KCET Primetime Highlights

Today's Must See
February 2016 Highlights
Please be advised that the following schedule does sometimes change over the course of the month.
February 1 - Monday
8:00PM
The team investigates the death of a suspected terrorist after his daughter receives an anonymous note saying the Metropolitan Police killed him off.
9:02PM
Martin's therapist, Dr. Timoney, suggests that Martin and Louisa should have therapy as a couple.
10:04PM
The murder of a local gigolo brings DI Goodman and his team into contact with Saint-Marie's elite.
February 2 - Tuesday
8:00PM
The season seven premiere of Artbound profiles five emerging artists whose work explores the intersection of race, class, identity, and aesthetics.
9:00PM
In this episode, Lost L.A. explores the complicated relationship between the city and its natural environment.
9:30PM
Coyotes have proven themselves extremely adaptable to urban life. Some communities say they are "too adaptable." They want coyotes controlled and even killed to protect their young children and pets. Others believe we can co-exist.
10:00PM
Brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei -- the force behind punkish rock band The Bots -- perform a high amplitude set on 'Studio A.'
10:30PM
This episode includes music from Kuwaiti musician Zahed Soltan, South African rapper Okmalumkoolkat, Chilean dance musician Matias Aguayo, Costa Rican pop band Patterns, Japanese pop group peaceFIRE, and Spanish indie band Super.
February 3 - Wednesday
8:00PM
Get an inside look into L.A.'s Black Lives Matter movement, which demands greater accountability from police and seeks to change society's attitudes toward police shootings in the black community.
8:30PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" explores the various ways Southern California's inhabitants have used the hills around Dodger Stadium.
9:00PM
In "My Brother The Terrorist," filmmaker Robb Leech attempts to discover what changed his stepbrother Rich from a radical convert to a dangerous convicted terrorist.
10:00PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" explores the various ways Southern California's inhabitants have used the hills around Dodger Stadium.
10:30PM
Get an inside look into L.A.'s Black Lives Matter movement, which demands greater accountability from police and seeks to change society's attitudes toward police shootings in the black community.
February 4 - Thursday
8:02PM
Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session and are surprised when they are given homework.
9:05PM
DI Goodman and his team get a taste of the jet-setting life of airline pilots and cabin crew when a stewardess is discovered poisoned in her hotel bedroom.
10:02PM
Richard talks to a celebrity wedding planner at the Hotel Bel-Air who organized nuptials for stars like Katy Perry and Gwen Stefani, and chats with KISS bassist Gene Simmons.
February 5 - Friday
8:00PM
Get an inside look into L.A.'s Black Lives Matter movement, which demands greater accountability from police and seeks to change society's attitudes toward police shootings in the black community.
8:30PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" explores the various ways Southern California's inhabitants have used the hills around Dodger Stadium.
9:00PM
Interviews and footage reveal the story of the space race from the other side of the Iron Curtain.
10:34PM
Get an inside look into L.A.'s Black Lives Matter movement, which demands greater accountability from police and seeks to change society's attitudes toward police shootings in the black community.
February 6 - Saturday
8:00PM
Richard Pryor hosts performances by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, The Jackson 5, and more artists.
10:00PM
Guitar Hero Joe Bonamassa celebrates the music of blues legends Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf.
February 7 - Sunday
8:00PM
Father Brown fears that Susie's life may be in danger after she unexpectedly leaves the group with Church of Apollo members.
9:00PM
The case gets all the more complicated when a second mass murder occurs, with no obvious signs of a break-in, no escape route and a total lack of forensic evidence at the scene.
10:00PM
Following an armed robbery, Gently seeks to find the armed gang and bring them to justice.
February 8 - Monday
8:00PM
After an 80-year-old woman suffering from dementia walks into a South London police station to report a murder, the team soon finds itself investigating the disappearance of a police officer.
9:02PM
Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session and are surprised when they are given homework.
10:02PM
DI Goodman and his team get a taste of the jet-setting life of airline pilots and cabin crew when a stewardess is discovered poisoned in her hotel bedroom.
February 9 - Tuesday
8:00PM
What happens when collecting becomes more than just a hobby? A new series of short documentaries profiles collectors who have obsessively focused on a narrow slice of Southern California history.
9:00PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" explores the various ways Southern California's inhabitants have used the hills around Dodger Stadium.
9:30PM
Get an inside look into L.A.'s Black Lives Matter movement, which demands greater accountability from police and seeks to change society's attitudes toward police shootings in the black community.
10:00PM
Moses Sumney pairs deft guitar with lithe falsetto in his soulful, folksy performance on 'Studio A.'
