Month: April 2015

PROGRAM LISTINGS:
May 3 – May 9, 2015

Arts, Drama, Culture

CALL THE MIDWIFE

Season 4, Part 6 of 8

Sun., May 3, 7:00 pm

New

 

Inspired by the memoirs of Jennifer Worth, CALL THE MIDWIFE follows the nurses,
midwives and nuns from London’s Nonnatus House, who visit the expectant mothers
of Poplar, providing the poorest women with the best possible care. In Season 4,
the community prepares to enter a new decade – the 1960s.

 

Part 6 of 8

A secret romance faces heartbreak when teenager Paulette becomes pregnant, a
situation complicated by her diabetes and her boyfriend’s criminal past. Nurse
Crane helps support the young couple, but Paulette’s life is endangered when
the two run off together. Meanwhile, a group of itinerants comes to the attention
of the Nonnatus team when Noakes accuses them of theft. The midwives are drawn
into their closed world when they treat a newborn. Patsy organizes a
fundraising square dance, to which Fred asks Violet on a date.

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Part 6 of 8

Sun., May 3, 8:00 pm

New

 

The third season of the popular series, starring Jeremy Piven as the flamboyant
American entrepreneur who founded the famous Selfridge’s department store,
picks up the story in 1919. The acclaimed cast includes Aisling Loftus,
Katherine Kelly, Gregory Fitoussi, Amanda Abbington and Tom Goodman-Hill.

 

Part 6 of 8

Harry and Victor spiral deeper into despair, as do Mardle and Grove. Serge and
Violette fly high after a crash.

 

WOLF HALL ON MASTERPIECE

Part 5 of 6

Sun., May 3, 9:00 pm

Thurs., May 7, 11:00 pm

New

 

Internationally acclaimed actor Mark Rylance and Emmy-winner Damian Lewis
(Homeland) star as Thomas Cromwell and King Henry VIII in this adaptation
of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning novels, which chart the meteoric rise of
Cromwell in the Tudor court – from blacksmith’s son to Henry VIII’s closest advisor.

 

Part 5 of 6

With Anne pregnant again and away from court, Henry begins to take notice of Jane
Seymour. Anne hears of this and threatens Cromwell to make terms with her
before her son is born. But has she overplayed her cards?

 

AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE

Part 2 of 3

Sun., May 3, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

In Part 2 of 3, couples take the floor in the International Standard division,
full of flowing ball gowns and graceful waltzes, and then the sizzling
International Latin style, with its flamboyant costumes and seductive steps.

 

NA MELE

Waipuna

Mon., May 4, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Kale Hannahs, David Kamakahi and Matt Sproat of the acclaimed Hawaiian music
group Waipuna present their interpretation of Hawaiian music, accompanied by
hula dancer Jaimie Kennedy. From “Malama Mau Hawaii,” a selection from Waipuna’s
first album, to “E Mau Ke Aloha,” composed by David’s father, Dennis Kamakahi,
Waipuna will take you through a joyful musical cycle.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Santa Clara, CA, Part 3 of 3

Mon., May 4, 8:00 pm

New

 

The visit to Santa Clara, California, features great finds that include a Booker T.
Washington archive collected by Washington’s former teacher; a 17th-century
Chinese transitional wine pot that was mistaken for a teapot; and an Eanger
Irving Couse painting featuring an iconic subject for the artist. Watch to
discover which item is valued at $75,000! Also: Host Mark L. Walberg joins
appraiser Brian Witherell at the Computer History Museum to look at the first
Apple computer.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Biloxi, MS, Part 3 of 3

Mon., May 4, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

In Biloxi, Mississippi, host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser Beth Szescila at the
Walter Anderson Museum of Art to discuss how the beauty of the southern
landscape and its creatures inspired the paintings and prints of this prolific,
20th-century Mississippi native. Highlights from the Roadshow floor include a
suit worn by Olivia de Havilland in the 1943 film Princess O’Rourke; a
circa 1890 French industrial clock; and four 1827 watercolor portraits
attributed to “The Guilford Limner,” a mysterious North Carolina-based artist
who never signed his work, valued conservatively at $60,000.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

Kumu Hina

Mon., May 4, 10:00 pm

Thurs., May 7, 9:00 pm

New

 

Over the course of a momentous year, Kumu Hina, a native Hawaiian mahu (transgender)
teacher, inspires a tomboyish young girl to claim her place as leader of an
all-male hula troupe, as she herself searches for love and a fulfilling
romantic relationship with an unpredictable young Tongan man.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Susan Yamada

Tues., May 5, 7:30 pm

New

 

Susan Yamada is Executive Director of the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship
at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Shidler College of Business. Yamada
calls herself an “accidental entrepreneur,” with a career that moved from
hospitality to publishing to leading tech companies. After a successful life in
Silicon Valley during the dot-com boom, she came home to Hawaii, never needing
to work again. But in this phase of her life, she has dedicated herself to
giving back to her community by mentoring young future entrepreneurs.

 

This program is available in high-definition and will be rebroadcast on Wed.,
May 6 at 11:00 pm and Sun., May 10 at 4:00 pm.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Sweet Corn & Expensive Tea

Wed., May 6, 7:30

New

 

A Chef’s Life is a documentary and cooking series that takes viewers inside the
life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, returned home to
open a fine dining restaurant in small-town Eastern North Carolina. Each
episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry
patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus.
Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past and
present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table food,
the series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the
joys and stresses of family life.

