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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 15, 2016
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Competition  

Chef Brockett is disappointed when he loses a decorating contest. Also: Mister Rogers recalls a visit with an artist; Big Bird arrives and reassures Henrietta that X the Owl will still be her friend in a look at competition.

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Tue., February 16, 2016
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Play  

Mister Rogers discusses the importance of play. Also: Bob Dog gets hurt helping X the Owl retrieve a ball that is stuck in a tree; the accident causes King Friday to ban play forever. Plus: a video of how a wooden-wheeled toy is made.

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Wed., February 17, 2016
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Play  

Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is sad because of King Friday's ban on play, which causes Lady Elaine to leave. Also: a film about how a real house is moved in this look at the importance of play.

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Thu., February 18, 2016
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Play  

Mister Rogers discusses the importance of imagination in play; Prince Tuesday speaks out against his father's ban on play. Also: Lou Schreiber plays various instruments.

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Thu., February 18, 2016
10:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

Topic: respecting privacy.

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Fri., February 19, 2016
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Play  

Mister Rogers visits an underground mushroom farm. Also: King Friday reconsiders his ban on play and Officer Clemmons finds Lady Elaine, in a look at play.

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Mon., February 22, 2016
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 23, 2016
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 24, 2016
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 25, 2016
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 26, 2016
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.