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1 ON AIR, ONLINE, ON THE GO JANUARY 018 MEMBER GUIDE Classical.org 13 Masterpiece/Victoria, Season Two 14 Nova/Solar Impulse: The Impossible Flight 1

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3 From the President In with the New! We begin the new year in a spirit of exploration and adventure as we head into a new season of programming at WGBH. This month, WGBH brings you a host of inspiring, entertaining and educational premieres from Masterpiece, American Experience, Nova, Antiques Roadshow and more! American Experience s Into the Amazon (pg. 1) tells the remarkable story of the 1914 journey taken by President Theodore Roosevelt (left) and Brazilian explorer Candido Rondon into the heart of the South American rainforest. With a crew of more than 140 Brazilians, Roosevelt and Rondon set out to explore an uncharted Amazon tributary, along the way battling the unforgiving landscape, disease and countless other dangers. Like all great journeys, the story of the Roosevelt-Rondon expedition reveals truths about not only the natural world, but human nature as well, says Executive Producer Mark Samels. Leadership arises from character, and the unforeseen poses a challenge to us all. How we respond shapes our own lives and those around us and sometimes history itself. We are proud to bring you this exciting story of humans pushing the limits of endurance and discovery. Some of the many premieres we have lined up for you this month spotlight adventure and exploration in other realms. In the much-anticipated second season of Victoria (pg. 14), the young queen ventures into new territory as a wife, mother and monarch. Nova takes us to the farthest frontiers of science with Black Hole Apocalypse. And Antiques Roadshow (pg. 1) kicks off a season full of first-time finds, including a bank robber s escape prop! January brings another first the debut of Classical.org, our new digital channel dedicated to making classical music accessible and relevant to all. The site s first year will be devoted to The Bernstein Experience celebrating the life and music of the acclaimed composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein on the 100th anniversary of his birth. In fact, WGBH is an official media partner of the Bernstein Centennial. These are just some of the riches that you can enjoy on WGBH this month and throughout 018. We are proud to share this exciting beginning to the new year and thank you for your unwavering support. Jon Abbott Where to Tune in TV Digital broadcast Comcast FiOS WGBH.1 84 WGBH HD WGBX n/a WGBX HD n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a WGBH Kids n/a 180 n/a Boston Kids & n/a n/a 3 n/a n/a n/a Family (Boston only) Channel numbers and availability may vary by community. Contact your provider for more information. Comcast subscribers can access selected WGBH programs on WGBH On Demand. Go to Comcast 1, choose Get Local, then Local Networks. For more programs, go to Comcast 1 and choose History & Nature, then PBS-WGBH. Radio 89.7 WGBH, Boston s Local NPR wgbhnews.org 89.7 HD WCRB classicalwcrb.org 99.5 Boston-NH, 89.7 HD Boston, 96.3 Beacon Hill, 88.7 Providence, 90.1 HD Cape and Islands WCAI Cape and Islands NPR Station capeandislands.org 90.1 Martha s Vineyard, 91.1 Nantucket, 94.3 Brewster, 89.7 HD3 All stations are available for streaming on wgbh.org/radio. Stay Connected WGBH Member Hotline weekdays 9am 5pm, RCN Cox 4-Hour Program Feedback Line Leadership Circle Member Line Ralph Lowell Society Hotline Local Corporate Sponsorship and Advertising wgbh.org/sponsorship Mailing address for gifts and correspondence WGBH Membership, PO Box 55875, Boston, MA Charter Bell ExpressVu (Canada) Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 1

4 Member Discounts and Events WGBH PerksConnect: Thanking you every day! Now your member benefits are better than ever. Register today at wgbhperksconnect.com, and start saving with your favorite local and national retailers. High School Quiz Show Ever wonder what it s like to see a TV show in the making? Competition, community, cameras and you join host Billy Costa on set for Season Nine of WGBH s award-winning TV series High School Quiz Show! Test your smarts while watching the brightest students in Massachusetts compete for the trophy. Tapings take place on Sat, 1/0, Sun, 1/1, Sat, 1/7, Sun, 1/8, and Mon, 1/9 times vary. Tickets are free, but an RSVP is required. Info: wgbh.org/events. Worcester Art Museum Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard features portraits of Worcester s people of color, piecing together a vibrant, early 0th century neighborhood and rebuilding the narratives of families who lived there. WGBH PerksConnect members receive 50% off general admission. Info: worcesterart.org. Eric Jackson Concert Series Stop by the Eric Jackson Concert Series for world-class performances by jazz heavy hitters Walter Beasley, Gabrielle Goodman, Nedelka Prescod, Donna McElroy, and others. Performances take place Sun, /11, at 6pm in the sanctuary of the Abundant Life Church in Cambridge. Proceeds from this fundraising concert series will help keep the Fifth Annual Cambridge Jazz Festival free to the public. Concert tickets range from $30 to $100. Receive $10 off your purchase by entering the promotion code: WGBH116. Info: wgbh.org/events. Hull Lifesaving Museum Visit the Hull Lifesaving Museum to learn the story of Captain Joshua James, his intrepid crew and their courageous rescues of sailors shipwrecked at the treacherous entrance to Boston Harbor. The museum s Maritime Program offers youth and adult open-water rowing in traditional wooden boats at sites in Hull and Boston. WGBH PerksConnect members receive free admission to the museum for two adults and two children, as well as 10% off in the museum shop; 10% off all new rowing memberships; 10% off youth education programs, which include the LEGO model maker workshops offered in February and April. Info: , hulllifesavingmuseum.org. Stories from the Stage Love me? Love me not? Spend your Valentine s Day with WGBH for a unique evening hearing stories about all different kinds of love interests. Make it a date, and get tickets for two now! Join us on Wed, /14, 7pm 9pm. You must be at least 1 with a valid ID to attend this event. Tickets are $15. Info: wgbh.org/events. WGBH occasionally exchanges its mailing list with other nonprofit organizations. To opt out, please call our Member Hotline, us (see page 1) or write: WGBH Member Services, One Guest Street, Boston, MA wgbhperksconnect.com

5 For Kids To find WGBH, WGBX and WGBH Kids on your cable service, see page 1. Listen to 99.5 WCRB s Kids Classical Channel online at classicalwcrb.org. Sign up for our free parents e-newsletter at wgbh.org/newsletters or call Weekdays on 6am Wild Kratts (d) 6:30 Wild Kratts (d) 7am Ready Jet Go! 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8am Nature Cat 8:30 Curious George (d) 9am Curious George (d) 9:30 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 10am Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 10:30 Splash and Bubbles 11am Sesame Street 11:30 Super Why! 1pm Dinosaur Train 1:30 Peg + Cat (d) 1pm Sesame Street 1:30 Splash and Bubbles pm Curious George (d) :30 Nature Cat 3pm Nature Cat 3:30 Wild Kratts (d) 4pm Wild Kratts (d) 4:30 Curious George (d) Weekdays on pm Arthur (d) :30 Splash and Bubbles 3pm Curious George (d) 3:30 Curious George (d) 4pm Nature Cat 4:30 Odd Squad 5pm Wild Kratts (d) 5:30 Wild Kratts (d) 6pm Curious George (d) 6:30 Curious George (d) Saturdays on and 6am Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) Sid the Science Kid (d) 6:30 Peg + Cat Sesame Street 7am Kid s Special (d) Splash and Bubbles 7:30 Curious George (d) 8am Splash and Bubbles Nature Cat 8:30 Peg + Cat (d) Dinosaur Train (d) 9am Nature Cat Peg + Cat 9:30 Ready Jet Go! Wild Kratts (d) 10am Wild Kratts (d) Arthur (d) 10:30 Odd Squad Sundays on 6am Sid the Science Kid (d) 6:30 Splash and Bubbles 7am Peg + Cat (d) 7:30 Curious George (d) 8am Curious George (d) 8:30 Nature Cat 9am SciGirls 9:30 Cyberchase 10am WordGirl 10:30 Odd Squad All programs, unless noted (*), are closed captioned for viewers who are deaf or hard of hearing. (d) Described for viewers who are blind or visually impaired. To access video descriptions, activate the second audio program (SAP) on your stereo TV, VCR or DVD player. For more information on WGBH s services for people with disabilities, go to wgbh.org/access. A Tricky Nut to Crack In often hilarious adventures, the adorable and spirited Peg and her sidekick Cat use math concepts in intriguing new ways to work out solutions to problems. In The Peanut Problem, George Washington Carver will have a total of 100 peanut-based inventions if Peg and Cat can catch the tiny tricksters who keep swiping them. Peg + Cat/The Peanut Problem Mon, 1/8 at 1:30pm on WGBH WGBH is bringing you more of the great kids programs your family loves! You can catch Wild Kratts, Arthur, Bob the Builder and the rest of your favorite WGBH kids programs all day, every day, 4/7 on the WGBH Kids channel. 6am Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman 6:30 Cyberchase (d) 7am Cyberchase (d) 7:30 WordGirl (d) 8am Arthur (d) 8:30 Arthur (d) 9am Peg + Cat (d) 9:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 10am Super Why! 10:30 Clifford 11am Thomas & Friends 11:30 Thomas & Friends 1pm Caillou 1:30 Sid the Science Kid (d) 1pm Bob the Builder 1:30 Word pm Super Why! :30 Sesame Street 3pm Sesame Street 3:30 Dinosaur Train 4pm Dinosaur Train 4:30 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 5pm Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 5:30 Splash and Bubbles 6pm Nature Cat 6:30 Ready Jet Go! 7pm Wild Kratts (d) 7:30 Wild Kratts (d) 8pm Odd Squad 8:30 Odd Squad 9pm Arthur (d) 9:30 Arthur (d) 10pm Super Why! 10:30 Sesame Street 11pm Sesame Street 11:30 Dinosaur Train 1am Dinosaur Train 1:30 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 1am Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood (d) 1:30 Splash and Bubbles am Nature Cat :30 Ready Jet Go! 3am Wild Kratts (d) 3:30 Wild Kratts (d) 4am Odd Squad 4:30 Odd Squad 5am Arthur (d) 5:30 Arthur (d) Time Teaser The Odd Squad is a kid-run organization that solves the world s weird problems. When agents Oona, Olympia and Otis accidentally change the past, they realize that they ve undone every peculiar case that the Odd Squad has ever solved! They embark on a new mission across time and work together, using their math skills to set things straight. Odd Squad/ Turned Odd Mon, 1/15 at 4:30pm on WGBX Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 3

