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1 Support Ontario's educational media organization Donate now to TVO! FRIDAY MAY 1 7:00pm Beautiful Thing: A Passion for Porcelain Former director and curator at The Wallace Collection Ros Savill makes us appreciate objects that have been aesthetically undervalued for years - 17th Century French decorative arts. [DV] [RP] [ 9:00pm Heartbeat Closing Ranks. Ashfordly police are frustrated by a series of handbag snatches :00pm Time Team Lincoln's Inn. At Lincoln's Inn in London, Time Team have been asked to discover the remains of a 13th-century palace. 12:00am Ancient Worlds Come Together (1 of 6). Starting in Iraq, we explore the origins of a profound innovation in human history: civilization. 1:00am Fry's Planet Word Babel. Stephen Fry explores the origins of human language and to what extent our brain is hard-wired for language. 2:00am Big Ideas Francis Broun on Artemisia Gentileschi. The art historian discusses the work of the 17th century painter Artemisia Gentileschi, who has only recently returned to her rightful place as a groundbreaking painter. 3:00am Give Us The Money Bob Geldof and Bono have been prominent celebrity advocates for the poor. Have they really helped lift millions out of poverty? 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Uncertanties. James Shapiro tells the story of an elusive and intellectual new king and Shakespeare's efforts to come to grips with change. SATURDAY MAY 2 4:00pm Undersea Explorer Fiji. The coral reefs of Fiji support a great diversity of life. Marine biologists conduct ongoing research. [DV] 4:30pm Undersea Explorer The Emerald Sea. The sea along the northwest coast of North America is an exotic world of plants and creatures. [DV] 5:00pm Canada Over the Edge Newfoundland West. A look at the first European settlements at Port au Choix, and the scenery of Gros Morne National Park. 6:00pm A Park for All Seasons Bruce Peninsula. Bruce Peninsula National Park has limestone cliffs, caves, and thousand year old trees. Fathom Five National Marine Park is Canada's first National marine Conservatory Area. [NEW!] Ocean of Energy. Tidal and wave power could revolutionize the way we harness energy for human use. The Water Brothers investigate state-of-the-art technologies. 7:00pm National Geographic Lost Sharks of Easter Island. Shark expert Enric Sala and his team set out from Chile to visit Easter Island. [DV] Coast Whistable to the Isle of Wight. The south coast of England was the home of movies long before Hollywood, thanks to long hours of daylight and actors holidaying by the sea. [DV] 9:00pm Finding Franklin In 1845, Sir John Franklin set out to find the fabled Northwest Passage. The entire expedition vanished. This is a desperate tale of a struggle to find out what went wrong. Adam Makarenko. Adam Makarenko constructs life-like dioramas depicting everything from the real to the surreal in miniature scale. A History of Scotland Let's Pretend (7 of 10). How the 1688 revolution brought William of Orange to power in England and Scotland, leading to the Scottish battle of Culloden. 12:00am Coast Whistable to the Isle of Wight. See 8 pm. [DV] 1:00am Finding Franklin See 9 pm. 2:30am Snapshot Adam Makarenko. See 10:30 pm. 3:00am Ancient Worlds Come Together (1 of 6). See Friday, May 1 at 12 am. 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Uncertanties. See Friday, May 1 at 4 am. The Agenda with Steve Paikin Weekdays at 8 pm and 11 pm In-depth analysis and intelligent debate on the issues that are changing Ontario and the world beyond. For nightly topics, visit theagenda.tvo.org. Where to find TVO: TVO airs on Rogers cable channel 2 in most areas. Rogers HD channel 580; Bell HD channel 1209; Bell Fibe TV SD channel 209; Bell TV channel 265; Shaw Direct SD channel 39; Shaw Direct SD channel 353. Find us online: tvo.org tvokids.com Connect with TVO: youtube.com/tvo facebook.com/tvo twitter.com/tvo [NEW!] = New Episode [DV] = Descriptive Video [RP] = Repeat Program = Closed Captioned Times listed are in eastern time. Programming is subject to change. PAGE 1

2 SUNDAY MAY 3 4:00pm Great Canadian Rivers The Milk. The Milk is the only river in Canada that flows into the Gulf of Mexico. It is the lifeblood of the Canadian Dry Belt. 4:30pm Queen's Park This Week A look at the issues and discussions that have occupied the Ontario Legislature over the past week. 5:00pm 6:00pm Recreating Eden Garden of the She-Wolves. Nicole De Vésian found fame with her garden tapestry entitled "La Louve". Judith Pillsbury maintains the garden as a tribute. Ocean of Energy. See Saturday, May 2 at 6:30 pm. 7:00pm When Continents Collide How the area comprising the currentday Republic of Panama connected two continents, separated two oceans, and transformed the world. [DV] Around the World in In the United States, Monty Don meets garden guerrillas in New York, visits a Virginian garden, and travels west to California. 9:00pm The Sinking of the Laconia (2 of 2). The U-boat's deck is crowded with Allied survivors. In the fog of war, confusion reigns and the sub is spotted by an American bomber which moves in to attack. 