Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV April 28-May 5, 2019
- Call the Midwife – Sunday, 4/28 at 8pm
Poplar welcomes a new cervical cancer screening clinic to the Institute and Dr Turner, Shelagh and Trixie are pleased to be part of the exciting new venture; the prospect of a new romance for Lucille brightens the mood at Nonnatus House.
- MASTERPIECE: Les Miserables – Sunday, 4/28 at 9pm
After revealing his true identity, Jean Valjean breaks free from the guards to find Fantine in the infirmary, and makes a vow to find her daughter Cosette before he is imprisoned again.
- MASTERPIECE: Unforgotten – Sunday, 4/28 at 9pm
Cassie and Sunny realize the men lied about that night; Jake speaks to Tim Finch’s ex-wife; the team uncover some disturbing information about Chris; Cassie worries about her dad.
- Under the Radar Michigan – Thursday, 5/2 at 8:30pm
“Under the Radar” shows us why sitting around and waiting for summer is silly. Get ready to explore the cool people, places and things that make Michigan’s off-season a great time to travel.
- Livingston Taylor Live from Sellersville Theater: Songs and Stories – Friday, 5/3 at 8pm
Singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor performs songs spanning his 50-year career; from Pennsylvania’s Sellersville Theater.
Emilio & Gloria Estefan: The Library Of Congress Gershwin Prize For Popular Song – Friday, 5/3 at 10pm
An all-star tribute to Emilio and Gloria Estefan, the 2019 recipients of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song and the first married couple or musicians-songwriters of Hispanic descent to receive the honor.
- Midsomer Murders – Saturday, 5/4 at 8:30pm
The body of a missing tax inspector is found floating in the cider vat at Midsomer Abbas spring fair, just as Barnaby and Jones are sampling the local cider.
- Death in Paradise – Saturday, 5/4 at 10pm
Jack and his team struggle with one of the toughest challenges they have faced in their lives when tragedy strikes close to home.