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10:00

Ascent Of Money

From ancient Mesopotamia to Renaissance Italy, Niall Ferguson explains the origins of money, credit and debt. Money, he shows, is not precious metal.

Nature: Silence of the Bees

11:00

Austin City Limits Sharon Jones & The Dap- kings/Carolyn Wonderland

Jones performs classic soul and funk, followed by Wonderland’s blend of rock, blues and soul.

Sunday 26

7:00

Nature Silence Of The Bees

Scientists race to discover the cause of the ecological disaster of recent massive bee die-offs.

8:00

Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple

The last words of a dying man lead the sole witness and a lovely socialite to investigate foul play.

9:30

From The Top: Live From Carnegie Hall Banjo Makeover

Bela Fleck joins 14-year-old violinist Caroline Goulding and 13-year- old cellist Gabriel Cabezas.

10:00

Piano Forte: The Julia Crane International Piano Competition

Exceptional young pianists from around the world compete and perform at the Crane School of Music.

11:00

Short List Films From The USA, Germany, France And Canada

A career couple ties the knot at San Francisco’s city hall in the film, On a Tuesday.

Monday 27

6:30 7:00

BBC World News Antiques Roadshow Fame And Fortune

Spotlights celebrities, big-shots and headliners through objects connected to their lives.

Honeybees from the beginning have played a key role in human survival. Most fruit trees and veg- etable species are entirely dependent on bees to produce, and there’s no artificial replacement for natural pollination. But the bees are disappearing. Massive die-offs, first reported in November 2006, are now the subject of international emergency re- search as scientists race to discover the cause of this ecological disaster. Could it be a disease? Is it caused by pesticides, genetically modified foods or radiation from cell phone towers? Whatever is hap- pening, we must solve the mystery and correct the problem soon or face unimaginable consequences.

Sunday July 26 at 7pm

award-winning filmmaker Mark Flagler embarks on a six-month journey to traverse the primitive backcountry trail that stretches from Mexico to Canada.

10:00

Charlie Rose

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BBC World News

11:30

Tavis Smiley

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9:00

A souvenir may be a piece of Amelia Earhart’s airplane, found before she and the plane disappeared.

6:30 7:00

Walking the Great Divide: A Jorney Along the Continental Divide Trail

The Continental Divide Trail provides a 3,100-mile scenic backdrop — from the mountain lakes and grizzly bears of Glacier National Park to the crimson sunsets and lava flows of El Malpais National Monument. In Walking The Great Divide,

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History Detectives

Tuesday 28

BBC World News NOVA Astrospies

Author Jim Bamford probes the untold story of a former top-secret military manned space program.

NOVA ScienceNow

Vocal abilities of walruses and sea lions shed light on the evolutionary roots of human language.

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