14+ Fred Herzog. Fred Herzog arrived in Vancouver in 1952 and started documenting the city he came to love. Anti-Social Limited Following the charismatic and streetwise Chris Hoard, a former drug dealer who wants to turn his life around by starting a legitimate, all-native renovation and construction company. [DV] 12:00am Art of Germany In the Shadow of Hitler (3 of 3). Andrew Graham-Dixon concludes his exploration of German art by investigating the difficult times of the 20th century. 1:00am A History of Scotland Let's Pretend (7 of 10). See Saturday, May 2 at 11 pm. 2:00am Canada Over the Edge Newfoundland West. See Saturday, May 2 at 5 pm. 3:00am David Starkey's Music and Monarchy Crown & Choir. David Starkey begins with kings who were also composers Henry V and Henry VIII and the "golden age" of English music over which they presided. 4:00am Big Ideas Francis Broun on Artemisia Gentileschi. See Friday, May 1 at 2 am. MONDAY MAY 4 7:00pm Child Genius [NEW!] (1 of 4). Highly gifted children aged between 7 to 12 take part in a competition, run in association with British Mensa, to find the UK's annual child genius. 9:00pm Is Your Brain Male or Female? [NEW!] Dr. Alice Roberts and Dr. Michael Mosley investigate neuroimaging techniques and behavioural studies to determine whether men and women are wired differently. 10:00pm Into the Mind Emotions (1 of 3). Dr. Michael Mosely investigates how scientists have struggled to understand the irrational and complex part of our minds - our emotions. 12:00am The Sinking of the Laconia (2 of 2). See Sunday, May 3 at 9 pm. 1:30am Snapshot Fred Herzog. See Sunday, May 3 at 10:30 pm. 2:00am Heartbeat Closing Ranks. See Friday, May 1 at 9 pm. Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. The Hero's Standard. Detective Zane Malik of the Major Crime Squad faces the toughest challenge of his life when a public crime has personal ramifications. 14+ TUESDAY MAY 5 7:00pm The Water Brothers [NEW!] The Least Deadliest Catch. Fish stocks around the world are being depleted at an alarming rate. The Water Brothers venture to the East Coast and join fishermen who catch their fish in a sustainable way. 7:30pm A Park for All Seasons Pacific Rim. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada is a 525 square kilometer National Park located on Vancouver Island. 9:00pm Genetic Me [NEW!] Science journalist Lone Frank wants to change her personality and sets out to learn how the advent of personal genetics may change our view of ourselves and affect our understanding of human nature. 10:00pm Redesign My Brain Make Me Smarter (1 of 3). Dr Michael Merzenich, the pioneer of the neuroplasticity revolution, teaches Todd how to turbo charge his thinking speed, attention and memory. 12:00am Child Genius (1 of 4). See Monday at 7 pm. PAGE 2

3 1:00am Genetic Me See 9 pm. 2:00am When Continents Collide See Sunday, May 3 at 7 pm. [DV] Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. Heart of Darkness. A Somali teenager is found murdered in a railway tunnel. The investigation leads to a Somali man who is rumoured to be recruiting Somalis to return to Africa to fight for Al-Shabaab. 14+ WEDNESDAY MAY 6 7:00pm Inside My Mind The causes of mental illness differ for every one of us: our genes, lifestyle or events from the past can all play a part. But whatever the trigger, mental illness can affect anyone. 9:00pm Out of Mind, Out of Sight: Inside the Brockville Psych Filmmaker John Kastner gains unprecedented access to the Brockville Mental Health Centre, where he follows patients struggling to regain control of their lives. 10:00pm Redesign My Brain Make Me Creative (2 of 3). A team of experts coach Todd to increase his creativity and overcome limiting mindsets. 12:00am Out of Mind, Out of Sight: Inside the Brockville Psych See 9 pm. 1:00am Around the World in See Sunday, May 3 at 8 pm. 2:00am Is Your Brain Male or Female? See Monday at 9 pm. Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. Jerusalem. The mysterious double murder of a Jewish couple leaves few leads. 14+ THURSDAY MAY 7 7:00pm Katherine Mills: Mind Games [NEW!] (1 of 4). Acclaimed magician Katherine Mills blends popular psychological science with astonishing trickery and illusion. 9:00pm Notes from the Inside with James Rhodes [NEW!] Renegade classical musician James Rhodes takes a piano inside one of Britain's largest psychiatric hospitals. The patients each have a story, and James shares his own. 10:00pm Redesign My Brain Mind Over Matter (3 of 3). Australian Institute of Sport expert Dr. David Martin helps Todd improve his mind-body connection, his ability to visualize, and his emotional intelligence. 12:00am Into the Mind Emotions (1 of 3). See Monday at 10 pm. 1:00am Inside My Mind See Wednesday at 7 pm. 2:00am Lost Sharks of Easter Island See Saturday, May 2 at 7 pm. [DV] Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. Transit of Venus. Wright becomes personally involved in a case when a young woman is found raped and murdered after getting into a taxi. 14+ FRIDAY MAY 8 7:00pm Is Seeing Believing A better understanding of our senses is opening up exciting new possibilities, enabling people to harness powers they never knew they had. 9:00pm Heartbeat Leaving Home. Greengrass reluctantly harbours a van full of stolen cigarettes; Jo receives tragic news :00pm Time Team Warboys. The Time Team investigates a site in East Anglia that may have been a spiritual centre for thousands of years. 12:00am Ancient Worlds The Age of Iron (2 of 6). A look at the winners, losers and survivors of the great Bronze Age collapse. 1:00am Fry's Planet Word Identity. Stephen Fry charts the shifting patterns of lingua franca and the spread of Globish (global English). 2:00am Big Ideas Graeme Gibson: Our Withdrawal From Nature. The author of The Bedside Book of Beasts explores the ways we relate to the natural world, and the damage done by our withdrawal from it. 3:00am Solar Mamas India's Barefoot College takes uneducated middle-aged women from poor communities and trains them to become solar engineers. 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Equivocation. In 1606, in the aftermath of the Gunpowder Plot, the authorities crack down on Catholics. Shakespeare's Macbeth captures the anxiety of the time. PAGE 3