6 Prime Time on Be more informed! Tune in PBS NewsHour weeknights at 6pm on WGBH and Greater Boston weeknights at 7pm on WGBH. 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30 1 Mon Tue 3 Wed 4 Thu 5 Fri 6 Sat 7 Sun 8 Mon Antiques Roadshow Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year s Celebration 018 Independent Lens Midsomer Murders Picture of Innocence (Pt. ) Luther Vera The Sea Glass P.O.V. Marathon P.O.V. 500 Years Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food This Old House Globe Trekker Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin American Experience Influenza 1918 Frontline Abacus: Small Enough to Jail Masterpiece Victoria, An Ordinary Woman Live from Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve America ReFramed Dog Days Summer Hill PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Woodwright s Shop Travelscope Nature Snow Monkeys Nova Invisible Universe Revealed Aurora Fire in the Sky Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode One Death in Paradise Damned If You Do Castles: Britain s Fortified History Instruments of Invasion (7pm) Jewish Film Showcase Independent Lens PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe This Old House Hour The Sides Project The Day the 60s Died Father Brown The Standing Stones Agatha Raisin The Quiche of Death (Pilot) Cambridge Spies Humanity from Space PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Woodwright s Shop Travelscope British Antiques Roadshow Open Studio with Jared Bowen David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize Foo Fighters Washington Week Greater Boston Frontline Abacus: Small Enough to Jail Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin Independent Lens Dogtown PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food This Old House Globe Trekker Live from Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve Antiques Roadshow Nova Invisible Universe Revealed Aurora Fire in the Sky American Experience Influenza 1918 American Experience Influenza 1918 After Ebola: Preparing for a Pandemic America ReFramed Dog Days Ellie s Real Good Food Joanne Weir Gets Fresh Lebanese Kitchen Pati s Mexican Table Barbecue University The Free Range Cook Masterpiece Victoria, The Queen s Husband Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change Masterpiece Victoria, Young England Antiques Roadshow David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize Foo Fighters Nature Snow Monkeys Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow Independent Lens Unrest Midsomer Murders They Seek Him Here (Pt. 1) Luther Shetland Episode One City Rising Local, USA Everday Hustle Stories from the Stage PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food This Old House Globe Trekker

7 9 Tue 10 Wed 11 Thu 1 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sun 15 Mon 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30 Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers American Experience Into the Amazon Masterpiece Victoria, The Queen s Husband Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change Masterpiece Victoria, Young England America ReFramed Care Alzheimer s: The Caregiver s Perspective PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Woodwright s Shop Travelscope Nature Yosemite Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Two Death in Paradise Until Death Do You Part Castles: Britain s Fortified History Kingdom of Conquest (7pm) Jewish Film Showcase Independent Lens Unrest PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe This Old House Hour Joseph Smith: American Prophet Symphony for Nature Father Brown The Paradise of Thieves Agatha Raisin The Walkers of Dembley Cambridge Spies (7pm) Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) Aurora Fire in the Sky PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Woodwright s Shop Travelscope British Antiques Roadshow Open Studio with Jared Bowen Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize Food Flirts Burger Meets Dosa Washington Week Greater Boston Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers American Experience Into the Amazon My Neighborhood: Pilsen We Are Superman PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Ellie s Real Good Food This Old House Globe Trekker Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change Masterpiece Victoria, Young England Antiques Roadshow (7pm) Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) American Experience Into the Amazon American Experience Into the Amazon America ReFramed Care Travels to the Edge Smart Travels The Free Range Cook Smart Travels Travelscope Smart Travels Masterpiece Victoria, Young England Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Antiques Roadshow Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize Symphony for Nature Nature Yosemite Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers P.O.V. The Overnighters Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Ellie s Real Good Food Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe Antiques Roadshow Independent Lens I Am Not Your Negro Katmai: Alaska s Wild Peninsula Midsomer Murders They Seek Him Here (Pt. ) Luther Shetland Episode Two AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Black Panther Woman Local, USA Voices from Atlantic City Stories from the Stage PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television This Old House Globe Trekker Now get Explore! anytime on any device! Digital Explore! is now available on any computer, tablet or smartphone: explore.wgbh.org

8 Prime Time on Be more informed! Tune in PBS NewsHour weeknights at 6pm on WGBH and Greater Boston weeknights at 7pm on WGBH. 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30 16 Tue 17 Wed 18 Thu 19 Fri 0 Sat 1 Sun Mon 3 Tue Finding Your Roots Black Like Me American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park Frontline Rape on the Night Shift Masterpiece Victoria, Young England Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two America ReFramed Care Reel South 10 Days PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Woodwright s Shop Travelscope Nature Arctic Wolf Pack Nova Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia Istanbul s Ancient Mystery Understanding the Opioid Epidemic Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Three Death in Paradise Swimming in Murder Castles: Britain s Fortified History Defense of the Realm (7pm) P.O.V. All the Difference Independent Lens I Am Not Your Negro PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe This Old House Hour Is Your Brain Male or Female? How to Find Love Online Father Brown The Deadly Seal Agatha Raisin Hell s Bells Cambridge Spies Time Scanners St. Paul s Cathedral Understanding the Opioid Epidemic PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Woodwright s Shop Travelscope British Antiques Roadshow Open Studio with Jared Bowen American Masters Lorraine Hansberry Washington Week Greater Boston Frontline Rape on the Night Shift Finding Your Roots Black Like Me Frontline Exodus: The Journey Continues PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television This Old House Globe Trekker (7pm) Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two The Great British Baking Show Victorian Antiques Roadshow Nova Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia Istanbul s Ancient Mystery American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park Independent Lens I Am Not Your Negro American Masters Lorraine Hansberry America ReFramed Care Taste the Islands Primal Grill Taste the Islands Travelscope Travels with Darley Music Voyager (7pm) Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Antiques Roadshow American Masters Lorraine Hansberry Nature Arctic Wolf Pack Finding Your Roots Black Like Me AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe Antiques Roadshow Independent Lens The Force Ribbon of Sand Midsomer Murders Blood Wedding (Pt. 1) Luther Shetland Episode Three AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Stories from the Stage PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television This Old House Globe Trekker We ll Meet Again Children of WWII Frontline Exodus: The Journey Continues Goering s Last Secret Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two America ReFramed 70 Acres in Chicago My Neighborhood: Pilsen PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Woodwright s Shop Travelscope

9 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30 4 Wed 5 Thu 6 Fri 7 Sat 8 Sun 9 Mon 30 Tue 31 Wed Nature Animal Misfits Nova Petra Lost City of Stone Secrets of the Dead Scanning the Pyramids Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Four Death in Paradise The Perfect Murder Goering s Last Secret (7pm) Independent Lens Independent Lens The Force PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe This Old House Hour Member Favorites Father Brown The Owl of Minerva Agatha Raisin The Wellspring of Death Cambridge Spies Time Scanners Petra Secrets of the Dead Cleopatra s Lost Tomb PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Woodwright s Shop Travelscope Member Favorites Washington Week Greater Boston Frontline Frontline PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television This Old House Globe Trekker (11am) Member Favorites Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two (11am) Member Favorites American Masters Norman Lear Pioneers of Television America ReFramed 70 Acres in Chicago Kitchen Wisdom Simply Ming Travel Quest with Bill Ball Lucky Chow Kitchen Wisdom Mike Colameco s Real Food (7pm) Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Queen Elizabeth s Secret Agents (11:30) Member Favorites Nature Animal Misfits We ll Meet Again Children of WWII Reel South Overburden Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow Independent Lens I Am Another You Midsomer Murders Blood Wedding (Pt. ) Luther Shetland Episode Four AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Local, USA Stories from the Stage PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television This Old House Globe Trekker We ll Meet Again Rescued for Mount St. Helens American Experience Triangle Fire Frontline North Korea s Deadly Dictator Secrets of Henry VIII s Palace Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two Queen Elizabeth s Secret Agents America ReFramed A New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone Colored Frames PBS NewsHour Martha Bakes America s Test Kitchen Mike Colameco s Real Food Milk Street Television Woodwright s Shop Travelscope Nature Animals with Cameras Nova Solar Impulse: The Impossible Flight Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Five Death in Paradise She Was Murdered Twice Death in Paradise Unlike Father, Unlike Son (7pm) Independent Lens Independent Lens I Am Another You PBS NewsHour Lidia s Kitchen Cook s Country Chef s Life Milk Street Television Ask This Old House Rick Steves Europe Find repeats of prime-time broadcasts on page 4.

