TV Schedule

12:00am

S8 E6 - In the second episode of this two-part special, the Honore police team is left stunned by another murder connected to the Tiana case.

1:00am
Mystery Road: Origin

E4 - A suspect is arrested, but Anousha has doubts about her guilt. Jay digs deeper into the gang's seemingly legitimate businesses.

On air
2:00am
Porter; The

E3 - Jake starts a gambling sideline. Zeke's pursuit of union integration costs the community. Lucy finds her Stardust dream at risk. Marlene campaigns for an essential medical clinic.

3:00am
Newfoundland

S1 E9 - For centuries, the fierce ocean and a fragile economy have forced Newfoundlanders to count on their own resourcefulness and resilience.

4:00am
Watling Street

E1 - Historian Dan Jones travels the oldest and longest Roman road, Watling Street, built in 43 AD following the Roman invasion and colonization of Britain.

5:00am
Hello Beautiful

S5 E10 - A moose on the loose raises a ruckus. A permanent resident becomes a loveable nuisance. Some special guests have a treat for Hope's volunteers.

6:00am

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 Highway

E2 - Modern highway systems have turbocharged the global economy, transformed the world's landscapes and revolutionized the way people around the planet think about time.

1:00pm
Amazon Monkeys

E6 - White-whiskered spider monkeys are intelligent, agile, and act as ambassadors of their forests.

2:00pm
Redefine

S2 E9 - Kris explores the ancient art of pictographs while Sarain visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives. They then join writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon to learn about the power of digital storytelling.

2:30pm
Skeena Reece

E9 - Skeena Reece makes art that combines her own history with contemporary and historical Indigenous experiences, bringing her interior life into galleries and performance spaces.

3:00pm
Orphan Fox

S8 E5 - Five baby red foxes arrive on Hope's doorstep, and she must decide what to do next. A beaver turns up in the most unexpected of places.

3:30pm
Baby Boom Is Here

S8 E6 - As spring approaches the baby boom begins. Raccoons, mice and squirrels all begin arriving at record pace, but Hope's iconic red barn is still not complete.

4:00pm
Expanded Horizons

E2 - Hannah explores how the new language of math paved the way for discovery and invention. Great minds applied math rules to the world around them and laid the foundation for modern science.

5:00pm
The South

E2 - Bettany joins pilgrims at a thousand-year-old temple, takes India's steepest railway line in the Nilgiri Mountains and witnesses an elaborate Theyyam dance in Kerala.

6:00pm
Orphan Fox

S8 E5 - Five baby red foxes arrive on Hope's doorstep, and she must decide what to do next. A beaver turns up in the most unexpected of places.

6:30pm
Baby Boom Is Here

S8 E6 - As spring approaches the baby boom begins. Raccoons, mice and squirrels all begin arriving at record pace, but Hope's iconic red barn is still not complete.

7:00pm
Winter

E1 - Atlantic winters bring bitter storms, suffering and conflict. But while most animals are battling to survive, some are just starting to raise a family.

8:00pm
The Devil You Know

S15 E2 - Alf poses as a criminal as part of an undercover operation. David eyes Peggy's room when she applies to be Lord Ashfordly's housekeeper - but both are left disappointed.

9:00pm
Not Dead Enough

S2 E1 - Months on from his last investigation and with the team still reeling from the fallout, Grace must prove that a wealthy Brighton businessman brutally murdered his wife.

10:35pm
More Tales from Northumberland

E3 - Robson travels by canoe along the county's longest river, the Coquet, to uncover its rare wildlife and hidden history.

11:00pm
Amazon Monkeys

E6 - White-whiskered spider monkeys are intelligent, agile, and act as ambassadors of their forests.

12:00am
Not Dead Enough

S2 E1 - Months on from his last investigation and with the team still reeling from the fallout, Grace must prove that a wealthy Brighton businessman brutally murdered his wife.

1:30am
More Tales from Northumberland

E3 - Robson travels by canoe along the county's longest river, the Coquet, to uncover its rare wildlife and hidden history.

2:00am
Amazon Monkeys

E6 - White-whiskered spider monkeys are intelligent, agile, and act as ambassadors of their forests.

3:00am
The Devil You Know

S15 E2 - Alf poses as a criminal as part of an undercover operation. David eyes Peggy's room when she applies to be Lord Ashfordly's housekeeper - but both are left disappointed.