 

Sweet Corn & Expensive Tea

Chef Vivian and her husband, Ben, leave New York to open a restaurant in her small
North Carolina hometown. Vivian revisits the Southern tradition of “putting up”
corn and shares her method for making smoked corn relish. As the episode
concludes, a devastating setback threatens their new life.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Myanmar

Thurs., May 7, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Host Megan McCormick starts her journey in Yangon with a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda,
the most revered Buddhist temple in Myanmar. Next she visits Inle Lake and then
heads to the Shan Palace in the town of Hsipaw, where she uncovers a
centuries-old tribal rivalry. Megan travels by train to Mandalay to visit the
golden Mahamuni Buddha and to try her hand at puppetry. She makes her way to
the Chin State and then on to Bagan, once the capital city. Megan’s last stop
is the Rahkine State where she boards a boat to Ngapali Beach, the ultimate
beach destination.

 

AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE

Part 3 of 3

Fri., May 8, 9:00 pm

New

 

This three-part series, hosted by former U.S dance champions Mary Murphy and
Tony Meredith, features all four major styles of competitive ballroom dancing:
American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Standard and International Latin.
In addition to 25 world-class couples competing to be named “America’s Best,” the
series includes backstage footage of the couples preparing for competition;
exhibitions featuring other top couples in each style of dance, from children
to Pro-Am champions; and behind-the-scenes looks at different aspects of the
world of ballroom dancing, from music to hairstyles.

 

Part 3 of 3

The winning couples in the four divisions of ballroom compete across dance
styles in the grand finale. Plus, stunning performances in the Cabaret division
and the Pro-Am division.

 

Caring for Mom & Dad

Fri., May 8, 10:00 pm

New

 

Americans are living longer than ever before, and soon older adults will outnumber
the young. Today, family caregivers are providing 90 percent of parent care, in
addition to balancing work and family, a job most cannot afford to do. This
phenomenon is faced by millions of baby boomers who are approaching retirement
themselves, and who are also grappling with the responsibilities of one or both of
their parents’ care. The program explores the emotional, health and financial
challenges that many caregivers face every day and offers some solutions and tips
to help others embarking on this new future.

 

VICTORY GARDEN’S edibleFEAST

Palm Beach

Sat., May 9, 7:00 pm

New

 

VICTORY GARDEN’s edibleFEAST takes viewers on a journey across America, traveling
from garden to sea, mountains to fields, to learn about fresh local foods and the
people who grow and produce them. Hosted by passionate foodie and TV personality
Amy Devers, each episode features the work of 2013 James Beard Award-winning
filmmaker and Chef Daniel Klein, who introduces viewers to gardeners, farmers
and food producers around the country.

 

Palm Beach

Visit Palm Beach, Florida, where Dr. John Zahina-Ramos of Just One Backyard shows
how to plant sweet potatoes in a wheelbarrow and then how to make a wall garden.
Then visit Jojo Milano, who left the urban life of Miami to start a farm in
rural Palm Beach County where she raises purebred Nubian and Lamancha goats and
makes cheese from their milk. Next, head to the water to see how Eric Finn dives
for the invasive lionfish and spiny lobster. Finish up in the kitchen of Chef
Clay Conley, who serves up lionfish escabeche.

 

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE

Italy’s Riviera: Cinque Terre

Sat., May 9, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

America’s leading authority on European travel, returns to transport viewers to
bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countrysides. Each episode contains
Rick’s valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical,
experience-enhancing travel advice.

 

Italy’s Riviera: Cinque Terre

Exploring Italy’s most remote and romantic stretch of Riviera, we visit five tiny
port towns: dramatic Vernazza, surrounded by vineyards; reclusive Corniglia, high
on a bluff; pastel Manarola; hardscrabble Riomaggiore; and the pint-sized resort
of Monterosso. Fishing for anchovies, sipping wine out of rustic barrels, and
savoring twinkling Mediterranean vistas, we enjoy a Riviera adventure.

 

PACIFIC HEARTBEAT

Road to The Globe

Sat., May 9, 8:00 pm

New

 

In 2010, the home of Shakespeare – The Globe Theatre in London, England –
issued a proclamation outlining the world’s biggest Shakespearean festival:
36 countries, 36 Shakespearean plays, 36 languages. New Zealand actor Rawiri
Paratene answered the call and was given the honor of opening the festival.
Spanning the twelve-week period before opening night, the film follows Rawiri
as he forms his own company, Ngakau Toa, consisting of New Zealand’s best Maori
actors, and their journey as they prepare to take their Maori adaption of
William Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida to The Globe.

 

STANDING ON SACRED GROUND

Profit & Loss

Sat., May 9, 9:00 pm

New

 

In this four-part documentary series, native people share ecological wisdom
and spiritual reverence while battling a utilitarian view of land in the form
of consumer culture and resource extraction as well as competing religions and
climate change.

 

Profit & Loss

In Papua New Guinea, a Chinese government-owned nickel mine has relocated
villagers to a taboo sacred mountain, built a new pipeline and refinery on
contested clan land, and dumped mining waste into the sea. In Alberta, First Nations
people suffer from rare cancers as their traditional hunting grounds are strip-mined
to unearth the world’s third-largest oil reserve. Indigenous people tell their
own stories – and confront us with the ethical consequences of our culture of
consumption.

 

STANDING ON SACRED GROUND

Pilgrims & Tourists

Sat., May 9, 10:00 pm

New

 

In the Russian Republic of Altai, traditional native people create their own
mountain parks to rein in tourism and resist a gas pipeline that would cut
through a World Heritage Site. In northern California, Winnemem Wintu girls
grind herbs on a sacred medicine rock, as elders protest U.S. government plans
to enlarge one of the West’s biggest dams and submerge this touchstone of a
tribe.

