WGVK Life TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WGVK Life in the South Bend/Elkhart Area

This is the WGVK Life 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.

4:00 AMAsk This Old House 
Installing a bluestone patio in a backyard; adding a bike rack to a small garage.
4:30 AMBurt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 
How restaurants adapt to serve new generations.
5:00 AMWeekends With Yankee 
Bangs Island Mussels, a fishery in Portland, Maine, and Vermont's Trapp Family Lodge are visited.
5:30 AMEat Drink and Bake with Andrea 
Andrea prepares filet mignon, frozen Irish cream whiskey cream pie, and scalloped herbed potatoes.
6:00 AMTo Dine For With Kate Sullivan 
Jake Wood, a former Marine who used his military training to create and lead a non-profit called Team Rubicon is spotlighted. He won the 2018 Pat Tillman award for service at the ESPY awards and has written a book "Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to be a First Responder in Business." Over burgers and beer and cheese curds, Jake talks about his passion to put Veterans back to work and harness their military training to serve and help those in disaster areas across the world.
6:30 AMWyland's Art Studio 
7:00 AMFit 2 Stitch 
Peggy shows viewers how to make sure clothes fit properly.
7:30 AMModern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini 
Georgia heads to South Carolina to meet the many talented artisans that define Lowcountry.
8:00 AMA Taste of History 
Staib goes to Zor, Ohio, and learns what can be finished with a strong sense of community.
8:30 AMBeyond Your Backyard 
Erik The Travel Guy experiences the extraordinary world outside of his backyard.
9:00 AMNeven's Spanish Food Trails 
Neven explores the fish market of Andalusia in Cadiz.
9:30 AMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
In the late 1600s, the Spanish Crown sent Catholic missionaries to northwest Mexico to pacify Indians and make the way for European settlers. One cleric is remembered for his charisma, his geographical wandering, and his penchant for founding missions, including the architectural masterpiece of the Southwest, the Mission San Xavier del Bac: Francisco Eusebio Kino.
10:00 AMAsk This Old House 
Building a custom fireplace mantel; garden edging; repairing a leaky kitchen faucet.
10:30 AMAsk This Old House 
Jenn explains how various climates across the United States impact the design, care and maintenance of different landscapes, which includes discussing USDA Hardiness Zones and native plant species.
11:00 AMBaby Makes 3 
Conclusion. The nursery is completed. Included: child-proofing; and final decorative touches.
11:30 AMtasteMAKERS 
The artisans who are defining the flavor of American food are spotighted. Included: what drives these makers, what inspires them, and how they perfected their craft.
12:00 PMTo Dine For With Kate Sullivan 
Jake Wood, a former Marine who used his military training to create and lead a non-profit called Team Rubicon is spotlighted. He won the 2018 Pat Tillman award for service at the ESPY awards and has written a book "Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to be a First Responder in Business." Over burgers and beer and cheese curds, Jake talks about his passion to put Veterans back to work and harness their military training to serve and help those in disaster areas across the world.
12:30 PMWyland's Art Studio 
1:00 PMFit 2 Stitch 
Peggy shows viewers how to make sure clothes fit properly.
1:30 PMModern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini 
Georgia heads to South Carolina to meet the many talented artisans that define Lowcountry.
2:00 PMA Taste of History 
Staib goes to Zor, Ohio, and learns what can be finished with a strong sense of community.
2:30 PMBeyond Your Backyard 
Erik The Travel Guy experiences the extraordinary world outside of his backyard.
3:00 PMNeven's Spanish Food Trails 
Neven explores the fish market of Andalusia in Cadiz.
3:30 PMIn the Americas With David Yetman 
In the late 1600s, the Spanish Crown sent Catholic missionaries to northwest Mexico to pacify Indians and make the way for European settlers. One cleric is remembered for his charisma, his geographical wandering, and his penchant for founding missions, including the architectural masterpiece of the Southwest, the Mission San Xavier del Bac: Francisco Eusebio Kino.
4:00 PMAsk This Old House 
Building a custom fireplace mantel; garden edging; repairing a leaky kitchen faucet.

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