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WKAR TV and HD | APRIL 2024 | PRIMETIME

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Schedule as of 4/4/2024. Schedule and descriptions subject to change.

1 | Mon 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 1 

ROADSHOW heads to Raleigh in search of treasures, including 1994 Maya Angelou Spingarn Awards, a 1939 autographed Baseball Hall of Fame program and a Le Pho La Cueillette des Pommes Cannelle oil, ca. 1950. One is $60,000 to $100,000!

9:00 Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara, Hour One 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stephen Fletcher travel to the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to learn about arts and crafts made by Japanese and Japanese Americans interned in camps during World War II. Highlights include an Italian hotel proprietor's autograph book that includes signatures from John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain; a Margaret Keane "Big Eye" painting; and a collection of 1936-1939 Edward Weston photographs, previously owned by Academy Award-winning special effects artist Warren Newcombe, and now valued at $180,000 to $260, 000.

10:00 Independent Lens: A Thousand Pines 

Over a grueling eight months, a crew of Oaxacan guest workers plant trees across America. This intimate portrait shows how hard it is to balance the physical demands of reforestation and extreme isolation while staying connected to family back home.

11:00 Amanpour and Company 

Tonight on Amanpour and Company: Ronen Bergman, Staff Writer, The New York Magazine / Author, Rise and Kill First; Mosab Abu Toha, Palestinian Poet; Scott McLean, CNN Correspondent. Hari Sreenivasan interviews Jonathan Haidt, Author, The Anxious Generation.

2 | Tue 

8:00 Finding Your Roots: In The Blood 

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. uncovers the surprising roots of two people who were raised by artists: actor Michael Douglas and writer/director Lena Dunham.

9:00 Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator: High Priest 

Caesar enters into dangerous alliances and bends the rules of the Republic in his bid to become Consul: the highest political position in Rome. But one man - Cato - is hellbent on bringing him down.

10:00 Frontline: The Discord Leaks 

How a young National Guardsman allegedly leaked classified documents onto the Discord chat platform. With The Washington Post, Jack Teixeira's alleged leak of national security secrets, why he wasn't stopped, and the role of platforms like Discord.

11:00 Amanpour and Company 

Tonight on Amanpour and Company: Martin Griffiths, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator; Report: Al Shifa Hospital After the Raid; Evgenia Kara-Murza, Wife of jailed Russian Opposition Figure Vladimir Kara-Murza. Walter Isaacson interviews Stephen Breyer, Retired Supreme Court Justice.

3 | Wed 

8:00 Nova: Great American Eclipse 

Explore the spectacular cosmic phenomenon of a total solar eclipse.

9:00 A Brief History of the Future: Beyond The Now 

Join Ari Wallach on his journey to seek the individuals and ideas that can shape a better, more sustainable future for each generation can build upon.

10:00 Nova: Secrets of the Forbidden City 

The Forbidden City is the world's biggest and most extravagant palace complex ever built. For five centuries, it was the power center of imperial China and survived wars, revolution, fires, and earthquakes. How did the Ming Emperor's workforce construct its sprawling array of nearly 1,000 buildings and dozens of temples in a little over a decade?

11:00 Amanpour and Company 

Tonight on Amanpour and Company: Kurt Volker, Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO; Report: Jeremy Diamond, Correspondent; Bassem Youssef, Comedian. Michel Martin interviews Charlie Sykes, Author, How the Right Lost Its Mind/ Founder and Former Editor-in-Chief, The Bulwark.

4 | Thu 

8:00 This Old House: Glen Ridge | Vintage 

Demo has begun uncovering 150-year-old wine bottles in the walls. A chimney is demolished, and the roof is reframed. The architect shares his inspiration for the project, and the mayor gives a tour of the Borough's gas lamps. Asbestos is abated.

8:30 Ask This Old House: Grass Troubleshooting, Rocky Canyon Rustic 

Lee troubleshoots why a backyard won't grow grass and installs a shade-tolerant sod; Ross shares what to consider before converting to heat pumps; Kevin and maker Sarah Nadarajah build a side table.

