Highlights February 6 to February 12

Posted on February 3, 2023

Monday, February 6

It's antique treasures galore at Santa Fe's Museum Hill with finds including Green Bay Packers salesman's sample championship rings, Barbie dolls & wardrobe, ca. 1960 and a 1977 Keith Haring Bean Salad lithograph. Which is up to $200,000? Antiques Roadshow Santa Fe's Museum Hill, Hour 3 at 7:00 pm.

Celebrate Black History Month anytime with a special hour that spotlights and celebrates Black Americana, including an 1821 U.S. citizenship certificate, a Madam C.J. Walker beauty book, and a visit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Antiques Roadshow Celebrating Black Americana at 8:00 pm.

A co-production with Black Public Media (BPM), "Outta the Muck" wades into the rich soil of Pahokee, a rural Florida town. Beyond sending over a dozen players to the NFL, Pahokee, a rural town on the banks of Lake Okeechobee, possesses a legacy of resilience and achievement in the face of great storms and personal trauma. Independent Lens Outta The Muck at 9:00 pm.

In 2019, the Black College Football Hall of Fame was officially welcomed to the campus of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Along with it came a celebration of the historically Black college and university brand of football. BLACK COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME: JOURNEY TO CANTON tells the story of the formation of Black college football, the contributions that players from historically Black colleges and universities have made to the NFL, the founding of its Hall of Fame, and why the Hall is in the unexpected location of Canton. Black College Football Hall of Fame: Journey to Canton at 10:30 pm.

Tuesday, February 7

Henry Louis Gates uses DNA detective work to solve family mysteries for actor Joe Manganiello and football star Tony Gonzalez-uncovering close relatives whose names they've never heard and compelling each man to rethink his own identity. Finding Your Roots Family: Lost and Found at 7:00 pm.

The live coverage will include the president’s speech, the Republican response, and analysis from the PBS NewsHour team. PBS NewsHour coverage of the State of the Union at 8:00 pm.

A poor, Mississippi sharecropper escapes debilitating abuse to become an indomitable force against the political elite and a voice for millions fighting for the right to vote in 1964. This Little Light of Mine: The Legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer at 10:00 pm.

Odessa Madre, nicknamed Queen of the Underworld, was a prosperous numbers runner and a key figure in a lucrative gambling ring in Washington, D.C. in the 1950s. Leading the paper chase gave her prestige within the mob, power in her neighborhood, and control over the men charged with enforcing the law - all while being an African American woman in a segregated city. Odessa's Reign at 10:30 pm.

Wednesday, February 8

Meet the many species of the wild dog family, from the formidable Arctic wolf to the talkative Dhole, from the tiny Fennec fox to the long-legged Maned wolf. Dogs in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries Meet The Family at 7:00 pm.

A visionary astronomer in West Africa attempts a high-stakes observation of a distant asteroid vital to a NASA mission. From prehistoric ruins to Islamic skywatchers, explore the heritage and future of African astronomy. NOVA Star Chasers of Senegal at 8:00 pm.

Follow a team of forensic experts as they investigate the preserved remains of a young African American woman from 19th century New York and reveal the little-known story of early America's free black communities. Secrets of the Dead The Woman in the Iron Coffin at 9:00 pm.

Legendary alternative rock pioneers Pavement deliver modern rock highlights in a career-spanning hour. The veteran California band mark their thirtieth anniversary with a rare television performance. Austin City Limits Pavement at 10:00 pm.

Thursday, February 9

Now on their own, the six families work hard on homework assigned by their coaches. They also use The Opportunity Finder to identify help from nonprofits in their communities. Opportunity Knock$ Finding New Opportunitie$ at 7:00 pm.

Kelly Corrigan sits down with journalist, author, and producer Katie Couric to talk about her legacy as a reporter and the democratization of news and media literacy in a post-truth era. She also talks about her media company and herbook, “Going There.” Katie recalls memorable stories from her career and explains how she became a cancer activist after her husband’s death. Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Katie Couric at 7:30 pm.

