Highlights June 13 to June 19

Posted on June 10, 2022

Monday, June 13th

Discover Green Bay treasures including a Belle Epoque diamond necklace from about 1915, 1952 and 1954 baseball cards, and Cheyenne cradleboard made around 1895. Watch to learn which is the top find of the hour! Antiques Roadshow Green Bay, Hour Three at 7:00 pm Monday.

Experience ROADSHOW history when, for the first time, cameras roll indoors and outdoors! At Rosecliff mansion, see a diamond pin sway in the breeze, a Rohmer doll valued on the patio, and Tiffany vases stun an appraiser in the lavish ballroom. Antiques Roadshow Newport, Hour One at 8:00 pm Monday.

Go inside the lives of four surrogates in Boise, Idaho and the intended parents whose children they carry. Follows the women as they navigate the rigors of pregnancy and the mixed feelings of their own families, who struggle to understand. Independent Lens Made In Boise at 9:00 pm Monday.

Tuesday, June 14th

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. reveals the unexpected family trees of entertainer Queen Latifah and actor Jeffrey Wright, redefining their sense of the black experience -- and challenging preconceptions about America's past. Finding Your Roots This Land Is My Land at 7:00 pm Tuesday.

Explore the life and career of the singer, songwriter and co-founder of The Beach Boys. The film traces the legendary performer’s journey of reflection on a drive through Los Angeles with his longtime friend and Rolling Stone editor Jason Fine. The principal originator of the “California sound,” musician, singer, songwriter, record producer and co-founder of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson is known for his novel approach to composition and recording and is widely acknowledged as one of the most innovative and significant musicians of the 20th century. American Masters Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road at 8:00 pm Tuesday.

Artists and creators push the boundaries of their own art forms; comic Ziwe, Grammy Award-winner Arooj Aftab and André De Shields. Beyond The Canvas Art, Innovated at 9:30 pm Tuesday.

Follow queer actor Dyllon Burnside on a journey across the South to meet diverse members of the LGBTQ community. From a lesbian rodeo champ in Texas to an African American mayor ally in Alabama, he discovers how LGBTQ Americans are finding ways to live authentically and with Pride in the modern South. Prideland at 10:00 pm Tuesday.

Wednesday, June 15th

Florida is home to beaches, coral reefs, pine forests and the famous Everglades wetland, but a growing human population and abandoned exotic pets like pythons are threatening this wild paradise. Can Florida's ecosystems continue to weather the storm? Nature Wild Florida at 7:00 pm Wednesday.

Following a trail of fossils found in all the wrong places -- beech trees in Antarctica, redwoods and hippo-like mammals in the Arctic -- uncover the bizarre history of the poles, from miles-thick ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life. Nova Polar Extremes at 8:00 pm Wednesday.

Thursday, June 16th

Celebrating 10 years of Overheard, hear from top authors who have been on the show. Overheard with Evan Smith Ten Years of Overheard: Authors at 7:02 pm Thursday.

Kelly Corrigan talks with broadcast journalist, Robin Roberts. Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Robin Roberts at 7:30 pm Thursday.

Chet gets wet on a lake just outside of Austin, exploring everything from its swimming areas to its restaurants. He tries his hand at wake surfing and then dines at the Oasis which is known as the "Sunset Capital of Texas." Daytripper Lake Travis, TX at 8:00 pm Thursday.

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 Send in the Clowns, Parts 1 & 2 at 8:30 pm Thursday.

The body of 11-year-old Danny Latimer is found on the beach in Broadchurch. Local police officers DI Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and DS Ellie Miller (Olivia Colman) are called to investigate a case that will change the town forever. Broadchurch Episode 1 at 10:02 pm Thursday.

Friday, June 17th

From artists who helped shape early Hollywood to the male/female impersonators in the "pansy clubs", early Hollywood becomes a Queer destination for people wanting a new life. Early LGBTQ culture and community begins to take shape just as the post WW2 era sparks widespread criminalization. L.A.: A Queer History Culture & Criminalization at 8:00 pm Friday.

Despite adversity, gay and lesbian organizing begins. Publications, protests and uprisings spring up, leading to the country's first Pride Parade, LGBTQ Social Services, the first "Gay City" and an eventual national Civil Rights Movement. L.A.: A Queer History Protests & Parades at 9:00 pm Friday.

Saturday, June 18th

Eric Hanson explores the stunning backpacking trails around Mount Taranaki and Mount Hikurangi on New Zealand's North Island. Epic Trails New Zealand at 6:00 pm Saturday.

Enjoy an hour with singer/songwriter and powerhouse vocalist Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, making her ACL solo debut. She performs songs from her Grammy-nominated album Jaime. Austin City Limits Brittany Howard at 7:00 pm Saturday.

When a seemingly simple kidnapping ends in murder, Neville and the team must work out what went wrong and how someone ended up dead. Death In Paradise at at 8:05 pm Saturday.

Sunday, June 19th

Enjoy baritone Quinn Kelsey in the title role of Verdi's timeless tragedy reset in 1920s Europe by Tony-winning director Bartlett Sher. Maestro Daniele Rustioni conducts with soprano Rosa Feola as Gilda and tenor Piotr Beczala as the Duke of Mantua. Great Performances at the Met Rigoletto at 12:30 pm Sunday.

African American opportunities appeared in the frontier west after the Civil War. Black cowboys permeated the land. Buffalo soldiers were recruited to take up the Indian Wars. And a Black Seminole tribe chose freedom over oppression. Juneteenth Jamboree Soldiers, Cowboys, and Indians at 3:00 pm Sunday.

Our show illuminates the significance of the Juneteenth holiday and shares stories about black culture and history. Join us for a look back at some of our highlights from past episodes. Juneteenth Jamboree: A Retrospective at 3:30 pm Sunday.

With the Galveston landing of U.S. Army Gen. Gordon Granger in 1865, slavery in Texas ended. African bondsmen became freedmen, and women and children likewise became African Americans. Many left the plantations to join freedom colonies; others sought out opportunities in cities and towns. Today, the consequences of gentrification and rising property values challenge new generations. Juneteenth Jamboree From A Free Place to Displace at 6:00 pm Sunday.

Rose and her mother arrive at the hotel to evaluate a prospective marriage with Lucian, the war veteran son of the hotel's proprietors. Lucian's mother, Bella, finds herself vulnerable to extortion from a local politician. Hotel Portofino First Impressions at 7:00 pm Sunday.

An explosive murder at an Oxford college has potentially far-reaching political ramifications. Meanwhile, Endeavour is tasked with guarding the life of a beloved football team's star striker. Endeavour On Masterpiece Season 8: Striker at 8:00 pm Sunday.

A year has passed since The Hour was unceremoniously taken off air. Freddie has been fired, while Bel fought to stay - now all eyes are on the new Head of News, Randall Brown, as a force for change. The Hour Welcome Back at 10:00 pm Sunday.