NATIONAL PARKS: Going Home (1920-1933)Explore how the advent of the automobile changed the parks, transforming them into places for more than just the wealthy, as citizens advocate for the creation of more parks to protect virgin forests and sweeping landscapes. Thursday 4/28, 9pm-11pm [More] [Find all Broadcasts]
NATIONAL PARKS: Great Nature (1933-1945)Examine the effect of the Civilian Conservation Corps, whose work on renovation transformed the parks, as well the work of conservation-minded wildlife scientists who fought against the pressures of the mining and farming industries. Friday 4/29, 9pm-11pm [More] [Find all Broadcasts]
DOC MARTIN: Midwife CrisisA midwife arrives in Portwenn and immediately clashes with Martin, while Bert Large is smitten with a new cook at his restaurant. Saturday 4/30, 8pm-9pm [More] [Find all Broadcasts]
NATIONAL PARKS: The Morning of Creation (1946-1980)In the decades following WWII, the park system is overwhelmed by visitors, creating memories for millions of people but stressing the parks. As attendance and acreage grow, consider the growth of the national parks on the finale of National Parks: America’s Best Idea. Saturday 4/30, 9pm-11pm [More] [Find all Broadcasts]
CALL THE MIDWIFE - New!With modern advances starting to change things for the better, even medical professionals like Dr. Turner and Shelagh are forced to consider their own lifestyles. Sunday 5/1, 8pm-9pm [More] [Find all Broadcasts]
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