TUESDAY, March 9, 2021


8:00 PM OVERCOMING ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, TRAUMA, AND GRIEF WITH DANIEL AMEN MD AND TANA AMEN -  P

The world is in turmoil and Americans are the unhappiest they've been in 50 years. With millions sickened from COVID-19 and more than 300, 000 Americans dead in a global pandemic that brought social isolation, grief, fear, and an economy in tatters mixed with anti-racism protests after the killing of George Floyd and the ongoing political divide, we've been brought to our emotional knees. As a nation, we're feeling so stressed and unhappy, it sparked a dramatic rise in the number of new prescriptions for antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications and sleep aids during and after the pandemic. Depression, the opposite of being happy, tripled in just few months in early 2020, from 8.5%, which was already up from the prior decade, to a horrifying 27.8%. But you do not have to feel this way even when it seems like the world is crumbling around you. In this program, psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen, the author of Your Brain Is Always Listening; and his wife Tana Amen, an ICU nurse and author of The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child will show you how to tame the hidden dragons that cause these problems to help you feel happier, more positive and more in control of your own emotions. (Repeats 3/14 at 9:00pm) 


10:00 PM ENERGY PARADOX WITH STEVEN GUNDRY, MD -  P

"Why am I so tired all the time?" It's the question on the minds of millions of Americans. In fact, we are struggling with an epidemic of low energy, something no amount of coffee, energy drinks or prescription drugs can fix. But now, in this program, Dr. Steven Gundry, the mega-New York Times bestselling author of The Plant Paradox and The Longevity Paradox, reveals the shocking source of our exhaustion and the simple steps we can take to reclaim our youthful energy in this program. It's called The Energy Paradox. Based on Dr. Gundry's two decades of experience with his patients and from the latest scientific research, The Energy Paradox program unveils a step-by-step approach for tackling constant fatigue with nothing more than simple dietary and lifestyle changes (you'll be amazed by how easy they are!) Dr. Gundry also exposes the sources of our low energy levels and challenges the conventional wisdom that's making this "energy crisis" worse. In The Energy Paradox program, Dr. Gundry shares ground-breaking, life-changing information to help you reclaim your energy to be your active, vibrant best - at any age. Dr Gundry will also reveal the revolutionary biotic that will help you more than probiotics, as well as the BEST practices for promoting more energy in your life - while exposing the worst. Dr. Steven Gundry was the professor and chairman of cardiothoracic surgery at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. In 2000, Dr. Gundry started his own practice dedicated to using diet to reverse and prevent chronic illness. Since then, Dr. Gundry has shown tens of thousands of his patients how dietary and lifestyle changes can dramatically reverse health problems and restore energy levels that traditional medicine could not solve. He's also the host of the Dr Gundry Podcast and author of the New York Times bestsellers "The Plant Paradox", "The Longevity Paradox", "The Plant Paradox Cookbook", and more. (Repeats 3/10 at 3:30am and 3/10 at 4:30pm) 


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM RICK STEVES ISLAND HOPPING EUROPE -  P

In RICK STEVES ISLAND HOPPING EUROPE, join Rick on a tour of four of Europe's most intriguing and surprising islands: Malta, Capri, Orkney, and Skye. This untraditional island-hopping adventure skips the hot sun and tiki drinks, but comes with remote beaches, Crusader castles, pre-historic wonders, windswept slopes, and salty traditional island lifestyles. (Repeats 3/11 at 4:30am and 3/13 at 11:30am) 


WEDNESDAY, March 10, 2021


8:00 PM RED, WHITE AND ROCK (MY MUSIC) -  P

Join Frankie Valli, The Righteous Brothers, Connie Francis and more for a 2002 patriotic celebration of America and pop oldies music. Featuring a dream lineup of artists from the rock, pop and doo-wop days of the late 50s and early to mid-60s. (Repeats 3/13 at 2:30am and 3/13 at 8:00pm) 