9:00 Michigan Out of Doors: Michigan Out of Doors 2414

9:30 Under The Radar Michigan: You Wanted to See It! 

Welcome to a special edition of "UTR" called You Wanted to See It. That's right. For the next 30 minutes, we'll feature awesome stuff you asked us to show you. We'll tap into Native America, sample sensational sausage, and find more Ford. Heck, you even picked a very popular pizzeria. Get ready to explore the cool people, places and things you wanted to see.

10:00 Doc Martin: Equilibrium 

Martin and Louisa have their first fertility consultation with Dr Emma Ryder. Well aware that Martin is able to perform the tests himself, she reminds him that he is the patient now, not the doctor. Guest starring James Lance (Ted Lasso) and Conleth Hill (Game Of Thrones).

11:00 Amanpour and Company

5 | Fri 

8:00 Washington Week with the Atlantic

8:30 Off the Record

9:00 American Masters: The Incomparable Mr. Buckley 

Discover the intellectual evolution and political legacy of William F. Buckley, Jr. See how the author and commentator, one of the foremost public intellectuals in American history, galvanized the modern conservative movement.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

6 | Sat 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 1 

ROADSHOW heads to Raleigh in search of treasures, including 1994 Maya Angelou Spingarn Awards, a 1939 autographed Baseball Hall of Fame program and a Le Pho La Cueillette des Pommes Cannelle oil, ca. 1950. One is $60,000 to $100,000!

9:00 Death In Paradise

10:00 The Paris Murders: Radio Silence 

When Chloe appears on late-night radio, she gets a call from a woman who is terrified of her husband. Amidst the media frenzy, Chloe must find her.

11:00 Austin City Limits: Allison Russell/The Weather Station 

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.

7 | Sun 

8:00 Call The Midwife: Season 13, Episode 4 

The pupil midwives reach their third month of training. An anxious Trixie receives an urgent phone call that leads to dire consequences for her patient. Elsewhere, the Turner's Apollo 11 moon landing party is in full swing at Nonnatus House.

9:00 Mr Bates vs The Post Office On Masterpiece: Episode 1 

Mysterious financial losses lead the Post Office to fire and prosecute village Subpostmasters, who have no way to prove their innocence.

10:00 Alice & Jack On Masterpiece: Episode 4 

Alice disappears from Jack's life until years later Celia seeks her out to get some answers about Jack. Their relationship inspires Alice to think about her future.

11:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: David Gower & Nick Hancock

8 | Mon 

8:00 Elton John & Bernie Taupin: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song 

The incomparable, trail-blazing talents of songwriting duo Elton John and Bernie Taupin are celebrated in Washington, DC's historic DAR Constitution Hall during an all-star tribute concert. Hosted by Billy Porter, the lineup includes artists spanning the generations that followed in Elton's and Bernie's footsteps, including Joni Mitchell, Garth Brooks, Brandi Carlile, Annie Lennox, Metallica, Maren Morris, Charlie Puth and Jacob Lusk of Gabriels, culminating with a showstopping performance from Elton John.

10:00 Independent Lens: Matter of Mind: My Parkinson's 

Navigate the lives of three people in the face of Parkinson's disease. An optician pursues deep brain stimulation surgery; a mother becomes an advocate for exercise; and a cartoonist contemplates continuing to draw as his motor control declines.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

9 | Tue 

8:00 Finding Your Roots: Viewers Like You 

After a nationwide search, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. solves deep family mysteries for three everyday Americans -- compelling each to reimagine their identity.

9:00 Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator: Veni Vidi Vici 

Events beyond Caesar's control threaten to unravel his plans and leave him isolated. Pushed into a corner, he makes a decision that will change the course of the Republic - and Western history - forever.

10:00 The Invisible Shield: Follow The Data 

Learn how data collection has been an essential public health tool for centuries. Increasing understanding and mitigating the spread of disease, data has helped make sense of the threats to collective health.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

10 | Wed 

8:00 Nature: Raptors: A Fistful of Daggers: Meet The Raptors 

From giant eagles to miniature falconets, meet the many species of raptors. Explore how they survive bitter winters, learn to hunt and undergo epic migrations. Their superpowers of flight, sight, hearing and smell give them dominance over the skies.