4 SATURDAY MAY 9 4:00pm Undersea Explorer Tentacles. The largest and the smallest cephalopods both swim in waters off British Columbia. [DV] 4:30pm Undersea Explorer Seals and Sea Lions. A look at a wide variety of seals and sea lions all over the globe. [DV] 5:00pm Canada Over the Edge Newfoundland North. Exploring Newfoundland's northern coastline, from the mountains of the island's interior to the icebergs of White Bay and Twillingate. 6:00pm A Park for All Seasons Pacific Rim. See Tuesday, May 5 at 7:30 pm. The Least Deadliest Catch. See Tuesday, May 5 at 7 pm. 7:00pm National Geographic Quest for the Lost Maya. In the past decade, researchers have made a series of startling discoveries that reveal a gap ing hole in our understanding of the Maya. [DV] Coast France: Cap Gris-Nez to Mont Saint Michel. We visit the medieval quarry in France which supplied the stone for the Tower of London and Canterbury Cathedral. Nick Crane visits France. [DV] 9:00pm Art and Craft [NEW!] Art forger Mark Landis has given away hundreds of works. After duping a registrar who later sets out to expose his escapades to the art world, Landis must confront his own legacy, as well as the museum professionals clamoring for him to stop. Fred Herzog. See Sunday, May 3 at 10:30 pm. A History of Scotland The Price of Progress (8 of 10). Money made from transatlantic trade transformed Scotland's fortunes, but some feared that Scotland had lost its way. 12:00am Coast France: Cap Gris-Nez to Mont Saint Michel. See 8 pm. [DV] 1:00am Art and Craft See 9 pm. 2:30am Snapshot Fred Herzog. See Sunday, May 3 10:30 pm. 3:00am Ancient Worlds The Age of Iron (2 of 6). See Friday, May 8 at 12 am. 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Equivocation. See Friday, May 8 at 4 am. SUNDAY MAY 10 4:00pm Great Canadian Rivers The Moisie. This river rises in Labrador's Lake Opacopa and flows 410 kilometres south across Quebec's breathtaking Cote Nord to meet the St. Lawrence River. 4:30pm Queen's Park This Week A look at the issues and discussions that have occupied the Ontario Legislature over the past week. 5:00pm 6:00pm Recreating Eden A Garden Gallery. The Garden Gallery is located on Bainbridge Island, a 35-minute ferry ride from Seattle. It is designed by artists George Little and David Lewis who have been collaborating since The Least Deadliest Catch. See Tuesday, May 5 at 7 pm. 7:00pm That Shouldn't Fly At the highest reaches of the Malaysian rainforest canopy live some of the world's most unusual and least understood creatures. Using Phantom camera technology, scientists unravel the mysteries of wingless flight. [DV] Around the World in In China, Monty Don visits the ancient scholars' gardens of Suzhou and the Yellow Mountains of Huangshang. He visits the Imperial Summer Palace Gardens of Beijing. In Kyoto, Japan, he tries to understand the Zen garden. 9:00pm Buck [NEW!] Buck Brannaman is a real-life horsewhisperer who eschews the violence of his upbringing and teaches people to communicate with their horses through leadership and sensitivity. Lincoln Clarkes. Clarkes has been documenting life and death on the streets for over three decades. His work includes the documentary series Heroines. Out of Mind, Out of Sight: Inside the Brockville Psych See Wednesday, May 6 at 9 pm. 12:00am Notes from the Inside with James Rhodes See Thursday, May 7 at 9 pm. 1:00am A History of Scotland The Price of Progress (8 of 10). See Saturday, May 9 at 11 pm. 2:00am Canada Over the Edge Newfoundland North. See Saturday, May 9 at 5 pm. 3:00am David Starkey's Music and Monarchy Revolutions. In the 17th century, religious conflict threatened the future of the monarchy and the glorious tradition of British music itself. 4:00am Big Ideas Graeme Gibson: Our Withdrawal From Nature. See Friday, May 8 at 2 am. MONDAY MAY 11 7:00pm Child Genius [NEW!] (2 of 4). It's the general knowledge and memory round of the child genius competition, and the pressure is mounting for the gifted kids and their parents. PAGE 4

