The "at" command fit the bill.
I am running a Raspberry Pi 3b+ 24/7 so I first installed the "at" package with "sudo apt install at"
The following shows how easy it is to set up the recording.
Note that you use control-D to enter the <EOT> on a blank "at>" prompt.
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pi@Rpi3b-plus:~ $ at 23:44 Sat warning: commands will be executed using /bin/sh at> wget http://192.168.0.33:5004/auto/v34.1?duration=11820 -O "/mnt/wdex2/Shared Videos/ATSC3/BYUvTexasStPostGameAndGame-20201024.mpeg" at> <EOT> job 6 at Sat Oct 24 23:44:00 2020
Read the man page for "at" to see other options.
For now, this is a simple way to record future programs for which there is no guide data for the HDHR app and DVR.