This is the KSRE HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Minot. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:30 PM||Let's Go Luna! |
The kids learn that China celebrates Luna with the Moon Festival.
|2:00 PM||Nature Cat |
Hal forgets to buy gifts for his loved ones on Valentine's Day; and the groundhog won't come out of its hole on Groundhog Day because its weather predictions are sometimes wrong.
|2:30 PM||Wild Kratts |
Chris and Martin help an aardvark return to its burrow.
|3:00 PM||Molly of Denali |
Molly and the gang organize an outhouse race to determine who will become "Winter Champions"; Molly decides to create a tutorial video to help her Great-Aunt Merna train her dog to find her keys.
|3:30 PM||Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum |
Theodore Roosevelt helps Brad get over his dislike of creepy crawlies; Eleanor Roosevelt shows Xavier that any job can be turned into something amazing.
|4:00 PM||Odd Squad |
Olive and Otto search for a treasure chest that Oscar buried; and the agents throw a surprise party for Ms. O.
|4:30 PM||Arthur |
Muffy's cookies are a hit, but she used another's recipe, and Arthur lends D.W. to Sue Ellen, who's tired of being an only child.
|5:00 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|5:30 PM||BBC World News Outside Source |
|6:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|7:00 PM||Nature |
Get an intimate look at the wildlife of Lapland, a region in northern Finland, the fabled home of Santa Claus and actual home of reindeer, wolverines, eagles, wolves, brown bears and more.
|8:00 PM||NOVA |
PBS's premier science-documentary series, which has won six Peabody Awards and more than 20 Emmys (four in 2002 alone) since its 1974 debut. `Nova' clearly, and often engagingly, `demystifies' a vast range of science, technology and history topics---past and present---and doesn't neglect the human aspect of the story. Its many memorable shows include 1983's `The Miracle of Life,' about the conception and development of a fetus (which was remade in 2001); and 2002's `Why the Towers Fell.'
|8:30 PM||Ken Burns: Here and There |
A profile of the award-winning filmmaker looks at his craft, his work methods and more.
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