1 MONDAY, April 1, :00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: HOTEL DEL CORONADO HOUR 3 Wrap up ROADSHOW's three-part visit to Hotel del Coronado with even more fantastic finds such as a Dr. Seuss-illustrated program and drawing, Seth Kinman's Colt Model 1851 presentation pistol, and a 1920 John Fery oil. Which is appraised for $50,000? (Repeats 4/2 at 1:00am, 4/5 at 4:00am, 4/6 at 4:00pm and 4/8 at noon) 9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: DES MOINES, IA - HOUR ONE Host Mark L. Walberg is joined by appraiser Wes Cowan at the Iowa State Museum in Des Moines to look at its collection of highly prized sand bottles by 19th-century Iowa folk artist Andrew Clemens. Highlights include a late-victorian 14-karat gold vest chain and fob; a pair of 1963 and 1966 Green Bay Packers signed footballs; and a rare collection of promotional movie memorabilia from Hollywood's Golden Age, valued at $25,000 to $28,000. (Repeats 4/2 at 2:00am) 10:00 PM HOLLY NEAR: AMERICAN MASTERS - D Experience the power of song in the struggle for equality through the story of feminist singer and activist Holly Near, who for the last 40 years has worked on global social justice coalition-building in the women's and lesbian movements. (Repeats 4/2 at 3:00am) TUESDAY, April 2, :00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. shares the family histories of director Alejandro G. Inarritu, iconoclastic performance artist Marina Abramovic and painter Kehinde Wiley. These visionary artists find their identities challenged -- and affirmed. (Repeats 4/3 at 1:00am, 4/3 at 4:00am and 4/3 at noon) 9:00 PM THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE - D Late in the evening of April 19, 1989, Tricia Meili, a 28-year-old white investment banker, went jogging through Central Park in New York City. When she was found hours later, she had been brutally raped, beaten and left for dead. This film examines the notorious crime, the media response and the public outcry it triggered, and the miscarriage of justice that followed it, probing the larger issues it raises about our nation's complicated past. (Repeats 4/3 at 2:00am) WEDNESDAY, April 3, :00 PM NATURE: FOREST OF THE LYNX Kalkalpen National Park in the Austrian Alps was abandoned and unmanaged by man for close to a quarter of a century. Now the forest's dramatic cycle of regeneration is bringing back pygmy owls, woodpeckers, colorful insects and even the lynx. (Repeats 4/4 at 1:00am, 4/4 at 4:00am, 4/5 at noon and 4/7 at noon) 9:00 PM NOVA: EMPEROR'S GHOST ARMY Emperor Qin Shi Huang of China was buried in a mausoleum with around 9,000 terracotta statues. Investigate how and why the lifesized figures were made and the technology behind the crossbows, spears and swords carried by the clay warriors. (Repeats 4/4 at 2:00am, 4/4 at noon and 4/7 at 11:00am) 10:00 PM SECRETS OF THE DEAD: EGYPT'S DARKEST HOUR Follow a team of archaeologists as they examine a rare mass grave dating to the collapse of ancient Egypt's Old Kingdom, when political infighting and a changing climate brought down a dynasty in a moment of crisis and catastrophe. (Repeats 4/4 at 3:00am and 4/9 at noon) THURSDAY, April 4, :00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): FLUKE OF LUCK (Repeats 4/5 at 1:00am) The second episode of this two-part special sees the team; along with Met police inspector Jack Mooney investigate the apparent suicide of banker and prime-suspect of their current case - Frank Henderson. (Repeats 4/5 at 2:00am) Tommy brutally takes control of a situation when PC Kirsten McAskill pulls him and Lewis over. His actions have devastating consequences. (Repeats 4/5 at 3:00am) FRIDAY, April 5, 2019 (Repeats 4/6 at 1:30am, 4/6 at 7:00pm, 4/7 at 5:30am, 4/7 at 10:00am and 4/11 at 1:00pm) 8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): APRIL 5-7, 2019 (Repeats 4/6 at 7:30pm and 4/7 at 10:30am) 9:00 PM GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET: LA TRAVIATA See Michael Mayer's richly textured production of Verdi's classic opera, starring soprano Diana Damrau as the tragic heroine Violetta and Juan Diego Florez as her hapless lover Alfredo. Yannick Nezet- Seguin conducts. (Repeats 4/6 at 2:00am) 12:00 AM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY
2 SATURDAY, April 6, :00 PM MISS MARPLE: A CARIBBEAN MYSTERY - XMAS 1989 (Repeats 4/7 at 12:30am) 10:00 PM JAMESTOWN Jamestown's first baby brings joy to the settlement but the discovery of a terrible crime throws suspicion upon all inhabitants. When Jocelyn's position in the colony comes under threat, she forges a surprising new connection. (Repeats 4/7 at 2:30am) 11:00 PM BLUEGRASS UNDERGROUND: KATHY MATTEA (Repeats 4/7 at 3:30am) 11:30 PM AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: MIGUEL/ALESSIA CARA Thrill to chart-topping R&B and pop with two Grammy winners. L.A. singer Miguel blends funk, rock, hip hop and electronica in his album "War & Leisure." Canadian hitmaker Alessia Cara dazzles with songs from her new album "The Pains of Growing." (Repeats 4/7 at 4:00am) 12:30 AM MISS MARPLE: A CARIBBEAN MYSTERY - XMAS 1989 SUNDAY, April 7, 2019 See how Lucille assists an elderly hoarder struggling to keep her independence, and how Sister Hilda and the team work hard to help a Ghanaian family with an undiagnosed illness. (Repeats 4/8 at 12:30am) 9:00 PM MRS. WILSON ON MASTERPIECE Alec's handler in the secret service drops a bombshell, but is it the truth or another lie? Resigned to uncertainty about the past, Alison receives a final surprise. (Repeats 4/8 at 1:30am) ONE - D When human remains are found buried near a London motorway, Cassie and Sunny begin the task of identifying them. (Repeats 4/8 at 2:30am) 11:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: TRE MAISON DASAN - D Explore the lives of Tre, Maison and Dasan, three of the estimated one in 14 American children with a parent in prison. Take an emotional look at relationships tested by separation and the challenges of growing up with a parent behind bars. 12:30 AM CALL THE MIDWIFE See April 7 description MONDAY, April 8, :00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: PHILBROOK MUSEUM HOUR 1 Travel to Tulsa for ROADSHOW treasures appraised at Philbrook Museum of Art, including a 2006 J.K. Rowling-signed "Harry Potter" book, the first "Yield" sign with documentation and a 1949 Model 4500 Rolex and box. Which is valued at $71,000? (Repeats 4/9 at 1:30am, 4/12 at 4:00am and 4/15 at noon) 9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: DES MOINES, IA - HOUR TWO In Des Moines, Iowa, host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis Wahlgren explore an impressive extra-illustrated book set based on a biography of Charles Dickens at Salisbury House and Gardens, the estate of 1920s cosmetics tycoon Carl Weeks. Highlights include a collection of late-1950s and 1960s Lucy M. Lewis Acoma Pueblo pottery; a 1820 Russian Loutkin snuff box inscribed with the imperial arms of the Romanov dynasty; and an extremely rare 1623 Shakespeare First Folio, valued at $40,000 to $50,000. (Repeats 4/9 at 2:30am) 10:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: THE PROVIDERS - D Follow three "country doctors" in rural New Mexico -- the site of a physician shortage and an opioid epidemic -- who work at clinics that offer care for all, regardless of ability to pay. (Repeats 4/9 at 3:30am and 4/14 at 11:00pm) 11:30 PM BBC WORLD NEWS 12:00 AM AMANPOUR AND COMPANY TUESDAY, April 9, :00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: ALL IN THE FAMILY Radio host Joe Madison receives startling family news, and series host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. learns his own DNA story. Also features the "Finding Your Roots: The Seedlings" STEM Camp, with science and history inspiring the next generation. (Repeats 4/10 at 1:00am, 4/10 at 4:00am and 4/10 at noon) 9:00 PM RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA AFTER THE CIVIL WAR Experience the aftermath of the Civil War - a bewildering, exhilarating and terrifying time. For African Americans, despite their hard-won freedom, support for their social, economic and political gains did not last. (Repeats 4/10 at 2:00am) WEDNESDAY, April 10, :00 PM NATURE: THE EGG: LIFE'S PERFECT INVENTION - D 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. (Repeats 4/11 at 1:00am, 4/11 at 4:00am and 4/12 at noon) 9:00 PM NOVA: MYSTERY OF EASTER ISLAND How and why did the ancient islander inhabitants of Easter Island build and move nearly 900 giant statues weighing up to 86 tons? Join a team of investigators as they test a high-risk and seemingly unlikely theory with a 15-ton replica statue. (Repeats 4/11 at 2:00am and 4/11 at noon) 10:00 PM OZONE HOLE: HOW WE SAVED THE PLANET Discover the forgotten story of the hole in the ozone layer and how the world came together to fix it. Hear from the scientists and politicians who persuaded Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher to