9:00 A Brief History of the Future: Chaos & Complexity 

Why are many of us feeling overwhelmed and afraid in this historically transformational moment in time? Ari Wallach explores how it offers unprecedented possibilities for new and needed futures we can create together.

10:00 Nova: Ancient Maya Metropolis 

The ancient Maya built large complex cities with towering pyramids and temples that served as centers for a thriving civilization. Follow archaeologists exploring new evidence into the mystery of why after hundreds of years the cities were abandoned.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

11 | Thu 

8:00 This Old House: Glen Ridge, Nj | Small But Mighty 

Termite damage has caused major construction changes. New footings are needed in the basement. A historic community garden is toured. A 15-year-old student talks about working on the project. The old sewer line is replaced without trenching.

8:30 Ask This Old House: Radiant Floor Retrofit, Cable Railings 

Richard praises the marvel of modern plumbing, then retrofits a radiant floor system; Nathan explains cable railing connections and maintenance; Jenn shares the updated USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map.

9:00 Michigan Out of Doors: Michigan Out of Doors 2415

9:30 Under The Radar Michigan: Detroit 

On this awesome episode of UTR, we're back in Detroit for a soulful Boogaloo sandwich, the holy grail of bookstores and some authentic Argentinian wood-fired fixins. We'll even treat your sweet teeth to some James Beard award-winning wonderfulness. Get ready to explore the cool people, places and things that make Detroit a destination.

10:00 Doc Martin: Single White Bevy 

Local vet Angela Sim, has to consult Dr Martin Ellingham about a lump in her breast. Featuring the return of Robyn Addison as Janice Bone. Guest stars include Robyn Addison who returns as former nanny Janice Bone and Caroline Quentin ( Men Behaving Badly; Jonathan Creek) guest stars.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

12 | Fri 

8:00 Washington Week with the Atlantic

8:30 Off the Record

9:00 Great Performances: Now Hear This: Rising Stars

10:00 Next at the Kennedy Center: Ben Folds Presents DECLASSIFIED 

Ben Folds invites the virtuosic Jacob Collier, rising jazz superstar Laufey, and chart-topping English singer-songwriter dodie, to join him and the National Symphony Orchestra to reimagine their music through an orchestral lens.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

13 | Sat 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara, Hour One 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stephen Fletcher travel to the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to learn about arts and crafts made by Japanese and Japanese Americans interned in camps during World War II. Highlights include an Italian hotel proprietor's autograph book that includes signatures from John Steinbeck, Leo Tolstoy, Mark Twain; a Margaret Keane "Big Eye" painting; and a collection of 1936-1939 Edward Weston photographs, previously owned by Academy Award-winning special effects artist Warren Newcombe, and now valued at $180,000 to $260, 000.

9:00 Death In Paradise

10:00 The Paris Murders: Missing 

Tensions are rising high in Chloe's team as two children go missing after being left alone by their parents in a hotel.

11:00 Austin City Limits: Lil Yachty/Sudan Archives 

Rap star Lil Yachty showcases his genre-bending album Let's Start Here joined by special guests; Singer/violinist Sudan Archives performs the eclectic R&B of her acclaimed Natural Brown Prom Queen.

14 | Sun 

8:00 Call The Midwife: Season 13, Episode 5 

It's summertime in Poplar, and during Violet's first event as mayor, a young mother goes into labor. Among the chaos, May sneaks off and Shelagh receives an unexpected visit from her social worker, which puts her on edge.

9:00 Mr Bates vs The Post Office On Masterpiece: Episode 2 

Alan Bates and the Subpostmasters begin their fight for the truth and justice with new allies in Parliament, but first, they must convince an independent investigator of their honesty.

10:00 Alice & Jack On Masterpiece: Episode 5 

Jack and Alice meet again. Their joy is cut short by devastating news that forces Alice and Jack to re-evaluate what they're doing with their lives.

11:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Danny Crates & Liz Johnson

15 | Mon 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 2 

View ravishing finds at the North Carolina Museum of Art including 1921 & 1923 Miss America Pageant trophies, a 1962 Amazing Fantasy #15 introducing Spider-Man and 1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red baseball cards. Which is worth $75,000 to $100,000?

9:00 Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara, Hour Two 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW heads to Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum to look at vintage pinball machines. Highlights include a Lambert magician automaton, ca. 1900, that is still in working condition; a Ray Bradbury archive collected by Bradbury's high school English teacher; and Fred Myrick scrimshaw tooth, ca. 1830, that has a long history of family folklore and is appraised for $150,000 to $200,000.

10:00 Planet California: Rivers of Gold 

California is a land of extremes - tallest, deepest, highest, hottest. But in a rapidly changing and thirsty world, drought, dams and fire pose dire threats to an ecosystem connected by rivers on land, in the air and in the sea.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

16 | Tue 

8:00 Finding Your Roots: Born to Sing 

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the remarkable roots of singers Alanis Morissette and Ciara, using DNA analysis and genealogical detective work to travel back centuries, revealing his guest's hidden connections to history and to music.

9:00 Julius Caesar: The Making of a Dictator: Ides of March 

A handful of senators plot to end his rule in the only way they can: by taking his life. But will it be enough to save the Republic?

10:00 Frontline: Children of Ukraine 

How thousands of Ukrainian children were taken and held in Russia. The story of families searching for their missing children, authorities investigating alleged abductions, and teenagers who escaped and say they were subjected to Russian propaganda.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

17 | Wed 

8:00 Nature: Raptors: A Fistful of Daggers: Extreme Lives 

See the extreme ways in which raptors conquer the toughest habitats on Earth. From snowy owls in the high Arctic to honey buzzards raiding hornet nests in Taiwan, raptors can hunt prey in any climate.

9:00 A Brief History of the Future: Once Upon A Time 

How do stories shape the boundaries of belief about what is possible? Ari Wallach dives into the fundamental role storytelling plays in our lives and their potential to unleash the power of human imagination and creativity moving forward.

10:00 Nova: Making North America: Origins 

See the epic 3-billion-year story of how our continent came to be. From palm trees that once flourished in Alaska to huge eruptions that nearly tore the Midwest in two, discover how forces of almost unimaginable power gave birth to North America.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

18 | Thu 

8:00 This Old House: Glen Ridge, Nj | Qr Construction

8:30 Ask This Old House: Rain Barrel, Pooling Patio 

Jenn and Nathan review Tulsa's stormwater management and install a rain barrel; Mark helps a homeowner divert water from her pooling patio; the team shares new additions to their tool bags.

9:00 Michigan Out of Doors: Michigan Out of Doors 2416

9:30 Under The Radar Michigan: Southeast Michigan 

On this action packed episode of Under the Radar we're back in Southeast Michigan's with four more reasons to run (not walk) to this part of our great state. We'll take you to a trilling event where people actually run "outside" when they her thunder. We'll also visit a place where strange creatures from planet earth abound all around you. And if that's not enough, we'll even introduce you to a homegrown publisher who's helping Michigan writers grow in popularity ... and show you a super chef who's greatest creation are the chefs of tomorrow. Catch it all on Under the Radar Michigan.

10:00 Doc Martin: Licence to Practice 

Wedding bells are ringing in Portwenn with the preparations for Morwenna and Al's wedding. But some last minute hitches threaten to jeopardize their big day. Guest stars include Tom Conti (Miranda; Lark Rise to Candleford; Friends).

11:00 Amanpour and Company

19 | Fri 

8:00 Washington Week with the Atlantic

8:30 Off the Record

9:00 Great Performances: Now Hear This: Virtuosos

10:00 Next at the Kennedy Center: Joshua Redman, Where Are We 

Renowned jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman takes the stage at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater for a mesmerizing performance of his Blue Note Records debut album, where are we. Joining forces with soulful vocalist Gabrielle Cavassa, the artists take on music from Rodgers & Hart to Springsteen, all interpreted with the improvisational brilliance and melodic invention that is a hallmark of Redman's artistry -- and of this all-star ensemble featuring Aaron Parks (piano), Joe Sanders (bass), and Brian Blade (drums).