5 9:00pm Midsomer Murders The Christmas Haunting (1 of 2). It's Christmas and new detective Charlie Nelson moves into Midsomer. He's thrown straight into an intriguing mystery in the village of Morton Shallows :00pm Into the Mind Mind Control (2 of 3). Experiments on the human mind have led to profound insights, but have also involved great cruelty and posed ethical dilemmas. Dr. Michael Mosely traces the ways this science has historically been used to try to control our minds. 12:00am Buck See Sunday, May 10 at 9 pm. 1:30am Katherine Mills: Mind Games (1 of 4). See Thursday, May 7 at 7 pm. 2:30am Heartbeat Leaving Home. See Friday, May 8 at 9 pm. 3:30am Question Period Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. 4:35am Snapshot Barbara Cole. Barbara Cole literally dives into her work to photograph images of models suspended in water. TUESDAY MAY 12 7:00pm The Water Brothers [NEW!] Acid Ocean. Carbon dioxide is acidifying the oceans, threatening the survival of a number of marine species. The Water Brothers dive near a volcanic island in Italy that has naturally acidic seawater. 7:30pm A Park for All Seasons Cape Breton. This park is the oldest Atlantic National Park, having first opened in :00pm Mysteries of the Human Voice [NEW!] The human voice took millenia to evolve. In the age of voice synthesizing robots and global communications, will the human voice survive? 10:00pm Is Seeing Believing See Friday, May 8 at 7 pm. 12:00am Child Genius (2 of 4). See Monday at 7 pm. 1:00am Big Ideas Martin Gilbert. The eminent British historian asks, was the 20th century a century of intolerance? 2:00am That Shouldn't Fly See Sunday, May 10 at 7 pm. [DV] Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. The Price of Salvation. Mere Hahunga has problems with her youngest son, Sam, and enlists Detective Koa's help. 14+ WEDNESDAY MAY 13 7:00pm Expedition Tiger (1 of 3). A team of big cat experts and wildlife filmmakers head to the jungles and mountains of Bhutan for what could be the last chance to save this magnificent animal. 9:00pm Hitler's Children A film about the descendants of the most powerful figures in the Nazi regime and the legacy that associates them with one of the greatest abominations in history. 10:00pm The World According to Irving John Irving is one of the world's most read writers. This film visualizes the elation in Irving's novels, a factor which makes him a literary figure of global format. 12:00am Hitler's Children See 9 pm. 1:00am Around the World in See Sunday, May 10 at 8 pm. 2:00am Midsomer Murders The Christmas Haunting (1 of 2). See Monday at 9 pm. Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. Behold a Pale Horse. What has the armed robbery of $36 million got to do with a drug rip and massacre in Afghanistan? 14+ THURSDAY MAY 14 7:00pm Katherine Mills: Mind Games [NEW!] (2 of 4). Katherine visits a haunted house and gets a set of twins to share a thought telepathically. 9:00pm I Am The River Tracing the journey of the Partington collection of 19th century photographs of Whanganui Maori, which provide rare visual insight into 19th century New Zealand. 10:00pm Mysteries of the Human Voice See Tuesday at 9 pm. 12:00am Into the Mind Mind Control (2 of 3). See Monday at 10 pm. 1:00am Expedition Tiger (1 of 3). See Wednesday at 7 pm. 2:00am Quest for the Lost Maya See Saturday, May 9 at 7 pm. [DV] PAGE 5

6 Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. Revelation. Two youths are shot dead while fishing. Malik knows first hand what Yelena Moyan, the boys' mother, is going through. 14+ FRIDAY MAY 15 7:00pm Secret Mediterranean (1 of 4). Sir Trevor McDonald begins with a visit to three countries where history cannot be ignored by those living there today: Venice, Istanbul and the French Riviera. 9:00pm Heartbeat Fool for Love. A local woman is plagued by a stalker :00pm Time Team Ulnaby. The Time Team have been invited to unearth the remains of the deserted medieval village of Ulnaby. 12:00am Ancient Worlds The Greek Thing (3 of 6). Explore the power and the paradox of a blossoming in art, philosophy and science that went hand-inhand with political discord and war. 1:00am Fry's Planet Word Uses and Abuses. Stephen learns that swearing plays an important part in human communication the world over. 2:00am Big Ideas Iain McGilchrist: Our Mind at War. McGilchrist explains how the global increase in mental illness may be caused in part by an overreliance on the left hemisphere of the brain. 3:00am Park Avenue: Money, Power And The American Dream 740 Park Avenue is home to America's wealthiest citizens. Only ten minutes north, in South Bronx, more than half the population lives in poverty 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Legacy. Shakespeare's late plays are often seen as mellow swansongs, but James Shapiro sees a playwright still alert to the world around him. SATURDAY MAY 16 4:00pm Undersea Explorer Great Barrier Reef. A visit to a living coral garden includes the University of Queensland's research station and night diving. [DV] 4:30pm Undersea Explorer Ghost Fleet of the Pacific. During World War Two the United States attacked Japaneseheld islands in the Pacific. The result was a sunken fleet that serves as artificial reefs. [DV] 5:00pm Canada Over the Edge St. John's to St. Pierre. From the cliff faces of the Avalon Peninsula, to the heritage of France's St. Pierre and Miquelon, these coastlines are the marine gateway to North America. 