Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV November 24-30, 2019
- SHAKESPEARE AND HATHAWAY — PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS – Sunday, 11/24 at 6:30pm
Before midnight, Frank and Lu must recover a precious jewel and a rebellious teenager.
- THE CHAPERONE ON MASTERPIECE – Sunday, 11/24 at 9pm
Journey from Kansas to New York City with the diffident chaperone to uninhibited dancer Louise Brooks in this Jazz Age drama that reunites “Downton Abbey” screenwriter Julian Fellowes, actress Elizabeth McGovern and director Michael Engler.
- PROFESSOR T. – Sunday, 11/24 at 11pm
A businessman vanishes following a failed attempt on his life.
- A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS (MY MUSIC) – Thursday, 11/28 at 9pm
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.
- BOOK VIEW: WAYNE KRAMER – Friday, 11/29 at 8pm
Fred Nahhat talks with the founder of Detroit rock group MC5 and author of new book “The Hard Stuff: Dope, Crime, the MC5, and My Life of Impossibilities,” Wayne Kramer.
- GREAT PERFORMANCES: KINKY BOOTS – Friday, 11/29 at 9pm
The Tony Award-winning musical “Kinky Boots” centers on a duo that embraces differences to create a line of footwear.
- THIS OLD HOUSE — 40TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL – Saturday, 11/30 at 1:30pm
The 40th anniversary celebration of “This Old House” includes vintage clips and interviews with hosts Kevin O’Connor, Steve Thomas and Bob Vila; past homeowners provide behind-the-scenes stories about the cast and crew.
ARETHA FRANKLIN REMEMBERED (MY MUSIC) – Saturday, 11/30 at 9pm
Celebrate the legendary Queen of Soul and the first woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with her greatest hits from television appearances spanning the 1960s-2000s, many of which have never been seen in the U.S.