10 Your WGBH and PBS Favorites On Demand Welcome to mywgbh an easy access, on-demand collection of the most popular programs from WGBH and PBS. Every day of the year, mywgbh provides member-exclusive, on-demand access to thousands of hours of your beloved public television shows including Masterpiece, Nova, American Experience, British dramas, mysteries, and more. Explore something new or revisit an old favorite. For more information on the programs featured here, and many more, visit wgbh.org/getmywgbh. MASTERPIECE/VICTORIA, SEASON TWO Don t miss a minute of PBS highest rated drama in 0 years second only to Downton Abbey. Season Two finds Victoria adapting to motherhood after the birth of her first child, a daughter a disappointment to many in the court. Meanwhile, the catastrophic Irish potato famine begins to wreak havoc, and the budding Industrial Revolution brings many wonders. DEATH IN HOLY ORDERS From P.D. James, the awardwinning master of crime fiction, this classic work stars Martin Shaw (Inspector George Gently) as the intensely cerebral Commander Adam Dalgliesh. When a young seminary student is smothered to death, his wealthy father moves heaven and Earth to force Scotland Yard to re-examine its verdict of accidental death. Dalgliesh s investigation reveals an unholy litany of sinister motives lurking beneath the surface of piety and penance. THE MURDER ROOM In case you didn t get enough of Commander Adam Dalgliesh, here s even more: When a trustee is found murdered at the Dupayne Family Museum, the circumstances of the death mimic one of the cases exhibited in the museum s own Murder Room. There are more copycat killings to come for Dalgliesh, whose work is complicated by his love for Cambridge intellectual Emma Lavenham. Will he be able to tell her his true feelings? 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Quarterfinal 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Paris Side Trips 8pm Nature Snow Monkeys In the frigid valleys of Japan s Shiga Highlands, a troop of snow monwgbh.org/getmywgbh Look for this icon to find your favorite British dramas on WGBX. Nearly all programs on WGBH are captioned for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. If you have any questions about closed captioning on any of our programs, please contact us at Look for the (d) symbol to find programs described for viewers who are blind or visually impaired. Monday 1 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Sweet Dough 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Central Turkey 8pm Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Hour One Host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Ken Farmer head to the Museum of Appalachia to discuss Appalachian musical instruments. Highlights include a Tiffany pottery vase, circa 1905, that was purchased at an estate sale for $75 and is now valued at between $9,000 to $1,000. Midsomer Murders Picture of Innocence (Pt. ) A photographer is murdered shortly after exhibiting a compromising picture of Barnaby, who becomes a suspect in the ensuing investigation. 9pm Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year s Celebration 018 See Harmonious New Year, page 9 Luther Ripley is abducted and must be rescued in time to prevent Cameron s final murderous set piece. But Jenny s ruthless and vengeful boss is demanding compensation for stealing her protégé. 10pm Vera The Sea Glass When the body of a missing trawler man is pulled from the sea, DCI Vera Stanhope must delve into the lives of his family in a close-knit fishing community. 10:30 Independent Lens The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin Meet the frank and funny creator of the groundbreaking Tales of the City, and follow his evolution from a conservative son of the Old South to a gay rights pioneer whose work has inspired millions. 11:30 PBS NewsHour 6pm 7pm What s on and Tuesday PBS NewsHour Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Pastry 7:30 Rick Steves Europe France s Loire: Chateau Country 8pm Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin Actors Fred Armisen and Christopher Walken, and musician Carly Simon each learn about a grandparent whose real identity and background had been a mystery to them redefining how they see themselves. Masterpiece Victoria, An Ordinary Woman Courtship at court leads to second thoughts and other complications. Will Victoria and Albert take the fateful step into matrimony? And will the queen promise to obey her foreign prince? 9pm American Experience Influenza 1918 As the nation mobilized for war in the spring of 1918, ailing Private Albert Gitchell was diagnosed with influenza, a disease about which doctors knew little. Before the year was out, America would be ravaged by a flu epidemic that killed 600,000 people. (d) Live from Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve: Bernstein on Broadway Ring in 018 with a celebration of Leonard Bernstein s best loved works for Broadway, including West Side Story, featuring the New York Philharmonic and special guests. 10pm Frontline Abacus: Small Enough to Jail 11pm PBS NewsHour Wednesday 3 8 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

11 keys makes its way and raises its offspring in a complex society of rank and privilege. (d) Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode One Sidney is suspected of murder. But then, so are a fellow priest, a photographer and a classmate of the victim. Geordie makes up his mind about who will hang. (d) 9pm Nova Invisible Universe Revealed Twenty-five years ago, NASA launched one of the most ambitious experiments in the history of astronomy: the Hubble Space Telescope. In honor of Hubble s landmark anniversary, Nova tells the remarkable story of the telescope that forever changed our understanding of the cosmos and our place in it. Death in Paradise Damned If You Do A death in the Saint Marie Heritage Society suggests that this cozy group could be less amicable than it seems. DI Goodman tries to stay focused on the job while wrestling with his feelings for Camille. 10pm Aurora Fire in the Sky Examine legends about the origins and meaning of the aurora, the colorful glow that often brightens the night sky in Earth s polar regions. Castles: Britain s Fortified History Instruments of Invasion The castle soon became a weapon that unruly barons used to challenge the crown. 11pm PBS NewsHour Thursday 4 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show French Week 7:30 Rick Steves Europe The Best of Israel 8pm This Old House Hour Father Brown The Standing Stones A death at the stone circle of a polio-stricken village leads Father Brown to conclude that dark forces are at work and that another sacrifice may be imminent. 9pm The Sides Project Follow the unforgettable journey of six US sons and daughters as they discover a country and a people with whom they share a common history. Agatha Raisin The Quiche of Death (Pilot) Pining for a more peaceful existence in friendlier locales, Agatha Raisin leaves London, opting for early retirement in a sleepy village in scenic surroundings and attempts to curry favor with the locals by cheating her way into a quiche-making competition with an entry purchased from an urban deli. 10pm The Day the 60s Died In May 1970, four students were shot dead at Kent State. The mayhem that followed has been called the most divisive moment in American history since the Civil War. 10:30 Cambridge Spies In 1934, four brilliant and idealistic young men at Cambridge University are recruited to spy for Russia. Fueled by youthful idealism, a passion for Communism, a talent for lying and a hatred for Hitler and Fascism, the four take huge personal risks to pass Britain s biggest secrets to Moscow. Friday 5 6pm PBS NewsHour Harmonious New Year Ring in 018 with the historic Vienna Philharmonic, under the baton of Italian guest conductor Riccardo Muti, at the opulent Musikverein concert hall. This magnificent performance features Strauss Family waltzes, accompanied by the elegant dancing of the Vienna City Ballet. The broadcast also features some of the most picturesque landmarks of Vienna, Austria s capital and its largest city. English stage and screen star Hugh Bonneville will host this year s festivities. Great Peformances/From Vienna: The New Year s Celebration 018 Mon, 1/1 at 9pm on WGBH Great history repeats itself. We are proud to join our history with Charlestown s. 1 Thompson Square, Charlestown ADVERTISEMENT cambridgesavings.com Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 9

12 ADVERTISEMENT with Us 10am The David Rubenstein Show: Featuring Peer to such Peer popular Conversations Steves Europe, Indra Rough Nooyi Cut Woodworking shows as Simply Ming, Rick with 10:30 Tommy Mac and The Motor- Victory Garden, 11am delivers your favorite Member Week lifestyle Favorites and how-to (*) programming Member Ways to Tune In all Favorites day, every day. (*) Check out our Prime Monday Time Grid 11 on page 4 for a Digital:.3 RCN: 95 lineup of evening programming Comcast: 959 Cox: 805 or visit createtv.com for FiOS: 474 Charter: 18 customized local listings of s entire daily schedule. A Craftman s Legacy Eric Yelsma has been drawn to sewing since he was a teenager. Throughout a successful corporate sales career, his passion for sewing grew. Now he owns a shop that specializes in making jeans sourced from sustainable American fabric that are sewed and sold in Detroit. Host Eric Gorges visits with Yelsma to try his hand at stitching while learning about the tools and traditions that make up fine craftsmanship in the 1st century. The Jeansmaker Mon, 1/15 at 4:30pm Globe Trekker Aloha from Hawaii! America s 50th state, this quintessential honeymoon destination also has a long history as the sacred kingdom of the Polynesians. Join trekker Zoe D Amato as she sets out on a grand adventure to explore four of Hawaii s mounds of breathtaking beauty: The Big Island, Maui, Oahu and Kauai. Find out why this lush paradise in the Pacific continues to fascinate travelers from all over the world. Hawaii Sat, 1/0 at 4pm My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas Emerald green Greek extra virgin olive oil is the star of this show, as it flows from tree to table. Host and restaurateur Diane Kochilas visits the beautifully preserved town of Monemvasia to get a new perspective on one of Greece s most delectable exports. A truly diverse ingredient, olive oil transforms a simple vegetable medley into a flavorful dish and slips between the folds of billowy rice in a succulent pilaf. Learn how this staple in every Greek kitchen can add character to almost every recipe, from main course to dessert. Olive Oil Everything Thu, 1/5 at pm is produced and distributed by APT, WNET New York Public Media and WGBH Boston in association with the National Educational Telecommunications Association and PBS. 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show The Final 7:30 Basic Black 8pm British Antiques Roadshow Walthamstow Town Hall Two Washington Week 8:30 Open Studio with Jared Bowen Greater Boston 9pm David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize David Letterman has been hailed as one of the most innovative and influential broadcasters in the history of television. This year, the Kennedy Center has selected the Emmy Award-winning comedian as the recipient of the 017 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Frontline Abacus: Small Enough to Jail 10:30 Foo Fighters Landmarks Live in Concert: A Great Performances Special Rock with the great American stadium rock band. After 5 million records and 11 Grammy Awards, the Foo Fighters perform at the iconic ancient amphitheater at Athens Acropolis in a show hosted by Chad Smith, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer. Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin (See 1/ at 8pm) 11pm PBS NewsHour Saturday 6 11am Martha Stewart s Cooking School Arabian Gulf Breakfast Rudy Maxa s Kyushu The cherry blossoms, volcanoes and luxurious resorts of the southern island of Kyushu are explored. 11:30 Martha Bakes Yeasted Breakfast Favorites Hazelnut hot-cross buns studded with dried cherries and a honeyed whole wheat bread are made. Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Chattanooga, Tennessee Moonpies, Incline Railway, and the View of Seven States 1pm Chef s Life Persimmon Style Vivian takes the twins to pick persimmons and learns about the different varieties of the fruit. Nature Snow Monkeys (d) (See 1/3 at 8pm) NEW ENGLAND PREMERE! An absolute joy from beginning to end! - The London Daily Express SHAKESPEARE in Love Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall Directed by Scott Edmiston REMO AIRALDI* JESSE HINSON* KEN BALTIN* GEORGE OLESKY* FEATURING: NANCY E. CARROLL* OMAR ROBINSON* KERRY A. DOWLING* EDDIE SHIELDS* JAN 1 - FEB JENNIFER ELLIS* LEWIS D. WHEELER* ADVERTISEMENT 10 createtv.com

