Scoop: NBC 'THE MORE YOU KNOW' SCHEDULE, 2/11-3/3

Scoop: NBC 'THE MORE YOU KNOW' SCHEDULE, 2/11-3/3Below is the NBC "The More You Know" schedule from Monday February 11, 2019 from Sunday March 3, 2019:


"THE VOYAGER WITH JOSH GARCIA"

"MEDIEVAL MALTA (VJG313)"

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02/16/2019 (10:00AM - 10:30AM) (Saturday) : Josh voyages to the island country of Malta, where his ship docks in the beautiful capital of Valletta, and he visits a spice shop and learns how a Moroccan spice blend has influenced Maltese cuisine. At Fort St. Angelo, he tours the palace museum to learn about the history of the Knights of Malta and suits up for a lesson in sword-fighting skills. Next, Josh gets a lesson in abseiling in order to descend a 180-foot arch to get a bird's-eye view of the Blue Grotto, one of the island's most beautiful natural sites. Then, he meets a local chef who teaches him how to make Malta's classic fish soup, aljotta.

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"EARTH ODYSSEY WITH DYLAN DREYER"

"SRI LANKA (EDD107)"

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02/16/2019 (10:30AM - 11:00AM) (Saturday) : On this episode of Earth Odyssey, Dylan Dreyer takes us to Sri Lanka. The lowland plains show how the elephants use the Minneriya tank to their advantage and how they travel in herds. Then, in Yala National Park, we travel to see spotted deer and how they've adapted their bodies and behavior to the tempestuous Sri Lankan climate. See how gray langurs, allies of the deer, warn of predators like the ferocious Sri Lankan leopard. Next, we see how toque macaques have taken to the ruins of Polonnaruwa. Later, we see why mugger crocodiles leave their stork neighbors alone.

"CONSUMER 101"

"RICO & RICO (CNR113)"

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02/16/2019 (11:00AM - 11:30AM) (Saturday) : Host Jack Rico learns the correct way to paint a wall from a Consumer Reports expert with a similar name. Then, we take to the skies as Jack learns all about drones. And we look at the Science behind fuel economy testing.

"NATURALLY, DANNY SEO"

"GREEN-LIVING SOLUTIONS (NDS313)"

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02/16/2019 (11:30AM - 12:00PM) (Saturday) : Danny Seo visits a green community that promotes sustainability, including a farm-to-table philosophy that reduces the distance that food travels; bakes oat flour into doughnuts that get sprinkled with surprising nutrition; elevates a SELFIE from the phone to a frame; and perks up plants with a nutrient-filled soil smoothie.

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"VETS SAVING PETS"

"TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE (VSP121)"

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02/16/2019 (12:00PM - 12:30PM) (Saturday) : Portuguese Water Dog Marley comes to the V.E.C. with a bloated, aching stomach. After an assessment from Dr. Evelyn Molnar, Marley is quickly prepped for surgery by Dr. Devon Boyd, who will need to work quickly to get Marley's stomach back in place. Then, 24-year-old CC the cat is brought to Dr. Dawn Martin when her existing kidney issues worsen. Are CC's problems a sign of dehydration, or could she have cancer? Later, Enzo the cat has a head wound that requires examination by Dr. Barbara Bryer. With a history of fighting with other cats, Dr. Bryer hopes Enzo's latest run-in doesn't lead to any serious repercussions.

"THE CHAMPION WITHIN"

"BETTER IN THE LONG RUN (HOC313)"

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02/16/2019 (12:30PM - 01:00PM) (Saturday) : In today's episode, after a painfully disappointing first Tour de France, Lawson Craddock overcame a broken scapula and a broken heart to raise money for his hometown of Houston. See how Lawson's will to raise money helped rebuild his home racing track after it was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Then, we hit the links with amateur golfer Albane Valenzuela, whose temperament on the course can be credited to Alexis, her caddy and little brother. Alexis has battled autism since birth, but Albane has been by his side, encouraging him to keep fighting and stay positive, much like Alexis does for Albane on the course. Then, golfer Bryson DeChambeau's win at the 2015 U.S. Amateur Championship was the beginning of something more significant than his golf career: it brought new life to his father, who was in need of a new kidney. When a friend of Bryson's father watched the final round of the 2015 U.S. Amateur, he felt compelled to reconnect with his old pal, and the rest is history. Then, see how the 2012 London Triathlon came down to a race of inches and became one of the greatest finishes in the history of long distance racing.

