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WNMU-TV celebrates 50 years of broadcasting

13.1 Schedule Updates

12/3 at 12:30p: Off the Record "Guest: Rep. Jack O’Malley, (R) 101st District"
Description: Welcome back. Our guest this week is lame duck GOP Rep. Jack O'Malley from up north. Our lead story, the race for the state GOP chair is getting crowded. On the OTR panel, Craig Mauger, Emily Lawler and Rick Pluta. Sit in with us as we get the inside, out, off the record.

12/5 at 11:30p: Mt. Washington Auto Road to the Sky
Description: They said it couldn't be done-until they did it: built a road clear up to the summit of the highest mountain in the Northeast. It began in the 1850s with gravel, black powder and stress and strain. Horses and carriages managed to scrabble their way to the top by 1861. Then along came the automobile, and the rest is history.

12/22 at 1:30a: All is Bright! A Concordia Christmas
Description: The musical ensembles of Concordia University Irvine and friends treat you to a festive collection of music that brings light, hope, and joy to the season.

12/25 at 1a: Sympathetic Strings: Stories of the Hardanger Fiddlers
Description: Highlighting fiddle makers, musicians, dancers and apprentices who have formed an ardent, close-knit community of folk tradition practice around Norway’s beloved national instrument.

12/25 at 9p: Call the Midwife Holiday Special 2022
Description: With Christmas approaching, the midwives move to their maternity clinic and are delighted when their first patient is a familiar face. Life in Poplar returns to normal after the tragic train crash, and everyone unites for a festive talent show.
12/25 at 10:30p: Anthony Williams Urban Nutcracker
Description: A celebration of multicultural communities puts a modern spin on the 19th-century fairy tale.  
12/26 at 12:03a: Austin City Limits "The Best of Nanci Griffith"

12/26 at 8:03a: Finding Your Roots "The New World"
Description: Henry Louis Gates, Jr. traces ancestors of actor John Lithgow and journalist Maria Hinojosa who thrived in North America long before the birth of the United States.  

12/31 at 6:30p: POV Shorts "Making Memories"
Description: Wendy's Shabbat and 116 Cameras are two films about history and memory, with a 21st-century twist.  

12/31 at 11p: Great Performances "NY Philharmonic Reopening of David Geffen Hall"
Description: The New York Philharmonic celebrates the reopening of its fully renovated home at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall with a triumphant performance of Beethoven's 9th Symphony, conducted by the Phil's music director, Jaap van Zweden. The opening of the state-of-the-art facility reaffirms the essential role of New York City's cultural life, as well as marks a historic comeback for the world's most dynamic city for the arts following the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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13.3 WNMU-TV PLUS Schedule Updates

12/11 at 4p: To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

12/25 at 4p: To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe
12/25 at 5:57p: Call The Midwife Holiday Special 2019
Description: The Nonnatus House team go to the Outer Hebrides in response to a nursing shortage.
12/25 at 8:59p: PBS News Weekend
12/25 at 9:27p: Call The Midwife Holiday Special 2021
Description: It's 1966 and The Nonnatus House team are faced with their busiest Christmas Day ever.

12/27 at 8:32a: Clown By Quentin Blake
Description: Quentin Blake's Clown brings to life the adventures of a little toy clown who has been thrown away. One Christmas Eve, Clown goes on an exciting journey to find a new home for himself and his friends.

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