4:00am
Keeping Faith

S1 E3 - Having been dragged into the station and questioned about Evan's disappearance, Faith continues to clash with her old adversary DI Susan Williams.

5:00am
Hope for All Seasons

S5 E11 - The mercury drops, but things keep heating up for Hope. An elusive creature is caught on tape. An impaled gull inspires a dramatic rescue.

6:00am

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
Orphan Fox

S8 E5 - Five baby red foxes arrive on Hope's doorstep, and she must decide what to do next. A beaver turns up in the most unexpected of places.

12:30pm
Baby Boom Is Here

S8 E6 - As spring approaches the baby boom begins. Raccoons, mice and squirrels all begin arriving at record pace, but Hope's iconic red barn is still not complete.

1:00pm
Cuba

S1 E8 - Creativity is deeply embedded in Cubans, who practice eco-agriculture and are developing an increasingly prosperous private sector.

2:00pm
Murdoch Ahoy

S7 E1 - A ship magnate's daughter is kidnapped and a body is discovered aboard a ship.

3:00pm

At the Prince's Palace in Monaco, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo and conductor Kazuki Yamada perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 with pianist Nelson Freire, followed by Symphony No. 8.

4:30pm
Space Suite IV

A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.

5:00pm
Marie Antoinette - The Doomed Queen

E4 - "Let them eat cake!" is among the most famous phrases of history and is associated with the French Revolution. But Lucy Worsley investigates whether Marie Antoinette really said it.

6:00pm
Murdoch Ahoy

S7 E1 - A ship magnate's daughter is kidnapped and a body is discovered aboard a ship.

7:00pm
Beyond Borders

E2 - The demilitarized zone of Korea has existed for nearly 70 years. Amidst the barbed wire fences is a unique natural world, home to wild boar, giant hornets and rare cranes.

8:00pm
Uniform

S9 E2 - A crime wave has taken hold of Oxford. A debauched group of undergraduates are wreaking havoc across town, and the death of a uniformed copper sends shockwaves through Castle Gate.

9:35pm
Borrowdale

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.

10:00pm
Broadchurch

S2 E1 - The trial of Danny's accused killer begins, and everyone is shocked when the suspect pleads not guilty. Alec's past returns to haunt him.

11:00pm
Newfoundland

S1 E9 - For centuries, the fierce ocean and a fragile economy have forced Newfoundlanders to count on their own resourcefulness and resilience.

12:00am
Uniform

S9 E2 - A crime wave has taken hold of Oxford. A debauched group of undergraduates are wreaking havoc across town, and the death of a uniformed copper sends shockwaves through Castle Gate.

1:35am
Borrowdale

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.

2:00am
Broadchurch

S2 E1 - The trial of Danny's accused killer begins, and everyone is shocked when the suspect pleads not guilty. Alec's past returns to haunt him.

3:00am
Newfoundland

S1 E9 - For centuries, the fierce ocean and a fragile economy have forced Newfoundlanders to count on their own resourcefulness and resilience.

4:00am
Beyond Borders

E2 - The demilitarized zone of Korea has existed for nearly 70 years. Amidst the barbed wire fences is a unique natural world, home to wild boar, giant hornets and rare cranes.

5:00am
Hope for Humanity

S5 E12 - Hope visits a completely rebuilt rehab and reveals plans of her own. Hope and Barry discover a problem plaguing massive marine mammals in the warm waters of southern Florida.

6:00am

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
Orphan Fox

S8 E5 - Five baby red foxes arrive on Hope's doorstep, and she must decide what to do next. A beaver turns up in the most unexpected of places.

6:30pm
Baby Boom Is Here

S8 E6 - As spring approaches the baby boom begins. Raccoons, mice and squirrels all begin arriving at record pace, but Hope's iconic red barn is still not complete.

7:00pm
Ermine Street

E2 - Dan travels the historic Roman road of Ermine Street, which connects the two great cities founded by the Romans - London and York.

8:00pm
George IV and the Regency

E5 - The Regency is often thought of as genteel and well-ordered. But Lucy Worsley digs behind the facade of Georgian elegance to reveal the lies that helped suppress rebellion in an age of revolution.

9:00pm
The Making and Breaking

E1 - Frida first meets artist Diego Rivera as a schoolgirl. When an accident changes her life, she channels pain and heartache into painting.

