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TV Schedule

12:00am
Death in Paradise
S3 E5 - Saint-Marie's Commerce Minister is discovered dead, Camille is put in an awkward position when her father is seen as a potential suspect.
1:00am
S13 E5 - Nikki returns to her childhood hometown when she is hired as a consulting forensic anthropologist.Leo and Harry are also in town and become involved in an investigation into the death of a young girl.
3:00am
Elegy for April
E3 - Phoebe asks Quirke to help her search for her missing friend, April. Quirke fears that April has come to harm, but her family tries to hush up her disappearance.
E3 - From company towns like Ocean Falls popping up around the province to the devastating Second Narrows Bridge collapse, British Columbia is a province rich with stories to tell.
5:00am
S3 E7 - The largest city in Vietnam is still called Saigon by its residents. Its hot and humid climate pushes them to invade the streets and restaurants late in the evening to enjoy the pleasant cool air.
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
Garbage Day
S8 E24 - The team cleans the farm in preparation for the annual open house and Aislyn celebrates her last day by organizing the second raccoon roundup of the year.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 19, 6:00pm
12:30pm
Lights Out
S1 E12 - Season finale. Two cubs become deathly ill from a parasite that has killed many bears, and the shelter gets 45 bears ready for hibernation.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 19, 6:30pm
1:00pm
Underwater Highways
S3 E2 - On Cocos Island, the brothers examine the migration patterns of sharks and sea turtles.
1:30pm
S3 E5 - Pukaskwa's unpredictable landscape features boreal forests and iron-rich plutonic rocks, which scientist have compared to the geology of Mars.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 14, 5:00am
2:00pm
Not Your Regular 9 to 5
E6 - A train driver explains the daily duties of his role, and a potentially faulty machine at London's King's Cross Station causes headaches. Elsewhere, new trolley staff make their debut.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 6:00pm
3:00pm
S2 E12 - Sardinia delights the senses with its local products and its enchanting setting,where traditional songs are still heard. The island also has the world's highest concentration of centenarians.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 21, 3:00am
The amazing development of human babies in the first 12 months of life.
E3 - On her final journey, Kate Humble travels deep into the southern Gobi Desert in Mongolia to live with an extended family of cashmere goat and yak herders.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 19, 5:00pm
E3 - On her final journey, Kate Humble travels deep into the southern Gobi Desert in Mongolia to live with an extended family of cashmere goat and yak herders.
6:00pm
Garbage Day
S8 E24 - The team cleans the farm in preparation for the annual open house and Aislyn celebrates her last day by organizing the second raccoon roundup of the year.
6:30pm
Lights Out
S1 E12 - Season finale. Two cubs become deathly ill from a parasite that has killed many bears, and the shelter gets 45 bears ready for hibernation.
On air
7:00pm
Spring
E2 - The sun appears after an absence of five months; warmth and life return to these magical ice worlds - the greatest seasonal transformation on our planet is underway.
8:00pm
Primal Instinct
S1 E9 - Former Chief Superintendent Andrew Gerard is found shot dead at home, and constable Nick Rowan finds himself working with Scotland Yard once again.
Additional Dates
Sun Feb 10, 3:00am
9:00pm
Protected
S4 E2 - DCI Vera Stanhope and DS Joe Ashworth investigate the mysterious murder of David Kenworthy, found dead on the beach at Whitley Bay.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 12:00am
10:30pm
Cape Breton National Park
S1 E6 - Cape Breton Highlands National Park is known for its spectacular ocean and mountain views. One third of the Cabot Trail, a world-famous scenic highway, runs through the national park.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 1:30am
Mon Feb 18, 6:30pm
S1 E1 - Photographer Heidi Hollinger takes us on a tour of Helsinki, a city unlike any other: a leader in social policy, an innovator in telecommunications, and obsessive in its pursuit of civil organization.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 2:00am
Sun Jan 20, 2:00pm
Sat Mar 9, 5:00am
12:00am
Protected
S4 E2 - DCI Vera Stanhope and DS Joe Ashworth investigate the mysterious murder of David Kenworthy, found dead on the beach at Whitley Bay.