10:30PM
This episode includes music from Kuwaiti musician Zahed Soltan, South African rapper Okmalumkoolkat, Chilean dance musician Matias Aguayo, Costa Rican pop band Patterns, Japanese pop group peaceFIRE, and Spanish indie band Super.
February 10 - Wednesday
8:00PM
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous.
8:30PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" examines how the modern metropolis has reshaped its own topography. The program explores downtown L.A.'s lost hills and tunnels, as well as the vanished canals of Venice Beach.
9:00PM
In production for more than four years, "Building the Dream" offers unique insight into the challenges faced -- and overcome -- in the twenty-seven year effort to create a national memorial to Martin Luther King, Jr.
10:00PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" examines how the modern metropolis has reshaped its own topography. The program explores downtown L.A.'s lost hills and tunnels, as well as the vanished canals of Venice Beach.
10:30PM
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous.
February 11 - Thursday
8:02PM
After being followed around by Buddy, Martin manages to offload the dog to a local vet.
9:00PM
DI Goodman and his team are drawn into the world of politics when Saint-Marie's scandalized commerce minister is discovered dead.
10:00PM
Richard discovers a secret stairway used by one of Tinseltown's most infamous Lotharios while vising the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
February 12 - Friday
8:00PM
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous.
8:30PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" examines how the modern metropolis has reshaped its own topography. The program explores downtown L.A.'s lost hills and tunnels, as well as the vanished canals of Venice Beach.
9:00PM
What happens when collecting becomes more than just a hobby? A new series of short documentaries profiles collectors who have obsessively focused on a narrow slice of Southern California history.
10:00PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" examines how the modern metropolis has reshaped its own topography. The program explores downtown L.A.'s lost hills and tunnels, as well as the vanished canals of Venice Beach.
10:30PM
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous.
February 13 - Saturday
8:00PM
A documentary on Endeavour's 68-hour transport through the streets of Los Angeles and Inglewood.
9:00PM
The exciting, young international crossover pop crooner performs great songs in Lincoln Center.
10:00PM
'Echoes of Creation' (a companion film to 'Sacred Earth') takes you on a profound journey through the pristine wilderness of Alaska, ancient sequoias of California, and lush Pacific Northwest.
February 14 - Sunday
8:00PM
Sister Mary Magdalene is poisoned minutes before taking her final vows to become a nun.
9:00PM
Chandler and the team attend the christening of Miles' daughter, but soon find themselves dealing with a murder case when a fox is seen running through Whitechapel with a human arm in its mouth.
10:00PM
When a man and a woman claiming to be social workers come to Katy Heath's house and tell her that they need to take away her son Kyle, Katy complies. But when they fail to return her son and are unknown by social services, DCI Alan Banks is quickly drawn into a full-scale search for the missing boy.
February 15 - Monday
8:00PM
Sasha is forced to work alongside her ex-husband again when the body of film critic Oliver Houghton is found in the River Thames.
9:02PM
After being followed around by Buddy, Martin manages to offload the dog to a local vet.
10:00PM
DI Goodman and his team are drawn into the world of politics when Saint-Marie's scandalized commerce minister is discovered dead.
February 16 - Tuesday
9:00PM
In this episode, "Lost LA" examines how the modern metropolis has reshaped its own topography. The program explores downtown L.A.'s lost hills and tunnels, as well as the vanished canals of Venice Beach.
9:30PM
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous.
10:00PM
Moses Sumney pairs deft guitar with lithe falsetto in his soulful, folksy performance on 'Studio A.'
10:30PM
This episode includes music from the UK's Sons of Kemet, Mali's Inna Modja, Mauritius/UK artist Mo Kolours, South Africa's Umlilo, Puerto Rico's ÌFÉ, and Portugal/South Africa/USA artist Branko ft. Nonku Phiri and Mr. Carmack.
February 17 - Wednesday
8:00PM
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. A young boy with cancer discovers his love of photography. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house.
8:30PM
'Earth Focus' examines endocrine disruptors -- ubiquitous chemicals that at extremely low doses affect development, metabolism, and fertility.
9:00PM
The documentary highlights the importance of the rule of law by profiling attorney Beatrice Mtetwa's work as a human rights lawyer in Zimbabwe.
10:00PM
'Earth Focus' examines endocrine disruptors -- ubiquitous chemicals that at extremely low doses affect development, metabolism, and fertility.
10:30PM
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. A young boy with cancer discovers his love of photography. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house.
February 18 - Thursday
8:00PM
Martin and Louisa are not having success with therapy. Dr. Timoney advises them to plan a date.
9:00PM
When a bird-watcher is murdered in the Saint-Marie jungle, the team realizes that the traditionally quiet world of bird-watching is more cut-throat than it appears.
