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TV Schedule

Filmmaker Anne Wheeler follows Vancouver actress Babz Chula to Kerala, India, where she is to undergo treatment by a renowned Ayurvedic healer in an effort to manage her six-year battle with cancer.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 5, 10:30pm
Wed Feb 6, 1:30am
Canadian filmmaker Nisha Pahuja follows young women in the new, modern India: contestants vying for the title of Miss India, and fierce Hindu Nationalists prepared to kill and die for their beliefs.
2:35am
Space Suite I
A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.
This traditional Christmas concert at the Vienna Konzerthaus conducted by Erwin Ortner consists of traditional Christmas songs performed by international singing greats.
Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel is the venue for a program of traditional Christmas carols, sung by the acclaimed Paisley Abbey Choir.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 23, 4:30pm
Mon Dec 24, 11:30pm
Tue Dec 25, 2:30am
5:00am
Underwater Highways
S3 E2 - On Cocos Island, the brothers examine the migration patterns of sharks and sea turtles.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 19, 1:00pm
5:30am
Pono Actor Dog
S2 E39 - A famous actor dog named Pono tries to jump-start his flagging career, and a tortoise in Singapore fights to keep his championship title. Animal News reports on a mouse who steals from a leopard.
From 6am to 6pm daily, 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
Black Magic Island
E4 - Hoping to determine the effect of volcanoes on climate change, George heads to the island nation of Vanuatu where he's prepared to rappel into the crater of one of the world's most active volcanoes.
6:30pm
The Damning Truth
E6 - Several recent dam projects have cut the sturgeons spawning rivers to just one - the Black River. The team head out to discover how much of the population is affected.
On air
7:00pm
E1 - From a security guard's first day to the chaos caused by a lightning strike at a Newcastle station, find out why there's no such thing as a typical day on one of the UK's busiest railways.
Additional Dates
Thu Dec 13, 11:00pm
Sat Dec 15, 2:00pm
Sun Dec 16, 6:00pm
Thu Feb 28, 6:00pm
8:00pm
Daughter of the Mountains
E1 - This three-part series tells the story of the Ganges, providing a glimpse into the natural and spiritual worlds that swirl around India's most sacred river. The journey begins high in the Himalayas.
Additional Dates
Thu Dec 13, 12:00am
9:00pm
Empire
S3 E4 - In 1714, an obscure German Prince was crowned King George I of Great Britain, signaling the beginnings of a new political era that saw the rise of the new role of Prime Minister.
Additional Dates
Thu Dec 13, 1:00am
E4 - Tony walks in the footsteps of the early inland explorers and discovers how the grab for land led to atrocities against the indigenous inhabitants.
Additional Dates
Thu Dec 13, 2:00am
11:00pm
The Marshall Islands
E5 - Ellis Emmett explores the Marshall Islands including the infamous Bikini Atoll, site of devastating post-WWII nuclear testing where he dives deep into the history of this poisoned paradise.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 1:00pm
12:00am
Daughter of the Mountains
E1 - This three-part series tells the story of the Ganges, providing a glimpse into the natural and spiritual worlds that swirl around India's most sacred river. The journey begins high in the Himalayas.
1:00am
Empire
S3 E4 - In 1714, an obscure German Prince was crowned King George I of Great Britain, signaling the beginnings of a new political era that saw the rise of the new role of Prime Minister.
E4 - Tony walks in the footsteps of the early inland explorers and discovers how the grab for land led to atrocities against the indigenous inhabitants.
3:00am
The Hidden History of Harbours
S7 E3 - At the Cornish fishing harbour of Newlyn, Nick relives an astonishing unsung feat of heroic British seamanship, while Mark joins an archaeological dig at the Irish Pompeii in Northern Ireland.
4:00am
Facta Non Verba
S7 E7 - After Martin and Louisa tell Dr. Timoney about their failed date night, she questions their ultimate compatibility. Penhale is happy to finally have his crime-stopping talents recognized.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 7, 4:00am
5:00am
Gwaii Haanas
S2 E2 - Often referred to as the Canadian Galapagos, Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve shelters some of the lushest and most remote landscapes on the continent.