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

Beck

Sat., May 9, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Alt.rock superstar Beck performs. The singer/songwriter plays songs from his album
Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits.

 

Public Affairs

 

FRONTLINE

Outbreak

Tues., May 5, 10:00 pm

Fri., May 8, 11:00 pm

New

 

FRONTLINE presents the vivid, inside story of how the Ebola outbreak began and why
it wasn’t stopped before it was too late. With exclusive access to key global
decision-makers and health responders, and gripping accounts of victims from
the slums of Monrovia to the jungles of Guinea, the episode exposes tragic
missteps in the response to the epidemic.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., May 7, 7:30 pm

New

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Kaiser High School in East Oahu.

 

Top Story:

Moanalua High School in the Salt Lake district of Oahu presents a story on
Moanalua history teacher Cris Pasquil, who uses non-traditional activities
like group projects, skits and even music to instill a love of learning in
his students. He draws inspiration from his own experience learning hula under
kumu hula Robert Cazimero and his halau’s recent victory at the esteemed Merrie
Monarch Festival.

 

Also Featured:

H.P. Baldwin High School on Maui profiles 2014 Baldwin graduate Marcus Chambers,
who has already achieved success as a surf videographer. What started off as
a hobby for Marcus has led to nominations at international award competitions,
thanks to the growing importance of video and social media in the world of
professional surfing.

 

Waipahu High School on Oahu features a follow-up story on Victoria Cuba. We first
met Victoria last season as a senior at Waipahu High School, when she opened up
about being homeless. Now, she attends the University of Hawaii at Manoa on a
full scholarship and interns at PBS Hawaii. No longer homeless, she resides
in a UH dorm, but admits that the transition has had its challenges.

 

Students at Lahainaluna High School on Maui show us that boarding at their school
is a unique experience and an opportunity not afforded to most students in
Hawaii. Boarders live and work on campus, immerse themselves in learning,
and form unique bonds with others. But the program is in jeopardy, and
many are now working to save it.

 

Waianae High School in West Oahu tells us about a new mode of transportation for
some of their campus staff. With 40 acres and nearly 2,000 students to care
for, Waianae High School’s security guards have a lot of ground to cover. The
department recently acquired bicycles as a healthier, more cost-effective mode
of transportation. The change is slowly spreading throughout the school.

 

Konawaena High School on Hawaii Island shows how their school is developing one of
only two high school lacrosse teams on the island. Konawaena teacher Daniel Curran
is on a mission to make lacrosse a mainstream sport in Hawaii. Starting a team has
many unique challenges, but students say the benefits are worth it.

 

Mililani Middle School in Central Oahu profiles the rock band EMKE.

 

This program encores Saturday, May 9 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, May 10 at 3:00 pm.
You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website,
www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

What is the best future for Kahoolawe?

Thurs., May 7, 8:00 pm

New

 

Kahoolawe, an island that many Hawaiians hold as sacred, has been a cultural
and political touchstone since the 1970s. When the U.S. military handed over
control of Kahoolawe to the state of Hawaii, unexploded bombs and erosion left
a barren landscape that many to this day are working to replant and restore.
Today, Kahoolawe waits to be transferred to a Native Hawaiian entity to manage
the island, but funding for the clean-up is fast running out. The Legislature
has approved $2 million to help continue the restoration of Kahoolawe,
but will it be enough?

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also live streamed on
PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are
welcome via phone, email, Twitter or live blogging. You may also email your questions
ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., May 8, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., May 8, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., May 8, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Parrot Confidential

Wed., May 6, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

From the wilds of Costa Rica to the suburbs of our own country, this special
explores the difficulties of raising parrots, the reasons some breeders and
owners become rescuers, and conservation efforts in the wild. Owners and
rescuers of the popular bird talk about the ups and downs of caring for these
colorful characters.

 

NOVA

Nazi Attack on America

Wed., May 6, 9:00 pm

New

 

Long before 9/11, a little-known attack from the ocean depths struck our shores,
lasting three-and-a-half years and claiming 5,000 lives. Now, famed undersea
explorer Bob Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic, investigates the wreck
of one of the attack craft, a German submarine that lies at the bottom of the
gulf just a few miles off New Orleans. U-166 was part of Operation Drumbeat, a
highly successful U-boat operation that caught East Coast cities and shipping
almost completely unprepared. With state-of-the-art survey gear, Ballard probes
the wreck and unravels a dramatic mystery in the official story of the sub’s
sinking.

 

Super Skyscrapers

Building the Future

Wed., May 6, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

As urban space shrinks, we build higher and faster than ever before, creating a
new generation of skyscrapers. Super skyscrapers are pushing the limits of
engineering, technology and design to become greener, stronger, smarter and more
luxurious than their predecessors. This four-part series follows the creation of
four extraordinary buildings, showcasing how they will revolutionize the way we
live, work and protect ourselves from potential threats.

 

Building the Future

Commonly known as “the cheese grater,” the Leadenhall Building is the pinnacle of
London’s avant-garde architecture. Designed as a tapered tower with a steel
exoskeleton, it’s the tallest skyscraper in the City of London and the most
innovative. The teams behind the Leadenhall project had to radically rethink
every aspect of the traditional building model. This program follows the
monumental challenges that come with erecting this super skyscraper:
constructed off-site, delivered to location, and stacked like a giant Lego set
and bolted together.

