Baseball Girls Watch July 4, 4:00am Program Info Airdates Related Comments Year: 1995 Duration: 48min This zany film from the NFB looks at female baseball and softball stars from the past and present. Archival stills and 1940s film footage reveal the little-known world of women's ball, with roots well over 100 years old. Share Ratings 1 Log in to rate programs. History Social Issues Report a Problem Next On TV Tue, Jul 4 at 4:00am Set a Reminder Tue, Jul 4 at 4:00am Tue, Aug 1 at 4:00am Additional Broadcast Dates Tue, Aug 1 at 4:00am Related Programs Secret History of the British Garden What hidden messages were found in a forgotten 17th-century garden? Why did formal gardens with clipped hedges and topiary bushes fall out of fashion?... Homemade A diverse range of BC artists, athletes and celebrities share what home means to them. C.D. Hoy: Portraits From the Frontier This fascinating documentary traces the life and work of C.D. Hoy, one of Canada's most famous early photographers. This extraordinary story traces Hoy... The Crusades Bloody and brutal, the Crusades were meant to be the religious wars to end all others. Except they didn’t, and in modern times, their history has been hijacked by politics and religious... Oil Sands Karaoke Fort McMurray is at the centre of a new gold rush. Thousands of men and women have been drawn to the northern boomtown with the promise of high-paying jobs in one of the most... When I Walk In 2006, 25-year-old Vancouver filmmaker Jason DaSilva was on vacation at the beach when, suddenly, he fell down. He couldn’t get back up. His disease - multiple sclerosis, diagnosed just a... Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World Director Charles Wilkinson’s film explores the breathtakingly beautiful archipelago off BC’s northwest coast - home to a dedicated community uniting to... Catch the Westbound Train This short documentary by Vancouver-based director Sean Patrick Shaul highlights the unique history of the Great Depression in Vancouver and the influx of transient men... Men Who Swim A humorous and poignant look at a group of middle-aged men who have found unlikely success as members of Swedens all-male synchronized swimming team. View the discussion thread.