Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of November 10

Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of November 10
November 8, 2019 Lea Vigi

Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV November 10-16, 2019

WHAT THE DURRELLS DID NEXT: A MASTERPIECE SPECIAL – Sunday, 11/10 at 7:30pm
Learn the definitive true story behind one of the best-loved families in TV drama, and see how Corfu shaped the personalities and ambitions of each Durrell. It’s an outlandish story of expeditions, fame, heartbreak and a zoo. Hosted by Keeley Hawes.

  • POLDARK – Sunday, 11/10 at 9pm
    Demelza discovers the French are smuggling arms into Cornwall; Ross is determined to take vengeance on Merceron and Hanson for framing Ned; Caroline puts her insecurities aside to support Kitty’s battle against Merceron.
  • PRESS – Sunday, 11/10 at 10pm
    Holly’s decision to follow a contentious lead endangers Duncan’s position at The Post, and their rivalry takes on a personal edge; Ed is made to examine his own journalistic ethics.
  • PROFESSOR T – Sunday, 11/10 at 11pm
    A man is accused of killing his employer after he is found standing over the body, but Professor T is unsure that he really committed the crime.
  • XAVIER RIDDLE AND THE SECRET MUSEUM PREMIERE – Monday, 11/11 at 4:30pm 
    Xavier Riddle, his sister, Yadina, and their friend, Brad, meet heroes from the past — from Eleanor Roosevelt to Leonardo da Vinci.
  • DETROIT PERFORMS – Tuesday, 11/12 at 7:30pm
    Henna artist Hannah Lydia Wilson; Samah Kthar creates to spread inspiration within others; and artist Erin Beckloff keeps the history and tradition of the letterpress alive. Plus, host DJ Oliver head to Jo’s Gallery on Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion.
  • THE QUEEN MOTHER – Thursday, 11/14 at 9pm
    Queen Elizabeth and King George VI take the throne, just a few years before the start of World War II.
  • CELTIC WOMAN – HOMECOMING: IRELAND – Friday, 11/15 at 8pm
    The female Irish group performs in Dublin; songs include “My Heart Will Go On,” “Fields of Gold,” “Amazing Grace” and “You Raise Me Up.”
  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: RED – Friday, 11/15 at 10pm
    This six-time Tony Award-winning play relays the story of painter Mark Rothko as he creates murals for New York’s Four Seasons restaurant; starring Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch.
  • A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS (MY MUSIC) – Saturday, 11/16 at 6:30pm
    Gavin Macleod and Marion Ross host a Christmas celebration featuring clips of holiday music by a range of performers, from Gene Autry and The Beach Boys to Judy Garland and Johnny Mathis.
  • AUSTIN CITY LIMITS – Saturday, 11/16 at 11pm
    Country singer Kane Brown presents songs from “Experiment”; Canadian artist Colter Wall plays country and western songs from “Songs of the Plains.”