11:00 Amanpour and Company

20 | Sat 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 2 

View ravishing finds at the North Carolina Museum of Art including 1921 & 1923 Miss America Pageant trophies, a 1962 Amazing Fantasy #15 introducing Spider-Man and 1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red baseball cards. Which is worth $75,000 to $100,000?

9:00 Death In Paradise

10:00 The Paris Murders: Just Before Oblivion 

Chloe and Rocher are investigating the death of a painter which leads them to a strange connection to another murder from back in 1945.

11:00 Austin City Limits: St. Vincent/Joy Oladokun 

Relish the distinctive sounds of St. Vincent and Joy Oladokun. The Grammy-winning St. Vincent plays songs from her much-praised LP Daddy's Home. Versatile singer/tunesmith Oladkun performs tunes from her album In Defense of My Own Happiness.

21 | Sun 

8:00 Call The Midwife: Season 13, Episode 6 

As the summer ends, the pupil midwives prepare for their final while two little brothers are abandoned at a church. Trixie learns about Matthew's financial woes. Nancy confronts Nurse Crase for her attitude towards the "Raise the Roof" campaign.

9:00 Mr Bates vs The Post Office On Masterpiece: Episode 3 

Alan allies with the Post Office in the hope his friends can get justice at last, but can he trust the people who have let them down so badly?

10:00 Alice & Jack On Masterpiece: Episode 6 

Over a decade since their great romance started, Jack and Alice face their greatest obstacle. Their relationship has survived everything thrown their way but with the greatest battle ahead, is it possible that love can overcome anything?

11:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Derek Fowlds & Bill Simons

22 | Mon 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 3 

Wrap up ROADSHOW's final hour in Raleigh, NC with finds including a Disney Carrier gouache painting, ca. 1942, a pearl, diamond, & platinum brooch, and a William H. Johnson oil, ca. 1928. Can you guess the top $80,000 to $120,000 treasure?

9:00 American Experience: Poisoned Ground: The Tragedy at Love Canal 

Revisit the story of the 1970s Love Canal disaster, one of the most notorious environmental and public health disasters in US history. The battle for justice, led mostly by women, created the basis for the landmark federal Superfund program.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

23 | Tue 

8:00 Finding Your Roots: Forever Young 

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. meets Valerie Bertinelli and Brendan Fraser two actors who found fame when they were young and lived their lives in the limelight, cut off from their roots. Each discovers ancestors who paved the way for their success.

9:00 The Express Way with Dule Hill: California 

In California, Dule Hill connects with three brave artists: a deaf dancer, a gay mariachi, and a senior citizen cabaret troupe. They are each using their art to reclaim their narratives and change the perceptions of their communities.

10:00 Independent Lens: One with the Whale 

Hunting whales is a matter of survival for Alaska Native residents of St. Lawrence. A family is blindsided when animal activists target their son, the youngest ever to harpoon a whale for his village - a hunt that feeds the community through winter. Also included is the short film "Everything Wrong and Nowhere to Go." Exploring the field of "climate psychology," this is a candid and comedic self-portrait in which the filmmaker turns the camera on herself and goes in search of a cure for her crippling climate anxiety.

24 | Wed 

8:00 Changing Planet: Coral Special

9:00 A Brief History of the Future: Human 

Ari Wallach investigates the human ability to increase empathy and compassion, what values we are instilling into artificial intelligence technologies, and creating a better world for human life to flourish on this planet.

10:00 Nova: Making North America: Life 

Discover the surprising intertwined story of life and the landscape in North America-from origins to iconic dinosaurs to giant marine reptiles swimming in an ancient sea that once split the continent in two.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

25 | Thu 

8:00 This Old House: Glen Ridge, Nj | Roughed In 

The new flangeless windows are installed water and air tight. Preparation begins for in-ceiling speakers. The Empire State Building is visited. Porch decking is installed to minimize waste, and a hybrid plumbing system is chosen for the house.

