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Kid Stew

Website: https://www.southfloridapbs.org/kid-stew
Next Airing: Sun, Sep 19th, 2021 at 8:30 AM on UEN-TV

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Created by best-selling author James Patterson, KID STEW is a fast-paced, irreverent series that's by kids, about kids and for kids. The show holds young viewers' attention with jokes, original music videos and fun sketches by its cast of relatable pre-teens - including Armando, Blake, Caroline, David, Luke, Madison, Milena, Nicholas, Satine, new cast members Josiah and Samantha, and their mascot dog Ozzie - all the while encouraging kids to explore books, science, history, music and creative expression.

Episodes:

  • Mount Olympus gets a makeover; Madison and Milena time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to ancient Sumaria to discover the origins of written communication; Percy Jackson author Rick Riordan reveals the origins of the Lightning Thief; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" in Who Knew? Milena discovers Nellie Bly, who broke the mold for newspaper reporting as the first woman to go undercover and travel the world; a virtual visit to Greece; meet Amazing Kids who perform with a professional opera company; Samantha celebrates the passion of opera singer Enrico Caruso in KS Classics; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen about healthy salads; a musical reminder to give books a chance; and more.

    Next Airing: Sun, Sep 19th, 2021 at 8:30 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:45
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Blake and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to convince Samuel Clemens he can make his mark with a career change; Armando reveals the inspiring perseverance of guitarist Django Reinhardt in KS Classics; author Lee Gramling shares the inspiration for his 'Cracker Westerns'; a visit with a professional bull rider and rodeo clown; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" in Who Knew? Satine discovers athletics activist Bunny Sandler, who was responsible for the passing of Title IX;; a virtual visit to Denmark; Amazing Kids discovers sisters Alexa and Avery, who write songs inspired by their rescue dog to raise awareness and money for shelter dogs as A. Rae Band; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen over breakfast; and more.

    Next Airing: Mon, Sep 20th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Singing the library book fine blues; Madison, Satine, and Ozzie time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit artist Andy Warhol and change the definition of art; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" the Really Big Brain reveals the startling truth about a planet that looks like Earth; in Who Knew? Nicholas discovers Maurice Hilleman, who invented many of today's vaccines; a virtual visit to Panama; Josiah explores the iconic lyrics of folk legend Woody Guthrie in KS Classics; Amazing Kids visits teen sister and brother dance duo McKenzi Brooke and Reif Howey; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen over minerals; and more.

    Next Airing: Sun, Sep 26th, 2021 at 9:30 AM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Armando gets into the 'Cool' career of composer Leonard Bernstein in KS Classics; author Jonathan Rosen (Night of the Living Cuddle Bunnies) reveals how his childhood fears inspire him; Madison time travels in the Kid Stew phone booth to the future of her dreams, when there is no pollution and libraries are at the center of society; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Amazing Kids profiles piano and drum prodigy Jacob Velazquez; dancing the "Book Scootin' Boogie;" Milena celebrates Ravi Shankar's introduction of the sitar to Western music in KS Classics; muralist and skateboard artist Josh Row; a virtual visit to Russia; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen about sugar; in Who Knew? Blake discovers Sherpa guide Tenzing Norgay, who made the first summit of Mount Everest possible; and more.

    Next Airing: Mon, Sep 27th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Caroline considers old fashioned remedies at David's apothecary shop; a time-travelling Ben Franklin checks out the status of his inventions in modern times with Samantha and Josiah at the library; breaking the addiction to social media "likes;" author Taryn Souders (Dead Possums are Fair Game) shares why math and ice cream are central to her writing; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Josiah learns how Etta James found her voice at last in KS Classics; a virtual visit to Estonia; an ode to classic books; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen over pasta meals; in Who Knew? Milena discovers movie star Hedy Lamarr invented the broad-spectrum technology behind Wi-fi; Amazing Kids visits balloon artist Finn Thompson at work on his one-of-a-kind dresses; and more.

    Next Airing: Mon, Oct 4th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Madison and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Jules Verne and help him take stock of his career options; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Satine participates in a shark tagging expedition with marine biologists; the Really Big Brain explains the cause of Red Tide; Mer Chronicles author Tobie Easton shares her inspiration; a visit with the Amazing Kids studying the environment at the Cloud Forest School in Costa Rica; in Who Knew? David reveals fossil hunter Mary Anning's impact on paleontology; and more.

    Next Airing: Mon, Oct 11th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:45
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Kid Stew's Greatest Hits counts down the cast's favorite musical performances from Kid Stew so far including original songs "Part of the Art," "Communication Breakdown," and "Betsy Ross" along with music videos of the kids performing "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman, U2's "Beautiful Day," Alessia Cara's "Sit Still, Look Pretty, " and more.

    Next Airing: Mon, Oct 18th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:45
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Kid Stew's Best Moments features some of the cast's favorite sketches from the series so far, including time travel, parody skits, and reimagined fairy tales, with behind-the-scenes cast interviews.

