New Family Camera Watch April 17, 10:00pm Program Info Airdates Related Comments Year: 2018 Duration: 59min A moving look at 150 years of Canadian history through the iconic family photograph. Through the stories of five exceptional Canadian families, Family Camera explores how these images document our lives and bear witness to our history. Storyville Share Ratings 0 Log in to rate programs. History Report a Problem Next On TV Tue, Apr 17 at 10:00pm Set a Reminder Tue, Apr 17 at 10:00pm Wed, Apr 18 at 1:00am Additional Broadcast Dates Wed, Apr 18 at 1:00am Related Programs The Hollow Tree For well over a century, visitors to Vancouver’s Stanley Park have posed for photos in the Hollow Tree. But when the 2006 windstorm ripped through the park, the already weak tree... Coast Season 8 This season, our team of experts explore invaders of all kinds, from a forgotten WWI Zeppelin blitz to an onslaught of water voles, tell surprising stories of love and death at sea, and look at the... Canada Over the Edge Season 4 Seen from above, an iceberg takes on a vastly different appearance. So does the rest of the country in Canada Over the Edge, with its bird's-eye view of stunning landscapes and... Lost Kingdoms of Central America Temples clinging to the sides of volcanoes. Stunning artifacts infused with intriguing meaning. Sprawling citadels and inaccessible tombs. Like Indiana Jones -... Calculating Ada: The Countess of Computing Follows British mathematician Hannah Fry as she explores Ada Lovelace's extraordinary life, her engrossing relationship with Charles Babbage and... Fake or Fortune? Season 5 Art detectives Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce investigate more thrilling cases of art world mystery, intrigue and deception. In season five of Fake or Fortune?, they'll take on what... Around the World in 80 Treasures Combining history and travel, this series gives viewers a tour of the world's most breathtaking man-made treasures. Discover awe-inspiring temples, towers,... In Search of Haydn Joseph Haydn is the composer whom Mozart and Beethoven revered, yet he is too often overshadowed by his younger contemporaries. Director Phil Grabsky hopes to redress the balance... 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... View the discussion thread.