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PBS 6 for August 19, 2022

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PBS Kids for August 19, 2022

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Show
7 p.m.
Sesame Street: The Monster at the End of This Stor With a little help from his friends, Grover learns all about bravery and ways to handle nerves.
7:30 p.m.
Daniel Tiger Movie: Won't You Be Our Neighbor? Daniel and his community welcome new friends in this movie event from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.
8:30 p.m.
Sesame Street: The Monster at the End of This Stor With a little help from his friends, Grover learns all about bravery and ways to handle nerves.
9 p.m.
Arthur : Buster's Second Chance/Arthur and the Whole Truth With the help of a little time travel, Buster sees what his life would be like if he were a genius.
9:30 p.m.
Arthur : Fern's Flights of Fancy/Cereal Buster tells the story of a missing cereal box on his all-new podcast. Will he find the thief?
10:30 p.m.
Pinkalicious & Peterrific : A Birthday Party for Kendra/Norman Plans a Playdat Pinkalicious learns that Kendra has never celebrated a birthday so she decides to throw her a party!

PBS 6 Plus for August 19, 2022

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Show
8 p.m.
Antiques Roadshow : PHILBROOK MUSEUM HOUR 1Watch online with AZPM Passport
A 2006 J.K. Rowling-signed "Harry Potter" book and a 1949 Model 4500 Rolex and box are appraised.
9 p.m.
Antiques Roadshow : PHILBROOK MUSEUM HOUR 2Watch online with AZPM Passport
Outstanding finds include a Charles Wilda "The Hour of Prayer" oil and a 1950 Gibson SJ-200 guitar.
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