6:00pm A Park for All Seasons Cape Breton. See Tuesday, May 12 at 7:30 pm. Acid Ocean. See Tuesday, May 12 at 7 pm. 7:00pm National Geographic Pelicans: Outback Nomads. Find out why pelicans in Australia journey inland to one of Earth s most inhospitable places. [DV] Coast Land's End to Porthcawl. Hermione Cockburn discovers what happened when media mogul William Randolph Hearst made a run-down castle into a hideaway for him and his mistress. [DV] 9:00pm Finding Vivian Maier The story of a nanny whose previously unknown cache of photographs earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America's most accomplished street photographers. Lincoln Clarkes. See Sunday, May 10 at 10:300 pm. A History of Scotland This Land is Our Land (9 of 10). Sir Walter Scott's story of doomed Jacobites and loyal Highlanders was a global success, but was it enough to protect his beloved Scotland? 12:00am Coast Land's End to Porthcawl. See 8 pm. [DV] 1:00am Finding Vivian Maier See 9 pm. 2:30am Snapshot Lincoln Clarkes. See Sunday, May 10 at 10:30 pm. 3:00am Ancient Worlds The Greek Thing (3 of 6). See Friday, May 15 at 12 am. 4:00am Shakespeare: The King's Man Legacy. See Friday, May 15 at 4 am. SUNDAY MAY 17 4:00pm Great Canadian Rivers The Three Rivers. This watershed consists of the Montague/Valleyfield, Brudenell and Cardigan rivers in Prince Edward Island. 4:30pm Queen's Park This Week A look at the issues and discussions that have occupied the Ontario Legislature over the past week. 5:00pm 6:00pm Recreating Eden Cultivating Writers. Deep in the Tuscany Valley, Baronessa Beatrice Monti della Corte Rezzori has created a refuge from the chaos of the everyday world. PAGE 6

7 Acid Ocean. See Tuesday, May 12 at 7 pm. 7:00pm Ghost Ships of the Great Lakes The discovery of a human skull in Lake Superior takes historian and author Brendon Baillod across a century of history. [DV] Around the World in In Italy, Monty visits some high Renaissance gardens, then looks at the artistic achievements of the Moorish culture. In Marrakesh, he visits The Aguedal; and in Spain he visits The Alhambra. 9:00pm Harlots, Housewives and Heroines (1 of 3). The years after the Civil War and the Restoration of Charles II marked the beginning of the modern age. Dr. Lucy Worsley investigates the lives of the king's mistresses. 10:00pm Greatest Tank Battles Michael Wittman: Greatest Tank Ace. The most decorated tank ace in history fought at Kursk and in Normandy and in many of the greatest tank battles of all time. [DV] Dish: Women, Waitressing and the Art of Service Dish delves into Toronto's classic diners, Montreal's "sexy restos" and Tokyo's fantasy "maid bars" in an insider's look at gender, power, and the art of service. 12:00am I Am The River See Thursday, May 14 at 9 pm. 1:00am A History of Scotland This Land is Our Land (9 of 10). See Saturday, May 16 at 11 pm. 2:00am Canada Over the Edge St. John's to St. Pierre. See Saturday, May 16 at 5 pm. 3:00am David Starkey's Music and Monarchy Great British Music. In the 18th century, Great Britain brought us patriotic classics such as God Save the King. Yet the monarchy had never been more fragile. 4:00am Green Heroes Saving Species. Follow the efforts of Ric O'Barry, Jane Goodall, Bill Lishman and Rob Stewart to fight for the rights of endangered species. 4:30am Green Heroes In My Backyard. Artists like Sarah Harmer work to protect their communities from industrialization and pollution. MONDAY MAY 18 7:00pm Child Genius [NEW!] (3 of 4). Some of the kids take part in a spelling bee. Has Hugo's lack of effort finally caught up with him? And has human dictionary Ben met his match with Scrabble champion Shrinidhi? 9:00pm Midsomer Murders The Christmas Haunting (2 of 2). Can Barnaby and Nelson find a more earthly motive behind the murder at the haunted mansion and trap the killer? :00pm Into the Mind Broken Brains (3 of 3). Dr. Michael Mosley looks at what experiments on abnormal brains have revealed. 12:00am Harlots, Housewives and Heroines (1 of 3). See Sunday, May 17 at 9 pm. 1:00am Katherine Mills: Mind Games (2 of 4). See Thursday, May 14 at 7 pm. 2:00am Heartbeat Fool for Love. See Friday, May 15 at 9 pm. 3:00am The Jury (1 of 5). The case is a retrial of a man convicted of murdering three women he met on the Internet. A mysterious woman follows one of the jurors home :00am The Jury (2 of 5). The jurors messy lives unfold and the mysterious woman tells Paul that she was a member of the first jury that tried Alan Lane. 14+ TUESDAY MAY 19 7:00pm The Water Brothers [NEW!] Water in Space. At a NASA research center, the brothers meet with Chris Hadfield, Neil degrasse Tyson and NASA scientists to learn how space technology is advancing our understanding of water on Earth. 7:30pm A Park for All Seasons Torngat. This spectacular park covers over 9,700 km2 within the Northern Labrador region. 9:00pm Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden Treasures Weird Wonders (1 of 3). Professor Richard Fortey journeys high into the Rocky Mountains to explore a 520-million-yearold fossilised seabed containing bizarre and experimental lifeforms. 10:00pm Secret Mediterranean (1 of 4). See Friday, May 15 at 7 pm. 12:00am Child Genius 2 (3 of 4). See Monday at 7 pm. 1:00am Greatest Tank Battles Michael Wittman: Greatest Tank Ace. See Sunday, May 17 at 10 pm. [DV] 2:00am Ghost Ships of the Great Lakes See Sunday, May 17 at 7 pm. [DV] 3:00am The Jury (3 of 5). Tahir tells Jeffrey about his experience in Sudan, while Paul and Tasha grow closer over lunch :00am The Jury (4 of 5). Tasha tells Paul some shocking facts about the collapse of the first trial. The jury retires to consider their verdict. 14+ PAGE 7

