Evening TV Schedules

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PBS 6 for February 5, 2022

7 p.m.
Doc Martin : Farewell, My Lovely Louisa's stress is compounded when she must take a group of students on a sailing trip.
10 p.m.
Public Television Feature Film Package : The Maltese Falcon Detective Sam Spade takes a case brought to him by a beautiful but secretive woman.

PBS Kids for February 5, 2022

8 p.m.
Peg + Cat : The Dance Problem/Follow the Bouncing Ball Peg and Cat can dance with their idol Misty Copeland, if Cat can overcome a big obstacle-his tail!
9 p.m.
Arthur : Muffy Misses Out/Arthur Takes a Stand Muffy worries that her friends don't need her anymore when they plan a bake sale without her.
10 p.m.
Cyberchase : Watts of Halloween Trouble Matt sets up the farm for his family's annual Halloween Pumpkin Patch Party and he is so excited!
10:30 p.m.
Wordgirl : Meat-Life Crisis/Mobot Knows Best The Butcher can't summon the meat to defeat WordGirl he decides to go live at home with Kid Potato.

PBS 6 Plus for February 5, 2022

6 p.m.
Escape to the Chateau : Spring Dick buys a tractor, with plans to tame the walled garden, and the couple explore truffle farming.
8:30 p.m.
Firing Line With Margaret Hoover Watch online with AZPM Passport
Secretary of the Smithsonian Lonnie Bunch kicks off Black History Month with an important discussion
9 p.m.
Austin City Limits : Olivia Rodrigo/Phoebe BridgersWatch online with AZPM Passport
Enjoy fresh perspectives in great songs from Olivia Rodrigo and Phoebe Bridgers.
10 p.m.
Muhammad Ali : ROUND TWO: WHAT'S MY NAME? (1964-1970)Watch online with AZPM Passport
Cassius Clay publicly joins the Nation of Islam and takes the name Muhammad Ali.
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