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TV Schedule

E1 - Monty Don travels to Japan in spring to trace the history of Japanese gardens from early boating gardens, through Buddhist temples and Zen gardens, right up to a modern tea house.
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E3 - Professor Joann Fletcher explores the dizzying heights Egypt reaches under its greatest pharaoh, Amenhotep III - a golden age threatened by the growing power of Karnak's priests.
Biologist Armand Leroi retraces Darwin's famous trip to the Galapagos Islands to discover what inspired his groundbreaking ideas.
3:00am
When Things Get Tough
E4 - Allied forces invade Sicily, but as they advance northward, they are met with bad weather and challenging terrain.
Additional Dates
Tue Sep 1, 3:00am
Fri Sep 25, 4:00am
4:00am
The Philippines
E11 - Anthony heads to the Presidential Palace and meets with Imelda Marcos. He then explores the walls of a Spanish city in Manila, which enabled Spain to rule the Philippines for more than 350 years.
5:00am
The Hope Files
S3 E12 - More incredible stories of wildlife rescue and rehabilitation!
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.
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 12:00pm
Sat Aug 8, 6:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 2:00pm
7:00pm
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.
Additional Dates
Fri Aug 7, 6:00pm
Fri Aug 7, 11:00pm
Sat Aug 8, 3:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 11:00pm
Mon Aug 10, 3:00am
8:00pm
Paul Merton's Secret Stations
E2 - Paul explores the new lives and rejuvenation around many of Britain's request stops, beginning in Beasdale and ending in Pontarddulais, which has reinvented itself as a wedding village.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 5:00pm
9:00pm
This is What We Do
E5 - American casualties and enemy body counts mount as Marines face deadly North Vietnamese ambushes and artillery south of the DMZ, and Army units chase an elusive enemy in the Central Highlands.
Additional Dates
Fri Aug 7, 12:00am
E5 - Anthony and Sarah are called to a motor vehicle accident followed by a seizure, while Alana and Tara stand-by for an emergency that closes down Vancouver's busiest bridge during rush hour.
Additional Dates
Fri Aug 7, 1:00am
11:00pm
The Edge of the World: BC's Early Years
Vancouver filmmaker Erik Paulsson chronicles the events, people and places that shaped British Columbia's early history from its beginnings until the turn of the 20th century.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 12:00pm
12:00am
This is What We Do
E5 - American casualties and enemy body counts mount as Marines face deadly North Vietnamese ambushes and artillery south of the DMZ, and Army units chase an elusive enemy in the Central Highlands.
E5 - Anthony and Sarah are called to a motor vehicle accident followed by a seizure, while Alana and Tara stand-by for an emergency that closes down Vancouver's busiest bridge during rush hour.
2:00am
The Killing
E19 - The police are on the hunt for the taxi driver who has disappeared. Sarah is overwhelmed by problems in every aspect of her life. Troels and Bremer battle it out in a live TV debate.
3:00am
The Prodigals
S3 E1 - Life for Dr. Sharma and other residents of the sleepy village of Trefelin takes an unexpected turn with the homecoming of Basil and Robert Thomas.
4:00am
The Ghost Front
E11 - In Europe, the allies are totally unprepared for Hitler's massive counterattack in the Ardennes Forest of Belgium and Luxemburg - the biggest battle of the War on the Western Front.
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
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.
Additional Dates
Fri Aug 7, 11:00pm
Sat Aug 8, 3:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 11:00pm
Mon Aug 10, 3:00am
7:00pm
Mexico City
S2 E2 - Mexico City is comprised of a patchwork of small villages, each preserving their own unique identity in this large, urban megalopolis.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 2:00pm
Sat Aug 8, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 2:00am
Mon Aug 10, 11:05pm
8:00pm
A Christmas Murder
S2 E13 - Phryne, Dot and Dr. Mac accompany Aunt Prudence to a chalet to celebrate a white Christmas in July, but they unexpectedly find one of the residents dead - electrocuted while hanging festive lights.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 12:00am
9:00pm
Crossing the Line
S2 E5 - Cinema patrons are shocked when a fire breaks out in the projection booth during a packed screening of Hitchcock's Vertigo.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 1:00am
10:00pm
Occupied
New
October
E7 - Jesper Berg has won the election, but the Russians are showing no signs of leaving.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 2:00am
11:00pm
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.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 3:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 11:00pm
Mon Aug 10, 3:00am
12:00am
A Christmas Murder
S2 E13 - Phryne, Dot and Dr. Mac accompany Aunt Prudence to a chalet to celebrate a white Christmas in July, but they unexpectedly find one of the residents dead - electrocuted while hanging festive lights.
