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New Science Sundays Programming Coming to KCET

Martin Clunes poses with a woman wearing a flower in her hair in a promo image of "Martin Clunes' Islands of America."

Join KCET on Sunday nights for new science and nature programming coming your way! Traverse with Martin Clunes along America's stunning coasts in "Islands of America," discover the monumental scale of Earth's largest ocean in "South Pacific," and explore science and technological pursuits beyond the headlines with the premier science series "NOVA."

See airing times for these programs below.

Martin Clunes' Islands of America
Sundays, 8 p.m. on KCET

Martin Clunes poses with a woman wearing a flower in her hair in a promo image of "Martin Clunes' Islands of America."

Martin Clunes ("Doc Martin," "Manhunt") is a "lovable travel companion" in this fun and informative voyage around America's amazing coasts. From Hawaii's volcanoes to California's seal colonies, salsa dancing in Puerto Rico to wild ponies swimming in Virginia, this delightful travelogue offers stunning, diverse landscapes; incredible wildlife encounters; and insightful commentary. 

South Pacific
Sundays, 9 p.m. on KCET

Overhead shot of an island in the middle of a vast ocean. | From "South Pacific."

This landmark series explores the sheer scale and majesty of the largest ocean on Earth, the isolation of its islands, the extraordinary journeys wildlife and humans have gone through to reach these specks of land, and what happened to both after their arrival. Beyond cliched images of swaying palms and idyllic beaches, this is the real, immense and surprising South Pacific.

NOVA
Sundays, 10 p.m. on KCET

China's Forbidden City

PBS' premier science series helps viewers of all ages explore the science behind the headlines. Along the way, NOVA programs demystify science and technology and highlight the people involved in scientific pursuits.

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Celebrate Black History Month 2021 with KCET and PBS SoCal

In honor of Black History Month, KCET and PBS SoCal will showcase a curated lineup of enlightening programs to bolster awareness and understanding of racial history in America.
A light shines on blue cloth outlining a shadow puppet and a shining on a leaf-like object. The performance is part of at "Firefly Nights," an in-person COVID-safe experience that falls within the "Rio Reveals" series.

L.A. River Becomes the Focal Point for Epic, Ongoing Experimental Theater

"Sleep No More" theater director Mikhael Tara Garver unearths the L.A. River's 8-mile deep stories and histories in an ongoing work of experimental theater called "Rio Reveals."
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'90s Photos of LAPD Reveal a City in Pain

Joseph Rodriguez’s photographs of the LAPD in 1994 is a deeply personal, political act that still resonates in today’s political climate.