Here are the arts & culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV March 15-21, 2020
- CALL THE MIDWIFE – Sunday, 4/5 at 8pm
Fred and Sister Monica Joan catch a woman stealing milk, and end up caring for her when they find out she is pregnant; romance blooms between Miss Higgins and Sergeant Woolf.
WORLD ON FIRE ON MASTERPIECE– Sunday, 4/5 at 9pm As war breaks out, translator Harry Chase vows to help his Polish lover Kasia flee Warsaw, but does not know how to explain this to his sweetheart Lois, who is waiting for him at home in Manchester.
- ANTIQUES ROADSHOW– Monday, 4/6 at 8pm
Treasure Fever- A Lakota Sioux doctor’s bag; a Civil War medical officer’s sword; a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil.
- DETROIT PERFORMS– Tuesday, 4/7 at 7:30pm
Seeking Truth- A play explores the water crisis in Flint; Langston Hughes poetry meets music; and a photographer known as Karpov.
- EARTH’S SACRED WONDERS – Wednesday, 4/8 at 10pm
Visions of the Divine-At the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, an orthodox Christian must deliver a holy flame into the hands of his bishop; at the Boudhanath in Nepal, a Buddhist painter battles the elements in honor of Buddha’s birthday.
- UNDER THE RADAR MICHIGAN-Thursday, 4/9 at 8:30pm
Winter Wonderland- Join your favorite team while discovering the people and places of Michigan.
- SOMEWHERE SOUTH– Friday, 4/10 at 10pm
A trip to the Mississippi Delta and farther south reveals that not all dumplings are the same — whether they’re filled with minced meat, chopped vegetables or nothing at all, they are known to stretch ingredients as well as the imagination.
- FATHER BROWN– Saturday, 4/11 at 7:30pm
The Queen Bee- Father Brown investigates the mysterious death of a beekeeper.
- MIDSOMER MURDERS– Saturday, 4/11 at 8:30pm
Wild Harvest- When wealthy farmer Martin Strickland is covered in truffle oil and mauled to death by a wild boar, the investigation leads to restaurant Wyvern House and its celebrity chef Ruth Cameron. Secrets from the past surface and the killer strikes again.