13 1:30 Pati s Mexican Table 1pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year s Celebration 018 (See 1/1 at 9pm) 1:30 Lidia s Kitchen A Special Occasion pm Simply Ming Rick Bayless Mexican street corn tacos with corn tortillas and an egg omelet wrap are served. :30 My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas Meze Society Greek yogurt dip, Greek meatballs and shrimp saganaki with ouzo and feta cheese are served. David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize (See 1/5 at 9pm) 3pm America s Test Kitchen from Cook s Illustrated Italian Vegetarian 3:30 Cook s Country Bourbon and Broccoli Hit the Grill Julia Collin Davison shows Bridget Lancaster how to make the ultimate grilled bourbon steaks. 4pm Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Milk Street Holidays Milk Street cook Catherine Smart makes prune, peppercorn and fresh herb-rubbed roast beef. The Sides Project (See 1/4 at 9pm) 4:30 Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac Roofing, Rakes and Soffets Tommy and general contractor Chris Reynolds work on the finishing touches to complete the roof. 5pm This Old House The apprentices get a lesson in roofing, and a new slab of concrete goes in the basement. PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 This Old House Greater Boston 6pm Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin (See 1/ at 8pm) Globe Trekker Delhi and Agra 7pm Masterpiece Victoria, An Ordinary Woman (See 1/ at 8pm) Finding Your Roots Unfamiliar Kin (See 1/ at 8pm) 8pm Live from Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve: Bernstein on Broadway (See 1/ at 9pm) Nova Invisible Universe Revealed (See 1/3 at 9pm) 9pm Aurora Fire in the Sky (See 1/3 at 10pm) 10pm Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Hour One American Experience Influenza 1918 (d) (See 1/ at 9pm) 11pm Basic Black Film School Shorts Bewitched 11:30 Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. 1) (*) Music Voyager Peru: Lima Original Hosts Alvaro Fernandez and Jacob Edgar meet in Lima to explore the different sights, Local Voices, National Audience WGBH celebrates the humor and heartbreak of the human experience with Stories from the Stage, a new series that illustrates the power of real stories told by first-time storytellers. In each 30- minute episode, a group of raconteurs from the US and around the world shares their personal recollections in front of an audience at WGBH Studios in Brighton. Every show features a new universal theme and amplifies the voices of people not usually seen on national television. Laugh, cry and connect with stories that show how much we have in common. Stories from the Stage Sun, 1/7 at 7:30pm on WGBH Streaming from anywhere? That never gets old. Xfinity gives you more ways to enjoy the shows you love. Antiques Roadshow is available at xfinity.com/stream and on Xfinity Stream app ADVERTISEMENT With Xfinity, you can stream top networks, live sports and thousands of On Demand TV shows and movies on any device plus download your DVR recordings from anywhere. Visit xfinity.com to learn more. Restrictions apply. Not available in all areas. 017 Comcast. All rights reserved. Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 11

14 sounds and tastes of one of the most intriguing and exotic countries in South America. In the cosmopolitan capital they explore the rational Lima, the amazing cuisines that the city is famous for and the music of a Peruvian legend. Sunday 7 6am Second Opinion Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 6:30 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 7am Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 7:30 TBD 8am Greater Boston 8:30 Basic Black 9am Washington Week 10am The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations David Petraeus (Pt. 1) 10:30 MotorWeek 11am Open Studio with Jared Bowen Theater Talk (*) 11:30 Rick Steves Europe Central Turkey Open Studio with Jared Bowen 1pm Samantha Brown s Places to Love Focusing on hidden gems and local haunts, this 13-part series skirts the tourist spots and brings viewers to the places that keep communities thriving. The Great British Baking Show Pies and Tarts The remaining bakers create double-crust- Keystone State Treasures The most watched ongoing series on PBS kicks off its nd season! Host Mark L. Walberg and antiques experts travel for the first time to Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania, to appraise long-forgotten heirlooms, yard sale bargains and interesting items salvaged from attics and basements. Fantastic finds include a Pennsylvania Dutch coffee pot from around 1880, an 189 H.F. Farny watercolor and gouache painting, and a René Lalique necklace. Watch to find out which is worth between $00,000 and $300,000. Antiques Roadshow/Harrisburg Mon, 1/8 at 8pm on WGBH Rough Rider and the Rainforest Follow the epic journey of President Theodore Roosevelt into the heart of the South American rainforest with legendary Brazilian explorer Candido Rondon. Their historic mission in 1914 was to chart an unexplored tributary of the mighty Amazon. Over eight grueling weeks, the ill-equipped expedition navigated deadly rapids in crude dugout canoes. Before it was all over, one member of the expedition had drowned and another had committed murder. What was expected to be a relatively tranquil journey turned out to be a brutal test of courage and character. American Experience/Into the Amazon Tue, 1/9 at 9pm on WGBH 1 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org ed fruit pies, an English custard tart and phyllo pie. 1:30 Start Up Finn-ish Your Beer Victory Nola is a bar-meetsclassroom operation that teaches how to make New Orleans cocktails. 1pm Start Up The Athletic Board Hydrant Club, a dog boarding and training facility in Downtown Las Vegas, is visited. Lidia s Kitchen A Special Occasion 1:30 American Experience Influenza 1918 (d) (See 1/ at 9pm) Simply Ming Rick Bayless pm Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Milk Street Holidays :30 Nova Invisible Universe Revealed (See 1/3 at 9pm) Weekends with Yankee The Coast The beach town of Ogunquit, Maine, boat building in Newport, Rhode Island, and more are featured. 3pm Dream of Italy Tuscany In the premiere of its second season, Dream of Italy explores six diverse areas of Italy in six episodes. True Chianti wine is made at Castello di Ama, and Kathy McCabe, editor of the award-winning travel newsletter, visits the olive harvest at Pornanino. 3:30 David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize (See 1/5 at 9pm) Roadtrip Nation Find Your Voice Road trippers Ariel, Elicia and Regina set off in the green RV to meet inspiring women in STEM. 4pm Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. 1) (*) See Local Voices, National Audience, page 11 4:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter The Very Fortunate Daniel Handler Daniel Handler is the author of the wildly popular children s books A Series of Unfortunate Events. 5pm Nature Snow Monkeys (d) (See 1/3 at 8pm) PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 6pm Windows to the Wild Winter on Mount Washington The 6,88-foot mountain earned the moniker home of the world s worst weather because of its extreme weather conditions and changeability. Host Willem Lange witnesses firsthand the whipping wind, snow and bitter cold of Mount Washington from the safety of the Weather Observatory s snowcat on a ride to the summit. And Justice for All 6:30 Rick Steves Europe Paris Side Trips 7pm British Antiques Roadshow Walthamstow Town Hall Two (See 1/5 at 8pm) 7:30 Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. 1) (*) See Local Voices, National Audience, page 11 8pm Masterpiece Victoria, The Queen s Husband At wits ends in a foreign land, Albert finds a noble cause. Victoria gets her way at court and resorts to a folk cure in the bedroom. Francatelli does Miss Skerrett a favor for a price. Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Hour One 9pm Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change With a child on the way, Victoria must choose a regent in case she dies during childbirth. The Tory party disputes her choice, but she and Albert turn the tables with the aid of the latest in 19th century technology. 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15 Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis J. Wahlgren travel to the Rhea County Courthouse to look at a book relating to the Scopes monkey trial. Luther As Luther s affection for Jenny grows, so does his determination to protect her and help her back on her feet. Baba, however, is determined to keep him on a tight leash. 10pm Independent Lens Unrest Follow filmmaker Jennifer Brea s struggle with chronic fatigue syndrome, and meet others coping with this often devastating and little-understood condition in this intimate documentary. (d) Shetland Episode One When a young man disappears on the Aberdeen-to-Shetland ferry crossing and a small boy ends up in intensive care, DI Jimmy Perez and his team become convinced the two events are connected. 11pm PBS NewsHour Tuesday 9 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Masterclass Two 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Italy s Riviera: Cinque Terre 8pm Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers Actors Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen and William H. Macy trace their nonconformist ancestors through American conflicts all the way back to the Puritan establishment. Masterpiece Victoria, The Queen s Husband (See 1/7 at 8pm) 9pm American Experience Into the Amazon See Rough Rider and the Rainforest, page 1 Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change (See 1/7 at 9pm) 10pm Masterpiece Victoria, Young England (See 1/7 at 10pm) 11pm PBS NewsHour 6pm 7pm Wednesday 10 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Masterclass Three 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Italy s Veneto: Verona, Padua and Ravenna 8pm Nature Yosemite Forged in wildfire and sculpted by water, Yosemite Valley reflects the delicate balance of these two elements that are essential to the creatures and trees that live there. But with climates changing and temperatures rising, the Sierras are under siege. (d) Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Two A professor dies in a suspicious fall. A government agent warns Geordie to back off the case. Meanwhile, Sidney is warned off an old flame but finds a new prospect. (d) The Good Life Hooray for Tony Bennett! America s favorite crooner, now 91, is the newest recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, an award that celebrates an artist whose career reflects lifetime achievement in promoting musical expression and cultural understanding. The son of a grocer and a seamstress, Bennett served in War II and got his big break when Bob Hope saw him performing in a New York City night club. Watch as the Library of Congress pays tribute to the 19-time Grammy Award winner who continues to inspire and collaborate with some of today s biggest names in music. Tony Bennett: The Library Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song Fri, 1/1 at 9pm on WGBH PHOTO: WALTER STRATE, NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ARCHIVES Classical.org The new premiere digital classical music experience Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 13