 

HISTORY

 

The Day the ‘60s Died

Mon., May 4, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

The aftermath of the shooting deaths of four college students at Kent State on May
4, 1970 has been called the most divisive moment in American history since the
Civil War. This compelling documentary returns to that turbulent spring 45
years ago with a new perspective on the incident and what followed by exploring
how three very different worlds – U.S. college campuses, the jungles of
Cambodia and the Nixon White House – collided during that month in 1970.

 

THE ROOSEVELTS: AN INTIMATE HISTORY

Get Action

Tues., May 5, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

Ken Burns’ seven-part documentary tells the stories of Theodore, Franklin and
Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of one of the most prominent and influential
families in American politics. The seven-part, 14-hour series marks the first
time their individual stories have been woven into a single narrative.

 

Get Action

A frail, asthmatic young Theodore Roosevelt transforms himself into a vigorous
champion of the strenuous life, loses one great love and finds another, leads
men into battle and then rises like a rocket to become the youngest president
in American history at age 42. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, brought up as the
pampered only child of adoring parents, follows his older cousin’s career with
worshipful fascination and begins to think he might one day follow in his
footsteps.

 

DIY

 

THE WOODWRIGHT’S SHOP

Taming the Timber Bench

Sat., May 9, 2:00 pm

New

 

Using only the hand tools of the pre-industrial era, woodworker Roy Underhill
and his guests prove that there was life before electricity. Whether you think
muscle-powered tools are a thing of the past – or a thing of the future –
you’ll reconnect with your own inner craftsperson.

 

Taming the Timber Bench

Roy shows off this classic German carpenter’s bench built with stopped sliding
dovetails.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., May 9, 2:30 pm

New

 

Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin
shares some information about windows and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old
door in a new opening.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

Lexington Project 2015: Down to the Wire

Sat., May 9, 3:00 pm

New

 

Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and
fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how
she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how
he’s turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged
interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin
the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and
cooling decisions.

 

MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL

Cooking with Wine

Sat., May 9, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Cooking with wine is an easy way to boost the flavor in any recipe. Martha Stewart
highlights the basic guidelines for using wine as an ingredient in four classic
recipes: richly flavored beef bourguignon; cioppino, a
tomato-and-wine-based fish stew; a sumptuous chicken marsala; and
poached pears two ways, in red and white wine.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Southeast Asian Specialties

Sat., May 9, 4:30 pm

New

 

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to
learn how to make Vietnamese beef pho at home. Then, test cook Becky
Hays uncovers the secrets to making the Singapore noodles.

 

SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS

15-Minute Sautés

Sat., May 9, 5:00 pm

New

 

Chef Sara Moulton returns with a fourth season of SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, featuring
simple but delicious recipes for putting flavorful, healthy, home-cooked meals
on the table with minimal fuss. In addition, guest chefs from around the globe
prepare their favorite dishes in Sara’s home kitchen before taking her on a
culinary expedition to their favorite local farms, ethnic enclaves and other
secret food sources.

 

15-Minute Sautés

Sometimes the fastest route to dinner is to sauté or quick fry a piece of meat or
fish. Sara shows the proper technique and then some quick, mix-and-match ways to
change it up. She shows us her pork sauté with a choice of two sauces, then her
spicy blackened fish with a homemade Creole rub.

 

LIDIA’S KITCHEN

Summertime Delights

Sat., May 9, 5:30 pm

New

 

Chef Lidia Bastianich conjures simple, seasonal and economical dishes with grace,
confidence and love. She teaches viewers to draw on their roots, allow for
spontaneity and cultivate a sense of home in the kitchen. Filled with tips and
techniques collected through years in the kitchen and at the family table,
Lidia channels her passion for teaching into a fun and trustworthy curriculum
of kitchen wisdom.

 

Summertime Delights

Lidia prepares a light, healthy summer meal. Beat the heat with a scallop salad, savory
seared sesame chicken breast, and a refreshing mint granita for dessert.

 

 

AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE
Part 2 of 3

America's Ballroom Challenge Part 2 of 3

 

This three-part series, hosted by former U.S dance champions Mary Murphy and Tony Meredith, features all four major styles of competitive ballroom dancing: American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Standard and International Latin. In addition to 25 world-class couples competing to be named “America’s Best,” the series includes backstage footage of the couples preparing for competition; exhibitions featuring other top couples in each style of dance, from children to Pro-Am champions; and behind-the-scenes looks at different aspects of the world of ballroom dancing, from music to hairstyles.

 

Part 2 of 3
In the second hour, couples take the floor in the International Standard division, full of flowing ball gowns and graceful waltzes, and then the sizzling International Latin style, with its flamboyant costumes and seductive steps.

 

THE MIND OF A CHEF
Buddies

The Mind of a Chef title card and logo of this series

 

Join executive producer and narrator Anthony Bourdain as he takes viewers inside the mind of noted Korean American chef and restaurateur David Chang, a New York Times best-selling author and chef-owner of the Momofuku restaurant group. Chang brings a voracious appetite for food knowledge and a youthful exuberance to cooking and travel, whether cooking in his kitchens in New York and Australia or traveling for inspiration to Japan, Denmark, Spain or Montreal.

 

Buddies
David Chang cooks and goofs around with his friends Peter Meehan in Japan, Laurent Gras, Sat Bains, and Rene Redzepi in Copenhagen.

