Eva, Ruda, Leo and I
Two singular characters, born in Prague at the dawn of the twentieth century, discover that they are Jews. As young lovers, they face fear and danger and miraculously escape the death camps.
Tuesday, August 4 at 8 PM ET
The Kung Fu Meerkats
A close-up look at a family of meerkats faced with surviving some of Africa's toughest drought conditions in the Kalahari desert.
Thursday, August 6 at 8 PM
Forgotten No More: The Lost Men of the 78th
The remains of eight Canadian WW1 soldiers are found in a French garden, nearly 100 years after they died in the Battle of Amiens.
Thursday, August 6 at 9 PM
After the Wave: The Boxing Day Tsunami
Ten years after the Boxing Day tsunami, survivors recount extraordinary stories of survival & loss, while rescue workers & forensic scientists remember the heroic efforts made to find & identity the 1000's missing after the wave struck S.E. Asia.
Sunday, August 9 at 10 PM ET/PT

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