An upbeat family series that explores what you are curious about. In each episode, host Joel Greene takes viewers on an unscripted hands-on exploration to answer letters of curiosity. It strives to provide entertaining and educational programming for the entire family to enjoy.
Helicopter Making (#601) Duration: 25:34 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Fly through the Robinson Helicopter warehouse with host Joel Greene. Follow him as he learns all of the important steps it takes to put together these incredible machines - and then take them apart?
- KQED Kids: Sun, Jun 26, 2016 -- 5:00am
- KQED Kids: Sun, Jun 26, 2016 -- 4:00pm
Monterey Aquarium (#602) Duration: 27:05 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Join Joel Greene and the crew as they float through the Monterey Aquarium. Watch as Joel gets a chance to feed interesting mana fish while balancing over a massive fish tank.
- KQED Kids: Sun, Jun 26, 2016 -- 11:00pm
- KQED Kids: Mon, Jun 27, 2016 -- 5:00am
Dig This Construction Fun (#605) Duration: 26:27 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Have you ever wanted to operate a bulldozer or excavator? Dig This in Las Vegas allows Joel to hop in the driver seat to dig trenches, teeter on the top of dirt mounds, and even play basketball with these awesome machines.
Drum Sticks (#606) Duration: 25:45 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Join in this episode as Joel and professional child drummer Cole Marcus travel through the Vic Firth manufacturing facility to learn how drum sticks are made. Watch as Cole tries to teach Joel drumming tips and technique.
Mushrooms (#607) Duration: 27:22 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Have you ever wondered how mushrooms are grown? Follow Joel Greene and the CQ crew as they travel through the Monterey Mushrooms facility to learn how these fungi are grown.
Braille Publisher (#608) Duration: 25:24 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Did you know that Braille is a form of print that helps blind people read? Join Joel Greene as he learns how a Braille publisher makes Braille books.
Bed Making (#609) Duration: 26:35 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Most of us sleep on one every night, but have you ever wondered how beds are made? Follow the CQ crew and Joel Greene as the venture through the Banner Mattress facility to learn how beds are stitched and sewn together one by one.
Dog Sledding (#610) Duration: 25:50 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Have you ever wondered how dog sled teams practice in the summertime? Venture through this episode as we visit a dog sled camp as they demonstrate how these incredible creatures stay fit in between dog sled races.
Mirrors (#701) Duration: 25:10 STEREO TVG
Mirror mirror on the wall - please tell us how you are made. Join Joel and contest winner, Genna on this unique episode to answer the winning quest letter about how mirrors are made. Greene and Genna travel to North Carolina to experience the fascinating process of mirror making.
Goat Farming (#702) Duration: 25:53 STEREO TVG
Did you know that goats are great swimmers but hate to get wet? Join host Joel Greene on this entertaining quest to learn all about goat farming and how goat cheese is made. Be sure and keep an eye out for the sneaky goat that tried to eat our microphone!
Race Car Building (#703) Duration: 25:35 STEREO TVG
Have you ever wondered how race cars can go so fast? Or how they are built? Tune in as host Joel Greene ventures through the JR Motorsports facility in NC to experience what it's like to sit in a race car and learn all about the extensive process and testing they must go through in order to hit the track.
Cakes (#408) Duration: 26:18 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Join Joel on this tasty quest as he learns how to make designer cakes. Watch as he eats his way through his lessons and joins a cake maker to create a yummy masterpiece.
Ice Sculpting (#705) Duration: 25:12 STEREO TVG
Did you know that hot water freezes faster than cold water? Join host Joel Greene as he learns the art of ice sculpting. Experience the freezing temperatures that must be regulated in order to create these masterful creations.
Banjo Making (#706) Duration: 25:21 STEREO TVG
Did you know that banjos are made of three other instruments? Join host Joel Greene as he learns how banjos are made. Joel learns all about what gives the banjos that unique sound.
Corn Chips (#707) Duration: 24:54 STEREO TVG
Can you guess how many pieces of corn are in one corn chip? Join host Joel Greene on this tasty episode as he visits a factory to learn how corn chips are made.
Penguins (#708) Duration: 27:27 STEREO TVG
Did you know that some penguins can live in warm weather? Join host Joel Greene as he visits the Aquarium of the Pacific to learn all about Magellenic Penguins. He gets to watch them swim and listen to the loud noises they make. He even gets to pet and feed them!
Tofu (#709) Duration: 24:49 STEREO TVG
Have you ever wondered how tofu is made? Join host Joel Greene as he visits Oakland, California to learn how tofu is made. Greene gets to jump right into tasting the various types of tofu and tofu flavors.
Stickers (#710) Duration: 25:51 STEREO TVG
Did you know that some stickers can stick permanently? Join host Joel Greene as he visits a massive sticker manufacturer to learn how they make stickers. He even gets to witness a real laser making stickers and watch the amazing process of 3D stickers!
Making Fabric (#801H) Duration: 27:12 STEREO TVG
Have you ever wondered how wool fabric is made? Join Curiosity Quest host, Joel Greene as he travels to the Pendleton Factory to follow the process as wool is weaved into fabric.
Maui Adventure (#802H) Duration: 27:05 STEREO TVG
The Curiosity Quest crew travels to the Hawaiian Island of Maui to learn about Hawaiian culture, wind surfing and lavender fields.
Making Sugar (#803H) Duration: 26:55 STEREO TVG
Did you know that sugar cane stalks can reach up to 30 feet high? Join Curiosity Quest host, Joel Greene AND contest winner Jake as they tour the sugar cane fields and factory in Maui, Hawaii to learn how sugar is made.
Spiders (#804H) Duration: 27:03 STEREO TVG
Did you know that spiders are found of every continent of the world except for Antarctica? Curiosity Quest host, Joel Greene visits the Natural History Museum to learn all about various types of spiders and even some venomous ones.