Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV July 28 – August 3, 2019
- Great Performances at the Met: Carmen – Sunday, 7/28 at 2pm
Mezzo-soprano Clémentine Margaine reprises the role of Carmen in Richard Eyre’s production conducted by Omer Meir Wellber and Louis Langrée.
- MASTERPIECE Mystery: Grantchester – Sunday, 7/28 at 9pm
Will is the only one able to reach a child from a farming family who is accused of murder.
- Professor T – Sunday, 7/28 at 11pm
Professor T helps with the investigation of a double poisoning case at the university, much to the dismay of Chief Inspector Rabet.
- Antiques Roadshow – Monday, 7/29 at 8pm
A 1908 “Anne of Green Gables” first edition; Rudolph & Santa puppets; a Lyonel Feininger art collection.
- Chasing the Moon – Tuesday, 7/23 at 8pm
Exploring four dangerous years in the history of the space race, from 1964-1968, including the Apollo 1 and Apollo 8 missions.
- Under the Radar Michigan – Thursday, 8/1 at 8:30pm
On this awesome episode or UTR we show you why Grosse Pointe is such a popular place to put your person.
- Great American Railroad Journeys – Thursday, 8/1 at 9pm
The origins of Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal; the legacy of George Pullman; a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house beside the Kankakee River.
Tim Janis: Celtic Heart – Friday, 8/2 at 8pm
Experience a performance of original Celtic music from Tim Janis featuring performances by Celtic Woman’s Máiréad Nesbitt, Lynn Hilary, harp twins Camille and Kennerly, flutist Eimear McGeown, Ella Roberts and Joey Schumann.
- American Masters: Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin – Friday, 8/2 at 10pm
The life and legacy of science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin, whose work transformed American literature by bringing science fiction into the literary mainstream.
- Father Brown Season 7 – Saturday, 8/3 at 7:30pm
Suspicions are aroused as the holiest house in Kembleford is linked to the death of a wanton woman.
- Austin City Limits – Saturday, 8/3 at 11pm
Seattle’s folk-rock group The Head and the Heart; New Orleans bluesman Benjamin Booker.