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AMY'S MYTHIC MORNINGS

Tuesday, March 5th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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The Young Girl and the Geese - Ojibway

Amy finds herself in the role of the young girl who thinks she is better than everyone else. Amy makes a deal with the geese to fly south with them for the winter. She builds herself goose feather wings and announces to everyone to "look" at her. When everyone is watching, Amy crashes down, breaking the ice below. Alone, she learns that being the best isn't as important as being with friends and family.

Thursday, March 7th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Raven Steals The Sun - Haida

Amy, Casey and Theodore meet an unusual boy who is on his way to his village. The chief has stolen the sun and has absolute power over night and day. The kids and their new friend convince the Chief to play a "riddle" game show, with the winner receiving the gift of the sun. The lesson learned is not to steal.

Sunday, March 10th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Wild Woman of the Woods - Namgis

The wild woman of the woods captures the children to take them to live in her home forever. Theodore finds the courage to rescue them, but not without a little help from Mouse Woman. The lesson learned is always listen to your parents.

Tuesday, March 12th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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The Story of Inuksuk - Inuit

Amy, Casey and Theodore find themselves on an arctic adventure trying to help a young bear cub, named Keyush return home to his mom after he gets lost with them. The group uses Inukshuk markers as clues to find their way back home. The lesson learned is, always tell someone where you are going.

Thursday, March 14th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Coho Learns to Jump - Coast Salish

Amy, Casey and Theodore help a lone Coho salmon learn to jump so he can join his family on their journey upstream. They enter the world of the salmon and help Coho learn to jump. The lesson learned is to believe in yourself and work hard.

Sunday, March 17th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Musical Adventures

Amy introduces all the songs heard from each episode of season 1

Tuesday, March 19th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Lessons In Learning

Amy re-caps all the adventures and lessons learned in season 1

Thursday, March 21st

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Thunderbird and Orca - Coast Salish

Granny helps the children by showing the way to an old man who could help them move the greedy Orca that was eating all of the salmon before they could reach the rivers. The lesson Thunderbird and Orca teach the children is that learning to share may be the best way they can all live in harmony.

Sunday, March 24th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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The Young Girl and the Geese - Ojibway

Amy finds herself in the role of the young girl who thinks she is better than everyone else. Amy makes a deal with the geese to fly south with them for the winter. She builds herself goose feather wings and announces to everyone to "look" at her. When everyone is watching, Amy crashes down, breaking the ice below. Alone, she learns that being the best isn't as important as being with friends and family.

Tuesday, March 26th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Raven Steals The Sun - Haida

Amy, Casey and Theodore meet an unusual boy who is on his way to his village. The chief has stolen the sun and has absolute power over night and day. The kids and their new friend convince the Chief to play a "riddle" game show, with the winner receiving the gift of the sun. The lesson learned is not to steal.

Thursday, March 28th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Wild Woman of the Woods - Namgis

The wild woman of the woods captures the children to take them to live in her home forever. Theodore finds the courage to rescue them, but not without a little help from Mouse Woman. The lesson learned is always listen to your parents.

Sunday, March 31st

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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The Story of Inuksuk - Inuit

Amy, Casey and Theodore find themselves on an arctic adventure trying to help a young bear cub, named Keyush return home to his mom after he gets lost with them. The group uses Inukshuk markers as clues to find their way back home. The lesson learned is, always tell someone where you are going.

Tuesday, April 2nd

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Coho Learns to Jump - Coast Salish

Amy, Casey and Theodore help a lone Coho salmon learn to jump so he can join his family on their journey upstream. They enter the world of the salmon and help Coho learn to jump. The lesson learned is to believe in yourself and work hard.

Thursday, April 4th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Musical Adventures

Amy introduces all the songs heard from each episode of season 1

Sunday, April 7th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Lessons In Learning

Amy re-caps all the adventures and lessons learned in season 1

Tuesday, April 9th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Thunderbird and Orca - Coast Salish

Granny helps the children by showing the way to an old man who could help them move the greedy Orca that was eating all of the salmon before they could reach the rivers. The lesson Thunderbird and Orca teach the children is that learning to share may be the best way they can all live in harmony.

Thursday, April 11th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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The Young Girl and the Geese - Ojibway

Amy finds herself in the role of the young girl who thinks she is better than everyone else. Amy makes a deal with the geese to fly south with them for the winter. She builds herself goose feather wings and announces to everyone to "look" at her. When everyone is watching, Amy crashes down, breaking the ice below. Alone, she learns that being the best isn't as important as being with friends and family.

Sunday, April 14th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Raven Steals The Sun - Haida

Amy, Casey and Theodore meet an unusual boy who is on his way to his village. The chief has stolen the sun and has absolute power over night and day. The kids and their new friend convince the Chief to play a "riddle" game show, with the winner receiving the gift of the sun. The lesson learned is not to steal.

Tuesday, April 16th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Wild Woman of the Woods - Namgis

The wild woman of the woods captures the children to take them to live in her home forever. Theodore finds the courage to rescue them, but not without a little help from Mouse Woman. The lesson learned is always listen to your parents.

Thursday, April 18th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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The Story of Inuksuk - Inuit

Amy, Casey and Theodore find themselves on an arctic adventure trying to help a young bear cub, named Keyush return home to his mom after he gets lost with them. The group uses Inukshuk markers as clues to find their way back home. The lesson learned is, always tell someone where you are going.

Sunday, April 21st

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Coho Learns to Jump - Coast Salish

Amy, Casey and Theodore help a lone Coho salmon learn to jump so he can join his family on their journey upstream. They enter the world of the salmon and help Coho learn to jump. The lesson learned is to believe in yourself and work hard.

Tuesday, April 23rd

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Musical Adventures

Amy introduces all the songs heard from each episode of season 1

Thursday, April 25th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:01
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Amy's Lessons In Learning

Amy re-caps all the adventures and lessons learned in season 1

Sunday, April 28th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Thunderbird and Orca - Coast Salish

Granny helps the children by showing the way to an old man who could help them move the greedy Orca that was eating all of the salmon before they could reach the rivers. The lesson Thunderbird and Orca teach the children is that learning to share may be the best way they can all live in harmony.

Tuesday, April 30th

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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The Young Girl and the Geese - Ojibway

Amy finds herself in the role of the young girl who thinks she is better than everyone else. Amy makes a deal with the geese to fly south with them for the winter. She builds herself goose feather wings and announces to everyone to "look" at her. When everyone is watching, Amy crashes down, breaking the ice below. Alone, she learns that being the best isn't as important as being with friends and family.

Thursday, May 2nd

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Raven Steals The Sun - Haida

Amy, Casey and Theodore meet an unusual boy who is on his way to his village. The chief has stolen the sun and has absolute power over night and day. The kids and their new friend convince the Chief to play a "riddle" game show, with the winner receiving the gift of the sun. The lesson learned is not to steal.