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British ballerina Darcey Bussell examines the influence of dancers who came before her. She explores the changing role of the ballerina - from 18th-century France to 1950s America.
E3 - Waldemar looks at the people the Impressionists painted; in particular, the subjects of Degas, Caillebotte and the often-forgotten Impressionist women artists.
2:00am
Death of the Self
S6 E3 - Chief Superintendent Strange sends Morse and Lewis to Italy to investigate the mysterious death of an Englishwoman.
4:00am
Race to the End of the World
E1 - In this six-part series, actor/comedian Tony Robinson explores the key events and major influences in Australia's colourful history.
5:00am
Wiley and Sly
S2 E9 - The hunt is on for a coyote who doesn't turn out to be what people think he is. Hope needs to find a new home for the ravens, who've worn out their welcome at the rehab centre.
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S1 E6 - Tokyo is a fascinating tale of urban development. Made up of countless pocket-sized slices of life, Mikael uncovers the ways citizens are making parts of this megacity their home.
7:00pm
Vancouver Island Eastern Coastline
S2 E2 - The eastern coastline of Vancouver Island is a 200-km journey along one of Canada's most spectacular waterways.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 24, 6:00pm
Sun Jul 28, 1:00pm
8:00pm
E3 - From the bedrock the Empire State Building is built on, to the Spanish empires in South America, the two land masses of North and South America are linked by geology and history.
E7 - Husband-and-wife team Anthony and Sabrina learn to trust their instincts in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Meanwhile, Paramedic Specialist Kris and new partners Courtney and Peter deal with the devastating effects of the opioid crisis.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 24, 12:00am
A young Tibetan man is torn between the tradition of assuming responsibility of the family land or breaking custom in pursuit of a modern life.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 24, 1:00am
11:30pm
Looking at Edward Curtis in the Pacific Northwest
Metis/Dene filmmaker Marie Clements navigates the cultural complexities stemming from American photographer Edward Curtis' works "The North American Indian" and "In the Land of the Head Hunters."
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 24, 2:30am
Thu Sep 19, 10:35pm
Fri Sep 20, 1:35am
E7 - Husband-and-wife team Anthony and Sabrina learn to trust their instincts in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Meanwhile, Paramedic Specialist Kris and new partners Courtney and Peter deal with the devastating effects of the opioid crisis.
A young Tibetan man is torn between the tradition of assuming responsibility of the family land or breaking custom in pursuit of a modern life.
2:30am
Looking at Edward Curtis in the Pacific Northwest
Metis/Dene filmmaker Marie Clements navigates the cultural complexities stemming from American photographer Edward Curtis' works "The North American Indian" and "In the Land of the Head Hunters."
Additional Dates
Thu Sep 19, 10:35pm
Fri Sep 20, 1:35am
Valery Gergiev conducts the Mariinsky orchestra and ballet company in a production of Stravinsky's The Firebird and The Rite of Spring.
5:00am
New Beginnings
S2 E10 - While Hope and Allison are away, half a dozen orphans make a break for it.
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6:00pm
Vancouver Island Eastern Coastline
S2 E2 - The eastern coastline of Vancouver Island is a 200-km journey along one of Canada's most spectacular waterways.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 1:00pm
7:00pm
S2 E1 - Cape Town is using bold urban projects to create democratic inclusivity and unify a population with a dark history of segregation and violence.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 2:00pm
Mon Jul 29, 11:00pm
Tue Jul 30, 6:00pm
Thu Sep 26, 6:00pm
8:00pm
Cambodia & Thailand: Twists in the Track
S4 E3 - China's aid has helped Cambodia build modern infrastructure, and diplomatic support from Beijing helps Hun Sen fend off human rights criticism.
Additional Dates
Thu Jul 25, 12:00am
9:00pm
The Biggest Estate
E4 - When much of the world embraced agriculture, the first Australians rejected it. They chose ingenious land management systems to transform the harshest habitable continent into a land of bounty.
Additional Dates
Thu Jul 25, 1:00am
10:00pm
North NSW - Lord Howe
S3 E2 - Neil travels to Lord Howe Island in search of the world's rarest insect. Brendan is on the Hawkesbury River on a wartime boat that became a leisure-time icon, and Emma tattoos a seahorse for science.
Additional Dates
Thu Jul 25, 2:00am
S1 E2 - Dr. McKnight tries his best to diagnose a patient who is deaf and blind. Deborah, the ER's social worker, plays detective to track down the identity of a "John Doe".
