Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of November 3

Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of November 3
October 30, 2019 Lea Vigi

Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV November 3-9, 2019

  • SHAKESPEARE AND HATHAWAY – Sunday, 11/3 at 6:30pm
    A workplace compensation claim is not as straightforward as it seems; a long-lost relative tracks Frank down.
  • THE DURRELLS IN CORFU – Sunday, 11/3 at 8pm
    The people on the island realize that they can no longer ignore the rumblings of war; Louisa and Spiros appear to have found their happy ending.
  • POLDARK – Sunday, 11/3 at 9pm
    Geoffrey Charles makes a plan to elope with Cecily; Ross pleads for Dwight’s help in an attempt to save his friend.
  • PRESS – Sunday, 11/3 at 10pm
    Ed’s pride in his professional achievements is marred by a surprise new colleague who attempts to discredit him; Duncan, whose personal life is floundering, buries himself in his work; Holly is accused of losing her professional integrity.
  • PROFESSOR T – Sunday, 11/3 at 11pm
    As the police team vows to do everything they can to find a kidnapped 6-year-old boy, Professor T questions the innocence of his parents.
  • ANTIQUES ROADSHOW – Monday, 11/4 at 8pm 
    Celebrating 500 episodes by going behind-the-scenes with appraisers and memorable guests.
  • DETROIT PERFORMS – Tuesday, 11/5 at 7:30pm
    A University of Michigan-premiered play explores the water crisis in Flint; The poetry of Langston Hughes meets the music of UofM professor Erik Santos in “The Seer”; Photographer Karpov creates sincere, vivid and powerful images; and caricature artist John Kascht. Plus, host DJ Oliver checks out 333 Midland.
  • SECRETS OF THE SIX WIVES – Thursday, 11/7 at 9pm
    Travel with historian Lucy Worsley back to the Tudor court to witness some of the most dramatic moments in the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives, each of whom found a method of exerting influence.
  • STRAIGHT NO CHASER: SONGS OF THE DECADES – Friday, 11/8 at 8pm
    The group journeys through the pop songbook, covering doo wop to contemporary pop. From Atlantic City, N.J.

GREAT PERFORMANCES: THE KING AND I – Friday, 11/8 at 10pm
Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe star in the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of the musical about a British teacher instructing the children of the King of Siam; songs include “Shall We Dance?” and “Hello, Young Lovers.”

  • AUSTIN CITY LIMITS – Saturday, 11/2 at 11pm
    Indie rockers Vampire Weekend perform cuts from their album “Father of the Bride.”