WKAR World TV Schedule

Saturday, July 04
Time
Program
8:00 AM
The 1962 World's Fair: When Seattle Invented the Future
How the 1962 World's Fair shaped Seattle's future.
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9:00 AM
Mount Rushmore: American Experience
Chronicling the 16-year struggle (1925-41) to fashion Mount Rushmore in South Dakota's Black Hills, and profiling sculptor Gutzon Borglum, its creator.
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10:00 AM
Following Dreams
A travelogue across the U.S. and South America that profiles ordinary people pursuing their dreams, including dairy farmers, professional magicians, singers, Paralympic athletes and environmentalists working to save the Amazon rainforests.
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11:00 AM
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
“Market Mania?”
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11:30 AM
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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12:00 PM
POV
“The Overnighters”
"The Overnighters," about the North Dakota oil boom, details the goings-on at a Williston church whose pastor turned it into a makeshift dorm for folks unable to find housing.
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2:00 PM
The 1962 World's Fair: When Seattle Invented the Future
How the 1962 World's Fair shaped Seattle's future.
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3:00 PM
Mount Rushmore: American Experience
Chronicling the 16-year struggle (1925-41) to fashion Mount Rushmore in South Dakota's Black Hills, and profiling sculptor Gutzon Borglum, its creator.
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4:00 PM
Following Dreams
A travelogue across the U.S. and South America that profiles ordinary people pursuing their dreams, including dairy farmers, professional magicians, singers, Paralympic athletes and environmentalists working to save the Amazon rainforests.
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5:00 PM
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé
Food security is discussed.
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5:30 PM
A Wider World
Advice for people and families living with disabilities.
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6:00 PM
Off the Record
State government issues and events are examined.
6:30 PM
Charlie Rose: The Week
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7:00 PM
Focus on Europe
The Greek debt crisis; the trade of women in Turkey; the deforestation of the Carpathian Mountains; and men-only cooking clubs in Spain's Basque Country.
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7:30 PM
Global 3000
Sustainable farming on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula; African tax experts in Berlin; and product piracy in Ghana. Also: Indonesian social entrepreneur Veronica Colondam, whose YCAB organization provides affordable schooling for the poor.
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8:00 PM
The Crimson Field
The first wave of front line casulaties wash into the hospital, confronting the girls with the human tragedy firsthand. The impetuous wife of one of the injured soldiers causes problems, while Rosalie is impressed with Joan's feminist attitude.
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8:00 PM
The Crimson Field
The hospital prepares for a wave of patients; and Sister Joan and Sister Margaret disagree over how much responsbility the volunteers can handle.
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9:00 PM
Last Tango in Halifax
“Episode 1”
Alan is forced to think about his past when he is paid an unexpected visit. Meanwhile, Caroline and Kate decide to set a date for their wedding.
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9:00 PM
Last Tango in Halifax
“Episode 1”
In the Season 3 premiere, Alan contemplates his past after he receives an unexpected visitor. In other events, Caroline and Kate set a date for their wedding.
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10:00 PM
Poldark on Masterpiece
Poldark hopes to re-open the family mine, but needs backers if he's to pull it off. In other events, Verity attracts the attention of a sea captain while at a dance.
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11:00 PM
The Crimson Field
The first wave of front line casulaties wash into the hospital, confronting the girls with the human tragedy firsthand. The impetuous wife of one of the injured soldiers causes problems, while Rosalie is impressed with Joan's feminist attitude.
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11:00 PM
The Crimson Field
The hospital prepares for a wave of patients; and Sister Joan and Sister Margaret disagree over how much responsbility the volunteers can handle.
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11:30 PM
Film School Shorts
A showcase for short films by students in the U.S.
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