1:30am
Cape Breton National Park
S1 E6 - Cape Breton Highlands National Park is known for its spectacular ocean and mountain views. One third of the Cabot Trail, a world-famous scenic highway, runs through the national park.
Additional Dates
Mon Feb 18, 6:30pm
S1 E1 - Photographer Heidi Hollinger takes us on a tour of Helsinki, a city unlike any other: a leader in social policy, an innovator in telecommunications, and obsessive in its pursuit of civil organization.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 20, 2:00pm
Sat Mar 9, 5:00am
3:00am
Old, New, Borrowed and Blue
S1 E6 - Aidensfield has seen a spate of burglaries recently and a baffling clue common to every case is that the thief tidies the home before leaving with the loot.
4:00am
The Lady in Gold
S2 E1 - A portrait that was confiscated by the Nazis in 1938 goes on to fetch a world record price at auction.
5:00am
End of the Road
S2 E8 - British Columbia's coastal adventures truly begin where the road ends - north of Powell River - as we explore offshore islands, inland volcanoes and forgotten World War II defence fortifications.
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.
An exotic species of mountain Stone sheep, found only in the remote wilderness of northwestern BC, are providing scientists with a rare look at the influence of geology upon the genetics of a species.
1:00pm
Independence Trail
E2 - From the Isles of Shoals, trace the tiny New Hampshire coast and soar high above New England's most historic Revolutionary sites, from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 23, 6:00pm
S1 E1 - Photographer Heidi Hollinger takes us on a tour of Helsinki, a city unlike any other: a leader in social policy, an innovator in telecommunications, and obsessive in its pursuit of civil organization.
Additional Dates
Sat Mar 9, 5:00am
An enchanting evening with mezzo - soprano Cecilia Bartoli as she sings moving love songs and breathtaking arias from the historic stage of Vicenza's Teatro Olimpico.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 23, 3:00am
4:30pm
Home Base
E2 - A diverse range of BC artists, athletes and celebrities share what "home" means to them.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 23, 4:30am
Tue Feb 26, 11:40pm
Wed Feb 27, 2:40am
5:00pm
Bounty from the Sea
S10 E2 - Nick Crane embarks on an island odyssey in the Faroe Islands, diving for 50-year-old mussels and learning the Faroese way of salmon farming.
6:00pm
Not Your Regular 9 to 5
E6 - A train driver explains the daily duties of his role, and a potentially faulty machine at London's King's Cross Station causes headaches. Elsewhere, new trolley staff make their debut.
Australia is being invaded by killer toads equipped with a deadly toxin. Scientists race to study why these toads are such effective killers.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 4:00pm
8:00pm
The Blue Geranium
S5 E1 - Agoraphobic Mary had a well­ known fear of anything blue, but did she really die of shock when the geranium in her wallpaper changed colour? The mystery deepens when another body is found.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 21, 12:00am
9:35pm
E7 - In this episode , Griff explores grassland hills formed on a bedrock of limestone in the Costswolds, where he must exhibit a giant vegetable!
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 21, 1:35am
10:00pm
Borgen
New
In Brussels, No One Can Hear You Scream
S2 E12 - Birgette must appoint Denmark's new EU commissioner, but the most skilled candidate is also the person she upset with her military build-up in Afghanistan.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 21, 2:00am
11:00pm
S2 E12 - Sardinia delights the senses with its local products and its enchanting setting,where traditional songs are still heard. The island also has the world's highest concentration of centenarians.
Additional Dates
Mon Jan 21, 3:00am
12:00am
The Blue Geranium
S5 E1 - Agoraphobic Mary had a well­ known fear of anything blue, but did she really die of shock when the geranium in her wallpaper changed colour? The mystery deepens when another body is found.
1:35am
E7 - In this episode , Griff explores grassland hills formed on a bedrock of limestone in the Costswolds, where he must exhibit a giant vegetable!