1:00am
Crossing the Line
S2 E5 - Cinema patrons are shocked when a fire breaks out in the projection booth during a packed screening of Hitchcock's Vertigo.
2:00am
October
E7 - Jesper Berg has won the election, but the Russians are showing no signs of leaving.
3:00am
Waterloo Part 1
S9 E9 - Boyd is being moved out of the Cold Case Unit, but first he decides to take on the unsolved mystery of 16 homeless boys from Waterloo Bridge who disappeared in the 1980s.
4:00am
Waterloo Part 2
S9 E10 - Time is running out for Boyd as he fights for justice against a powerful adversary. Will he prevail?
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 for Wildlife.
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.
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 6:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 2:00pm
1:00pm
Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
S1 E7 - From Hopewell Rocks to the wonders of the Fundy Trail and Saint John River's famous covered bridges, this aerial survey explores some of the world's most incredible coastlines.
2:00pm
Mexico City
S2 E2 - Mexico City is comprised of a patchwork of small villages, each preserving their own unique identity in this large, urban megalopolis.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 8, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 9, 2:00am
Mon Aug 10, 11:05pm
3:00pm
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.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 11:00pm
Mon Aug 10, 3:00am
4:00pm
E2 - What is nothing? Professor Jim Al-Khalili explores science at the limits of human perception, where the deepest mysteries of the universe lie.
5:00pm
Paul Merton's Secret Stations
E2 - Paul explores the new lives and rejuvenation around many of Britain's request stops, beginning in Beasdale and ending in Pontarddulais, which has reinvented itself as a wedding village.
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 2:00pm
7:00pm
Urban Wild
E2 - Moving beyond the wild parts of Singapore, Sir David Attenborough takes us through a day in the life of the wildlife residing in Singapore's urban environments.
8:00pm
Affairs of the Heart
S7 E12 - As the bells ring in Aidensfield, Nick is stranded on the moors. Will he make it to the church on time?
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 30, 3:00am
9:00pm
Music To Die For
S2 E3 - An Oxford lecturer gets in a fight outside an exclusive member's club and is found strangled by a boxer's hand wrap. Lewis and Hathaway are asked to investigate what appears as a burglary gone wrong.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 12:00am
10:35pm
Maiden Castle
E4 - Bettany and Ben visit Maiden Castle in Dorset, where their aerial investigation reveals a story of prehistoric life, death and survival as the Romans invaded Britain.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 1:35am
11:00pm
Mexico City
S2 E2 - Mexico City is comprised of a patchwork of small villages, each preserving their own unique identity in this large, urban megalopolis.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 9, 2:00am
Mon Aug 10, 11:05pm
12:00am
Music To Die For
S2 E3 - An Oxford lecturer gets in a fight outside an exclusive member's club and is found strangled by a boxer's hand wrap. Lewis and Hathaway are asked to investigate what appears as a burglary gone wrong.
1:35am
Maiden Castle
E4 - Bettany and Ben visit Maiden Castle in Dorset, where their aerial investigation reveals a story of prehistoric life, death and survival as the Romans invaded Britain.
2:00am
Mexico City
S2 E2 - Mexico City is comprised of a patchwork of small villages, each preserving their own unique identity in this large, urban megalopolis.
