WLRN Channel 17 TV Schedule

Monday, December 22
11:30 AM
Peg + Cat + Holidays
Peg and Cat help Santa make, wrap and deliver presents to all the world's children; Albert Einstein invites Peg and Cat over on Hanukkah; and Peg and Cat coach skiing penguins.
12:30 PM
Bob the Builder
“Part of the Team”
Bob builds a new garage for the team, which especially thrills Muck; Scrambler's afraid of a machine wash at the yard until he actually uses it.
1:00 PM
Dinosaur Train
“Rocket Train Surprise Party; Cloudy With a Chance of Fun”
Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don throw a surprise birthday party for Mr. Conductor; and Mr. Conductor explains what clouds are made of.
1:30 PM
Super WHY!
“The Twelve Dancing Princesses”
When Whyatt's family becomes secretive, he and the Super Readers enter "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" to learn why people might act like that.
2:00 PM
Elmo's Christmas Countdown
Elmo and Abby try to help Stiller the Elf (Ben Stiller) track down the 10 numbered boxes in his magical Christmas Counter-Downer. Musical numbers with Sheryl Crow, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Hudson, Brad Paisley and Jamie Foxx are also featured.
3:00 PM
Martha Speaks
“Bookbots 3: Fit Fights Fat; Grandpa Bernie Cleans Up”
The out-of-shape Bookbots battle a literacy-loathing villain; Martha and Skits meet an elderly dog who claims she was bitten by a ball from outer space.
3:30 PM
“Arthur and D.W. Clean Up; The Long, Dull Winter”
D.W. and Arthur must clean up their rooms before they can attend a special event in the park; and the gang invents a holiday when they get the post-holiday blues in January.
4:00 PM
“Tell Her What She's Won; Victoria is the Best...WordGirl?”
Seymour Smooth kidnaps a game-show host; Scoops thinks that Victoria Best may be WordGirl.
4:30 PM
Wild Kratts
“Bandito: The Black Footed Ferret”
Martin discovers a lost colony of black-footed ferrets while trying out Aviva's new stone digger.
5:00 PM
Sid the Science Kid
“The Amazing Computer Science Tool”
Sid and his class learn about computers.
5:30 PM
Curious George
“Surprise Quints; Muddy Monkey”
George is asked to keep a neighbor busy while a surprise party is arranged for the man, but the job proves difficult when the man's brothers arrive, and they all look alike. Also: George refuses to take a bath after he loses his favorite bath toy.
6:00 PM
Curious George
“Curious George Takes a Vacation; Curious George and the One That Got Away”
George and the Man in the Yellow Hat go to an airport to start a vacation, only to find that their flight has been delayed. However, George finds amusement in the airport's busy atmosphere.
6:30 PM
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!
“Maps; Termite Towers”
The Cat takes Nick and Sally on a pirate adventure that finds them following a treasure map to a real treasure: parchment paper and ink pens that will enable them to make their own pirate maps.
7:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam”
A tour of the Netherlands stops in Haarlem, Rotterdam and Delft; and explores Zuiderzee, an area of land reclaimed from an inlet. Included: cheese markets; dikes; and windmills.
7:30 PM
In the Americas With David Yetman
“Cuetzalan: The Celebration of San Francisco”
Cuetzalan, a remote town in the Mexican state of Puebla, is visited.
8:00 PM
“Christmas in Yellowstone”
Linda Hunt narrates this delightful look at Yellowstone National Park in winter, featuring red foxes seeking mice and voles in snow-covered fields; an otter family reuniting with an injured offspring; bison foraging for food.
9:00 PM
Operation Maneater
The series concludes with a visit to Namibia's Chobe River, where crocodile attacks are fairly commonplace. Included: an attempt to reduce attacks by training crocodiles to associate the sound of a bell with an electric shock.
10:00 PM
Saving Elephants: The Eyes of Thailand
One woman's quest to help two elephant landmine survivors is chronicled. Ashley Judd narrates.
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker
“Globe Trekker Special: World War I”
A tour of WWI sites in France and Belgium. Included: Meaux, France, which is home to the Museum of the Great War; Ypres, Belgium, where many battles took place; and Verdun, France, where 300,000 French and German soldiers lost their lives in 1916.