Week of June 3rd, 2019

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Antiques Roadshow | Churchill Downs Racetrack Hour 1

Available Tuesday, June 4

It’s off to the races for amazing ANTIQUES ROADSHOW appraisals at Churchill Downs Racetrack like a Twin Spires painted roof slate from around 1895, a 1943 Picasso ink-on-paper and 1963 letter, and an art deco brooch. One may be worth up to $200,000!

 

Breakthrough: The Ideas that Changed the World | The Car

Available Thursday, June 6

Go for a ride through the 9,000-year history of the car, from its roots in dogsleds to Henry Ford’s affordable and assembly line-built Model T, and meet the scientists working on the next generation of self-driving automobiles.

 

NOVA | Inside the Megafire

Available Thursday, June 6

The California wildfires of 2018 took a worrisome trend to a new extreme, claiming scores of lives and over a million acres. Scientists investigate how forestry practices, climate change, and drought may contribute to the rise of deadly megafires.

 

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Austin City Limits | James Bay / Rhiannon Giddens

Expires Saturday, June 22nd

Enjoy performances by acclaimed singer/songwriters James Bay and Rhiannon Giddens. Englishman Bay plays songs from his chart-topping debut Chaos and the Calm. North Carolina native Giddens performs tunes from her Grammy-nominated solo debut Tomorrow is My Turn.

 

POV | Singing with Angry Bird

Expires Tuesday, June 25

Jae-Chang Kim runs a children's choir in Pune, India. Although his quick temper earned him the nickname 'Angry Bird,' he has made significant changes in the lives of the choir children. But in need of income, their parents are reluctant to let them practice instead of work. In order to convince the parents, Angry Bird decides to train them to sing for a joint concert with their children.

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