This is the ETV World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charlotte Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|6:00 AM||We'll Meet Again |
The reunions of people separated by WWII. A Japanese-American woman sent to an internment camp hopes to find a childhood friend, and a survivor from a Jewish ghetto searches for the child of the couple who befriended him.
|7:00 AM||Last House Standing |
Every year people lose their homes and many rebuild the exact same way. Most people have no idea if their insurance will actually get them whole again after a major disaster. If they have to evacuate, and their house is destroyed, many of the things that were lost can never be replaced. We roll the dice on where we live with no true sense of what the hazards really are.
|8:00 AM||This Old House |
|8:30 AM||Ask This Old House |
|9:00 AM||Yoga in Practice |
|9:30 AM||Yoga in Practice |
|10:00 AM||Rick Steves' Europe |
The cuisine capital of Lyon is explored.
|10:30 AM||Great Scenic Railway Journeys |
This episode heads north to Canada. In Stettler we climb onboard the Alberta Prairie Railway. Then it's off to America's heartland on the Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad ending up in Utah on the Heber Valley Railroad.
|11:00 AM||100 Days, Drinks, Dishes & Destinations |
Leslie explores the Biltmore estate outside Asheville, North Carolina.
|12:00 PM||Nature |
|1:00 PM||NOVA |
How Leonardo da Vinci used science to create his legendary artwork. Included: why Mona Lisa's smile is so captivating—and what it took to create it.
|2:00 PM||When Disaster Strikes |
|3:00 PM||Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions |
Conclusion. Hong Kong is toured. Included: the history of Dim Sum restaurants; speed tailoring; and the origin of the escalator. Also: old police barracks that have been transformed into a sleek shopping area.
|3:30 PM||Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope |
Joseph explores the villages, safaris, and culture of Zambia.
|4:00 PM||Les Stroud's Wild Harvest |
|4:30 PM||This Old House |
|5:00 PM||Ask This Old House |
|5:30 PM||MotorWeek |
All about cars: road tests, tips for motorists and advice for potential buyers.
|6:00 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
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