This is the WNIT HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the South Bend/Elkhart Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:00 PM||Peg + Cat + Holidays |
Peg and Cat help Santa make, wrap and deliver presents to all the world's children; Albert Einstein invites Peg and Cat over on Hanukkah; and Peg and Cat coach skiing penguins.
|1:00 PM||Sesame Street |
Abby helps Leela prepare for a neighborhood party.
|1:30 PM||Elinor Wonders Why |
Ari is growing impatient waiting for Ms. Llama's famous ketchup, which won't come out of the bottle.
|2:00 PM||Let's Go Luna!: Luna's Christmas Around the World |
Luna, Leo, Andy and Carmen try to save Christmas while learning different holiday traditions.
|3:00 PM||Nature Cat: A Nature Carol |
Nature Cat's Christmas Eve includes visits from Natures Past, Present and Future.
|4:00 PM||Molly of Denali |
Molly's class learn how to barter with the help of the kids from the north; Nina works on a follow-up story on the herd of the wild wood bison.
|4:30 PM||Friday Zone |
A locally produced series that encourages Indiana's children to explore the world around them, featuring DIY activities, field trips and demonstrations by experts.
|5:00 PM||Odd Squad |
Agents want to take part in Orchid's talent show; and villains receive report cards.
|5:30 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|6:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|7:00 PM||Politically Speaking |
A weekly discussion series includes public affairs, politics and news topics.
|7:30 PM||American Black Journal |
Issues of interest to Detroit-area residents are explored.
|8:00 PM||Washington Week |
|8:30 PM||Magic Moments - The Best of 50's Pop |
A nostalgic trip back to the 1950s, featuring the era's pop music. Included: live performances; and archival footage.
|10:30 PM||Rick Steves Fascism in Europe |
Rick Steves travels back a century to learn how fascism rose and then fell in Europe.
|12:00 AM||3 Steps to Pain-Free Living |
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