Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of September 23

Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of September 23
September 19, 2018 Lea Vigi

Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV 9/23 – 9/29/18

  • Articulate – Sunday, 9/23 at 1pm
    Articulate is a weekly public television magazine show that explores how creative thinkers help shape our understanding of the world. This episode: Leslie Jamison; Josh Radnor; and Luciana Souza.

Anne of Green Gables: Fire & Dew – Sunday, 9/23 at 7:30pm 
Anne Shirley heads to school in the city, and Matthew and Marilla face emptiness. Will Anne, overwhelmed by competition, find that the dark cloud over her life does have a silver lining?

  • MASTERPIECE: The Miniaturist – Sunday, 9/23 at 9pm
    Johannes is on trial for his life. Marin also faces a life-or-death struggle. Nella takes charge of the sugar stockpile and the household.
  • Hillary – Sunday, 9/23 at 10pm 
    Ed spends a long, lonely and boring winter in Antarctica. As his base camp gets closer to the South Pole, he decides he wants to go there too.
  • American Experience: Into the Amazon – Monday, 9/24 at 10pm
    The story of Theodore Roosevelt’s 1913-14 expedition into the Amazon rainforest to chart an unknown river with Brazilian explorer Candido Rondon.
  • The Great American Read – Tuesday, 9/25 at 8pm 
    Follow the trials and tribulations of some of literature’s favorite protagonists. From Katniss Everdeen to Don Quixote, examine how these everyday heroes and anti-heroes find their inner strength, overcome challenges and rise to the occasion.
  • MetroArts Detroit – Friday, 9/28 at 5:30pm 
    MetroArts features artists in and around the Metropolitan Detroit area representing the disciplines of visual, performing, and communication arts.
  • Pasquale Esposito Celebrates Enrico Caruso – Friday, 9/28 at 8pm 
    Italian Tenor Pasquale Esposito performs several of Caruso’s most famous songs and arias in a stunning concert in Italy.
  • Art in the 21st Century – Friday, 9/28 at 10pm 
    Why the San Francisco Bay Area is a magnet for artists who are drawn to its experimental atmosphere, countercultural spirit and history of innovation, and who are united by their steadfastness and persistence in creating.
  • The Hispanic Heritage Awards 2018 – Friday, 9/28 at 11pm 
    The country’s highest tribute to Latinos by Latinos. Honorees include Daniel Lubetzky, Karol G, MJ Rodrigues, Richard “Crazy Legs” Colon and Sister Norma Pimentel.
  • As Time Goes By – Saturday, 9/29 at 6:30 & 7pm 
    Jean (Judi Dench) attempts to quiet Judith and Sandy’s complaints about the new manager, but she makes the situation worse.
  • Father Brown – Saturday, 9/29 at 7:30pm
    Local feathers are ruffled when an ostentatious American opens up a golf club near Kembleford and a body is discovered in the reeds.
  • Midsomer Murders – Saturday, 9/29 at 8:30pm
    When a famous 1860 bare-knuckle boxing bout is restaged in Midsomer Morchard with great pomp, dead bodies begin to pile up for Barnaby.
  • Death in Paradise – Saturday, 9/29 at 10pm
    Long-buried memories are raked up for JP when someone from his past is caught red-handed at a murder scene and Jack must unravel a complex mystery to find the truth.
  • Austin City Limits – Saturday, 9/29 at 11pm 
    LCD Soundsystem perform selections from its “American Dream” album.