WHO 13 takes pride in its educational and informational programs for children. We keep a detailed file of our children’s programming in our public inspection file at https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/tv-profile/who-dt
1801 Grand Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50309
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
WHO 13.1 Regular Saturday Children’s Programming lineup
6:00 AM One Team: The Power of Sports
10:00 AM Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dryer
10:30 AM Wild Child
11:00 AM Roots Less Traveled
WHO 13.1 Regular Sunday Children’s Programming lineup
6:00 AM The Voyager with Josh Garcia
6:30 AM Vets Saving Pets
Here are upcoming changes to WHO 13.1 regularly scheduled children’s programming lineup:
|Program||Regularly Scheduled||Rescheduled Time|
|One Team: The Power of Sports||Saturday 9/11 6AM||Sunday 9/12 11:30AM|
|Earth Odyssey||Saturday 9/25 11AM||Saturday 9/25 6:30AM|
|Earth Odyssey||Saturday 9/25 10AM||Saturday 9/25 7AM|
|Wild Child||Saturday 9/25 10:30AM||Saturday 9/25 7:30AM|
|Roots Less Traveled *RETURNS*||Saturday 10/2 11AM|
|Roots Less Traveled||Saturday 10/9 11AM||Saturday 10/9 6:30AM|
|One Team: The Power of Sports||Saturday 11/6 6AM||Saturday 11/6 11:30AM|
|Roots Less Traveled||Saturday 11/13 11AM||Saturday 11/13 6:30AM|
WHO 13.1 Regularly scheduled programming that is Educational and Information for children 13 to 16 years old:
NBC Kids launched a completely new schedule of programming, designed for older adolescent children, ages 13-16. Each of the six new shows has a hosted format, featuring non-fiction, informative programming that extends NBC’s iconic The More You Know brand to Saturday mornings. The audience will see and hear inspiring stories about the environment, social change, health and wellness, and community engagement.
Saturday 6:00 AM
One Team: The Power of Sports is a live action, half hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. One Team: The Power of Sports features stories that focus on diversity, inclusion, and how sports often bring people together for a common goal that goes beyond the playing field. Hosted by Corey Robinson, this series shines a light on people who have used sports to overcome obstacles or to help their community. Viewers will learn the value of acceptance, and how everyone deserves a fair shot in life. No matter the level of competition, One Team: The Power of Sports demonstrates the impact sports can have on people, regardless of their gender, background, or the color of their skin.
Saturday 10:00 AM
Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dryer is a live action, half-hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer will take viewers on an incredible journey to the wildest points on the globe, uncovering the connection between the environment, the wildlife, and the human beings that surround them. Hosted by Meteorologist Dylan Dreyer, Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer will reveal a new destination each week, ranging from Africa, Indochina, the Middle East, and many untamed islands around the world. Audiences will come face-to-face with fascinating native animals, some cute and some dangerous, while educating teen viewers with amazing facts about nature and wildlife. Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer gives audiences a captivating look at the symbiosis between all living things, in the most larger-than-life places on Earth.
Saturday 10:30 AM
Wild Child is a live action, half-hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Wild Child will take viewers on an adventure to meet the cutest, most curious, most fascinating baby animals on the planet. Along the journey, audiences will witness the incredible bond that exists within the animal kingdom between parents and their children. Hosted by Sheinelle Jones, Wild Child will reveal how these untamed youngsters are born, how they play, and how they learn to survive in the wild. Each week, viewers will witness a wide variety of wild animal children in their first years on Earth as they overcome environmental challenges and threats from predators.
Roots Less Traveled is a live-action, half-hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Roots Less Traveled follows two family members, often from different generations, as they gain a newfound understanding and respect for each other on their quest to learn more about their family history. Each week on Roots Less Traveled, a new pair will set out on an adventure to solve a mystery in their family tree. From rumors of a relative who sailed on the Titanic to stories of homesteaders forging a new path for future generations, our duo will discover the truth behind the tales that have been passed down in their family while our viewers learn the personal stories behind notable historical moments. Viewers will be taken on a literal journey to unique places around the globe, learning more about the culture and history of these significant locations and events that happened there. Throughout this experience, we will witness these family members grow closer as they gain wisdom not only about themselves but also about how their past has helped shape their present.
Sunday 6:00 AM
With a world traveler as our guide, “The Voyager with Josh Garcia” takes audiences on an exciting and culturally rich voyage around the globe. Traveling by ocean, each episode brings audiences to the world’s most incredible destinations as we join Josh on a personal journey to discover, understand and immerse in the hidden beauty, diverse traditions and unique cuisine each port has to offer. As we meet local cultural experts, learn authentic regional stories and taste indigenous dishes, Josh inspires us to celebrate and explore the people, places and cultures of our world.
Sunday 6:30 AM
Vet Saving Pets is a live action, half-hour television program designed to meet the educational and informational needs of children aged 13-16. Vets Saving Pets examines the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals working to save the lives of animals in need of urgent medical care. Vets Saving Pets takes place at the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest veterinary facilities in Canada. Each week, viewers will be exposed to new emergency cases that will teach audiences about a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine such as critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry, and surgery. Audiences will witness first-hand the dedication and determination of these veterinary specialists as they work tirelessly to save their animal patients.
Regularly scheduled programming through WHO-HD Channel 13.3 (Antenna TV) that is Educational and Informational for children 13 – 16 years old:
Saturday’s 8:00 AM
“SCIENCE WORLD” furthers the educational and informational needs of children 13 to 16 years of age with its programming content, including featuring stories of scientific developments around the world.
Wild Discoveries at the San Diego Zoo
Saturday’s 8:30 AM
Wild Discoveries at the San Diego Zoo furthers the educational and informational needs of children 13 to 16 years of age with its programming content, including information about various animals and their habitats.