3 take action and solve the planetary problem. (Repeats 4/11 at 3:00am, 4/16 at noon and 4/23 at 4:00am) THURSDAY, April 11, :00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): 17 YEARS OF NOTHING (Repeats 4/12 at 1:00am) When a tourist returning to the island claims to alibi the convicted killer of the Saint Marie Times' former editor seven years ago, DI Jack Mooney must revisit the case files and ensure that justice is delivered in his first murder investigation on the island. (Repeats 4/12 at 2:00am) Catherine's focus returns to the job in hand as she searches for the owner of the suspicious Milton Avenue property, with dramatic consequences. (Repeats 4/12 at 3:00am) FRIDAY, April 12, 2019 (Repeats 4/13 at 12:30am, 4/14 at 5:30am, 4/14 at 10:00am and 4/18 at 1:00pm) 8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): APRIL 12-14, :00 PM JOSEPH PULITZER: AMERICAN MASTERS - D Discover the man behind the award. A journalist who became a media mogul with an outspoken, cantankerous editorial voice and two bestselling newspapers, Joseph Pulitzer championed what he regarded as the sacred role of the free press in a democracy. (Repeats 4/13 at 1:30am) 10:30 PM PBS PREVIEWS: CHASING THE MOON A preview of the upcoming series from American Experience: Chasing the Moon. 12:30 AM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL - MLPBS (Repeats 4/14 at 5:30am, 4/14 at 10:00am and 4/18 at 1:00pm) SUNDAY, April 14, 2019 Stop by the clinic, where the Turners oversee a measles vaccination trial while the team prepare for the Whitsun bank holiday. Valerie helps a struggling mother accept her son's birth defect. (Repeats 4/15 at 12:30am) 9:00 PM LES MISERABLES ON MASTERPIECE (Repeats 4/15 at 1:30am) TWO - D The search for what happened to Hayley begins as the team travel down to Middenham to meet her family. (Repeats 4/15 at 2:30am) 11:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: THE PROVIDERS - D See April 8 description a 12:30 AM CALL THE MIDWIFE See April 14 description MONDAY, April 15, :00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: PHILBROOK MUSEUM HOUR 2 Experience outstanding Oklahoma appraisals at Philbrook Museum of Art, such as a Charles Wilda "The Hour of Prayer" oil, a 1950 Gibson SJ-200 guitar and a baroque bureau brise from about Learn which is a $30,000-$50,000 find. (Repeats 4/16 at 1:00am, 4/19 at 4:00am, 4/20 at 4:00pm and 4/22 at noon) 9:00 PM FRONTLINE: MARCOS DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE A decorated Marine veteran fights to reunite her family after her undocumented husband is deported. With Independent Lens and Voces, filmmaker David Sutherland weaves a parallel love and immigration story set in a world often lived in the shadows. (Repeats 4/16 at 2:00am and 4/21 at 11:00pm) TUESDAY, April 16, :00 PM FINDING YOUR ROOTS: SOUTHERN ROOTS Three guests of disparate Southern backgrounds, DJ and producer Questlove, talk show host Dr. Phil and journalist Charlayne Hunter- Gault, find astonishing tales of bondage in their family histories. (Repeats 4/17 at 1:00am, 4/17 at 4:00am and 4/17 at noon) 9:00 PM RECONSTRUCTION: AMERICA AFTER THE CIVIL WAR Explore the rise of Jim Crow and the undermining of Reconstruction's legal and political legacy, and see how African Americans fought back using artistic expression to put forward a "New Negro" for a new century. (Repeats 4/17 at 2:00am)