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"THE CHAMPION WITHIN"

"BACK ON TRACK (HOC314)"

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02/23/2019 (09:30AM - 10:00AM) (Saturday) : In today's episode, we meet the president of Sonoma Raceway, Steve Page, who sprung into action after forest fires devastated Sonoma County. Steve used his resources and influence to not only rebuild the Sonoma Raceway, but to help put the community back on track. Then, Mackenzie McRee's setback took years to overcome, as scoliosis kept her from everyday activities, not to mention golf. With hard work, Mackenzie was able to overcome what hurt her most and RISE above the bullying she received for her scoliosis to find solace on the golf course. Then, we hit the ice with Olympic gold medalists Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux. The Lamoureux twins are not only leaders on the U.S. Olympic Women's Hockey Team, but also leaders for gender equality in sports. After boycotting the International Ice Hockey Federation in 2017, the Lamoureux twins not only won an Olympic Gold Medal for the U.S., they took a huge step for women's rights in every sport. Plus, from a young age, Joanne Reid knew she wanted to be one of her country's next big sprinting superstars. Along the way, the 16-year-old has had plenty of national heroes to look up to.

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"THE VOYAGER WITH JOSH GARCIA"

"GREEK ISLAND GEM (VJG314)"

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02/23/2019 (10:00AM - 10:30AM) (Saturday) : Josh voyages to Corfu in the beautiful Ionian Sea. Eager to soak up Corfu's history, culture and cuisine, Josh heads to Corfu's Old Town and gets swept up by a dance troupe doing the popular dance, syrtaki. After taking a bow, he follows the quaint alleyways of Old Town to meet a baker known for her baklava, one of his favorite desserts. She gives Josh a lesson in how to make this sweet, phyllo dough-layered Greek treat. Next, Josh heads to the harbor and meets a boat captain for a sailing lesson on a traditional Greek boat, the trehantiri. After learning how to raise its sails, he enjoys some time at sea. Finally, Josh meets an olive grower to learn all about Corfu's olive trees, some of the oldest in the world and famous since ancient times. He sees how olives are harvested and learns the process of producing olive oil.

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"EARTH ODYSSEY WITH DYLAN DREYER"

"CAMBODIA (EDD108)"

ORIGINAL

02/23/2019 (10:30AM - 11:00AM) (Saturday) : Host Dylan Dreyer takes us to the watery kingdom of Cambodia. In the lush forests, we see the low-lying plains and the Mekong River. At the Tonlé Sap, the Asian elephant shows how it uses water to survive. We then see the ruins of Angkor, by the Khmer, and how macaques conquered it. Above, the black-shanked doucs swing branch to branch. On the forest floor, the moon bear displays its unique traits while a praying mantis makes the best of its big world. The Indochinese tiger makes an appearance before retreating back into the forest as the Burmese python slides through its daily routine.

"CONSUMER 101"

"REST ASSURED (CNR114)"

ORIGINAL

02/23/2019 (11:00AM - 11:30AM) (Saturday) : Host Jack Rico digs deep into how to find the right snow blower to clear a driveway. Then, is there a safe way to use a cellphone while driving? And with the help of a Consumer Reports expert, Jack learns all about choosing the right mattress to help get a good night's sleep.

"NATURALLY, DANNY SEO"

"A GOAT YOGA EXPERIENCE (NDS314)"

ORIGINAL

02/23/2019 (11:30AM - 12:00PM) (Saturday) : Danny Seo learns the surprising benefits of sharing a yoga mat with baby Nigerian dwarf goats; swaps cheese for nutritional yeast to bake dairy-free almond zucchini crackers; makes jars into stars with an easy glass-etching project; and offers an icy, aloe vera-infused idea for soothing sunburn.

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"VETS SAVING PETS"

"A RASH OF INJURIES (VSP122)"

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02/23/2019 (12:00PM - 12:30PM) (Saturday) : A little terrier named Anchor is carried into the V.E.C. with to a serious spinal cord compression that's preventing him from standing on all fours. Dr. Debbie James will need to determine whether removing a herniated disc can restore Anchor's ability to walk. Then, another terrier named Sydra is brought in after multiple trips to see cardiologist Dr. Regan Williams. Can the older dog's heart persevere BEYOND nature's course? Later, is Pekingese Ping's skin rash the result of a bacterial infection, or could it be a serious immune system disorder? It's up to Dr. Steve Waisglass to soothe poor Ping's sore skin.

