KCET Primetime Highlights

Today's Must See
March 2015 Highlights
Please be advised that the following schedule does sometimes change over the course of the month.
March 1 - Sunday
8:00PM
Sister Mary Magdalene is poisoned minutes before taking her final vows to become a nun.
9:00PM
A murder at a remote cottage takes Vera Stanhope back to a place full of childhood memories.
10:31PM
Rachel's moment of indiscretion threatens to come back to haunt her when a confused Sean takes a phone call from her one-night stand.
March 2 - Monday
8:00PM
Feathers are ruffled when recently retired police officer Dan Griffin joins UCOS, replacing Brian.
9:00PM
Troubled saleswoman Helen, whose mother was murdered back in episode one, turns up on Janet's doorstep with information that takes the investigation in a completely different direction.
10:00PM
Birgitte negotiates her first finance bill into place after only a few short months as prime minister. But several members of parliament withdraw their support before the final ratification.
March 3 - Tuesday
8:29PM
These performances bring the Southern California Sheet Music Collection to life and offer a singular portrait of Los Angeles history and culture.
9:03PM
From Latin alternative rock to politically-charged hip-hop, Ceci Bastida's rhythmic sound travels across genres.
9:33PM
Take a musical voyage with videos from Cambodian-U.S. group Dengue Fever, Norwegian metal band Motorpsycho, and Portuguese guitarists Les Enfants Terribles.
10:00PM
We hike the Pacific Crest Trail with actress Reese Witherspoon before travelling by foot across Copenhagen and walking on the Metro Trail in D.C.
10:30PM
This episode explores how farming can provide both employment and therapeutic recovery for America's combat veterans.
March 4 - Wednesday
8:00PM
The use of antipsychotic drugs on the elderly has sparked a series of lawsuits and criticism from reform groups and advocates fighting for better regulation and enforcement.
8:30PM
'Earth Focus' showcases films documenting watershed restoration efforts.
9:00PM
In a world where frontlines no longer exist, America's female patriots confront the horrors of war like never before.
10:00PM
America's female patriots pay the price of freedom as they shatter the brass ceiling one valiant deed at a time.
March 5 - Thursday
8:00PM
Louisa decides to leave Martin, once and for all, and head to Spain with baby James.
8:48PM
Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman and his team are perplexed by the seemingly random killing of a stand-in on a film set.
9:43PM
Martin sees "the greatest thing his little eyes have ever witnessed" as he sets to work on a golf course.
10:07PM
Tim is in the midst of a custody battle when he's accidentally recruited as a trainee spy for MI5.
10:30PM
Host Dave Yetman hops on a train to head to the indigenous city of Huancayo, high on the Altiplano of the Andes and as different from Lima as any two cities in the world.
March 6 - Friday
8:00PM
The use of antipsychotic drugs on the elderly has sparked a series of lawsuits and criticism from reform groups and advocates fighting for better regulation and enforcement.
8:30PM
Host James Doti interviews Nobel Peace Prize-winning Holocaust survivor and acclaimed author Elie Wiesel.
9:00PM
From Latin alternative rock to politically-charged hip-hop, Ceci Bastida's rhythmic sound travels across genres.
9:30PM
Take a musical voyage with videos from Cambodian-U.S. group Dengue Fever, Norwegian metal band Motorpsycho, and Portuguese guitarists Les Enfants Terribles.
10:00PM
Amjad joins a gym whose members believe he belongs to an elite army unit that also trains there.
10:30PM
Amjad is hired to help market a product that's considered too "Arab" and inadvertently inspires his neighbor Timna to open an art gallery.
March 7 - Saturday
8:00PM
Louisa decides to leave Martin, once and for all, and head to Spain with baby James.
9:00PM
Sister Mary Magdalene is poisoned minutes before taking her final vows to become a nun.
10:00PM
Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman and his team are perplexed by the seemingly random killing of a stand-in on a film set.
March 8 - Sunday
8:01PM
Father Brown joins the search when a girl who's believed to be radioactive goes missing overnight.
