wkar TV Schedule

Sunday, April 19
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Program
7:30 AM
Curious George
“Curious George, Sea Monkey; Old McGeorgie Had a Farm”
George rides in a submarine with the Man in the Yellow Hat to find a crashed weather satellite, and deep-sea dives on a coral reef to help retrieve it. Also: George and his guardian oversee the operation of a farm for a day.
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8:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
“Super Daniel; Play Pretend”
Daniel has imaginary adventures when he and Grandpère take Dad's lunchbox to the clock factory; Daniel and his classmates come up with creative backstories for a big cardboard box.
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8:30 AM
When Learning Comes Naturally
Outdoor-education programs that help kids experience the joys of nature.
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9:00 AM
Sesame Street
“Where's the Itsy Bitsy Spider?”
Elmo, Telly and Rosita search for Itsy Bitsy Spider in order to sing "Itsy Bitsy Spider" to her. Along the way, they meet a beetle and a grasshopper.
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9:30 AM
Martha Speaks
“Tomato, You Say; Martha Questions”
T.D. has a tomato on his shirt and Helen wants to know why; Martha can only speak in questions.
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10:00 AM
WordGirl
“Dr. Two Brains, Mr. Cheese; Kitty Cat Criminals”
Dr. Two Brains wants a new sidekick; the Butcher and Chuck try to steal feline artifacts.
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10:30 AM
Signing Time!
“Everyday Signs”
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11:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid
“Enough With the Seashells”
Sid tries to figure out how many seashells are in a jar, but there are too many to count. At school he learns a new way to determine the number: estimation, which he uses to come up with a number for the seashells, as well as for leaves and stars.
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11:30 AM
Odd Squad
“Rise of the Hydraclops; O Is Not for Old”
Olive and Otto need to find a treasure chest that Oscar buried in order to save the world; and the agents throw a surprise party for Ms. O.
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12:00 PM
America's Heartland
The use of goats on a Wyoming cattle ranch; harvesting sugar cane in Louisiana; adding bok choy to your diet. Also: a look at George Washington as a farmer.
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12:30 PM
Off the Record
State government issues and events are examined.
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1:00 PM
The McLaughlin Group
Long-running panel discussions on topical (mostly political) issues that sometimes play like a noisy family dinner in which everyone speaks at once, until moderator John McLaughlin brings all to order.
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1:30 PM
Washington Week With Gwen Ifill
Topics include the 2016 presidential campaign; GOP Congress; and Cuba.
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2:00 PM
America by the Numbers With Maria Hinojosa
“Surviving Year One”
An examination of infant mortality rates. Included: why babies die in Rochester, N.Y., at a rate that's two times higher than the national average; and why mothers of color in Rochester are three times more likely than white mothers to lose their babies.
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2:30 PM
Spotlight on the News
A public-affairs series.
3:00 PM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly
Ethical questions raised by advances in artificial intelligence; and "Mass mobs" (large numbers of Catholics who, spurred by social media, show up at a specific church for Sunday morning worship).
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3:30 PM
Start-Up
“Newalk a Mile in Their Shoes!”
Pink Pump, a trendy Michigan boutique; Newaukee, a social media site in Milwaukee for young professionals; the Chicago-based Urban Fit Clubs.
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4:00 PM
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé
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4:30 PM
Between the Lines With Barry Kibrick
“James Darren - Goodbye Cruel World”
Actor, singer and director James Darren is interviewed.
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5:00 PM
PBS NewsHour Weekend
Included: ransomware.
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5:30 PM
Charlie Rose: The Week
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6:00 PM
The Truth About Money With Ric Edelman
Retirement plans and the self-employed; what to do with a 401(k) from a former employer; what the future will be like once the world runs out of oil.
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6:30 PM
Tracks Ahead
“Saxon Taura Holiday Park”
A Saxon-inspired layout; a garden railroad in northern Kentucky; and a mountain railroad in Japan. Also: a Wisconsin rail artist.
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7:00 PM
Doc Martin
“Don't Let Go”
Penhale does his best to keep Maggie from leaving him again. In other events, Martin contemplates registering his son for boarding school and sets a date for the christening without consulting Louisa.
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8:00 PM
Call the Midwife
Sister Winifred cares for an expectant prostitute; Sister Monica Joan feels redundant as the midwives go about their work; Barbara can't understand why a man would pressure his wife for a son; and the bishop meets with Tom.
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9:00 PM
Mr. Selfridge on Masterpiece
Harry ups the stakes after a surprise move by Locksley; Princess Marie makes a move of her own; and Victor and Violette are caught off guard.
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9:55 PM
Wolf Hall on Masterpiece
It's left to Cromwell to orchestrate a marriage between Henry and Anne Boleyn. Cromwell is rewarded for his loyalty, but he's being watched by his enemies.
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11:00 PM
The McLaughlin Group
Long-running panel discussions on topical (mostly political) issues that sometimes play like a noisy family dinner in which everyone speaks at once, until moderator John McLaughlin brings all to order.
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11:30 PM
Off the Record
State government issues and events are examined.
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