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Schedule Highlights June 10 to June 16

Monday, June 10th

A 1969 "Chicago Seven" signed subpoena and a 1961 Leonora Carrington oil are appraised. Antiques Roadshow Chicago, Hour 1 at 7:00 pm.

Interesting items include a 1989 Keith Haring graffiti art and a Walt Whitman Civil War letter. Antiques Roadshow Chicago, Hour 2 at 8:00 pm.

A look at US troops who tricked the enemy with sound effects and visual illusions in World War II. Ghost Army at 9:00 pm.

In Danny Sotomayor was a man on a mission to address injustice. The fiery, openly gay AIDS activist, political cartoonist, and organizer took to the streets of Chicago, using civil disobedience to wage war on city officials who marginalized the LGBTQ+ community and turned a blind eye to the AIDS crisis - all while fighting a losing battle with the disease himself. Outrage of Danny Sotomayor: American Stories at 10:00 pm.

Tuesday, June 11th

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. maps the family trees of comedian Tracy Morgan and actor Anthony Ramos -- taking the two New York City natives far from their hometown. Finding Your Roots Mean Streets at 7:00 pm.

Discover the story of the polygraph, the controversial device that transformed modern police work, seized headlines and was extolled as an infallible crime-fighting tool. A tale of good intentions, twisted morals and unintended consequences. American Experience The Lie Detector at 8:00 pm.

The inside story of the protests dividing college campuses over Israel and the war in Gaza. With Retro Report, investigating the polarizing debate over free speech, antisemitism, Israel and the Palestinians, and the political forces behind the crisis. Frontline Crisis On Campus at 9:00 pm.

A young boy with fantasies of one day making animated movies with his teen idol (1970s Disney star, Ike Eisenmann) follows that dream on what turns out to be an incredible 40-year odyssey. Dear Ike: Lost Letters to a Teen Idol at 10:30 pm.

Wednesday, June 12th

Take a deep breath and experience the complex world of ocean waters. NATURE shows a never-before-seen look at how life underwater co-exists in a marriage of necessity. Nature Soul of the Ocean at 7:00 pm.

The North Atlantic right whale is on the brink of extinction. But a handful of specialists are determined to help save it as they discover new secrets about the lives of these giants of the sea. Nova Saving The Right Whale at 8:00 pm.

A survey flight over Lake Iznik unexpectedly reveals the sunken remains of a 4th century basilica. Secrets of the Dead The Sunken Basilica at 9:00 pm.

Black Pumas founder Adrian Quesada brings to life the music of his acclaimed Spanish-language album Boleros Psicodelicos in a thrilling hour, with international guest vocalists iLe, Natalia Clavier, Girl Ultra, Clemente Castillo and more. Austin City Limits Adrian Quesada Boleros Psicodelicos at 10:00 pm.

Thursday, June 13th

Charlie Sykes, the former editor at large of the Bulwark, joins Evan to discuss the changing political climate across the country, particularly on the conservative side. Sykes provides insight on Trump, the election, and the key issues that will sway voters this election cycle. Overheard with Evan Smith Charlie Sykes at 7:00 pm.

Chet heads back to Waco ten years after his first episode to see how much the town has changed. He visits the Magnolia Silos, explores the Mammoth Site, and flies 20 feet in the air off a new water slide. The Daytripper Return to Waco, TX at 8:00 pm.

Prairie Winter showcases Kansas in its dramatic winter glory. This episode features the beautiful, serene winter in the snowy and frozen landscapes, including Pillsbury Crossing, Cottonwood Falls, and Monument Rocks. Portrait of a Landscape: Seasons Prairie Winter at 8:30 pm.

The annual Paramount Dance Extravaganza arrives at Midsomer, bringing deep-running feuds, passions and deadly ambition behind the sequins and smiles. Guest starring Nigel Havers (Nicholas Nickelby). Midsomer Murders The Point of Balance, Part 1 at 8:59 pm.
Part 2 at 9:45pm.

Voices Over The Water examines the Scottish diaspora and the ways in which they keep their heritage alive through Highland games, Tartan Day parades, ceilidhs (parties), Burns Nights, clan societies, Caledonian clubs, Scottish country dancing groups, and more. Dressed as colorful, tartan-clad warriors in what is known as Highland dress, this image of the Scotsman is instantly recognizable, often depicted in films, paintings, songs and poems. But what are the origins and the real history of the Highlands of Scotland? Why has the Highlander become the image for the whole of Scotland? And what is the appeal of the Scotsman for many Americans, whether of Scottish descent or not? Voices Over The Water at 10:31 pm.

Friday, June 14th

Musher is a film about the lives of four sled dog racers (mushers) and their dogs. What it means to be a musher, and what it takes to be a sled dog, is revealed over the course of a year as they all wait out summer so they can train for the coming winter's races. The film also explores the role of women in the sport, as dog mushing is one of just a few sports where men and women compete together. Musher at 8:00 pm.

Filmed over three years, WILD HORSES - A TALE FROM THE PUSZTA is a journey into the secret world of Przewalski's horse, told through the eyes of a young foal named Dot. Many other iconic animals of the grasslands make an appearance, including the Great Bustard, the Aurochs, giant spiders and many more. Wild Horses - A Tale from the Puszta at 9:00 pm.

Saturday, June 15th

Singer/songwriter Allison Russell and indie rock act The Weather Station offer an hour of acclaimed music. Russell performs her renowned album Outside Child, while the Weather Station's Tamara Lindeman, plays tunes from her LP Ignorance. Austin City Limits Allison Russell/The Weather Station 7:00 pm

Finn is adamant that his marriage to Siobhan is over. When her former lover is arrested for assault, however, Finn can't hide his jealousy - which leads Leila to wonder if she's made a terrible mistake. Hope Street at 8:55 pm.

Explore Thomas Boleyn's determination to elevate the family name and make his mark in the Tudor court. The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family Ambition at 9:40 pm.
The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family Desire 10:40 pm
The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family The Fall at 11:40 pm.

Sunday, June 16th

Professor T is banged up in prison awaiting trial. He is not your typical inmate and the sights, sounds and smells of jail are difficult for him. Dan and Lisa try to distract him with a murder case involving two brothers. Professor T Heir to the Throne at 7:00 pm.

Will and Geordie investigate the mysterious death of a circus performer. Will receives a surprising offer that makes him question his life in Grantchester. Grantchester On Masterpiece 8:00 pm

After the fatal drive-by shooting of a young nurse and the head of a notorious crime syndicate threatens to erupt into a full-blown turf war, DI RAY must uncover the truth before tensions spill onto Birmingham streets. D.I. Ray Wrong Place at 9:00 pm.

When the body of a British man is found in a Barcelona marina, British Consul Laura Simmonds supports a grieving father's search for answers whilst under pressure from new boss Sam. The Diplomat at 10:00 pm.

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