This is the WATC TOO TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Atlanta Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||Michigan Out-of-Doors |
A series aimed at outdoor-sports enthusiasts focuses on hunting and fishing. Also: wildlife and scenic areas around the state.
|1:00 PM||Kentucky Afield |
Showcasing the best fishing, hunting, and wildlife-related recreation Kentucky has to offer.
|1:30 PM||Military Makeover |
Element is making televisions in America. Nordic Hot Tubs provide a therapeutic hot tub.
|2:00 PM||On the Move |
|2:30 PM||Friends and Neighbors |
|3:00 PM||Ask Dr. Nandi |
Health issues are discussed by a Detroit physician who emphasizes the importance of being one's own advocate when it comes to health care.
|3:45 PM||Hope & Joy |
|4:00 PM||On Call TV |
Health issues are discussed, including fitness, nutrition and traditional and natural health care.
|4:30 PM||Lifestyle Magazine |
Tips on maintaining health, reports on medical advances and interviews with experts.
|5:00 PM||Get Healthy/Dr. Cooper |
|5:30 PM||Time for Hope |
An inspirational talk-show series.
|6:00 PM||Voyagers! |
A kids-oriented fantasy about a `time cop' and his young companion who travel through history. Their stops include ancient Egypt, World War I France and 1903 Ohio (to visit the Wright Brothers). The lead character is named Phineas Bogg, a nod to Jules Verne's `Around the World in Eighty Days' hero, Phileas Fogg.
|7:00 PM||Captain America |
Captain America vs. the evil Dr. Maldor in this 15-part series from 1944.
|8:00 PM||Living Room Concert Series With Cheri Keaggy |
|9:00 PM||Living Room Concert Series with Larnelle Harris |
Larnelle Harris shares his ministry, music and stories.
|10:00 PM||Living Room Concert Series with Ashley Cleveland |
|11:00 PM||Living Room Concert Series with Billy Sprague |
|12:00 AM||Nite Line |
This series features gospel-music performances and discussions of guests' religious experiences.
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