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Live from Lincoln Center – Stars in Concert
Fridays at 9:00pm
Celebrate performances by the world’s distinguished artists on Lincoln Center’s legendary stages, showcasing the finest in music, theater and dance.
April 20 –Sutton Foster in Concert
Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster brings her irresistible talent and effusive charm to the intimate Appel Room for a special night with a special guest, two-time Tony nominee Jonathan Groff (Hamilton, Spring Awakening, Glee).
April 27 –Leslie Odom Jr. in Concert
Winner of the 2016 Tony for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his legendary performance as Aaron Burr in Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr., a jazz vocalist with an actor’s ear for a lyric, brings his remarkable talent to this intimate performance.
NOVA: Decoding the Weather Machine
Wednesday, April 18 at 8:00pm
Join scientists on a quest to better understand the weather and climate machine we call Earth. Why do scientists overwhelmingly agree that our climate is changing, and how can we be resilient—even thrive—in the face of enormous change?
NOVA explores the science behind the headlines. With compelling stories and spectacular visuals, NOVA programs demystify science and technology for viewers of all ages and spotlight people involved in scientific pursuits.
Wednesdays beginning April 25 at 9:00pm
This new series reports from the frontiers of science. With its emphasis on provocative and unanswered questions, NOVA WONDERS follows researchers on the winding paths of uncertainty and the unknown — and from the mysteries of astrophysics to the technologies that could rival or surpass the abilities of the human mind. NOVA WONDERS reveals how far we’ve come in our search for answers, how we managed to get here and the remarkable scientists who are transforming our world and the future.
The series premieres with “What Are Animals Saying.”
A Place to Call Home, Season 3
Thursdays at 10:00pm
Brimming with passion, romance, and intrigue, this Australian drama explores the ties that hold families together – and the betrayals that can tear them apart. In season three, the residents of Inverness find themselves facing both internal and external threats to their way of life, and previous relationships are tested as secrets are revealed.
April 5 – Somewhere Beyond the Sea
Sarah goes to Sydney under the pretense of visiting her sick aunt, while Jack keeps an eye on Rene. Now living in the city, Mrs. Bligh joins a charity group. Back at Ash Park, an artist friend of Carolyn's arrives to paint Olivia's portrait, and Regina organizes a card party to help George's political aspirations.
April 12 – Too Old to Dream
Sarah decides not to go through with an abortion, but meets a desperate young woman and her mother at the clinic. After a debate about art, Sir Richard challenges Carolyn to write a critique for one of his newspapers. Olivia dreams about her encounter with Lloyd.
April 19 – Living in the Shadow
Rene remains cold to Sarah following the revelation that she's carrying George's baby. After one of Regina's threats goes too far, she retreats to the farmhouse, but still proves dangerous. Anna confides in Olivia about her unhappiness, accidentally disclosing the contents of Andrew's letter.
April 26 – In the Heat of the Night
Sarah has taken ill and fears for the life of her baby. George overhears the hospital gossip and wonders if the baby could be his. Olivia continues her tryst with Lloyd, while James learns more about Dr. Fox. In Sydney, Douglas visits Elizabeth and puts his heart on the line, declaring his feelings for her.
P.O.V.: Bill Nye The Science Guy
Wednesday, April 18 at 10:00pm
Follow Bill Nye, once the host of the popular kids show, as he seeks to change the world through science. He’s shedding the “Science Guy” costume with the goal of creating a more scientifically literate world.
The award-winning POV (a cinema term for “point of view”) series is the longest-running showcase on television to feature the work of America's best contemporary-issue independent filmmakers.