16 Queen and Dame Back by popular demand, the series that gave Queen Victoria an image makeover is starting its second sensational season! Jenna Coleman stars as the feisty rookie monarch, and Tom Hughes plays her consort and soulmate Prince Albert. Dame Diana Rigg (Game of Thrones) joins the cast as the young queen s new Mistress of the Robes, the most senior woman in the royal household. Don t miss these all-new episodes that introduce the early years of the Industrial Revolution, when society was changing as fast as the queen s growing family. Masterpiece/Victoria, Season Two Sun, 1/14 at 9pm on WGBH American Observer In a 1979 letter to his literary agent, James Baldwin described his next project as a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and successive assassinations of three of his close friends Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. But at the time of Baldwin s death in 1987, he left behind only 30 completed pages of this manuscript. Now, in his Oscar-nominated documentary, filmmaker Raoul Peck combines the unfinished manuscript with Baldwin s published work, letters, diaries and historical film footage to spotlight one of the nation s foremost cultural observers and social critics. Actor Samuel L. Jackson reads the prescient words of Baldwin in this inspiring film that highlights the centrality of race to the American experience. Independent Lens/I Am Not Your Negro Mon, 1/15 at 9pm on WGBH 9pm Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) Join astrophysicist Janna Levine and others as they hunt for clues about the nature of black holes. Death in Paradise Until Death Do You Part When a bride-to-be is killed, DI Goodman tries to unravel a seemingly impossible murder. Meanwhile, Camille has a big decision to make. 10pm Castles: Britain s Fortified History Kingdom of Conquest See how Edward I turned his castle into an instrument of colonization. 11pm PBS NewsHour Thursday 11 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Masterclass Four 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Amsterdam 8pm This Old House Hour Father Brown The Paradise of Thieves When a dead man is found inside a locked bank vault, Father Brown must solve the mystery to save an innocent man. 9pm Joseph Smith: American Prophet Who was Joseph Smith? Known as the founder of Mormonism and the Latter Day Saint movement, this frontier prophet of the early 1800s found little honor at the hands of an angry mob in his own country. This 90-minute docu-drama will touch Smith s life from his birth in 1805 to his violent death in 18. Agatha Raisin The Walkers of Dembley When militant rambler Jessica Tartinck is found bashed to death in a field, former PR whiz Agatha Raisin is forced to go undercover to get to the bottom of the grisly crime. 10pm Cambridge Spies 10:30 Symphony for Nature: The Britt Orchestra at Crater Lake 11pm PBS NewsHour Friday 1 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Christmas Masterclass 7:30 Basic Black 8pm British Antiques Roadshow Belton House One Washington Week 8:30 Open Studio with Jared Bowen Greater Boston 9pm Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song See The Good Life, page 13 Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers (See 1/9 at 8pm) 10pm American Experience Into the Amazon (See 1/9 at 9pm) 10:30 Food Flirts Burger Meets Dosa Follow the Brass sisters as they tackle their burger bucket list, then flirt their way into an Indian kitchen to uncover the mystique of Indian dosa. (d) From our radio studio in the Boston Public Library 14 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

17 Saturday 13 11am Martha Stewart s Cooking School Grilled Favorites Fish in banana leaves, dateglazed lamb chops and sea bass fillets with okra kebabs are prepared. Rudy Maxa s Hong Kong (Pt. 1) 11:30 Martha Bakes Better (For You) Bake Sale Lemonyogurt cupcakes with fresh raspberry frosting are served. Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Dallas, Texas The Texas State Fair, City Sunsets and Tex Mex 1pm Chef s Life Chasing Trout Vivian plans a respite from the road during the holidays and prepares a Feast of the Seven Fishes. Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Hour Two 1:30 Pati s Mexican Table 1pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers (See 1/9 at 8pm) 1:30 Lidia s Kitchen The Roast pm Simply Ming Tiffani Faison Joseph Smith: American Prophet (See 1/11 at 9pm) :30 My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas A Bite of Greek Red Wine 3pm America s Test Kitchen from Cook s Illustrated Kicking off its 18th season, this familiar series features a team of test cooks who viewers have come to trust as they deconstruct recipes and reveal the test kitchen s secrets to foolproof home cooking. 3:30 Cook s Country Straight from So-Cal Julia Collin Davison shows Bridget Lancaster how to make authentic citrus-braised pork tacos. Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (See 1/1 at 9pm) 4pm Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Crazy Noodles Milk Street visits Peru to learn a new way to make pesto and soba with miso butter and asparagus. 4:30 Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac Recap, Windows and Trim Tommy focuses on getting the windows and front door in, making sure he gets plenty of sunlight. 5pm This Old House Hour PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 Greater Boston 6pm Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers (See 1/9 at 8pm) Globe Trekker Tough Boats: The Amazon 7pm Masterpiece Victoria, The Queen s Husband (See 1/7 at 8pm) Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) (See 1/10 at 9pm) 8pm Masterpiece Victoria, Engine of Change (See 1/7 at 9pm) 9pm Masterpiece Victoria, Young England (See 1/7 at 10pm) American Experience Into the Amazon (See 1/9 at 9pm) 10pm Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour One (See 1/8 at 8pm) 11pm Basic Black Bluegrass Underground The Mavericks Enjoy the irresistible Cuban groove of the genreleaping Grammy winners fronted by the transcendent vocals of Raul Malo. 11:30 Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. ) See Immigrant stories of yesterday and today. Landscape architect Nano Raies flees Syria to pursue her musical dream, Szifra Birke discovers the hidden meaning of her name, and Abhishek Shah becomes a meat-eating American. (*) Music Voyager Peru: Paracas Sunday 14 6am Second Opinion Rosacea 6:30 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 7am Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 7:30 TBD 8am Greater Boston 8:30 Basic Black 9am Washington Week 10am The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations David Petraeus (Pt. ) 10:30 MotorWeek 11am Open Studio with Jared Bowen Theater Talk (*) Bankrolling Wartime Science Travel back in time to the fall of 1940, when Winston Churchill shared an important military secret with a mysterious Wall Street tycoon named Alfred Lee Loomis. Using his connections and his money, Loomis gathered the most visionary scientists of the 0th century Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Enrico Fermi, among others at his state-of-the-art laboratory in Tuxedo Park, New York, to develop radar technology that would play a critical role in winning War II. See how a socialite helped alter the course of history. American Experience /The Secret of Tuxedo Park Tue, 1/16 at 9pm on WGBH to our television studios in Brighton WGBH is your home for public television and radio. Please renew your support. wgbh.org/renew Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 15

18 11:30 Rick Steves Europe Palestine Open Studio with Jared Bowen 1pm Samantha Brown s Places to Love The Great British Baking Show Biscuits and Traybakes 1:30 Start Up Necklace or Neck Brace? Noonday Collection in Texas uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world. 1pm Nova Black Hole Apocalypse (Pt. 1 and Pt. ) (See 1/13 at 7pm) Lidia s Kitchen The Roast 1:30 Simply Ming Tiffani Faison pm Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Crazy Noodles :30 Weekends with Yankee Adventure in the Wild 3pm American Experience Into the Amazon (See 1/9 at 9pm) Dream of Italy Rome 3:30 Roadtrip Nation Get Out There 4pm Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. ) (*) 4:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter Janet Echelman Looms Large Janet Echelman s giant net sculptures and Justin Bettman s fine art photography are highlighted. 5pm Nature Yosemite (d) (See 1/10 at 8pm) PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 6pm Windows to the Wild Outdoor Afro Members tackle Mount Washington s Tuckerman Ravine as they celebrate black leadership in nature. Moscow on the Hudson 6:30 Rick Steves Europe Italy s Veneto: Verona, Padua and Ravenna 7pm British Antiques Roadshow Belton House One 7:30 Stories from the Stage Suitcase Stories (Pt. ) (*) 8pm Masterpiece Victoria, Young England (See 1/7 at 10pm) Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour One 9pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two See Queen and Dame, page 14 Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (See 1/1 at 9pm) 10:30 Symphony for Nature: The Britt Orchestra at Crater Lake 11pm Finding Your Roots Puritans and Pioneers (See 1/9 at 8pm) Live from the Artists Den Lady Antebellum Monday 15 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Cake 7:30 Rick Steves Europe The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam 8pm Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour Two Travel to Harrisburg for finds, including a Charles Heinie Wagner Red Sox archive, and a 1975 Yellow Submarine jacket made for Karen Carpenter. Midsomer Murders They Seek Him Here (Pt. ) 9pm Independent Lens I Am Not Your Negro (d) See American Observer, page 14 Luther As his personal and professional lives spiral out of control, Luther tries to cover up Toby s death and appease a suspicious Baba. 10pm Shetland Episode Two DI Jimmy Perez is convinced that Michael Maguire is somehow implicated in the death of Robbie Morton. But with the investigation seemingly under threat before it s even started, he faces an uphill battle to uncover the truth behind Maguire s silence. 10:30 Katmai: Alaska s Wild Peninsula The writings of naturalist Loren Eiseley inspire this cinematic essay on a landscape where bears outnumber people. 11pm PBS NewsHour Tuesday 16 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Biscuits 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Prague 8pm Finding Your Roots Black Like Me Bryant Gumbel, Tonya Lewis-Lee and Suzanne Malveaux discover a tapestry of the unexpected in their ancestry, revealing slaves and free people of color, Civil War legacies and forgotten origins. Masterpiece Victoria, Young England (See 1/7 at 10pm) 9pm American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park See Bankrolling Wartime Science, page 15 Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two (See 1/14 at 9pm) 10pm Frontline Rape on the Night Shift 11pm PBS NewsHour Wednesday 17 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Bread 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Berlin 8pm Nature Arctic Wolf Pack Discover the white wolf, one of the most hardened predators on the planet, in Ellesmere Island s unforgiving ice and snow. Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Three Sidney and Geordie answer a false alarm, which turns into a real murder investigation. (d) 9pm Nova Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia Istanbul s Ancient Mystery As Istanbul braces for its next big quake, a team of architects and engineers is investigating Hagia Sophia s seismic secrets. Death in Paradise Swimming in Murder The team is introduced to the crazy world of rock n roll when the lead singer of a band is murdered on Saint Marie. Can DI Goodman keep control of the unruly suspects for long enough to solve the crime? 10pm Educate, Entertain, Inspire Understanding the Opioid Epidemic This onehour documentary traces the history of how the nation got into this widespread health crisis. Hear the stories of people affected by the opioid epidemic, and find out about possible solutions. Castles: Britain s Fortified History Defense of the Realm Learn how castle ruins took on a unique appeal, embodying a nostalgia for an age of chivalry. 11pm PBS NewsHour Discover the benefits and rewards of volunteering at WGBH Volunteers help keep the public in WGBH s public media. Visit wgbh.org/volunteer for more information Or contact us at or WGBH Volunteers 16 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

