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TV Schedule

12:00am
China on Film
E2 - The first-ever colour film recorded of China captures the sacred and profane in 1930s Beijing. Other filmmakers document the struggle for China and the victorious People's Liberation Army.
1:00am
Fire
E1 - Survivors of the tragic New Cross fire that killed 13 Black teens in 1981 recount their experiences of growing up Black and British in a time of rising racial tensions and police harassment.
E1 - Historian David Olusoga reveals that, despite popular opinion, not all slave owners were the era's super-rich. They also included everyday shop owners, widows and clergymen.
3:00am
E2 - Australia was part of a super-continent, its deserts covered in forests. Once joined to Antarctica, it split off and moved northwards into warmer climes, while Antarctica became an icy wasteland.
On air
4:00am
The Legacy
S3 E2 - At Gronnegaard, Emily is preparing for Melody's birthday. Meanwhile, Frederik is suffering the consequences of his absence- how will he prove his worth and regain the trust of his family?
5:00am
Letting Go
S3 E13 - It is Hope's open house and with it brings incredible releases! A long-term patient is snared in red tape, and Hope hears big news that will change everything.
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
Costa Rica
S2 E8 - The Pacific coast of Costa Rica is a biodiversity hotspot, hosting nearly 5,000 species of marine life.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 12:00pm
Sat Feb 11, 6:00pm
Sun Feb 12, 1:00pm
S5 E4 - Valparaiso suffered greatly with the opening of the Panama Canal, but in recent years it has experienced an urban renewal, a liveliness that can be felt all over the city.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 3:00pm
Sun Feb 12, 12:00pm
Sun Feb 12, 11:00pm
Mon Feb 13, 3:00am
8:00pm
S2 E2 - Michael explores Milan's long-standing history as a fashion centre, takes in romantic Lake Como, and experiences why Edwardian tourists were so besotted with Venice.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 5:00pm
Stanley Nelson's chronicle of the Black Panther Party tells the story of its rise and fall, with insights from Panther leaders, police, FBI agents, journalists, supporters and detractors.
Additional Dates
Fri Feb 10, 12:00am
S3 E1 - The bustle as people get ready for the holidays makes for a busy emergency room.
Stanley Nelson's chronicle of the Black Panther Party tells the story of its rise and fall, with insights from Panther leaders, police, FBI agents, journalists, supporters and detractors.
2:00am
Murdoch Night in Canada
S5 E12 - Toronto's hockey championship fortunes rest on Murdoch's shoulders when he investigates the death of the team captain.
3:00am
Headstone
S3 E2 - Jack is in a race against time to locate a former nemesis, Ronan Meyers, who has been kidnapped and held for ransom.
E5 - Ray uses the Derwent River as his guide to the breathtaking Borrowdale valley, a place of ancient rainforests and home to some very special wildlife - including peregrine falcons.
5:00am
Hope For Marine Life Pt. 1
S4 E1 - The first baby mammal of the year arrives earlier than expected, but this species has never brought anything but heartbreak to Hope and her team.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 7:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 3:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 6:00pm
Sun Feb 19, 12:00pm
Mon Feb 20, 6:00pm
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
Surviving Civilization
E6 - Deep in the Northwest Passage, Richard enters a surreal world where civilization has had very mixed results.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Wonderland
E6 - The ecosystems of the Bahamas depend on each other to survive through an intricate food web that connects them.
8:00pm
Call the Midwife
S9 E7 - A patient's wife refuses to accept further help. A first-time father frustrates Nurse Crane when he insists on being present for his child's birth.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 12:00am
9:00pm
Bad Love
S24 E2 - When a swimming instructor is found murdered in her flat, trace evidence from the scene identifies two suspects, including a former cop.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 1:00am
E4 - Julie Walters heads to the town that inspired Thomas the Tank Engine and then to the famed Ffestiniog Railway through Snowdonia National Park.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 3:00am
12:00am
Call the Midwife
S9 E7 - A patient's wife refuses to accept further help. A first-time father frustrates Nurse Crane when he insists on being present for his child's birth.
1:00am
Bad Love
S24 E2 - When a swimming instructor is found murdered in her flat, trace evidence from the scene identifies two suspects, including a former cop.
E4 - Julie Walters heads to the town that inspired Thomas the Tank Engine and then to the famed Ffestiniog Railway through Snowdonia National Park.