10:30 PM LONGEVITY PARADOX WITH STEVEN GUNDRY, MD -  P

Have you ever wondered why some people live such long, active lives, while so many of us struggle as we get older? Many people have this question, Dr. Steven Gundry has the shocking answer! In The Longevity Paradox, Dr. Gundry shares informative, life-changing information with us and shows us a step-by-step easy approach to help us all feel better and more youthful today, no matter your age. Dr. Gundry will teach us what is causing faster aging, how and why some people live long active lives well into their 90s. Dr. Gundry will also debunk five of the biggest myths about aging. The Longevity Paradox with Steven Gundry, MD is based on the latest science as well as from experiences of everyday people -- people who have suffered from autoimmune diseases, obesity, diabetes, digestive problems, inflammation, heart attacks, joint pain, brain fog, or premature aging. Feeling sluggish, worn out, and ill are all things of the past. Dr. Gundry is here to help save us from all of the ailments of aging that lurk around every corner. Dr. Steven Gundry was once a professor and chairman of cardiothoracic surgery at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. In the year 2000, Dr. Gundry realized he could save many more lives with prevention rather than surgery so he started his own practice dedicated to using diet to reverse and prevent chronic illness. Since then, Dr. Gundry has shown thousands of his patients how dietary and lifestyle changes can dramatically reverse health problems that traditional medicine could not help. (Repeats 3/11 at 1:00am, 3/12 at 11:00pm, 3/13 at midnight and 3/14 at 3:00pm) 


12:00 AM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


THURSDAY, March 11, 2021


8:00 PM RHYTHM, LOVE & SOUL (MY MUSIC) -  P

Join Aretha Franklin and Lou Rawls along with 20 legends of R&B, Motown and soul, including Gloria Gaynor, The Manhattans, Edwin Starr, Peaches & Herb, The Spinners, Thelma Houston and many more. (Repeats 3/13 at 6:00pm) 


10:00 PM SUZE ORMAN'S ULTIMATE RETIREMENT GUIDE -  P

Join the acclaimed personal finance expert for essential advice on planning for and thriving in retirement. With empathy, straight talk and humor, Suze provides information about key steps for anyone trying to achieve their "ultimate retirement." (Repeats 3/12 at 3:00am, 3/14 at 11:00pm and 3/15 at 3:00am) 


12:00 AM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


FRIDAY, March 12, 2021


8:00 PM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

(Repeats 3/13 at 1:30am, 3/14 at 5:30am, 3/14 at 10:00am and 3/15 at 5:30pm) 


8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): MARCH 12-14, 2021

(Repeats 3/13 at 2:00am, 3/14 at 10:30am and 3/15 at 5:00pm) 


9:00 PM THE BRAIN REVOLUTION -  P


11:00 PM LONGEVITY PARADOX WITH STEVEN GUNDRY, MD -  P

See March 10 description (Repeats 3/13 at midnight and 3/14 at 3:00pm) 


12:30 AM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


SATURDAY, March 13, 2021


8:00 PM RED, WHITE AND ROCK (MY MUSIC) -  P

See March 10 description 


10:30 PM JOE BONAMASSA: LIVE FROM THE RYMAN -  P

Blues Rock Superstar Joe Bonamassa set out to perform his brand-new music for fans amidst a global entertainment shutdown. This led to an incredible live concert, his final show of 2020, at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. This special show includes the critically acclaimed songs from his latest solo studio album "Royal Tea" recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London and inspired by his British guitar heroes Jeff Beck, John Mayall, Eric Clapton and Cream. Joe also performs a few songs from his debut album "A New Day Yesterday" which helped launch his illustrious career to celebrate his 20th anniversary of that album. Acclaimed actor Jeff Daniels narrates the film introduction to give viewers the backstory of how this amazing concert came together. (Repeats 3/14 at 1:30am) 


12:00 AM LONGEVITY PARADOX WITH STEVEN GUNDRY, MD -  P

See March 10 description (Repeats 3/14 at 3:00pm) 


SUNDAY, March 14, 2021


9:00 PM OVERCOMING ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, TRAUMA, AND GRIEF WITH DANIEL AMEN MD AND TANA AMEN -  P