4 WEDNESDAY, April 17, :00 PM NATURE: BIG BIRDS CAN'T FLY - D Explore the evolution and unique stories of ostriches, emus, rheas, cassowaries and kiwis. Though it's said a bird is three things - feathers, flight and song - these birds can't fly or sing, and their feathers are closer to fluff. (Repeats 4/18 at 1:00am, 4/18 at 4:00am, 4/19 at noon and 4/21 at noon) 9:00 PM NOVA: SECRETS OF NOAH'S ARK A 3,700-year-old inscribed clay tablet reveals a surprising new version of the Biblical flood story, complete with how-to instructions for assembling an ark. Following the directions, expert boat builders assemble and launch a massive reed boat. (Repeats 4/18 at 2:00am, 4/18 at noon and 4/21 at 11:00am) 10:00 PM BREAKTHROUGH: THE IDEAS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: THE TELESCOPE Meet the brilliant minds throughout history, from Galileo to Edwin Hubble, responsible for creating the telescope. Today, their invention allows humanity to reach the furthest limits of seeing 13 billion light-years out. (Repeats 4/18 at 3:00am and 4/23 at noon) THURSDAY, April 18, :00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): DOCKERS (Repeats 4/19 at 1:00am) Saint Marie's mayoral elections are thrown into disarray when Victor Pearce, local entrepreneur and odds on favourite to win, is stabbed in his polling booth just as he - and the other three candidates - cast their vote. (Repeats 4/19 at 2:00am) Catherine sinks into a deep depression as she learns that Tommy is still at large. The net finally closes in on Kevin. (Repeats 4/19 at 3:00am) FRIDAY, April 19, 2019 (Repeats 4/20 at 12:30am, 4/20 at 7:00pm, 4/21 at 5:30am, 4/21 at 10:00am and 4/25 at 1:00pm) 8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): APRIL 19-21, 2019 (Repeats 4/20 at 7:30pm and 4/21 at 10:30am) 9:00 PM GARRY WINOGRAND: AMERICAN MASTERS - D Discover the life and work of Garry Winogrand, the epic storyteller in pictures who harnessed the serendipity of the streets to capture the American 1960s-70s. His "snapshot aesthetic" is now the universal language of contemporary image making. (Repeats 4/20 at 1:30am) 10:30 PM STREETS OF WYNWOOD - D Once a year, when the Art Basel fair comes to Miami, street artists from across the globe converge on the city's Wynwood neighborhood to create and compete. Each December, the walls of this former warehouse district are spectacularly transformed as new works by the world's best taggers, graffiti writers and muralists are painted over prior exhibits. STREETS OF WYNWOOD takes viewers inside this fascinating yet little-known global subculture that spans the artistic gamut from "tagging" and graffiti to towering murals of astonishing quality. Some works might endure for years, while others vanish or are defaced within days of completion. Filmed during recent Art Basel Miami festivals, the documentary is both an immersive journey into an eye-popping street art jamboree, unparalleled in any other city, and a thoughtful exploration of a burgeoning artistic movement where internationally renowned artists such as America's Shepard Fairey, Brazil's Eduardo Kobra, South Africa's Faith 47th and the mysterious Londoner known as Banksy are highly sought after by art collectors, galleries and museums. (Repeats 4/20 at 3:00am) 12:30 AM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL - MLPBS (Repeats 4/20 at 7:00pm, 4/21 at 5:30am, 4/21 at 10:00am and 4/25 at 1:00pm) SATURDAY, April 20, :00 PM MISS MARPLE: THEY DO IT WITH MIRRORS - XMAS 1991 (Repeats 4/21 at 12:30am) 10:00 PM JAMESTOWN The Rutters embark ona money-making adventure with brutal consequences. Pedro plans for advancement but needs Jocelyn's help. The Sharrows look for a way out of a compromising situation which Alice accidentally makes worse. (Repeats 4/21 at 2:30am) 11:00 PM BLUEGRASS UNDERGROUND: REV OSAGYEFO SEKOU (Repeats 4/21 at 3:30am) 11:30 PM AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: KACEY MUSGRAVES/LUKAS NELSON Live it up with some contemporary country. Texan Kacey Musgraves essays tunes from her acclaimed album "Golden Hour." Son of outlaw country legend Willie Nelson, roots rocker Lukas Nelson and his band present songs from their self-title release. (Repeats 4/21 at 4:00am) 12:30 AM MISS MARPLE: THEY DO IT WITH MIRRORS - XMAS 1991 SUNDAY, April 21, 2019 Witness the team's attempt to reunite an estranged mother and daughter who are both pregnant. Trixie's friend is devastated to discover she is pregnant. (Repeats 4/22 at 1:00am)