8 WEDNESDAY MAY 20 7:00pm Expedition Tiger (2 of 3). The team strikes out from base camp to track down tigers throughout Bhutan. 9:00pm Marilyn vs Marilyn In an effort to be seen as a "serious" actress, Marilyn Monroe went to New York to take lessons with Lee Strasberg. She also set up her own production company. 10:00pm Spring and Arnaud Photographer Arnaud Maggs embarks on a series of self-portraits that wryly depict his life's work. And artist Spring Hurlbut creates haunting works that evoke mortality. 11:10pm 12:10am Marilyn vs Marilyn See 9 pm. 1:10am Around the World in See Sunday, May 17 at 8 pm. 2:10am Midsomer Murders The Christmas Haunting (2 of 2). See Monday at 9 pm. 3:00am The Jury (5 of 5). Paul has told the jury what he knows and they struggle to reach a majority :00am Snapshot Barbara Cole. See Monday, May 11 at 4:35 am. 4:30am Snapshot Adam Makarenko. See Saturday, May 2 at 10:30 pm. THURSDAY MAY 21 7:00pm Katherine Mills: Mind Games [NEW!] (3 of 4). Katherine predicts which book out of 200,000 someone will choose and helps track down a hidden teddy bear. 9:00pm The Man Who Shot Beautiful Women: Erwin Blumenfeld Erwin Blumenfeld survived two world wars to become a key influence on the development of photography as an art form. 10:00pm Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden Treasures Weird Wonders (1 of 3). See Tuesday at 9 pm. 12:00am Into the Mind Broken Brains (3 of 3). See Monday at 10 pm. 1:00am Expedition Tiger (2 of 3). See Wednesday at 7 pm. 2:00am Pelicans: Outback Nomads See Saturday, May 16 at 7 pm. [DV] 3:00am Paris 1919 (1 of 2). At the end of the first world war, the old global order lay in tatters and for six months, Paris was the capital of the world. 4:00am Paris 1919 (2 of 2). In 1919, delegations from over 30 nations were in Paris for the most ambitious peace talks in history, aiming to engineer a peace treaty "for all time." FRIDAY MAY 22 7:00pm Secret Mediterranean (2 of 4). Sir Trevor visits three countries where the landscape has determined how people live there, including an ancient lagoon in Santorini turning a barren Tunisian landscape into a film set. 9:00pm Heartbeat The Family Way. Nick tries to keep peace between feuding villagers :00pm Time Team Blythburgh. The new owners of a house discovered a cupboard of human skulls in their potting shed. The team investigates. 12:00am Ancient Worlds Return of the King (4 of 6). Tracing the career of Alexander the Great. 1:00am Fry's Planet Word Spreading the Word. Stephen Fry reveals how, without writing we would have no history, and very little technology. 2:00am Big Ideas Allen J. Frances. A lecture entitled "Diagnostic Inflation: Does Everyone have a Mental Illness?" 3:00am Stealing Africa Zambia has the third largest copper reserves in the world, but 60% of the population live on less than $1 a day. 4:00am Simon Schama: Shakespeare and Us (1 of 2). In Henry VI, English men and women boldly took centre stage. It was a vision that Shakespeare expanded upon in Henry IV. SATURDAY MAY 23 4:00pm Undersea Explorer Oasis of the Deep. Superheated water flows from volcanic vents in the deepest parts of the ocean where life forms thrive. [DV] 4:30pm Undersea Explorer The Sea of Cortez. Marine life entering the Sea of Cortez tends not to leave, creating great biodiversity. [DV] 5:00pm The Blue Realm Shark Business. From tropical seas to the cold waters of Canada, sharks are big business in the adrenaline-filled ecotourism industry. 6:00pm A Park for All Seasons Torngat. See Tuesday, May 19 at 7:30 pm. PAGE 8

9 Water in Space. See Tuesday, May 19 at 7 pm. 7:00pm National Geographic [NEW!] National Geographic Photographers: The Best Job in the World. National Geographic photographers bring images that amaze readers. Cory Richards is on an assignment that will challenge his wits and his skills. Coast Cork to Dublin. We visit Cork Harbour, Titanic's last port of call before sailing to disaster. Alice Roberts meets Waterford Crystal's chief scientist. Hermione Cockburn creates her own mini earthquake on Killiney beach. [DV] 9:00pm Dorothea Lange: Grab A Hunk of Lightning [NEW!] The grandaughter of Dorothea Lange directs this film about the iconic photographer's life, loves and work. This film illuminates the decades of the 1920's-1960's and reveals the personal price of Lange's achievements. A History of Scotland Project Scotland (10 of 10). The 20th century saw a period of unprecedented social, political and economic upheaval in Scotland. 12:00am Coast Cork to Dublin. See 8 pm. [DV] 1:00am Dorothea Lange: Grab A Hunk of Lightning See 9 pm. 3:00am Ancient Worlds Return of the King (4 of 6). See Friday, May 22 at 12 am. 4:00am Simon Schama: Shakespeare and Us (1 of 2). See Friday, May 22 at 4 am. SUNDAY MAY 24 4:00pm Great Canadian Rivers The Kicking Horse. This river flows untamed and unobstructed through some of Canada's most spectacular mountain terrain. 4:30pm Great Canadian Rivers The Ottawa. Noted and used by Champlain, the Ottawa River runs through the Great Rift Valley between Quebec and Ontario. 5:00pm 6:00pm Recreating Eden The Namer of Names. Anna Pavord is famous across the United Kingdom for her deep passion for gardening. She has often relied upon her garden in Dorset, England as a source of both physical and emotional healing. Water in Space. See Tuesday, May 19 at 7 pm. 7:00pm Mysteries of the Moose The moose has an armoury unmatched on Earth. Explore the hidden life of an icon of the Northern wilderness. [DV] Around the World in Monty visits Cape Town's Kirstenbosch Botanic Gardens. In the Drakensberg Mountains he sees some native flora. His favourite garden is a school vegetable patch in Thembisa. 