Additional Dates
Mon Aug 10, 11:05pm
3:00am
Sons and Lovers
S7 E9 - Greengrass is plotting a plan to poach on a grand scale from Ashfordly Hall, and Nick finds himself being harassed by Lord Ashfordly's sister.
4:00am
E2 - Anthony Morse explores an intricate network of Japanese fortifications on top of a hill. He then finds the last remains of a 16th-century Islamic kingdom, and uncovers a hidden temple.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 27, 4:00am
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.
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
The Edge of the World: BC's Early Years
Vancouver filmmaker Erik Paulsson chronicles the events, people and places that shaped British Columbia's early history from its beginnings until the turn of the 20th century.
1:00pm
Arctic Crossroads
E7 - Late August finds our explorers at the halfway point of the Northwest Passage, racing against the return of winter.
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra invites Sir Roger Norrington to perform Brahm's violin concerto and Schumann's first symphony, "Spring."
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 3:00am
4:30pm
Space Suite I
A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 4:30am
5:00pm
Coromandel
S2 E2 - Neil Oliver visits Pauanui, where marine biologist Jacky Geurts delves into Whangamata's mangrove wars, and geologist Hamish Campbell digs for the country's earliest human history.
6:00pm
Shades of Grey
S2 E6 - While investigating the mysterious death of a young woman, Murdoch and Dr.Ogden find themselves on opposite sides of the thorny issue of abortion.
7:00pm
Zanzibar: Land of Giants
S1 E1 - Lying 40 km off the east coast of Tanzania, the Zanzibar Archipelago has been labeled as the most exotic island chain in the world, complete with pristine beaches and bizarre creatures.
8:00pm
Ride
S3 E1 - A fair turns sinister when Jeannie Hearne is found murdered. Morse isn't part of the investigation; he's suspended from duty.
Additional Dates
Mon Aug 10, 12:00am
E3 - Ray explores the wildlife surviving against all odds in the rugged landscapes around Britain's highest mountain range, Snowdonia.
Additional Dates
Mon Aug 10, 1:35am
10:00pm
The Missing
S1 E5 - Frustrated with the investigation, Tony decides to take matters into his own hands and has a violent confrontation with life-changing consequences.
Additional Dates
Mon Aug 10, 2:00am
11:00pm
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.
Additional Dates
Mon Aug 10, 3:00am
12:00am
Ride
S3 E1 - A fair turns sinister when Jeannie Hearne is found murdered. Morse isn't part of the investigation; he's suspended from duty.
E3 - Ray explores the wildlife surviving against all odds in the rugged landscapes around Britain's highest mountain range, Snowdonia.
2:00am
The Missing
S1 E5 - Frustrated with the investigation, Tony decides to take matters into his own hands and has a violent confrontation with life-changing consequences.
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
Into the Light
S3 E5 - Prem and Kamini uncover the real plan behind new Trefelin.
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.
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
Gaspe Peninsula
S1 E8 - An aerial survey above the Gaspe Peninsula reveals its natural wonders - from the blue whales that roam the coastline, to the stone marvels of Perce and the bird sanctuary of Ile Bonaventure.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 15, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Polar Bear
E1 - The town of Churchill deals with increasing bear attacks due to warming seas and a late freeze-up of the predator's hunting grounds.
Additional Dates
Tue Aug 11, 6:00pm
Thu Aug 13, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 16, 12:00pm
8:00pm
Stewart Island
S2 E3 - Neil Oliver uncovers the hidden history of a remarkable singer while historian Riria Hotere reveals the plan to breed "super kakapo" on the remote island of Whenua Hou.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 16, 5:00pm
Al Purdy found his poetic voice in a cabin he built in the woods. This cabin became a mecca for the pioneers of Canadian literature, and now after his passing, art communities are rallying to save the cabin and turn it into a writing retreat.
Additional Dates
Tue Aug 11, 12:00am
10:35pm
Edward Lear's Nonsense Songs
S2 E3 - Nicholas Parsons explores the fine line between joy and melancholy in Edward Lear's writing.
