WLCU The Walk TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WLCU The Walk in the Lexington Area

This is the WLCU The Walk TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Lexington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

11:00 AMYour Health With Dr. Richard and Cindy Becker 
Your Health With Dr. Richard and Cindy Becker. Viewers phone in questions regarding health and well-being.
12:00 PMKnow the Cause With Doug Kaufmann 
Nutrition expert Doug Kaufmann discusses nutritional strategies used to optimize health.
1:00 PMOn Call TV with Dr. Asa Andrew 
1:30 PMCoffee With America 
News and lifestyle information are the focus.
2:00 PMOn the Move 
2:30 PMAddiction Free 
An infomercial on a product that helps in de-addiction.
3:00 PMProducts for Healthy Living 
4:00 PMAdventures in Odyssey 
An animated series set in the fictitious town of Odyssey.
4:30 PMElizabeth Stanton's Great Big World 
Elizabeth Staton and her celebrity friends travel the world to explore other cultures, learn about history, and look for opportunities to help people.
5:00 PMCBN NewsWatch 
News is presented from a Judeo-Christian perspective.
5:30 PMPIJN News    new  
Local news, sports and weather.
6:00 PMExpedition Texas 
Exploring the history of towns in East Texas.
6:30 PMGospel Music USA 
7:00 PMMagnify 
7:30 PMWretched TV 
A look at culturally-compelling and theologically-sound content.
8:00 PMJay Sekulow Live! 
Religious programming.
9:00 PM7th Street Theatre 
Christian actors perform a stage show for their community.
9:30 PMFaith on Film 
10:00 PMThe Way of the Master 
The hosts offer instruction for how to share Christian beliefs in an effective and inoffensive way, and also demonstrate different methods for sharing the gospel as they encounter people of every walk of life on the streets of America.
10:30 PMMxtv 
11:00 PMGaither Homecoming Hour 
Songs and stories featuring gospel-music artists. The Gaither Vocal Band, led by Bill and Gloria Gaither, are frequent performers.

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