5 9:00 PM LES MISERABLES ON MASTERPIECE (Repeats 4/22 at 2:00am) THREE - D Cassie and Sunny interview the four male occupants of the holiday home over the millennium, whose accounts are fairly consistent. The rest of the Bishop Street Station team look at the timelines and leads from the original investigation. (Repeats 4/22 at 3:00am) 11:00 PM FRONTLINE: MARCOS DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE See April 15 description MONDAY, April 22, :00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: PHILBROOK MUSEUM HOUR 3 Tremendous Tulsa treasures abound when ROADSHOW visits Philbrook Museum of Art, including a Dali "The Art Institute" etching, a 1964 Frank Sinatra letter and a Mississippian culture effigy pot, AD. One's valued at $20,000-$30,000. (Repeats 4/23 at 1:00am, 4/26 at 4:00am, 4/27 at 4:00pm and 4/29 at noon) 9:00 PM ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: DES MOINES, IA - HOUR THREE Host Mark L. Walberg, in full beekeeper's regalia, gets a lesson in honey farming near Des Moines, Iowa, while - at a safer distance - appraiser Stuart Whitehurst discusses examples of antiques with bee motifs. Highlights include a circa 1856 Des Moines city plan, printed just before it officially became Iowa's new capital; a circa 1838 E.C. Brewster beehive clock; and a circa 1925 round Europeancut diamond and platinum ring, valued at $60,000 to $80,000. (Repeats 4/23 at 2:00am) 10:00 PM WILD WEATHER Watch an innovative documentary that illustrates how weather works by performing brave, ambitious (even unlikely) experiments that show how nature transforms simple ingredients like wind, water and temperature into something spectacular and powerful. (Repeats 4/23 at 3:00am and 4/24 at noon) TUESDAY, April 23, :00 PM BOSS: THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS Learn about the untold story of African American entrepreneurship, where skill, industriousness, ingenuity and sheer courage in the face of overwhelming odds provide the backbone of this nation's economic and social growth. Stanley Nelson directs. (Repeats 4/24 at 1:00am) 10:00 PM FRONTLINE: THE ABORTION DIVIDE Inside the fight over abortion through the stories of women struggling with unplanned pregnancies. Drawing on a landmark FRONTLINE film from the 1980s, a look at both sides of the abortion divide in a community still embroiled in the conflict. (Repeats 4/24 at 3:00am) WEDNESDAY, April 24, :00 PM NATURE: SEX, LIES AND BUTTERFLIES - D Explore the astounding abilities of butterflies 360 vision, deceptive camouflage, chemical weaponry and fantastic flight. Look beyond their bright colors and fragile beauty and follow them on one of the greatest migrations on earth. (Repeats 4/25 at 1:00am, 4/25 at 4:00am and 4/26 at noon) 9:00 PM NOVA: SAVING THE DEAD SEA There's no place on Earth like it. Cleopatra attributed her beauty to its secrets. King Herod built one of the world's first health spas on its shores. And as the biblical story goes, "rocks and fire falling from the sky" buried Sodom and Gomorrah and the sea became "the sea of salt" -- The Dead Sea. Now this wonder of the world is dying. Since 1976, its level has declined by more than sixty-five feet. Its coastline is pockmarked with thousands of sinkholes. Can the Dead Sea be saved? After more than a decade of research and debate, scientists, engineers and political leaders have come up with a daring plan, one that could not only save the sea but help bring stability to a region rife with conflict. NOVA follows this unprecedented endeavor - perhaps the world's largest water chemistry experiment ever - as scientists and engineers race to save the Dead Sea and help bring water to one of the driest regions on Earth. (Repeats 4/25 at 2:00am, 4/25 at noon and 4/28 at 11:00am) 10:00 PM BREAKTHROUGH: THE IDEAS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD: THE AIRPLANE Take to the sky with the dreamers whose work gave humans the ability to fly. From Leonardo da Vinci's "flying machines" to the modern commercial plane, without these inventions, we may have never left the ground. (Repeats 4/25 at 3:00am and 4/30 at noon) THURSDAY, April 25, :00 PM NEW TRICKS (JMCO): OLD DOGS (Repeats 4/26 at 1:00am) (Repeats 4/26 at 2:00am) Things get tense at Catherine's birthday party when a drunken Daniel reveals a different version of past events with Becky. (Repeats 4/26 at 3:00am)
