This is the KET2 TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Johnson City Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|11:00 PM||Antiques Roadshow |
An update on a 2001 visit to New Orleans features a New Orleans art pottery jardinière; an 1858 map of lower Mississippi; and a 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Series ball.
|12:00 AM||The Vote: American Experience |
Explore the final four years, 1916-1920, of the campaign for the passage of the 19th amendment and meet some of the unsung women whose tireless work would finally ban discrimination at American polls on the basis of sex.
|2:00 AM||Troubled Waters: A Turtle's Tale |
Exploring the impact of human behavior on the environment, as seen through the lens of one of South Florida's most beloved and fragile underwater creatures, the sea turtle. Featuring acclaimed actor and ocean activist Ted Danson and narrated by Peter Coyote, this film takes a critical look at the effects of global warming, water pollution and the "throw-away" plastic lifestyle on this keystone species and inevitable humans themselves.
|3:00 AM||Real Rail Adventures: Swiss International Hubs |
Jeff Wilson explores five international rail hubs in Switzerland that enable efficient trips to Germany, France and Italy. Enjoying grand historic sites, bustling urban neighborhoods, quiet traditional villages and off-the-beaten track surprises, Jeff teaches how to create stress-free, illuminating, multi-country European train adventures.
|4:00 AM||Southwest Florida's Mangrove Coast |
This documentary highlights the 40 year history of Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
|5:00 AM||Amanpour and Company new |
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