This is the WFSU HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Tallahassee. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! |
Nick and Sally search for a missing guinea pig; and learn how to stay on top of water from Walker the water strider.
|1:00 PM||Sesame Street |
Bert uses his imagination and pretend-plays a saxophone so that he can join his friends in their pretend band and play in a concert.
|1:30 PM||Pinkalicious & Peterrific |
Peter builds the tallest block tower ever; Pinkalicious wants to do something special for Mommy.
|2:00 PM||Nature Cat |
The gang hopes to find a moth for Hal; and Nature Cat and pals learn about the importance of sand dunes.
|2:30 PM||Let's Go Luna! |
Leo's plant isn't doing well.
|3:00 PM||American Experience |
Chronicling the epidemic of the Spanish flu in 1918. Included: futile attempts to develop a vaccine. Narrated by Linda Hunt.
|4:00 PM||The Roosevelts: An Intimate History |
Teddy becomes the 26th U.S. president on Sept. 14, 1901, six months into his term of vice president, when President McKinley is assassinated.
|6:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|7:00 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|7:30 PM||Rick Steves' Europe |
Sites near Paris are visited, including Versailles; Vaux le Vicomte; Fontainebleau; and Chartres Cathedral.
|8:00 PM||Washington Week |
|8:30 PM||Firing Line With Margaret Hoover |
|9:00 PM||Great Performances |
Peter Boyer's imusical story of Ellis Island immigrants. Conducted by Carl St. Clair with readings by Barry Bostwick, Camryn Manheim and Michael Nouri.
|10:00 PM||Statue of Liberty |
Ken Burns' history of the landmark includes comments by New York governor Mario Cuomo.
|11:00 PM||Amanpour and Company new |
|12:00 AM||PBS NewsHour |
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