This is the OETA World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Ft Smth. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:00 AM||The Pilgrims: American Experience |
The story of the Pilgrims, who founded Plymouth Colony in what's now Plymouth, Mass., in 1620, is told via insights from historians and dramatic recreations.
|11:00 AM||The Trouble With Maggie Cole |
It's the day of the village celebrations, but not everyone is in the mood. Maggie still has to make amends with Jill and Marcus, but is most concerned with reuniting with her family. A series of events could change life in Thurlbury forever.
|12:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Sandi Marx recalls almost getting cast for "A Chorus Line"; choreographer Mark Lamb reflects on his return to his unaccepting hometown in Kentucky and an extraordinary reunion; and Jean Appolon remembers dancing his way out of a death sentence in Haiti.
|12:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
A man bikes through lightning and hail; A woman sparks a movement on Instagram; A man talks about the seriousness of COVID-19 with his mother; A woman discovers new ways to connect while staying in the hospital because of COVID-19.
|1:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Featured stories of the evening include the theme "family business."
|1:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
A man discovers his passion after performing as a young boy in a play; A woman discovers how important her letters were to her brother's Navy buddies.
|2:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Jo Radner's mother bakes a pie for her family; Gauri Gupta rises above a low point to discover new opportunities through baking; and after the death of his father, David Filipov goes to Afghanistan, where a simple Pop-Tart takes on a whole new meaning.
|2:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Gianmarco goes on a skydiving trip and realizes that sometimes in love people jumps too late; at 15, Brendyn's dream of a first kiss finally comes true; and Alison and her family celebrate life and death in unique ways.
|3:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Tonight's tellers share stories about the richness of experience and what it taught them. Hosted by Wes Hazard.
|3:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Topics include: the concepts of sports and competition.
|4:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
|4:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
|5:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
|5:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
|6:00 PM||Stories From the Stage |
|6:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Storytellers recall the moments that redefine the meaning of family.
|7:00 PM||Nature |
Humankind's relationship with the horse. Included: the habits and biology of the majestic animals; and the world's last nomadic tribes.
|8:30 PM||3 Steps to Pain-Free Living |
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