Highlights November 7 to November 13

Posted on November 4, 2022

Monday, November 7th

See San Antonio finds including 1905 - 1954 World Series programs, Dr.Seuss lunch box art, ca. 1970, and Oscar Heyman jewelry, ca. 1955. Which appraisals have soared since 2007? One jumped up to $80,000! Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Antonio Hour 2 at 7:00 pm.

Explore political items from both sides of the aisle, across the history of the United States in this special episode, including one find now valued at $600,000-$800,000. Antiques Roadshow Election Collection at 8:00 pm.

Host Stacy Pearsall sits down for a candid conversation with Tommy Clack, Bobby Henline and Jeffrey Crosby, three fellow veterans who’ve all had close brushes with death. Although they have each faced adversities in their journeys, they reveal how they stay positive and what their life is like after action. After Action: All Gave Some at 9:00 pm.

After an accident left dancer Kelsey Peterson paralyzed,she finds new allies within the Spinal Cord Injury community while testing the limits of her recovery, body and spirit. Independent Lens Move Me at 10:00 pm.

Tuesday, November 8th

Live with political news & updates. PBS NewsHour at 6:00 pm.

With the control of the House and Senate hanging in the balance, PBS NewsHour Judy Woodruff leads live coverage of the results as they come in. VOTE 2022: Election Night Special at 7:00 pm.

Wednesday, November 9th

Dive deep into South Texas to meet one of the United States' most endangered wild cats: the ocelot. With about 80 known ocelots remaining in the country, the future of the American ocelot population relies on ranchers and scientists working together. Nature American Ocelot at 7:00 pm.

From Bitcoin to NFTs, crypto is making headlines. But what exactly is it, and how does it work? Go beyond the hype and skepticism to unravel the truth behind a technology some say will revolutionize more than just money. Nova Crypto Decoded at 8:00 pm.

Recent discoveries and technological advances are shedding new light on our understanding of human habitation in the Amazon prior to the arrival of Europeans. Secrets of the Dead Hidden in the Amazon at 9:00 pm.

Thursday, November 10th

In the first episode of Tell Me More Season 4, Kelly Corrigan speaks to New York Times best-selling author and University of Pennsylvania professor of psychology Angela Duckworth about self-perception, grit, and passion. They discuss the importance of optimism and dedication as it relates to success and debunk the notion of determinism. Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Angela Duckworth at 7:30 pm.

Chet visits one of the few French towns in Texas. He eats a raw beef delicacy, explores the 1840s Landmark Inn, and hikes the banks of the Medina River. Daytripper Castroville, TX at 8:00 pm.

The worlds of miniature dolls houses and real houses collide when prolific real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin is murdered in front of a crowd at museum exhibit launch . Guest staring Eleanor Bron (Help!; Bedazzled) and Joanna Page (Love Actually; Gavin & Stacey). Midsomer Murders The Miniature Murders, 1 & 2 at 8:29 pm.

Cath wants to do something to bring people together, and a shocking revelation turns the case on its head. Broadchurch Season 3, Episode 4 at 10:01 pm.

Friday, November 11th

Decorated veteran Jason Johnson's Project K-9 Hero saves retired military and police dogs from being euthanized. The War and Treaty's Michael, who is also a veteran, and Tanya Trotter perform a soulful power ballad honoring Jason and his hero dogs. American Anthems Soldier On All Fours at 7:30 pm.

Vietnam Prisoners of War recall their experiences and the inspirational story of how they not only survived their imprisonment, but found growth and gratitude afterwards. In their reflections can be seen the humanity that belies the unfathomable circumstances they survived, and how the Naval Academy's principles of leadership and camaraderie helped guide them through the darkness. Their stories are juxtaposed with those of recent Naval Academy Midshipmen who are facing the COVID pandemic and applying those same foundational values to their own experiences of trauma and post-traumatic growth, of communication and disinformation, of the trials of solitary confinement and isolation. P.O.W.: Passing On Wisdom at 8:00 pm.

