The Ohio Channel TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for The Ohio Channel in the Cleveland/Columbus Area

This is the The Ohio Channel TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Cleveland/Columbus Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

4:00 AMOhio House & Senate 
7:00 AMSupreme Court of Ohio 
Coverage of state judicial proceedings.
9:00 AMThe Sound of Ideas 
Area newsmakers field viewer questions.
10:00 AMAll Sides With Ann Fisher 
A topical talk show that tackles issues and events important to central Ohio.
11:00 AMAll Sides With Ann Fisher 
A topical talk show that tackles issues and events important to central Ohio.
12:00 PMOhio Channel Presents 
A selection of Ohio Channel specials, covering a wide variety of topics.
1:00 PMBook Notes 
An interview series that features Ohio authors and books about Ohio.
1:30 PMOur Ohio 
Ohio is celebrated in this series examining its history, heritage and culture through stories and interviews from across the state.
2:00 PMBroad and High 
2:30 PMApplause 
A weekly series focusing on the region's artistic and cultural landscapes.
3:00 PMSpotlight: Riffe Gallery 
Gallery exhibits at the Ohio Riffe Art Gallery are featured. Included: interviews with the artists and curators.
3:30 PMSpotlight: Riffe Gallery 
Gallery exhibits at the Ohio Riffe Art Gallery are featured. Included: interviews with the artists and curators.
4:00 PMOhio House & Senate 
5:00 PMThe Sound of Ideas 
Area newsmakers field viewer questions.
6:00 PMAll Sides With Ann Fisher 
A topical talk show that tackles issues and events important to central Ohio.

How to Watch The Ohio Channel

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