Chet visits the 3 branches of Texas government with a behind-the-scenes tour of the capitol complex, the governor's mansion,and the Texas Supreme Court. Daytripper Texas Capitol, TX at 8:00 pm.

Barnaby and wife Sarah are in attendance at a family friend's wedding when the bride disappears during the reception, revealing a murderer's penchant for newlyweds. Midsomer Murders Till Death Do Us Part, 1 & 2 at 8:29 pm.

The newsroom strategizes about how to address the Suez crisis, in spite of the gag rule on covering topics up for Parliamentary debate. Clarence urges Freddie to drop his Elms investigation, but Freddie has a surprise interview up his sleeve that will make for a highly controversial episode. The Hour Truth Will Out at 10:01 pm.

Friday, February 10

Odessa Madre, nicknamed Queen of the Underworld, was a prosperous numbers runner and a key figure in a lucrative gambling ring in Washington, D.C. in the 1950s. Leading the paper chase gave her prestige within the mob, power in her neighborhood, and control over the men charged with enforcing the law - all while being an African American woman in a segregated city. Odessa's Reign at 7:30 pm.

There are few historical figures whose life and work speak to the current moment more than Ida B. Wells, the 19th-century crusading investigative journalist, civil rights leader, and passionate suffragist. In the wake of her recent posthumous Pulitzer Prize citation, Chicago street naming, and the release of a revealing new biography by her great-granddaughter Michelle Duster, the hour-long documentary IDA B. WELLS: AMERICAN STORIES tells her story as never before. Ida B. Wells: American Stories at 8:00 pm.

Narrated by Phylicia Rashad, ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA: A LEGACY OF SERVICE, documents the 115-year history of one of the nation's oldest African American women's organizations. Since its founding at Howard University in 1908, the members of Alpha Kappa Alpha have empowered communities across the globe. Beginning with their Depression era Mississippi Health Project, Alpha Kappa Alpha has facilitated national and international service initiatives for those in need. This legacy of striving for the common good has not always been easy but collectively the sisterhood endures. With over 1,000 chapters and 300,000 members worldwide, the organization is well-positioned for the future. Alpha Kappa Alpha: A Legacy of Service at 9:00 pm.

Legendary alternative rock pioneers Pavement deliver modern rock highlights in a career-spanning hour. The veteran California band mark their thirtieth anniversary with a rare television performance. Austin City Limits Pavement at 10:00 pm.

Saturday, February 11

Talks focused on the stigmas, struggles and familiar narratives people of color face today. Bavu Blakes on education and the changes ahead. Angele Cooper on mental health stigmas in the Black community. Dr. Kevin Michael Foster on Blackademics future. Blackademics Television Blakes/Cooper/Foster at 6:00 pm.

Country superstar Maren Morris showcases gems from her Grammy-nominated album Humble Quest alongside chart-topping hits in a career-spanning hour. Austin City Limits Maren Morris at 7:00 pm.

Gerald Firth beseeches Father Brown to speak on his behalf at his parole hearing. Father Brown secures his release but is shocked when Gerald returns to rejoin The Church of Apollo now run by his disciple Tobias. Tobias' partner, Thelma, is unhappy to have Kalon back as she remembers Kalon's past actions with the girls of the church and she has a daughter, Clara. When Thelma is found dead in Kalon's locked room Inspector Mallory arrests Firth. Father Brown believes Firth is innocent even though Clara had written to him in prison, and delves into the various relationships at the church - but to solve the crime,he has to fish in murky waters. Father Brown The Children of Kalon at 7:59 pm.

Sister Reginald's ex-con brother Alfie abruptly shows up at the convent after being released from jail. With nowhere to go, the sisters agree to let him stay. But when a well-known artist is found murdered, Alfie begins to look like the prime suspect. Sister Boniface Mysteries My Brother’s Keeper at 8:45 pm.