See March 9 description 


11:00 PM SUZE ORMAN'S ULTIMATE RETIREMENT GUIDE -  P

See March 11 description (Repeats 3/15 at 3:00am) 


MONDAY, March 15, 2021


8:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE SPOKANE HOUR 2

Journey back to the Pacific Northwest to discover antique and vintage finds like a Jon Stefansson landscape oil, a Lonny Frey pro baseball collection and a Rolex Bubbleback watch. Have their values held strong or headed south since 2007? (Repeats 3/16 at 12:30am, 3/19 at 3:30am, 3/20 at 4:00pm, 3/21 at 4:00am and 3/22 at 3:00pm) 


9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: NEWPORT, HOUR THREE

Celebrate as ROADSHOW wraps up its visit to Rosecliff mansion with more treasures, including a Tiffany & Co. sapphire and diamond ring, a Boston bureau table made around 1770, and M.C. Escher lithographs. Find out which is appraised for $100,000! (Repeats 3/16 at 1:30am) 


10:00 PM FAUCI: VIRUS HUNTER

FAUCI: THE VIRUS HUNTER is an hour-long documentary that provides an in-depth look at Dr. Anthony Fauci's life story and career. Informative and engaging on-camera interviews with some of Dr. Fauci's colleagues and friends, including Dr. John Gallin, Dr. Michael Osterholm, and medical historian Victoria Harden, offer insight into his career and family life, while the compelling images and videos archived by the Associated Press give an expansive view of the true depth and breadth of his contributions and service to this country and the world. This program sheds light on the many battles fought, challenges overcome, and significant discoveries made during Fauci's esteemed career. (Repeats 3/16 at 2:30am and 3/21 at 1:00pm) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE SPOKANE HOUR 2

See March 15 description (Repeats 3/19 at 3:30am, 3/20 at 4:00pm, 3/21 at 4:00am and 3/22 at 3:00pm) 


TUESDAY, March 16, 2021


8:00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: THE VANGUARD

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, and author and activist Janet Mock see their basic assumptions about their families challenged, placing their ancestors - of all colors - into the greater context of black history. (Repeats 3/17 at 12:30am, 3/17 at 3:30am and 3/17 at 3:00pm) 


9:00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: REPORTING ON THE REPORTERS

Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. shows journalists Christiane Amanpour, Ann Curry and Lisa Ling that the stories within their own family trees are every bit as compelling as the news stories they have been covering for the world. (Repeats 3/17 at 1:30am and 3/24 at 3:00pm) 


10:00 PM FRONTLINE: TRUMP'S AMERICAN CARNAGE

From his first days as president to his last, how Trump stoked division, violence, and insurrection. Trump's siege on his enemies, the media, and even the leaders of his own party, who for years ignored the warning signs of what was to come. (Repeats 3/17 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: THE VANGUARD

See March 16 description (Repeats 3/17 at 3:30am and 3/17 at 3:00pm) 


WEDNESDAY, March 17, 2021


8:00 PM NATURE: FOX TALES -  D

Intelligent, resilient and bold, the red fox can change its behavior to thrive in new environments, from urban locales to the Arctic tundra. New scientific research offers a fascinating look into the secret life of these foxes. (Repeats 3/18 at 12:30am, 3/18 at 3:30am, 3/19 at 3:00pm and 3/21 at noon) 


9:00 PM NOVA: DEAD SEA SCROLL DETECTIVES

What can new technology reveal about the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls? Join scientists as they investigate suspicious, newly surfaced fragments to see if they're forfeited, and use imaging techniques to digitally unravel the charred remains of a scroll. (Repeats 3/18 at 1:30am, 3/19 at 4:00pm and 3/23 at 1:00pm) 


10:00 PM EUROPE'S NEW WILD: THE LAND OF THE SNOW AND ICE

In Lapland, natives and conservation groups work to save an age-old reindeer migration and restore an entire ecosystem in the process. Now, Lapland is witnessing wildlife spectacles return to the land of ice and snow. (Repeats 3/18 at 2:30am, 3/19 at 5:00pm and 3/23 at 2:00pm) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM NATURE: FOX TALES -  D

