WKAR-HD/23 TV Schedule

Sunday, July 05
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Program
11:30 AM
Odd Squad
“How to Interrogate a Unicorn; The Briefcase”
Characters escape their books in the library; and a shape shifter swipes Ms. O's briefcase.
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12:00 PM
America's Heartland
A sheep roundup in Montana; an apple harvest in New England. Also: soybean products.
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12:30 PM
Off the Record
State government issues and events are examined.
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 Barack Obama's presidency; New Jersey governor Chris Christie's presidential bid; and the issues that are shaping the 2016 race for the White House.
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2:00 PM
Primary Care With Dr. Lonnie Joe
The health and care of African-Americans are discussed.
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2:30 PM
Spotlight on the News
A public-affairs series.
3:00 PM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly
Whether some charity can do harm; the ethics of gene editing; and the religious reaction to the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage.
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3:30 PM
Start Up
“Lip Service: Eco Lips; Sarcor”
Eco Lips, which makes organic lip balm; and Sarcor, a civil engineering firm that redesigns local communities.
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4:00 PM
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé
Food security is discussed.
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4:30 PM
Between the Lines With Barry Kibrick
“Bobby Hart - Psychedelic Bubble Gum”
Songwriter Bobby Hart, who co-wrote (with Tommy Boyce) many of the Monkees' hits, discusses his memoir, "Psychedelic Bubble Gum."
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5:00 PM
PBS NewsHour Weekend
Included: job applicants with criminal backgrounds.
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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
A homeowner who's underwater on her mortgage; financial basic training for soldiers. Also: taking advantage of 3D printing; finding joy in little things.
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6:30 PM
Tracks Ahead
“Images of the Past”
The Season 9 finale features six layouts created by a pair of California twins; a Seattle Sn3 layout; the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay; and a train that treks through the original oil fields of the U.S.
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7:00 PM
Doc Martin
“Hazardous Exposure”
Martin's mother returns; Penhale causes an asbestos scare; and Bert has a question for Jennifer.
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8:00 PM
Last Tango in Halifax
“Episode 2”
Alan finally tells his secret to Celia. She doesn't take the news well, however, and punishes Caroline for his mistake. In other events, Cheryl causes Gillian to lose her job.
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8:00 PM
Last Tango in Halifax
“Episode 2”
Celia is finally made aware of Alan's secret and punsihes Caroline at the wedding for his wrong-doing. Elsewhere, Cheryl pays a visit to Gillian who loses her job.
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9:00 PM
Poldark on Masterpiece
Ross opens the Wheal Leisure mine; and spars with the local gentry. In other events, rumors circulate of a scandalous relationship between Ross and Demelza; and Demelza's father demands that she return home.
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10:00 PM
The Crimson Field
Controversy comes to the camp as a private who had his hand shot off is accused of causing the injury himself and Major Yelland pushes for him to be court-martialled.
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10:00 PM
The Crimson Field
Thomas wrestles with his feelings for Kitty; a patient faces a court martial for supposedly causing his own wound; and Sister Joan reveals a dark secret to one of her patients.
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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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