Highlights September 15 to 21

KLRU Highlights

Last Tango in Halifax Sunday at 7 pm continues to follow Celia and Alan, the lovers reunited after 60 years though their daughters aren’t so keen on the new relationship.

Foyle’s War Series VII Sunday at 8 pm comes back to 1946-47 when Foyle and his loyal friend Sam find themselves adjusting to a new era of secrets, intelligence and security as their worlds shift into those of MI5.

POV takes you into two conflicting worlds in India on Monday at 9 pm as you follow a hopeful beauty pageant winner and a militant leader of a fundamentalist group. These divergent realities create a portrait of the world’s largest democracy.

Survey the Latino history and people from 1565-1880 on Latino Americans airing Tuesday at 7 pm. The several part series covers the history, struggles, and successes of the Latino people.

Examine the rise and rapid fall of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood with Frontline Tuesday at 9 pm. How did the Brotherhood lose control? Could the U.S. have done anything to alter the course of events in Egypt? Follow the Islamist movement as it plots its next move.

On Story on Tuesday at 10 pm combines screenwriters from past successful romantic movies to contemplate the important balance of relationship, conflict and originality when creating romantic comedies.  Immediately after at 10:30, another On Story premieres with an interview of Brian Helgeland.

Go on an European adventure and see Venice, Dover, Edinburgh Rome, the Loire Valley, Holland and Hungary all through the vantage point of birds on Earthflight Wednesday at 7 pm.

NOVA investigates modern cruise ships and the safety of these sea behemoths that have double in size over the last 10 years on Wednesday at 8 pm.

The series, Brain On Trail with Alan Alda, continues Wednesday at 9 pm with a look into how young brains are more likely to make foolish choices and an in depth study of a judge’s brain.

End your Wednesday at 10 pm with The Black Keys and Sonic Youth on Austin City Limits. Sonic Youth showcases the avant-garde rock of its latest album The Eternal, while the Black Keys highlights the classic blues rock of its recent record Brothers.

Tony Hale is the guest on Overheard with Evan Smith on Thursday 7 pm. Best known for playing Buster Bluth on Arrested Development, Hale was recently nominated for an Emmy for playing Gary Walsh on “Veep”.

Arts in Context Thursday at 7:30 pm features Peligrosa, a collective of DJs, producers, and visual artists re-energizing the sights and sounds of Latin America.

Chet heads to Nacogdoches, the “oldest town in Texas”, to learn its history, go zip lining in the piney woods, and eat at a historic hotel on the Daytripper Thursday 8:30 pm.

Great Performances on Friday at 9 pm presents The Hollow Crown: Richard II. Featuring Patrick Stewart and David Morrissey, this adapted play from William Shakespeare comes alive with modern touches.

Get to know your butterflies from larval to adult stages and where they go in between seasons on Central Texas Gardener Saturday afternoon at noon and 4 pm.

Austin City Limits Satruday at 7 pm presents modern blues and soul with Gary Clark, Jr. and Alabama Shakes. Austin guitarist Clark showcases his major label debut, while Alabama’s Shakes spotlight their critically acclaimed Boys & Girls.