Kid Stew

Sat, Aug 8 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Blake and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to convince Samuel Clemens he can make his mark with a career change; Armando reveals the inspiring perseverance of guitarist Django Reinhardt in KS Classics; author Lee Gramling shares the inspiration for his 'Cracker Westerns'; a visit with a professional bull rider and rodeo clown; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

Sat, Aug 15 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Armando gets into the 'Cool' career of composer Leonard Bernstein in KS Classics; author Jonathan Rosen (Night of the Living Cuddle Bunnies) reveals how his childhood fears inspire him; Madison time travels in the Kid Stew phone booth to the future of her dreams, when there is no pollution and libraries are at the center of society; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

Sat, Aug 22 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Caroline considers old fashioned remedies at David's apothecary shop; a time-travelling Ben Franklin checks out the status of his inventions in modern times with Samantha and Josiah at the library; breaking the addiction to social media "likes;" author Taryn Souders (Dead Possums are Fair Game) shares why math and ice cream are central to her writing; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

Sat, Aug 29 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Madison and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Jules Verne and help him take stock of his career options; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

Sat, Sep 5 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Kid Stew's Greatest Hits counts down the cast's favorite musical performances from Kid Stew so far including original songs "Part of the Art," "Communication Breakdown," and "Betsy Ross" along with music videos of the kids performing "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman, U2's "Beautiful Day," Alessia Cara's "Sit Still, Look Pretty, " and more.

Sat, Sep 12 7:00 A.M. Kid Stew     NH EXPLORE

Kid Stew's Best Moments features some of the cast's favorite sketches from the series so far, including time travel, parody skits, and reimagined fairy tales, with behind-the-scenes cast interviews.

Kid Stew By Episode

  • Kid Stew (#101)

    The kids get inspired by William Shakespeare, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, author Dave Barry, NFL running back Kenyan Drake, a ballerina, pinball art, a chalk artist, and Japanese culture.

  • Kid Stew (#102)

    The kids get inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, Franz Schubert, author Brad Meltzer, the art of Cosplay, voice actor Zach Callison, a violinist, sport stacking, and Italian culture.

  • Kid Stew (#103)

    The kids get inspired by Thomas Edison, Mozart, author Carl Hiaasen, street artist Lebo, conservationist/ artist Guy Harvey, YouTuber Angelic, a visit to a dark ride design studio, and Indian culture.

  • Kid Stew (#104)

    The kids get inspired by Cleopatra, Gustav Mahler, recycling fashion designer Sierra Decortova, the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, artist Eduoard Duval-Carrie, a guitarist, and Haitian culture.

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  • Kid Stew (#301)

    Madison and Samantha time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to meet author Mary Shelley and help her make a name for herself; the Really Big Brain explains the preservative qualities of ash in a Pompeii bakery; in Who Knew? Samantha discovers teenager Sybil Luddington, who rode with Paul Revere to warn the American colonists; author Chris Grabenstein (Mr.

  • Kid Stew (#302)

    The kids perform an original rap about libraries; Caroline visits a recording studio to learn about sound engineering; Madison and Armando time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to help Jackson Pollock finish a masterpiece; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#303)

    The kids learn to get past appearances; Madison and Milena time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to help the builders of Stonehenge understand calendars; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#304)

    Mount Olympus gets a makeover; Madison and Milena time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to ancient Sumaria to discover the origins of written communication; Percy Jackson author Rick Riordan reveals the origins of the Lightning Thief; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#305)

    Singing the library book fine blues; Madison, Satine, and Ozzie time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit artist Andy Warhol and change the definition of art; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#306)

    Blake and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to convince Samuel Clemens he can make his mark with a career change; Armando reveals the inspiring perseverance of guitarist Django Reinhardt in KS Classics; author Lee Gramling shares the inspiration for his 'Cracker Westerns'; a visit with a professional bull rider and rodeo clown; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#307)

    Armando gets into the 'Cool' career of composer Leonard Bernstein in KS Classics; author Jonathan Rosen (Night of the Living Cuddle Bunnies) reveals how his childhood fears inspire him; Madison time travels in the Kid Stew phone booth to the future of her dreams, when there is no pollution and libraries are at the center of society; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#308)

    Caroline considers old fashioned remedies at David's apothecary shop; a time-travelling Ben Franklin checks out the status of his inventions in modern times with Samantha and Josiah at the library; breaking the addiction to social media "likes;" author Taryn Souders (Dead Possums are Fair Game) shares why math and ice cream are central to her writing; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#309)

    Madison and Luke time travel in the Kid Stew phone booth to visit Jules Verne and help him take stock of his career options; Nicholas anchors Kid Stew Ewws!

  • Kid Stew (#310)

    Kid Stew's Greatest Hits counts down the cast's favorite musical performances from Kid Stew so far including original songs "Part of the Art," "Communication Breakdown," and "Betsy Ross" along with music videos of the kids performing "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman, U2's "Beautiful Day," Alessia Cara's "Sit Still, Look Pretty, " and more.

  • Kid Stew (#311)

    Kid Stew's Best Moments features some of the cast's favorite sketches from the series so far, including time travel, parody skits, and reimagined fairy tales, with behind-the-scenes cast interviews.



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