See March 17 description (Repeats 3/18 at 3:30am, 3/19 at 3:00pm and 3/21 at noon) 


THURSDAY, March 18, 2021


8:00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): OLD SCHOOL TIES

(Repeats 3/19 at 12:30am and 3/21 at 12:30am) 


9:00 PM DEATH IN PARADISE

(Repeats 3/19 at 1:30am, 3/21 at 7:00pm, 3/21 at midnight and 3/25 at 3:00pm) 


10:00 PM PROFESSOR T: DIAMOND

A jeweler's family is taken hostage while he is on his way to empty the safe at his shop; an accident en route raises suspicion. Professor T goes through a rough patch after he is unable to prevent a death. An accident sends him back to the hospital. (Repeats 3/19 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): OLD SCHOOL TIES

(Repeats 3/21 at 12:30am) 


FRIDAY, March 19, 2021


8:00 PM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

(Repeats 3/20 at 12:30am, 3/20 at 7:00pm, 3/21 at 5:30am, 3/21 at 10:00am and 3/22 at 5:30pm) 


8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): MARCH 19-21, 2021

(Repeats 3/20 at 1:00am, 3/20 at 7:30pm, 3/21 at 10:30am and 3/22 at 5:00pm) 


9:00 PM GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET: RENEE FLEMING IN CONCERT

Experience the beloved American soprano perform arias by Puccini and Massenet to selections by Handel and Korngold from the intimate music salon of Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. (Repeats 3/20 at 1:30am) 


10:00 PM LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER: ANDREW RANNELLS IN CONCERT -  D

Known for his Tony-nominated, Grammy-winning performance as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon and as Elijah in HBO's Girls, Andrew Rannells brings his signature blend of superb vocal prowess and wry wit to a sparkling set of songs. (Repeats 3/20 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

(Repeats 3/20 at 7:00pm, 3/21 at 5:30am, 3/21 at 10:00am and 3/22 at 5:30pm) 


SATURDAY, March 20, 2021


8:00 PM UNFORGOTTEN SEASON 2 ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE 1 -  D

A waterlogged suitcase holds the remains of David Walker, 25 years after he disappeared. Walker's wife, Tessa, turns out to be a police officer. Cassie and Sunny interview two other suspects, Sara and Colin. 


9:30 PM INSPECTOR MORSE: THE DEAD OF JERICHO

(Repeats 3/21 at 1:30am and 3/25 at 4:00pm) 


11:30 PM AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: MAGGIE ROGERS

Enjoy an hour-long set from pop singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers. The author of hits "Lights On" and "Alaska" plays songs from her hit album "Heard It in a Past Life." 


12:30 AM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): OLD SCHOOL TIES


SUNDAY, March 21, 2021


8:00 PM SECRETS OF THE MANOR HOUSE -  D

Exactly 100 years ago, the world of the British Manor House was at its height. It was a world of luxury that that has provided a majestic backdrop to a range of movies and popular costume dramas to this day. But what was really going on behind these stately walls and under the servants' stairs? "Secrets of the Manor House," looks beyond the fiction to the truth of how life was in these ancient British houses, and how mounting financial, political and social pressures were about to bring momentous changes to both the wealthy and their servants. The program covers the background of the British titled class in Edwardian times, the realities for servants working in their estates, the concept of the entail that passed estates to the next generation, the growing influence of American wealth in British aristocracy at the beginning of the 20th Century, and the impact of the first world war on the social class system evident at a British country house. 