19 Thursday 18 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Desserts 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Germany s Hamburg and the Luther Trail 8pm This Old House Hour Father Brown The Deadly Seal Father Brown finds himself in an impossible situation when he is told, under the seal of confession, that Bishop Talbot will be assassinated tomorrow. 9pm Is Your Brain Male or Female? New research suggests that the connections in men s and women s brains follow different patterns, which may explain typical forms of male and female behavior. Using a team of human lab rats and a troop of Barbary monkeys, Michael Mosley and Alice Roberts test the science and challenge old stereotypes. Agatha Raisin Hell s Bells A rich newcomer, Amanda Ballard has found little favor among the Carsely locals. And when her body is found hanging from the bell ropes of the church in an apparent suicide, Agatha suspects foul play. 10pm How to Find Love Online An expert in public health issues at Fordham University is hopelessly single and looking for love. Can Hannah Fry, lecturer in mathematics at University College London, use her statistical know-how to help secure him the partner of his dreams? Cambridge Spies 11pm PBS NewsHour Friday 19 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Alternative Ingredients 7:30 Basic Black 8pm British Antiques Roadshow Belton House Two Washington Week 8:30 Open Studio with Jared Bowen Greater Boston 9pm American Masters Lorraine Hansberry See A Broadway Legend s Untold Life, this page Frontline Rape on the Night Shift 10pm Finding Your Roots Black Like Me (See 1/16 at 8pm) 11pm PBS NewsHour 11am Saturday 0 Martha Stewart s Cooking School Stews of the Arabian Gulf Rudy Maxa s Hong Kong (Pt. ) A Broadway Legend s Untold Life On March 11, 1959, Lorraine Hansberry s A Raisin in the Sun opened on Broadway and changed the face of American theater forever. But little is known about the playwright who died when she was just 34 years old. The granddaughter of a freed slave, Hansberry grew up in segregated Chicago, worked as a journalist in Harlem, and used her writing to expose the daily struggles of black Americans in a way no one on Broadway had done before. This documentary uses home movies, interviews and rare archival material to explore Hansberry s life as artist and activist to highlight her lasting impact. American Masters/Lorraine Hansberry Fri, 1/19 at 9pm on WGBH Space for rent. (Wow factor complimentary.) From our Yawkey Theater and Atrium, to our Calderwood Studio and Fraser Performance Studio, WGBH s versatile, modern spaces can accommodate your vision of the perfect event.» Over 9,100 square feet» Access to lighting grid in main studio» Ample FREE parking» Centrally located Reserve now and get 10% off Come tour our spaces and make your event what you want at WGBH. Mention this ad and receive 10% off the facility fee. For more information visit wgbh.org/facilityrental Or contact Sandy Chin, Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 17

20 Accountability in Oakland With American policing under the microscope, The Force offers a mesmerizing look inside the troubled Oakland Police Department as it struggles with federal demands for reform, an uprising following events in Ferguson, Missouri, and an explosive sex scandal. This cinema vérité film spotlights Oakland s new police chief, hailed as a reformer, who is brought in to make big changes at the very moment the Black Lives Matter movement emerges to demand police accountability and racial justice across the nation. Independent Lens/ The Force Mon, 1/ at 9pm on WGBH Reconnecting after Tragedy Veteran newswoman Ann Curry explores some of history s most dramatic events from across the globe through the personal stories of those who experienced them. This new six-part series brings together people whose lives intersected at pivotal moments. Hear about a Vietnam War baby who searches for the father she last saw 40 years ago and a military chaplain who helped a stranger during the Sept. 11 attack. Curry narrates each dramatic story of people who have survived tragedies, found love and forged unbreakable new bonds. We ll Meet Again Tues, 1/3 at 8pm on WGBH 11:30 Martha Bakes Bakery- Style Cookies Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Oxnard, California California, Here We Come! 1pm Chef s Life Liver Lover Nature Arctic Wolf Pack (See 1/17 at 8pm) 1:30 Pati s Mexican Table 1pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Is Your Brain Male or Female? (See 1/18 at 9pm) 1:30 Lidia s Kitchen Weeknight Dinner Sausage crostini, penne rigate in vodka sauce and arugula salad with porcini mushrooms are prepared. pm Simply Ming Mathew Peters How to Find Love Online (See 1/18 at 10pm) :30 My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas The Lesvos Spirit Sardines roasted with a spritz of ouzo, and braised octopus and black olives are featured. 3pm America s Test Kitchen from Cook s Illustrated American Masters Lorraine Hansberry (See 1/19 at 9pm) 3:30 Cook s Country Southern Discoveries Test cook Bryan Roof shows how to make an authentic version of South Carolina smoked fresh ham. 4pm Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Japan Fried Chicken 4:30 Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac Machinery Tommy is excited to bring in the machinery every good woodworker needs for his or her shop. 5pm This Old House Hour PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 Greater Boston 6pm Finding Your Roots Black Like Me (See 1/16 at 8pm) Globe Trekker Tough Trains: Vietnam 7pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two (See 1/14 at 9pm) Finding Your Roots Black Like Me (See 1/16 at 8pm) 8pm Nova Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia Istanbul s Ancient Mystery (See 1/17 at 9pm) 9pm The Great British Baking Show Victorian Watch a full In Search of Security In a follow-up to its December 016 program Exodus, Frontline traces the stories of the refugees who have migrated across the globe over two years and asks how they have fared. The refugees stories detail their escape from war as well as their persecution and hardship as countries become less welcoming to those seeking refuge. Frontline/Exodus: The Journey Continues Tues, 1/3 at 9pm on WGBH SIMPLIFIEDLIVES SM ADVERTISEMENT 18 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

21 episode devoted to the Victorian Age, which gave birth to modern baking. American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park (See 1/16 at 9pm) 10pm Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour Two Independent Lens I Am Not Your Negro (d) (See 1/15 at 9pm) 11pm Basic Black 11:30 Stories from the Stage (*) Bluegrass Underground Chris Robinson Brotherhood Sunday 1 6am Second Opinion Psychosis 6:30 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 7am Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 7:30 TBD 8am Greater Boston 8:30 Basic Black 9am Washington Week 10am The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations Mary Barra 10:30 MotorWeek 11am Open Studio with Jared Bowen Theater Talk (*) 11:30 Rick Steves Europe The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam Open Studio with Jared Bowen 1pm Samantha Brown s Places to Love The Great British Baking Show Sweet Dough (See 1/1 at 7pm) 1:30 Start Up Juice Messenger Local juicery is a superfood kitchen that makes organic coldpressed juice and healthy cuisine. 1pm Is Your Brain Male or Female? (See 1/18 at 9pm) Lidia s Kitchen Weeknight Dinner 1:30 Simply Ming Mathew Peters pm American Experience The Secret of Tuxedo Park (See 1/16 at 9pm) Christopher Kimball s Milk Street Television Japan Fried Chicken :30 Weekends with Yankee Buried Treasure Lobsterman and photographer Joel Woods captures intimate portraits of life aboard a lobster boat. 3pm Nova Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia Istanbul s Ancient Mystery (See 1/17 at 9pm) Dream of Italy Umbria 3:30 Roadtrip Nation Many Paths A NASA rocket engine test facility and women who are launching America into space are featured. 4pm Nature Arctic Wolf Pack (See 1/17 at 8pm) Stories from the Stage (*) 4:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter Ian Brennan and the Democratization of Music 5pm Windows to the Wild The Oldest Thru-Hiker PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 Rick Steves Europe Berlin Open Studio with Jared Bowen 6pm Windows to the Wild The Oldest Thru-Hiker Murphy s Romance 6:30 Stories from the Stage (*) 7pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two (See 1/14 at 9pm) 8pm Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour Two 9pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two American Masters Lorraine Hansberry (See 1/19 at 9pm) 11pm Finding Your Roots Black Like Me (See 1/16 at 8pm) Live from the Artists Den Fleet Foxes Celebrate the release of Fleet Foxes new album Crack-Up, with a special performance at the Knockdown Center in Queens, New York. Monday 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Pastry 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Germany s Dresden and Leipzig 8pm Antiques Roadshow Harrisburg, Hour Three Midsomer Murders Blood Wedding (Pt. 1) Join the Great Blue Hill Society Naming WGBH in your will or trust, as a beneficiary of a retirement account or through a gift that provides income for life, qualifies you for membership in the Great Blue Hill Society. We can help tailor a gift plan that is best for you, your family and your charitable goals. If you have included WGBH in your plans already, let us know. Please contact Julie Hallowell in the Office of Gift Planning and Endowment at or Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 19