8:30 Ask This Old House: New Shade Pattern, Hvac Showroom 

Jenn helps a couple reimagine their yard after removed trees changed the shade pattern; Richard shares his love of teaching and gives Kevin a tour of his new HVAC distribution and education center.

9:00 Michigan Out of Doors: Michigan Out of Doors 2417

9:30 Under The Radar Michigan

10:00 Doc Martin: I Will Survive 

It's been a year since Martin resigned his medical license, and Louisa is now the one seeing patients out of the surgery for her child counseling practice, while Martin looks after James Henry and four-month-old Mary Elizabeth. When the mother of one of Louisa's patients presents with serious symptoms but refuses to allow Martin to examine her, he finally admits that he wants to be a doctor again.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

26 | Fri 

8:00 Washington Week with the Atlantic

8:30 Off the Record

9:00 Great Performances: Now Hear This: Old Friends

10:00 Art Happens Here with John Lithgow 

Join actor John Lithgow as he goes back to school to demonstrate the transformative power of arts education. Immersing himself with teachers and students, he explores four disciplines: dance, ceramics, silk-screen printing and vocal jazz ensemble.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

27 | Sat 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: North Carolina Museum of Art Hour 3 

Wrap up ROADSHOW's final hour in Raleigh, NC with finds including a Disney Carrier gouache painting, ca. 1942, a pearl, diamond, & platinum brooch, and a William H. Johnson oil, ca. 1928. Can you guess the top $80,000 to $120,000 treasure?

9:00 Death In Paradise

10:00 The Paris Murders: Reminiscences 

A woman finds Chloe at a conference and begs her to investigate her son's death 21 years ago. She has 48 hours before the case closes forever.

11:00 Austin City Limits: Sarah Jarosz/Billy Strings 

Savor the boundary-pushing roots music of Grammy winners Sarah Jarosz and Billy Strings. Texas native Jarosz plays songs from her heralded LP World on the Ground. Midwesterner Strings performs tunes from his album Renewal.

28 | Sun 

8:00 Call The Midwife: Season 13, Episode 7

9:00 Mr Bates vs The Post Office On Masterpiece: Episode 4 

Alan and his friends finally get the chance to embark on the epic challenge of battling the Post Office in court.

10:00 Guilt On Masterpiece: The Clothes On Our Backs

11:00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip: Amol Rajan & Grace Dent

29 | Mon 

8:00 Antiques Roadshow: Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens Hour 1 

Head to Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens in Akron for treasures that include Fred Rogers postcards, ca. 1968, a 1966 Milton Glaser-signed Bob Dylan poster, and a Tiffany Studios special order tulip lamp, ca. 1915. One find is $150,000 to $375,000.

9:00 Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara, Hour Three 

The third hour in Santa Clara, California, features great finds that include a Booker T. Washington archive collected by Washington's former teacher; a 17th-century Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist. Watch to discover which item is valued at $75,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Brian Witherell at the Computer History Museum to look at the first Apple computer.

10:00 Lidia Celebrates America: Flavors That Define Us 

Traveling from big cities to small towns in rural America, Lidia Bastianich shares the inspiring stories of first, second, and third-generation Americans forging their own way and shaping the shifting definition of what it means to be an American.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

30 | Tue 

8:00 Finding Your Roots: Fathers and Sons 

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. meets actors LeVar Burton and Wes Studi two men who grew up without their fathers. With few clues to guide him, Gates introduces them to ancestors they've never known revealing connections to key moments in history.

9:00 The Express Way with Dule Hill: Appalachia 

In Appalachia, Dule Hill explores how music can provide solace and healing. He meets a master luthier rehabilitating opioid addicts, a black folk musician, and the creator of "Latin-grass," a fusion of Latin-American folk and bluegrass music.

10:00 Frontline: Documenting Police Use of Force 

Investigating deaths after police used tactics like prone restraint and other "less lethal" force. With The Associated Press, drawing on police records, autopsy reports and body cam footage, the most expansive tally of such deaths nationwide.

11:00 Amanpour and Company

Schedule and descriptions subject to change.