Learn the definitive true story behind one of the best-loved families in TV drama, and see how Corfu shaped the personalities and ambitions of each Durrell. It’s an outlandish story of expeditions, fame, heartbreak and a zoo. Hosted by Keeley Hawes.
Just as it looks as though the Durrells may have found their happy ending, the islanders realize they can no longer ignore the rumblings of war. Larry throws an audacious play for the locals. There are new surprises for every member of the family.
The residents of Corfu are excited at the prospect of a visit from the king of Greece, and the Durrells are keen to join the welcoming committee. Leslie leads a scout troop. Louisa and Spiros grow closer. Love may also be in the air for Margo.
With the house guests getting rowdier, Louisa worries about the villa’s reputation, but Spiros’ increased presence continues to delight her. Margo finds a surprising way to bond with Maud. Gerry realizes he has feelings for Galini.
Louisa meets Spiros’ wife for the first time and invites her to join the family on a trip. However, the journey ends badly when their picnic is eaten by hungry animals.
An encounter with Daphne leaves Leslie pondering the possibility of fatherhood. Margo moves in with Theo, and Louisa is on the receiving end of some slightly confused romantic advances.
Louisa opens a new boarding house, but the arrival of a mysterious guest places it under police scrutiny. Gerry announces plans to open his own zoo. Margo struggles to find clients for her beauty treatments.
Do treasures from the smallest state have the biggest value? Revisit Season 10 appraisals to see how they held up in the market, including a 1908 “Anne of Green Gables” first edition, Rudolph & Santa puppets and a Lyonel Feininger art collection.
We know literacy as reading and writing, but it has become so much more. Literacy enables people, especially our keiki, to understand concepts and ideas and express opinions. Importantly, literacy allows them to grasp knowledge needed to meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing world.
Learn the fascinating stories from treasures found in Chicago including a group of Ayn Rand inscribed books, an Edward Borein watercolor, ca. 1930, and a 1931 Carnegie hero medal. But which is the episode’s top find? Also: a trip to Crab Tree Farm.
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