This is the KCSD HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Sioux Falls(Mitchll) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 PM||Hero Elementary Premiere |
Young heroes in training learn how to master their less-than-perfected powers at Hero Elementary.
|2:00 PM||SciGirls |
Three Denver girls create a bird habitat in a city school garden.
|2:30 PM||Wild Kratts |
When Aviva makes a Flamingo Creature Power Suit, the color doesn't work. The suits are completely white, and the gang can't figure out why. The gang is on a quest to solve the mystery of the Flamingo's Pink.
|3:00 PM||Molly of Denali |
A family of beavers builds a dam and accidentally diverts water into Trini's garden, so the kids must devise a way to redirect the stream before Trini's strawberries are ruined. It's Trini's first camping trip and she's determined to earn her first badge: the Night Watchers Badge.
|3:30 PM||Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum |
Xavier goes back in time to meet Johann Sebastian Bach and practice for the school talent show.
|4:00 PM||Odd Squad |
A replica of a villain's vault is built.
|4:30 PM||Arthur |
Arthur has gained weight and tries to figure out how to get in shape; Muffy thinks that the jungle gym is the ideal place to take pictures.
|5:00 PM||Splash and Bubbles |
Splash, Dunk and Bubbles help a fish find its home; and Splash enjoys a sleepover with Bubbles, Dunk and Ripple.
|5:30 PM||Cyberchase |
The kids promise to help convince the people in Canalia to change their water-wasting ways.
|6:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|7:00 PM||Memory Rescue With Daniel Amen, M.D. |
How to improve memory. Included: major risk factors that destroy brain function, most of which are either preventable or treatable.
|9:00 PM||Rick Steves Fascism in Europe |
Rick Steves travels back a century to learn how fascism rose and then fell in Europe.
|10:30 PM||Pink Floyd: Live in Venice |
|12:00 AM||The McLaughlin Group |
|12:30 AM||America's Heartland |
A visit to a Florida blueberry farm, the history of popcorn, and Sharon Profis cooks up some unique asparagus recipes.
|1:00 AM||No Cover, No Minimum |
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