This is the WETA PBS HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Washington(Hagrstwn) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|4:00 AM||Start Up |
Daniel Scott and Josh Christiansen start their own plumbing company.
|4:30 AM||Start Up |
Risë Jones and Louis Freeman's journey with TeaLee's is featured.
|5:00 AM||Reconnecting Roots |
European-bred draft horses.
|5:30 AM||Reconnecting Roots |
How the bicycle led to the automobile and to the airplane, while remaining a staple in the American garage.
|6:00 AM||Washington Week |
|6:30 AM||Firing Line With Margaret Hoover |
|7:00 AM||PBS NewsHour |
|8:00 AM||Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope |
Joseph explores Taiwan's natural beauty.
|8:30 AM||Rick Steves' Europe |
A tour of Romania visits Bucharest, known as the "Little Paris of the East"; Transylvania; and Maramures, which has the feel of an open-air folk museum.
|9:00 AM||Antiques Roadshow |
Celebrate the influential icons of our collective and recent memory with treasures like a Jean-Michel Basquiat oil stick drawing, a Fred & Joanne Rogers trolley and card, and Julia Child's copper pans.
|10:00 AM||This Old House |
The old foundation gets modified for the new basement with an opening for a doorway.
|10:30 AM||Ask This Old House |
Jenn discusses creative options for ground cover plants and Nathan installs a new threshold.
|11:00 AM||Joanne Weir's Plates and Places |
Featured are Santorini favas with capers and preserved lemons, savoury pie with chicken, greens, feta, dill, and mint, and labne layered in a jar with honey-poached figs and salted pistachios.
|11:30 AM||Kevin Belton's Cookin' Louisiana |
Hot soft-shell crab; smothered pork chops with rice; and couche couche.
|12:00 PM||Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom |
Wine making or baijiu making in China goes back thousands of years. Martin visits a famous Chengdu distillery for a close up look on how Chinese baijiu is produced. He narrates famous Chinese legends connected to the culture of wine. For a more contemporary look he attends a typical Chinese banquet and shows the popular Chinese drinking games and toasting.
|12:30 PM||Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television |
A look at three recipes inspired by the lemons that are abundant along the Amalfi coast of Italy.
|1:00 PM||Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen |
Meatballs Ammugghiate and Chicken Meatballs in Parmesan Cream Sauce are prepared.
|1:30 PM||Lidia's Kitchen |
|2:00 PM||In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs |
Carol Field prepares Italian breadsticks and rustic country bread with host Julia Child.
|2:30 PM||Sara's Weeknight Meals |
|3:00 PM||Joanne Weir's Plates and Places |
Greek small plates, or meze, are a part of Greek life. Joanne wanders the busy streets of Hermoupolis, the capital of the Greek island of Syros, shopping for local ingredients to prepare a few meze dishes. Then, she heads back to the outdoor kitchen for a cooking class overlooking the Aegean Sea.
|3:30 PM||New Scandinavian Cooking |
Andreas travels to Ringerike in Eastern Norway, the land of fairytales and historical farms. On the edge of the forest, he makes some traditional Norwegian pancakes with local berries.
|4:00 PM||Cook's Country new |
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