22 Barnaby is torn between work and family obligations when the maid of honor at a high-society wedding is murdered just days before his own daughter s nuptials. 9pm Independent Lens The Force See Accountability in Oakland, page 18 Luther A chance encounter means Luther might be on the verge of finding love. But nothing comes easily not when a fetish killer is on the hunt. 10pm Shetland Episode Three The murder investigation takes Perez and Tosh to Glasgow as they try to uncover the reasons behind Maguire s brutal death and his connection to Robbie Morton. But old ghosts return to haunt Perez as his enemies try to prevent him from getting to the truth. 10:30 Ribbon of Sand View the wild beaches of North Carolina s Cape Lookout, a bar of sand 60 miles long with no roads, no bridges and no hotels. Meryl Streep reads excerpts from Rachel Carson s writings. 11pm PBS NewsHour Tuesday 3 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Victorian (See 1/0 at 9pm) 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Germany s Frankfurt and Nurnberg 8pm We ll Meet Again Children of WWII See Reconnecting after Tragedy, page 18 Goering s Last Secret Learn the remarkable story of Albert Göring (Goering), the brother of Hitler s henchman Hermann Goering, who traded on his brother s Spies in the Court The long reign of Queen Elizabeth I had a bumpy start, with challenges to her rule that left her vulnerable. During this unstable and violent time in Britain s history, Her Royal Highness needed help from her loyal support staff to keep her safe. The solution? The world s first secret service. Through its early efforts at intelligence-gathering, the queen s network of spies exposed a number of plots aimed at disrupting the monarchy. Watch historians dissect the minds and motivations of key players who had a role in establishing this royal covert operation. Queen Elizabeth s Secret Agents Sun, 1/8 at 10pm WGBH Wild Visuals What do wild animals do when humans aren t watching? Witness the secret lives of nature s most curious creatures like never before. This mini-series uncovers astonishing behavior using rugged miniaturized technology for a view of nature that had been previously off limits. See areas of the animal kingdom where cinematographers can t go and where the subjects become the ones calling the shots. Nature/Animals with Cameras Wed, 1/31 at 8pm on WGBH name and made it his mission to rescue people from the tyranny of the Nazis. 9pm Frontline Exodus: The Journey Continues See In Search of Security, page 18 Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two 11pm PBS NewsHour Wednesday 4 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Patisserie 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Bulgaria 8pm Nature Animal Misfits Alongside the fastest and strongest animals are nature s misfits the odd, bizarre creatures that seem ill-equipped for survival. Yet, somehow, they manage to cling to life and, in some cases, even thrive. (d) Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Four An apparent suicide leads Sidney to perform an exorcism. Gary goes on trial. Leonard bets on a longshot. Amanda confronts her lost love. (d) 9pm Nova Petra Lost City of Stone More than,000 years ago, the thriving city of Petra rose up in the bone-dry desert of what is now Jordan. But following a catastrophic earthquake and a slump in its trade routes, Petra s unique culture was lost to most of the world for nearly 1,000 years. Now, in a daring experiment, an archaeologist and sculptors team up to find out how the ancient people of Petra built their city of stone. Death in Paradise The Perfect Murder As Saint Marie celebrates getting through to the finals of the Inter-Island Volleyball Championships, DI Goodman and the team are under pressure to solve the murder of a player. 10pm Secrets of the Dead Scanning the Pyramids Goering s Last Secret (See 1/3 at 8pm) 11pm PBS NewsHour Thursday 5 6pm PBS NewsHour BROWN Pre-College Experience College This Summer Students in Grades 7-1 Prepare for College Success with: n Challenging Ivy League Academics n The Independence of College Life n Exceptional Students from Around the 300+ Credit and Non- Credit Course Options Online Courses Liberal and Creative Arts Location-Based Programs Leadership STEM Programs Also Available: Sports Camps ADVERTISEMENT 0 Full schedules: wgbh.org Now get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

23 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Chocolate 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Romania 8pm This Old House Hour Father Brown The Owl of Minerva Father Brown is stunned to realize that the man in the confessional is Inspector Sullivan, and he s wanted for murder. 9pm Member Favorites (*) Agatha Raisin The Wellspring of Death A village-wide squabble over the selling of water rights results in the death of Parish Council Chairman Robert Struthers. On a PR job for the water company, Agatha tries to put the matter out of her mind. But as the body count rises, she finds herself drawn into the fray. 10pm Cambridge Spies 11pm PBS NewsHour 6pm 7pm Friday 6 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show The Final 7:30 Basic Black 8pm Member Favorites (*) Washington Week 8:30 Greater Boston 9pm Frontline 11pm PBS NewsHour Saturday 7 11am Member Favorites (*) Member Favorites (*) 10pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two 11pm Bluegrass Underground Russell Moore and Iiird Tyme Out Hear a Georgia-born, internationally acclaimed band that defines the drive and precision of top-shelf bluegrass. 11:30 Music Voyager Peru: Contemporary Lima Sunday 8 6am Second Opinion ADHD In Adults 6:30 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 7am Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 7:30 TBD 8am Greater Boston 8:30 Basic Black 9am Washington Week 10am The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations Kenneth Chenault 10:30 MotorWeek 11am Member Favorites (*) Stories from the Stage (*) 11:30 Member Favorites (*) 6:30 Stories from the Stage (*) 7pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two 9pm Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two 10pm Queen Elizabeth s Secret Agents See Spies in the Court, page 0 Following the Sun On March 9, 015, Solar Impulse II took off from Abu Dhabi as the first solar-powered airplane to fly around the world. Twelve years in the making, the ambitious trip was far from a sure bet. Follow intrepid pilots Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg on their hair-raising adventure that pushed the boundaries of human flight and renewable energy. In this documentary, Nova offers unique access to the greatest aviation undertaking of our time. Nova/Solar Impulse: The Impossible Flight Wed, 1/31 at 9pm on WGBH TRIAL BY FIRE: JOAN OF ARC AND THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR The trial by fire continues... HONEGGER JEANNE D ARC AU BÛCHER FEBRUARY 17, 018 AT SANDERS THEATRE IN COLLABORATION WITH HARVARD-RADCLIFFE COLLEGIUM MUSICUM ADVERTISEMENT VERDI GIOVANNA D ARCO APRIL 5 + 7, 018 AT THE HUNTINGTON AVENUE THEATRE BUY TICKETS BY CALLING OR VISIT ODYSSEYOPERA.ORG Find your favorite British dramas on WGBX 1

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Shetland Episode Four Perez and his team are determined to track down the person who helped Michael Thompson s killer on Shetland. But the closer the team gets to the truth in both Shetland and Glasgow, the more dangerous it becomes for all of them. 11pm PBS NewsHour Tuesday 30 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Masterclass Two 7:30 Rick Steves Europe Siena and Tuscany s Wine Country Rick enjoys a front-row seat at Siena s bareback horse race, the venerable Palio, then heads into wine country for a little dolce vita under the Tuscan sun. 8pm We ll Meet Again Rescued for Mount St. Helens Join Ann Curry as Mindy searches for a scientist s family to tell them how he saved her life, and Sue wants to find the helicopter pilot who rescued her from near-certain death. Secrets of Henry VIII s Palace Scratch beneath the brick and stone to unveil an abundance of art and stories that bring to life Hampton Court, a true palace of pleasure. 9pm American Experience Triangle Fire In 1911, a fire broke out in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York s Greenwich Village. Petrified workers desperately tried to make their way downstairs, but the factory owners kept the doors on the ninth floor locked. By the time the fire had burned itself out, 146 people were dead. It took the tragedy of the fire and the ensuing public outrage to force government action. The landmark legislation that followed gave New Yorkers the most comprehensive workplace safety laws in the country. (d) Masterpiece Victoria, Season Two 10pm Frontline North Korea s Deadly Dictator Queen Elizabeth s Secret Agents (See 1/8 at 10pm) 11pm PBS NewsHour Wednesday 31 6pm PBS NewsHour 7pm Greater Boston The Great British Baking Show Masterclass Three 7:30 Rick Steves Europe West England 8pm Nature Animals with Cameras See Wild Visuals, page 0 Masterpiece Grantchester Season Two, Episode Five Will Gary go to the gallows? Will Geordie go to prison? The case of a suspicious death takes a surprising turn. (d) 9pm Nova Solar Impulse: The Impossible Flight See Following the Sun, page 1 Death in Paradise She Was Murdered Twice DI Goodman is embroiled in the cut-throat world of corporate team building when an entrepreneur is killed, but a surprise revelation from one of the suspects threatens to derail the investigation. 10pm Death in Paradise Unlike Father, Unlike Son When a prisoner is killed in their custody, DI Goodman and the team are under pressure to solve the case quickly. 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28 89.7 WGBH, Boston s Local NPR Bourdain Dishes to Boston Public Radio Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, host of CNN s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, pivots from exotic fare to handcrafted wares in a new series he discussed at the WGBH Studio in the Boston Public Library. Margery Eagan and Jim Braude, co-hosts of Boston Public Radio, interviewed Bourdain about his upcoming web show, Raw Craft with Anthony Bourdain, which features artisans who make goods the old-fashioned way. It s a series that highlights people who have decided, for whatever reason, to make things the old, long, extremely difficult, minimally profitable if profitable at all way, Bourdain said. He described these artisans as, people who hold themselves to an almost medieval standard of excellence. In one episode, Bourdain visits a company in Southbridge, Massachusetts, that makes handcrafted drums for the rock band, Green Day. Shifting gears in front of the live studio audience watching from the Newsfeed Café, Bourdain dished about his experience dining with President Obama at a small family-owned restaurant in Vietnam. He also recalled some of the unusual foods he has tried during his travels around the world, from raw seal eyeballs ( I ve eaten better things. ) to cobra heart ( It s like an oyster, but peppier. ). At the end of the conversation, Braude asked about the old adage, You are what you eat, to which Bourdain replied: I ve never had any kind of serious or close relationship with anyone who eats their steak well done. Listen to the full interview with Bourdain at wgbhnews.org. Eric in the Evening Remembering his Words with Music Hear the inspirational words of Martin Luther King Jr. in this annual tribute to the civil rights leader. Host Eric Jackson mixes speech excerpts with musical selections dedicated to the American icon and the ideas he championed. Tune in for a poignant remembrance of the man and the music that moved a nation. Sun, 1/14 at 9pm The Gangs of Nantucket For seven months, WGBH News Senior Investigative Reporter Phillip Martin researched and reported on a little-known issue in Massachusetts that has national resonance: An MS-13 and 18th Street gang presence on Nantucket. Martin s four-part series, The Gangs of Nantucket, follows the Mara Salvatrucha gang, best known as MS-13, based in El Salvador but now with roughly 10,000 members in the United States. Immigration officials in Massachusetts have arrested dozens of MS-13 and rival 18th Street gang members and deported them to El Salvador. Throughout his reporting, Martin interviewed key Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials, Nantucket residents, police, the ACLU, Salvadorans, the sheriff of Bristol County, immigration lawyers and others. The gang presence is real, said Martin. But as the title of the series suggests, not all is as it seems. The Gangs of Nantucket first aired during 89.7 WGBH s Morning Edition with host Joe Mathieu. Listen to all four parts of the series online at wgbhnews.org. What s on 89.7 WGBH Online: wgbhnews.org On-air: 89.7 HD1 Boston Monday Friday Saturday 5am Morning Edition/Marketplace Report 6am On the Media 10am The Takeaway 7am Wait Wait Don t Tell Me! 11am Boston Public Radio 8am Weekend Edition pm The Takeaway 10am The New Yorker Radio Hour 3pm PRI s The 11am Wait Wait Don t Tell Me! 4pm All Things Considered 1pm Innovation Hub 6pm Marketplace 1pm This American Life 6:30 All Things Considered pm Snap Judgment 7pm PBS NewsHour 3pm A Celtic Sojourn 8pm PRI s The 6pm Town Hall with Chris Thile 9pm Boston Public Radio (Mon Wed) 8pm Says You! Innovation Hub (Thu) Eric in the Evening (Fri) 9pm Eric in the Evening 10pm Boston Public Radio (Mon Wed) Radio Lab (Thu) Eric in the Evening (Fri) 1am Jazz 4/7 11pm Sound Opinions (Mon) Freakonomics Radio (Tue) Bullseye (Wed) TED Radio Hour (Thu) Eric in the Evening (Fri) 1am Public Radio Remix (Mon Thu) Jazz 4/7 (Fri) Sunday 6am On Being 7am The New Yorker Radio Hour 8am Weekend Edition 10am Studio am Wait Wait Don t Tell Me! 1pm Living Lab Radio 1pm Reveal pm The Moth 3pm Milk Street Radio 4pm Travel with Rick Steves 5pm All Things Considered 6pm Under the Radar with Callie Crossley 7pm Selected Shorts 8pm Arts & Ideas 9pm Eric in the Evening 1am Public Radio Remix 6 Full Schedules, schedules: program wgbh.org info, playlists: Now get wgbhnews.org Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