Poirot relates the story to Hastings of why fourteen thousand shares in Burma Mines Ltd were given to him for services rendered. The lead-silver mines were originally worked only for silver by the Chinese in the fifteenth century. The lead remained and became valuable. The mine's location was lost; the only clue to its location is in old papers in the hands of a Chinese family who sent Wu Ling to negotiate a sale of the papers. He traveled to London to complete the transaction. After booking into the Hotel Russell Square, he telephoned the buyers to say that he would see them the next day. After he failed to appear at the meeting Wu Ling's body was found floating in the Thames. Poirot was asked to investigate. Agatha Christie's Poirot The Lost Mine at 9:30 pm.

Eliza is on the verge of earning life-changing money when she offers to help the heir to an unclaimed fortune. It's a race against time and Eliza will need the Duke's help, but a revelation about his personal life makes working together impossible. Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece The Heir at 10:25 pm.

It's 1908 and the magical new world of cinema has captured the imagination of the Viennese public. When tragedy strikes at a film premiere, Max and Oskar investigate the murder of a famous actress, a former patient at Max's hospital. Vienna Blood Death Is Now A Welcome Guest Part 1 at 11:25 pm.

Sunday, February 12

Samantha visits Savannah and stops by to see the beautiful artwork of Amelia Jamerson, at her quaint gallery. She visits Congregation Mickve Israel to learn about its deep roots in Georgia. Samantha discovers the achievements of the Historic Savannah Foundation in saving the city's most revered buildings. At the Wyld Dock Bar, Samanth learns how to forge an oyster shucker out of a railroad spike. Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Savannah, Georgia at 11:30 am.

Rabbi Ellen and her husband Jeffrey are soon to be empty nesters and need help downsizing their home. Matt helps them sort through an attic full of memories while trying to locate cherished items that belonged to family members who survived the Nazi occupation of Europe. Matt and the Legacy List team are deeply moved by their story of resistance. Legacy List with Matt Paxton Attic Full of Memories (Atlanta, Ga) at 12:00 pm.

To survive economic disaster, hour three shows how African Americans relied on informal economies, grassroots organizations and cultural innovations behind the color line to dismantle the oppressive realities of Jim Crow. Making Black America: Through The Grapevine A Growing Resistance at 1:00 pm.

Despite the gains of legal desegregation, hour four reveals how Black political and cultural movements - from Black Power to Black Twitter - provide a safe space to debate, organize and celebrate. Making Black America: Through The Grapevine Life Beyond The Veil at 2:00 pm.

Historian Manisha Sinha discusses the historical significance of America’s evolution during the period of Reconstruction following the Civil War, which saw a transformation of the American nation from a slaveholding republic into an interracial democracy, all alongside the rise of industrial capitalism and the violent and ambitious conquest of the West. History with David Rubenstein Manisha Sinha at 6:00 pm.

The season comes to an explosive climax when Eliza receives a bomb in the mail. Who sent it and why? Eliza teams up with the Duke, Moses and her old enemy Patrick Nash to find out who is behind the deadly delivery. Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece The Jewel of the North at 7:00 pm.

As war comes in September 1939, everyone faces decisions small and large. Romance beckons for Tristan and Mrs. Hall. TB plagues Helen's farm. All Creatures Great and Small For Whom The Bell Tolls at 8:00 pm.

The search for the killer of a screen star confounds Max and Oskar. Was it an obsessive fan, a rival actress or an American politician pushing a pro-German, anti-immigrant, nationalist agenda in Austria? Vienna Blood Death Is Now A Welcome Guest Part 2 at 9:00 pm.

Carnival is approaching and everyone begins to prepare enthusiastically for the event at the Academy. Meanwhile, Teresa still doesn't know how to approach Roberta and Flavia is torn up over her pregnancy. La Otra Mirada Masquerade at 10:00 pm.