WLRN Channel 17 TV Schedule

Saturday, April 25
Time
Program
5:30 AM
Into the Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends
Recalling the camping trips in Florida and elsewhere in the U.S., taken by Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, tire magnate Harvey Firestone and nature writer John Burroughs in the 1910s and '20s.
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6:00 AM
Curious George
“Where's the Firedog?; Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye”
George's canine pal Blaze ends up in an animal shelter after running away from the firehouse; the Man With the Yellow Hat has a cold.
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6:30 AM
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
“Show Me the Honey; Migration Vacation”
This fun-filled animated series, in which the iconic Dr. Seuss character and two pals learn about the natural sciences, begins with the Cat in the Hat, Sally and Nick discovering how bees make honey.
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7:00 AM
Bob the Builder
“The Big Dino Dig Special”
Conclusion. The team build a railway and fence for Dinosaur Fun Park and excavate a huge Stegosaurus skeleton that Scratch discovered.
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7:30 AM
Thomas & Friends
“Tricks and Tales”
Bill and Ben play a trick on a new engine that nearly causes an accident; an engine known for telling jokes can't get anyone to take him seriously when he claims an elephant is blocking the tracks.
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8:00 AM
Space Racers
“Hawk's On It; Ace Space Reporter”
Hawk fills in for Coot; Robyn investigates the disappearance of the legendary Swift Starlight.
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8:30 AM
Enertips
“Shared Energy”
Mayor Cleanhands promotes carpools one day a week and contracts with a software company owned by Darkhand to create a program that matches citizens for the shared rides.
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9:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen
“The Italian Vegetarian”
Eggplant involtini; and fusilli with ricotta and spinach. Also: microwave pasta cookers; and a prosciutto taste-off.
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9:30 AM
Cook's Country
“Oklahoma Onion Burgers and Louisiana Meat Pies”
Oklahoma fried onion burgers; Natchitoches meat pies. Also: frozen French fries.
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10:00 AM
Pati's Mexican Table
“My Piñata Party”
The Season 3 finale features watermelon, tomatillo and mozzarella skewers with mint-agave syrup; red pozole with traditional garnishes; mixed melon, lime and coconut agua fresca; and tres leches and strawberry Mexican gelatin dessert.
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10:30 AM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Quick Light and Easy Meal Ideas”
Caprese salad with celery and walnuts; stuffed artichoke with tuna; and scallop salad.
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11:00 AM
Simply Ming
“Fruit Forward Desserts”
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11:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen
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12:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School
“On the Bone”
Braising, searing, slow-roasting and grilling bone-in cuts of meat are demonstrated. Included: oxtail; beef ribs; cowboy steak; and Korean short-rib kebabs.
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12:30 PM
Martha Bakes
“Breakfast”
Oven-baked French toast; a quiche filled with peas and ham; a strata made with fontina cheese, ham and onion; and a German pancake known as a Dutch baby.
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1:00 PM
Pati's Mexican Table
“Good Morning, Mexico”
In the Season 4 premiere, Pati and family visit San Miguel de Allende, a tourist-friendly vacation town in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. Recipes: a fruit smoothie; enchiladas; black beans; and warm nopalitos with sautéed corn and guajillo.
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1:30 PM
Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
“Fresh Bread”
Piadina salmon melt; grilled cheese sandwich; and pullman bread.
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2:00 PM
Plastic Paradise: A Short, Swingin' Trip Through America's Polynesian Obsession
A look at the Polynesian-influenced Tiki subculture, featuring the annual Hukilau celebration at Fort Lauderdale's Mai-Kai restaurant, which draws Tiki enthusiasts from around the country.
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3:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow
“Bismarck”
Conclusion. In Bismarck, N.D., items include a Santa Claus oil and advertisement by Hadden Sundblom, who painted Coca-Cola's Santa paintings from about 1931 to '65; a 1778 letter from George Washington; and two Irish dragoon swallowtail guidon flags.
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4:00 PM
Weird Florida: On the Road Again
Unusual attractions in the Sunshine State are visited, including a supposedly haunted restaurant in Rockledge; mysterious ruins in New Smyrna; Sarasota's Biggest Littlest Circus; and an underwater cemetery in Key Biscayne.
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5:00 PM
A Place to Call Home
“The Welcome Mat”
Sarah moves into the boarding house of town gossip Doris Collins. Meanwhile, Elizabeth invites Sarah to a fund-raising concert to appease concerns regarding her attitude.
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6:00 PM
The Jewel in the Crown
“Travelling Companions”
Part 11. En route to Pankot, Merrick and Perron (Tim Pigott-Smith, Charles Dance) encounter Nigel Rowan, who seems to have information about Merrick's past. Col. Layton: Frederick Treves.
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7:00 PM
The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries
“Rising of the Moon”
Mrs. Bradley investigates a murder at a circus.
8:00 PM
Doc Martin
“Listen With Mother”
Martin agrees to help Louisa at her school's sports day; Ruth and Margaret have a showdown; and Mike shares something from his past.
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9:00 PM
Last Tango in Halifax
Celia and Alan consider a civil marriage ceremony at a medieval hall near Halifax. Their visit to check it out proves eventful: They're caught in a thunderstorm and locked inside the ancient building. Gillian's vehicle also catches fire.
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10:00 PM
Whitechapel
The copycat killer strikes again, and a neighborhood barmaid leads the unit to suspicious twin brothers who may be sons of one of the infamous homicidal Kray brothers. Meanwhile, Chandler tries to corner the twins but puts himself and his team in peril.
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11:00 PM
Austin City Limits
“The Shins; Dr. Dog”
The Shins perform songs from its 2012 "Port of Morrow" album; Dr. Dog perform songs from its 2012 "Be the Void" album.
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