This is the WQCW Quest TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charleston. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|10:00 PM||Mayday: Air Disaster |
A flight from Moscow to Hong Kong was routine in every respect; less than five minutes later, it fell from the sky; the investigation reveals that a shocking event in the cockpit and poor training before take-off led to the crash.
|11:00 PM||Mayday: Air Disaster |
A Greek ferry en route between Athens and the island of Paros smashes into a rock and sinks, killing 80 people. Investigating how could the vessel hit a rock that rises 25 meters out of the sea.
|12:00 AM||Mayday: Air Disaster |
A trip through the Rocky Mountains culminates in a disaster when a VIA rail train slams into a freight train.
|1:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The Massachusetts Central Artery-Third Harbor Tunnel project, an undertaking to replace Boston's highways with roadways that run underground and beneath the waterways.
|2:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The evolution of dirigibles and zeppelins. Also: modern uses in advertising and tourism.
|3:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The Alaskan oil pipeline. Interviewed are supporters, detractors and many who helped build the pipeline.
|4:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
Florida's Overseas Highway, linking the mainland with the Florida Keys, is examined.
|5:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The history of aluminum. Included: a visit to NASA to see how aluminum is used in telescopes and reflective mirrors; a look at the widest rolling mill; a segment on aluminum baseball bats.
|6:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
The past and future of the steel industry in America is explored.
|7:00 AM||Modern Marvels |
Beans are examined. Included: the versatility of soybeans; a visit to the Kelley Bean Company in Nebraska; and a tour of B&M Baked Beans in Maine.
|8:00 AM||Food Factory USA |
A visit to Big League Chew; Baltimore horseradish that is steeped in history; and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident and an investment from a TV celebrity.
|8:30 AM||Food Factory USA |
Applesauce and onion rings are spotlighted.
|9:00 AM||Factory Made |
Power tools; mouth guards; bowling balls; harmonicas.
|9:30 AM||Factory Made |
Pliers; jellybeans; snowboards; motorcycle jackets.
|10:00 AM||Auction Kings |
Up for bid: an early 1900s ticket light from Yankee Stadium; a collection of vintage watches; letters signed by Samuel Adams.
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