WTIU Create TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WTIU Create in the Terre Haute Area

This is the WTIU Create TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Terre Haute Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

3:00 AMSomewhere South 
A dinner honoring pioneering chef Edna Lewis. Vivian gives porridge the royal treatment and learns about African American contributions to Southern cuisine.
4:00 AMGreat Estates Scotland 
A tour of Dumfries House, which features a large collection of Chippendale furniture.
5:00 AMChristina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 
Cristina prepares healthy snacks, including Pita Chips with Hummus, Pecan Squares and Asteroids.
5:30 AMJazzy Vegetarian 
Penne and black bean salad; red quinoa salad; cucumber salad; tomato salad.
6:00 AMGreat Estates Scotland 
Inveraray Castle, which is the home to the duke of Argyll, is visited in the first episode of the series, which tours Scottish estates. It is perhaps best known in the U.S. for its use in "Downton Abbey" as Duneagle Castle (Rose's former home).
7:00 AMBest of Sewing With Nancy 
Using easy rectangles and squares for patterns.
7:30 AMPaint This With Jerry Yarnell 
Adding more highlights and brighter rays to the sunset; underpainting the Statue; and shaping and forming the robe.
8:00 AMThis Old House 
Renovation projects are undertaken to demonstrate home repair and building techniques in this Emmy-winning how-to program. Original host Bob Vila was replaced in 1989 after producers objected to his commercial endorsements. Steve Thomas took over until 2003, when he was replaced by Kevin O'Connor. Ace carpenter Norm Abram has been a staple of the show since its inception. Spin-offs include 'Ask This Old House,' while vintage episodes air on HGTV as 'This Old House Classics.'
8:30 AMAsk This Old House 
Experts help solve a steady stream of home improvement problems.
9:00 AM 
9:30 AMIowa Ingredient 
A cooking show with a local angle, spotlighting farmers, chefs and ingredients from Iowa.
10:00 AMThe Daytripper 
Chet heads to the heart of the oil boom, exploring the Permian Basin's history with black gold. He discovers the quaint boyhood home of President George W. Bush and eats Iraqi food with some Texas hospitality.
10:30 AMFly Brother With Ernest White II 
11:00 AMRick Steves' Europe 
England's West Country, home of quaint Cotswold villages, is toured. Included: Wells, which is England's smallest cathedral town; the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur; and Stonehenge and Avebury.
11:30 AM 
12:00 PMFlavor of Poland 
One of the most colorful and breathtaking natural landscapes of Poland is found along its southern border. Aleksandra explores the folk art and history of the Podhale region, sampling some of its best delicacies, smoked sheep's milk cheeses, spiced, mulled wine, lamb shank, potato pancakes, sauerkraut soup (Kwaƛnica), and much more.
12:30 PMTo Dine For With Kate Sullivan 
Leila Janah shares why sustainable food is the fuel she needs to continue her mission of ending world poverty.
1:00 PMBest of Sewing With Nancy 
Using easy rectangles and squares for patterns.
1:30 PMPaint This With Jerry Yarnell 
Adding more highlights and brighter rays to the sunset; underpainting the Statue; and shaping and forming the robe.
2:00 PMThis Old House 
Renovation projects are undertaken to demonstrate home repair and building techniques in this Emmy-winning how-to program. Original host Bob Vila was replaced in 1989 after producers objected to his commercial endorsements. Steve Thomas took over until 2003, when he was replaced by Kevin O'Connor. Ace carpenter Norm Abram has been a staple of the show since its inception. Spin-offs include 'Ask This Old House,' while vintage episodes air on HGTV as 'This Old House Classics.'
2:30 PMAsk This Old House 
Experts help solve a steady stream of home improvement problems.
3:00 PM 

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