In three back-to-back episodes of Crimson Field Sunday at 7 pm, Joan finds herself in trouble as soldiers return home. Meanwhile, the return of an old patient calls everyone’s loyalties into question. Later, a series of events draw Joan into danger, risking her job and maybe her life. Joan’s actions have her facing a lifetime in prison, and Kitty’s wracked with guilt.
On Monday at 9 pm, follow the story of Pam White, 61, after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. POV “The Genius of Marian” tells a complex story of White and her family as they struggle to come to terms of the disease.
Next at 10:30 pm Monday, follow Sharon Marroquin, am Award-winning dancer and choreographer, who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Arts In Context “Hold My Hand,” shows Marroquin’s use of art as an expression of her personal struggle and her relation between the choreographer and the dancer.
On Tuesday, don’t miss as genealogists travel to iconic Faneuil Hall to explore the mysteries related to the Salem Witch Trials, orphan trains, the Great Boston Fire of 1872 and the small pox epidemic. And later, the genealogist research a link to the founders of Boston. Watch at 7 pm on Genealogy Roadshow.
Following at 8 pm Tuesday, The Draft tells the story of how one controversial issue continues to define a nation. This episode features interviews with people who fought the draft, supported it and lived through its realities.
On Frontline at 9 pm Tuesday, follow the inside politics of America’s gun debate. Join veteran filmmaker Michael Kirk as he investigates the NRA, its political evolution and influence and how it has consistently succeeded in defeating new gun control legislation. Watch at 9 pm.
On this special of Eyes On The Prize: Then And Now at 10 pm Tuesday, re-examine the groundbreaking series from the filmmakers’ perspective and the viewpoint of civil rights activists. At 10 pm, explore how far we’ve come, how far we have to go, the meaning of the ongoing struggle and next steps towards equality.
At 10:30 pm Tuesday, join volunteer retirees from Georgetown, Texas as they collect cookies, brownies and doughnuts from local stores, and baked goods made by people in the community to distribute at Fort Hood Army base. In Operation Appreciation, the viewers will also hear from the troops that receive the treats, and find out how the kindness of strangers affects them.
Join scientists, animal behaviorists and other experts on June 15 as they travel to Monterey Bay, California on an episode of Best of Big Blue Live. Tune in at 7 pm Wednesday to view its once endangered, now thriving, ecosystem, where nature’s most charismatic marine creatures gather to feed on an abundance of food.
In exclusive coverage, follow a camera crew and a team of US geologists as they first enter Haiti in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 epic earthquake. On NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes at 8 pm Wednesday, it is a race against time as they hunt for crucial evidence that will help them determine exactly what happened deep underground and what the risks are of a new killer quake. Tune in at 8 pm.
Around the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua, life has struggled for thousands of years to re-emerge from the ashes. On Life on Fire Phoenix Temple at 9 pm Wednesday discover how in this harsh environment, nature struggles to conquer ash and lava before the next eruption erases its efforts … and the phoenix must rise again.
Next at 10 pm, don’t miss an encore episode of Austin City Limits with the Avett Brothers and Nickel Creek. Catch this episode again on Wednesday at 9 pm.
On Thursday, Tom Hayden sits down on Overheard with Evan Smith at 7 pm. Hayden, an anti-war activist and author, is best know for speaking out on the Vietnam War and served 18 years on the California legislature. Today, he is a member of the editorial board and a columnist at The Nation and is Director of the Peace and Justice Resource Center in Culver City, California.
After his mentally ill mother is released from prison, Arvind, a 16-year-old boy in Austin, Texas writes and produces a play from his mother’s perspective. When his relationship with the actress who plays his mother on stage deepens, he changes his perception of who he thought his father was and the preconceptions of who he thought his mother was. Watch at 7:30 pm.
At 8 pm Thursday on Juneteenth Jamboree learn how history can connect communities and families in a celebration of Texas’ African American heritage.
Join Chet on The Daytripper at 8:30 pm Thursday as he travels to Corpus Christi, Texas to tour an aircraft carrier, walk around Columbus’s ships and learn about Texas’s one-of-a-kind surfing culture.
On this highly anticipated show, George Michael: Live In London, don’t miss Michael perform his hit tracks “Father Figure,” “Faith,” “Amazing,” and “Freedom 90.” Watch on Friday at 8 pm.
Friday at 10 pm, rock out with U.K. rockers alt-J performed an intense, moody set at Los Angeles’s Hollywood American Legion for an episode of Live from the Artist Den. The group offered up 18 songs to a crowd of 550 invited guests, veering between its eclectic new album, This Is All Yours, and its 2012 debut, An Awesome Wave.
On Saturday at noon, dial up your pictures for good shots and polishing effects on an episode of Central Texas Gardener.
Austin City Limits welcomes Australian rock group Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to stage has they perform hits across their 30-year career. Tune in at 7 pm Saturday.