Highlights September 12 to September 18

Posted on September 9, 2022

Monday, September 12th

Discover memorable finds appraised at ANTIQUES ROADSHOW back in 1999, such as an Austrian "Naughty" cat bronze made around 1900, a Margaret Mitchell archive, and a Cartier diamond ring from about 1940. Find out which is valued at $20,000! Antiques Roadshow Vintage Birmingham at 7:00 pm.

Revisit OKC appraisals from 15 years ago that have been updated with today's market value, including Bill Graham handbills, a Galle Marquetry vase made around 1900, and Art Deco travel posters. Which has more than doubled in value since 2003? Antiques Roadshow Vintage Oklahoma City at 8:00 pm.

Filmmaker Byron Hurt embarks on a deeply personal journey to understand the underground rituals of hazing, revealing the abuse and the lengths college students will go to fit in. Independent Lens Hazing at 9:00 pm.

A jovial love letter to the game of golf, told by the Black golfers who, despite segregation and racist systems, built a vibrant culture and lasting community on a municipal golf course in Asheville, NC. Reel South Muni at 10:30 pm.

Tuesday, September 13th

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the Jewish heritages of actor Jeff Goldblum, radio host Terry Gross and comedian Marc Maron, uncovering previously unknown stories that show each shares much more with their ancestors than a religious tradition. Finding Your Roots Beyond The Pale at 7:00 pm.

Explore the powerful stories of those impacted by suicide-one of America's most urgent health crises-and journey to the front lines of research with scientists whose work is leading to better prevention and treatment. Facing Suicide at 8:00 pm.

Millions of Americans have depression. For some it is intractable and often leads to attempted suicide. Deep brain stimulation (DBS), which many people know of because of its use to control tremors in Parkinson's disease, can be life changing when used for depression. Dr. Helen Mayberg of Mount Sinai in New York City, pioneered discovery of an area of the brain that, if stimulated, can alleviate depression. We follow 27-year-old Tyler Hajjar who has suffered debilitating depression for a decade and has made multiple suicide attempts. YFM shadows him during the 12-hour surgery and in the months that follow as he strives to reclaim his life. Your Fantastic Mind Deep Brain Stimulation for Depression at 9:30 pm.

This week, screenwriter Eric Roth, Academy Award winner for Forrest Gump, Dune (2021), Munich, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button talks about his process of adapting stories from beloved properties. Not to mention, a taste of the upcoming Killers of the Flower Moon directed by Martin Scorsese. On Story On Adapting Stories: A Conversation with Eric Roth at 10:00 pm.

Nashville-based Moon Taxi’s genre-bending musicality has born a boldly adventurous body of work, taking them to a run of late-night television appearances and leading festivals across the country. Their broad, sonic palette explores a rich spectrum from folk-rock to soul to inventively crafted electronic pop—an endlessly forward-thinking sound with lyrics offering thoughtful reflections on days gone by. The Cavern Sessions Moon Taxi at 10:30 pm.

Wednesday, September 14th

Go undercover with a film crew on a perilous journey to the untouched wilderness of biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest. Meet some of the most incredible creatures, from pygmy marmosets to pumas, as the wild secrets of the jungle are revealed. Nature The Leopard Legacy at 7:00 pm.

Follow the epic story of the Marsh pride of lions as it battles for survival in Kenya's Maasai Mara Reserve. This is a powerful tale of shifting loyalties, bloody takeovers, complex family dynamics and sheer resilience. Lion: The Rise and Fall of the Marsh Pride at 8:00 pm.

When top predators disappeared from Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, other animals fell into unusual patterns. Now scientists are reintroducing wild dogs to restore the park's "landscape of fear" and with it the natural balance of the ecosystem. NOVA Nature's Fear Factor at 9:30 pm.

Relish the distinctive sounds of St. Vincent and Joy Oladokun. The Grammy-winning St. Vincent plays songs from her much-praised LP Daddy's Home. Versatile singer/tunesmith Oladokun performs tunes from her album In Defense of My Own Happiness. Austin City Limits St. Vincent/Joy Olakokun at 10:30 pm.

Thursday, September 15th

Alejandro Escovedo is a Mexican-American rock musician who talks with Evan about his decades long career and his latest album "The Crossing" that tells the tale of two boys, one from Mexico, one from Italy, who meet in Texas to chase their American rock and roll dreams. Overheard with Evan Smith Alejandro Escovedo, Rock Musician at 7:00 pm.

Dolores Huerta is an American labor leader and civil rights activist who, along with Cesar Chavez, is a co-founder of the National Farmworkers Association. In this episode, she sits down to talk about her life’s work and her ongoing activism. Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Dolores Huerta at 7:30 pm.

Chet explores the west side of the capitol city where the hill country begins. Chet goes e-foiling on Lake Austin, art-gazing at Laguna Gloria, bouldering on Bull Creek and enjoys Hawaiian TexMex and classic BBQ cuisine. Daytripper West Austin, TX at 8:00 pm.

The annual harvest fair and the daredevil riders of the Wall of Death come to Midsomer village Whitcombe Mallet. When the owner of an equestrian center is trampled by his horse DCI Barnaby and DS Nelson have to unravel a complex feud from the past, where nothing is what it seems. Last appearance of Gwilym Lee as DS Charlie Nelson and of Sykes the dog. Midsomer Murders Harvest of Souls 1 & 2 at 8:30 pm.

