KRWG TV Schedule

Friday, February 27
Time
Program
8:30 AM
Curious George
“George Goes for 100; Fearless George”
George loses the stripes on a 100-year-old-flag; George is fed up with taking out and then putting away his toys, which cuts into his playtime with Steve and Betsy.
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9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
“Daniel Gets Mad; Katerina Gets Mad”
Daniel becomes angry when his mom says he and Prince Wednesday can't play at the beach because of a rainstorm; Katerina Kittycat is upset when someone else picks the instrument she wants to play on New Instrument Day at Music Man Stan's Music Shop.
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9:30 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
“Prince Wednesday Finds a Way to Play; Finding a Way to Play on Backwards Day”
Prince Wednesday wants to play with Daniel and Katerina Kittycat, who are playing house, but wants to be a dinosaur, which doesn't sit well with Katerina; Miss Elaina plans a backwards play date with Daniel and O the Owl, but O would rather play forwards.
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10:00 AM
Sesame Street
“Bert's Training Wheels”
Luis and Ernie help Bert overcome his fear of riding his bike without training wheels.
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11:00 AM
Dinosaur Train
“Tiny and the Crocodile; Meet the Grandparents”
The Pteranodons meet a 40-foot crocodile that has a bad attitude; the kids have fun with their visiting grandparents.
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11:30 AM
Peg + Cat
“The Pirate Problem; The Sleepover Problem”
Peg and Cat teach hungry pirates how to share fruit; and, when the pirates spend the night at Peg's, teach them how to fall asleep by counting chickens.
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12:00 PM
Wild Kratts
“Hermit Crab Shell Exchange”
The Kratts explore the world of the hermit crab.
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12:30 PM
Arthur
“Citizen Frensky; D.W.'s Backpack Mishap”
Francine starts her own tabloid newspaper and prints gossip about her friends; D.W.'s backpack is missing. Who stole it?
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1:00 PM
Charlie Rose
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2:00 PM
Native Report
The Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation in Wisconsin dedicates a memorial honoring Native military veterans. Also: point guards Jude and Shoni Schimmel of the University of Louisville Cardinals; actor Chaske Spencer.
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2:30 PM
Tavis Smiley
Kimberlé Crenshaw (African American Policy Forum); Steve Earle.
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3:00 PM
Cyberchase
“Double Trouble”
Hacker invades Shangri-La and imprisons Master Pi; he also seeks the Good Vibration, the cybersite's source of peace and happiness. Math topic: doubling. Voice of Master Pi: Geoffrey Holder.
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3:30 PM
Sesame Street
“Ernie's Dance Video”
Ernie makes a dance video.
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4:00 PM
Arthur
“Citizen Frensky; D.W.'s Backpack Mishap”
Francine starts her own tabloid newspaper and prints gossip about her friends; D.W.'s backpack is missing. Who stole it?
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4:30 PM
Odd Squad
“My Better Half; The Confalones”
Symmetrical objects are vandalized; objects and people disappear from inside an Italian restaurant.
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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
Washington Week With Gwen Ifill
Topics include the standoff over funding the Department of Homeland Security; the U.S. strategy to destroy ISIS; and how potential GOP presidential contenders are trying to win over the Republican Party faithful at the CPAC convention.
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7:30 PM
Charlie Rose: The Week
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8:00 PM
50 Years With Peter, Paul and Mary
Peter, Paul and Mary performances from throughout the folk trio's career, including a BBC appearance in the 1960s, are featured. Songs include "500 Miles," "Puff, the Magic Dragon," "If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)" and "Blowin' in the Wind."
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10:00 PM
Rick Steves' Italy: Cities of Dreams
The Italian cities of Rome, Venice and Florence are toured.
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