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Follows a survivor of clerical sexual abuse as he pursues justice through a public trial in the hopes of forcing the dark and hidden story of widespread abuse to light.
High in the snowy peaks of BC, adventurers, nuns, artists and photographers feel the draw of the mountains so strongly that their lives must revolve around them.
Well-known Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa performs Beethoven's Symphony No. 2 and No. 7 at the Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto along with members of the Saito Kinen Orchestra.
Highlights the unique history of the Great Depression in Vancouver and the influx of transient men that arrived with it.
5:00am
Later Gator
S3 E9 - When Hope and Dr. Barry explore a wildlife rehab in Southwest Florida, they find themselves face to face with 'gators, tortoises and stunning seabirds.
On air
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
S3 E3 - The ancient city of Beirut has endured civil war and bombings, but amidst crumbling buildings, a garbage crisis and frequent blackouts, Beirutis understand that nothing gets done unless you do it yourself.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 26, 11:00pm
Sat Jan 29, 2:00pm
7:00pm
Harp Seals
S10 E4 - When two harp seals are rescued, Hope's team struggles to teach them the natural behaviour they need to survive in the wild.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 27, 6:00pm
Sat Jan 29, 12:00pm
Sat Jan 29, 6:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 1:00pm
8:00pm
Heart of the Dragon
E1 - In southern China peasants have developed a relationship with the region's animal inhabitants - water buffalo are used in agriculture, and tamed cormorants help their owners to fish.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 27, 12:00am
Chris Tarrant goes on a personal journey to explore railways and their role in the Holocaust, meeting survivors as they retrace their wartime journeys.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 27, 1:00am
10:00pm
Berlin 1945
E2 - On April 30, 1945, the Red Flag flies over the Reichstag. National Socialism is finally beaten, along with Germany and Berlin - not only a defeat, but a liberation for many.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 27, 2:00am
11:00pm
S3 E3 - The ancient city of Beirut has endured civil war and bombings, but amidst crumbling buildings, a garbage crisis and frequent blackouts, Beirutis understand that nothing gets done unless you do it yourself.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 2:00pm
12:00am
Heart of the Dragon
E1 - In southern China peasants have developed a relationship with the region's animal inhabitants - water buffalo are used in agriculture, and tamed cormorants help their owners to fish.
Chris Tarrant goes on a personal journey to explore railways and their role in the Holocaust, meeting survivors as they retrace their wartime journeys.
2:00am
Berlin 1945
E2 - On April 30, 1945, the Red Flag flies over the Reichstag. National Socialism is finally beaten, along with Germany and Berlin - not only a defeat, but a liberation for many.
3:00am
Age of Ancestors
E2 - Neil Oliver examines how, in 4,000 BC, the first farmers arrived from Europe and introduced a new way of life: agriculture.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 28, 4:00am
4:00am
Hungry Bears
S1 E10 - Angelika struggles to feed the cubs as they fight over food.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 4:00am
4:30am
Awakening a Generation
E10 - Host Pakesso Mukash meets Ta'Kaiya Blaney, a 15-year-old environmentalist and Indigenous rights activist from BC.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 4:30am
5:00am
Howdy, Hope!
S3 E10 - In Texas, Hope and Dr. Barry discover that not everybody agrees on the best ways to help 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.
6:00pm
Harp Seals
S10 E4 - When two harp seals are rescued, Hope's team struggles to teach them the natural behaviour they need to survive in the wild.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 12:00pm
Sat Jan 29, 6:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 1:00pm
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 28, 6:00pm
Sat Jan 29, 3:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 12:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 31, 3:00am
8:00pm
Joanna Lumley's India
E2 - Joanna begins her journey in Mumbai,then travels through the western state of Gujarat and on to exotic Rajasthan. At the Gateway of India, she faces the stone archway through which she left in 1947.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 5:00pm
Commissioned by NASA to cover their historic Apollo 11 Moon mission in July 1969, this film meticulously captures the events leading up to the legendary achievement.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 28, 12:00am
11:00pm
Big Island - Hawaii
S1 E4 - Hawaii Island is the largest of them all, yet it is the least visited by tourists.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 1:00pm
Commissioned by NASA to cover their historic Apollo 11 Moon mission in July 1969, this film meticulously captures the events leading up to the legendary achievement.
2:00am
Child's Play
S1 E10 - Children are the prime suspects in the murder of a wealthy philanthropist.
3:00am
The Miami Job
E3 - The team must figure out how to implode an outdated resort complex with multi-million dollar condo buildings sitting just 18 feet away.
4:00am
Age of Ancestors
E2 - Neil Oliver examines how, in 4,000 BC, the first farmers arrived from Europe and introduced a new way of life: agriculture.
5:00am
Coast to Coast
S3 E11 - Hope and Allison's quest to expand their rehab knowledge takes them to San Diego, California. How do the rehabs there handle huge caseloads and dangerous animals?
