As Sidney and Geordie investigate the murder of a doctor, Sidney begins to receive ominous warnings in the form of phone calls and a dead crow. How is he connected to the crime, and why is he being targeted, with Amanda's new baby Grace thrown into danger as well?
Jane Tennison is eager and avid, but her male superiors expect little from her except for her to do their dishes and serve them tea and biscuits. But one detective does recognize her abilities, and she is soon swept up in the investigation of a murder of a seventeen year-old girl.
Happy Chocolate Pudding day! Instead of eating the American version, why not try a gussied-up British kind from The Great British Baking Show? This mini cake filled with gooey chocolate and caramel comes from Kate in season 1 of the show.
The Edgewater Beach Hotel played host to weddings, big bands, scandals, and celebrities like Nat King Cole and Bette Davis during its heyday. Experience some of the "Magic by the Lake" in this episode of Chicago Stories.
China, Havana, the Pacific, Alaska - PBS explores them all during the Summer of Adventure. Take a sneak peek at the upcoming shows, which follow caribou in the Arctic Circle, a photographer's quest to document every species in captivity, and more.
40 years ago on May 25, the first Star Wars movie was released. Relive the excitement of the release of Star Wars: Episode VI –Return of the Jedi through a 1983 review and interviews with the director and C-3PO on WTTW's Sneak Previews.
On Friday, May 26 at 10:00 pm, enjoy an American Masters film about Alice Waters, preceded by the premiere of Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft at 9:00 pm. Try some of Waters's fresh, ingredient-focused recipes here.
“I think Trump really likes the internal struggle between all of his people,” veteran Frontline producer Michael Kirk says. "I think the constant so far, that I’ve seen, is that this thing that we call Bannonism is alive and well."
In a 1978 interview with WTTW's John Callaway, Julia Child discusses food snobs, nutrition freaks, and children in the kitchen. "My point is to make cooking easy for people so that they can enjoy it and do it, rather than making it a kind of art for the 'we happy few,'" she says.