krwg TV Schedule

Thursday, July 24
Time
Program
2:30 PM
Ciao Italia
“Three (Creamy) Soups; Tre Zuppe Cremose”
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3:00 PM
Cyberchase
“Find Those Gleamers”
The kids use algebra to defeat the Hacker in a contest involving cyber-fireflies on a cyber-island known as Topsy Turvy. Voice of the Hacker: Christopher Lloyd.
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3:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Opossum in My Pocket”
The brothers come across a marsupial opossum while looking for night-vision goggles lost in the swamp.
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4:00 PM
Arthur
“The Blackout; Mei Lin Takes a Stand”
Arthur and D.W. aren't sure they can survive without TV and air conditioning when a blackout hits Elwood City on the hottest day of the year; Binky's little sister, Mei-Lin, would rather crawl than walk.
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4:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Slider, the Otter”
The Kratts introduce a lost otter cub to life in the Cypress Swamp of Florida.
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5:00 PM
BBC World News America
News from around the world is presented.
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5:30 PM
PBS NewsHour
Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.
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6:30 PM
Nightly Business Report
A long-running weeknight business-news magazine that includes market reports, company information, CEO interviews and economic commentary. `NBR' began as a local broadcast in Miami in 1979.
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7:00 PM
Newsmakers
Interviews about issues and events in the news.
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7:30 PM
Fronteras: A Changing America
A public-affairs program about the region's Hispanic community.
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8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mystery!
“Endeavour, Season 2: Neverland”
In the Season 2 finale of "Endeavour," Morse investigates the seemingly unconnected cases of a missing boy, a dead journalist and an escaped prisoner. As he and Thursday dig into the mysteries, however, they uncover police corruption.
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9:30 PM
Field Trip!
“Green Chile/Salsa”
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10:00 PM
Charlie Rose
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11:00 PM
BBC World News
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
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11:30 PM
Tavis Smiley
Bhaskar Sunkara, the founding editor of Jacobin magazine.
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