10:00pm
Rome to Taormina

S3 E2 - Michael pays homage to the Romantic poets at Rome's Spanish Steps before boarding the train south to experience the beauty of Naples, Capri and Sicily.

11:00pm
Redefine

S2 E9 - Kris explores the ancient art of pictographs while Sarain visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives. They then join writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon to learn about the power of digital storytelling.

11:30pm
Skeena Reece

E9 - Skeena Reece makes art that combines her own history with contemporary and historical Indigenous experiences, bringing her interior life into galleries and performance spaces.

12:00am
The Making and Breaking

E1 - Frida first meets artist Diego Rivera as a schoolgirl. When an accident changes her life, she channels pain and heartache into painting.

1:00am
Rome to Taormina

S3 E2 - Michael pays homage to the Romantic poets at Rome's Spanish Steps before boarding the train south to experience the beauty of Naples, Capri and Sicily.

2:00am
Redefine

S2 E9 - Kris explores the ancient art of pictographs while Sarain visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives. They then join writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon to learn about the power of digital storytelling.

2:30am
Skeena Reece

E9 - Skeena Reece makes art that combines her own history with contemporary and historical Indigenous experiences, bringing her interior life into galleries and performance spaces.

3:00am
Keeping Faith

S1 E4 - After receiving a threatening letter, Faith takes the kids to stay at a hotel, where she learns that Evan may have had ties to a notorious criminal family.

4:00am
Strange Islands

E5 - On the isolated islands of the South Pacific, wildlife has evolved in extraordinary ways.

5:00am
Ghost On a Wing

S5 E13 - Hope rallies the team to release the herd of white-tailed deer. Winter brings a mysterious influx of snowy owls to the rehab.

6:00am

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
Capybara's Pond

E7 - On the northern edge of the Pantanal is a small pond, home to an unusual family of rodents the size of sheep - gentle giants known as capybara.

7:00pm
Renew

S2 E10 - Kris meets with the first Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada. Sarain does a radio interview with author/journalist Waubgeshig Rice.

7:30pm
Manasie Akpaliapik

E10 - Manasie Akpaliapik, a carver who grew up in a family of artists, transforms whalebone into an Inuit story, along with songs and reverence.

8:00pm
Weirder & Weirder

E3 - Far from being complete, the language of maths continues to evolve, forcing us to constantly rethink what we thought of as truth.

9:00pm

Nominated for the Oscar for Best Feature Documentary at the 96th Academy Awards. Ranjit, a farmer in Jharkhand, India, takes on the fight of his life when he demands justice for his 13-year-old daughter, the survivor of sexual assault.

11:10pm

Olympic snowboarder Spencer O'Brien dedicated her life to her sport, until an unexpected diagnosis changed everything. Through her Indigenous heritage, she found strength and renewed hope.

12:00am

Nominated for the Oscar for Best Feature Documentary at the 96th Academy Awards. Ranjit, a farmer in Jharkhand, India, takes on the fight of his life when he demands justice for his 13-year-old daughter, the survivor of sexual assault.

2:10am

Olympic snowboarder Spencer O'Brien dedicated her life to her sport, until an unexpected diagnosis changed everything. Through her Indigenous heritage, she found strength and renewed hope.

3:00am

At the Prince's Palace in Monaco, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo and conductor Kazuki Yamada perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 with pianist Nelson Freire, followed by Symphony No. 8.

4:30am
Space Suite IV

A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.

5:00am
Hope for the Best

S6 E1 - Hope's first orphaned mammal arrives earlier than ever, and a mysterious patient from last year is back.

6:00am

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
Renew

S2 E10 - Kris meets with the first Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada. Sarain does a radio interview with author/journalist Waubgeshig Rice.

6:30pm
Manasie Akpaliapik

E10 - Manasie Akpaliapik, a carver who grew up in a family of artists, transforms whalebone into an Inuit story, along with songs and reverence.

7:00pm
The Barcode

E3 - Found on almost every product and package, the barcode could be considered the fingerprint of high-speed capitalism. But does this convenience come at a cost?

8:00pm
Ancestors

E1 - In search of the roots of Chinese culture, Michael Wood joins the Qin family reunion, where 300 relatives gather to worship their ancestors on Tomb Sweeping Day.

9:00pm
Testing Tolerance

E1 - Proposed amendments to Indonesia's criminal code are polarizing the country. Cheryl Marella explores how a new brand of conservatism is testing its tolerant way of life.