12:00am
Cambodia & Thailand: Twists in the Track
S4 E3 - China's aid has helped Cambodia build modern infrastructure, and diplomatic support from Beijing helps Hun Sen fend off human rights criticism.
1:00am
The Biggest Estate
E4 - When much of the world embraced agriculture, the first Australians rejected it. They chose ingenious land management systems to transform the harshest habitable continent into a land of bounty.
2:00am
North NSW - Lord Howe
S3 E2 - Neil travels to Lord Howe Island in search of the world's rarest insect. Brendan is on the Hawkesbury River on a wartime boat that became a leisure-time icon, and Emma tattoos a seahorse for science.
3:00am
Last Tango in Halifax
S3 E2 - Alan finally lets Celia into his secret about Gary but is saddened when Celia punishes Caroline on her wedding day for his mistake.
4:00am
Rule Britannia
S3 E3 - David Starkey tells the stories of the reigns of King William III and his wife Mary, and their successor Queen Anne.
5:00am
Wasn't That a Party?
S2 E11 - Hope's annual open house is bigger and better than ever, and the volunteers are scrambling to get everything in order.
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6:00pm
Heavy Lifting
E2 - Apprentice crane operator Nathan Moore's skills are put to the test by gusty winds on a massive roofing job; meanwhile, J.P. Chiarot is called in to move a hot tub over a house.
7:00pm
S4 E13 - Shanghai is a city where capitalism flourishes, but where everyday life is still rooted in traditions and culture.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 26, 6:00pm
Sat Jul 27, 3:00pm
8:00pm
Australia With Simon Reeve
E1 - Simon's adventure begins in the magnificent Red Centre of the country. He then travels through South Australia and onto the Indian Pacific railway, until he reaches the west coast city of Perth.
Featuring stunning NASA footage and expert interviews, we follow the intensive and diverse ten-year training period that put America's best astronauts on the Moon.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 26, 12:00am
When Alan Bean set foot on the lunar surface in 1969, he feared the world would never see what he saw. Two decades later, Bean documents the Apollo missions through out-of-this-world paintings.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 26, 1:00am
Thu Aug 15, 10:30pm
Fri Aug 16, 1:30am
10:30pm
Space Suite Apollo
Trace the history of NASA's Lunar missions from Mercury to Gemini, to the Apollo Missions that ultimately landed a man on the moon. Set to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Space Suite Apollo gives viewers an unflinching look at the raw footage that continues to capture the world's imagination.
Additional Dates
Fri Jul 26, 1:30am
Thu Aug 29, 10:35pm
Fri Aug 30, 1:35am
11:00pm
Bay of Fundy
E11 - The Bay of Fundy is home to the world's highest tides. The surging waters of the bay sustain some of the richest ecosystems on the planet - home to whales, seabirds, invertebrates and more.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 6:00pm
Sun Jul 28, 12:00pm
Featuring stunning NASA footage and expert interviews, we follow the intensive and diverse ten-year training period that put America's best astronauts on the Moon.
When Alan Bean set foot on the lunar surface in 1969, he feared the world would never see what he saw. Two decades later, Bean documents the Apollo missions through out-of-this-world paintings.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 15, 10:30pm
Fri Aug 16, 1:30am
1:30am
Space Suite Apollo
Trace the history of NASA's Lunar missions from Mercury to Gemini, to the Apollo Missions that ultimately landed a man on the moon. Set to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Space Suite Apollo gives viewers an unflinching look at the raw footage that continues to capture the world's imagination.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 29, 10:35pm
Fri Aug 30, 1:35am
2:00am
Daughters of Cain
Specials E2 - A story laced with suicide and drugs has Morse and Lewis plunged back into Oxford's academic world investigating a retired university fellow's murder.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 17, 3:00am
Tue Sep 10, 2:00am
4:00am
The Russian Cousin
S12 E7 - UCOS investigate the murder of a private investigator, stabbed through the heart in a suspected robbery gone wrong.
5:00am
Hope's Notes
S2 E12 - Never-before-seen footage from two years of Hope's greatest stories!
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6:00pm
S4 E13 - Shanghai is a city where capitalism flourishes, but where everyday life is still rooted in traditions and culture.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 3:00pm
7:00pm
Houdini Whodunit
S2 E4 - Murdoch finds himself investigating a daring robbery and murder that seem to be the work of a young Harry Houdini. Dr. Ogden's sister arrives in town and appears to be attracted to Murdoch.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 6:00pm
8:00pm
Call the Midwife
S3 E8 - Shelagh makes some important decisions about her future, while Patsy is finding the working life of midwifery chaotic.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 12:00am
9:00pm
Playing Advantage
S3 E1 - Janet takes a job with the National Crime Commission investigating bet fixing in sports, and focuses on a case where a young cricketer committed suicide after being accused of fixing a match.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 1:00am
10:00pm
The Legacy
S1 E9 - Gro continues looking for work, and makes a play to get her career back on track. Emil is desperate to find some quick cash to pay off his debts. Signe throws a party at Gronnegaard.
