MONDAY | January 29
8PM: Antiques Roadshow: New Orleans – Head to the Big Easy and appraise treasures like a diamond bracelet, Mardi Gras Krewe parade watercolors, and subway graffiti art circa 1980. – NEW
9PM: Antiques Roadshow: Knoxville – Discover the value of a glittering Cartier sapphire ring and Muhammad Ali’s training shoes.
10PM: Princes of the Palace – Chronicle three generations of the British royal family from Prince Phillip to baby Prince George. – NEW
TUESDAY | January 30
6PM: PBS NewsHour – Watch live coverage of President Trump’s State of the Union Address and analysis. – NEW
8PM: We’ll Meet Again: Rescued from Mount St. Helens – A woman searches for the helicopter pilot who saved her life during a deadly eruption. – NEW
9PM: American Experience: Triangle Fire – Examine the landmark legislation that secured workplace safety laws in New York following a tragic accident.
10PM: FRONTLINE: North Korea’s Deadly Dictator – Infiltrate the North Korean government’s involvement in the slaying of Kim Jong-un’s half-brother.
WEDNESDAY | January 31
7PM: ViewFinder: The Time is Now – The Civic Life of Nathaniel Colley – Meet one of Sacramento’s first practicing black attorneys and discover his monumental achievements for civil rights.
7:30PM: Inside California Education: Edible Schoolyard – Explore an effort to connect students to the land.
8PM: Nature: Animals with Cameras, Part I – Experience the wild from a new perspective as animals become the cinematographers. – NEW
9PM: NOVA: The Impossible Flight – Fly around the world in the first-ever solar-powered airplane on the 2-hour special. – NEW
THURSDAY | February 1
7PM: This Old House Hour – The apprentices graduate after 10 weeks of hard work. – NEW
8PM: California’s Gold: Golden Gate Bridge – Visit the Bay Area’s most recognizable landmark.
8:30PM: California’s Golden Parks: The California State Railroad Museum – Ride beautifully restored railroad cars and locomotives in Old Sacramento.
9PM: Doc Martin: Nobody Likes Me – Martin begrudgingly takes James to playgroup and Ruth encounters problems with her new neighbor.
10PM: Ethan Bortnick: Celebration of Music – Talent Search – Young pianist Ethan Bortnick hosts a search for young talent across the country. Plus, discover ticket opportunities to see Bortnick live in concert in Sacramento this March.
FRIDAY | February 2
7:30PM: Studio Sacramento: Civil Rights in America – Author and political scientist Dr. David Covin and civil rights activist Sam Starks join host Scott Syphax to discuss how far America has progressed and what needs to happen for the country to embody for everyone the promise of its founding. – NEW
8PM: Antiques Roadshow: New Orleans – Head to the Big Easy and appraise treasures like a diamond bracelet, Mardi Gras Krewe parade watercolors, and subway graffiti art circa 1980.
9PM: Endeavour on MASTERPIECE: Game – Inspector Morse races against the clock to find a serial killer.
10:30PM: Great Performances: Nas Live from The Kennedy Center – Experience a symphonic rendition of the groundbreaking hip-hop artist’s debut album Illmatic accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra. – NEW
SATURDAY | February 3
8PM: My Mother and Other Strangers – Emma goes on a date and incites an international incident.
9PM: Father Brown: The Hammer of God – Blackmail threatens to send an innocent woman to the gallows in the pilot episode.
10PM: Doc Martin: Nobody Likes Me – Martin begrudgingly takes James to playgroup and Ruth encounters problems with her new neighbor.
11PM: Austin City Limits: LCD Soundsystem – Rock out to an hour of hits from their comeback album American Dream. – NEW
SUNDAY | February 4
8PM: Victoria on MASTERPIECE: Entente Cordiale – The queen tries her hand in foreign relations on a diplomatic journey to France.
9PM: Victoria on MASTERPIECE: Faith, Hope & Charity – News of famine in Ireland reaches the queen. – NEW
10PM: Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents – The mystery behind Elizabeth I’s 16th-century spy network continues. – NEW