5:30am
Hercules Eco-Dog
S2 E40 - A dog named Hercules patrols the beach to help save Costa Rican turtles from extinction, and a handsome Hawaiian bull tries to make it as a model. Meet a cheetah who is a research assistant.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
Featuring interviews with Harrison Ford - a proud Beaver pilot and owner - The Immortal Beaver follows the story of Olivia's restoration and celebrates the history of a remarkable aircraft.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 12:00pm
7:00pm
Majuli
S2 E7 - Located in the Brahmaputra River in the Indian state of Assam, the isolated island of Majuli was named the world's largest river island and is the setting for a colourful, rich blend of cultures.
Additional Dates
Fri Dec 14, 6:00pm
Sat Dec 15, 3:00pm
Sun Dec 16, 11:00pm
Mon Dec 17, 2:55am
8:00pm
Napoleon
E1 - From lowly Corsican Army officer to First Consul of France, follow the rise of Napoleon to leader of the French nation in the late 1790s.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 5:00pm
9:00pm
Ron Mann's film the whole mad whirl of the era: from the time when moving hips marked you as a social degenerate, to a time when shaking your "thing" became the dance-form that rocked the world.
Additional Dates
Fri Dec 14, 12:00am
After sinking during the gold rush more than 100 years ago, a steamship is re-discovered by a team of underwater archeologists in the great Canadian Yukon.
Additional Dates
Fri Dec 14, 1:30am
Mon Jan 21, 7:30pm
Tue Jan 22, 6:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 12:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:30pm
11:00pm
E1 - From a security guard's first day to the chaos caused by a lightning strike at a Newcastle station, find out why there's no such thing as a typical day on one of the UK's busiest railways.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 2:00pm
Sun Dec 16, 6:00pm
Thu Feb 28, 6:00pm
12:00am
Ron Mann's film the whole mad whirl of the era: from the time when moving hips marked you as a social degenerate, to a time when shaking your "thing" became the dance-form that rocked the world.
After sinking during the gold rush more than 100 years ago, a steamship is re-discovered by a team of underwater archeologists in the great Canadian Yukon.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 21, 7:30pm
Tue Jan 22, 6:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 12:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:30pm
2:00am
On the Trail of Moche Gold
S2 E6 - An ancient Peruvian headdress stolen over 20 years ago is recovered by New Scotland Yard.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 24, 4:00am
3:00am
Seabase
E12 - Below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, astronauts and aquanauts live, work, sleep and study the marine environment in a self-contained habitat called Aquarius.
4:00am
Murder and Mozzarella
S3 E3 - In the world of family Italian restaurants, old grudges from the village are stirred up when matriarch Nonna Luisa dies and the ownership of a secret book of recipes becomes the suspected motive.
S2 E2 - Discover the Venice that exists only after 5pm, when tourists return to their ships and it returns to the silence and comfort of a city without cars.
From 6am to 6pm daily, 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 E7 - Located in the Brahmaputra River in the Indian state of Assam, the isolated island of Majuli was named the world's largest river island and is the setting for a colourful, rich blend of cultures.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 3:00pm
Sun Dec 16, 11:00pm
Mon Dec 17, 2:55am
7:00pm
The Norman Conquest of Pembrokeshire
S3 E3 - Tony Robinson traces the Norman conquest of Pembrokeshire in Wales, an area that, 1,000 years later still feels more English than the rest of the country.
8:00pm
Death in Paradise
S2 E8 - When Malcolm Powell is found dead in his study, DI Richard Poole and his colleagues are called in to investigate.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 12:00am
9:00pm
Finding Rachel
S12 E6 - Nikki clashes with the Zambian police during an investigation into the death of a British medical student in Zambia.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 1:00am
A film by Brandy Yanchyk about the renaissance of paleontology in Canada today and what dinosaurs can teach us about climate change.
12:00am
Death in Paradise
S2 E8 - When Malcolm Powell is found dead in his study, DI Richard Poole and his colleagues are called in to investigate.
1:00am
Finding Rachel
S12 E6 - Nikki clashes with the Zambian police during an investigation into the death of a British medical student in Zambia.
