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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

The genial, soft-spoken Mr. Rogers made every day special and every kid welcome in this long-running children's series.

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Mon., February 2, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Music  

An episode about music includes a performance by the Empire Brass Quintet and shows how each instrument sounds alone. Also: everyone gets ready for the “bass-violin festival” in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

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Tue., February 3, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Music  

Musician Tom O'Horgan visits and shows his collection of unusual instruments in an episode about music. Also: Mister Rogers plays piano and the “bass-violin festival” take place in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

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Wed., February 4, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Making and Creating  

Mister Rogers visits a playground built by adults and children. Also: he makes up a song at the piano; Daniel becomes a hero when he brings Corney's rocking-chair horse down from the sky in an episode about making and creating.

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Thu., February 5, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Making and Creating  

Mister Rogers visits a playground built by adults and children. Also: he makes up a song at the piano; Daniel becomes a hero when he brings Corney's rocking-chair horse down from the sky in an episode about making and creating.

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Fri., February 6, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Celebrations  

Mister Rogers visits a planetarium and sees a star show. Also: he plays basketball with Chuck Aber; a reminder that trying, not just succeeding, is what matters in an episode about celebrating.

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Mon., February 9, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Tue., February 10, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Wed., February 11, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Thu., February 12, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Fri., February 13, 2015
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.