Highlights May 9 to May 15
Posted on May 6, 2022
Monday, May 9th
Journey back in time through historical appraisals from the first hour at Colonial Williamsburg! Antiques Roadshow Colonial Williamsburg Hour 1 at 7:00 pm Monday.
Meet Roadshow in St. Louis to search for treasures, including a 1920 Grace Ravlin oil painting, a Michael Jackson-signed fedora and photo from around 1990, and a Tiffany GMT-Master Rolex, ca. 1963. Can you guess which is the big find of the night? Antiques Roadshow St. Louis, Hour 3 at 8:00 pm Monday.
After being shot in the face by 15-year-old Nathan King, Claude's path to recovery leads to forgiveness. But that path is paved with the complexities of race, violence, and justice. Independent Lens When Claude Got Shot at 9:00 pm Monday.
In the projects of Watts, Meryland Gonzales, a twelve-year-old female boxer trains to be crowned the 2019 Junior Olympics champion. Meanwhile, her immigrant parents work tirelessly to give their child a shot at achieving her dreams. POV Shorts Team Meryland at 10:30 pm Monday.
Tuesday, May 10th
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. shows comedians Seth Meyers, Tig Notaro and Sarah Silverman that their family tress are filled with people whose struggles laid the groundwork for their success. Gates also reveals to each one news of an unexpected DNA cousin. Finding Your Roots No Laughing Matter at 7:00 pm Tuesday.
Narrated by Jason Momoa, discover the inspiring story and considerable impact of five-time Olympic medalist Duke Kahanamoku. He shattered swimming records and globalized surfing while overcoming racism in a lifetime of personal challenges. American Masters Waterman - Duke: Ambassador of Aloha at 8:00 pm Tuesday.
Artists and creators prove that art is in every part of their lives; women big wave surfers, Latino baseball pioneers and an all-Black mountaineering team. Beyond The Canvas Art, All Around Us at 9:30 pm Tuesday.
Genuine New Zealand treasures Isey and her son James invite viewers into their lives in the week leading up to Isey's 100th birthday and its shaping up to be quite the party. The episode captures a Northland celebration of life and aroha (love) like no other. Pacific Heartbeat James & Isey at 10:00 pm Tuesday.
Wednesday, May 11th
The egg is perhaps nature's most perfect life support system. Step by step as the egg hatches, host Sir David Attenborough reveals the wonder behind these incredible miracles of nature. Nature The Egg: Life's Perfect Invention at 7:00 pm Wednesday.
Sir David Attenborough explores how a North Dakota fossil dig site could hold clues to what happened the day an asteroid struck Earth and wiped out the dinosaurs. Nova Dinosaur Apocalypse: The New Evidence at 8:00 pm Wednesday.
Sir David Attenborough explores fossils from a North Dakota site that could reveal what happened to the animals here the day an asteroid struck Earth and wiped out the dinosaurs. Nova Dinosaur Apocalypse: The Last Day at 9:00 pm Wednesday.
Enjoy a vintage hour with New Orleans soul songwriter, producer and musician Allen Toussaint. Songs include "Southern Nights" and "St. James Infirmary." Austin City Limits Allen Toussaint: New Orleans Legend at 10:00 pm Wednesday.
Thursday, May 12th
A local artist finds a way to blend her worlds on the canvas. Then, Asian American DACA recipients share their stories. And how one man is keeping the tradition of nail salons alive. Decibel Blending Perspectives / Asian American DACA Recipients / The Beauty of Tradition at 7:00 pm Thursday.
Kelly Corrigan talks with journalist and author Richard Lui. Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Richard Lui at 7:30 pm Thursday.
Chet learns the history of this German town on the Guadalupe River. He visits the oldest dance hall in Texas, eats a chicken-fried steak in the old grist mill, and sets his new cowboy hat on fire. Chet also chases rainbow trout in the southernmost trout fishery in America. Daytripper Gruene, TX at 8:00 pm Thursday.
Germany is a land of monumental castles, great palaces and defensive constructions whose walls and legends are still intact today. Stories featured include the alleged madness of the Duke of Bavaria in Neuschwanstein, the escapes of Allied prisoners in Colditz, and the supposed death of the Archbishop Hatto by thousands of rats in the Mouse Tower. Additional castles profiled: Heidelberg, Lichtenstein, Burghausen, Reichenstein, Drachenburg, Kriebstein, and the castle thought to be the home of Frankenstein's monster. Castles: Secrets, Mysteries and Legends Germany at 10:01 pm Thursday.