3:00am
Death at the Grand
S3 E6 - When a hotel concierge is pushed from the rooftop with an empty bag taken from Phryne's house, Jack calls her in to investigate what looks like a robbery gone wrong.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 4, 4:00am
4:00am
Education, Education, Education
S7 E4 - Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session together - though neither of them was expecting that they would be given homework.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 17, 4:00am
S3 E2 - Sitting on a volcanic zone and isolated in the middle of the Pacific, the city of Pearl Harbour fame is located 6,000 km from California and 8,000 km from Japan.
From 6am to 6pm daily, 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
Bobcat Release
S8 E19 - It's moving day at Hope for Wildlife and three bobcats are released to make way for red foxes and growing raccoons. Meanwhile, a baby barred owl arrives.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 6:00pm
12:30pm
Roadside Triage
S1 E7 - Peter and Angelika race to rescue two cubs whose mother was hit by a car, but a surprise call sends them on a second rescue mission.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 15, 6:30pm
1:00pm
Dead Zones
S2 E4 - The brothers travel to the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Erie to examine two of the world's largest and most notorious Dead Zones.
1:30pm
St. Lawrence Islands
S2 E6 - The scattered terrain of St. Lawrence Islands is a significant migration corridor for many small mammals and rare wildlife.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 10, 5:00am
2:00pm
E1 - From a security guard's first day to the chaos caused by a lightning strike at a Newcastle station, find out why there's no such thing as a typical day on one of the UK's busiest railways.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 6:00pm
Thu Feb 28, 6:00pm
3:00pm
S2 E7 - Located in the Brahmaputra River in the Indian state of Assam, the isolated island of Majuli was named the world's largest river island and is the setting for a colourful, rich blend of cultures.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 11:00pm
Mon Dec 17, 2:55am
Take an incredible backcountry journey from Death Valley's highest point to its lowest - revealing the extremes of existence at one of the hottest places on Earth.
5:00pm
Napoleon
E1 - From lowly Corsican Army officer to First Consul of France, follow the rise of Napoleon to leader of the French nation in the late 1790s.
6:00pm
Bobcat Release
S8 E19 - It's moving day at Hope for Wildlife and three bobcats are released to make way for red foxes and growing raccoons. Meanwhile, a baby barred owl arrives.
6:30pm
Roadside Triage
S1 E7 - Peter and Angelika race to rescue two cubs whose mother was hit by a car, but a surprise call sends them on a second rescue mission.
7:00pm
Shifting Sands
E3 - Huge changes have swept across Arabia since the discovery of oil; the Arab relationship with nature has changed too.
8:00pm
Playing With Fire
S1 E4 - Nick investigates two mysterious barn fires, and Kate upsets Dr. Ferrenby when she advises Sandra to go to the family planning clinic.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 6, 3:00am
9:00pm
Castles in the Air
S3 E1 - DCI Vera Stanhope investigates the brutal murder of young physiotherapist, Lizzie Faulkner, gunned down at a luxury country retreat.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 12:00am
10:30pm
S1 E1 - Grasslands National Park protects the mixed grass prairie - one of the most threatened ecosystems in North America.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 1:30am
Mon Jan 14, 6:30pm
11:00pm
Dempster Highway North
S4 E9 - Heading south from Inuvik, we embark on one of the world's great road trips as we follow the northern contours of the Dempster Highway.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 2:00am
Sun Dec 16, 2:00pm
12:00am
Castles in the Air
S3 E1 - DCI Vera Stanhope investigates the brutal murder of young physiotherapist, Lizzie Faulkner, gunned down at a luxury country retreat.
1:30am
S1 E1 - Grasslands National Park protects the mixed grass prairie - one of the most threatened ecosystems in North America.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 14, 6:30pm
2:00am
Dempster Highway North
S4 E9 - Heading south from Inuvik, we embark on one of the world's great road trips as we follow the northern contours of the Dempster Highway.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 16, 2:00pm
3:00am
Changing Places
S1 E1 - Police Constable Nick Rowan, the new village constable for Aidensfield, a little village on the North Yorkshire moors, finds himself on duty the minute he arrives in the village.
4:00am
The World's Biggest Heist
S1 E2 - Reveals how $500 million worth of art was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum, and examines the Irish connection that might one day lead to its recovery.