    Next Airing: Mon, Oct 25th, 2021 at 3:30 PM on UEN-TV
    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • Madison and Armando time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Albert Einstein as he works out his theory of relativity, then check in with the Really Big Brain for more about gravity; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news “where the truth is always gross;” Author Judy Blume reveals her inspiration; ice sculptor Keith Martin explains his process for large scale outdoor art in Colorado; Satine visits her family’s native Norway where she explores the Vikings’ maritime history, visits a farm, and learns traditional dance; David helps explain the science behind trick birthday candles at Jorge’s Joke Shop; Amazing Kids spotlights a Swedish sailing school; a new twist on “Hansel and Gretel;” reaching out to lonely classmates; and more.

    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/1/2019 to 4/30/2022
  • Madison and Blake time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Alexander Graham Bell; Caroline and Nicholas visit with a scientist working on coral reef restoration; the kids encourage each other to Try Everything” in a musical performance; the Really Big Brain explains brain coral; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news “ where the truth is always gross;” a visit with the Copper Mountain ski patrol dogs; Adventures of Fraser the Yellow Dog author Jill Sheeley reveals her inspiration; David helps explain the science behind a magic trick at Jorge’s Joke Shop; Luke makes a virtual visit to France where he meets modern Impressionist Duaív; Armando explores the work of Philip Glass in KS Classics; “Little Red Riding Hood” works to prevent wolf extinction; the girls take ownership of body image and confidence; and more.

    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/1/2019 to 4/30/2022
  • Luke and Nicholas consider their prehistoric ancestors; Madison and Nicholas time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Marie Curie; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news “where the truth is always gross;” “My Fair Lady” gets a makeover; The School for Good and Evil author Soman Chainani reveals his inspiration; Armando explores Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass legacy in KS Classics; “Snow White” offers an alternative ending; the Really Big Brain explains the impact of climate change on glaciers; Caroline makes a virtual visit to Polynesia where she learns about traditional transportation, navigation before GPS, hula and fire dancing; a revolutionary take on the American Revolution; Ozzie inspires a trip to the humane society; and more.

    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/1/2019 to 4/30/2022
  • Madison and David time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Pablo Picasso and later visit with the Really Big Brain to talk about how art affects the brain; Ozzie helps with a book recommendation; The Wild Robot author Peter Brown reveals his inspiration; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news “where the truth is always gross; Armando discovers the jazz legacy of Gil Evans with his son, Miles, and learns about jazz conducting; David makes a virtual visit to London for a tour that covers cultural landmarks from Shakespeare to Harry Potter; Armando explores the life and work of Duke Ellington in KS Classics; the kids explore Aztec customs in costume; and more.

    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/1/2019 to 4/30/2022
  • Madison and Samantha time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to meet author Mary Shelley and help her make a name for herself; the Really Big Brain explains the preservative qualities of ash in a Pompeii bakery; in Who Knew? Samantha discovers teenager Sybil Luddington, who rode with Paul Revere to warn the American colonists; author Chris Grabenstein (Mr. Lemoncello series) reveals his inspiration; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" Nicholas visits a marine archeologist; Josiah finds inspiration from Louis Armstrong in KS Classics; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen over portion size; Amazing Kids spotlights the world's youngest (age 8) ProAm and BMX stunt show rider; a musical ode to making mistakes; and more.

    Length: 00:28:45
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • The kids perform an original rap about libraries; Caroline visits a recording studio to learn about sound engineering; Madison and Armando time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to help Jackson Pollock finish a masterpiece; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" the Really Big Brain introduces the Antikythera mechanism, the first mechanical computer; in Who Knew? Madison discovers Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer to envision a use beyond numbers; Armando discovers why Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture was an explosive hit in KS Classics; the Wizard of Oz(zie;) "Bash Brothers" Cayden and Ethan Spurk are Amazing Kids making combat robots with their family; a virtual visit to Spain; and more.

    Length: 00:28:46
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022
  • The kids learn to get past appearances; Madison and Milena time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to help the builders of Stonehenge understand calendars; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!, the news "where the truth is always gross;" author Dorian Cirrone (The Big Scoop); the Really Big Brain explains the scientific value of coprolites; Caroline discovers Elizabeth Jennings Graham, the activist who took a stand against segregated public transportation long before Rosa Parks; a virtual visit to Germany; Satine finds inspiration in composer Richard Wagner's success as a 'late bloomer' in KS Classics; Luke and Josiah face off in the Kid Stew Kitchen about choosing proteins; Amazing Kid 11-year-old Max Garcia is a Karting national champion; Satine gets inspired by fellow drummer Gene Krupa's groundbreaking performances in KS Classics; and more.

    Length: 00:28:45
    Usage rights: 5/4/2020 to 5/3/2022

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