The Story of the Coast Salish Knitters Watch December 8, 11:00pm Program Info Airdates Related Comments Duration: 52min Combining the ancient wool-working traditions of the Coast Salish people and knitting techniques of English and Scottish settlers, Cowichan sweaters have become a symbol of Canadas West Coast. This is the story of the people who make them. Share Ratings 5 Log in to rate programs. British Columbia History Report a Problem Next On TV Fri, Dec 8 at 11:00pm Set a Reminder Fri, Dec 8 at 11:00pm Related Programs Bond of Strangers It was a turning point in WWII, a mission whose significance has often been overlooked. In 1943, after landing on Sicily's shores, Canadian soldiers trekked 300 kilometres through... National Geographic Specials - Quest for the Lost Maya Follow archaeologists as they uncover evidence of an unknown Mayan society based in the Yucatán Peninsula of southern Mexico. New Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure Arabist, writer and explorer Alice Morrison attempts to follow the ancient "Salt Roads", once... Grass Legendary director Ron Mann brings his impeccable research and storytelling skills to this history of recreational marijuana use in the late 20th century. Funny yet political, Grass charts the loss in... Tudor Farm Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold go back in time to run a farm exactly as it would have been in 1500, during the reign of the first Tudor king, Henry VII.... A Window Looking In Coast Modern Travelling along the Pacific Northwest coastline from LA to Vancouver, this stunning documentary showcases the pioneers... British Columbia: From Pioneers to Protesters This documentary takes us on a journey through British Columbia’s early history, recounting the influence of the First Nations, the... Churchill's First World War Disgraced by disasters in Gallipoli, and with his political reputation in tatters, Churchill was all but finished. Through letters he sent from the trenches to his... View the discussion thread.