 

The Day the ‘60s Died

 

The aftermath of the shooting deaths of four college students at Kent State on May 4, 1970 has been called the most divisive moment in American history since the Civil War. This compelling documentary returns to that turbulent spring 45 years ago to take a new perspective on the incident and what followed by exploring how three very different worlds – U.S. college campuses, the jungles of Cambodia and the Nixon White House – collided during that month in 1970.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I
Should the Thirty Meter Telescope Be Built?

 

Construction of a Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea has been brought to a temporary halt as protests over building the 18-story high telescope stretch across the globe. Plans to build the $1.4 billion telescope have been seven years in the making, but opposition only gained momentum recently amid growing concern over further astronomy-related development on land Native Hawaiians consider sacred. Malia Mattoch moderates the discussion.

 

Tonight’s panelists include (In alphabetical order):

Paul Coleman, Astrophysicist, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawai‘i-Manoa

Richard Ha, Hawai‘i Island Farmer and Businessman

Jon Osorio, Board President, KAHEA, a Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance

Kealoha Pisciotta, President, Mauna Kea Anaina Hou

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also live streamed on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, Twitter or live blogging. You may also email your questions ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org.

 

Phone Lines:
973-1000 on Oahu or 800-238-4847 on the Neighbor Islands during the live broadcast.

PROGRAM LISTINGS:
April 26 – May 2, 2015

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

CALL THE MIDWIFE

Season 4, Part 5 of 8

Sun., April 26, 7:00 pm

New

 

Inspired by the memoirs of Jennifer Worth, CALL THE MIDWIFE follows the nurses,
midwives and nuns from London’s Nonnatus House, who visit the expectant mothers
of Poplar, providing the poorest women with the best possible care. In Season 4,
the community prepares to enter a new decade – the 1960s.

 

Part 5 of 8

Sister Julienne questions the nature of absolute faith when she meets a Christian
Science couple who refuse medicine for their newborn. Things become more complex
when they’re accused of harming their child. Meanwhile, Barbara tries to communicate
with a pregnant woman who can’t speak English. Using the woman’s young son to
translate presents a new set of problems. Sister Mary Cynthia returns, and Fred
meets a woman who catches his eye.

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Part 5 of 8

Sun., April 26, 8:00 pm

New

 

The third season of the popular series, starring Jeremy Piven as the flamboyant
American entrepreneur who founded the famous Selfridge’s department store,
picks up the story in 1919. The acclaimed cast includes Aisling Loftus,
Katherine Kelly, Gregory Fitoussi, Amanda Abbington and Tom Goodman-Hill.

 

Part 5 of 8

Gordon’s debut as store deputy skirts scandal. Kitty confronts her attackers.
Doris wrestles with a dilemma, then takes a tragic step.

 

WOLF HALL ON MASTERPIECE

Part 4 of 6

Sun., April 26, 9:00 pm

Thurs., April 30, 11:00 pm

New

 

Internationally acclaimed actor Mark Rylance and Emmy-winner Damian Lewis
(Homeland) star as Thomas Cromwell and King Henry VIII in this adaptation
of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning novels, which chart the meteoric rise of
Cromwell in the Tudor court – from blacksmith’s son to Henry VIII’s closest advisor.

 

Part 4 of 6

Anne Boleyn gives birth to a baby girl, failing to produce Henry’s longed-for male
heir. Cromwell demands the nobility and church swear an oath acknowledging Anne as
lawful queen, but will Thomas More agree?

 

AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE

Part 1 of 3

Sun., April 26, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

The six finalists in the American Smooth and American Rhythm divisions compete as
a group, performing the standard dances in their respective categories, with
judges scoring their performances. Then each couple performs a “Showdance” solo.

 

NA MELE

Mahi Beamer, Nina Kealiiwahamana and Robert Cazimero

Mon., April 27, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Three magical talents, Mahi Beamer, Nina Kealiiwahamana and Robert Cazimero,
blend their voices together to create an intimacy that only comes with the
melding of family and good friends in this encore presentation of a vintage
NA MELE episode from the PBS Hawaii studios.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Santa Clara, CA, Part 2 of 3

Mon., April 27, 8:00 pm

New

 

The Roadshow heads to Santa Clara, where host Mark L. Walberg joins appraiser
James Supp at the Pacific Pinball Museum to look at vintage pinball machines.
Highlights from the Roadshow floor include a Lambert magician automaton, ca.
1900, that is still in working condition; a Ray Bradbury archive collected by
Bradbury’s high school English teacher; and a Fred Myrick scrimshaw tooth, ca.
1830, that has a long history of family folklore and is appraised for $150,000
to $200,000.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Jerry Coffee

Tues., April 28, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

In an instant, Lieutenant Jerry Coffee went from flying his plane over North
Vietnam to being a prisoner of war. What followed was seven years of torture and
isolation in a Communist prison. But he never gave up hope. Jerry Coffee tells
his story of imprisonment, survival and faith.

 

This program is available in high-definition and will be rebroadcast on Wed.,
April 29 at 11:00 pm and Sun., May 3 at 4:00 pm.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Jascha Heifetz: God’s Fiddler

Tues., April 28, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Discover the story of legendary musician Jascha Heifetz (1901-1987), the first
truly modern violin virtuoso. Through vintage performances, master classes and
Heifetz’ previously unseen home movies, this documentary portrays an artist for
whom only perfection would do. New interviews include other great violinists
influenced by Heifetz, including Itzhak Perlman, Ivry Gitlis and Ida Haendel,
former students Ayke Agus and Sherry Kloss, and biographers John Anthony Maltese
and Arthur Vered. They reveal how Heifetz was a mysterious, idiosyncratic,
solitary figure who embodied the paradox of artistic genius: a dedication to his
craft at all costs.

