Public Television for the North Coast
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Wednesday, July 26th at 9 PM
Thousands of zebra face lions, hunting dogs, drought and starvation as they undertake the world’s most newly discovered migration. Braving one of Botswana’s most brutal wildernesses, they make Africa’s longest land mammal migration to the rich grasslands of Nxai Pan National Park, 155 miles to the south.
Thursday, July 27th at 9 PM
In this episode, written by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, long-buried secrets catch up with the Baker Street duo. Someone has been playing a long game indeed and Sherlock and Watson face their greatest ever challenge. Is the game finally over?
Friday, July 28th Episode 101 at 10 PM and Episode 102 at 10:30 PM
Meet the Brass Sisters a.k.a. The Food Flirts! Two passionate food explorers of a certain age on a mission to tackle their culinary bucket list…one bite at a time! In each episode of Food Flirts, the ladies ‘flirt’ their way into chefs’ kitchens to discover two ethnically unique and delicious delights, then head home to experiment and create cross cultural culinary mash-ups to tantalize your taste-buds! Food, fun, flirting and friendship are always on the menu!
Saturday, July 29th at 9 PM
Chart-topping British soul singer and songwriter Sam Smith topped off a whirlwind 2014 with an astonishing six major Grammy nominations. There is virtually no contemporary vocalist as stylish and elegant as Smith, a throwback to an elite crew of singers from an earlier generation. A beautifully soulful singer, the 22-year old London native makes a stunning ACL debut performing the songs of unrequited love and heartbreak that drive his landmark platinum album In the Lonely Hour. Like soul singers of yore, Smith takes to the ACL stage as his eight-piece band is already a minute into the show-opener “Nirvana,” the title track of his early EP. Baltimore’s Future Islands share the episode, also making an epic ACL debut. Having steadily built a fan base since their first album in 2006, the synth-pop trio became a breakthrough smash in 2014 with the critically acclaimed Singles, landing on top of many year-end best lists including Pitchfork, Stereogum, Spin, Rolling Stone and NPR.