WMED (PBS) Schedule


WMED (PBS) TV Schedule

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Sunday, October 4 2015
  • Time Show
    • 6:00am
      Focus on EuropeEPISODE: 53

      The last allied troops pull out of Germany 25 years following unification; integrating refugees in Sweden; cycling in Turkey.

    • 7:00am
      Bob the BuilderBelieve in Yourself

      Scrambler wants to be just like the Super-Smasher, a superhero machine; Roley makes up a surfing rap for Brad's weather announcement.

    • 7:30am
      Thomas & FriendsFire & Water

      Railway inspectors question whether Sir Topham Hatt needs two fire engines; Gordon loses water after getting hit by a stone.

    • 2:00pm
      Downton AbbeySeason 3 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

      Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine joins the cast of the period drama as Cora's mother Martha, who makes a grand entrance when she arrives at Downton for Matthew and Mary's wedding. However, with the couple struggling to stay united as their big day looms, will Martha's Atlantic crossing have been for nothing? Meanwhile, Mr Carson runs the rule over new footman Alfred, and Robert receives news that could leave him facing the greatest crisis of his life - and plunge the rest of the household into chaos. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Maggie Smith, Jim Carter and Michelle Dockery

    • 4:00pm
      Downton AbbeySeason 3 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      With the estate's future hanging in the balance, Mary hopes to receive a bailout from her grandmother Martha - and with Violet's help, tries to make sure Downton puts on a bigger show than ever before with a grand party for friends and neighbours. Meanwhile, Mrs Hughes hears worrying news, and O'Brien's efforts to boost Alfred's progress meets with disapproval from Thomas. Costume drama, starring Michelle Dockery, Shirley MacLaine and Maggie Smith

    • 5:00pm
      Downton AbbeySeason 3 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

      Edith's big day finally arrives, but will her enthusiasm convince the family that Strallan's age doesn't matter? Meanwhile, Mrs Hughes anxiously awaits her results, Anna makes a breakthrough to help Bates, and Mary takes matters into her own hands to secure the estate's future - but the personal cost could be high. Costume drama, starring Laura Carmichael, Robert Bathurst, Phyllis Logan, Joanne Froggatt and Michelle Dockery

    • 7:00pm
      The Great British Bake OffSeason 4 Episode 5: Biscuits and Traybakes

      Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood assess how the remaining contestants cope with preparing biscuits and traybakes. The signature challenge throws up a variety of bakewells, banoffees and brownies, while French classic tuiles are the order of the day in the technical test. Finally, the bakers construct 'biscuit towers', but who will crumble under the pressure of the showstopper?

    • 8:00pm
      Home FiresSeason 1 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

      Drama about the lives of a group of Women's Institute members in a rural Cheshire community during the Second World War. In the face of an impending conflict with Germany, the Great Paxford WI faces a difficult decision. When president Joyce Cameron resigns, taking most of the membership with her, Frances Barden and her supporters must recruit new helpers from unexpected places. Starring Samantha Bond, Francesca Annis, Ruth Gemmell, Claire Rushbrook and Frances Grey, with Ed Stoppard and Mark Bazeley

    • 9:00pm
      Indian SummersSeason 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      The fallout from the shooting reverberates around Simla and a curfew is imposed to deal with the supposed terrorist threat, and the arrival of a journalist causes trouble for Ralph when he tries to uncover the truth behind the assassination attempt. Ian is shocked to learn of his uncle's financial difficulties, while Eugene and Cynthia conspire to push Madeleine and Ralph closer together. Sarah becomes suspicious of Alice's past and turns detective to find out why she really moved to India

    • 10:00pm
      The WidowerSeason 1 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

      Factual drama based on the crimes of convicted murderer Malcolm Webster, co-written by Bafta winner Jeff Pope (Philomena). When mild-mannered nurse Malcolm (Reece Shearsmith) is confronted by his new wife over his wild spending, he starts to drug her to keep her quiet. However, a medical check-up then threatens to expose him, so he decides to silence his spouse once and for all. Three years on, he has a new bride - and history appears to be repeating itself. With Sheridan Smith and Kate Fleetwood

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