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.
|1:00 AM||Antiques Roadshow |
Conclusion. In Salt Lake City, items include Watson and Crick-signed "Double Helix" books; an Art Deco jewelry suite, ca. 1930; and a Japanese Arita porcelain vase, ca. 1910.
|2:00 AM||NOVA |
Engineers and scientists race to protect and ultimately rebuild France's Notre Dame cathedral.
|3:00 AM||Escape to the Chateau |
Dick buys a tractor, with plans to tame the walled garden.
|4:00 AM||This Old House |
The evolution of kitchens from cooking in fireplaces to the most modern ovens and stoves are shown. Also featured are the development of the looks and functionality of kitchen appliances throughout the years, the modernization of cabinet finishes, and more.
|4:30 AM||Ask This Old House |
Two homeowners learn about the process of building a two-level deck from Tom.
|5:00 AM||Wai Lana Yoga |
Easy Crane; and Rocking Horse Pose.
|5:30 AM||Classical Stretch by Essentrics |
A full-body, all-standing workout geared to relieving shoulder pain due to joint stiffness, stress or injury.
|6:00 AM||University Place new |
|6:39 AM||University Place |
|7:31 AM||University Place new |
|9:00 AM||Knit and Crochet Now! |
How to make a reversible afghan and a Tunisian crochet throw.
|9:30 AM||A Craftsman's Legacy |
Woodworker John Wilson. Included: making a shoulder plane; and home tempering tool-steel. Also: the importance of salt in a wood shop; and the history of shop-made tools.
|10:00 AM||Start Up |
Features Daniel Rose who opened Grassroots Ranch provide all-natural foods using sustainable farming method in northeast Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife.
|10:30 AM||Pati's Mexican Table |
Going around the markets in Sinaloa, Mexico.
|11:00 AM||Illustrative Math |
|11:30 AM||Illustrative Math |
|12:00 PM||Illustrative Math |
|12:30 PM||Illustrative Math |
|1:00 PM||Poetry in America |
Vice President Joe Biden; Inaugural poet Elizabeth Alexander; and psychologist Angela Duckworth.
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