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Margaret Osborne and John Beecham in 'Beecham House.' Photo: Masterpiece
John's friends continue to try to clear his name and free him from jail while his Indian and English lives finally meet, in the season finale of Beecham House.
Geordie and Will in season 5 of 'Grantchester.' Photo: Kudos/ITV/Masterpiece
Geordie and Will discover a strange convent that appears suspicious, while Will tries to grapple with his guilt in the wake of the scandal at the boxing gym and Leonard's father visits, in the season finale of Grantchester
A team publicity photo for the Chicago American Giants in 1919. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Chicago looms large in the creation of baseball's Negro Leagues, for reasons both positive and negative. One influential player-manager spearheaded the creation of the Negro National League 100 years ago; another helped solidify the sport's color line decades earlier.
Shah Alam in 'Beecham House.' Photo: Masterpiece
John's whole life in India threatens to fall apart when he incurs the wrath of the emperor. Chanchal is placed in a humiliating situation by Daniel, while Daniel tries to save his brother with the help of Margaret. 
Will in season 5 of 'Grantchester.' Photo: Kudos/ITV/Masterpiece
A tragedy at the boxing gym leaves Will shattered as he learns about the plight of his favorite charge, Matthew, as well as the other boys and their desperate attempt to escape their troubles. 
Camp TV
Summer in Chicago is typically fully of fun activities from dancing to movies to concerts to summer camps held in the parks of the city. This year, WTTW is partnering with the Chicago Park District and Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events to bring those activities to you in your home.
Khamlavati and John Beecham in 'Beecham House.' Photo: Masterpiece
As a rumor swirls around John, he is finally forced to reveal his past and the relationship between himself and his son August's mother. Plus, he is drawn into a potentially dangerous scheme involving the emperor's family.
Geordie and Will in season 5 of 'Grantchester.' Photo: Masterpiece
A young man streaks through the streets yelling about aliens, then is found dead in a fen. The incident leads Geordie and Will into the world of LSD trials and psychotherapy, while Cathy and Geordie deal with Cathy's mother. 
Fireworks over the U.S. Capitol. Photo: Naglestock.com/Alamy Stock Photo
On the 40th anniversary of PBS's A Capitol Fourth, the Fourth of July celebration is a bit different due to COVID-19, but there are still star performers and fireworks that you can enjoy from your home. 
Suffragists picket in front of the White House. Washington, D.C., February 1917. Photo: Courtesy of Library of Congress

There’s a huge amount of worthwhile TV out there nowadays, so it can be hard to choose what to watch.

Bushra Amiwala
Bushra Amiwala shares her story of becoming the youngest Muslim elected official in the United States. She's featured in the upcoming documentary, And She Could Be Next.
Chanchal and Daniel in 'Beecham House.' Photo: Masterpiece
Daniel and Chanchal grow closer despite warnings against a relationship, while John discovers the perfect gift for the empress but is stymied when things go awry during its delivery.
Geordie and Will in 'Grantchester.' Photo: Kudos/ITV/Masterpiece
A disturbance at a movie theater has a connection to a minor crime committed against Mrs. C. It eventually reveals a part of her husband's past that was hidden, while Will struggles to help the troubled young Matthew.
Gloria Steinem
We visit the WTTW archives with two interviews with feminist leader, journalist, and political activist Gloria Steinem.
Lucy Parsons in 1886. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Lucy Parsons was full of contradictions: an anarchist who defended marriage, a Black woman born into slavery who claimed her dark skin came from Mexican and Native American ancestry, a supporter of rights for women who didn't trust elections and thus never aligned herself with suffragists.