Amazon Prime Video Channel Streaming New Collection Of ‘Dinosaur Train’ Episodes; ‘Molly Of Denali,’ ‘Arthur’ Episodes Coming

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PBS Kids is streaming more episodes of Dinosaur Train on the PBS Kids Amazon Prime Video Channel.

Dinosaur TrainVolume 10 started streaming Friday. The five-episode collection features the episodes ‘The Tiny-Saur Train/How Many Horns,’ ‘Don’s Hole-iday’/’We’re Not All Dinosaurs,’ ‘Gilbert The Conductor’/A Clubhouse of Their Own,’ ‘Mom Was A Kid Once (Parts 1 & 2)’ and ‘A Brand New Species (Parts 1 & 2).’

This latest collection of episodes takes the Pteranodon kids off to China for one episode.  In yet another episode, the kids meet a new friend who happens to be a small mammal named Adele Alphadon.  ‘A Treehouse of their Own’ finds the Pteranodon kids wanting a place of their own to hang out that is separate from that of the neighbors.  The kids eventually find the right materials to build their treehouse, thanks to help from their mom.

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The Dinosaur Train episodes that are streaming now via the PBS Kids Amazon Prime Video Channel will help audiences pass the time until the premiere of Molly of Denali Volume Four and the new Arthur special, ‘The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur.’  The prior is scheduled to start streaming Jan. 17 and will feature five episodes from the fledgling series while the latter is scheduled to start streaming Jan. 21.

Molly of Denali Volume Four will feature the episodes ‘Northern Lights/Fiddlesticks,’ ‘Mollyball/Visit Qyah,’ ‘The Night Manager/Not So Permafrost,’ ‘Tooth or Consequences’/Qyah Spy’ and ‘Ice Scuplture/Tale of the Totem.’

‘Northern Lights’ presents Molly working to introduce her friend Trini to the famed Northern Lights after Trini confesses she has never seen them in person.  Molly and her friends make up their own game called ‘Mollyball’ in the aptly-named episode after wet cements ruins plans by Molly and her friends to play a game of basketball.

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In Arthur‘s new movie ‘The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur,’ Arthur learns an important lesson about family and about music, culture and history when he and his family take a trip to visit his Great-Grand Uncle Theo.  Theo is celebrating his 85th birthday, and as the family celebrates, Arthur leans that life in the country is dramatically different from life in the city.

‘The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur’ runs one hour.

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PBS Delves Into The Realm Of Bears In New ‘Nature’ Episode

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Bears are among the world’s most awe-inspiring creatures.  From the powerful grizzly bear, to the sloth bear to the polar and panda bears and beyond, bears are key to so many ecosystems around the world. Now later this month, PBS Distribution will present a new profile of the world’s various bear species in the apty titled Nature episode Bears.

NatureBears is  scheduled for release Jan. 28 on DVD and digital.  The hour-long program does more than just profile bears and the adaptations the help them survive.  It also examines the impact of humans on that ability to survive.

The trailer for the program is streaming online here.  The DVD will retail for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.

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PBS Distribution “Goes Big” With New ‘Nature’ Documentary

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Nature is full of giant creatures, and in a new episode of its hit wildlife series Nature, PBS will introduce audiences to some of nature’s biggest beasts.

NatureNature’s Biggest Beasts is scheduled for release Tuesday on DVD and digital.  The hour-long program examines how the Komodo Dragon uses its powerful bite to maintain its place in its ecosystem.  It also examines how the giraffe has to work extra hard to control its blood pressure as a result of its height.  As if that is not enough, the program presents the Blue Whale’s ability to eat up to four tons of krill daily in order to keep a full stomach.

Mammals are not the only creatures featured in PBS’ latest episode of Nature.  Even some of the largest animals in the insect world — the finger-length giant hornets of Japan — receive their own focus during the course of the presentation.

NatureNature’s Biggest Beasts will retail for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.

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PBS Takes Audiences On A Journey Along The Okavango River In New ‘Nature’ Episode

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The Okavango River is one of Africa’s most important bodies of water.

Instead of flowing out into the ocean, the river flows inland through Botswana and toward the Kalahari Desert.  The river creates a virtual paradise for the animals that live in the desert’s hostile environment.

Now in a new episode of NatureOkavangoRiver of Dreams, PBS examines the river and its part in the region’s ecosystem.  Along the course of the journey along the river, viewers watch an injured lioness left for dead by her pride as she recovers and tries to care for her cubs.  Audiences also see warthog families sharing dens, protecting one another from predators, such as lions and leopards.

NatureOkavangoRiver of Dreams is retailing for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.

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Automated Cars Get New Attention In New ‘NOVA’ Episode

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PBS is examining the rise of automated vehicles in another new episode of its hit science-based series NOVA.

NOVALook Who’s Driving is scheduled for release Tuesday.  The program focuses on the increasing presence of automated vehicles on America’s roads.  The new episode also examines the safety of those computer-driven vehicles.

In the process, the program examines the number of start-ups that have come into existence in the rush to take advantage of this latest technological advance from the auto industry.  It examines whether those companies are just cashing in on the trend or if they are actually working to produced a safe product for consumers.

NOVALook Who’s Driving will retail for MSRP of $$24.99, but can be ordered now at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.

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PBS’ ‘NOVA’ Examines The ‘Rise Of The Mammals’ In New Episode

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Approximately 66 million years ago, an asteroid collided with Earth and caused an ecological disaster that wiped out the dinosaurs and led to the start of what has since been dubbed the “Age of Mammals.”  Now in a new episode of its hit science-based series NOVA, audiences are taken through that age and the evolution of mammals.

Scheduled for release Jan. 21 on DVD and digital, NOVA: Rise of the Mammals examines which creatures survived the disaster that wiped out three out of four every kind of living being following the impact of the noted asteroid.  It also examines how quickly the noted surviving species returned to prominence and how the planet in whole recovered from the noted global cataclysm.

The examination comes from the discovery, in 2016, of fossils that show how various plants and animals came back from the brink of extinction.

NOVARise of the Mammals will retail for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered now at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.  More information on this and other episodes of NOVA is available online at:

 

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PBS Distribution Announces Release Date For New ‘NOVA’ Episode, ‘Dead Sea Scrolls Detectives’

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PBS Distribution will release a new episode of PBS’ series NOVA later this month that focus on the Dead Sea Scrolls.

NOVADead Sea Scroll Detectives is scheduled for release Jan. 21 on DVD and digital.  The program follows scientists as they work to figure out why some of the Dead Sea Scrolls have survived for more than 2,000 years while other others have fallen victim to the elements in that time.

The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest known copy of the Hebrew Bible.  To this day, it is still not known who composed the writings in the scrolls.  It is also unknown if more scrolls exist anywhere else.

As the scientists work to decode the writings on the scroll fragments, they also discover counterfeit copies of the scrolls.

NOVADead Sea Scroll Detectives will retail for MSRP of $24.99, but can be ordered at a reduced price of $19.99 through PBS’ online store.

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