2:00am
In Brussels, No One Can Hear You Scream
S2 E12 - Birgette must appoint Denmark's new EU commissioner, but the most skilled candidate is also the person she upset with her military build-up in Afghanistan.
3:00am
S2 E12 - Sardinia delights the senses with its local products and its enchanting setting,where traditional songs are still heard. The island also has the world's highest concentration of centenarians.
4:00am
The Curate's Egg
S12 E3 - In Sasha's absence, Danny and Steve welcome new boss Ted Case into the UCOS office.
Additional Dates
Fri Feb 8, 4:00am
Mon Apr 1, 4:00am
5:00am
Huron Boundary
S3 E8 - From high above the city of Sault Ste. Marie, we explore the rugged Lake Huron coastline and the scenic lakeside communities beyond.
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
Liberty Through Music
E2 - A Chilean rap group uses music to awaken the Mapuche spirit.
6:30pm
S1 E2 - Point Pelee National Park boasts one of the largest concentrations of birds during spring and fall migration, making it a tourist attraction for thousands of visitors.
Additional Dates
Sat Mar 23, 1:30pm
7:00pm
The Heavens Open
S8 E25 - As Hope prepares for the annual open house, an approaching rainstorm threatens the most important day of the year at the farm.
Additional Dates
Tue Jan 22, 6:00pm
Sat Jan 26, 12:00pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:00pm
After sinking during the gold rush more than 100 years ago, a steamship is rediscovered by a team of underwater archaeologists in the great Canadian Yukon.
Additional Dates
Tue Jan 22, 6:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 12:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:30pm
8:00pm
Ingenious Isles
S10 E3 - Nick Crane investigates a lighthouse constructed on a precarious piece of rock and Dick Strawbridge looks at how a military artist came up with a way to disguise ships before radar was invented.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 27, 5:00pm
9:00pm
The Art of China
E3 - Andrew Graham-Dixon charts the journey from imperial to modern - the glorious rise and calamitous fall of China's last dynasty.
Additional Dates
Tue Jan 22, 12:00am
10:00pm
Children
E2 - Parents, friends and teachers captured on film the experiences of British and German children during World War II.
11:00pm
Hauling History
S3 E3 - A team of vintage aircraft enthusiasts attempt to move a precious Lockeed Lodestar aircraft 60 km across Vancouver's bustling city roads.
12:00am
The Art of China
E3 - Andrew Graham-Dixon charts the journey from imperial to modern - the glorious rise and calamitous fall of China's last dynasty.
1:00am
Last Tango in Halifax
S1 E3 - Celia and Alan's search for a wedding venue leaves them trapped in a haunted medieval mansion.
2:00am
Whitechapel
S3 E5 - A dangerous patient and former Whitechapel resident escapes from a psychiatric unit around the same time that a babysitter is murdered. Viewer discretion is advised.
3:00am
Whitechapel
S3 E6 - With the body count rising, Miles and Chandler begin to disagree over the direction of the investigation and struggle to put aside their differences. Viewer discretion is advised.
4:00am
The South
E3 - From the tax haven of Guernsey, Martin visits Sark, the last feudal state in Europe, and continues on to St. Michael's Mount and the Scilly Isles. He then stops briefly in St. Agnes, the most southwesterly inhabited island.
Additional Dates
Thu Feb 7, 3:00am
5:00am
Rocky Shores - Silent Partner
S1 E2 - Mercury offers us a look at a solid world and the forces that shape it. With substantially more matter and a thicker atmosphere, Venus tells an even more complex story.
5:30am
Misty the Owl
S1 E4 - Misty the owl prepares for his first ever public flight. A Hungarian sheepdog competes at the national championships, and a police horse celebrates his retirement at Liverpool's Lord Mayor's Parade.
