wkar TV Schedule

Saturday, July 26
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Program
2:00 AM
Tina Fey: The Mark Twain Prize
Tina Fey is honored with the 13th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. The program features Fred Armisen, Steve Carell, Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Hudson, Jane Krakowski, Steve Martin, Seth Meyers, Lorne Michaels, Tracy Morgan, Amy Poehler.
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3:30 AM
Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine
A portrait of artist Emery Blagdon (1907-86), who used old cast-off materials to create a "healing machine," which he deemed could generate natural energy with healing powers.
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4:00 AM
Last Tango in Halifax
Robbie is not best pleased when Judith reveals that John had a one night stand with Gillian and Carline meets a potential sperm donor.
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4:00 AM
Last Tango in Halifax
Sad news inspires Alan and Celia to have another wedding ceremony for family and friends; Caroline and Kate spend a weekend away, but it doesn't go as planned; and Judith causes trouble between Gillian and Robbie.
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5:00 AM
The This Old House Hour
“Arlington Italianate Project 2014: Additional Details”
The new kitchen windows are examined; vertical beaded siding is installed; 150-year-old corbels are replicated; and connecting cast iron waste pipes with a lead and oakum joint is demonstrated. In the second half: a rotted porch post is repaired.
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6:00 AM
Barney & Friends
“Things I Can Do; Differences”
Baby Bop, unhappy with her own talents, wants to play the keyboard like Riff and be able to skate like Barney. Also: Barney steps in when a wheelchair-bound child is ignored by his friends.
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6:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps
“Angelina's Musical Day; Angelina's Crazy Solo”
Ms. Mimi develops laryngitis while directing rehearsals for a class production of "Peter & the Wolf," so she communicates with the students by using musical notes. Then, Angelina tries to have her way when she and her friends put on a show.
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7:00 AM
Curious George
“George Goes for 100; Fearless George”
George loses the stripes on a 100-year-old-flag; George is fed up with taking out and then putting away his toys, which cuts into his playtime with Steve and Betsy.
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7:30 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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8:00 AM
Peg + Cat
“The Chicken Problem; The Space Creature Problem”
The series about a little girl and her feline pal who learn about math through their adventures opens with the pair shooing 100 chickens back into a coop before the farmer realizes they're out; and then moving 100 chickens from Big Mouth to a spaceship.
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8:30 AM
WordWorld
“Duck's First Sleepover; One Hat Fits All”
Duck is nervous about attending his first sleepover party because it's the first time he won't be sleeping in his nest. Also: Sheep loses her magician's hat on a windy day.
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9:00 AM
Martha Speaks
“Alice Twinkle Toes; Martha Fails the Course”
Alice is afraid to express an interest in ballet because of Ronald, who she thinks will tease her; Martha's attempt to become an agility dog flops.
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9:30 AM
The Electric Company
“Wordball Games”
The gang may have to forfeit the Wordball Games to the pranksters after Hector sprains his ankle.
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10:00 AM
DragonflyTV
“Habitats”
Habitats. Included: exploring California caves. Also: lizards, bats and malformed frogs.
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10:30 AM
Signing Time!
“My Things”
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11:00 AM
Peg + Cat
“The Chicken Problem; The Space Creature Problem”
The series about a little girl and her feline pal who learn about math through their adventures opens with the pair shooing 100 chickens back into a coop before the farmer realizes they're out; and then moving 100 chickens from Big Mouth to a spaceship.
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11:30 AM
Music Voyager
“From D.C. to Cajun Country”
India.Arie, West African singer Dobet Gnahoré and Israeli singer-songwriter Idan Raichel jam together in Washington, D.C. Also: a visit to Lafayette, La., features zydeco musician Cedric Watson, a crawfish cookout and a dance party.
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12:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Vienna”
Vienna: the palace of Maria Theresa; the Hapsburg crown jewels; a picnic on the Danube; strudel at an old-world cafe; waltzing to the music of Johann Strauss.
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12:30 PM
Victory Garden's edibleFeast
How Hurricane Irene impacted farmers in upstate New York; and how community-supported agriculture has helped them since. Also: side dishes made from farm-to-table ingredients; sustainable Asian carp from Peoria, Ill.; eggplant; a Chinese cabbage salad.
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1:00 PM
Under the Radar Michigan
“Mini Beer Makes Me Mega Funny”
Lansing is spotlighted. Included: a visit with the Lansing Lugnuts; a trip to a bed-and-breakfast in Marine City.
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1:30 PM
This Old House
“Arlington Italianate Project 2014: Additional Details”
The new kitchen windows are examined; vertical beaded siding is installed; 150-year-old corbels are replicated; and connecting cast iron waste pipes with a lead and oakum joint is demonstrated.
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2:00 PM
Ask This Old House
“Repairing a Rotted Porch Post; Dealing With High Indoor Humidity”
A rotted porch post is repaired; high indoor humidity is reduced.
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2:30 PM
Hometime
“Creekside Home Light & Glass”
New ways to use light and glass in a home are discussed.
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3:00 PM
The Woodwright's Shop
“Sharpen That Saw!”
How to make handsaws sing when sharpening them.
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3:30 PM
MotorWeek
“Hyundai Genesis”
The Hyundai Genesis and GM full-size SUVs are road tested.
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4:00 PM
Wilderness Journal
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4:30 PM
Michigan Out-of-Doors
A series aimed at outdoor-sports enthusiasts focuses on hunting and fishing. Also: wildlife and scenic areas around the state.
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5:00 PM
PBS NewsHour Weekend
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5:30 PM
Life of a Michigan Rail Trail
A look at the potential benefits of Michigan's bike trails and paths includes the results of a study by a state agency and area park managers.
6:00 PM
Conducting Hope
A documentary about the East Hill Singers, a prison choir at Lansing Correctional Facility in Kansas. Led by choir director Kirk Carson, the group—which consists of minimum-security inmates and community volunteers—performs throughout the state.
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7:00 PM
The Lawrence Welk Show
“Down on the Farm”
A 1973 farm-theme show, featuring "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm"; "Suddenly There's a Valley," with Norma Zimmer; "Turkey in the Straw," with Bobby Burgess and Cissy King; "Oh What a Beautiful Morning," with Joe Feeney; "Shine on Harvest Moon."
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8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow
“Vintage Salt Lake City”
Items appraised during a 1999 visit to Salt Lake City are revalued. Included: Napoleonic prisoner-of-war pieces; a Mormon certificate of gratitude; and beaded Kiowa objects.
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9:00 PM
Doc Martin
“The Holly Bears a Prickle”
Louisa dumps Martin after he makes an inappropriate remark, but he receives a second chance when Louisa calls on him to help an injured friend.
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10:00 PM
The Cafe
“Time and Tide”
Phil photographs Cyril's for the brochure; Chloe makes a surprise discovery.
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10:30 PM
The Red Green Show
“Hot Water Bottle”
The gang has fun with a hot water bottle.
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11:00 PM
Austin City Limits
“Phoenix”
Phoenix, a French rock band, perform selections from its 2013 "Bankrupt!" album, including "Entertainment," as well as the songs ""Lisztomania" and "1901."
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