KRWG TV Schedule

Tuesday, March 03
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose
2:00 PM
Painting and Travel With Roger & Sarah Bansemer
“Gloucester Dory Boats”
Painting dory boats at the Gloucester, Mass., harbor. Also: a walk along the waterfront spotlights the Gloucester Fisherman sculpture, which honors fishermen who have lost their lives at sea.
2:30 PM
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell
“Rocky Mountain Refuge”
3:00 PM
“Going Solar”
The team works to restore power at Radopolis skate park.
3:30 PM
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.
4:00 PM
“The Boy with His Head in the Clouds; More!”
George is smart, but sometimes has trouble in school. The reason, it turns out, is dyslexia, and George learns that others have it, too. Elsewhere, D.W. begins to get an allowance.
4:30 PM
Odd Squad
“Oscar and the Oscarbots; Picture Day”
Oscar's Oscarbots are lost in town; and people in town are becoming plaid and striped.
5:00 PM
BBC World News America
News from around the world is presented.
5:30 PM
PBS NewsHour
Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
6:30 PM
News 22
Local news, sports and weather.
7:00 PM
The Jewish Journey: America
The hows and whys of Jewish immigration to America are explored via historical records and first-hand accounts, beginning in the mid-17th century.
8:30 PM
John Denver: Country Boy
A profile of John Denver (1943-97), one of the most successful singers of the 1970s, featuring remarks from family and friends, including first wife Annie Denver and their son Zak; second wife Cassandra Delaney Denver; younger brother Ron Deutschendorf.
10:00 PM
Echoes of Creation
A journey through the ancient forests, glaciers and waterways of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, featuring music by David Arkenstone and spoken-word passages by Karen Hutton.
11:00 PM
T'ai Chi: Health & Happiness With David-Dorian Ross
T'ai chi master David-Dorian Ross explains the benefits of the ancient Chinese martial art. Included: improving cardiovascular health; helping with weight loss and muscle tone; improving coordination and balance.