 

THE MIND OF A CHEF

Buddies

Wed., April 29, 7:30 pm & 11:30 pm

Encore

 

Join executive producer and narrator Anthony Bourdain as he takes viewers inside
the mind of noted Korean American chef and restaurateur David Chang, a New York
Times best-selling author and chef-owner of the Momofuku restaurant group.
Chang brings a voracious appetite for food knowledge and a youthful exuberance
to cooking and travel, whether cooking in his kitchens in New York and
Australia or traveling for inspiration to Japan, Denmark, Spain or Montreal.

 

Buddies

Chef David Chang cooks and goofs around with his friends Peter Meehan Laurent
Gras, Sat Bains and Rene Redzepi.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Hawaiian Masterpieces: Ka Hana Kapa

Thurs., April 30, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

This film follows present-day kapa makers through the kapa-making process. Marie
McDonald and her daughter, Roen Hufford, create kapa using the same types of
tools and methods that ancient Hawaiians used. The program culminates with the
dressing of a hula halau in Hawaiian kapa for the Merrie Monarch Festival.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

South Atlantic

Thurs., April 30, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Host Zay Harding takes an epic adventure to the ends of the earth, voyaging to
the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, South Orkneys, South Shetland Islands,
Elephant Island and the Antarctic Peninsula.

 

AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE

Part 2 of 3

Fri., May 1, 9:00 pm

New

 

This three-part series, hosted by former U.S dance champions Mary Murphy and
Tony Meredith, features all four major styles of competitive ballroom dancing:
American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Standard and International
Latin. In addition to 25 world-class couples competing to be named “America’s
Best,” the series includes backstage footage of the couples preparing for
competition; exhibitions featuring other top couples in each style of dance,
from children to Pro-Am champions; and behind-the-scenes looks at different
aspects of the world of ballroom dancing, from music to hairstyles.

 

Part 2 of 3

In the second hour, couples take the floor in the International Standard
division, full of flowing ball gowns and graceful waltzes, and then the sizzling
International Latin style, with its flamboyant costumes and seductive steps.

 

VOCES ON PBS

El Poeta

Fri., May 1, 10:00 pm

New

 

This film tells the story of renowned Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, who ignited an
international movement for peace after the brutal murder of his 24-year old son
– collateral damage in a drug war that has left more than 70,000 dead since 2006.

 

VICTORY GARDEN’S edibleFEAST

The Bay Area

Sat., May 2, 7:00 pm

New

 

VICTORY GARDEN’s edibleFEAST takes viewers on a journey across America, traveling
from garden to sea, mountains to fields, to learn about fresh local foods and the
people who grow and produce them. Hosted by passionate foodie and TV
personality Amy Devers, each episode features the work of 2013 James Beard
Award-winning filmmaker and Chef Daniel Klein, who introduces viewers to
gardeners, farmers and food producers around the country.

 

The Bay Area

Edible San Francisco magazine editor Bruce Cole gives gardening tips from his
backyard garden, including how to humanely remove pests from the garden. Inna Jam’s
Dafna Kory heads to the farmers market to pick up some delicious fruit before making
jam. Next up is a visit to the Mandela Foods Co-op, a grocery store created by the
community within a food desert. Finally, food writer and cook Samin Nosrat cooks
up an herb salad and confit tomatoes on toast.

 

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE

Palestine

Sat., May 2, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

America’s leading authority on European travel, returns to transport viewers to
bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque countrysides. Each episode contains
Rick’s valuable insights on art, culture and history, and his practical,
experience-enhancing travel advice.

 

Palestine

Palestine is the Muslim and Arab half of the Holy Land. After visiting Jerusalem,
we harvest olives near Ramallah, follow pilgrims to Bethlehem, and visit the Dead
Sea. We’ll also learn about walls, Israeli settlements and the challenges
facing this region.

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

Jack White

Sat., May 2, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

White Stripes leader Jack White performs in support of his solo LP Blunderbuss.

 

Public Affairs

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., April 30, 7:30 pm

New

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Island School from Lihue, Kauai.

 

Top Story:

Kealakehe High School on Hawaii Island presents a story about students from their
school and from Iolani School on Oahu who were selected to participate in a
once-in-a-lifetime science project that will send NASA’s dust shield technology
to the moon. These robotics students, called MoonRIDERS (Research Investigating
Dust Expulsion Removal Systems), will work with the Pacific International Space
Center for Exploration Systems in hands-on experiments testing the capabilities
of NASA’s EDS (Electrodynamic Dust Shield). Students will build a mock up lunar
lander spacecraft, fabricate the actual flight frame for the mission, mount the
EDS on it, install a camera and design a lunar re-duster, then test the entire
system on the lower slopes of Mauna Kea to see how well it will remove dust off
of the camera lens.

 

Also Featured:

Students at Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School on Kauai visit Hanapepe Nights,
a popular art, music and food festival in Kauai’s biggest little town. Students
from Kamehameha Schools Maui Middle tell the story of a husband and wife who left
their careers as mechanical engineers to farm the very colorful, exotic dragon
fruit on Maui. Students from McKinley High School on Oahu profile their
school’s cross-country team captain, Hidemasa Vincent Mitsui, who was deemed
ineligible to compete during his senior year because he had to repeat the 9th
grade when he moved from Japan to Hawaii (OIA rules state that a 5th year
student is ineligible to participate in high school sports). Even though he was
not able to compete, Vincent inspired his teammates to do their very best and
was eventually reinstated when his coach and athletic director appealed to the OIA.

