The Wisconsin Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for The Wisconsin Channel in the Rockford Area

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

9:30 AMPoetry in America 
Emma Lazarus's iconic sonnet of immigration. Also includes Regina Spektor; United We Dream Foundation Cristina Jiménez; American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten; philanthropist David Rubenstein; and poet Duy Doan.
10:00 AMGeorge Hirsch Lifestyle 
George makes a visit to Paumanok on Paumanok, which is the Native American name for Long Island and also the namesake of a world-class estate vineyard that has been farmed since the initial days of the region's wine production. In the kitchen, George prepares a prized picnic menu with wine-friendly hors d'oeuvres and sweets while sharing tips and insights on wine.
10:30 AMOne Carbon Footprint at a Time 
Students engaged in a climate change activities as part of the curriculum at their schools are featured.
11:00 AMMotorWeek 
11:30 AMBurt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 
Some of the world's great museums are visited in this look at how art improves brain functions.
12:00 PMAntiques Roadshow 
Part 2 of 3 in Fort Worth. Included: a Felipe Orlando oil, ca. 1980; a German baroque lockbox from about 1625; and a Green Bay Packers championship ring, ca. 1965.
1:00 PMMidsomer Murders 
Part 1 of 2.
1:45 PMMidsomer Murders 
Conclusion.
2:31 PMAround the Corner With John McGivern 
3:00 PMGreat Performances 
4:00 PMArt in the Twenty-First Century 
5:00 PMCraft in America 
The cultural exchange between the U.S. and Mexico.
6:00 PMGlobal 3000 
6:30 PMPBS NewsHour Weekend 
7:00 PMBrian's Song    new  
8:15 PMFive Easy Pieces 
A classical pianist, who left his elite life to knock around, returns home to see his ailing father and uptight family, with a pregnant girlfriend in tow.

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