4:00am
Call the Midwife
S5 E7 - With modern medical advances changing things for the better, even Dr. Turner and Shelagh are forced to consider their own lifestyles. Fred helps run Violet's shop when she hurts her back.
5:00am
Hope For Marine Life Pt. 2
S4 E2 - Spring blossoms into full swing and Hope struggles to save a seal for the first time.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 23, 7:00pm
Sat Feb 25, 3:00pm
Sat Feb 25, 6:00pm
Sun Feb 26, 12:00pm
Mon Feb 27, 6:00pm
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.
12:00pm
Costa Rica
S2 E8 - The Pacific coast of Costa Rica is a biodiversity hotspot, hosting nearly 5,000 species of marine life.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 11, 6:00pm
Sun Feb 12, 1:00pm
1:00pm
Surviving Civilization
E6 - Deep in the Northwest Passage, Richard enters a surreal world where civilization has had very mixed results.
2:00pm
Waiting for Winter
S2 E3 - Hudson Bay is home to the world's most southerly polar bear population, whose struggle for survival during the lean summer months is intensifying due to climate change.
S5 E4 - Valparaiso suffered greatly with the opening of the Panama Canal, but in recent years it has experienced an urban renewal, a liveliness that can be felt all over the city.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 12:00pm
Sun Feb 12, 11:00pm
Mon Feb 13, 3:00am
4:00pm
Attenborough’s Life in Colour
E1 - From the peacock's magnificent tail to a mandrill baboon's striking facemask, animals use colour in many spectacular ways - to attract attention, win a mate and fight off enemies.
S2 E2 - Michael explores Milan's long-standing history as a fashion centre, takes in romantic Lake Como, and experiences why Edwardian tourists were so besotted with Venice.
6:00pm
Costa Rica
S2 E8 - The Pacific coast of Costa Rica is a biodiversity hotspot, hosting nearly 5,000 species of marine life.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Young & Vulnerable
E1 - In Zambia's South Luangwa National Park, a young lion cub gets in trouble when he wanders away from the pride, while his cousins must face their unhappy new step-dad.
8:00pm
Mackerel Sky
S12 E23 - David's taxi is forced off the road by a red sports car. Jenny visits Merton and arranges to cook supper at his house. Vernon discovers that his prized painting has been stolen.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 3:00am
9:00pm
The Fall of the House of Crockett
S1 E1 - When a man is shot in the mansion of one of Bath's most prominent industrialists, unlikely duo DCI McDonald and DS Dodds join forces to find the killer.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 12:00am
10:35pm
James Nesbitt's Ireland
E6 - James meets a baker who is at the heart of the country's growing artisan food movement, tries his hand at spear-fishing, and pays a visit to the Burren perfumery.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 1:35am
11:00pm
The Science of Spying
E3 - David Jason searches out Britain's eccentric amateur inventors and backyard boffins, who played a key role in the defeat of Hitler and created the machinery of 21st-century surveillance.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 2:00am
Sun Feb 12, 5:10pm
12:00am
The Fall of the House of Crockett
S1 E1 - When a man is shot in the mansion of one of Bath's most prominent industrialists, unlikely duo DCI McDonald and DS Dodds join forces to find the killer.
1:35am
James Nesbitt's Ireland
E6 - James meets a baker who is at the heart of the country's growing artisan food movement, tries his hand at spear-fishing, and pays a visit to the Burren perfumery.
2:00am
The Science of Spying
E3 - David Jason searches out Britain's eccentric amateur inventors and backyard boffins, who played a key role in the defeat of Hitler and created the machinery of 21st-century surveillance.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 5:10pm
3:00am
Mackerel Sky
S12 E23 - David's taxi is forced off the road by a red sports car. Jenny visits Merton and arranges to cook supper at his house. Vernon discovers that his prized painting has been stolen.
S1 E6 - At a gala performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore, there is a bizarre death onstage. Phryne must solve an old murder, find a new murderer and banish the theatre's ghost.
5:00am
Shubie & Kayla
S4 E3 - A new volunteer and a rascal raven become roommates at the rehab. People take wildlife as pets, causing problems for Hope.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 2, 7:00pm
Sat Mar 4, 3:00pm
Sat Mar 4, 6:00pm
Sun Mar 5, 12:00pm
Mon Mar 6, 6:00pm
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.
