In this episode, as 1936 comes to a close, 165 Eaton Place is in turmoil: the king is about to abdicate, Agnes (Keeley Hawes) is about to give birth, Persie (Claire Foy) toys with fascism and Sir Hallam (Ed Stoppard) makes a shocking discovery about his past. Jean Marsh and Dame Eileen Atkins also star.
Sun, 09/30/2012 - 10:00pm
In this episode, a German-Jewish refugee comes to 165 Eaton Place as a maid, prompting a range of reactions from upstairs and down. Her experiences culminate in a crisis tied to the fascist movement sweeping Britain. Jean Marsh, Dame Eileen Atkins, Keeley Hawes and Ed Stoppard star.
Sun, 09/30/2012 - 9:00pm
The saga continues at 165 Eaton Place with new characters upstairs and down in a three-part sequel to the much-loved MASTERPIECE series from the 1970s. Jean Marsh returns as Rose with a stellar cast including Dame Eileen Atkins (MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Cranford”), Keeley Hawes (MI-5), Ed Stoppard (MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Any Human Heart”), Claire Foy (MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Little Dorrit”) and Ellie Kendrick (MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “The Diary of Anne Frank”). Set in 1936, the lives of masters and servants have never been so captivating. Laura Linney hosts.
In this episode, Sir Hallam (Ed Stoppard) and Lady Agnes Holland (Keeley Hawes) move into 165 Eaton Place and hire former parlormaid Rose (Jean Marsh) to assemble a staff. The servants are soon put to the test during a party that threatens to destroy Sir Hallam’s career. Dame Eileen Atkins also stars.
Sun, 09/30/2012 - 8:00pm
In the spring of 1957, newly minted midwife Jenny Lee arrives in the East End of London to begin her career. After overcoming the initial shock that her new home, Nonnatus House, is a convent and not a private hospital, she quickly becomes immersed in her new life. Living with nuns and working in a community of colorful characters are different from anything Jenny has previously encountered. Through her, experience the sorrows and joys that come with being a midwife.
Sat, 09/29/2012 - 10:00pm
Every four years, a group of the world’s finest young pianists takes the stage at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas. Amid the drama, beauty, nerves and excitement, they know one thing is true — the outcome there can change their lives. Through the eyes and memories of 15 gold medalists, this program follows the 50-year history of one of the world’s most prestigious music competitions. The retrospective includes historic footage and interviews with Van Cliburn.
Sat, 09/29/2012 - 8:00pm
The residents of the village of Midsomer Mallow fear for their chances of winning the Perfect Village competition when a local thief and womanizer is brutally killed with a pitchfork. Worse, there is no shortage of suspects, and then two of the judges are murdered.
From Dust To Dreams
Fri, 09/28/2012 - 9:00pm
Fri, 03/22/2013 - 9:00pm
Share the excitement of opening night at the new Smith Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Neil Patrick Harris hosts FROM DUST TO DREAMS: OPENING NIGHT AT THE SMITH CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, headlined by Jennifer Hudson, Carole King, Martina McBride and many others from the worlds of music, television, stage and screen. Michael Stevens directs.
Live From Lincoln Center
Thu, 09/27/2012 - 8:00pm
LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER makes the world’s greatest artists accessible to home viewers in virtually every corner of the United States. It remains the only series of regularly scheduled live broadcast performances on American television today. Fred Child, host of NPR’s “Performance Today,” is the announcer.
WSKG Original Production
Wed, 09/26/2012 - 10:00pm
It all started with good news: our community is located above one of the largest natural gas deposits in the world, the Marcellus Shale formation. But this gas can only be extracted by fracking - a controversial method that has so highly polarized friends, families and neighbors that meaningful dialogue has broken down.
FRACK YOU! was written to restore the lines of communication. Presenting both sides of the issue in a way that generates laughter and provides a common ground for people to start a dialogue about fracking that moves beyond “talking points” and increases community awareness of the topic. It frames a controversial issue around personal narratives, humanizing an abstract debate without “taking sides”.