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History Detectives

A shotgun is researched for clues that one of AL Capone’s men fired it in a Chicago gang massacre.

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Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People: Power And Place

The final episode of this series about the natural and human history of Appalachia sparks both heartbreak and hope for the region’s ransacked mountain ecosystem. Early 20th-century mineral barons ruled Appalachia with an iron fist. Company spies tracked miners’ every move. If they found a man’s union card, he would be fired, even killed.

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Charlie Rose

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BBC World News

11:30

Tavis Smiley

Tuesday 7

6:30

BBC World News

7:00

NOVA Secrets Of The Samurai Sword

Travel deep into Japan’s ancient foundries to reveal the art & science of making the perfect sword.

8:00

NOVA ScienceNow

Focuses on the hunt for another Earth in our galaxy and finding genes for Alzheimer’s and Autism.

Wednesday 8

6:30 7:00

BBC World News

Time Team America Fort Raleigh, North Carolina

Untangle the mystery of the first English settlement in America, where 116 settlers vanished.

8:00

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.

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Wide Angle Charlie Rose BBC World News Tavis Smiley

Thursday 9

6:30

BBC World News

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Aggie Almanac

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Southwest Yard And Garden

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Globe Trekker Pakistan

The Saddar Bazaar and a trek through the Hunza Valley to the magnificent Rush Peak are showcased.

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Classical Destinations The Real Song Of Norway

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P.O.V. Life. Support. Music.

The astonishing journey of a musician who suffered a near-fatal brain hemorrhage and his family.

10:30 11:30

Charlie Rose Tavis Smiley

9:30

A journey through the spectacular mountains, ravines and fjords of Norway and the capital of Oslo.

Africa Trek Children Of The Blue Nile

Alex and Sonia resume their trek in Addis Ababa and meet champion marathoner Haile Gebre Selassie.

Wide Angle

This acclaimed series delivers up-to-the-minute reports from global hotspots to give American television viewers a unique forum for understanding the com- plex, often dramatic, sometimes explosive and always relevant stories that are shaping the present and future of the world. Each program focuses on a single subject, bringing to life international events and issues that matter to Americans today — from global epidemics to economic development and matters related to the war on terrorism. WIDE ANGLE offers character-driven narratives while eschewing on-camera correspondents, think-tank analysts or talking heads. At the end of each documentary, Aaron Brown conducts an interview or presents a short essay to “connect the dots” and offer greater insight into how the subject matter of the program affects Americans.

Aaron Brown (pictured) anchors this award-winning international affairs series.

Mondays beginning July 1 at 9pm

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