9:00PM
When an on-the-lam single mother is run off the road and murdered, Vera's only clues are a pair of plane tickets, £2,000, and a frightened young boy.
10:30PM
Troubled saleswoman Helen, whose mother was murdered back in episode one, turns up on Janet's doorstep with information that takes the investigation in a completely different direction.
March 9 - Monday
8:00PM
When blood-stained clothes belonging to a man missing for five years are uncovered in a London forest, UCOS tries to solve the conundrum of what seems to have been the perfect vanishing act.
9:00PM
Rachel is convinced getting married was a mistake, but Sean isn't prepared to accept that things have gone so wrong, so quickly.
10:00PM
Birgitte and Katrine tackle dilemmas endemic to their professions: The PM has to decide who to align herself with, while the journalist has to decide whether to pursue a story that puts lives in danger.
March 10 - Tuesday
8:00PM
The episode explores social practice arts throughout Southern California, including Olga Koumoundouros' occupation of foreclosed homes.
9:00PM
Surf-punk trio Tijuana Panthers got its start at Long Beach backyard parties, but has evolved into an upstart act that distills various eras of California rock 'n' roll into a unified powerhouse sound.
9:30PM
Get your dance on to music from Berlin-based pop band OY, Brazilian indie musician Nobat, and electronic artist A Thousand Years.
10:00PM
Some people walk on sidewalks, others prefer trails, but one man gets his thrill walking two miles high in the sky and freefalling to the ground.
10:30PM
'Earth Focus' showcases films documenting watershed restoration efforts.
March 11 - Wednesday
8:00PM
Should terminally ill Californians have the option to end their own lives, as patients in Oregon and Washington do? Anchor Val Zavala talks with a doctor who lost his 25-year-old daughter to cancer.
8:30PM
Here's why the U.S. nuclear power industry is underinsured by hundreds of billions of dollars.
9:00PM
This award-winning documentary presents a colorful look at the unsung and daring 19th-century African American activist Mary Ellen Pleasant.
10:00PM
The Asia Broadcasting Union song festival in Macau, China brought together the Asia Pacific's top solo and group talents hailing from an array of music scenes.
March 12 - Thursday
8:00PM
The doc moves to Portwenn in the very first episode and realizes immediately that adjusting to village life is not going to be smooth sailing.
8:47PM
The murder of a local gigolo brings DI Goodman and his team into contact with Saint-Marie's elite.
9:42PM
Martin reaches an important rite of passage in a young man's life.
10:06PM
It's Tim's first day at MI5. After receiving a "standard" retina scan, it becomes abundantly clear that this is no ordinary workplace.
10:30PM
David Yetman climbs over old and new lava flows on the Hawaiian Islands to observe new lands emerging from the ocean.
March 13 - Friday
8:00PM
Should terminally ill Californians have the option to end their own lives, as patients in Oregon and Washington do? Anchor Val Zavala talks with a doctor who lost his 25-year-old daughter to cancer.
8:30PM
Here's why the U.S. nuclear power industry is underinsured by hundreds of billions of dollars.
9:00PM
Surf-punk trio Tijuana Panthers got its start at Long Beach backyard parties, but has evolved into an upstart act that distills various eras of California rock 'n' roll into a unified powerhouse sound.
9:30PM
Get your dance on to music from Berlin-based pop band OY, Brazilian indie musician Nobat, and electronic artist A Thousand Years.
10:00PM
Amjad opens a Facebook account to escape his troubles, but accidentally has a virtual affair with another woman.
10:30PM
Amjad and Bushra's worst fear comes true when there are complications during their twins' birth.
March 14 - Saturday
8:05PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
9:35PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
March 15 - 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
This behind-the-scenes special features interviews with the co-creators and stars of 'Father Brown.'
10:30PM
Rachel is convinced getting married was a mistake, but Sean isn't prepared to accept that things have gone so wrong, so quickly.
March 16 - Monday
8:00PM
When the team investigates the death of a military police officer's researcher, D.A.C. Strickland introduces Pullman to a war crimes prosecutor who proves to be more than helpful to their case.
