KLRU Kids Announces New Schedule

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Ch-ch-ch-changes! The KLRU Kids schedule will be revamped, starting Monday, November 2. Sesame Street will air at 9am on weekdays, while Curious George and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood move up one hour. In the afternoon, Arthur moves up one hour.

Brand new episodes of Bob the Builder start Monday, November 2. To celebrate, KLRU is airing classic episodes of Bob adventures October 18 and 26. Check out what the new Bob will look like below:

Nature Cat is a new show debuting November 25. The show follows a house cat named Fred who dreams of exploring the great outdoors. It will air every Monday and Wednesday at 7am and 2:30pm Learn more about Nature Cat here.

Here’s the entire new schedule:

Weekdays

6:30 am Wild Kratts

7:00 am Curious George/Nature Cat (Mondays & Wednesdays)

7:30 am Curious George

8:00 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

8:30 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

9:00 am Sesame Street

9:30 am Peg + Cat

10:00 am Dinosaur Train

10:30 am Bob the Builder

11:00 am Super Why!

11:30 am Thomas & Friends

12:00 pm Signing Time

12:30 pm Cat in the Hat/Space Racer (Friday only)

1:00 pm Curious George

1:30 pm Peg + Cat

2:00 pm Arthur

2:30 pm Arthur/ Nature Cat (Mondays & Wednesdays)

3:00 pm Odd Squad

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4:00 pm Wild Kratts

4:30 pm Wild Kratts

5:00 pm Martha Speaks/Biz Kid$ (Friday only)

Saturdays

5:00 am Thomas & Friends

5:30 am Bob the Builder

6:00 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

6:30 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

7:00 am Cat in the Hat (Repeat)

7:30 am Curious George/Nature Cat

8:00 am Wild Kratts

8:30 am Wild Kratts

9:00 am Odd Squad

9:30 am Arthur

Sundays

5:00 am Sid the Science Kid

5:30 am Dinosaur Train

6:00 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

6:30 am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

7:00 am Cat in the Hat (Repeat)

7:30 am Curious George/Nature Cat

8:00 am Wild Kratts

8:30 am Wild Kratts

What’s your favorite KLRU Kids’ show?

This post was sponsored by KLRU.

About Nicole Basham 793 Articles
A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

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