28 thoughts on “‘Wheat Belly Total Health’ on PBS

  1. Boundless

    Dr. Davis is only posting a week or so of scheduled airings at a time, largely, I suspect, because PBS stations don’t nail down their full (off-prime) schedules for more than a week or two in advance.

    So keep checking your local/regional PBS station’s web schedules.

    Also, Rodale and the producing PBS station have made several DVD and book bundles available to other PBS stations for use as pledge premiums. If your station is running begathons this month, see if WB stuff is in the prize pile. If so, that probably means they’ll air the show, but it also means that you can obtain the show by coughing up the dough.

    The pledges can be pretty steep. Plan C is to wait for the DVDs to show up on eBay next year.

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  2. Desmond

    Good start. Alas, no showings in Georgia, just “Celtic Woman Christmas.”

    Now we need a “NOVA” special… or a Fat-Head edition of “Frontline.”

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    1. Desmond

      My mistake. It actually had its premier on GPB back in August, but I missed it. No December viewing, though.

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      1. Becky

        And no showings in my area, eastern Washington State, where whole counties are devoted to wheat ranches. In my formative years, I was always aware that the wheat growers were on the wealthier end of the farming spectrum. Politically influential, too. As calorie consumption shifts, it’ll probably be the coconut growers with all the bucks and power!

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      2. Firebird

        I noticed it is not airing in big markets like Philadelphia and NYC. Fortunately for cable and the FCC’s “Must carry” laws, cities within those metropolitans with TV stations must be made available to the consumer as being part of the TV market, ie. Allentown, PA is considered part of the Philadelphia market and has an Independent channel and a PBS channel, both of which I receive as part of my basic cable package.

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  3. Boundless

    Dr. Davis is only posting a week or so of scheduled airings at a time, largely, I suspect, because PBS stations don’t nail down their full (off-prime) schedules for more than a week or two in advance.

    So keep checking your local/regional PBS station’s web schedules.

    Also, Rodale and the producing PBS station have made several DVD and book bundles available to other PBS stations for use as pledge premiums. If your station is running begathons this month, see if WB stuff is in the prize pile. If so, that probably means they’ll air the show, but it also means that you can obtain the show by coughing up the dough.

    The pledges can be pretty steep. Plan C is to wait for the DVDs to show up on eBay next year.

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  4. Desmond

    Good start. Alas, no showings in Georgia, just “Celtic Woman Christmas.”

    Now we need a “NOVA” special… or a Fat-Head edition of “Frontline.”

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  5. Firebird

    If there is one thing to watch during a PBS beg-a-thon, this would be it…well maybe Brit Floyd…but still…

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  6. Firebird

    If there is one thing to watch during a PBS beg-a-thon, this would be it…well maybe Brit Floyd…but still…

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  7. Firebird

    I got to watch last night on the PBS station in Allentown, PA. Well done and I hope the information is well received and takes off.

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  8. Firebird

    I got to watch last night on the PBS station in Allentown, PA. Well done and I hope the information is well received and takes off.

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  9. JasonG

    I just happened to catch this on TV. Someone else was flipping through the channels when I heard something along the lines of, “Take more salt and minerals because your body gets rid of excess fluids.” My ears perked up. Then he talked about the necessity of reducing insulin.

    I love the positive press.

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  10. JasonG

    I just happened to catch this on TV. Someone else was flipping through the channels when I heard something along the lines of, “Take more salt and minerals because your body gets rid of excess fluids.” My ears perked up. Then he talked about the necessity of reducing insulin.

    I love the positive press.

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