9:00PM
Scott and Bailey are sent in to investigate the suspicious death of a nursing home resident.
10:00PM
The introduction of a third strong female character causes the episode to address the show's central theme of gender equality head on.
March 17 - 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
This vintage jam session from the 1970s features country-crooner-turner-actor Kris Kristofferson, whose low drawl and lonesome guitar strums made him an icon of the Western revival.
9:31PM
Our online audience chose videos from Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, South Korean indie rockers Thornapple, and minimalist composers Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm as their favorites.
10:01PM
The season two premiere of 'City Walk' takes audiences from the Penn and Teller Theater in Las Vegas to abandoned buildings in New York.
10:30PM
Here's why the U.S. nuclear power industry is underinsured by hundreds of billions of dollars.
March 18 - Wednesday
8:00PM
Ventura County has developed a program to address issues relating to mental health, which trains police officers to respond to crises, domestic violence calls, and other emergencies.
8:30PM
The episode examines the impact of neonicotinoids, one of the most widely used systemic pesticides in the U.S., not only on bees, but on other species of wildlife as well.
9:00PM
A medical student was brutally gang-raped on board a bus in Delhi in late 2012. Horrified by the attack, a 28-year-old journalist traveled to India to uncover the reality of life for young women there.
10:00PM
The Asia Broadcasting Union song festival in Macau, China brought together the Asia Pacific's top solo and group talents hailing from an array of music scenes.
March 19 - Thursday
8:00PM
Martin is appalled to find his practice full of people not there for medical treatment, but for tea and biscuits -- a practice inherited from his predecessor.
9:04PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
10:30PM
This behind-the-scenes special features interviews with the co-creators and stars of 'Father Brown.'
March 20 - Friday
8:00PM
Ventura County has developed a program to address issues relating to mental health, which trains police officers to respond to crises, domestic violence calls, and other emergencies.
8:30PM
The episode examines the impact of neonicotinoids, one of the most widely used systemic pesticides in the U.S., not only on bees, but on other species of wildlife as well.
9:00PM
This vintage jam session from the 1970s features country-crooner-turner-actor Kris Kristofferson, whose low drawl and lonesome guitar strums made him an icon of the Western revival.
9:30PM
Our online audience chose videos from Chilean pop singer Alex Anwandter, South Korean indie rockers Thornapple, and minimalist composers Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm as their favorites.
10:00PM
The season premiere finds Amjad unemployed and Bushra pregnant. Meanwhile, Meir's mother offers him rent money on the condition that his Muslim wife Amal converts to Judaism.
10:30PM
Amjad uses his newfound status as an activist to become a media consultant, while Meir gets mistaken for a Zionist settler when stepping foot on occupied territory.
March 21 - Saturday
8:05PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
9:30PM
This behind-the-scenes special features interviews with the co-creators and stars of 'Father Brown.'
March 22 - Sunday
8:00PM
Mayor William Knight is electrocuted by a microphone at the annual village fundraiser.
9:05PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
10:35PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
March 23 - Monday
8:00PM
When forced to hand over a murder investigation linked to her very first case, Sandra makes a huge decision that's going to change UCOS forever.
9:00PM
Janet walks in on Rachel and DC Kevin Lumb having an affair, forcing her to admit that her dysfunctional personal life is affecting her work.
10:00PM
As Birgitte becomes a better prime minister, she turns into a worse wife in her husband's eyes.
March 24 - Tuesday
8:00PM
The documentary explores the vibrant network of creativity in Southern California, including an examination of the underlying issues of access to arts education at Inner-City Arts.
9:01PM
Moses Sumney pairs deft guitar with lithe falsetto in his soulful, folksy performance on 'Studio A.'
9:30PM
Our audience's favorite music videos include Fimber Bravo's cosmic "Life After Doomsday."
10:00PM
This episode features city hill walks in San Francisco, visits Ocean View Farms in west L.A., and profiles animator Bill Plympton.