S5 E4 - Valparaiso suffered greatly with the opening of the Panama Canal, but in recent years it has experienced an urban renewal, a liveliness that can be felt all over the city.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 11:00pm
Mon Feb 13, 3:00am
1:00pm
Costa Rica
S2 E8 - The Pacific coast of Costa Rica is a biodiversity hotspot, hosting nearly 5,000 species of marine life.
2:00pm
Murdoch in Ragtime
S7 E10 - When the lead singer of a travelling ragtime group turns up dead, Murdoch looks to the group's complicated past for answers.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 12, 6:00pm
Puccini's popular opera about a trusting woman and betrayed love comes to the screen in the award-winning 1995 film adaptation by director Frederic Mitterrand. Stars Ying Huang and Richard Troxell.
5:10pm
The Science of Spying
E3 - David Jason searches out Britain's eccentric amateur inventors and backyard boffins, who played a key role in the defeat of Hitler and created the machinery of 21st-century surveillance.
6:00pm
Murdoch in Ragtime
S7 E10 - When the lead singer of a travelling ragtime group turns up dead, Murdoch looks to the group's complicated past for answers.
7:00pm
E5 - Across the thousands of islands of Indonesia, we discover how a mosaic of habitats has become a dragon's domain.
8:00pm
Death in Paradise
S9 E7 - DI Neville Parker and the team are stumped when the owner of a hair salon is killed in front of her family without anyone seeing what happened.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 13, 12:00am
9:00pm
Unforgotten
S2 E5 - Cassie turns her attention to the goings-on at the Brentford house and the theory that one or more of the suspects may have been abused at the gatherings that took place there.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 13, 1:00am
10:00pm
Line of Duty
S5 E2 - Kate and Steve attempt to track down the undercover officer embedded in an organized crime group. A police leak enables another audacious raid.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 13, 2:00am
S5 E4 - Valparaiso suffered greatly with the opening of the Panama Canal, but in recent years it has experienced an urban renewal, a liveliness that can be felt all over the city.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 13, 3:00am
12:00am
Death in Paradise
S9 E7 - DI Neville Parker and the team are stumped when the owner of a hair salon is killed in front of her family without anyone seeing what happened.
1:00am
Unforgotten
S2 E5 - Cassie turns her attention to the goings-on at the Brentford house and the theory that one or more of the suspects may have been abused at the gatherings that took place there.
2:00am
Line of Duty
S5 E2 - Kate and Steve attempt to track down the undercover officer embedded in an organized crime group. A police leak enables another audacious raid.
S5 E4 - Valparaiso suffered greatly with the opening of the Panama Canal, but in recent years it has experienced an urban renewal, a liveliness that can be felt all over the city.
4:00am
The Legacy
S3 E3 - The four heirs do not get much space to process their grief. Gro is at her wits end trying to support her young artists, and Emil tries to make peace amid the turmoil.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 4:00am
5:00am
Bear Necessities
S4 E4 - Something big and brown is headed to Hope for Wildlife. But this bear is tied up in red tape.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 9, 7:00pm
Sat Mar 11, 3:00pm
Sat Mar 11, 6:00pm
Sun Mar 12, 12:00pm
Mon Mar 13, 6:00pm
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.
The beautiful and enduring history of Japanese gardens in Lethbridge, Vancouver and New Denver is told through the life and legacy of master garden designer Roy Tomomichi Sumi.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 9, 11:00pm
7:00pm
S1 E1 - Alan Titchmarsh joins an archaeology team at Kent's Knole House who are tearing back layers of history to reveal secrets hidden under the floorboards.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 19, 5:00pm
8:00pm
The Witch Hunts
E1 - Four hundred years ago, thousands of ordinary people, most of them women, were victims of witch hunts across Scotland and England. Lucy investigates what lay behind these horrifying events.
The resonance of Toni Morrison's work in today's America is explored through her seminal novel, Beloved, and the stories of writers, activists and historians.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 14, 12:00am
Margaret Mountford travels to Egypt's Valley of the Kings to uncover the story of Harry Burton, the man whose images of the Tutankhamun excavation created a global sensation in the 1920s.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 14, 1:00am
11:00pm
No Occupation for Old Men
E10 - Carol-Lyn and Sean must deal with a parent's worst fear, while calls for paramedics Nick and Dave, and as well Chris and Marco, take them from birth to death.