 

Students at Iolani School on Oahu take us behind the scenes with the Iolani
Hackers, a group of students and faculty members who create elaborate visual
pranks meant to surprise and delight people on campus. Students at Saint Francis
School on Oahu introduce us to Isabel Villanueva, the state air riflery champion
who excels at the sport despite the fact that she lives with a rare medical
condition – linear scleroderma – which causes her physical pain while participating
in the sport. Students at Wheeler Middle School on Oahu show us how to stay safe on
the internet by using proper social media etiquette and guidelines.

 

This program encores Saturday, May 2 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, May 3 at 3:00 pm.
You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website,
www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Should Astronomy-related Development on Mauna Kea Continue?

Thurs., April 30, 8:00 pm

New

Construction of a Thirty Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea has been brought to a
temporary halt as protests over building the 18-story high telescope stretch
across the globe. Plans to build the $1.4 billion telescope have been seven
years in the making, but opposition only gained momentum recently amid growing
concern over further astronomy-related development on land Native Hawaiians
consider sacred. Malia Mattoch moderates the discussion.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also live streamed on
PBSHawaii.org. Your
questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, Twitter or live blogging. You
may also email your questions ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., May 1, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., May 1, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri.,
May 1, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La

Wed., April 29, 8:00 pm

New

 

This is the true story of a family of Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys living in the
highest forests in the world. Only recently discovered, snub-nosed monkeys are
hauntingly beautiful primates, gentler than others of their kind. Elfin-like,
they can seem both childlike and wise beyond their years. The family is led by
a formidable fighter and his fighting force who guard a troop of 8-10 families.
The survival of this unique monkey society, formed in response to the hardships
of the Himalayas, depends on strong defensive strategies and the cooperation
and interdependence of them all.

 

NOVA

Manhunt: Boston Bombers

Wed., April 29, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

At 2:50 p.m. on April 15, 2013 two bomb blasts turned the Boston Marathon finish
line from a scene of triumph to tragedy, leaving three dead, hundreds injured
and a city gripped by heartbreak and terror. Less than five days later, the key
suspects were identified and apprehended, with one dead, the other in custody.
How did investigators transform the chaos of the bombing into a coherent trail
of clues, pointing to the accused killers? NOVA follows the manhunt
step-by-step, examining the role modern technology, combined with old-fashioned
detective work, played in cracking the case. Given hundreds of hours of
surveillance and bystander videos, how did agents spot the bad guys in a sea of
spectators? Why couldn’t facial recognition software be used to identify the
criminals? How much could bomb chemistry analysis, cell phone GPS, infrared
imagery and crowd sourcing reveal about the secrets behind this horrific crime?
With the help of top criminal investigators and anti-terrorism experts, NOVA
explores which technological innovations worked – and which didn’t – in the
most notorious case of today, and how the world of crime fighting could be
transformed tomorrow.

 

Super Skyscrapers

One World Trade Center

Wed., April 29, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

As urban space shrinks, we build higher and faster than ever before, creating a
new generation of skyscrapers. Super skyscrapers are pushing the limits of
engineering, technology and design to become greener, stronger, smarter and
more luxurious than their predecessors. This four-part series follows the creation
of four extraordinary buildings, showcasing how they will revolutionize the way
we live, work and protect ourselves from potential threats.

 

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the western hemisphere and a famous
modern landmark, is engineered to be the safest and strongest skyscraper ever
built. This episode follows the final year of exterior construction,
culminating with the milestone of reaching the symbolic height of 1,776 feet.
For head of construction Steve Plate, as well as scientists, engineers,
ironworkers and curtain wall installers, this is a construction job suffused
with the history of the site and a sense of duty to rebuild from the ashes of
Ground Zero.

 

HISTORY

 

The Draft

Mon., April 27, 9:00 pm

Fri., May 1, 11:00 pm

New

 

The draft in the 1960s and 1970s was a lightning rod that lit up schisms of race,
class and culture in American society. But ending the draft has produced
unintended consequences, creating a citizenry disconnected from that of the soldiers
who experience the burden of war. The question of who serves in America’s
military has shaped battle strategy and foreign policy and stranded Americans
in uniform for years on distant battlefields. From the Civil War to the
conflicts of the Vietnam era, forced military service has torn the nation apart
– and sometimes, as in WWII, united Americans in a common purpose. Featuring
interviews with the people who fought the draft, supported it and lived its
realities, this program tells the story of how a single, controversial issue
continues to define a nation.

 

Dick Cavett’s Vietnam

Mon., April 27, 10:00 pm

Sat., May 2, 8:00 pm

New

 

On the 40th anniversary of the official end of the Vietnam War, this program
examines the war and its impact on America through the prism of interviews conducted
by the iconic host of The Dick Cavett Show, which featured conversation
and debate from all sides of the political spectrum. The program combines
interviews from Cavett’s shows with archival footage, network news broadcasts
and audio/visual material from the National Archives to provide insight and
perspective on this controversial chapter of American history.

 

Vietnam War Stories

Mon., April 27, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Veterans from all branches of military service recount their experiences of the
Vietnam War, sharing stories of triumph and loss on the field of duty, of sacrificing
nearly everything on the battlefield and of the strong bonds of brotherhood and
companionship in the ranks. Along with the veterans’ stories, archival video,
historical photography and maps evoke stark imagery of the conflict.