ELVIS AND THE USS ARIZONA tells the surprising story of how one of music's biggest icons helped to establish a USS Arizona memorial in Pearl Harbor. Elvis' fundraising concert drew public attention to the plight and helped to galvanize efforts to finish the USS Arizona Memorial as it stands today. Elvis and the USS Arizona at 9:00 pm.

Saturday, November 12th

Banh Mi. Spring rolls. Pho. The war and its subsequent refugees. These are things most commonly associated with the Vietnamese culture and its people. But a group of chefs in Los Angeles (including Cassia's Bryant Ng and Diep Tran of Good Girl Dinette) are hoping to demonstrate that there's so much more than that. Featured in the episode: Cassia in Santa Monica, Good Girl Dinette in Highland Park, Red Boat Fish Sauce, and Minh Phan of Porridge & Puffs. Migrant Kitchen Beyond Pho at 5:00 pm.

Don Trunk is a music producer dedicated to giving artists a space to be themselves and create music in a safe and comfortable environment. From recording music in his grandma's basement to building a highly reputable full-service studio, Don is helping to make artists' dreams come true. Start Up Dream First Studios- Baltimore, MD at 6:00 pm.

Cuban funk sensations Cimafunk and The Tribe wow in a must-see hour; the nine-piece powerhouse band makes a thrilling ACL debut with standouts from their soulful album El Alimento. Austin City Limits Cimafunk and the Tribe 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 informs Hastings that he has no risky investments except for fourteen thousand shares in Burma Mines Ltd, which were given to him for services rendered. He then relates the story to Hastings. The lead-silver mines were originally worked only for the silver by the Chinese in the fifteenth century. The lead remained, of value now. The mine's location was lost; the only clue to its location is in old papers in the hands of a Chinese family. Wu Ling agreed to negotiate a sale of the papers and traveled to London to complete the transaction. He booked into the Hotel Russell Square and telephoned the prospective buyers to say that he would see them the next day. He failed to appear at the meeting and the next evening Wu Ling's body was found floating in the Thames. Agatha Christie's Poirot The Lost Mine at 9:31 pm.

Sunday, November 13th

The exhilarating soprano Lise Davidsen brings one of her signature roles to the Met for the first time as the mythological Greek heroine of Strauss's enchanting masterpiece. The outstanding cast also features mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard as the Composer of the opera-within-an-opera around which the plot revolves, with soprano Brenda Rae as the spirited Zerbinetta, tenor Brandon Jovanovich as Ariadne's lover, the god Bacchus, and Wolfgang Brendel as the Major-Domo. Marek Janowski conducts. Great Performances at the Met Ariadne Auf Naxos at 11:30 am.

Explore the rise of great American nations. Investigate lost cities in Mexico, a temple in Peru, a potlatch ceremony in the Pacific Northwest and a tapestry of shell beads in upstate New York whose story inspired our own democracy. Native America Nature to Nations at 3:00 pm.

Reducing emissions will take time and money. How do we pay for CO2 emissions reductions? Energy Switch Policies to Reduce CO2 at 6:00 pm.

A famous mystery writer is at the center of Eliza's latest investigation when a series of murders mimic scenes in his books. Meanwhile, the Duke is also juggling problems at work with a new superintendent and a troubled young detective. Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece Quarter to Midnight at 7:00 pm.

Susan's sister and Andreas have unexpected connections to Alan. Meanwhile, Pund wraps up his investigation, promising, "Very soon all will be made clear!" Magpie Murders On Masterpiece Episode 5 at 8:00 pm.

Annika arrives at a murder scene on a party boat. From there, things only get more chaotic. Annika On Masterpiece Episode 5 at 9:00 pm.

Roberta's trial is underway. While the academy is willing to support her, the parents protest the involvement. Tomas struggles with his own feelings as he holds the key to the verdict. La Otra Mirada The First and Last Word at 10:00 pm.