New information forces Hardy and Ellie to re-evaluate what they believe; is it possible that they've been wrong about everything so far? Sharon receives some unexpected help, while Olly Stevens gets a major scoop. Broadchurch Season 2, Episode 5 at 10:00 pm.

Friday, September 16th

In this pilot episode, EMMY Award winning journalist & travel vlogger Tinabeth Pina documents students from St. Peter's University in New Jersey during their study abroad trip to Cuba. Globe Scholars shows audiences the value of learning outside of a classroom and what is gained from it. In this episode you'll meet the student travelers and learn about Cuba thru their eyes. Globe Scholars: Cuba at 7:30 pm.

INGREDIENTE follows Michelin star and American born chef, Drew Deckman as he runs his sustainable outdoor kitchen and restaurant in Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico. As Deckman reaches the pinnacle of his career, Covid 19 hits and he is forced to shutter his restaurant located in Mexico's premier wine region. During the closure, Deckman feeds his staff and their families every day, and, he feeds 200 local fisherman and their families weekly. INGREDIENTE is visually stunning,scored by Mark Kilian (Pitch Perfect) and tells the compelling story of one restauranteur who represents every small business owner worldwide during the pandemic. Ingrediente: A Restaurant Uprooted at 8:00 pm.

Indigenous teenagers from Mexico strive to change their families' destinies in the strawberry fields of Oxnard, California. Through a stormy year of sanctioned racism and anti-immigrant policies, their journeys are captured with help from their own videos as they navigate cultural identity, parental expectations, economic challenges, and the justice needs of their migrant farmworker community. Mariposas Del Campo at 9:00 pm.

Relish the distinctive sounds of St. Vincent and Joy Oladokun. The Grammy-winning St. Vincent plays songs from her much-praised LP Daddy's Home. Versatile singer/tunesmith Oladokun performs tunes from her album In Defense of My Own Happiness. Austin City Limits St. Vincent/Joy Olakokun at 10:00 pm.

Saturday, September 17th

In this episode, we examine trauma and PTSD among African American mothers. The Grady Trauma Project based out of Grady Hospital, Atlanta's safety net hospital, is home to a team of female researchers who have studied 12,000 African American women over 15 years. The researchers found that PTSD impacted almost half of the African American women they studied, at 46%, far higher than the national rate of 6%. This PTSD is from various traumas including those related to childhood trauma, domestic violence and violent crime. Researchers at GTP are conducting new studies to investigate the possibility if they treat mothers for PTSD, it improves the overall health and wellness of their children. African American women also have far less access to mental health assistance and are more likely to suffer intimate partner violence and abuse. We highlight the NIA project which works exclusively with suicidal African American women. The program aims to improve their mental health and help them lead more meaningful and purpose-filled lives free of violence. Over the past 20 years, the NIA project has worked with more than 2,000 suicidal African American women, providing individual and group therapy. Your Fantastic Mind Motherhood at 6:00 pm.

Florence's undercover role takes a dangerous turn when she finds herself in familiar surroundings, amid a murder investigation. In a race against time, can Neville solve the murder? Death In Paradise at 8:00 pm.

Max and Jake pick up arguments old and new while the Lynches face their darkest secret. Max offers Erin a way out but is running out of time to find one for himself. Guilt On Masterpiece Season 2, Episode 4 at 9:00 pm.

Standing guard over the city of London for nearly 1000 years, this formidable fortress has been a royal castle, a prison, a place of execution and torture, an armoury and the Royal Mint. Over the centuries it has gone from a symbol of imperialism and tyranny to a national treasure- the protector of the crown jewels and many other historic British traditions. In this episode we go behind the Tower's ancient walls, opening it up to expose its secrets and stories. We'll unlock the doors to rooms you didn't know existed, talk to the people who do the jobs no one sees and reveal some surprising facts about one of England's most famous icons. Secrets of the Tower of London at 10:00 pm.

Sunday, September 18th

Explore Shakespeare's mysterious love life through the perspective of the "Dark Lady" in this work from Nashville Ballet based on poetry by Caroline Randall Williams and featuring an original score by GRAMMY winner Rhiannon Giddens. Great Performances Black Lucy and the Bard at 1:00 pm.

Explore the enormous contributions of Black women throughout American history to the arts. We look at re-centering Black history in American history, and bring humanity to those stories with Nikole Hannah-Jones, Regina King and Roxanne Gay. Beyond The Canvas Art, Black Women Lead at 2:30 pm.

Acclaimed chef and James Beard Award-winning host Pati Jinich travels from El Paso and Juarez to Big Bend National Park. She discovers the people, places and food -- from burritos to Middle Eastern cuisine -- that make this region unique. La Frontera with Pati Jinich Miles From Nowhere at 3:00 pm.

Solar and wind are now cheap new generation, but scaling up 25X is a big challenge. Energy Switch Solar & Wind Power The World? Part 1 at 6:00 pm.

Reversing a history of open borders, a xenophobic backlash prompts Congress to restrict immigration. Hitler and the Nazis persecute German Jews, forcing many to seek refuge. FDR is concerned by the growing crisis but unable to coordinate a response. The U.S. and the Holocaust The Golden Door (Beginnings - 1938) at 7:00 pm.

Join historians, survivors and experts as they consider one of the great moral dilemmas of the 20th century. Should the Allies have risked killing Auschwitz prisoners and bombed the camp to stop future atrocities? Secrets of the Dead Bombing Auschwitz at 11:25 pm.