 

The Day the ‘60s Died

Tues., April 28, 8:00 pm

New

 

The aftermath of the shooting deaths of four college students at Kent State on May
4, 1970 has been called the most divisive moment in American history since the
Civil War. This compelling documentary returns to that turbulent spring 45
years ago to take a new perspective on the incident and what followed by
exploring how three very different worlds – U.S. college campuses, the jungles
of Cambodia and the Nixon White House – collided during that month in 1970.

 

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Last Days in Vietnam

Tues., April 28, 9:00 pm

Sat., May 2, 9:00 pm

New

 

During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, as the North Vietnamese Army
closed in on Saigon, the South Vietnamese resistance crumbled. The United States
had only a skeleton crew of diplomats and military operatives still in the country.
With a communist victory inevitable and the U.S. readying to withdraw, many Americans
on the ground worried their South Vietnamese allies and friends faced
imprisonment or death at the hands of the approaching North Vietnamese. With
the clock ticking and the city under fire, a number of heroic Americans took
matters into their own hands, engaging in unsanctioned and often makeshift
operations in a desperate effort to save as many South Vietnamese as possible.
A film by Rory Kennedy.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

China Cabinet

Sat., May 2, 2:00 pm

New

 

In the 5th season of the series, respected furniture maker Tommy MacDonald and his
friends Al, Eli and Steve share bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy
travels to historic landmarks in the Boston area, Chicago and beyond for
inspiration, and then returns to his workshop to create pieces for the home and
office. Thirteen new half-hour episodes introduce a wide variety of indoor and
outdoor projects tailored to the recreational woodworker. The large-scale pieces
– including beds, tables and wardrobes – blend new-school methods with
old-school techniques.

 

China Cabinet

Tommy works with friend Al D’Attanasio to build a china cabinet perfect for any home.
Then together they install the massive piece into Tommy’s house.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., May 2, 2:30 pm

New

 

Electrician Scott Caron heads to Cleveland to install some landscape lighting.
Then Richard replaces a water main shutoff.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

Lexington Project 2015: Finishing Details

Sat., May 2, 3:00 pm

New

 

Roger and landscape designer Tim Lee place the first new plants in the landscaping
plan. Richard is using two kinds of radiators to bring heat to the garage and
the upstairs sitting room. Tom shows Kevin the progress on the upstairs laundry
room, outfitted with simple cabinets and a small countertop. Installer Bob
Young shows Norm the new insulated steel garage doors that should help keep the
heat inside the garage. In the great room, master electrician Allen Gallant is
installing a massive wrought-iron chandelier with 52 bulbs.

 

MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL

The Grind

Sat., May 2, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

In this episode, Martha Stewart uses ground meat to make her mother’s sweet and
tangy glazed meatloaf. Then butcher Pat LaFrieda joins her to demonstrate the
technique for grinding meat at home to make sweet and hot Italian–style pork
sausage. Then, learn how to make burgers using a custom blend of meats, and
giant meatballs with ricotta.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Pizza and Cookies Go Gluten-Free

Sat., May 2, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the best gluten-free pizza.
Then, test cook Dan Souza explains the science of gluten. Next, tasting expert
Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of gluten-free
spaghetti. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make
gluten-free chocolate chip cookies.

 

SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS

Just 5 Ingredients

Sat., May 2, 5:00 pm

New

 

Chef Sara Moulton returns with a fourth season of SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, featuring
simple but delicious recipes for putting flavorful, healthy, home-cooked meals
on the table with minimal fuss. In addition, guest chefs from around the globe
prepare their favorite dishes in Sara’s home kitchen before taking her on a
culinary expedition to their favorite local farms, ethnic enclaves and other
secret food sources.

 

Just 5 Ingredients

Less is more when you use just 5 ingredients: less time, less money, and with Sara’s
easy recipes, more flavor. Jean Anderson’s oven fried chicken will knock you
out, and our salmon with wasabi crust is just spicy enough. Finally, Sara shows
you an elegant but easy duck confit with braised leeks and sauerkraut.

 

LIDIA’S KITCHEN

Rice is Twice as Nice

Sat., May 2, 5:30 pm

New

 

Chef Lidia Bastianich conjures simple, seasonal and economical dishes with grace,
confidence and love. She teaches viewers to draw on their roots, allow for
spontaneity and cultivate a sense of home in the kitchen. Filled with tips and
techniques collected through years in the kitchen and at the family table,
Lidia channels her passion for teaching into a fun and trustworthy curriculum of
kitchen wisdom.

 

Rice is Twice as Nice

Lidia teaches viewers to make creamy clam and scallion risotto with tomatoes.

 

 

WOLF HALL ON MASTERPIECE
Part 4 of 6

 

Internationally acclaimed actor Mark Rylance and Emmy-winner Damian Lewis (Homeland) star as Thomas Cromwell and King Henry VIII in this adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning novels, which chart the meteoric rise of Cromwell in the Tudor court – from blacksmith’s son to Henry VIII’s closest advisor.

 

Part 4 of 6
Anne Boleyn gives birth to a baby girl, failing to produce Henry’s longed-for male heir. Cromwell demands the nobility and church swear an oath acknowledging Anne as lawful queen, but will Thomas More agree?

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC
Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Part 5 of 8

 

The third season of the popular series, starring Jeremy Piven as the flamboyant American entrepreneur who founded the famous Selfridge’s department store, picks up the story in 1919. The acclaimed cast includes Aisling Loftus, Katherine Kelly, Gregory Fitoussi, Amanda Abbington and Tom Goodman-Hill.

 

Part 5 of 8
Gordon’s debut as store deputy skirts scandal. Kitty confronts her attackers. Doris wrestles with a dilemma, then takes a tragic step.

 

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