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- Great Performances
The world of classical performing arts is brought to the comfort of your living room.
- Washington Week
Today's top journalists discuss Washington's current political events and public affairs.
- Amanpour and Company
Amanpour and Company features conversations with leaders and decision makers.
- Austin City Limits
Innovative musicians from every genre perform live in the longest-running music series.
- PBS Short Film Festival
PBS Short Film Festival showcases powerful stories from independent filmmakers.
- If You Lived Here
WETA’s house hunting series explores the D.C. Metro region one neighborhood at a time.
- The Yorkshire Vet
Follow James Herriot’s real-life veterinary practice in his picturesque town in Yorkshire.
- Inspector Lewis
Kevin Whately stars as Inspector Lewis, once the working-class foil to DI Morse.
A six-part drama series that connect with the troubled victims from the past.
- Mr. Bean
Follow Mr. Bean as he tries to extricate himself from embarrassing situations.
- It's Academic
A weekly quiz show featuring high school students from around the Washington, D.C. area.
Dickensian is a bold reinvention of Charles Dickens' timeless novels.
- Signature Dish
Discover the standout dishes at the Washington area’s best restaurants!
- The Hour
The Hour is a thriller set in the world of television journalism in the 1950s.
When a young boy is murdered, the focus turns to the small town of Broadchurch
- The Moonstone
A fresh adaptation of English literature's first great detective novel.
Kenneth Branagh plays a troubled detective in this acclaimed crime drama set in Sweden.
- WETA Arts
WETA Arts spotlights visual and performing art in Greater Washington.
- Seaside Hotel
The fate of guests and staff are intertwined at a beach hotel by the North Sea.
- Hamish MacBeth
Hamish MacBeth is an offbeat "whodunnit" series
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