10:00pm
Barbarossa

E1 - By not recognizing the important role that trains would play in his invasion of the USSR, Hitler sabotaged Operation Barbarossa and signed his defeat.

11:00pm
Lost in Life

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.

12:00am
Ancestors

E1 - In search of the roots of Chinese culture, Michael Wood joins the Qin family reunion, where 300 relatives gather to worship their ancestors on Tomb Sweeping Day.

1:00am
Testing Tolerance

E1 - Proposed amendments to Indonesia's criminal code are polarizing the country. Cheryl Marella explores how a new brand of conservatism is testing its tolerant way of life.

2:00am
Barbarossa

E1 - By not recognizing the important role that trains would play in his invasion of the USSR, Hitler sabotaged Operation Barbarossa and signed his defeat.

3:00am
Strange Islands

E5 - On the isolated islands of the South Pacific, wildlife has evolved in extraordinary ways.

4:00am
Winter

E1 - Atlantic winters bring bitter storms, suffering and conflict. But while most animals are battling to survive, some are just starting to raise a family.

5:00am
You Otter Know

S6 E2 - A muskrat trapped in a fence needs Hope's help. Slippery patients give the team a tough time.

6:00am

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
The Barcode

E3 - Found on almost every product and package, the barcode could be considered the fingerprint of high-speed capitalism. But does this convenience come at a cost?

7:00pm
A Safe Harbour

S8 E7 - Two injured harbor seals arrive in the middle of the night with nasty wounds, and a vulture that Hope has been nursing for months finally begins to show signs of progress.

7:30pm
Eagle Has Flown

S8 E8 - After months of rehabilitation, Zak's bald eagle is finally ready to be released.

8:00pm
Venus Uncovered

E1 - Through ancient art and archaeological revelation, Bettany Hughes explores how the mythological figure of Venus is far more than just an excuse for sensual nudity and chocolate box romance.

9:00pm

This rare glimpse into the private world of Margaret Atwood follows her to speaking engagements and the set of The Handmaid's Tale while exploring her literary life, poetry and novels.

10:30pm

Tired of viewing the women in her family as victims of the Holocaust, an elderly painter turns them into foul-mouthed, fun-loving, gun-toting, Nazi-resistance fighters.

11:00pm
The Barcode

E3 - Found on almost every product and package, the barcode could be considered the fingerprint of high-speed capitalism. But does this convenience come at a cost?

12:00am

This rare glimpse into the private world of Margaret Atwood follows her to speaking engagements and the set of The Handmaid's Tale while exploring her literary life, poetry and novels.

1:30am

Tired of viewing the women in her family as victims of the Holocaust, an elderly painter turns them into foul-mouthed, fun-loving, gun-toting, Nazi-resistance fighters.

2:00am
Murdoch Ahoy

S7 E1 - A ship magnate's daughter is kidnapped and a body is discovered aboard a ship.

3:00am
One of Our Own

S18 E5 - A rising star is found murdered in his burnt car in Essex. The police are up in arms about the case, but DCI Jim Sullivan is determined to find the killer.

5:00am
Owl Be There

S6 E3 - A baby owl needs to be reunited with its parents. A volunteer returns to the rehab in a new role, and a duck rescue goes wet and wild.

6:00am

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
Capybara's Pond

E7 - On the northern edge of the Pantanal is a small pond, home to an unusual family of rodents the size of sheep - gentle giants known as capybara.

7:00pm
Crete

S1 E10 - Hit by an economic slowdown, many Cretans strive for self-sufficiency by turning towards the rural economy and community initiatives.

8:00pm

S8 E7 - Saint Marie mourns when radio legend Dezzie Dixon is murdered live on-air, and Jack must unravel a complex mystery to find the culprit.

9:00pm
Mystery Road: Origin

E5 - Another robbery has Patrick worried that his family is being targeted, but Jay has his own theories. He tails a suspicious miner and makes a surprising discovery.

10:00pm
Porter; The

E4 - Junior gets a chilling glimpse of Queenie's capacity for violence. Zeke and Marlene's road trip reignites an old spark. Lucy's big debut makes her contemplate a different path.

11:00pm
Crete

S1 E10 - Hit by an economic slowdown, many Cretans strive for self-sufficiency by turning towards the rural economy and community initiatives.