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TV Schedule

12:00am
Codes of Honour
S1 E3 - Fears of a Nazi collaborator lead to letters being screened, while a patriot is torn between sheltering her deserter husband or turning him in.
1:00am
The Invisible Wound
S2 E1 - When Janet King is chosen to head up a Royal Commission into suburban gun crime, she believes solving a murder will uncover what's fueling the violence.
2:00am
Goverment
S1 E1 - Denmark prepares for parliamentary elections and Birgitte Nyborg, facing her first election as party leader, decides at the last minute to head in her own direction.
3:00am
Guadeloupe
S2 E3 - The largest island of the Lesser Antilles,Guadeloupe is home to a very diverse community. Despite the high cost of living, harmony reigns over the archipelago's rich array of cultures and faiths.
4:00am
The Artistic Garden
E3 - Monty Don turns to France's famous artistic tradition to see what influence it has had on the country's gardens.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 17, 4:00am
5:00am
Cat Out of the Bag
S7 E11 - Hope tries to make two orphaned bobcats into playmates, and 100 patients are ready for release after months of waiting. A rare bird makes a brief stopover at Hope For Wildlife.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 7, 7:00pm
Thu Jul 8, 6:00pm
Sat Jul 10, 12:00pm
Sat Jul 10, 6:00pm
Sun Jul 11, 1:00pm
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On air
S4 E1 - Known as the windy city, Chicago is a multi-layered metropolis, both architecturally and socially.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Hawke's Bay
S2 E4 - Neil Oliver tries a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at a haven for vulnerable species. Historian Riria Hotere checks out an innovative fishing method.
Additional Dates
Tue Jun 22, 4:00am
Sat Jun 26, 11:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 2:00am
Sun Jun 27, 5:00pm
8:00pm
Last Days of Pompeii, The
E2 - Bettany investigates Pompeii's incredibly preserved bath houses and complex water systems to see if they hold any clues to what happened leading up to the eruption.
Additional Dates
Fri Jun 25, 7:00pm
9:00pm
Italy
E1 - Waldemar Januszczak begins his journey at St. Peter's in Rome, and details the birth of the Baroque tradition as it burst forth in Italy. (1 of 3)
Additional Dates
Tue Jun 22, 12:00am
10:00pm
A Double Whodunnit
S7 E4 - Can Fiona and Philip prove who painted two rare portraits of black Britons from the 18th and 19th centuries?
Additional Dates
Tue Jun 22, 1:00am
11:00pm
Credit Where It's Due
E10 - A rookie train dispatcher is put through the wringer when huge crowds arrive for the York Races.
12:00am
Italy
E1 - Waldemar Januszczak begins his journey at St. Peter's in Rome, and details the birth of the Baroque tradition as it burst forth in Italy. (1 of 3)
1:00am
A Double Whodunnit
S7 E4 - Can Fiona and Philip prove who painted two rare portraits of black Britons from the 18th and 19th centuries?
2:00am
Allegory Of Love
S3 E1 - The day after Dorian Crane's book launch party, a young barmaid is found savagely murdered with an antique Persian mirror. Lewis and Hathaway get pulled into the world of Oxford's literary elite.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 16, 2:00am
3:35am
The Tolt, the Droke, and the Blasthole Pond River with Marlene Creates
S4 E44 - Marlene's home backs onto an expansive forest and a river that originates in the Blasthole Pond. Her art is woven into this landscape: a mixture of poetry, photography, installation, and observation.
Additional Dates
Thu Jun 24, 4:35am
Fri Jul 30, 3:35am
4:00am
Hawke's Bay
S2 E4 - Neil Oliver tries a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at a haven for vulnerable species. Historian Riria Hotere checks out an innovative fishing method.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 11:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 2:00am
Sun Jun 27, 5:00pm
5:00am
House and Home
S7 E12 - Change sweeps through Hope for Wildlife as the rehab centre moves into the new facility. Hope has more white-tailed deer than any previous year.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 14, 7:00pm
Thu Jul 15, 6:00pm
Sat Jul 17, 12:00pm
Sat Jul 17, 6:00pm
Sun Jul 18, 1:00pm
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
E1 - From a security guard's first day to the chaos caused by a lightning strike at Newcastle station, find out why there's no such thing as a typical day on one of the UK's busiest railways.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 11:00pm
7:00pm
Clayoquot Sound
S1 E2 - After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, BC, communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive.