5:00am
Vancouver Island North
S2 E3 - From scenic Telegraph Cove, around Cape Scott Provincial Park and beyond, the northern coastline of Vancouver Island is one of the world's last great wilderness frontiers.
From 6am to 6pm daily, Knowledge Kids is the destination in BC for an outstanding line-up of high-quality, commercial-free programming for children aged 2-8.
Featuring interviews with Harrison Ford - a proud Beaver pilot and owner - The Immortal Beaver follows the story of Olivia's restoration and celebrates the history of a remarkable aircraft.
1:00pm
The Marshall Islands
E5 - Ellis Emmett explores the Marshall Islands including the infamous Bikini Atoll, site of devastating post-WWII nuclear testing where he dives deep into the history of this poisoned paradise.
2:00pm
Dempster Highway North
S4 E9 - Heading south from Inuvik, we embark on one of the world's great road trips as we follow the northern contours of the Dempster Highway.
For the holiday season, the Collegium Vocale Gent come together to put on a performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas cantatas, recorded at Paris' Church of Saint-Roch in December, 2015.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 3:00am
4:30pm
Space Suite III
A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 4:30am
E5 - Gus Casely-Hayford is joined by actor Robert Lindsay as they explore the landscapes that inspired Victorian painter William Holman Hunt, who was a part of a group of men who started an art revolution.
6:00pm
E1 - From a security guard's first day to the chaos caused by a lightning strike at a Newcastle station, find out why there's no such thing as a typical day on one of the UK's busiest railways.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 28, 6:00pm
Before any known contact between the east and west, hundreds of mummies, many with Caucasian features, were buried in a Chinese desert. We'll explore these people and where they came from.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 22, 4:00pm
8:00pm
Endeavour
New
Icarus
S5 E6 - When a teacher mysteriously disappears, Endeavour finds himself investigating the hidden world of a public school and is forced into an undercover operation.
Additional Dates
Mon Dec 17, 12:00am
9:35pm
E2 - Griff explores life in the picturesque estuaries of Suffolk and Essex where he is challenged to eat a Colchester Native, which he eventually learns is a form of oyster!
Additional Dates
Mon Dec 17, 1:35am
10:00pm
Borgen
New
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
S1 E7 - After the discovery of surveillance equipment in the party offices, everything points toward it being the work of the Intelligence Service - but why?
Additional Dates
Mon Dec 17, 1:55am
11:00pm
S2 E7 - Located in the Brahmaputra River in the Indian state of Assam, the isolated island of Majuli was named the world's largest river island and is the setting for a colourful, rich blend of cultures.
Additional Dates
Mon Dec 17, 2:55am
12:00am
Icarus
S5 E6 - When a teacher mysteriously disappears, Endeavour finds himself investigating the hidden world of a public school and is forced into an undercover operation.
1:35am
E2 - Griff explores life in the picturesque estuaries of Suffolk and Essex where he is challenged to eat a Colchester Native, which he eventually learns is a form of oyster!
1:55am
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
S1 E7 - After the discovery of surveillance equipment in the party offices, everything points toward it being the work of the Intelligence Service - but why?
2:55am
S2 E7 - Located in the Brahmaputra River in the Indian state of Assam, the isolated island of Majuli was named the world's largest river island and is the setting for a colourful, rich blend of cultures.
4:00am
Great Barrier Reef
S1 E3 - Neil heads through the world's largest coral reef. Tim is granted rare access to a scientific research zone to examine coral history, and Emma heads underwater with Google.
5:00am
Continental Divide
S3 E3 - We explore the wonders of the continental divide, from Akamina-Kishinena Provincial Park to the soaring summits of Banff National Park.
From 6am to 6pm daily, 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
Dempster Highway South
S4 E10 - Follow the Dempster Highway south over remote geological wonders to the Klondike River and Dawson City.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 22, 11:00pm
Sun Dec 23, 2:00am
Sun Dec 23, 2:00pm
7:00pm
The Great Escape
S8 E20 - Hope and the team experience a frightening moment when the foxes escape from their enclosure, and two seals are released to the wild, but one decides it isn't quite ready to leave.