6 FRIDAY, April 26, 2019 (Repeats 4/27 at 12:30am, 4/27 at 7:00pm, 4/28 at 5:30am and 4/28 at 10:00am) 8:30 PM NEW YORK NOW (NY): APRIL 26-28, 2019 (Repeats 4/27 at 7:30pm and 4/28 at 10:30am) 9:00 PM STATE OF THE ART - D A journey of artistic discovery: 100,000 miles, 1,000 destinations in the search for 100 under-recognized American artists for one unforgettable exhibition. The curatorial team of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas crisscrossed the nation to find extraordinary contemporary art happening in unexpected places. This film captures the personal stories of seven diverse artists from Crystal Bridges' groundbreaking exhibit who are redefining the American aesthetic. (Repeats 4/27 at 1:30am) 10:00 PM INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY: FROM ST. PETERSBURG (Repeats 4/27 at 2:30am) 12:30 AM MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL - MLPBS (Repeats 4/27 at 7:00pm, 4/28 at 5:30am and 4/28 at 10:00am) SATURDAY, April 27, :00 PM MISS MARPLE: MIRROR CRACKED FROM SIDE TO SIDE - XMAS 1992 (Repeats 4/28 at 12:30am) 10:03 PM JAMESTOWN A challenge from the Pamunkey leads to heartache for the Sharrows and tests Yeardley's ability to defuse the conflict. Maria's behavior comes under scrutiny, while Christopher joins the town's political games to impress Jocelyn. (Repeats 4/28 at 2:33am) 11:00 PM BLUEGRASS UNDERGROUND: TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS See how the Troubadours have honed their rowdy, quick-witted sound over the years. With a raw energy and a knack for capturing slices of life in vivid detail, the band has evolved from acoustic explorations to full-throttle roadhouse country twang. (Repeats 4/28 at 3:30am) 11:30 PM AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: FATHER JOHN MISTY/THE BLACK ANGELS Enjoy an hour of unconventional rock with Father John Misty and the Black Angels. Singer/songwriter Father John Misty showcases the lush sarcasm of his recent album Pure Comedy. Psych rockers the Black Angels highlight the dark grunge of Death Song. (Repeats 4/28 at 4:00am) 12:30 AM MISS MARPLE: MIRROR CRACKED FROM SIDE TO SIDE - XMAS 1992 SUNDAY, April 28, 2019 Join Trixie as she cares for a young woman who is diagnosed with an intersex condition. A pregnant woman's husband begins experiencing inexplicable pain similar to her symptoms. (Repeats 4/29 at 12:30am) 9:00 PM LES MISERABLES ON MASTERPIECE (Repeats 4/29 at 1:30am) FOUR - D Cassie and Sunny suspect that the men colluded in lying about their version of events for that evening, but why? The press begin to circle as they find out that James has been questioned in connection to the Hayley Reid case. (Repeats 4/29 at 2:30am) 11:00 PM INDEPENDENT LENS: CHARM CITY - D Meet a group of Baltimore citizens, police and government officials as they cope with the consequences of three years of unparalleled violence. With grit, fury and compassion, they're trying to reclaim their city's future. 12:30 AM CALL THE MIDWIFE See April 28 description MONDAY, April 29, :00 PM NATURE: AMERICAN SPRING LIVE: BIRTH AND REBIRTH (Repeats 4/30 at 1:00am) 9:00 PM KOREA: THE NEVER-ENDING WAR Discover more about the world we live in by shedding new light on a geopolitical hot spot. Often considered a "forgotten war," the Korean War was an important turning point in world history that still reverberates today. (Repeats 4/30 at 2:00am) TUESDAY, April 30, :00 PM NATURE: AMERICAN SPRING LIVE: MIGRATION 9:00 PM ROCKIES: KINGDOMS OF THE SKY Experience the amazing wildlife and remarkable people who inhabit this 3,000-mile mountain range, home to cougars, wolverines, wolves and grizzlies. Daredevil wingsuit fliers jump from high peaks and Native Americans compete in breakneck horse races. 10:00 PM FRONTLINE: THE LAST SURVIVORS A landmark documentary about some of the last survivors of the Holocaust. Only children at the time, these now elderly survivors
7 reflect on how the trauma of the Holocaust has affected the rest of their lives.