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(Antiques Roadshow) Santa Fe’s Museum Hill, Hour 2 | Monday, January 30 at 7 p.m.

New ROADSHOW in New Mexico at Santa Fe's Museum Hill, with finds that include an Angel Botello oil painting, ca. 1960, Muhammad Ali and Alfred Hitchcock autographs, and a 1969 Alexander Calder sculpture. One is valued at $250,000!

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The Caverns Sessions | Sundays at 5:30 p.m.

Taped deep within the subterranean amphitheater of The Caverns in Tennessee's majestic Cumberland Mountains, "The Caverns Sessions" (formerly known as "Bluegrass Underground") features both long-established and emerging artists within a broad spectrum of genres to include Roots-Rock, Jam Band, R&B, Country, Soul, Hip Hop, Folk, Americana and Bluegrass - music from the heart of the American experience.

(Nature) The Elephant and The Termite | Wednesday, February 1 at 7 p.m.

Witness the dramas of Africa's great wildlife meeting place -- the waterhole. From mighty elephants to tiny termites, an entire community of creatures call the waterhole their home.

Making Black America: Through The Grapevine | Friday, February 3 & 10 at 8 p.m.

This four-hour series, hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., introduces viewers to a world that showcases Black people's ability to collectively prosper, defy white supremacy and define Blackness in ways that transformed America itself.

Dogs in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries | Wednesdays at 7 p.m.

Travel the globe and uncover the secrets of the most successful carnivore on the planet: the canids. From recognizable foxes and wolves to the lesser-known ones like the Japanese raccoon dog, canids have conquered every continent except Antarctica.

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