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Eagle Power

Up-close footage provides a look at the strength, eyesight and flying skills of an eagle, and reveals the danger and drama of chicks as they struggle to survive. (59 minutes)

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Sun, 6/20 at 3:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

Eagle Power

Up-close footage provides a look at the strength, eyesight and flying skills of an eagle, and reveals the danger and drama of chicks as they struggle to survive. (59 minutes)

Mon, 6/21 at 11:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Animal Espionage

Camera traps and drones offer an up-close look at animals without disturbing them, providing insight into the secret world of animals, including whales, tigers and giant armadillos. (60 minutes)

Wed, 6/23 at 11:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Lethal Seas

Researchers seek solutions to contain the rising acidity levels that are threatening the world's oceans. (60 minutes)

Fri, 6/25 at 11:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Animal Espionage

Camera traps and drones offer an up-close look at animals without disturbing them, providing insight into the secret world of animals, including whales, tigers and giant armadillos. (60 minutes)

Sun, 6/27 at 4:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

The Next Pompeii

Assessing the risk of a potential eruption of an ancient supervolcano under the Italian city of Naples. (60 minutes)

Wed, 6/30 at 12:00 pm on Austin PBS Create

Decoding COVID-19

Doctors strategize to stop the spread of COVID-19; researchers work toward finding treatments and vaccines; how the disease emerged, what it does to the human body, and how it became a pandemic. (60 minutes)

Wed, 6/30 at 8:00 pm on Austin PBS HDTV

First Horse Warriors

Canadian anthropologist Niobe Thompson travels to sites in Kazakhstan, genetics labs in Denmark and anthropology museums in Russia to unlock mysteries surrounding the first riders of wild horses. (60 minutes)

Thu, 7/1 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS HDTV

First Horse Warriors

Canadian anthropologist Niobe Thompson travels to sites in Kazakhstan, genetics labs in Denmark and anthropology museums in Russia to unlock mysteries surrounding the first riders of wild horses. (60 minutes)