This is the WNIT InFocus 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.
|1:00 PM||Song of the Mountains |
Performers include the Lang Sisters; and Carson Peters & Iron Mountain.
|2:00 PM||Austin City Limits |
Thrill to an hour with Spanish singer, songwriter and dancer Rosalia. The Latin Grammy-winning Catalonia native performs songs from her album "El Mal Querer."
|3:00 PM||Sun Studio Sessions |
JD Wilkes and the Legendary Shack Shakers performs several original songs, including “Come On In”, “Sugar Baby” and “Mud.”
|3:30 PM||Songs at the Center |
Performances from The Push Stars frontman Chris Trapper, songwriter Olivia Millerschi, and the signature guitar style of songwriter Diana Chittester.
|4:00 PM||Make48 |
The 48 hours are winding down and the teams are in the final stages of wrapping up their designs, making a product website and preparing their pitch.
|4:30 PM||Start Up |
Dr. Paul Thomas knew what he wanted to do with his life since the age of 17. After completing medical school, residency, and a short stint at an Urgent Care facility, he founded Plum Health. Plum Health offers direct primary care services.
|5:00 PM||The Lawrence Welk Show |
The Mills Brothers delight with their hit "Paper Doll. The Lennon Sisters sing "Hummingbird."
|6:00 PM||NHK Newsline |
A look at business and global current events.
|6:30 PM||The Laura Flanders Show new |
Acclaimed white anti-racist scholar Mab Segrest traces the racist roots of American psychiatry.
|7:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|8:00 PM||Experience Michiana |
A magazine series that highlights the region with information and insights on the economy, politics, the outdoors, culture and the arts.
|8:30 PM||World of Guitar |
|9:00 PM||BackStage Pass |
Featuring the singing powerhouse Jack and The Bones.
|10:00 PM||American Masters |
The life of Charley Pride sheds light on the complicated history of the American South and its music.
|11:00 PM||PBS NewsHour |
|12:00 AM||Washington Week |
|12:30 AM||Firing Line With Margaret Hoover |
|1:00 AM||American Masters |
Spotlighting international art sensation Keith Haring, who blazed a trail through the art scene of '80s New York.
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