wkar TV Schedule

Friday, April 18
Time
Program
4:00 AM
Nature
“Touching the Wild”
Naturalist Joe Hutto chronicles his experiences with a herd of wild mule deer in Wyoming's Wind River Mountains. It takes two years for him to gain their trust and acceptance, but once he does it's as if he's one of them.
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5:00 AM
Nova
“Inside Animal Minds: Dogs & Super Senses”
How animals use their senses. Included: the differences between wolves and dogs in how they interpret visual information and smells, as well as why they differ; and the ways in which animal brains process information provided by the senses.
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6:00 AM
Clifford the Big Red Dog
“Babysitter Blues; Saturday Morning”
Clifford teaches his baby-sitter a thing or two about having fun; T-Bone discovers the many ways people can spend quality time with those they love.
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6:30 AM
Martha Speaks
“Martha and Skits: Martha Plays a Part”
The family gets a new puppy named Skits, but he doesn't speak after eating the alphabet soup, and his disappointment causes him to run away from home. Also: Martha helps Helen prepare for a school play.
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7:00 AM
Arthur
“War of the Worms; I Owe You One”
Fern persuades Brain that Elwood City is under attack from giant worms; Buster tries to repay all of the favors he owes Arthur by helping everyone whom Arthur owes favors to.
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7:30 AM
Wild Kratts
“Rainforest Stew”
Gourmand wants to create a "rain-forest stew," which could disturb the delicate balance of the jungle ecosystem.
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8:00 AM
Curious George
“Go West, Young Monkey; Meet the New Neighbors”
George, Steve and Betsy lose a pin for a model-train set; George visits a Vietnamese grocery store and returns home with ingredients that don't work in the Man With the Yellow Hat's recipes.
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8:30 AM
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
“Manatees and Mansions; The Last Chocolate”
Nick and Sally learn to swim slowly from a manatee and her son; Nick and Sally help make chocolate.
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9:00 AM
Peg + Cat
“Yet Another Tree Problem; The Romeo and Juliet Problem”
Cat must figure out how to help Peg, who's stuck in a tree; Peg and Cat help their friend Romeo reach Juliet's balcony.
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9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train
“Long Claws; Tank's Sleep Over”
Buddy learns about the Therizinosaurus family's colossal claws; Tank doesn't want to go to sleep when he stays the night with the Pteranodons.
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10:00 AM
Sesame Street
“Baby Bear Hates Wee Tee-Ball”
Baby Bear's father is excited to teach Baby Bear how to play t-ball, but Baby Bear would rather draw.
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11:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
“Daniel Visits School; Daniel Visits the Doctor”
Daniel is nervous about visiting school for the first time; Daniel is anxious about going to the doctor for a checkup.
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11:30 AM
Super WHY!
“Little Red Riding Hood”
The Super Readers enter "Little Red Riding Hood," where they meet Red, her grandmother and the Wolf.
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12:00 PM
Sid the Science Kid
“Rock & Roll Easter”
Sid finds a shiny rock while searching for Easter eggs in the backyard. He takes it to school in order to identify it, and then he and his classmates don bunny ears and go on an Easter Rock Hunt.
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12:30 PM
Thomas & Friends
“Special Jobs”
Diesel abandons what he thinks is an unimportant task in order to find an important one; Emily wants more responsibility than just doing the football team's wash.
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1:00 PM
Clifford the Big Red Dog
“Babysitter Blues; Saturday Morning”
Clifford teaches his baby-sitter a thing or two about having fun; T-Bone discovers the many ways people can spend quality time with those they love.
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1:30 PM
Caillou
“Springtime!”
Caillou's glad about spring, but disappointed that there won't be any snow; he and Sarah try to save a patch of snow; Mom and Dad do spring cleaning; Caillou's happy that it's raining; and he's very pleased about a rummage sale.
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2:00 PM
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo
“Quack and the Very Big Rock; Shadow Play; Pocoyo---My Pato!”
It's Pato's birthday, but Pocoyo and Elly have forgotten all about it. Meanwhile, Peep, Quack, and Chirp discover their shadows.
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2:30 PM
Dinosaur Train
“Long Claws; Tank's Sleep Over”
Buddy learns about the Therizinosaurus family's colossal claws; Tank doesn't want to go to sleep when he stays the night with the Pteranodons.
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3:00 PM
Peg + Cat
“Yet Another Tree Problem; The Romeo and Juliet Problem”
Cat must figure out how to help Peg, who's stuck in a tree; Peg and Cat help their friend Romeo reach Juliet's balcony.
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3:30 PM
Cyberchase
“The X-Factor”
When a seemingly harmless act turns into a tsunami of trouble in Perfectamundo, the kids use the power of multiplication to find a solution.
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4:00 PM
Curious George
“Go West, Young Monkey; Meet the New Neighbors”
George, Steve and Betsy lose a pin for a model-train set; George visits a Vietnamese grocery store and returns home with ingredients that don't work in the Man With the Yellow Hat's recipes.
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4:30 PM
Arthur
“War of the Worms; I Owe You One”
Fern persuades Brain that Elwood City is under attack from giant worms; Buster tries to repay all of the favors he owes Arthur by helping everyone whom Arthur owes favors to.
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5:00 PM
WordGirl
“Invasion of the Bunny Lovers”
Mr. Big and Dr. Two Brains join forces in an attempt to control the minds of everyone in the city.
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5:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Rainforest Stew”
Gourmand wants to create a "rain-forest stew," which could disturb the delicate balance of the jungle ecosystem.
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6:00 PM
BBC World News America
News from around the world is presented.
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6:30 PM
Nightly Business Report
A long-running weeknight business-news magazine that includes market reports, company information, CEO interviews and economic commentary. `NBR' began as a local broadcast in Miami in 1979.
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7:00 PM
PBS NewsHour
Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
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8:00 PM
Washington Week With Gwen Ifill
Topics include the crisis in Ukraine; two domestic terrorism cases; political fund-raising during the first quarter of 2014; and Sen. Rand Paul's efforts to satisfy grassroot conservatives while also calling for a more inclusive Republican Party.
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8:30 PM
Off the Record
State government issues and events are examined.
9:00 PM
BackStage Pass
“Big Llou and the BluesVille Review”
Big Llou and the BluesVille Review perform.
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10:00 PM
Peter Pan From the Milwaukee Ballet
The Milwaukee Ballet performs an adaptation of J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan," starring Marc Petrocci as Pan and Valerie Harmon as Wendy. Choreographed by Milwaukee Ballet artistic director Michael Pink, it features a score by composer Philip Feeney.
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