9:00 PM HOWARDS END ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE ONE

A passionate misunderstanding, a surprise visit and a stolen umbrella set into motion a series of events that unexpectedly intertwine the lives of the Schlegels, the Wilcoxes and the Basts. (Repeats 3/22 at 2:30am and 3/23 at 4:00pm) 


10:00 PM HOWARDS END ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE TWO

Mrs. Wilcox surprises her family with a final request regarding Howards End. The Schlegels face eviction from their house. The Schlegel sisters take up the cause of Jacky Bast's husband. (Repeats 3/22 at 3:30am and 3/23 at 5:00pm) 


11:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: MY COUNTRY NO MORE -  D

Explore the rise and fall of the recent North Dakota oil boom through the intimate lens of one family fighting to preserve their agricultural way of life, which puts them at odds with relatives and neighbors determined to sell. 


12:00 AM DEATH IN PARADISE

(Repeats 3/25 at 3:00pm) 


MONDAY, March 22, 2021


8:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE LOUISVILLE 2021 HOUR 1

Giddy-up to Derby City for updated Season 12 appraisals including a Dirk Van Erp lamp from around 1910, a J. Falter "Listening to the Sea" illustration and a 1919 Cincinnati Reds championship baseball. One is now valued at $150,000-$200,000. (Repeats 3/23 at 12:30am, 3/26 at 3:30am, 3/27 at 4:00pm, 3/28 at 4:00am and 3/29 at 3:00pm) 


9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: MEADOW BROOK HALL, HOUR ONE

Visit the grounds of the historic Meadow Brook Hall in Rochester, Michigan, and learn the story behind beloved family heirlooms, thrift store finds and more - including a $77,500 appraisal! (Repeats 3/23 at 1:30am) 


10:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: CODED BIAS -  D

When MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers most facial recognition does not see dark-skinned faces or women with accuracy, she joins the fight to expose the threats to civil liberties posed by an increasingly data-driven, automated world. (Repeats 3/23 at 2:30am and 3/28 at 11:00pm) 


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE LOUISVILLE 2021 HOUR 1

See March 22 description (Repeats 3/26 at 3:30am, 3/27 at 4:00pm, 3/28 at 4:00am and 3/29 at 3:00pm) 


TUESDAY, March 23, 2021


8:00 PM AMERICAN MASTERS: FLANNERY -  D

Explore the life of Flannery O'Connor whose provocative fiction was unlike anything published before. Featuring never-before-seen archival footage, newly discovered journals and interviews with Mary Karr, Tommy Lee Jones, Hilton Als and more. (Repeats 3/24 at 12:30am, 3/24 at 3:30am and 3/24 at 4:00pm) 


9:30 PM BEYOND THE CANVAS: THE WRITERS WORLD

Finding one's voice as a writer takes dedication, courage and a willingness to reimagine the world through words on a page. Novelist Margaret Atwood, playwright Danai Gurira and others talk about finding meaning in the writing life. (Repeats 3/24 at 2:00am and 3/24 at 5:30pm) 


10:00 PM FRONTLINE: DEATH IS OUR BUSINESS/LOVE, LIFE & THE VIRUS

At Black-owned funeral homes in New Orleans, COVID-19 reshapes the grieving process. How the pandemic has transformed mourning in a city known for its jazz filled funerals. Also, the story of a mom's fight to survive the virus and see her newborn. (Repeats 3/24 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM AMERICAN MASTERS: FLANNERY -  D

See March 23 description (Repeats 3/24 at 3:30am and 3/24 at 4:00pm) 


WEDNESDAY, March 24, 2021


8:00 PM NATURE: HIPPOS: AFRICA'S RIVER GIANTS -  D

Go beneath the surface and meet Africa's river giants, the hippos. Discover an unexpected side of these aquatic mammals that can't even swim as hippos protect their families, face their enemies and suffer in a drought. Narrated by David Attenborough. (Repeats 3/25 at 12:30am, 3/25 at 3:30am, 3/26 at 3:00pm, 3/28 at noon and 3/29 at 1:00pm) 


