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SATURDAY, MARCH 25 - 8 PM

Love, Inevitably: Non Conosciuto

Massimo and Candela struggle to get in contact with each other.

SUNDAY, MARCH 26 - 10 PM

Marie Antoinette: Rival Queens

When Louis refuses to share his bed with her, Marie Antoinette realizes that producing an heir will not be straightforward.

MONDAY, MARCH 27 - 10 PM

Independent Lens: Hidden Letters

For centuries in China, the once-secret written language of NĂ¼shu was calligraphed on folded fans and handkerchiefs as hidden letters, so women could share stories and express solidarity in a repressive era when many women were denied literacy.

TUESDAY, MARCH 28 - 8 PM

Finding Your Roots: Anchormen

Introducing trail-blazing journalists Jim Acosta and Van Jones to their ancestors.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 - 9 PM

NOVA: Einstein's Quantum Riddle

Physicists capture light from across the universe in a bid to prove quantum entanglement.

THURSDAY, MARCH 30 - 9 PM

Austin City Limits

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats and Adia Victoria perform soul and blues.

FRIDAY, MARCH 31 - 9 PM

Joni Mitchell: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song

Joni Mitchell, whose music defies categorization, receives the Gershwin Prize.

SATURDAY, APRIL 1 - 7 PM

Us As We Are

Coverage and interviews from local events in Southern Oregon, featuring conversations about relevant subjects.

SUNDAY, APRIL 2 - 8 PM

Call the Midwife

Nancy helps a new mother with a newborn baby who is suffering from a clotting disorder.

MONDAY, APRIL 3 - 8 PM

Antiques Roadshow: Virginia Beach, Hour One

Amazing items include a John Wayne mug collection, circa 1960, and 1943-1944 Albert Einstein letters.

TUESDAY, APRIL 4 - 8 PM

Finding Your Roots: Out of the Past

Uncovering the lost roots of actors Billy Crudup and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

WEEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 - 8 PM

Nature: Remarkable Rabbits

Despite their remarkable ability to reproduce, many wild rabbis are in danger of eradication.

THURSDAY, APRIL 6 - 8:30 PM

Oregon Field Guide: Bipoc Ski, Oregon, Olives, Wallowa Rain Photo Essay

Making skiing and snowboarding more accessible to people of color. An intrepid group of farmers showed Oregon could be a center for grape growing and wine production. Now another group is proving the same for olive oil production.

FRIDAY, APRIL 7 - 9 PM

Great Performances: Now Hear This: Piazzolla's History with Tango

Piazzolla infused the tango with new life following the Second World War, though he was criticized by traditionalists for adding dissonance and extended rhythmic techniques.