Additional Dates
Sat Jul 27, 2:00am
11:00pm
E3 - On the last day of the premiere league football season, thousands of potentially rowdy fans looking for excitement have staff and police ready to for anything.
12:00am
Call the Midwife
S3 E8 - Shelagh makes some important decisions about her future, while Patsy is finding the working life of midwifery chaotic.
1:00am
Playing Advantage
S3 E1 - Janet takes a job with the National Crime Commission investigating bet fixing in sports, and focuses on a case where a young cricketer committed suicide after being accused of fixing a match.
2:00am
The Legacy
S1 E9 - Gro continues looking for work, and makes a play to get her career back on track. Emil is desperate to find some quick cash to pay off his debts. Signe throws a party at Gronnegaard.
3:00am
The Day of the Devil
S7 E2 - A serial rapist and Satanist escapes from a mental hospital and demands that his therapist be turned over to him. A master of disguise, the rapist sets up an elaboratebattle of wits with Morse.
Additional Dates
Tue Aug 20, 2:00am
5:00am
Earl, Meet Ralph
S2 E13 - A huge storm blows an unusual patient off-course and straight into Hope for Wildlife.
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12:00pm
Always Open
S6 E12 - Hope's open house is bigger than ever - with more challenges than ever. A mysterious visitor leaves a big impression.
Additional Dates
Mon Sep 16, 5:00am
1:00pm
Carpageddon
S1 E2 - Asian Carp have taken over the Mississippi River system and are now on the doorstep of Lake Michigan. The brothers reveal how dangerous invasive species can be.
S3 E1 - In Yoho, 28 mountain peaks are carved by picturesque waterfalls and more than 250 miles of hiking trails.
2:00pm
S2 E1 - Cape Town is using bold urban projects to create democratic inclusivity and unify a population with a dark history of segregation and violence.
Additional Dates
Mon Jul 29, 11:00pm
Tue Jul 30, 6:00pm
Thu Sep 26, 6:00pm
3:00pm
S4 E13 - Shanghai is a city where capitalism flourishes, but where everyday life is still rooted in traditions and culture.
4:00pm
Unleashing the Power
E3 - Professor Al-Khalili reveals the breakthroughs that harnessed the elements' might and released vast power.
5:00pm
Forests
E1 - Our explorers will examine the complex relationship between BC's coastal rainforests and the Pacific Ocean. The link between these two distinct ecosystems is made by a single species- salmon.
6:00pm
Bay of Fundy
E11 - The Bay of Fundy is home to the world's highest tides. The surging waters of the bay sustain some of the richest ecosystems on the planet - home to whales, seabirds, invertebrates and more.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 12:00pm
7:00pm
Rivers, Lakes and Oceans
E2 - Europe's rivers wind their way from the continent's snow-capped mountains, through valleys and across grassland plains, carving the landscape and providing food and habitats for thousands of species.
8:00pm
Nice Girls Don't
S4 E6 - Gina is attacked when she is followed home one night. Inspector Murchison interviews her after the assault, but accuses her of being drunk and making up the story. When a second woman is followed home, Nick investigates and discovers the suspect.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 18, 3:00am
9:00pm
Duty and Honour Part 1
S7 E5 - The discovery of a human hand leads the team to the cover-up of a major incident.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 12:00am
10:00pm
Duty and Honour Part 2
S7 E6 - An Iraqi woman proves the key to the unlocking of the case.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 1:00am
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.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 2:00am
Sun Jul 28, 2:00pm
12:00am
Duty and Honour Part 1
S7 E5 - The discovery of a human hand leads the team to the cover-up of a major incident.
1:00am
Duty and Honour Part 2
S7 E6 - An Iraqi woman proves the key to the unlocking of the case.
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.
Additional Dates
Sun Jul 28, 2:00pm
3:00am
Midday Sun
S4 E3 - Panic arises in Aidensfield when an illegally smuggled dog causes a rabies outbreak.
4:00am
Last Tango in Halifax
S3 E5 - Gillian discovers that a private family matter has gone public.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 15, 3:00am
5:00am
Hope Springs Eternal
S3 E1 - A new year and more challenges than ever for Hope! Hope cares for the first two beavers ever at the rehab, and learns the fate of her most famous patient.
