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  • The Coroner
    Napoleon’s Violin
    (Thursday 8 p.m.)

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    The Coroner
    Napoleon’s Violin
    (Thursday 8 p.m.)

    When an aristocratic, elderly gentleman is stabbed to death behind a locked door, his family claim they were all together at the time of the murder. But local gossip and Jane’s careful questioning begin to show cracks in the family’s story.

  • Death in Paradise
    Season 6, episode 1
    (Thursday 9 p.m.)

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    The Coroner
    Napoleon’s Violin
    (Thursday 8 p.m.)

    Season 6 premiere. The death of a scientist on the side of a live volcano proves a difficult case to crack for Humphrey and his team when everything appears to point to a death from natural causes.

  • Dudu Fisher in Jerusalem
    (Friday 9 p.m.)

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    Dudu Fisher in Jerusalem
    (Friday 9 p.m.)

    Take a musical tour of Jerusalem’s most iconic songs and sites starring world-renowned singer David “Dudu” Fisher and featuring a blend of Broadway show tunes, traditional Jewish folk songs, and emotional renditions of classic songs.


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  • A Place to Call Home
    Sins of the Father
    (Saturday 9 p.m.)

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    A Place to Call Home
    Sins of the Father
    (Saturday 9 p.m.)

    On the anniversary of Lewis Bligh’s death, George reflects on the troubled relationship he had with his father. After accidentally attacking Sarah, Rene decides to undergo brain surgery, but Sarah refuses to sign the consent form.

  • The Changing Face of the Queen
    (Sunday 7 p.m.)

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    The Changing Face of the Queen
    (Sunday 7 p.m.)

    Whether clad in tweed or the crown jewels, Queen Elizabeth II is instantly recognizable as one of the most iconic women in the world. Explore the story of the royal family – and modern Great Britain itself – through the evolution of the Queen’s royal image and wardrobe over the course of her life.

  • To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters on Masterpiece
    (Sunday 8 p.m.)

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    To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters on Masterpiece
    (Sunday 8 p.m.)

    In the 1840s, the world’s most notorious authors were three Yorkshire ladies who wrote under male pseudonyms. Follow the remarkable lives of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte, who penned masterpieces while caring for their widowed father and dissipated brother.



Public Affairs Programming on Arizona PBS HD


BBC UK
Cronkite News
Arizona Horizon
PBS NewsHour

Arizona PBS Channels

Arizona PBS HD

Arizona PBS high-definition and widescreen programs

Watch it on:
8.1 with antenna
Cox 1008
CenturyLink Prism 1008

Arizona PBS Life

Get more out of Life — cooking, travel, home improvement and more

Watch it on:
8.2 with antenna
Cox 80
CenturyLink Prism 9

Arizona PBS World

Public affairs, opinions and newsmakers, political commentary

Watch it on:
8.3 with antenna
Cox 88
CenturyLink Prism 7

Arizona PBS KIDS

A 24/7 channel featuring PBS KIDS programs

Watch it on:
8.4 with antenna
Cox 81
CenturyLink Prism (channel TBA)

Classical Arizona PBS

Simulcast of 89.5 FM KBAQ in 5.1 channels of surround sound, including recordings produced by Central Sound at Arizona PBS

Watch it on:
8.5 with antenna