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.
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 3:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 12:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 31, 3:00am
E1 - First Nations persevered through years of brutality and criminalization - remembering this history is an act of refusal to be erased.
8:00pm
Home Fires
S1 E1 - With war looming, the women of Great Paxford face a difficult decision, and Dr. Campbell discovers the terrible reason why he can't enlist.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 12:00am
9:00pm
Awakening
S20 E5 - Nikki travels to Mexico following the violent death of her friend in a carjacking. With Nikki locked in a struggle for survival, Jack faces the biggest choice of his life.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 1:00am
11:00pm
The Oil Capital
S1 E8 - It's time for the Parliament to vote on which city is to become the oil capital of Norway, and everyone in town is eager to hear the result.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 3:00am
12:00am
Home Fires
S1 E1 - With war looming, the women of Great Paxford face a difficult decision, and Dr. Campbell discovers the terrible reason why he can't enlist.
1:00am
Awakening
S20 E5 - Nikki travels to Mexico following the violent death of her friend in a carjacking. With Nikki locked in a struggle for survival, Jack faces the biggest choice of his life.
3:00am
The Oil Capital
S1 E8 - It's time for the Parliament to vote on which city is to become the oil capital of Norway, and everyone in town is eager to hear the result.
4:00am
Death in Paradise
S4 E5 - The team is introduced to the crazy world of rock and roll when the lead singer of a band is murdered on Saint Marie and DI Goodman struggles to keep control of the unruly suspects.
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.
12:00pm
Harp Seals
S10 E4 - When two harp seals are rescued, Hope's team struggles to teach them the natural behaviour they need to survive in the wild.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 29, 6:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 1:00pm
1:00pm
Big Island - Hawaii
S1 E4 - Hawaii Island is the largest of them all, yet it is the least visited by tourists.
2:00pm
S3 E3 - The ancient city of Beirut has endured civil war and bombings, but amidst crumbling buildings, a garbage crisis and frequent blackouts, Beirutis understand that nothing gets done unless you do it yourself.
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 12:00pm
Sun Jan 30, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 31, 3:00am
S1 E3 - In Essex, the earthwork remains of a fort dating back to the time when Henry VII took England out of the European Catholic union is discovered.
5:00pm
Joanna Lumley's India
E2 - Joanna begins her journey in Mumbai,then travels through the western state of Gujarat and on to exotic Rajasthan. At the Gateway of India, she faces the stone archway through which she left in 1947.
6:00pm
Harp Seals
S10 E4 - When two harp seals are rescued, Hope's team struggles to teach them the natural behaviour they need to survive in the wild.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 1:00pm
7:00pm
Japan: Islands of Extremes
S2 E1 - Explore the unique species that inhabit Japan, an expansive chain of 6,852 islands wildly diverse climate zones.
8:00pm
Who's Who?
S10 E17 - Jackie hires Oscar Blaketon as a private investigator, David's date doesn't go as planned, and Gina has news for Phil.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 3:00am
9:00pm
Crime and Punishment
S19 E2 - Barnaby and Winter investigate when a member of The Bleakridge Watch dies and uncovers how far people will go for power.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 12:00am
10:35pm
James Nesbitt's Ireland
E4 - In County Galway, James meets a fisherman who is excited about the new crop of oysters, and encounters a traditional matchmaker who has a unique way of bringing lonely hearts together.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 1:35am
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
Sun Jan 30, 2:00am
Sun Jan 30, 5:10pm
12:00am
Crime and Punishment
S19 E2 - Barnaby and Winter investigate when a member of The Bleakridge Watch dies and uncovers how far people will go for power.
1:35am
James Nesbitt's Ireland
E4 - In County Galway, James meets a fisherman who is excited about the new crop of oysters, and encounters a traditional matchmaker who has a unique way of bringing lonely hearts together.
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
Sun Jan 30, 5:10pm
3:00am
Who's Who?
S10 E17 - Jackie hires Oscar Blaketon as a private investigator, David's date doesn't go as planned, and Gina has news for Phil.
4:00am
Das Vergessen
S2 E5 - Julien and Jorn's investigation leads them further into the murky underbelly of Eckhausen and the secrets of its conflicting German and British communities, with the possibility of a third suspect.
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.
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 31, 3:00am
1:00pm
Harp Seals
S10 E4 - When two harp seals are rescued, Hope's team struggles to teach them the natural behaviour they need to survive in the wild.
2:00pm
Murdoch au Naturel
S6 E5 - Murdoch takes on some revealing detective work while investigating a murder at a nudist community.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 30, 6:00pm
Live from the Royal Opera House in London, Marianela Nunez and Thiago Soares bring to life Tchaikovsky's classic tale of love and heartbreak.
E4 - Julie Walters heads to the town that inspired Thomas the Tank Engine and then to the famed Ffestiniog Railway through Snowdonia National Park.
