WKAR World TV Schedule

Wednesday, January 28
Time
Program
8:00 AM
America ReFramed
“Gaucho del Norte”
A Patagonian shepherd leaves his native Chile to tend sheep in Idaho.
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9:00 AM
Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum
The histories of four community-based tribal bands, including the Iroquois Indian Band from New York; Fort Mojave Tribal Band from Needles, Cal.; the Zuni Pueblo Band from New Mexico; and the Navajo Nation Band from Arizona.
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9:30 AM
Visa Dream
An elderly Mexican couple are reunited with their children (who live in the U.S.) after a 16-year separation. The show chronicles the arduous process the couple undergo to obtain visitor visas, and their journey north to visit their family.
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10:00 AM
Global Voices
“Oil & Water”
The story of two young men, one from Ecuador and the other from Massachusetts, and the future of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Hugo was sent to the U.S. to become educated so that he could lead his tribe, the Cofan, whose way of life is threatened.
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11:00 AM
America by the Numbers With Maria Hinojosa
“Mainstream, USA”
An examination of the new American mainstream is accented by statistical information in this series, which begins with a look at one of America's most diverse square miles: Clarkston, Ga.
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11:30 AM
America by the Numbers With Maria Hinojosa
“The New Mad Men”
A look at LatinWorks, which is one of the most successful multicultural ad agencies in the U.S.
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12:00 PM
Tavis Smiley
Conclusion. Free speech is discussed.
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12:30 PM
Tavis Smiley
Part 1 of 2. Free speech is discussed.
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1:00 PM
Asian Voices
A newsmagazine that examines global and regional issues from an Asian perspective.
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1:30 PM
Asia Biz Forecast
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2:00 PM
America ReFramed
“Gaucho del Norte”
A Patagonian shepherd leaves his native Chile to tend sheep in Idaho.
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3:00 PM
Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum
The histories of four community-based tribal bands, including the Iroquois Indian Band from New York; Fort Mojave Tribal Band from Needles, Cal.; the Zuni Pueblo Band from New Mexico; and the Navajo Nation Band from Arizona.
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3:30 PM
Visa Dream
An elderly Mexican couple are reunited with their children (who live in the U.S.) after a 16-year separation. The show chronicles the arduous process the couple undergo to obtain visitor visas, and their journey north to visit their family.
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4:00 PM
Global Voices
“Oil & Water”
The story of two young men, one from Ecuador and the other from Massachusetts, and the future of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Hugo was sent to the U.S. to become educated so that he could lead his tribe, the Cofan, whose way of life is threatened.
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5:00 PM
Charlie Rose
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6:00 PM
Economic Freedom in Action: Changing Lives
Economist Johan Norberg hosts this documentary, which profiles entrepreneurs from nations that have increased economic freedom for their citizens, including Chile, Slovakia, South Korea and Zambia.
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7:00 PM
Under the Radar Michigan
A magazine that highlights Michigan's people and businesses.
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7:30 PM
Under the Radar Michigan
A magazine that highlights Michigan's people and businesses.
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8:00 PM
QuizBusters
A high-school quiz competition.
8:30 PM
QuizBusters
A high-school quiz competition.
9:00 PM
QuizBusters
A high-school quiz competition.
9:30 PM
Roadtrip Nation
“Embracing Change”
The team meets Valerie Weiss, a film director with a Ph.D in biophysics; Facebook's director of data operations, Delfina Eberly; and Suzy Clark, the director of the Mount Hermon Outdoor Science School.
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10:00 PM
PBS NewsHour
Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
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11:00 PM
Genealogy Roadshow
“Philadelphia: Franklin Institute”
In Philadelphia, a man learns his family's role in history; a man unearths possible Viking roots; and a family discovers a possible link to one of history's biggest scams.
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