SPY is the story of Tim, a single father trying to win back the respect and affections of his horribly precocious nine-year-old son, Marcus. In the hope of proving that he is not a complete loser, Tim quits his dead-end job but his life changes forever when he is accidentally recruited as a trainee spy [...]
Jeremy Piven (“Entourage”) returns as a wheeling-dealing American who shows early 1900s Londoners how to shop. Based on the life of colorful retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge, also stars Frances O’Connor (“Madame Bovary”), Aisling Loftus (“Page Eight”), Zoe Tapper (“Zen”), Amanda Abbington (“Case Histories”), and Samuel West (“Any Human Heart”). Who knew shopping could be [...]
The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own.
How do dogs, sharks, dolphins, or birds experience the world? Airing April 16, 2014 at 9 pm on PBS
We observe the work of local photographers Leon and Rosie Hughes as they reveal the day-to-day life and special events chronicled in Wichita’s African American community during the 50s, 60s and 70s; then we look at various events in Topeka, which reflect a theme connected to the "Day of the Dead"; after that we meet Joseph Nadeau, the artistic director of the Heartland Men’s Chorus in Kansas City.
Hailing from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Jason Isbell is creating a sound that expands on his roots and cuts close to the bone. But they also speak of “moving forward” and of the possibility of redemption. Meet Jason at a rollicking high point of his remarkable career.