10:30PM
The episode examines the impact of neonicotinoids, one of the most widely used systemic pesticides in the U.S., not only on bees, but on other species of wildlife as well.
March 25 - Wednesday
8:00PM
After an arduous three months in rehabilitation, two young elephant seals are finally ready to be released back into the ocean by a team at the California Wildlife Center.
8:30PM
'Earth Focus' investigates why there's no federal regulation for coal ash, which is radioactive and carcinogenic.
9:00PM
The film uses both historical material and live reenactments to present the dramatic suffrage campaign that won California women the right to vote nine years before the federal amendment.
9:30PM
We follow Japan's team at the world's most prestigious gastronomy competition.
10:30PM
A famous Taiwanese actress revisits a children's theater troupe who she supported after the Great East Japan earthquake.
March 26 - Thursday
8:00PM
It really hits the fan when a spate of "stomach upset" gives half of Portwenn the runs.
8:47PM
The owner of a rum distillery is murdered during a seance, and all clues point to the prime suspect being a ghost.
9:42PM
It's Fidelma and Dessie's wedding, and Martin has to say a heartbreaking goodbye to his big sister.
10:06PM
Tim learns how to hack computers at work to lower his son Marcus' straight As.
10:35PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
March 27 - Friday
8:00PM
After an arduous three months in rehabilitation, two young elephant seals are finally ready to be released back into the ocean by a team at the California Wildlife Center.
8:30PM
'Earth Focus' investigates why there's no federal regulation for coal ash, which is radioactive and carcinogenic.
9:00PM
Moses Sumney pairs deft guitar with lithe falsetto in his soulful, folksy performance on 'Studio A.'
9:30PM
Our audience's favorite music videos include Fimber Bravo's cosmic "Life After Doomsday."
10:00PM
Bushra is in the hospital, and Amjad, now home alone, asks his parents for help. After trouble with his cleaning lady, Shuster brings him a wonderful maid ... who's afraid of Arabs.
10:30PM
Amjad grows insanely jealous when an Arab gynecologist starts treating Bushra in the hospital.
March 28 - Saturday
8:05PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
9:34PM
War, Los Lonely Boys, and two California native bands -- Tierra and Malo -- will be coming together this Memorial Day weekend for one rockin' concert at the Greek Theatre.
10:59PM
When forced to hand over a murder investigation linked to her very first case, Sandra makes a huge decision that's going to change UCOS forever.
March 29 - Sunday
8:00PM
Father Brown decides to transport a priceless holy relic to safety, risking his career in the process.
9:00PM
Vera is reunited with her first sergeant, Stuart Macken, when his house is tragically firebombed.
10:30PM
Janet walks in on Rachel and DC Kevin Lumb having an affair, forcing her to admit that her dysfunctional personal life is affecting her work.
March 30 - Monday
8:00PM
Feathers are ruffled when new boss DCI Sasha Miller arrives to take over the running of UCOS.
9:00PM
With their friendship in tatters, the lack of communication between Rachel and Janet is making even the simplest of tasks difficult, and it takes a call about Gill's possible abduction to reunite them as a team.
10:00PM
The discovery that an extreme left-wing political party's offices were bugged by the government ultimately leads Birgitte to betray one of her friends in parliament and causes Katrine to question her newsroom's unethical practices.
March 31 - Tuesday
8:00PM
'Vireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch's Accuser' considers the usage of "female Hysteria" throughout the decades in operatic form.
8:30PM
'Artbound' provides an exclusive look at the avant-garde opera, 'Invisible Cities.'
9:30PM
This episode spotlights Egyptian and Lebanese duo Maii and Zeid, Chinese rockers Hedgehog, and Australian synth band Total Giovanni.
10:00PM
In this episode, creating pedestrian safety in L.A. by improving sidewalks; walking the French Quarter of New Orleans; and reinventing Oklahoma City to make it more friendly to walking and biking.
10:30PM
'Earth Focus' investigates why there's no federal regulation for coal ash, which is radioactive and carcinogenic.