9:00 PM NOVA: SAVING THE DEAD SEA

There's no place on Earth like it. Cleopatra attributed her beauty to its secrets. King Herod built one of the world's first health spas on its shores. And as the biblical story goes, "rocks and fire falling from the sky" buried Sodom and Gomorrah and the sea became "the sea of salt" -- The Dead Sea. Now this wonder of the world is dying. Since 1976, its level has declined by more than sixty-five feet. Its coastline is pockmarked with thousands of sinkholes. Can the Dead Sea be saved? After more than a decade of research and debate, scientists, engineers and political leaders have come up with a daring plan, one that could not only save the sea but help bring stability to a region rife with conflict. NOVA follows this unprecedented endeavor - perhaps the world's largest water chemistry experiment ever - as scientists and engineers race to save the Dead Sea and help bring water to one of the driest regions on Earth. (Repeats 3/25 at 1:30am, 3/26 at 4:00pm and 3/31 at 1:00pm) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM NATURE: HIPPOS: AFRICA'S RIVER GIANTS -  D

See March 24 description (Repeats 3/25 at 3:30am, 3/26 at 3:00pm, 3/28 at noon and 3/29 at 1:00pm) 


THURSDAY, March 25, 2021


8:00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): QUEEN AND COUNTRY

(Repeats 3/26 at 12:30am and 3/28 at 12:30am) 


9:00 PM DEATH IN PARADISE

(Repeats 3/26 at 1:30am, 3/28 at 7:00pm and 3/29 at 12:30am) 


10:00 PM PROFESSOR T: JITSKE

Jitske, a girl with Down syndrome, claims she knows who murdered her mother, but doesn't want to say who did it. When Annelies shows insensitivity toward the girl, John decides it's time for her to meet his daughter, Elke. (Repeats 3/26 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): QUEEN AND COUNTRY

(Repeats 3/28 at 12:30am) 


FRIDAY, March 26, 2021


8:00 PM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

(Repeats 3/27 at 12:30am, 3/27 at 7:00pm, 3/28 at 5:30am, 3/28 at 10:00am and 3/29 at 5:30pm) 


8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): MARCH 26-28, 2021

(Repeats 3/27 at 1:00am, 3/27 at 7:30pm, 3/28 at 10:30am and 3/29 at 5:00pm) 


9:00 PM AMERICAN MASTERS: TWYLA MOVES -  D

Explore legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp's career and famously rigorous creative process, with original interviews, first-hand glimpses of her at work and rare archival footage of select performances from her more than 160 choreographed works. (Repeats 3/27 at 1:30am) 


10:30 PM CHARLOTTE MANSFIELD: A WOMAN PHOTOGRAPHER GOES TO WAR

This half-hour program tells the remarkable story of the pioneering military career of Charlotte Dee Mansfield, a photographer and photo analyst in the Women's Army Corps. The film draws from her personal writings, archival film resources, historian interviews, and a conversation with Charlotte's lifelong companion, Chief Master Sgt. Lorraine Caddy, to add context to Charlotte's career and the legacy of women's military service during WWII. The program not only provides a look at how women navigated new roles in the military, but also offers an opportunity to expand the popular conversation around women's contributions during the war. (Repeats 3/27 at 3:00am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

(Repeats 3/27 at 7:00pm, 3/28 at 5:30am, 3/28 at 10:00am and 3/29 at 5:30pm) 


SATURDAY, March 27, 2021


8:00 PM UNFORGOTTEN SEASON 2 ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE 2 -  D

The victim's life comes into focus; it was a mess. Meanwhile, Sara's scandalous past is revealed, and Colin is blackmailed. Marion, a pediatric cancer nurse, joins the list of suspects. 


9:30 PM INSPECTOR MORSE: THE SILENT WORLD OF NICHOLAS QUINN

(Repeats 3/28 at 1:30am) 


11:30 PM AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: ST. VINCENT

Enjoy a visually and sonically stunning hour with Grammy-winning art-rock performer St. Vincent. The groundbreaking singer-songwriter-guitarist and her band perform songs from her acclaimed LP "Masseducation." 