6:00pm
Murdoch au Naturel
S6 E5 - Murdoch takes on some revealing detective work while investigating a murder at a nudist community.
E3 - Patrick Aryee explores the challenges facing our megafauna as he tracks down great white sharks, lions and one of the last "tusker" elephants left on the planet.
8:00pm
Plan of Attack
S6 E1 - A young man is found hanging in a wood: an aerial photograph of a German village in his pocket. The new head of Hastings police believes it's a straight-forward suicide but Milner knows it's murder and that Foyle can help him prove it.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 12:00am
9:35pm
Dear Reader
Ten short films celebrate authors, writing and the book culture that has helped shaped BC's unique identity.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 1:35am
10:00pm
The March Dead
E3 - A military coup threatening Germany comes to Weimar.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 2:00am
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 31, 3:00am
12:00am
Plan of Attack
S6 E1 - A young man is found hanging in a wood: an aerial photograph of a German village in his pocket. The new head of Hastings police believes it's a straight-forward suicide but Milner knows it's murder and that Foyle can help him prove it.
1:35am
Dear Reader
Ten short films celebrate authors, writing and the book culture that has helped shaped BC's unique identity.
2:00am
The March Dead
E3 - A military coup threatening Germany comes to Weimar.
S1 E2 - With over 50% of its population under the age of 24, change is being ushered in by Cape Town's youth. Optimism, hope and resilience pit themselves against the lingering wounds of apartheid.
4:00am
Hungry Bears
S1 E10 - Angelika struggles to feed the cubs as they fight over food.
4:30am
Awakening a Generation
E10 - Host Pakesso Mukash meets Ta'Kaiya Blaney, a 15-year-old environmentalist and Indigenous rights activist from BC.
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.
6:00pm
Channel Islands
S1 E5 - Discover the Channel Islands in all their abundant natural glory, each with its own personality and living conditions and each inspired one way or another by British history and French culture.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 3, 11:00pm
Sat Feb 5, 1:00pm
7:00pm
S1 E1 - Covering tens of thousands of miles around the globe, Tony Robinson begins his first leg by exploring Paris, Munich, Budapest and Istanbul by train.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 5, 11:00pm
Sun Feb 6, 2:00am
Sun Feb 6, 5:00pm
E2 - Explores the history of labour and inequality in BC. First Nations, immigrants and women fought overseas in both World Wars, and then kept fighting for equal rights at home.
Additional Dates
Fri Feb 4, 7:00pm
9:00pm
The Fighting Temeraire
E3 - The story behind JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire, a painting voted the nation's favourite.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 1, 12:00am
E6 - Gus Casely-Hayford and actress Dame Harriet Walter venture into the world of Walter Sickert, who reveled in the life of music halls and popular entertainment.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 1, 1:00am
11:00pm
Land of Extremes
S1 E1 - The Arctic, locked in darkness for nearly seven months, springs to life once the sun rises above the horizon.
12:00am
The Fighting Temeraire
E3 - The story behind JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire, a painting voted the nation's favourite.
E6 - Gus Casely-Hayford and actress Dame Harriet Walter venture into the world of Walter Sickert, who reveled in the life of music halls and popular entertainment.
2:00am
Death in Paradise
S4 E6 - As Saint Marie celebrates getting through to the finals of the Inter-Island Volleyball Championships, DI Goodman and the team are under pressure to solve the murder of a player.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 5, 4:00am
3:00am
Saint John
S2 E6 - Julien' s health is failing, but his determination to track down the missing girl means he's not finished with the Webster case, as he is still searching for his third suspect.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 6, 4:00am
They were the "it" girls of their era, the female pilots of World War II. Spitfire Women captures the stories of these unsung heroines, whose tales of courage remain largely unknown.
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.
6:00pm
Devon Island: Land of Ice
S1 E2 - Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island in the world. It's so remote and forbidding that when scientists wanted to simulate living conditions on Mars, they chose Devon.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 7, 11:00pm
7:00pm
Barcelona
S3 E4 - The impact of tourism is not all positive in Barcelona, and has compelled locals to find solutions to reclaim their city and make it more livable.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 2, 6:00pm
Wed Feb 2, 11:00pm
Sat Feb 5, 2:00pm
8:00pm
East Sussex
S2 E1 - Tori and the team explore the wreck of a ship that went down in the 1740s, discover a prehistoric well shaft, and investigate the tale of a harbour that took 63 years to build.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 5, 4:00pm
Indigenous artist Carey Newman creates a piece called the "Witness Blanket" that commemorates the experiences of residential school survivors across Canada.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 2, 12:00am
In the 50 years since he carved his first totem pole and saw it raised on Haida Gwaii, Robert Davidson has come to be regarded as one of the world's foremost modern artists.
Additional Dates
Wed Feb 2, 1:30am