10:00PM
The beautiful Ashford Castle, the Belfast Europa and the Clarence Hotel in Dublin are visited.
February 19 - Friday
8:00PM
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. A young boy with cancer discovers his love of photography. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house.
8:30PM
'Earth Focus' examines endocrine disruptors -- ubiquitous chemicals that at extremely low doses affect development, metabolism, and fertility.
9:00PM
Academics and historians aim to recover the lost history of the Amistad insurrection in 1839.
10:00PM
When rock star Stewart Copeland wants to relax, he gathers his buddies and takes to the bike path in Santa Monica. But when it comes to upper body exercise, he dances to the beat of his own drum.
10:30PM
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. A young boy with cancer discovers his love of photography. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house.
February 20 - Saturday
8:00PM
Celtic Thunder perform the best of their powerful and much loved ensemble numbers.
10:00PM
The exciting, young international crossover pop crooner performs great songs in Lincoln Center.
February 21 - Sunday
8:00PM
Father Brown joins the search when a girl who's believed to be radioactive goes missing overnight.
9:00PM
Another torso is washed up from the Thames, this time at Putney Bridge, and Llewellyn finds traces of Spanish Fly, an aphrodisiac used by the infamous Marquis de Sade.
10:00PM
Following the death of a journalist, Banks and his team discover connections to a suspicious death in 1980s involving the surviving members of a pop band.
February 22 - Monday
8:00PM
When a Roman sword is discovered with traces of blood on it, the DNA is linked to an unidentified, headless corpse found near Heathrow in March 2008.
9:02PM
Martin and Louisa are not having success with therapy. Dr. Timoney advises them to plan a date.
10:00PM
When a bird-watcher is murdered in the Saint-Marie jungle, the team realizes that the traditionally quiet world of bird-watching is more cut-throat than it appears.
February 23 - Tuesday
8:00PM
Artbound explores art created amidst social upheaval, including the life and work of Noah Purifoy, whose practice was radically transformed by the Watts riots.
9:00PM
Twice a year the streets of Pasadena, California come alive as tens of thousands enjoy a free evening of art, music and entertainment at ArtNight, a celebration that can only be enjoyed on foot.
9:30PM
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. A young boy with cancer discovers his love of photography. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house.
10:00PM
Led by soulful vocalist Syd tha Kyd, R&B sensations The Internet serve up jazzy funk to KCET's 'Studio A.'
10:30PM
This episode includes music from the UK's Sons of Kemet, Mali's Inna Modja, Mauritius/UK artist Mo Kolours, South Africa's Umlilo, Puerto Rico's ÌFÉ, and Portugal/South Africa/USA artist Branko ft. Nonku Phiri and Mr. Carmack.
February 24 - Wednesday
9:00PM
"Born This Way" is a portrait of the underground gay and lesbian community in Cameroon.
10:00PM
In this episode, Cambodia's indigenous Chong people protest the construction of a hydroelectric dam.
February 25 - Thursday
8:00PM
Dr. Timoney questions Martin and Louisa's ultimate compatibility. Martin has new neighbors.
9:00PM
DI Goodman and the team find themselves locked in a house with a killer. Can they solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again?
10:00PM
The season concludes on the glamorous French Riviera, where ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard shows Richard the art of fine dining at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco.
February 26 - Friday
8:30PM
In this episode, Cambodia's indigenous Chong people protest the construction of a hydroelectric dam.
9:00PM
"An Evening With Sheila Johnson" explores the life and career of one of the nation's most successful businesswomen.
10:00PM
Twice a year the streets of Pasadena, California come alive as tens of thousands enjoy a free evening of art, music and entertainment at ArtNight, a celebration that can only be enjoyed on foot.
February 27 - Saturday
8:00PM
9:00PM
10:00PM
February 28 - Sunday
8:00PM
After a murder at a charity treasure hunt, general suspicion falls upon a bereaved man who wants revenge, but Father Brown is determined to prove his innocence.
9:00PM
A dangerous patient and former Whitechapel resident escapes from a psychiatric unit around the same time that a babysitter is murdered.
10:00PM
DI Morton is the subject of an internal investigation when a routine operation to recover a firearm goes badly wrong.
February 29 - Monday
8:00PM
UCOS want to talk to a Turkish girl who is found working illegally in Dalston, regarding a unsolved murder from 2009.
9:02PM
Dr. Timoney questions Martin and Louisa's ultimate compatibility. Martin has new neighbors.
10:00PM
DI Goodman and the team find themselves locked in a house with a killer. Can they solve the mystery before the murderer strikes again?