9:00pm Harlots, Housewives and Heroines (2 of 3). In the Restoration, women began to question their position in the home, their attitudes to sex and the expectation to have children. 10:00pm Greatest Tank Battles Canadian Tank Battles in Italy. May 1944: Canadian tanks begin their final push to drive the Germans from Italy. At each step, the Canadians confront Hitler's elite Panzers. [DV] A Hard Name Ex-convicts talk about their lives in prison and their struggles to adapt to life on the outside. 12:30am The Man Who Shot Beautiful Women: Erwin Blumenfeld See Thursday, May 21 at 9 pm. 1:30am A History of Scotland Project Scotland (10 of 10). See Saturday, May 23 at 11 pm. 2:30am Green Heroes Oil Changers. Green Heroes like Clayton Thomas Muller are cutting down on emissions and preserving our earth. 3:00am David Starkey's Music and Monarchy Re-Inventions. Dr. David Starkey concludes with the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - when the crown rediscovered the power of pageantry and ceremony, and when native music experienced a renaissance. 4:00am Green Heroes The Power of an Idea. Many people find saving the planet to be an overwhelming idea, but these Green Heroes have made simple changes part of the bigger picture. 4:30am Green Heroes The Tree of Life. GreenHeroes like Tzeporah Berman are tackling deforestation, GMOs, mass food production and even poverty in Africa. MONDAY MAY 25 7:00pm Child Genius [NEW!] (4 of 4). The final six go head to head in a debating contest, hoping to make it through to the last quick-fire round and the chance to be crowned Child Genius of the Year :00pm Midsomer Murders Let Us Prey (1 of 2). A series of murders seem to be inspired by macabre images on a medieval fresco recently discovered in the church crypt :00pm Codebreaker: Bletchley Park's Lost Heroes The engineering genius of Tommy Flowers and mathematician Bill Tutte's codebreaking skill gave rise to the world's first programmable computer. PAGE 9

10 12:00am Harlots, Housewives and Heroines (2 of 3). See Sunday, May 24 at 9 pm. 1:00am Katherine Mills: Mind Games (3 of 4). See Thursday, May 21 at 7 pm. 2:00am Heartbeat The Family Way. See Friday, May 22 at 9 pm. 4:05am Heartbeat Assault and Battery. Nick is summoned to a farm to inspect acts of vandalism. 14+ TUESDAY MAY 26 7:00pm The Water Brothers Reefer Madness. 80% of the coral cover across the entire Caribbean has disappeared in the last 30 years. The Water Brothers are determined to find out how both locals and tourists can help protect reefs around the world. [DV] 7:30pm A Park for All Seasons Riding Mountain. Officially designated as Manitoba's first National Park in 1933, Riding Mountain National Park spans 2973 square kilometres in the south-western region of Manitoba. 9:00pm Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden Treasures Feathered Dinosaurs (2 of 3). Professor Richard Fortey travels to a fossil site in China known as the 'Dinosaur Pompeii' - a place that has yielded spectacular remains of feathered dinosaurs. 10:00pm Secret Mediterranean (2 of 4). See Friday, May 22 at 7 pm. 12:00am Child Genius (4 of 4). See Monday at 7 pm. 1:00am Greatest Tank Battles Canadian Tank Battles in Italy. See Sunday, May 24 at 10 pm. [DV] 2:00am Mysteries of the Moose See Sunday, May 24 at 7 pm. [DV] 4:05am Heartbeat Lost and Found. A man arrives in Aidensfield and realizes that he has lost his late wife's ashes. 14+ WEDNESDAY MAY 27 7:00pm Expedition Tiger (3 of 3). Gordon Buchanan captures footage of a snow leopard cub at over 5000 m. Steve Backshall treks to Tiger Mountain. 9:00pm Sugar Coated [NEW!] How did the food industry get us to stop asking the question: is sugar toxic? It all started with a secret PR campaign dating back to the 1970s. But as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rates skyrocket, the sugar industry is once again under siege. Adam Makarenko. See Saturday, May 2 at 10:30 pm. 12:00am Sugar Coated See 9 pm. 1:30am Around the World in See Sunday, May 24 at 8 pm. 2:30am Midsomer Murders Let Us Prey (1 of 2). See Monday at 9 pm. 3:30am Question Period Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. 4:35am Snapshot Michael Levin. Michael Levin shoots stunning soulful moments in time from all over the Pacific Rim. THURSDAY MAY 28 7:00pm Katherine Mills: Mind Games [NEW!] (4 of 4). Katherine asks cricket fans to help find a ball hidden in the Oval. And she convinces a couple to play Russian roulette with their engagement ring. 9:00pm Sugar Coated See Wednesday at 9 pm. 10:30pm Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden Treasures Feathered Dinosaurs (2 of 3). See Tuesday at 9 pm. 11:20pm 12:20am Codebreaker: Bletchley Park's Lost Heroes See Monday at 10 pm. 1:15am Expedition Tiger (3 of 3). See Wednesday at 7 pm. 2:10am National Geographic Photographers: The Best Job in The World See Saturday, May 23 at 7 pm. Aired when the Ontario Legislature is in session. 4:05am Heartbeat A Winter's Tale. The week before Christmas in Aidensfield, young fir trees are being stolen from the estate of Lord and Lady Whitly. 14+ FRIDAY MAY 29 7:00pm Secret Mediterranean (3 of 4). Sir Trevor travels to Morocco and meets the British vets working with mountain tribes. In Barcelona he explores La Sagrada Familia. In Naples, he meets a judge who is hoping to smash the mafia. PAGE 10

