Masterpiece Mystery!
Sun, 07/13/2014 - 9:00pm

A woman found choked to death with a black silk stocking is the third strangling victim in a month, putting the Oxford city police on edge. Morse and Thursday grapple with their personal travails as they work to narrow the list of possible suspects before the Oxford strangler strikes again.

Last Tango in Halifax
Sun, 07/13/2014 - 8:00pm

In this episode, discern the causes of Gillian’s burgeoning problems and Kate’s awkwardness around Lawrence.

The BAFTA-winning comedy-drama about romance and second chances returns as the reunited childhood sweethearts Celia (Anne Reid) and Alan (Derek Jacobi) plan a life together. As secrets from the past come tumbling out and family members adjust to changing relationships, can Alan and Celia find the long-awaited happiness they deserve?

Wild Kratts
Mon, 07/07/2014 - 7:00am
Mon, 07/07/2014 - 5:00pm
painted by Roelant Savery/wikipedia

The Wild Kratts crew lament the extinction of different animals in recent history and how they'll never ever be able to see them. Aviva decides that it's finally time to unveil her most secret invention yet -- the Time Trampoline! Using the trampoline, the Wild Kratts jump back in time to meet the extinct species. Science Concept: Extinction -- different types of animals can go extinct and disappear from the planet in a number of ways -- habitat loss, overhunting, etc. Once an animal goes extinct, it is lost forever.

Let's Polka!
Sat, 07/12/2014 - 6:30pm

This is part 3 of the band's performances at WSKG.

Back in 1975, the Joe Weber Band was called the "Top Hats'. It consisted of three musicians; Drums, Guitar, and Accordion. In 1984, the band changed its name to the "Joe Weber Band". Although losing the Guitar player, we added a female vocalist, Clarinet/Sax, and Trumpet. All through the years, we have entertained our audiences with Austrian/German music, and also 40's, 50's, and 60's modern.

The band started out by entertaining in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania. In the early 1980's, the Joe Weber Band expanded their audience to Maine, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. We've also have done many cruises.
The Joe Weber Band performs in various shapes and forms, as a:
    Trio (Drums, Sax/Clarinet, Accordion )
    Trio plus female vocalist
    Trio plus another Brass
    Full band (Trumpet, Sax/Clarinet, Accordion, Drums, and Vocalist )

Joe Weber also performs solo with the ButtonBox, at many dinner events and socials where the Austrian/German atmosphere is needed.

Midsomer Murders
Sat, 07/12/2014 - 8:00pm

Episodes #801 & #802 - "Things That Go Bump in the Night"
Fletcher's Cross undertaker Patrick Pennyman is found dead in his own chapel of rest with a shocked look on his face. Suspicion points at the local spiritualist church which is heavily controversial in the village. Barnaby and Scott try to uncover the mysteries of the church as well as trying to unmask the brutal killer. They have to interview the undertaker's former business partner who hated the man, a handyman with a mischievous personality and a womanizing pensioner. And when another murder is committed the village unleashes its full evil potential.

Washington Week With Gwen Ifill
Fri, 07/11/2014 - 8:00pm
faungg's photos/Flickr

Join moderator and managing editor Gwen Ifill each week as she leads a robust roundtable discussion with award-winning journalists who provide reporting and analysis of the major stories emanating from the nation’s capital.

Secrets of the Dead
Wed, 07/09/2014 - 10:00pm

In September 2012, headline news shook the art world. A secret Leonardo da Vinci painting had been uncovered, a portrait of a younger and more beautiful Mona Lisa that predated the famous Louvre masterpiece. Now, an elite group of art historians, research physicists, restoration experts and forensic imaging specialists has gained exclusive access to analyze the painting firsthand. Applying high-precision, scientific techniques, they will aim to verify the painting’s date, decipher hidden mathematical codes within it and unravel the clues that point to Leonardo’s genuine hand.

History Detectives Special Investigations
Tue, 07/08/2014 - 9:00pm

One of the most celebrated, beloved entertainers of the wartime era takes off from England in heavy fog, heading to France to entertain troops. His plane vanishes. Glenn Miller’s disappearance is perhaps the biggest mystery and cold case of World War II. This HISTORY DETECTIVES investigation contains a great deal of new information: Miller’s pilot was a rank novice who had never flown over the English Channel, never mind in appalling weather; documents from a Lancaster bomber pilot support another possible accounting of the plane’s disappearance; and a 17-year old plane spotter’s notebook — discovered in 2012 at a UK Antiques Roadshow — answers a question that has long baffled investigators: which route did Miller’s aircraft take? In addition, the German-speaking Miller was working for the U.S. Army’s Psychological Warfare Division, recording German language propaganda broadcasts and musical performances.

Time Scanners
Tue, 07/08/2014 - 8:00pm

Structural engineer Steve Burrows takes his team of laser-scanning experts to St Paul’s Cathedral in the heart of London. They venture inside the majestic dome to explore its groundbreaking three-part structure; determine how the cathedral’s architect, Sir Christopher Wren, overcame unstable foundations and immense structural forces to support his dome; and investigate how the cathedral survived a direct hit by a German bomb during the London Blitz. The laser scans produce genuine revelations and give the team new insight into this iconic architectural masterpiece.

Mon, 07/07/2014 - 10:00pm

Who better to cover the Paralympics, the international sporting event for athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities, than Niko von Glasow, the world’s best-known disabled filmmaker? Unfortunately — or fortunately for anyone seeking an insightful and funny documentary — this filmmaker frankly hates sports and thinks the games are “a stupid idea.” Born with severely shortened arms, von Glasow serves as an endearing guide to London’s Paralympics competition. As he meets a one-handed Norwegian table tennis player, the Rwandan sitting volleyball team, an American archer without arms and a Greek paraplegic boccia player, his own stereotypes about disability and sports are delightfully punctured.

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