Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV March 15-21, 2020
- DOWNTON ABBEY RETURNS! – Sunday, 3/22 at 9:30pm
Host Jim Carter celebrates “Downton Abbey” with a sneak peek of the movie, interviews with the cast and creators, and never-before-seen video clips.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW– Monday, 3/23 at 8pm Neil Armstrong-signed Apollo 11 moon landing photos; a Tongan war club made around 1800; 1993 “Magic: The Gathering” beta cards.
- DETROIT PERFORMS – Tuesday, 3/24 at 7:30pm James Beard-nominated Chef Genevieve Vang; Detroit Vineyards is the first winery in Detroit in over 60 years; and Chef Jose Salazar pays tribute to his grandmother. Plus, host DJ Oliver is taken to Franklin Cider Mill.
- UNDER THE RADAR MICHIGAN-Thursday, 3/26 at 8:30pm
Tips of the Fingers-Discovering the people and places of Michigan.
- PARADISE BOOGIE– Friday, 3/27 at 8pm Exploring the influence of Detroit’s early blues musicians and the neighborhoods of Black Bottom and Paradise Valley and how that influence still affects the today’s music makers.
- SOMEWHERE SOUTH– Friday, 3/27 at 10pm
American as Hand Pie- The historical ties between hand pies, labor and migration; a trip to West Virginia includes pepperoni rolls and a look at the world’s most popular hand pie — the empanada.
- FATHER BROWN– Saturday, 3/28 at 7:30pm
The Tree of Truth- Father Brown attempts to overturn a miscarriage of justice while rehearsing for the Kembleford Christmas pantomime.
- AUSTIN CITY LIMITS– Saturday, 3/28 at 11pm LCD Soundsystem- Alternative rockers LCD Soundsystem perform hits and songs from “American Dream.”