Nature at 7 p.m. Sunday examines the rising disappearance of frogs and the effects it has on ecosystems globally.
Masterpiece Classic at 8 p.m. Sunday presents part two of “Little Dorrit,” as romance and heartbreak is in the air for three couples.
American Experience at 8 p.m. Monday tells the tale of a young woman who thrilled audiences around the world with her daring shooting feats, the true story of Annie Oakley.
House of Life at 9 p.m. Monday tells the story of the vibrant Prague Jewish community of the past and present, and their old Jewish cemetery that has survived wars, floods and fires.
Out of Faith at 10 p.m. Monday follows three generations of a family torn apart by conflicts over interfaith marriage.
Nova at 7 p.m. Tuesday returns to a series that began over 20 years ago that followed seven students at Harvard Medical School, to see what kind of doctors and people they have become.
Investigative correspondent Lowell Bergman examines the shadowy world of international bribery, revealing how multi-national companies create slush funds and make secret payments to get billions of dollars in business in Frontline at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Teens Behind the Wheel at 9 p.m. Tuesday explores the ongoing problems the U.S. faces in keeping teen drivers safe.
Independent Lens at 10 p.m. Tuesday looks at the deepening conflict between humans and animals in our ever-shrinking world.
Jean-Michel Cousteau travels to the high Arctic to examine beluga whales and discover why some groups are thriving and others are disappearing in “Ocean Adventures” at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
American Masters at 8 p.m. Wednesday offers a very intimate portrait of composer Philip Glass, following his eventful year with friends and family, as well as collaborations with Ravi Shankar and Woody Allen.
Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire celebrates their acclaimed second album, “The Neon Bible,” in Austin City Limits at 10 p.m. Wednesday and 11 p.m. Friday.
Political analyst and commentator Dee Dee Myers, the first woman to serve as White House Press Secretary, talks about the political landscape on Texas Monthly Talks at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Meet two nomadic artists as they present the story of the Orphan Train and explain how it relates to Texas history on Docubloggers at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Downtown at 8 p.m. Thursday looks at the importance of transportation, the unique urban ecosystem and one of Texas’ oldest theatres of Downtown Austin.
In Context at 8:30 p.m. Thursday focuses on creativity as artists tell their stories.
Hosted at the Judson Memorial Church in Lower Manhattan, Live from the Artists Den at 9 p.m. Thursday features multi-platinum songstress Alanis Morissette, showcasing her new album “Flavors of Entanglement.”
Narrated by Nova’s Neil deGrasse Tyson, 400 Years of the Telescope at 9 p.m. Friday journeys from Galileo’s discoveries in 1609, to today’s quests to discover new worlds in the infinite universe with visits to the world’s leading astronomers and observatories.
Nigerian bandleader/political activist Femi Kuti brings his multi-layered, socially conscious Afrobeat to Austin City Limits at 7 p.m. Saturday.