Relish this 1988 “work of genius” in which dancers embody the ecstasy of art that transforms. Mikhail Baryshnikov hosts. Friday at 9pm.
Follow the nurses, midwives and nuns from Nonnatus House as they prepare to enter a new decade: the 1960s. Sundays at 8pm, beginning March 29.
The popular series about the flamboyant American entrepreneur who founded the famous Selfridge’s department store picks up the story in 1919. Sundays at 9pm, beginning March 29.
View a historical narrative of cancer, interwoven with intimate patient stories and the latest scientific breakthroughs. Three parts, March 30-April 1 at 9pm.
An elite unit performs rare and groundbreaking surgeries on babies inside the womb. Tuesday at 8pm.
Choreographer Mark Morris shares the inspiration and structure of his dance L'Allegro.
Follow a cameraman's year-long journey along the Shannon, Ireland's longest river.
Charts the meteoric rise of Cromwell in the Tudor court.
A swashbuckling new adaption of this hit series from 1970s.
The Library of Congress added 25 new songs and recordings to its national registry.
If you wrote them off for retirement savings, take another look.
Fascinating antiques and treasures found across the region.
Profiles of established and emerging artists working in all genres.
Discover what it's like to run a 21st century farm.
Visit the new educational website that complements this program.
For those who have wondered what has become of Lady Edith's lover.
How grumpy does he consider himself, compared to his "Victor Meldrew"?