Additional Dates
Tue Dec 18, 6:00pm
Sat Dec 22, 12:00pm
Sat Dec 22, 6:00pm
7:30pm
The Elusive Ones
S1 E8 - Angelika is exhausted and accidentally leaves a cage door unlocked. When two cubs escape, she must try to get them back. Later, Peter tries to capture a wily wolf.
Additional Dates
Tue Dec 18, 6:30pm
Sat Dec 22, 12:30pm
Sat Dec 22, 6:30pm
8:00pm
E6 - Gus Casely-Hayford and actress Dame Harriet Walter venture into the world of Walter Sickert, a truly eccentric man and artist, who reveled in the life of music halls and popular entertainment.
Additional Dates
Sun Dec 23, 5:00pm
The success of Choral Evensong came down to the preferences of a young Queen Elizabeth I, driven by her deep love of music and her desire to find a religious compromise to bring peace to her realm.
Additional Dates
Tue Dec 18, 12:00am
Discover the fight against light pollution as amateur astronomers and astrophotographers in British Columbia and Alberta highlight the issues surrounding the disappearing night sky.
Additional Dates
Fri Dec 21, 11:00pm
11:00pm
Follows 85-year-old brothers Bill and Jack Wong for one year as they face the reality that they're getting too old to run the little tailor shop their father opened in 1913 in Vancouver's Chinatown.
The success of Choral Evensong came down to the preferences of a young Queen Elizabeth I, driven by her deep love of music and her desire to find a religious compromise to bring peace to her realm.
1:00am
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.
2:00am
Waterloo Part 2
S9 E10 - Time is running out for Boyd as he fights for justice against a powerful adversary. Will he prevail?
3:00am
Victoria
S1 E6 - Neil explores the beacon that helped birth the nation. Brendan uncovers the history of the Great Ocean Road, while Miriam discovers why the coast at Bells Beach keeps pumping out the perfect waves.
4:00am
When the Moors Ruled in Europe
E2 - Although nearly all evidence of their occupation was removed by Christians, Bettany Hughes examines the Moors' influences on European life and culture.
5:00am
Gravity
S3 E4 - Gravity sucks but where would we be without it? Scientists are now probing to detect gravity waves in space. They are also mapping the gravity patterns of the moon for the first time.
5:30am
Gino Guide Dog
S2 E41 - Gino the guide dog helps his boss train for the 2012 Paralympic Games in judo. Shakti, the baby tapir, learns skills to help save her species from extinction. Meet the most musical animals of all time.
From 6am to 6pm daily, 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
The Great Escape
S8 E20 - Hope and the team experience a frightening moment when the foxes escape from their enclosure, and two seals are released to the wild, but one decides it isn't quite ready to leave.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 22, 12:00pm
Sat Dec 22, 6:00pm
6:30pm
The Elusive Ones
S1 E8 - Angelika is exhausted and accidentally leaves a cage door unlocked. When two cubs escape, she must try to get them back. Later, Peter tries to capture a wily wolf.
Additional Dates
Sat Dec 22, 12:30pm
Sat Dec 22, 6:30pm
7:00pm
Kiribati & Tuvalu
E6 - The inhabitants of Kiribati have always had a special relationship with the sea but with rising sea levels, Ellis Emmett sees how climate change threatens the traditional ways of this island nation.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 11:00pm
Sun Dec 23, 1:00pm
8:00pm
London to Land's End
E2 - Peter and Chris set out from London to motor down the length of the A30,originally an 18th century coach road that runs for nearly 300 miles of changing English countryside before reaching Land's End.
In 1971, the Shah of Iran celebrated 2,500 years of the Persian monarchy by throwing the greatest party known in history but it left the country reeling, never to recover.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 12:00am
During the First World War, Chinese labourers were transported across Canada by train. They were on their way to Europe, where they would clear munitions and dead bodies from the Western Front.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 1:30am
Mon Jan 7, 10:00pm
Using the street photography of Foncie Pulice, this documentary traces a timeline through the heart of Vancouver, showing its diverse history and cultural identity.
Additional Dates
Wed Dec 19, 2:30am