WPBA TV Schedule

Thursday, October 30
Time
Program
11:00 AM
Sesame Street
“If Me Had That Wand”
Cookie Monster contemplates taking Abby's wand so that he use magic to make cookies.
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12:00 PM
Charlie Rose
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1:00 PM
Tavis Smiley
Attorney Connie Rice.
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1:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Budapest: The Best of Hungary”
A visit to Budapest features shopping boulevards, statues of Lenin and Stalin, mineral baths and 19th-century coffeehouses.
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2:00 PM
Peg + Cat
“The Tree Problem; Another Tree Problem”
Cat becomes stuck in a tree; and then becomes stuck in a tree again.
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2:30 PM
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
“No Night Today; Fun in the Sun”
The Cat takes the kids to the International Space Station to teach them about the solar system and Earth's orbit around the sun. Later, with help from his pal Hilda the Hippo, he teaches them about the importance of sunscreen.
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3:00 PM
Clifford the Big Red Dog
“Topsy Turvy Day; Clifford's Charm School”
It's Topsy Turvy Day, so Jetta and Emily "trade" dogs. Then Clifford is told to polish his manners for Mrs. Bleakman's book-club party. Voice of Mrs. Bleakman: Edie McClurg.
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3:30 PM
Clifford's Puppy Days
“Clifford the Scary Puppy; Things That Go Bump”
Evan plays spooky tricks on the kids and Clifford accidentally scares him; Clifford feels uneasy at a Halloween party.
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4:00 PM
Arthur
“The Chronicles of Buster; On This Spot”
Buster becomes so obsessed with a DVD that he forgoes training for a class rock-climbing expedition; Arthur is flummoxed when his friends seem to care more about celebrity sightings than local historical spots.
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4:30 PM
Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest
George and Allie try to determine whether a myth about a hat-kicking scarecrow that haunts the countryside on Halloween is true. George also has to decide on a costume to wear to the town's annual Boo Festival.
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5:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Secrets of the Spider's Web”
The Kratts try to replicate spider silk.
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6:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow
“Boston”
Conclusion. In Boston, items include Civil War photos; WWII German POW signs; and a circa-1810 South Carolina musket worth $6000-$8000. Also: Folk art carvings at the historic Sleeper-McCann House in nearby Gloucester are spotlighted.
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7:00 PM
Queen & Country
“London: Royal City”
A four-part look at the customs, traditions and institutions that surround the British monarchy begins in London, the capital of royal life. Included: the Grenadier Guards and Scots Guards, both of which protect Buckingham Palace.
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8:00 PM
Extraordinary Women
“Wallis Simpson”
Recalling the life of Wallis Simpson (1896-1986), the American divorcée whose courtship with England's King Edward VIII led him to relinquish his crown and marry her in 1937.
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9:00 PM
Edward VIII: The Nazi King
The story of Edward VIII, who was king of England until he relinquished his crown in 1936 in order to marry American divorcée Wallis Simpson. The documentary focuses on his pro-Nazi sympathies, including an alleged plot to return him to the throne.
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10:00 PM
The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler
Part 1 of 3. Historian Laurence Rees wrote this three-part series that examines what qualities Adolf Hitler possessed that inspired others to follow him. It begins with his evolution from a nobody in 1913 to German chancellor in 1933.
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11:00 PM
Nazi Mega Weapons
“U-Boat Base”
Examining the concrete submarine pens built by the Nazis to protect their U-boats from Allied bombs.
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