12:30 AM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): QUEEN AND COUNTRY


SUNDAY, March 28, 2021


8:00 PM GREAT PERFORMANCES: MOVIES FOR GROWNUPS AWARDS WITH AARP THE MAGAZINE

Honor the best films and performances of 2020 that resonate with older viewers including Career Achievement Award winner George Clooney. Celebrating movies that matter, the Awards champion movies for grownups, by grownups. (Repeats 3/29 at 1:30am and 3/30 at 3:00pm) 


9:00 PM HOWARDS END ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE THREE

Margaret receives an unexpected offer from Henry. Helen is incensed by the unfair fate of the Basts. The three families collide at a wedding, and Henry's past is revealed. (Repeats 3/29 at 2:30am and 3/30 at 4:00pm) 


10:00 PM HOWARDS END ON MASTERPIECE: EPISODE FOUR, SERIES FINALE

Margaret is undaunted by Henry's past misdeeds. Helen leaves abruptly for Europe. Margaret and Tibby get Henry to help resolve issues at Howards End, where the three families have a showdown. (Repeats 3/29 at 3:30am and 3/30 at 5:00pm) 


11:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: CODED BIAS -  D

See March 22 description 


12:30 AM DEATH IN PARADISE


MONDAY, March 29, 2021


8:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE LOUISVILLE 2021 HOUR 2

Look back at Louisville treasures from 2007 including a Kentucky cherry corner cupboard made around 1815, a Qing period nephrite jade basin and a 1911 Julian Onderdonk landscape oil. Which has skyrocketed in value and is appraised for $125,000? (Repeats 3/30 at 12:30am) 


9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: MEADOW BROOK HALL, HOUR TWO

Discover Detroit-area treasures as they are appraised at the historic estate of Matilda Dodge Wilson. Meadow Brook Hall finds include a Keith Haring archive, Harry Bertoia brooches and an 1835 "City of Detroit" map. Which is $40,000-$60,000? (Repeats 3/30 at 1:30am) 


10:00 PM MAE WEST: AMERICAN MASTERS: MAE WEST: DIRTY BLONDE -  D

Dive into the life and career of groundbreaking writer, performer and subversive star Mae West. Over a career spanning eight decades, she broke boundaries and possessed creative and economic powers unheard of for a female entertainer in the 1930s. (Repeats 3/30 at 2:30am) 


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: VINTAGE LOUISVILLE 2021 HOUR 2

See March 29 description 


TUESDAY, March 30, 2021


8:00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: FREEDOM TALES

Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. delves deep into the roots of two African American guests, actor S. Epatha Merkerson and athlete and television personality Michael Strahan. Both discover unexpected stories that challenge assumptions about black history. (Repeats 3/31 at 12:30am, 3/31 at 3:30am and 3/31 at 3:00pm) 


9:00 PM AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: THE BLINDING OF ISAAC WOODARD -  D

Discover the 1946 incident of racial violence by police that led to the racial awakening of President Harry Truman and set the stage for the landmark 1954 Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education decision, jump-starting the civil rights movement. (Repeats 3/31 at 1:30am and 3/31 at 4:00pm) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: FREEDOM TALES

See March 30 description (Repeats 3/31 at 3:30am and 3/31 at 3:00pm) 


WEDNESDAY, March 31, 2021


8:00 PM EXTINCTION: THE FACTS

With 1 million species at threat, David Attenborough explores extinction and how this crisis has consequences for us all, even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases. (Repeats 4/1 at 12:30am and 4/1 at 3:30am) 


9:00 PM CLIMATE CHANGE - THE FACTS

Scientists explore the impact of climate change and what could happen if global warming exceeds 1.5 degrees. Discover how the latest innovations and technology are posing potential solutions and what individuals can do to prevent further damage. (Repeats 4/1 at 1:30am) 


10:00 PM NOVA: MYSTERY BENEATH THE ICE

Dive under the ice to explore Antarctica's under-ice landscape with a team of scientists as they search for the mystery killer that's decimating the population of delicate shrimp-like creatures at the foundation of the Antarctic food chain. (Repeats 4/1 at 2:30am) 


11:00 PM BBC WORLD NEWS


11:30 PM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY


12:30 AM EXTINCTION: THE FACTS

See March 31 description (Repeats 4/1 at 3:30am)