Additional Dates
Wed Jun 23, 6:00pm
Wed Jun 23, 11:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 2:00pm
8:00pm
Endless Forms Most Beautiful
E3 - Brian Cox asks how a lifeless cosmos can produce a planet of such varied biology.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 4:00pm
Many artists and musical forms played a role in the creation of rock, but Native American influence is an integral part of music history - despite attempts to erase Indian culture in the USA.
Additional Dates
Wed Jun 23, 12:00am
Framed around the pending transfer from the Royal BC Museum back to their rightful Indigenous community, we are taken through the discovery, preservation and rededication of human remains and artifacts.
Additional Dates
Wed Jun 23, 2:00am
Many artists and musical forms played a role in the creation of rock, but Native American influence is an integral part of music history - despite attempts to erase Indian culture in the USA.
Framed around the pending transfer from the Royal BC Museum back to their rightful Indigenous community, we are taken through the discovery, preservation and rededication of human remains and artifacts.
Lisa Batiashvili and Yannick Nezet-Seguin join the Berliner Philharmoniker in Smetana's Vitava from Ma vlast and Dvorak's Violin Concerto in A minor and Symphony No. 6 in D major.
5:00am
Aguas de Marco
S7 E13 - Injured and orphaned animals keep Hope busy from the first big snowfall right through to the spring thaw. Valentine's Day brings romance and rescues to the rehab.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 21, 7:00pm
Thu Jul 22, 6:00pm
Sat Jul 24, 12:00pm
Sat Jul 24, 6:00pm
Sun Jul 25, 1:00pm
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
Clayoquot Sound
S1 E2 - After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, BC, communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive.
Additional Dates
Wed Jun 23, 11:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 2:00pm
7:00pm
Axis Mundi
S7 E9 - A handful of weasels from winter are finally ready for release into the wild, and a gull that hatched on the farm flies free.
Additional Dates
Thu Jun 24, 6:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 12:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 6:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 1:00pm
8:00pm
The Early Years
E1 - Accusations of racism and hypocrisy follow Gandhi from his early years in India to his controversial career in South Africa.
Additional Dates
Thu Jun 24, 12:00am
9:00pm
Boswell & Johnson's Scottish Road Trip
E3 - Frank and Denise travel to the remotest islands of the Hebrides - including the "Cradle of Christianity," Iona and Mull, before finishing their journey in Boswell's grand ancestral home, Auchinleck.
Additional Dates
Thu Jun 24, 1:00am
10:00pm
Return of the Wall
E6 - Why have walls of steel and razor wire gone up in Europe and the United States? And, what happened to the international commitment to give refugees asylum?
Additional Dates
Thu Jun 24, 2:00am
11:00pm
Clayoquot Sound
S1 E2 - After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, BC, communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 2:00pm
12:00am
The Early Years
E1 - Accusations of racism and hypocrisy follow Gandhi from his early years in India to his controversial career in South Africa.
1:00am
Boswell & Johnson's Scottish Road Trip
E3 - Frank and Denise travel to the remotest islands of the Hebrides - including the "Cradle of Christianity," Iona and Mull, before finishing their journey in Boswell's grand ancestral home, Auchinleck.
2:00am
Return of the Wall
E6 - Why have walls of steel and razor wire gone up in Europe and the United States? And, what happened to the international commitment to give refugees asylum?
3:00am
Counter Culture Blues
S3 E4 - Loud gunshots on a local estate interrupt an Oxford church service, and Lewis and Hathaway are interrupted from their quiet Sunday plans to investigate.
Additional Dates
Tue Jul 13, 2:00am
4:35am
The Tolt, the Droke, and the Blasthole Pond River with Marlene Creates
S4 E44 - Marlene's home backs onto an expansive forest and a river that originates in the Blasthole Pond. Her art is woven into this landscape: a mixture of poetry, photography, installation, and observation.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 30, 3:35am
5:00am
A New Hope
S1 E1 - Meet Hope and her army of volunteers, who rescue, rehabilitate and release more than a thousand wild animals every year.
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
Axis Mundi
S7 E9 - A handful of weasels from winter are finally ready for release into the wild, and a gull that hatched on the farm flies free.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 12:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 6:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 1:00pm
7:00pm
S2 E4 - The Lofoten Islands' stunning mountains, breathtaking fjords and spectacular northern lights have created a thriving tourism industry, but the locals have stayed true to their authentic lifestyle.
