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The Gene

Part 1: Dawn of the Modern Age of Genetics

Part One interweaves present-day stories with the discoveries of pioneers in genetics.

Antiques Roadshow

Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 3

Phoenix treasures heat up at the Desert Botanical Garden, including a $75,000 appraisal!

Nature

Cuba's Wild Revolution

Get a glimpse of Cuba’s stunning animals and lands, left virtually untouched for 50 years.

Gershwin Prize

Garth Brooks: Gershwin Prize

Watch Garth Brooks receive the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize.

Antiques Roadshow

Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 2

Discover an oasis of treasures at the Desert Botanical Garden, plus a $50K-$75K find!

PBS Presents

The Best of Celtic Woman

celebrate magical moments and memories from 15 years of making music

Before We Die

Episode 3

Hanna creates a clandestine group to investigate and reduce risk.

Before We Die

Episode 4

Davor Mimica opens contact with the Mobsters motorcycle gang.

Before We Die

Episode 5

Hanna is determined to meet her infiltrator, but “Inez” doesn't show up to the meeting.

Antiques Roadshow

Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 1

Phenomenal Phoenix finds abound at the Desert Botanical Garden—one is worth up to $100K!

PBS Presents

A History of Christianity Episode 1

Explore how the religion has changed politics, sex and human society

The Windermere Children

The Windermere Children: In Their Own Words

This powerful film reveals a little-known story of 300 young orphaned Jewish refugees.