WKAR Create TV Schedule

Wednesday, August 05
Time
Program
3:30 AM
BBQ With Franklin
“Sausage”
Sausage is featured. Included: making it from scratch; and artisan sausage-making.
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4:00 AM
Hometime
“Creekside Home Central Vac”
Central vacuum systems are discussed.
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4:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe
“North England's Lake District and Durham”
Exploring England's Lake District, which is home to lakes, waterfalls, a slate mine and stony summits. Also: Hadrian's Wall; the Durham Cathedral.
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5:00 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
“The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz”
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5:30 AM
Martha Bakes
“Citrus”
The Season 4 premiere shows how to make orange chiffon cake; Shaker lemon pie with a three-ingredient filling; lime squares with pistachio graham-cracker crust; and an upside-down cake made with three kinds of citrus.
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6:00 AM
It's Sew Easy
“The New Century Begins: The 1900s”
Season 8, which features modern sewing techniques inspired by trends and fashions from 1900 through the 1970s, begins with a kimono duster and an heirloom baby bonnet.
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6:30 AM
Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around the World: China
“Beautiful Pagoda”
The Sakyamuni Pagoda of Fogong Temple in China's Shanxi Province is visited.
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7:00 AM
Mexico: One Plate at a Time
“A Chef's Path”
Mexico City's Central de Abastos, which is one of the world's largest markets, is visited with chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, who also shares how he makes suckling pig carnitas. Also: the evolution of Mexican food is discussed.
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7:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen
“Asia's Crossroads”
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8:00 AM
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
“Tailgate Warriors”
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8:30 AM
Body Electric
A daily series offering aerobic and body-sculpture exercises.
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9:00 AM
Curious Traveler
“Curious About...Asheville, North Carolina”
A visit to Ashville, N.C., explains why it's home to a French-like castle; why Henry Ford, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Thomas Edison all stayed in a hotel with an odd roof; and how Scotch-Irish immigrants created American country music.
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9:30 AM
Family Travel With Colleen Kelly
“The Palm Beaches - Lions and Turtles and Polo Ponies, Oh My!”
Palm Beach County, Fla., is visited. Included: a safari park; iconic Worth Avenue; and the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden. Also: a canoe ride through Riverbend Park; and lessons in surfing, polo and golf.
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10:00 AM
Ask This Old House
“Entry Shelf Build; Rough Electric Install”
How to build a basic entry shelf from poplar and plywood; and wire a room for outlets and lighting.
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10:30 AM
American Woodshop
“Scroll Saw Puzzles & Home Models”
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11:00 AM
Garden Smart
Managing water runoff is discussed.
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11:30 AM
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting
“Terrific Table Topper”
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12:00 PM
It's Sew Easy
“The New Century Begins: The 1900s”
Season 8, which features modern sewing techniques inspired by trends and fashions from 1900 through the 1970s, begins with a kimono duster and an heirloom baby bonnet.
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12:30 PM
Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around the World: China
“Beautiful Pagoda”
The Sakyamuni Pagoda of Fogong Temple in China's Shanxi Province is visited.
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1:00 PM
Mexico: One Plate at a Time
“A Chef's Path”
Mexico City's Central de Abastos, which is one of the world's largest markets, is visited with chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, who also shares how he makes suckling pig carnitas. Also: the evolution of Mexican food is discussed.
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1:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen
“Asia's Crossroads”
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2:00 PM
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen
“Tailgate Warriors”
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2:30 PM
Ciao Italia
“Chicken Never Tasted So Good; Pollo Mai Assaggiato Cosi Buono”
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3:00 PM
Curious Traveler
“Curious About...Asheville, North Carolina”
A visit to Ashville, N.C., explains why it's home to a French-like castle; why Henry Ford, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Thomas Edison all stayed in a hotel with an odd roof; and how Scotch-Irish immigrants created American country music.
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3:30 PM
Under the Radar Michigan
“Grand Rapids”
Grand Rapids is explored. Included: a food basket for hungry children; an apple recipe; a trendy place to stay; influential residents.
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4:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Venice: City of Dreams”
Part 1 of 2. A tour of Venice, Italy, highlights the masterpieces of the Venetian Renaissance. Also: cruising the Grand Canal.
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4:30 PM
American Woodshop
“Scroll Saw Puzzles & Home Models”
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5:00 PM
Garden Smart
Managing water runoff is discussed.
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5:30 PM
Katie Brown Workshop
“Home for the Holidays”
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6:00 PM
Ask This Old House
“Entry Shelf Build; Rough Electric Install”
How to build a basic entry shelf from poplar and plywood; and wire a room for outlets and lighting.
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6:30 PM
BBQ With Franklin
“Whole Hog”
How to cook a whole hog. Included: building a cinder block pit.
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7:00 PM
Pati's Mexican Table
“Good Morning, Mexico”
In the Season 4 premiere, Pati and family visit San Miguel de Allende, a tourist-friendly vacation town in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. Recipes: a fruit smoothie; enchiladas; black beans; and warm nopalitos with sautéed corn and guajillo.
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7:30 PM
Essential Pépin
“Special Spuds”
Garlic mashed potatoes; potato ragout; gratin dauphinoise; cream-puff potatoes.
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8:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Simple Weekday Dinner Ideas”
Scallops, scallion and mushrooms; chicken breasts with orange and Gaeta olives; and tuna with mimosa sauce.
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8:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen
“Homespun Breakfast Treats”
How to make fluffy cornmeal pancakes; and English-muffin bread. Also: a multi-grain bread taste-off; 10 cooking tips.
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9:00 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino
“Grandma's Secrets”
Polenta; beef stew; ossobuco; and strawberries in balsamic vinegar.
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9:30 PM
BBQ With Franklin
“Whole Hog”
How to cook a whole hog. Included: building a cinder block pit.
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10:00 PM
Ask This Old House
“Entry Shelf Build; Rough Electric Install”
How to build a basic entry shelf from poplar and plywood; and wire a room for outlets and lighting.
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10:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Venice: City of Dreams”
Part 1 of 2. A tour of Venice, Italy, highlights the masterpieces of the Venetian Renaissance. Also: cruising the Grand Canal.
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11:00 PM
Music Voyager
“Tokyo: A Feast for the Senses”
Season 5 kicks off in Tokyo, where J-pop, a jazz artist and a rock guitarist are spotlighted.
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11:30 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Simple Weekday Dinner Ideas”
Scallops, scallion and mushrooms; chicken breasts with orange and Gaeta olives; and tuna with mimosa sauce.
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