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Secret Mind of Slime

New research on extremely primitive life forms called slime molds, which navigate through life without a brain, could reveal the fundamental rules underlying all decision making. (60 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Wed, 9/30 at 8:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

A to Z: How Writing Changed the World

How the development of writing played a vital role in shaping world history, from the invention of paper to the printed book. (60 minutes)

Thu, 10/1 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

A to Z: How Writing Changed the World

How the development of writing played a vital role in shaping world history, from the invention of paper to the printed book. (60 minutes)

Fri, 10/2 at 1:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

A to Z: How Writing Changed the World

How the development of writing played a vital role in shaping world history, from the invention of paper to the printed book. (60 minutes)

Fri, 10/2 at 11:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Animal Espionage

Camera traps and drones offer an up-close look at animals without disturbing them, providing insight into the secret world of animals, including whales, tigers and giant armadillos. (60 minutes)

Sun, 10/4 at 3:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

A to Z: How Writing Changed the World

How the development of writing played a vital role in shaping world history, from the invention of paper to the printed book. (60 minutes)

Sun, 10/4 at 3:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

A to Z: The First Alphabet

Researchers uncover the evolution of writing and the story of the alphabet, dating back to millennia-old carvings in an Egyptian turquoise mine. (60 minutes)