Scroll down to learn about this month's featured programs. Shows are organized week by week. All programs are on 13.1 unless otherwise noted.
This entertaining, informative series celebrating Native American culture and heritage is back! Hear from tribal elders as well as some of the most powerful and influential leaders of Indian Country today.
Saturdays at 5:30 pm ET, begins April 3.
Sirkka: Past & Present
A veteran of the Women’s Army Corps, of the Finnish-American stage and press, and of numerous progressive and liberal causes, Sirkka’s vivid recollections captivate viewers as she recollects the decades.
Sunday, April 4 at 3 pm ET.
Rick Steves European Easter
Taking you on a spring journey through Spain, Slovenia, Italy, and Greece, Rick Steves' European Easter celebrates this 2,000-year-old story in a variety of cultures.
Sunday, April 4 at 7 pm ET.
My Grandparents' War
Helena Bonham Carter
Follow leading Hollywood actors as they re-trace the footsteps of their grandparents and learn how World War II changed the lives of their families and the world. Actress Helena Bonham Carter explores the heroism of her grandparents during WWII.
Sundays at 8 pm ET, begins April 4. Repeats 4/5 at Midnight ET.
Cities of Light The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain
An epic journey back to when Muslims, Christians and Jews held a fragile union in Western Europe.
Monday, April 5 at 10 pm ET.
Follow eight patients with life-threatening illness as they make choices about how they want to live, how much medical technology they can accept, what they hope for, and how that hope evolves when life is threatened.
Tuesday, April 6 at 3 pm ET. Repeats 4/10 at 9 pm ET.
One Woman, One Vote
A sweeping look at the women’s suffrage movement, from Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s famous Seneca Falls call to arms to the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women voting rights.
Tuesday, April 6 at 10 pm ET. .
Holy Silence focuses on American officials who worked behind the scenes to influence the Vatican's actions.
Thursday, April 8 at 3 pm ET. Repeats 4/21 at 3 pm ET.
Covid Vaccines Ask the Experts
Fact vs. Fiction
This one-hour virtual town hall, recorded on March 31, 2021, offered viewers around the country the opportunity to ask and get answers to their questions surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines, virus variants and CDC Guidelines.
Sunday, April 11 at 7 pm ET.
Dinosaur Train Adventure Island
The Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train to Adventure Island, a new theme park on a volcanic island!
Monday, April 12 at 9 am ET. Repeats 4/12 at Noon ET.
Do No Harm Exposing The Hippocratic Hoax
Doctors take an oath to save lives but are taking their own at an alarming rate, trapped in a toxic healthcare system that puts their lives and their patients’ lives at risk in an epidemic that’s been covered up for decades—until now.
Thursday, April 15 at 3 pm ET.
Song of the Mountains
The Malpass Brothers
The best talents in bluegrass and old-time country music from the heart of the region where it all began.
Fridays at 10 pm ET, begins April 16.
Explore how special interests bankroll political campaigns and relentlessly lobby to rig the system in their favor, all while following the letter of the law.
Sunday, April 18 at 7 pm ET.
International Jazz Day:
Join more than two dozen world-renowned artists from across the globe for an extraordinary celebration of jazz music. The 2020 International Jazz Day All-Star Global Concert was held at Hamer Hall in Melbourne, Australia.
Saturday, April 24 at 8 pm ET. Repeats 4/26 at 3 pm ET.
I Danced for The Angel of Death The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story
Edie recounts her remarkable story of survival as a prisoner at Auschwitz and her struggles with survivor’s guilt. In the film, Edie examines how her ongoing work with patients has helped her grow and heal.
Sunday, April 25 at 7 pm ET.
Greta Thunberg A Year to Save The Planet
Travel with the world’s best-known climate activist as she takes her fight to a global stage. With unique access, the series follows Greta over an extraordinary year as she embarks on a mission to ensure world leaders work to limit global warming.
Wednesdays at 8 pm ET, begins April 28.
Fighting for Fertility
The high-tech world of assistedreproduction is ushering in a new era of possibilities. As different people have the opportunity to build a family using their own DNA, humanity is redefining what it means to reproduce.
Wednesday, April 28 at 9 pm ET. Repeats 4/29 at 3 pm ET.
Human: The World Within
Explore how the technology of the brain and nervous system shape our experience of the world.
Wednesdays at 10 pm ET, begins April 28.
In the aftermath of World War II, American business and labor engaged in one of the most important struggles of the 20th century. In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the iron mining companies who dominated the region’s economy accepted no compromise. Explore the unfolding conflict between the mining companies and their employees. Written and produced by students at Negaunee High School. Part of the Beaumier Heritage Documentary Series.
Friday, April 30 at 9 pm ET.