Arts Programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of April 12

Arts Programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of April 12
April 9, 2020 Christina Amato

Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV March 15-21, 2020

  • CALL THE MIDWIFE – Sunday, 4/12 at 8pm
    Lucille is seconded to St. Cuthbert’s where she delivers a baby in an elevator; Nurse Crane gives vaccines to new students; Violet, Trixie, Sister Frances and Valerie organize a fashion show for the community.
  • WORLD ON FIRE ON MASTERPIECE– Sunday, 4/12 at 9pm A month after the war begins, Warsaw, Poland, is destroyed; Harry longs for news; Kasia joins the Polish resistance.
  • ANTIQUES ROADSHOW– Monday, 4/13 at 8pm 
    Desert Botanical Garden Hour 3-A Hassan el Glaoui tempera painting circa 1970; Line Vautrin Talosel mirror; a diamond horseshoe brooch circa 1900.
  • DETROIT PERFORMS– Tuesday, 4/14 at 7:30pm 
    Inspired by Tradition- Henna artist Hannah Lydia Wilson; artist Erin Beckloff use of the letterpress; Jo’s Gallery.
  • UNDER THE RADAR MICHIGAN-Thursday, 4/16 at 8:30pm 
    Endless Summer- Discovering the people and places of Michigan.

SOMEWHERE SOUTH– Friday, 4/17 at 10pm

What a Pickle- Chow chow, a Southern relish, is celebrated at the Chow Chow culinary festival in Asheville, N.C.; Indian and Sri Lankan pickles; Puerto Rican escabeche; Korean kimchi.
  • FATHER BROWN– Saturday, 4/18 at 7:30pm
    The Scales of Justice-Father Brown must race to save Bunty from the hangman’s noose when she is tried for murder.
  • MIDSOMER MURDERS– Saturday, 4/18 at 8:30pm 
    The Flying Club- When a body is discovered in a reservoir dropped out of a plane, Barnaby and Nelson find the world of stunt pilots and military heroes hides many dark secrets.