"THE VOYAGER WITH JOSH GARCIA"

"UNDER THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA (VJG315)"

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03/02/2019 (10:00AM - 10:30AM) (Saturday) :

Josh's ship docks in Savona, Italy, a gateway to the Italian Riviera, and he explores the nearby hill towns of Noli and Finalborgo by bike for breathtaking views of the Mediterranean coastline. Accompanied by a local guide, he learns about the building of medieval castles and towers. Next, he dives into the Mediterranean Sea to explore a unique scuba destination and underwater research project. Guided inside one of six biospheres, Josh learns how plants are being grown as part of an experiment which hopes to prove the viability of sustainable underwater farming. Then, Josh meets a local chef in Cervo and joins her in her kitchen for a lesson in the art of making pansotti, a regional pasta dish similar to ravioli, and a favorite served at Italian family Sunday lunches.

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"EARTH ODYSSEY WITH DYLAN DREYER"

"VIETNAM (EDD101)"

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03/02/2019 (10:30AM - 11:00AM) (Saturday) : Host Dylan Dreyer takes us on an excursion to the lush tropical landscape of Vietnam. We will travel into the lowlands to find yellow-cheeked gibbons. These monkeys are famous for the loud, odd-sounding melodies they use to mark their territories. She also meets one of the rarest species of primates once thought to be extinct, the Hatinh langur. We will learn about their strange social structure, eating habits and how they have made an unlikely home in the limestone caves in the cliffs of Halong Bay. Finally, Dylan travels to THE SON Tra primary forest, home to the red-shanked douc.

"CONSUMER 101"

"WAY AHEAD (CNR115)"

ORIGINAL

03/02/2019 (11:00AM - 11:30AM) (Saturday) : Host Jack Rico heads to the Consumer Reports auto test track to learn from a top car tester how to drive like a pro. Then, we have some top tips on how to stay safe when using a peer-to-peer payment app. And we get a fascinating look inside the mind of a top scientist by asking him to perform a simple task: clean a kitchen.

"NATURALLY, DANNY SEO"

"BAKING WITH GESINE BULLOCK-PRADO (NDS315)"

ORIGINAL

03/02/2019 (11:30AM - 12:00PM) (Saturday) : Danny Seo gets the inside scoop on baking a beautiful Bundt from celebrity baker Gesine Bullock-Prado; shares a supercharged snack recipe for energizing, coconut-covered vitality bites; ropes you in for a DIY craft that turns used containers into designer-style buckets; and reveals new uses for all-but-forgotten condiment packets.

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"VETS SAVING PETS"

"DR. JAMES SAVES THE DAY (VSP123)"

ORIGINAL

03/02/2019 (12:00PM - 12:30PM) (Saturday) : Burger the dachshund comes to the V.E.C. with a highly sensitive and pained back. It's up to Dr. Debbie James to diagnose the problem as soon as possible and get Burger into surgery to prevent paralysis in his hind legs. Then, Dr. James receives a Bengal cat named Simba, and something has struck a nerve with his ability to walk. Dr. James suspects a neurological disorder, but can she put the spring back in his step? Later, when young Saint Bernard puppy Harley's legs begin to fail, Dr. James takes her under the knife to repair her spine and get her back on her paws.

"THE CHAMPION WITHIN"

"AGAINST ALL ODDS (HOC309)"

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03/02/2019 (12:30PM - 01:00PM) (Saturday) : Saquon Barkley was one of the most highly touted players to ever come out of COLLEGE FOOTBALL and into the NFL. His size and strength made him a sure Top 5 draft pick, but it was his family and upbringing that molded him into a man with great character and the will to lead. With the help of Peter King, we get an inside look at Saquon's upbringing, his family and his determination. Then, we hit the links with professional golfer Mel Reid. Mel's early success was measured by her wins on the Ladies European Tour, but her recent success is measured by her ability to overcome the tragic loss of her mother. We learn how Mel overcame tragedy without letting it define who she is. Then, we hit the ice with the Brandt Sisters. Hannah and Marissa could barely walk when Marissa was adopted into the Brandt family from South Korea. But without missing a step, the Brandt Sisters dominated the Junior Hockey League. Then in the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, Marissa was picked to play for her native country of South Korea, marking the first time the Brandt Sisters would ever face off. Plus, a look at Marty Fleckman's golf career. Marty started hot, but his desire to replicate the swing of Byron Nelson got in the way of his own personal athletic growth.

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