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 Heavens Open
S8 E25 - As Hope prepares for the annual open house, an approaching rainstorm threatens the most important day of the year at the farm.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 12:00pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:00pm
After sinking during the gold rush more than 100 years ago, a steamship is rediscovered by a team of underwater archaeologists in the great Canadian Yukon.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 12:30pm
Sat Jan 26, 6:30pm
7:00pm
Massachusetts Bay
E3 - Heading south from the Cape Ann Peninsula, the City of Boston is revealed from high above, as well as the beaches of Massachusetts' south shore.
Additional Dates
Sun Jan 27, 1:00pm
Wed Jan 30, 6:00pm
8:00pm
Exodus: Our Journey to Europe
E1 - Discover the first-hand stories of the people undertaking one of the largest migrations in recent history as Syrian refugees document their attempts to flee war, poverty and persecution.
A poem for the planet, Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper's film bears witness to a moment of profound change - the loss of one world and the birth of another - with stories of creativity and reinvention.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 23, 12:00am
Follows a Vancouver couple as they decide to eat only rescued food for six months. What they find is shocking: truckloads of perfectly edible food destined for the landfill.
Additional Dates
Wed Jan 23, 1:30am
A poem for the planet, Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper's film bears witness to a moment of profound change - the loss of one world and the birth of another - with stories of creativity and reinvention.
Follows a Vancouver couple as they decide to eat only rescued food for six months. What they find is shocking: truckloads of perfectly edible food destined for the landfill.
An enchanting evening with mezzo - soprano Cecilia Bartoli as she sings moving love songs and breathtaking arias from the historic stage of Vicenza's Teatro Olimpico.
4:30am
Home Base
E2 - A diverse range of BC artists, athletes and celebrities share what "home" means to them.
Additional Dates
Tue Feb 26, 11:40pm
Wed Feb 27, 2:40am
5:00am
Water in Space
S3 E6 - Alex and Tyler delve in to the exploration of deep space travel and the search for water in our solar system.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 16, 1:00pm
5:30am
Tuna Rock Cat
S1 E5 - A legendary all-cat rock band rehearses for an upcoming gig, and a Labrador retriever motivates young patients to be active. We travel to a farm in Essex for a sheep milking contest.
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
Independence Trail
E2 - From the Isles of Shoals, trace the tiny New Hampshire coast and soar high above New England's most historic Revolutionary sites, from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts.
7:00pm
For the Love of Trains
E7 - A rare steam-powered locomotive draws flocks of trainspotters while things get busy during the night shift at the maintenance depot.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 24, 11:00pm
Sat Jan 26, 2:00pm
Sun Jan 27, 6:00pm
8:00pm
Strange Castaways
E4 - In thanks for the life-giving monsoons, the locals in Java, Indonesia offer sacrifices to their volcano god.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 24, 12:00am
E1 - Historian Dan Jones opens this series with the first king of the Plantagenet dynasty, Henry II, who transformed England from a violent and lawless state into the heart of an empire.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 24, 1:00am
10:00pm
E4 - English domination over Wales is put to the test when a rebel force attack Conwy Castle, one of several strongholds built for rule over the Welsh.
Additional Dates
Thu Jan 24, 2:00am
11:00pm
Beaumont Hamel 1916 - the Wounded
S1 E4 - The team travel to the front lines of the Battle of the Somme looking for evidence of what happened that day.
12:00am
Strange Castaways
E4 - In thanks for the life-giving monsoons, the locals in Java, Indonesia offer sacrifices to their volcano god.
E1 - Historian Dan Jones opens this series with the first king of the Plantagenet dynasty, Henry II, who transformed England from a violent and lawless state into the heart of an empire.
2:00am
E4 - English domination over Wales is put to the test when a rebel force attack Conwy Castle, one of several strongholds built for rule over the Welsh.
3:00am
The North
E1 - Martin Clunes sets off on a journey to explore some of the 1,000 islands around the coast of the UK. In this episode, he visits remote Scottish islands, beginning on Muckle Flugga.
4:00am
Control Alt Delete
S7 E5 - Martin reaches his breaking point after being followed around by Buddy. Ruth finds out what Bert has been up to.