11 9:00pm Heartbeat Friendly Fire. PC Rowan suspects foul play when a farmer is injured in a shooting incident :00pm Time Team Piercebridge. The Time Team examines a stretch of the River Tees where local divers have discovered over 2000 Roman finds. 12:00am Ancient Worlds Republic of Virtue (5 of 6). Explore the phenomenon of the Roman Republic, from its fratricidal mythical beginnings to the all-too-real violence of its end. 1:00am Fry's Planet Word The Power and the Glory. Stephen Fry celebrates what makes a good story, and uncovers why certain words can make us laugh or cry. 2:00am Big Ideas Lisa Harvey-Smith on the Square Kilometre Array. Harvey-Smith of CSTRO, the Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation, discusses the mega-telescope. 3:00am A Park for All Seasons Killarney. Killarney Provincial Park was created by an appeal from a member of the original Group of Seven. 3:30am A Park for All Seasons Sleeping Giant. Nanabijou, the Sleeping Giant, lies across the harbour in Thunder Bay. 4:00am Simon Schama: Shakespeare and Us (2 of 2). Shakespeare's tragedies stripped away the mask of royalty. His plays revealed truths not just about kings and queens, but about humanity. SATURDAY MAY 30 4:00pm Undersea Explorer Free Diving. Free divers go to great depths for long periods of time without breathing equipment. We meet the world free-diving champion. [DV] 4:30pm Undersea Explorer The Graveyard Coast. Members of the Underwater Archaeological Society of BC investigate why Canada's Pacific coast has been the scene of more than 1200 shipwrecks in 200 years. [DV] 5:00pm The Blue Realm Tentacles. Scientists unravel the secrets of cephalopods, including the Caribbean reef squid and giant octopus. 6:00pm A Park for All Seasons Riding Mountain. See Tuesday, May 26 at 7:30 pm. Reefer Madness. See Tuesday, May 26 at 7 pm. [DV] 7:00pm National Geographic Wild Alaska. The story of the creatures, both great and small, that endure this harsh reality and live life on Alaska's edge. [DV] Coast Anglesey to Blackpool. Blackpool is Britain's most visited seaside destination. Neil Oliver views the coast at high speed when he visits the RAF's world famous "Pilot Factory". [DV] 9:00pm Sugar Coated See Wednesday, May 27 at 9 pm. Lana Slezic. Lana Slezic's work includes stunning portraits of Afghan women. She arrived in Kabul on assignment expecting to stay a month, but she stayed on for one year. The Story of Wales The Making of Wales. Huw Edwards tells of the earliest-known human burial, delves into the biggest prehistoric copper mine in the world, and visits the site of an Iron Age hillfort. 12:00am Coast Anglesey to Blackpool. See 8 pm. [DV] 1:00am Sugar Coated See Wednesday, May 27 at 9 pm. 2:30am Snapshot Michael Levin. See Wednesday, May 27 at 4:35 am. 3:00am Ancient Worlds Republic of Virtue (5 of 6). See Friday, May 29 at 12 am. 4:00am Simon Schama: Shakespeare and Us (2 of 2). See Friday, May 29 at 4 am. SUNDAY MAY 31 4:00pm Great Canadian Rivers The Grass. The Grass River flows through the Canadian Shield northeast from the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border to the Nelson River. 4:30pm Queen's Park This Week A look at the issues and discussions that have occupied the Ontario Legislature over the past week. 5:00pm 6:00pm Recreating Eden The Lost Pears. Isabella Dalla Ragione scours the Italian countryside for its lost fruit. She and her father provide a safe home for rare fruit trees, saving them from possible extinction. 6:30pm Recreating Eden [NEW!] When Everything that's Old is New Again. Rosemary Verey's legacy is evident at her family home, Barnsley House. Since her death, its new owners preserve her unique horticultural style. 7:00pm Congo: On The Lava Trail A National Geographic expedition goes to the top and into the depths of a volcano to unlock its secrets in the hope of predicting and preventing a catastrophe. [DV] PAGE 11

12 Around the World in In Northern Europe, Monty views Britain's Sissinghurst Castle and the palette of Monet at Giverny. He enjoys garden of one of his favourite Belgian designers. Finally, he visits Norway to see what can grow 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle. 9:00pm Harlots, Housewives and Heroines (3 of 3). Lucy Worsley explores the lives of some of the most remarkable women of the age, including writers, actresses, travellers and scientists. 10:00pm Greatest Tank Battles Vietnam Insurgency. 1965: American ground forces and Marine Corps tanks land in South Vietnam, meeting the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army. [DV] Sugar Coated See Wednesday, May 27 at 9 pm. 12:30am Karsh is History Legendary photographer Yousuf Karsh rose from immigrant commercial photographer to the world renowned "Karsh of Ottawa". 1:30am The Story of Wales The Making of Wales. See Saturday, May 30 at 11 pm. 2:30am The Blue Realm Tentacles. See Saturday, May 30 at 5 pm. 3:30am Snapshot Fred Herzog. See Sunday, May 3 at 10:30 pm. 4:00am Big Ideas Allen J. Frances. See Friday, May 22 at 2 am. PAGE 12

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