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Urad daal
After any service at a Sikh gurdwara, or temple, the free meal of langar is served. Anybody is welcome, and all of the work for the meal is voluntary, an expression of selfless service. Learn about langar and try a recipe commonly served for it. 
Thursday and Morse in season 8 of Endeavour. Photo: Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece
Spring is here, which means new shows and new seasons. Look ahead through summer and fall at upcoming dramas and mysteries, from new seasons of favorites to entirely new series.
Zvonomir in Before We Die. Photo: PBS
Christian becomes ever more involved with the Mimica family, having to resort to increasingly drastic actions to keep his cover and stay safe. 
Augusta, Leo, and Alexander in Sanditon. Photo: Joss Barratt © Red Planet
As Sanditon's Midsummer Fair approaches, Charlotte's charges and her employer begin to warm to her. Georgiana finds herself intrigued by Charles, Alison becomes ever more besotted, and Esther distrusts Clara's intentions. 
Nancy Corrigan in Call the Midwife. Photo: Neal Street Production
Nancy befriends a homeless man and struggles with how to help him while Violet tries to figure out how to best help all of her constituents, including the ones who cause complaints. A woman can't decide whether to pursue a career or be a full-time mother.
Mahalia Jackson. Photo: Pictorial Press Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo
Chicago stories covering everything from the birth of gospel to the ad executives behind the Pillsbury Doughboy and other icons to a Mexican American church that lost a disproportionate number of soldiers in the Vietnam War, and much more. 
GEMS World Academy and Aqua from Lakeshore East Park in Chicago. Photo: WTTW
Architecture remains a male-dominated field, but women architects have made their mark upon Chicago and architectural history. Discover a few of them and their projects, from downtown skyscrapers to transit centers and schools.
Jane Byrne raising her finger while speaking at a mayoral forum
Jane Byrne was the first woman to be elected Mayor of Chicago and the first woman to lead a mayor U.S. city. A new Chicago Stories documentary follow's Byrne's rise to power and tenure as mayor. 
Christian and Hannah in Before We Die. Photo: Sofie Gheysens
Hannah and Billy try to continue their investigation into Sean's disappearance despite their fears of a leak amongst their colleagues, while Christian continues ingratiating himself with the Mimicas. Hannah is stunned by the revelation of Issy's identity.
Alison with Captain Carter in Sanditon. Photo: Alistair Heap © Red Planet
Alison has a chance at the romance she dreams of while Georgiana rejects any further suitors and Charlotte begins her work as a governess to two strong-headed young women. Esther fears Edward's intentions.
Nancy, Nurse Crane, and Trixie in Call the Midwife. Photo: Neal Street Productions
A frightening event leads to a big change in Miss Higgins' life, while a patient has her own upending diagnosis. A woman prepares to have her fourth child and is happily independent but fears a social worker might interfere with her life. 
Hannah Laing and Billy Murdoch in Before We Die. Photo: Sofie Gheysens
When Hannah's lover, also a police officer, disappears, she begins to work with Billy to understand the case her lover was working on and where he might be. Her difficult relationship with her son and ex-husband don't help matters. 
Alison and Charlotte Heywood with Georgiana Lambe in Sanditon. Photo: Joss Barrat © Red Planet
Sanditon is back! Charlotte has returned to the seaside town in the wake of a tragedy, this time with her sister in tow. An army regiment has arrived for the summer, while other new and exciting personages abound.
An Easter celebration in Poplar in Call the Midwife. Photo: Courtesy Neal Street Productions
It's Easter in Poplar, and spring brings a new beginning for Nancy as she begins work as a midwife. Changes uncover a horrible story from the past, and a couple hopes that their second baby will fare better than their first. 
Marin Alsop. Photo: Adrienne White
Marin Alsop is currently the only woman who has ever led one of America's top 25 orchestras as music director. A new documentary on Great Performances follows her obstacle-filled rise. We talked to her about the obstacles women conductors continue to face.