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9:00

P.O.V. Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go

The daily dramas at Oxford’s Mulberry Bush School for emotionally disturbed children are revealed.

10:30 11:30

Charlie Rose Tavis Smiley

9:00

9:30

Classical Destinations Venice, Vivaldi And The Four Seasons

Tour the canals, bridges and piazzas for which Vivaldi created the perfect soundtrack.

Africa Trek Towards The Roof Of Africa

Wednesday 29

6:30 7:00

BBC World News Time Team America Range Creek, Utah

Explore remote red-rock canyons where Fremont Indians lived 1000 years ago in a rugged landscape.

The wildlife of the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti and a Mount Kilimanjaro climb are featured.

10:00

Charlie Rose

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BBC World News

11:30

Tavis Smiley

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Ascent Of Money

Friday 31

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

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Wide Angle Charlie Rose BBC World News Tavis Smiley

Thursday 30

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Washington Week McLaughlin Group NOW On PBS Magic Moments: The Best of 50’s Pop

The McGuire Sisters, The Lennon Sisters, The Chordettes, The Four Aces and more take the stage.

10:30 11:30

Charlie Rose Tavis Smiley

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BBC World News

7:00

Aggie Almanac

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Southwest Yard And Garden

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Globe Trekker Globe Trekker Special:

Galleons, Pirates & Treasure

Sheds light on the real renegades of the Caribbean and 250 years of perilous treasure hunting.

Coming in August - Live From Lincoln Center: Joshua Bell and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

The Mostly Mozart Festival this summer marks the 200th anniversaries of Haydn’s death and Mendelssohn’s birth. Maestro Louis Langrée leads the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra and master violinist Joshua Bell in two works by Mendelssohn: the illustrious Violin Concerto and his stand-alone concert work, “The Hebrides”; Haydn’s Symphony No. 104 in D Major (“London”); and Mozart’s Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in C Major and Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E Major.

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