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NBC SATAMTIME SCHEDULE as of: 02/16/2021 Tuesday February 16, 2021 - Monday March 8, 2021

"EARTH ODYSSEY WITH DYLAN DREYER"

"CORAL REEFS (EDD308)"

ORIGINAL

02/20/2021 (10:00AM - 10:30AM) (Saturday) : Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer leads us on an adventure around the world to explore the most fascinating coral reefs our oceans have to offer. We'll dive into reefs with amazing biodiversity, and we'll find that some of the most active reefs don't always live in warm waters. This exploration will give us an up close and personal look at these amazing ecosystems.





"WILD CHILD"

"COLDEST KIDS (WLC101)"

REPEAT

02/20/2021 (10:30AM - 11:00AM) (Saturday) : Today on Wild Child, host Sheinelle Jones takes us to the coldest places on Earth to spend a day with the animal families that love to chill out. From petite penguins to playful polar bears, we'll explore what it takes to be a family in the freezing temperatures.





"ROOTS LESS TRAVELED"

"WATCH ALONG WITH FARUQ (RLT208)"

ORIGINAL

02/20/2021 (11:00AM - 11:30AM) (Saturday) : Host Faruq Tauheed watches along as we take a peek at some of our most memorable moments. We take Rob and Michelle to Mexico where we learn that their cousin Ernesto gave the keys to Mexico City to John F. Kennedy and that their cousin Manuel died on the Titanic. Then, we go to Cuba where uncle and nephew Al and JR bond while learning that Al's grandfather owned 32 blocks in downtown Havana. Finally, we go on an historical Tennessee adventure with mother and son Sharee and DeVonn as they learn that their ancestor Larkin Ford, an African American man, owned land in Tennessee before the Civil War.





"ONE TEAM: THE POWER OF SPORTS"

"PAVING THE WAY ON PAVEMENT (TPS108)"

ORIGINAL

02/20/2021 (11:30AM - 12:00PM) (Saturday) : Today on One Team: The Power of Sports, hosted by Corey Robinson, runner Craig Engels shows us the sacrifices he has made to become one of the world's best in track and field. Then, champions have a certain mindset, and these Olympians are here to tell us how this mindset helps them succeed. Plus, driver Hailie Deegan came from a family of motor heads, and she's here to pave the way for more. Plus, we head to "The Huddle" to get advice from the best that sports has to offer.





"EARTH ODYSSEY WITH DYLAN DREYER"

"MADAGASCAR (EDD309)"

ORIGINAL

02/27/2021 (10:00AM - 10:30AM) (Saturday) : Today on Earth Odyssey, host Dylan Dreyer takes us on a journey to the island of Madagascar, where the wildlife is as fascinating as anywhere else in the world. Like one species of lemur that you won't find anywhere else on the planet, we'll find the animals that are unique to this epic island.





"WILD CHILD"

"SUMMER SESSION (WLC102)"

REPEAT

02/27/2021 (10:30AM - 11:00AM) (Saturday) : Today on Wild Child, host Sheinelle Jones takes us on a journey around the world to find the animal families who love summer. From guanaco grandchildren to manatee calves, we'll discover why these families survive and thrive in the season of summer.





"ROOTS LESS TRAVELED"

"WATCH ALONG WITH MICHELLE & ROB (RLT201)"

REPEAT

02/27/2021 (11:00AM - 11:30AM) (Saturday) : Watch along with half-siblings Michelle and Rob as they relive their journey to Mexico City, where host Faruq Tauheed helped them discover that they were related to a very famous Mexican political family. Their visit also included a trip to the ornate National Palace where their second cousin, Ernesto Uruchurtu, once gave the key to Mexico City to President John F. Kennedy. Michelle and Rob share what it was like to learn that their third cousin, Manuel Uruchurtu, died on the Titanic after giving up his seat on a lifeboat to a woman in need.





"ONE TEAM: THE POWER OF SPORTS"

"LEGENDARY CIRCUMSTANCES (TPS109)"

ORIGINAL

02/27/2021 (11:30AM - 12:00PM) (Saturday) : Today on One Team: The Power of Sports, hosted by Corey Robinson, we look back at our favorite stories of the season, starting with Olympic sprinter Noah Lyles teaching us the importance of being a well-rounded person. Then, basketball legend Sue Bird is leading a new generation of greatness into the Olympics. Then, hockey legend Cammi Granato made an impact on the ice and has no plans of slowing down. And later, the U.S. women's gymnastics program is one of the best in the world, and we're here to celebrate their hard work. Plus, Tony Dungy joins us in "The Huddle."





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