The resonance of Toni Morrison's work in today's America is explored through her seminal novel, Beloved, and the stories of writers, activists and historians.
Margaret Mountford travels to Egypt's Valley of the Kings to uncover the story of Harry Burton, the man whose images of the Tutankhamun excavation created a global sensation in the 1920s.
2:00am
Call the Midwife
S5 E8 - When prostitute Lizzie is too ashamed to report a violent attack, a dangerous man remains free and continues to target others - including an attack that shocks Nonnatus House.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 18, 4:00am
3:00am
Murder in Montparnasse
S1 E7 - As a young woman in Paris after the war, Phryne posed for the famous artist Pierre Sarcelle. Now, ten years later, Sarcelle's widow arrives in Melbourne asking for her late husband's paintings.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 19, 4:00am
4:00am
E3 - Iain Stewart reveals how the two land masses of North and South America are linked by geology and history.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 3:00am
5:00am
Call Me Maybe
S4 E5 - A daring deer rescue is captured on a cell phone camera. An unlikely volunteer makes a repeat performance.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 16, 7:00pm
Sat Mar 18, 3:00pm
Sat Mar 18, 6:00pm
Sun Mar 19, 12:00pm
Mon Mar 20, 6:00pm
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
Arctic Crossroads
E7 - Late August finds the explorers at the halfway point of the Northwest Passage, racing against the return of winter.
Additional Dates
Fri Feb 17, 6:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 1:00pm
Mount Edziza, a glacier-capped, semi-active volcano in northwestern BC, is one of the most complex and intriguing habitats on the planet.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 15, 6:00pm
Wed Feb 15, 11:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 2:00pm
8:00pm
Attenborough’s Life in Colour
E2 - On Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the blue-striped blenny changes its colours to deceive and launch an attack. The Bengal tiger uses its orange stripes to hide from its colour-blind prey.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 18, 4:00pm
Armed with a copy of Joseph Conrad's classic novel Heart of Darkness, a British-Nigerian university student goes in search of the meaning and legacy of colonialism in West Africa.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 15, 12:00am
Activist Salam Aldeen runs an NGO to save shipwrecked refugees off the Greek coast, but when he is unexpectedly arrested and charged with human smuggling, he faces a possible lifetime in prison.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 15, 1:35am
Armed with a copy of Joseph Conrad's classic novel Heart of Darkness, a British-Nigerian university student goes in search of the meaning and legacy of colonialism in West Africa.
Activist Salam Aldeen runs an NGO to save shipwrecked refugees off the Greek coast, but when he is unexpectedly arrested and charged with human smuggling, he faces a possible lifetime in prison.
The quintessential Romantic ballet, Giselle has remained a cornerstone of the classical repertory since 1841. The Royal Ballet does full justice to the work's emotional and atmospheric power.
5:00am
Big City Hope
S4 E6 - Hope heads to Canada's biggest city and hits the streets with a full-time wildlife rescue team.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 23, 7:00pm
Sat Mar 25, 3:00pm
Sat Mar 25, 6:00pm
Sun Mar 26, 12:00pm
Mon Mar 27, 6:00pm
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.
Mount Edziza, a glacier-capped, semi-active volcano in northwestern BC, is one of the most complex and intriguing habitats on the planet.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 15, 11:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 2:00pm
Nestcam technology gives a bird's-eye view of a breeding pair of bald eagles in a Vancouver suburb, while experts and enthusiasts provide further insights into our wild neighbours.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 6:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 12:00pm
Sat Feb 18, 11:00pm
Sun Feb 19, 2:00am
8:00pm
Singapore on Film
E1 - Singapore in the early 1900s was at the height of colonial rule. Archival films capture labourers sharing lunch, people mourning at a grand funeral and Europeans having tea.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 12:00am
9:00pm
Blame
E2 - Anger mounts at the police investigation of the fire and the seeming indifference of the press and government. A mass demonstration brings the tragedy to the attention of the nation.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 1:00am
10:00pm
The Price of Freedom
E2 - David Olusoga looks at the propaganda war between the pro-slavery lobby and the abolitionists, and how it ultimately took a massive payout to end slavery in Britain once and for all.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 16, 2:00am
Mount Edziza, a glacier-capped, semi-active volcano in northwestern BC, is one of the most complex and intriguing habitats on the planet.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 18, 2:00pm