Additional Dates
Thu Mar 21, 4:00am
5:00am
Tuktut Nogait
S3 E2 - Tuktut Nogait offers a traditional land where caribou, bears and wolves roam among spectacular canyon vistas.
5:30am
Intl Trekking Llama
S1 E6 - Inti, the lama, trains for his first-ever trek, and a disabled chihuahua brings joy to kids in Los Angeles. Join Peekaboo, a one-year-old hedgehog as he starts work as a slug-munching pest controller.
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
Rocket Tower
E4 - The team has one month to load and rig highly specialized, high-speed explosives capable of cutting steel as they look to bring down an obsolete rocket launch tower.
7:00pm
Baranof Island
S2 E13 - On Baranof Island, just off the coast of Alaska, nature is both nurturing and unforgivingly harsh. Immersed in nature and far from urban centres, the locals wouldn't have it any other way.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 25, 6:00pm
Sat Jan 26, 3:00pm
Sun Jan 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 28, 3:00am
8:00pm
Pepper and Cinnamon
E1 - Kate Humble retraces the steps of 15th-century explorers as she sets out on a journey that takes her to India and Sri Lanka, the birthplaces of pepper and cinnamon.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 5:00pm
Casting agent Marion Dougherty had a knack for discovering and casting talent for landmark films - James Dean, Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, Christopher Walken and Glenn Close, among others.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 25, 12:00am
10:30pm
Faces in the Land With Dempsey Bob
S4 E43 - Tahltan-Tlingit artist Dempsey Bob has devoted a lifetime to the craft of woodcarving. His great inspiration is the great trees, giant mountains, and mighty rivers.
Additional Dates
Fri Jan 25, 1:30am
11:00pm
For the Love of Trains
E7 - A rare steam-powered locomotive draws flocks of trainspotters while things get busy during the night shift at the maintenance depot.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 2:00pm
Sun Jan 27, 6:00pm
Casting agent Marion Dougherty had a knack for discovering and casting talent for landmark films - James Dean, Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, Christopher Walken and Glenn Close, among others.
1:30am
Faces in the Land With Dempsey Bob
S4 E43 - Tahltan-Tlingit artist Dempsey Bob has devoted a lifetime to the craft of woodcarving. His great inspiration is the great trees, giant mountains, and mighty rivers.
2:00am
The Wolvercote Tongue
S2 E1 - When the curator of a museum is found dead in a canal, a group of elderly American tourists and their Oxford tour guide become the prime suspects.
Additional Dates
Sat Feb 16, 3:00am
Tue Mar 12, 2:00am
4:00am
Last Man Standing Part 1
S12 E1 - Gerry is spooked by the discovery of a body left untouched under a basement for 30 years.
Additional Dates
Mon Mar 18, 4:00am
S2 E8 - Heidi visits the land of oranges, where neighbourhoods transcend time and medieval fortifications meet futuristic architecture.
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
Baranof Island
S2 E13 - On Baranof Island, just off the coast of Alaska, nature is both nurturing and unforgivingly harsh. Immersed in nature and far from urban centres, the locals wouldn't have it any other way.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 3:00pm
Sun Jan 27, 11:00pm
Mon Jan 28, 3:00am
E2 - Monty Don visits Rousham House in Oxfordshire, designed by one of the first practitioners of the landscape movement - William Kent.
8:00pm
Death in Paradise
S3 E6 - The seemingly calm world of bird-watching appears to be more cutthroat than anyone could have imagined when a bird-watcher is killed on Saint-Marie.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 12:00am
9:00pm
Gently Between the Lines
S6 E1 - Gently is shocked to receive Bacchus's resignation, but he soon realizes that his sergeant has lost confidence in himself.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 1:00am
10:30pm
Great Expectations
S1 E1 - Tony Jordan brings his writer's insight to a popular classic - Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.
Additional Dates
Sat Jan 26, 2:30am
11:00pm
Bahamas
S1 E3 - The islands of the Bahamas are a stunning nature-lover's paradise spread over more than 100,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean and home to the world's third-largest barrier reef at 190 miles long.