Since the Fall of 2018, I have been able to watch WQED on Saturday and Sunday afternoon for a few hours whenever the pledge-drive shows are not airing. I generally watch this channel in my “computer room” for three hours on some Saturdays … and I watch it for one to three hours on Sundays, depending on what kinds of shows are airing then.
It actually started on the afternoon of October 27, 2018. I was watching the Pittsburgh TV stations cover an incident, which happened at Tree Of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill that morning, and, after I had gotten tired of seeing them talking about it for a while, I switched over to WQED … and, since then, I have been able to watch the station for a while on the weekends.
Watching WQED on some weekend afternoons relaxes me, depending on which programs are airing. The programs that air on there at those times are sometimes fun to watch. It’s hard for me to pick a great show that I really like to see on there on the weekends, but, if I had to pick one, it would probably have to be “The Woodwright’s Shop,” which airs at 2:30 on some Saturday afternoons.
If you need to watch some relaxing shows on weekends, may I suggests watching WQED for a few hours on weekend afternoons? It may relax you in a big way. The channel relaxes me in a big way.