WLRN Channel 17 TV Schedule

Tuesday, July 22
11:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid
“Sleep? Who Needs It?!”
Sid learns why sleep is important after his mom nixes his plan to stay up all night.
11:30 AM
Peg + Cat
“The Perfect Ten Problem; The Long Line Problem”
Peg and Cat judge a singing competition; Peg and Cat try to help Richard realize his dream of being first in line for the first time.
12:00 PM
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo
“Nosing Around; The Last Straw; Pocoyo: Table for Fun”
An unpleasant odor indundates the area; Peep and Chirp have fun with a drinking straw; Pocoyo and Elly play restaurant.
12:30 PM
Thomas & Friends
“Helping Each Other”
Thomas takes Bertie on a tour of Sodor, but doesn't listen when Bertie says he has to pick up Dowager Hatt and her friends; Spencer tries to go to the Duke and Duchess' Summer House on a foggy day.
1:00 PM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
“A Snowy Day; Tutu All the Time”
Daniel learns about choosing clothes to match the weather when he wants to go outside to play in the snow; Katerina wants to wear her favorite tutu all of the time.
1:30 PM
Super WHY!
“Goldilocks and the Three Bears”
The Super Readers learn about cleaning up after themselves when they enter "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."
2:00 PM
Sesame Street
“The Flower Show”
Stinky worries that he won't bloom in time for a flower show.
3:00 PM
Martha Speaks
“Martha's Market; Bye Bye Burger Boy”
Martha fills in at Tio Jorge's market when everyone else is busy; and, when they hear their favorite restaurant is going out of business, Martha and friends mount an advertising campaign to try and save it.
3:30 PM
“Arthur's Family Feud; Muffy Gets Mature”
Who ruined Dad's soufflé? Arthur and D.W. show off their storytelling skills. Then Muffy wants to hang out with more "sophisticated" people than her current friends.
4:00 PM
“Seize the Cheese; Ms. Question's Riddle Rampage”
The Season 5 premiere finds Dr. Two-Brains plotting to seize cheese while picking apples with his henchmen; and Ms. Question creating a tollbooth that makes citizens answer riddles or become stuck in traffic.
4:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Walk on the Wetside”
Chris and Martin learn how the basilisk lizard is able to walk on water.
5:00 PM
Sid the Science Kid
“Sleep? Who Needs It?!”
Sid learns why sleep is important after his mom nixes his plan to stay up all night.
5:30 PM
Curious George
“Monkey Hoedown; Curious George Clowns Around”
George and Allie try to build a new guitar for the Man With the Yellow Hat after George breaks the old one; George is mistaken for a messenger when he and the Man With the Yellow Hat visit Clown College for Pepe El Loco's Big Show.
6:00 PM
Curious George
“We Otter Be Friends; Sir George and the Dragon”
George is stranded when an otter swims away with Mr. Quint's boat keys; George dreams that he's guarding a medieval castle.
6:30 PM
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
“Meet the Beetles; Tongue Tied”
Nick and Sally protect their cookie jar with help from three of Cat's beetle friends; Nick and Sally learn about tongues.
7:00 PM
“My Life as a Turkey”
"My Life as a Turkey" recreates a yearlong experiment of naturalist-writer Joe Hutto, who bonded with a dozen wild turkey chicks during the first year of their lives.
8:00 PM
Saving the Ocean
“Destination Baja”
How Mexican fishermen in Baja California stopped hunting gray whales and created a lucrative whale-watching co-op.
8:30 PM
Saving the Ocean
Part 1 of 2. An excursion with swordfish harpooners. Included: the comeback of swordfish.
9:00 PM
Kissimmee Basin: The Northern Everglades
A documentary about the Kissimmee River Basin in Florida. Included: the unforeseen consequences of a decades-old project to reduce flooding along its shores.
10:00 PM
Glacier Park's Night of the Grizzlies
Two grizzly attacks on an August 1967 night at Glacier National Park are recalled in this documentary, which details what led to the incidents and how they changed the approach to bear management. Included: remarks from two survivors; biologists.
11:30 PM
Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone and Glacier Through Native Eyes
The Native American perspective on the Yellowstone and Glacier national parks is explored. The areas have long been considered significant and sacred by tribal people, whose ties to them stretch back at least 12,000 years.