On-Air Highlights

WITF TV Picks for the week of March 13, 2016

Written by John Kinzer, Production/Continuity Specialist witf | Mar 11, 2016 9:30 AM

Sunday March 13 at 6:00pm - Finding Your Roots - Learn how Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow, who last shared the screen together in 1969, also share a history of tragic deaths in their families that played major roles in shaping future generations.
Monday March 14 at 8:00pm - Josh Groban: Stages Live - Join the world-renowned performer to explore classic songs from the Broadway songbook. Fans of all ages will want to sing along to famous tunes including "All I Ask of You," "Bring Him Home," "Anthem," "Pure Imagination," "Try to Remember" and more.
Tuesday March 15 at 8:00pm - Celtic Thunder: Legacy - Since its inception in August 2007 Celtic Thunder has wowed audiences the world over with their crisp vocal harmonies and powerful ensemble numbers.  Now the global Irish singing sensation that is Celtic Thunder present 'Legacy', their new stage show.  
Wednesday March 16 at 8:00pm - This Land is Your Land - Take a musical journey through the evolution of modern American folk music, from its roots in bluegrass to San Francisco coffee houses to clubs in Greenwich Village. The Smothers Brothers and Judy Collins host.
Thursday March 17 at 8:00pm - Forever Wisdom of Dr. Wayne Dyer - Celebrate the iconic thinker's wisdom teachings and unique ability to translate abstract ideas into down-to-earth lessons that can be applied to everyday life. This inspirational memorial tribute includes memorable stories, both funny and soulful.
Friday March 18 at 9:30pm - Patient's Playbook with Leslie Michelson - Join medical case management expert Leslie Michelson to discover the roadmap that every American needs to follow to get the best medical care possible. This step-by-step practical guide provides life-saving strategies and empowering decision-making tools.
Saturday March 19 at 8:00pm - Classical Rewind 2 - Join actor/conductor David Ogden Stiers for a sumptuous visual and aural feast of works from the masters. The program travels the centuries with delightful visual interpretations of playful dances, dynamic symphonic works and heartbreaking melodies..

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