29 99.5 WCRB Another New Year, Another Beginning By Anthony Rudel, 99.5 WCRB Station Manager Happy New Year! Let s begin by wishing every one of the WCRB listeners a year filled with the beauty of the music we get to play each and every day on 99.5 WCRB Classical Radio Boston. And, let s celebrate the simple fact that WCRB is programmed, produced and hosted right here in Boston, for this region of the country. As we begin another year, the WCRB team is focused on bringing you the best radio and digital experience possible, with that special focus on the vibrant music scene all around us. Central to that are the two programs that anchor our weekend evenings: The live Boston Symphony Orchestra broadcasts with Ron Della Chiesa (Saturdays at 8pm), and WCRB In Concert (Sundays at 7pm), a kaleidoscope of the best of the many great concerts that take place in the area, recorded live and turned into interesting radio programs, hosted by the WCRB team. A complete listing of these two series is below. And don t forget our annual visit with the Boston Children s Chorus, led by Anthony Trecek-King, and their amazing concert celebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. This year, hear it on Sunday, Jan. 14 it s sure to inspire you. The year 018 marks the centennial of the birth of Lawrence native Leonard Bernstein. Few musicians have ever had an equivalent impact. His amazing legacy and contribution to society still resonates loudly today, more than 5 years after his death. Throughout the year, WCRB will reflect Maestro Bernstein s output in the music we play throughout the day, in the many BSO performances that will include his music, and in some of the WCRB In Concert episodes. Stay tuned this is a centennial that you ll want to savor. Have a great year! May it bring you all the great music and peace you desire. BSO Broadcasts: Saturday, Jan. 6 (encore Monday, Jan. 15) François-Xavier Roth, conductor Benjamin Grosvenor, piano Méhul Overture to The Amazons Mozart Piano Concerto No. 1 Beethoven Symphony No. 5 Saturday, Jan. 13 (encore Monday, Jan. ) François-Xavier Roth, conductor Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano Webern Passacaglia Bartók Piano Concerto No. 1 Stravinsky The Firebird What s on 99.5 WCRB 5am 9am pm 7pm Monday Friday Classical Music with Laura Carlo Classical Music with Cathy Fuller Classical Music with Chris Voss Classical Music with Alan McLellan 8pm BSO Encore (Mon) The Symphony at 8 (Tue Fri) Saturday, Jan. 0 (encore Monday, Jan. 9) Andris Nelsons, conductor Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano Women of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and Boston Symphony Orchestra Children s Choir Mahler Symphony No. 3 Saturday, Jan. 7 Thomas Adès, conductor Augustin Hadelich, violin Beethoven Symphony No. 8 Ligeti Violin Concerto Adès Suite from Powder Her Face Stravinskwy Divertimento from The Fairy s Kiss Online: classicalwcrb.org BSO Concert, Boston Early Music, and Bach streams On-air: 99.5 Boston-NH 89.7 HD Boston 96.3 Beacon Hill 88.7 Providence 90.1 HD Cape and Islands 6am 11am 4pm 7pm 8pm 10pm Saturday In Concert: Sunday, Jan. 7 Susan Graham, mezzo-soprano Bradley Moore piano Presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston Frauenliebe und -leben Variations Sunday, Jan. 14 Boston Children s Chorus, Anthony Trecek-King, conductor A tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday, Jan. 1 Handel and Haydn Society Chorus Classical Music with Tyler Alderson Classical Music with Larry King Classical Music with Roger Pierce Classical Music with Alan McLellan Boston Symphony Orchestra Classical Music with Alan McLellan 5am 6am 7am 1pm 4pm 7pm 9pm and Orchestra, Masaaki Suzuki, conductor Joélle Harvey, soprano Adriana Zabala, mezzo-soprano Tom Randle, tenor Dashon Burton, bass-baritone Haydn Symphony No. 104, London Beethoven Symphony No. 9, Choral Sunday, Jan. 8 Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, conductor Kiera Duffy, soprano Jennifer Rivera, mezzo-soprano David Daniels, countertenor Aaron Sheehan, tenor Jesse Blumberg, baritone Bach Mass in B minor Sunday Pipedreams The Bach Hour with Brian McCreath Boston Sunday Brunch Classical Music with Larry King Classical Music with Roger Pierce In Concert Voices Schedules, program info, playlists: classicalwcrb.org 7

30 WCAI, Cape and Islands NPR Station WCAI Pub Nights with a Twist Returns! By Beth Liles, WCAI Development Manager Need to get out of the house this winter? Join WCAI for another season of its monthly meet and greet, Pub Nights with a Twist, starting this month and running through April. Held at various restaurants and pubs throughout the Cape, Coast and Islands, Pub Nights are a fun way for WCAI enthusiasts listeners and supporters to spend an evening mingling with station staff, reporters and on-air hosts. The tradition began in 004 as a way to connect NPR listeners and WCAI staff during the slow winter months. Over the years, the events have only gotten bigger and better! Last year s highly popular Pub Nights with a Twist used themes related to WCAI s Living Lab, Poetry Sunday, Bird News and Local Food Report programming. Each night included a fun activity that highlighted one of WCAI s local shows, such as quizzes that challenged listeners to guess bird calls. On other nights, trivia, readings and a seed exchange helped get the conversation going. The 018 season will feature even more program-related content, plus plenty of time for socializing with fellow listeners and WCAI staff. Pub nights with a Twist are a unique and fun way to connect with our listeners and bring them closer to our mission and work, said Sarah Tribuzio, WCAI development director. Based on the positive feedback we received from listeners last year, we are excited to bring a fresh twist to our 018 lineup, she said. Stay tuned for details! New venues include Cape Cod Beer in Barnstable and O Shea s Olde Inne in West Dennis. Others will be announced soon. More information about WCAI s Pub Nights with a Twist, including an updated schedule, will be available on the events tab on WCAI s website. So, plan to come celebrate public radio with your friends and neighbors at the next Pub Night with a Twist! What s on WCAI Online: capeandislands.org On-air: 90.1 Martha s Vineyard, 91.1 Nantucket, 94.3 Brewster, 89.7 HD3 Boston Monday Friday 6am Morning Edition 9am The Point 10am 1A 1pm The Takeaway 1pm Fresh Air pm On the Media (Mon) The Moth (Tue) This American Life (Wed) Studio 360 (Thu) Science Friday (Fri) 3pm BBC News (Mon Thu) 4pm All Things Considered 6:30 Marketplace 7pm The Point 8pm The 9pm PBS NewsHour 10pm Fresh Air 11pm News from the BBC 11:30 Heart and Soul (Fri) 6am 7am 8am 10am 11am 1pm 1pm pm 3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm 8pm 9pm 10pm 1am Saturday BBC Update Living on Earth Weekend Edition Wait, Wait Don t Tell Me! This American Life The Moth Innovation Hub Splendid Table Hidden Brain On the Media Weekend All Things Considered Town Hall with Chris Thile Says You! Selected Shorts American Routes Afropop wide Sunday 6am Humankind 7am On Being 8am Weekend Edition 10am Wait, Wait Don t Tell Me! 11am A Way with Words 1pm Milk Street Kitchen 1pm Radio Lab pm Snap Judgment 3pm The New Yorker Radio Hour 4pm Studio 360 5pm Weekend All Things Considered 6pm This American Life 7pm Arts & Ideas 11pm Reveal 1am Le Show with Harry Shearer Editor Christine Casatelli Contributors Ron Bachman, Mary Crotty, Ellen London, Andrea Morris, Nomi Sofer, Anthony Rudel, Mindy Todd Designers Tong-Mei Chan, Bill Miller Photo Research Leah Weisse Associate Creative Director Alison Kennedy Director of Communications Catherine Burke Explore!, January 018: Volume 8, Number 1, (ISSN ) (USPS ). Copyright 017. WGBH Educational Foundation. One Guest Street, Boston, MA All rights reserved. Explore! is published monthly by the WGBH Educational Foundation. Subscription is by membership contribution of $50 or more to WGBH. Preferred periodicals postage paid at Boston, MA, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Explore!, WGBH, One Guest Street, Boston, MA Printed in Canada. 8 Schedules, Full schedules: program wgbh.org info, playlists: Now capeandislands.org get Explore! anytime on any device: explore.wgbh.org

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