At Sarah's insistence, George, Olivia and Sarah visit James, determined to assess the truth of his treatment.
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Father Brown is unconvinced when a recently returned prisoner of war is suspected of the killing of his tyrannical uncle. And it seems that someone will stop at nothing to keep the priest from the truth.
Buckingham Palace may be just about the most famous building in the world, but its story is much less familiar. Fiona Bruce reveals how England's most spectacular palace emerged from a swampy backwater in just 300 years. [Photo: http://bit.ly/2fD26mo]
DCI Banks struggles to cope with the sudden death of his mother, as he investigates the murder of a young Estonian woman. As they piece together her prior movements, the team uncover a world of prostitution and drugs hidden behind a respectable veneer.
We discover how the Ganges brings life from the cold peaks of the Himalayas to their lush foothills, and how the river has shaped Indian culture and religion. [Photo: http://bit.ly/2fD4kCb]
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A series of short stories by Elam Stoltzfus
WUSF Public Media is proud to announce that the Mosaic Co. has underwritten a new series of 90-second videos by award-winning filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus featuring short stories on the environmental beauty of Florida. The short videos will air on WUSF TV throughout the year.
A Look Ahead
The quintessence of charming England is the "West Country": quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs.
As a new year dawns, Sarah and George continue to grow closer, with George determined to put any residual issues about Sarah's past behind him.
Martin manages to offend the local vicar who is due to conduct Martin and Louisa's wedding ceremony by suggesting he has a drinking problem.
When the body of a university student is found dumped in a ravine, his friends claim he was a model undergraduate. But detectives Annie and Ken soon discover that he had a double life manufacturing ecstasy.
In honor of Sir David Attenborough's 60th anniversary on television, this three-part miniseries focuses on three fields that David Attenborough feels have been transformed most profoundly: filmmaking, science and the environment. [Photo:http://bit.ly/2eFXNKh]
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