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Curiosity is a TV show. The curiosity TV show is aired at the Oprah Winfrey Network that is abbreviated as OWN. The show comes up one time a month on Saturday mornings at 1200 p.m. on channel 45. The channel operates all day long. That is day and night, 7 days a week.

The presenter of this curiosity show is a female. And she is also a teacher. The reason why she started this show is as a result of her experience as a teacher. The aim of the curiosity show is to help the youth to have an interest in reading. That is to arouse their curiosity to learn new things. The targeted population or the curiosity show is the youth.

The presenter says she came up with this show because, as a teacher she noticed that many children are lazy and do not want to read. She says that reading is an integral part of the learning process and can not be over emphasized. That her show acts as a booster to the children she teaches and many others out there.

In one of her shows, she talks about the importance of reading. That reading helps to open the minds of the children. That as they read, they are even more curious to continue as they learn new things. Learning new things through reading challenges them and makes them read a lot.

She says as a teacher, she has noticed that children who read at home perform better in class than children who do not read at home. She also encourages parents to take time of their very busy schedules and help out their children at home.

She says following them up is very important. That as you follow them up to do their assignments, make sure that you encourage them to read as many books as possible.

You can take part in the curiosity show through phone calls and make your contributions or ask questions as the need may be.

Sunday 8:00 PM et/pt on Discovery Channel
2 Seasons, 31 Episodes
August 7, 2011
Documentary & Biography, Family
Cast: Josh Charles, Martin Sheen
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Curiosity Full Episode Guide

  • Footage of where the giant squid lives is revealed.

  • Curiosity reveals the secrets of Yellowstone's natural wonders with stunning new visual evidence. X-Ray Yellowstone is the first ever to use x-ray technology to capture nature's most spectacular events.

  • The sun was created over 4 billion years ago and is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit, creating enough light and heat for Earth and it's inhabitants to live. But the sun is also capable of a massive storm that could cripple our world in ways unimaginable.

  • The secrets of Yellowstone's natural wonders are revealed using visual x-ray evidence.

  • A team of aeronautical engineers will build a perfectly accurate replica of the Hindenburg and put the five leading theories for its demise to the test to reveal what really destroyed the Hindenburg.

  • Predicting volcanic eruptions is nearly impossible. Using the latest technologies, leading experts take viewers into the heart of a volcano and demonstrate how they hope to predict an eruption.

  • Captured in a single, animated time lapsed shot, and based on the latest archeological findings, we trace our epic journey from the first spark of life billions of years ago up to our present status as the most successful species on the planet.

  • Hurricane Sandy is one of the most treacherous storms to hit the US. Watch interviews with those who experienced the event first hand and uncover how distinct phenomena combined to create the perfect storm and how to prepare for the next one.

  • An in-depth look at Americans' sex life.

  • An in-depth look at how human cells combat viruses.

  • One scientist is on a quest to answer an ancient mystery: how did the Egyptians perfectly preserve mummies? A terminally ill man offers up his body. Now, for the first time in over a millennium, researchers practice the art of mummification.

  • The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle. Researchers turn to science to explain the unknown. Could methane bubbles, rogue waves or lightening be responsible? Scientists put all 3 theories to the ultimate test.

  • In a TV first, Discovery Channel remote control crashes a 727 plane into the dessert...all in the name of science. With cameras and crash test dummies on board, leading experts attempt to capture a plane crash as it unfolds to help improve airline safety.

  • Robin Williams, who's experienced both the highs and lows of substance abuse, hosts a groundbreaking TV experiment. 4 heavy users on 4 of America's most abused drugs perform a series of physical tests to show exactly how drugs work.

  • Ever considered the worth of America? Imagine putting a dollar amount on everything in America -all the land, the resources under our feet, our homes, even the water we drink. For the first time, Donald Trump puts a value on it all.

  • The miracle of human fetal development.

  • Eli Roth, director of horror classic Hostel, is searching for the true nature of Evil. In a series of experiments, he examines what causes people to perform evil acts, then the daring test - could ordinary people perform acts of violence on strangers.

  • Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs) becomes a human lab rat to learn firsthand to uncover the hidden world of creepy crawlies that live on the human body.

  • Adam Savage is 1,000 years old and thinks about his life and how science in the 21st century made it possible for him to live forever.

  • Only 1% of Ancient Egypt has been discovered. Now for the first time, using unique satellite archaeology, the sand will be blown to reveal Egypt's ancient land as it was 4,000 years ago.

  • Morgan Spurlock and his small group continue their experiment to live in the wild only stone-age technology.

  • Nine average men and women attempt to survive in the wild using only stone-age technology.

  • About 2,600 years ago, Plato described the legendary city of Atlantis, but was it real and where is it now? There are plenty of theories about what happened to the city and where it might show up. What do you think?

  • The Mayans predict that the earth will be destroyed on December 21, 2012. But how likely is a global apocalypse from a scientific point of view?

  • Explore the forces of nature that forged North America; follow how a mass of molten rock formed into land, mountains, and plains, creating the world we know.

  • Could there be more than one version of reality - and more than one you? Scientists unravel the possibility, an astounding one emerges: these parallel worlds could determine the destiny of the entire universe.

  • It's almost been a century since the Titanic sank. We think we know the history, but is it the truth? Drawing on detailed trial records that describe the sinking, we recreate both the science and human drama of one of history's greatest stories.

  • The orgasm is one of the most gratifying pleasures known to humans. But orgasms are simply for reproduction in men, but what about for women?

  • Scientists and military strategists discuss what would happen if aliens invaded earth.

  • The world's most famous living scientist takes on the ultimate question: was God the ultimate creator?

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