Additional Dates
Fri Jun 25, 6:00pm
Sat Jun 26, 3:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 12:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jun 28, 3:00am
8:00pm
Scottish Borders
S2 E6 - Rob investigates the Waverley route which ran south from Edinburgh and across the Scottish borders to Carlisle.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 5:00pm
Terminal cancer patient James Pollard, a seasoned theatre producer, rallies his family and friends to turn death on its head and stretch his final years into an unconventional project.
Additional Dates
Fri Jun 25, 12:00am
As housing costs in cities around the world skyrocket, Vancouverites fight to preserve homes as living spaces, not global commodities.
Terminal cancer patient James Pollard, a seasoned theatre producer, rallies his family and friends to turn death on its head and stretch his final years into an unconventional project.
2:00am
And The Moon Beams Kiss The Sea
S2 E2 - In the basement of Oxford's Bodleian Library, a man is found shot in the head. Lewis and Hathaway's investigation takes them into the secrets of Oxford life.
3:35am
Athabasca Sand Dunes with Sandra Meigs
S5 E6 - Inspired by her travels to the Athabasca Sand Dunes, Sandra Meigs completes a very large painting featuring an imaginary sand dune creature.
Erected on a large granite rock in the sea and accessible only by foot at low tide, the Romanesque Benedictine Abbey Mont Saint-Michel in France is one of the world's most iconic historical landmarks.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 4:00am
5:00am
S1 E2 - Hope needs to prepare for her most important fundraiser of the year, but Mother Nature has other plans. The spring baby boom begins and Hope is up to her neck in orphaned raccoons and squirrels.
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
6:00pm
S2 E4 - The Lofoten Islands' stunning mountains, breathtaking fjords and spectacular northern lights have created a thriving tourism industry, but the locals have stayed true to their authentic lifestyle.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 3:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 12:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jun 28, 3:00am
7:00pm
Last Days of Pompeii, The
E2 - Bettany investigates Pompeii's incredibly preserved bath houses and complex water systems to see if they hold any clues to what happened leading up to the eruption.
8:00pm
Call the Midwife
S6 E6 - Single, expectant mother Marnie Wallace buckles under the strains of pregnancy and enters a painful arrangement with her cousin.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 12:00am
9:00pm
Shetland
S3 E1 - Detective Jimmy Perez and his team re-open a murder investigation when Shetlander Thomas Malone has his conviction overturned after 23 years in jail.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 1:00am
10:00pm
Jack Irish
S1 E1 - Australian debt collector Jack Irish finds himself under suspicion when he takes on the case of a businessman's missing brother.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 2:00am
11:00pm
The Missing
S1 E7 - Three years after Oliver's disappearance another young boy goes missing. In the present day, Tony and Emily return to France to continue their search.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 3:00am
12:00am
Call the Midwife
S6 E6 - Single, expectant mother Marnie Wallace buckles under the strains of pregnancy and enters a painful arrangement with her cousin.
1:00am
Shetland
S3 E1 - Detective Jimmy Perez and his team re-open a murder investigation when Shetlander Thomas Malone has his conviction overturned after 23 years in jail.
2:00am
Jack Irish
S1 E1 - Australian debt collector Jack Irish finds himself under suspicion when he takes on the case of a businessman's missing brother.
3:00am
The Missing
S1 E7 - Three years after Oliver's disappearance another young boy goes missing. In the present day, Tony and Emily return to France to continue their search.
4:00am
A Good Place Within
E3 - Using video games and music as a springboard, Richard Clay turns the camera on our own personal utopias to discover the many ways we imagine the perfect society. Interviews include Sid Meier.
5:00am
S1 E3 - Hope and her team scramble to rescue a litter of orphaned fox pups. She then faces a tough decision about an owl that may be carrying a disease deadly to humans.
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
12:00pm
Axis Mundi
S7 E9 - A handful of weasels from winter are finally ready for release into the wild, and a gull that hatched on the farm flies free.
Additional Dates
Sat Jun 26, 6:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 1:00pm
S4 E1 - Known as the windy city, Chicago is a multi-layered metropolis, both architecturally and socially.
2:00pm
Clayoquot Sound
S1 E2 - After years of conflict over logging in Clayoquot Sound, BC, communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive.
3:00pm
S2 E4 - The Lofoten Islands' stunning mountains, breathtaking fjords and spectacular northern lights have created a thriving tourism industry, but the locals have stayed true to their authentic lifestyle.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 12:00pm
Sun Jun 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jun 28, 3:00am
4:00pm
Endless Forms Most Beautiful
E3 - Brian Cox asks how a lifeless cosmos can produce a planet of such varied biology.
