Spouts - George investigates the wild waters of the Florida Keys which have about 400 water spouts per year.
03:30pm
"Thunder Downunder"
TV-PG
Thunder Down Under - George travels with Australian stormchaser Jimmy Deguara during the height of storm season in Australia.
04:00pm
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
"We're Going To Go Guerilla"
TV-PG
Jamie teaches students about the consequences of eating unhealthy foods and helps a family see the benefits of preparing a meal together.
05:00pm
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
"Feed Them Healthy Food With 77 Cents"
TV-PG
Jamie Lee Curtis presents Jamie Oliver with the Public Health Champion Award; Jamie challenges chefs to teach students how to cook.
06:00pm
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
"A New Start, A New Chance"
TV-PG
A meeting with the district's incoming superintendent gives Jamie hope; Jamie puts together a cooking competition for students.
07:00pm
History of the Earth, Part 1 - Mother Earth
TV-14
The first episode takes us to the Amazon jungle in Peru, to the floating world at Lake Titicaca, to the Himalayan mountain, and to the Awash valley in Ethiopia where the nomads now are stuck in one place all year with their livestock.
08:00pm
History of the Earth, Part 2 - A Fertile Balance
TV-14 S
Over vast areas of the globe, man has created new land, but how did these landscape changes happen, and how have they affected us? All landscapes have their stories to tell, as have the people who live in them.
09:00pm
History of the Earth, Part 3 - The Dream
TV-14 S
Behind all landscapes there is a story, and a dream of a better life. These are the stories we are searching for as we pursue the dream of Paradise on Earth.
10:00pm
Hotel Rwanda
TV-14 D,L,V
The true story of Paul Rusesabagina, who courageously sheltered over a thousand refugees during the Rwandan Genocide.