Additional Dates
Tue Aug 11, 1:35am
11:05pm
Mexico City
S2 E2 - Mexico City is comprised of a patchwork of small villages, each preserving their own unique identity in this large, urban megalopolis.
Al Purdy found his poetic voice in a cabin he built in the woods. This cabin became a mecca for the pioneers of Canadian literature, and now after his passing, art communities are rallying to save the cabin and turn it into a writing retreat.
1:35am
Edward Lear's Nonsense Songs
S2 E3 - Nicholas Parsons explores the fine line between joy and melancholy in Edward Lear's writing.
2:05am
S1 E4 - Dr. Sharma comes up with a plan to diagnose the miners' health problems.
3:00am
A Necessary War
E1 - Ken Burns' epic look at America during WWII begins with the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Additional Dates
Fri Sep 4, 4:00am
Sat Sep 19, 4:00am
4:00am
In the Kingdom of Green Gold
E1 - In the subtropical rainforests of southwest China, the harvest of tea is cultivated and sorted by tea planter families who have lived here for generations.
Additional Dates
Tue Sep 1, 4:00am
5:00am
Bear Necessities
S4 E4 - Something big and brown is headed to Hope for Wildlife. But this black bear is tied up in red tape.
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
Polar Bear
E1 - The town of Churchill deals with increasing bear attacks due to warming seas and a late freeze-up of the predator's hunting grounds.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 13, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 16, 12:00pm
7:00pm
Melting Land
E8 - Richard Tegner hitches a new and luxurious ride and sails west along a melting coast. Climate change is turning the Arctic green before our explorers' eyes and the consequences are frightening.
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 6:00pm
Wed Aug 12, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 16, 1:00pm
8:00pm
Light
E1 - Physicist Jim Al-Khalili reveals how with each new insight about light came a fresh understanding of the cosmos, allowing us to peer into deep space, and gave us the ability to look way back into the dawn of time.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 15, 4:00pm
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 Aug 12, 12:00am
Three siblings-whose mother was from the Musqueam First Nation-travel to their father's village in China in order to understand the challenges their parents faced and how it fractured their lives.
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 1:00am
In 1964, a remarkable event was filmed: the first contact with members of a nomadic Aboriginal group, completely unaware of modern society. Yuwali, 17 at the time, recalls the startling moment.
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 2:00am
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.
Three siblings-whose mother was from the Musqueam First Nation-travel to their father's village in China in order to understand the challenges their parents faced and how it fractured their lives.
In 1964, a remarkable event was filmed: the first contact with members of a nomadic Aboriginal group, completely unaware of modern society. Yuwali, 17 at the time, recalls the startling moment.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra invites Sir Roger Norrington to perform Brahm's violin concerto and Schumann's first symphony, "Spring."
4:30am
Space Suite I
A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.
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.
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
Melting Land
E8 - Richard Tegner hitches a new and luxurious ride and sails west along a melting coast. Climate change is turning the Arctic green before our explorers' eyes and the consequences are frightening.
Additional Dates
Wed Aug 12, 11:00pm
Sun Aug 16, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Spring Forward
S5 E1 - Hope's busy season arrives sooner than ever. A rehabber comes to visit Hope, and two patients from last year are finally released.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 13, 6:00pm
Sat Aug 15, 12:00pm
Sat Aug 15, 6:00pm
Sun Aug 16, 5:00am
Sun Aug 16, 2:00pm
E2 - Monty Don returns to Japan in autumn to explore stroll gardens and how Japanese bring nature into their modern lives.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 13, 12:00am
9:00pm
E4 - Egypt's enemies exploited a country weakened by internal strife, ultimately leading to its destruction.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 13, 1:00am
Join archaeologists as they embark on two groundbreaking expeditions to the Holy Land to seek the truth about the Bible's most famous king and his legendary riches.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 13, 2:00am
11:00pm
Melting Land
E8 - Richard Tegner hitches a new and luxurious ride and sails west along a melting coast. Climate change is turning the Arctic green before our explorers' eyes and the consequences are frightening.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 16, 1:00pm