5:00pm
S2 E6 - Rob investigates the Waverley route which ran south from Edinburgh and across the Scottish borders to Carlisle.
6:00pm
Axis Mundi
S7 E9 - A handful of weasels from winter are finally ready for release into the wild, and a gull that hatched on the farm flies free.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 1:00pm
7:00pm
S1 E2 - Ray Mears heads to Britain's birdwatching capital on the Norfolk coast where he explores the shingle spit that attracts hundreds of grey and common seals.
8:00pm
Hollywood Or Bust
S9 E10 - Two men arrive in Aidenfield on the pretense of scouting a location for a feature film; however, Mike is not convinced. Ashfordly continues his dispute with his gun-toting neighbour Clegghorn.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 18, 3:00am
9:00pm
Shadows in the Sky
S5 E4 - When dock worker Owen Thorne plunges from the roof of a multi-storey car park while picking up his daughter from her school prom, Vera immediately suspects foul play.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 12:00am
10:35pm
E7 - Griff explores grassland hills formed on a bedrock of limestone in the Cotswolds.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 1:35am
11:00pm
Hawke's Bay
S2 E4 - Neil Oliver tries a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at a haven for vulnerable species. Historian Riria Hotere checks out an innovative fishing method.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 2:00am
Sun Jun 27, 5:00pm
12:00am
Shadows in the Sky
S5 E4 - When dock worker Owen Thorne plunges from the roof of a multi-storey car park while picking up his daughter from her school prom, Vera immediately suspects foul play.
1:35am
E7 - Griff explores grassland hills formed on a bedrock of limestone in the Cotswolds.
2:00am
Hawke's Bay
S2 E4 - Neil Oliver tries a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at a haven for vulnerable species. Historian Riria Hotere checks out an innovative fishing method.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 5:00pm
3:00am
Always a Copper
S9 E7 - Mike discovers a suspect for the recent house burglaries, and Greengrass tries to impress tourists with the history of Aidensfield.
4:00am
Of Forests and Lakes
E3 - We start off in the Gulf of Bothnia where learn about Finnish tango and their love for sauna. We then visit the world's biggest archipelago around Turku, vast lakes, ancient carvings, and more.
5:00am
Chase the Seal
S1 E4 - Everyone is in love with the newest arrival at Hope for Wildlife, and two beautiful birds arrive with little hope for survival.
From 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to noon weekends, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
12:00pm
S2 E4 - The Lofoten Islands' stunning mountains, breathtaking fjords and spectacular northern lights have created a thriving tourism industry, but the locals have stayed true to their authentic lifestyle.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jun 28, 3:00am
1:00pm
Axis Mundi
S7 E9 - A handful of weasels from winter are finally ready for release into the wild, and a gull that hatched on the farm flies free.
2:00pm
Twentieth Century Murdoch
S5 E13 - Murdoch investigates the claims of a man who says his time travels to the future provided him with information that allowed him to stop crimes.
Additional Dates
Sun Jun 27, 6:00pm
Scandinavia comes to the stage of the National Concert Hall of Taipei with Vasily Petrenko conducting Tveitt's "A Hundred Folk Tunes," Sibelius' Symphony No.2 and Elgar's Cello Concerto featuring Norwegian cellist Truls Mork.
Additional Dates
Wed Jun 30, 3:00am
5:00pm
Hawke's Bay
S2 E4 - Neil Oliver tries a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at a haven for vulnerable species. Historian Riria Hotere checks out an innovative fishing method.
6:00pm
Twentieth Century Murdoch
S5 E13 - Murdoch investigates the claims of a man who says his time travels to the future provided him with information that allowed him to stop crimes.
7:00pm
Wild France
E2 - Sea water and fresh water come together to produce a unique and fascinating ecosystem.
8:00pm
Trekkers
S1 E4 - Farmer Finch hires some "trekkers," families displaced by the bombing, as cheap labour, but a break-in at the manor house leads to trouble.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 12:00am
9:00pm
Here and Now
S2 E2 - Janet focuses her Royal Commission on two lines of inquiry: the origin of Healy's weapon, and the heap of cash left behind.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 1:00am
10:00pm
Count to 90
S1 E2 - Birgitte is undeniably the winner of the election, but focus now turns to the negotiation of alliances and the forming of a new government.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 2:00am
11:00pm
S2 E4 - The Lofoten Islands' stunning mountains, breathtaking fjords and spectacular northern lights have created a thriving tourism industry, but the locals have stayed true to their authentic lifestyle.
Additional Dates
Mon Jun 28, 3:00am