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
Bay of Fundy
E11 - The Bay of Fundy is home to the world's highest tides. The surging waters of the bay sustain some of the richest ecosystems on the planet - home to whales, seabirds, invertebrates and more.
1:00pm
Vancouver Island Eastern Coastline
S2 E2 - The eastern coastline of Vancouver Island is a 200-km journey along one of Canada's most spectacular waterways.
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.
Tugan Sokhiev, the Orchestra National du Capitole de Toulouse and trumpeter Alison Balsom perform works by Haydn and Shostakovich.
Additional Dates
Wed Jul 31, 3:00am
S2 E5 - With unrestricted access to the world's first eco home, Alan discovers the life of William Armstrong who championed innovation and built an impressive house that even royalty flocked to visit.
6:00pm
Houdini Whodunit
S2 E4 - Murdoch finds himself investigating a daring robbery and murder that seem to be the work of a young Harry Houdini. Dr. Ogden's sister arrives in town and appears to be attracted to Murdoch.
7:00pm
Primates
E10 - Primates are uniquely intelligent: engaging in problem solving, communication, tool use and intimate social interplay.
8:00pm
Our Zoo
E1 - Deeply affected by his war trauma and driven by his strong love of animals, George attempts to build his dream - a zoo without bars.
Additional Dates
Mon Jul 29, 12:00am
9:00pm
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
Mon Jul 29, 1:00am
10:00pm
The Container Lorry
S1 E9 - A murder investigation is launched after the discovery of an abandoned lorry filled with dead bodies, including those of children.
Additional Dates
Mon Jul 29, 2:00am
11:30pm
Clayoquot Sound with Fae Logie
S5 E2 - We travel with Fae Logie to Clayoquot Sound where she installs works that seems at home on the rain swept beaches and thick rainforest of Vancouver Island.
Additional Dates
Mon Jul 29, 3:30am
12:00am
Our Zoo
E1 - Deeply affected by his war trauma and driven by his strong love of animals, George attempts to build his dream - a zoo without bars.
1:00am
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.
2:00am
The Container Lorry
S1 E9 - A murder investigation is launched after the discovery of an abandoned lorry filled with dead bodies, including those of children.
3:30am
Clayoquot Sound with Fae Logie
S5 E2 - We travel with Fae Logie to Clayoquot Sound where she installs works that seems at home on the rain swept beaches and thick rainforest of Vancouver Island.
4:00am
The Crazy Gang
S12 E10 - UCOS are threatened with closure following their perceived mishandling of the Henway case. In their final case, the team investigate the bloody murder of a political activist 15 years ago.
Additional Dates
Fri Aug 16, 4:00am
5:00am
S3 E2 - Hope and Dr. Barry travel across the continent to learn about rehabilitating bears. They've soon got their hands full wrangling five baby black bears.
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
Valley of the Dammed
S1 E5 - Alex and Tyler travel down the Mekong River to learn how climate change, overfishing and a series of 11 planned mega-dams will affect the river and its people.
Additional Dates
Sat Aug 17, 1:00pm
6:30pm
S4 E4 - Quetico Provincial Park is a world-renowned canoeing paradise with a vast wilderness and amazing views of cliffs, waterfalls, wildlife and forests.
Additional Dates
Sat Sep 28, 1:30pm
7:00pm
E12 - Wind and waves carve, shape and chisel the majestic Welsh coastline, teeming with wildlife and majestic scenery.
Additional Dates
Thu Aug 1, 11:00pm
Sat Aug 3, 6:00pm
Sun Aug 4, 12:00pm
8:00pm
S2 E6 - Bernard Ward, the First Viscount Bangor, and his wife, Lady Ann, could not compromise on a design they both enjoyed, which resulted in the eccentric Castle Ward.
Additional Dates
Sun Aug 4, 5:00pm
Professor Amanda Vickery, one of the leading chroniclers of Georgian England, considers why Jane Austen's books continue to delight, amuse, console and provoke.
Additional Dates
Tue Jul 30, 12:00am
E4 - Waldemar takes a closer look at the last years of Impressionism, exploring how the Impressionists used new discoveries to influence their work.
Additional Dates
Tue Jul 30, 1:00am
11:00pm
S2 E1 - Cape Town is using bold urban projects to create democratic inclusivity and unify a population with a dark history of segregation and violence.
Additional Dates
Tue Jul 30, 6:00pm
Thu Sep 26, 6:00pm