Friday, May 13th
Mary immerses herself in the enchanting Scottish Highlands. Surrounded By magical scenery, snow-capped mountains and frost-covered forests, Mary makes delicious food to warm her up after a day out in the cold, including a tempting sausage and pepper hotpot, some simple twice-baked souffles, a mushroom, lentil and double potato jumble and an onion and sage open puff pastry tart. Mary hitches a lift through the woods on a husky sled and meets a chocolatier whose highland truffles have made him famous around the world. Back in her own kitchen, Mary makes an indulgent chocolate steamed pudding with a rich chocolate sauce. It is the kind of food that you long to come home to after a day exploring the great outdoors. Mary Berry's Simple Comforts Winter Woodland at 7:30 pm Friday.
Women embraced driving from the start, despite assumptions from early automobile makers that men would be behind the wheel. For them, Route 66 was not just a way of getting from point to point, an opportunity for entrepreneurship, creativity, political activism and independence.From Pueblo women opening up roadside stands in New Mexico to an African American hotelier in Springfield, MO listed in the Green Book,women overcame segregation and gender discrimination to succeed on Route 66. Route 66 Women: The Untold Story of the Mother Road The Origin of Women On Route 66 at 8:00 pm Friday.
The TASTE AWARDS, often considered the Oscars of Food, Fashion and Lifestyle Media, are the premier awards show celebrating the year's best food, fashion, fitness, travel, and lifestyle programming on television, in film, streaming online, in podcasts, on radio and in photography. Taste Awards 2022 at 9:00 pm Friday.
Saturday, May 14th
Charlie takes his honey from farm to table in this episode. After converting a garage workshop space into a commercial honey house, Charlie welcomes two local bakers who help him rob a few hives, extract the honey, and then take the raw product straight to the bakery to make some culinary magic. Along the way, Charlie catches a swarm in a freight train and has a chance to step in when a hive sends a homeowner to the hospital. Charlie Bee Company Two Texas Tarts at 4:30 pm Saturday.
Eric Hanson travels to the tropical paradise known as Dominica to hike the longest trail in the Caribbean and experience the thrill of freediving and canyoning. Epic Trails Backpacking Dominica at 6:00 pm Saturday.
Savor the best of Austin alternative rock band Spoon's four appearances on Austin City Limits. Austin City Limits The Best of Spoon at 7:00 pm Saturday.
Catherine from her hospital bed tells Parker she spoke to Pasha at the harbour. Following that lead takes the team, DS Camille Bordey standing in for Cassell, to the neighbouring island of Sainte Hélè ne and a hospice with the bedridden Aidan Shawcross dying of cancer; leaving the problem, who was buried 20 years ago killed by Pasha and Aidan to fake Aidan's death. Identifying the body will explain the murder of Pasha and a microwave explains the how. Things take a turn for the worse for Catherine in hospital which Camille finds difficult to handle, and she hallucinates DI Richard Poole who was murdered on the island. Death In Paradise Fake Or Fortune at 8:00 pm Saturday.
It's the day of the village celebrations, but not everyone is in the mood. Maggie still has to make amends with Jill and Marcus, but is most concerned with reuniting with her family. A series of events could change life in Thurlbury forever. Trouble with Maggie Cole Episode Six at 9:00 pm Saturday.
Suspicion at the military school falls on an elite group of cadets with a penchant for sadism and dangerous games. Solving the case will have a devastating impact on both Oskar and Max's professional lives. Vienna Blood The Lost Child, Part 2 at 10:00 pm Saturday.
Sunday, May 15th
Norma's family has lived in the same West Texas farmhouse for over 100 years. It's filled with cherished antiques and loads of family memories, but Norma hasn't touched a thing since her mother passed away a few years ago. Matt and the team help the family clear out the clutter and the emotions as they say goodbye to the past and hello to their future farm. Legacy List with Matt Paxton Home on the Range at 12:00 pm Sunday.
Enjoy this London production of Cole Porter's classic musical led by Tony winner Sutton Foster who reprises her Tony-winning role as Reno Sweeney directed by Kathleen Marshall with favorite songs like "I Get A Kick Out of You" and "You're the Top." Great Performances Anything Goes at 1:00 pm Sunday.
What really happened to the Princes in the Tower? Lucy Worsley uncovers the story of the two boys whose disappearance in 1483 has led to centuries of mystery and speculation. Lucy Worsley Investigates Princes in the Tower at 7:00 pm Sunday.
Vivien's link to Jordan is complicated by the arrival of his wife. The police rebuff warnings from the 62 Group, who must act on their own. Ridley Road On Masterpiece at 8:00 pm Sunday.
Freddie and Bel join Hector's shooting party in the country for the weekend, while Isaac keeps an eye on Mr. Kish back at the studio. As Freddie learns more information about Ruth's life, Hector and Bel indulge in their flirtation. The Hour A Country Affair at 9:00 pm Sunday.
Freddie pays a visit to Kish's widow and grows convinced that he's being followed. With Britain on the brink of war with Egypt over the Suez, the staff of The Hour-led by a newly confident Hector-are also breaking the story of the Hungarian uprising, but Freddie is nowhere to be found. The Hour Crises at Home and Abroad at 10:00 pm Sunday.