The good father returns to solve more murder mysteries in the latest season of the hit Brit series, which premieres in markets across the US on public TV stations.
Dame Penelope Keith returns for another delightful program, in which she takes viewers behind the closed doors of Queen Elizabeth’s royal residences across the UK.
“She sees dead people” could be the tagline for the Britcom Marley’s Ghosts, which will begin premiering on public TV stations one week from today.
Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective in the world, inspired more than fans donning deerstalker caps, Inverness capes, and Calabash pipes. Find out why a NASA scientist counts him as an influence, too, in this intriguing Canadian documentary.
Public television stations from the East Coast to the West are where the fourth season of A Place to Call Home, one of Australia’s most addictive dramas ever, has its broadcast debut.
Princes Philip, Charles, William, and Harry are making the House of Windsor and the British royal family one of the world’s best-known brands through their charity work.
Beatrix Potter with Patricia Routledge, a delightful documentary that celebrates the life of the beloved children’s author, begins airing on public TV stations next month.
June used to be the start of summer rerun season, but these days it’s another month of British TV premieres, from returning favorites to brand new series.
Prince Philip went from being a Greek Royal to a British Royal. Yet all was not glamorous. His life was fraught with traumas and dramas that nearly cost him his marriage to the Queen.
For comedy gold, look no further than to Detectorists, the BAFTA Award-winning series that returns next month to the States, nationally and locally, with its second series.
The 24th of March 2016 marks the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, and the landmark documentary, 1916: The Irish Rebellion, recounts the details of this history-making and history-changing event.