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Saturday, February 19, 2022

Time
Show
12:30 a.m.
Desert SpeaksWatch online with AZPM Passport
Pilgrimage To A Party
2 a.m.
Keeping Up Appearances Early Retirement
2:30 a.m.
As Time Goes by Covering Up (1994)
3:31 a.m.
4 a.m.
Chef! Paris? Jamaica?
5 a.m.
Body Electric Tallahassee, Fl
5:30 a.m.
Yoga in PracticeWatch online with AZPM Passport
The Inner Fire of Transformation
7 a.m.
Growing a Greener World Locavores and Yard-Sharing
7:30 a.m.
Central Texas GardenerWatch online with AZPM Passport
Gorgeous Gardens in Drought
8 a.m.
It's Sew Easy Basic Skills
8:30 a.m.
FIT 2 STITCH Guest Designer - Guest From Stanley Korshak - Juli
9 a.m.
This Old HouseWatch online with AZPM Passport
West Roxbury | Drain Pipe Puzzle
9:30 a.m.
Ask This Old HouseWatch online with AZPM Passport
Shrub Harvesting, Building a Box Joint Jig
10:30 a.m.
Sara's Weeknight MealsWatch online with AZPM Passport
Cozy Casseroles
11 a.m.
Legacy List With Matt Paxton A Collection or Two
12 p.m.
Antiques RoadshowWatch online with AZPM Passport
OMNI MOUNT WASHINGTON RESORT HOUR 1
1 p.m.
Antiques RoadshowWatch online with AZPM Passport
CROCKER ART MUSEUM HOUR 3
3 p.m.
Finding Your RootsWatch online with AZPM Passport
Forgotten Journeys
4 p.m.
This Old HouseWatch online with AZPM Passport
West Roxbury | Drain Pipe Puzzle
4:30 p.m.
Ask This Old HouseWatch online with AZPM Passport
Shrub Harvesting, Building a Box Joint Jig
7 p.m.
Doc Martin From the Mouths of Babes...
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