Highlights April 24 to 30

Nature at 7 p.m. Sunday presents the returning saga of Cloud, the wild, white stallion that finds us back in the Arrowhead Mountains of Montana in “Cloud: Challenge Of The Stallions”.

The saga continues at 165 Eaton Place with new characters in a three-part sequel to the much-loved Masterpiece Classic series “Upstairs Downstairs” from the 1970s at 8 p.m. Sunday. Did you miss part one or two? Watch it now at klru.org before part three airs on Sunday.

An exploration of the dramatic event that launched a worldwide rights movement, American Experience: Stonewall Uprising at 8 p.m. Monday revisits a time when homosexual acts were illegal throughout America, and homosexuality itself was seen as a form of mental illness.

Often called the “Greenwich Village of Houston”, Montrose, Texas at 9:30 p.m. Monday tells the story of one of the most colorful and legendary neighborhoods in Texas.

Narrated by Richard Gere, Teenage Witness: The Fanya Gottesfeld Heller Story at 10 p.m. Monday presents a raw and emotional look at survival and the tenacity of the human spirit through the eyes of a 15 year-old Holocaust survivor.

Black In Latin America at 7 p.m. Tuesday explores how the culture, religion, politics and music of Cuba are inextricably linked to the huge amount of slave labor imported to produce its enormously profitable 19th century sugar industry, and how race and racism have fared since Fidel Castro’s Communist revolution in 1959.

Frontline at 8 p.m. Tuesday investigates the severe shortage of competent forensic pathologists to do autopsies, resulting in a crisis in death investigation in America.

Independent Lens at 9 p.m. presents the story of a left brain-damaged and traumatized man who devises his own brand of therapy to embark on a long journey back into the real world, both physically and emotionally, in “Marwelcol”.

Secrets Of The Dead: Escape From Auschwitz at 7 p.m. Wednesday tells the story of two young Slovak Jews who managed to escape by hiding in a woodpile for three days, then fleeing across enemy territory, determined to tell the world about the atrocities being committed by the Nazis at the camp.

Nova at 8 p.m. Wednesday documents the dramatic return of plant and animal life to the barren landscape of Mount St. Helens and pioneering a new understanding of the interaction between geologic forces and the life surrounding the mountain after its eruption in 1980.

Saving The Bay at 9 p.m. Wednesday follows San Francisco’s “rapid monstrous maturity” into a major metropolis following the California Gold Rush.

Kentucky’s indie rock heroes My Morning Jacket return to the Austin City Limits stage at 10 p.m. Wednesday and 9 p.m. Friday to showcase their latest acclaimed album “Evil Urges“.

Gail Collins talks about her column for The New York Times on Overheard with Evan Smith at 7 p.m. Thursday and 8:30 p.m. Friday.

Emerging artists take the spotlight as part of AMOA’s exhibition “New Art In  Austin: 15 to Watch.” Arts In Context at 7:30 p.m. Thrusday features the artist in this exhibit that are stretching the bonundaries of contemporary art.

Chet Garner Chet travels to Fredericksburg,  the land of German food, wineries, boutique shopping, and rock climbing, on The Daytripper at 8:30 p.m. Thursday,

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne and his band, the Pariah Dogs, perform hits from their latest album, God Willin’ & The Creek Don’t Rise, at the historic Don Strange Ranch in Boerne, Texas on Live From The Artist’s Den at 9 p.m. Thursday.

Preview the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s garden tour, including a visit to a rocky hillside makeover on Central Texas Gardener at noon Saturday.

Austin rocker Alejandro Escovedo delivers tracks from his most recent LP Street Songs of Love on Austin City Limits at 7 p.m. Saturday, followed by Trombone Shorty’s unique fusion of New Orleans-based jazz and funk rock.