“Miss Scarlet and the Duke” to air Sunday on WCTE

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“Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece” will air at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21 in WCTE.

WCTE has announced its schedule for this week.

Tuesday, Feb. 16

7 p.m. – “Finding Your Roots”. Henry Louis Gates Jr. helps musician Pharrell Williams and filmmaker Kasi Lemmons uncover rare first-person accounts of their enslaved ancestors.

8 p.m. – “The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song”. Henry Louis Gates Jr. explores the roots of African American religion, beginning with the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the ways enslaved Africans preserved and adapted faith practices.

10 p.m. – “Conversation with Henry Louis Gates Jr.”. The life and career of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Wednesday, Feb. 17

7 p.m. – “Beyond The Elements On NOVA”. The molecules that allowed life on Earth to begin, and ultimately thrive, and how scientists use evolution in chemistry.

8 p.m. – “Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song” . How the black church expanded its reach to address social inequality and minister to those in need, from the Jim Crow South to the heroic phase of the civil rights movement, and the black church’s role in the present.

10 p.m. – “Hawaii: Islands of Wonder”. Hawaii, the most remote island chain on Earth, offers sanctuary for wildlife that has reached its tropical shores.

Thursday, Feb. 18

7 p.m. – “Now That’s A Good Question with Phil Oldham”. Tennessee Tech President Phil Oldham sits down with Joe Slater, dean of engineering, to discuss engineering research and Pingen Chen, professor of mechanical engineering, to discuss cutting-edge electric car research.

7:30 p.m. – “Tennessee Crossroads”.

8 p.m. – “Live Green Tennessee”. Natalie Bumgarner on sustainable practices in residential/consumer horticulture and other stories.

8:30 p.m. — “One On One with Becky Magura”. Becky Magura sits down with Tennessee Tech Professor Carl Owens to talk about his lifelong career as an educator and the reason he pursued a doctorate degree to make his parents proud.

9 p.m. – “The Upper Cumberland Camera”. Back in time featuring a class Tennessee Tech University offered at night for older workers.

9:30 p.m. – “Bluegrass Underground”. Music from Steve Earle and the Dukes.

10 p.m. – “Tennessee Wild Side”. How the perseverance of hummingbirds creates a connection with a German immigrant. Then some cold weather with very determined fishermen.

10:30 p.m. – “Songs at the Center”.

Friday, Feb. 19

5 p.m. – “WCTE Live at 5”.

5:30 p.m. – “BBC World News Today”.

6 p.m. – “PBS NewsHour”.

7 p.m. – “Washington Week”.

7:30 p.m. – “Firing Line with Margaret Hoover”.

8 p.m. – “Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility In America”. How the advent of the automobile brought new freedoms and new perils for African Americans on the road in this deep look into the dynamics of race, space, and mobility in America over time.

10 p.m. – “Song of the Mountains”

Eddy Davis/Dewey & Leslie Brown & The Carolina Gentlemen.

Saturday, Feb. 20

7 p.m. – “Classic Gospel”. Pioneer Gospel Reunion features traditional gospel music trailblazers joining for a joyful celebration in song.

8 p.m. – “Antiques Roadshow”. Vintage Orlando Hour 2.

9 p.m. – “Lost River Sessions”. Duo The War and Treaty perform a set at Ironwood in Bowling Green, KY.

9:30 p.m. – “The Upper Cumberland Camera”. Back in time featuring a class Tennessee Tech University offered at night for older workers.

10 p.m. – “Austin City Limits”. An hour with Willie Nelson.

Sunday, Feb. 21

3 p.m. – “Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville”. Guest: Bobby Goldsboro

3:30 p.m. – “Sun Studio Sessions”.

4 p.m. – “Evening with Diahann Carroll”. An Evening With Diahann Carroll provides a look into the life and career of the entertainer.

5 p.m. – “It’s Your Business with Michael Aikens”. Michael Aikens sits down with the owner of Cultured Image, Terrence Paige, and co-owners of Thrive, Daisy Dodd and Maurice McKinney, from Cookeville to talk about their business and how they have adapted in a COVID-19 environment.

5:30 p.m. – “Now That’s A Good Question with Phil Oldham”. Tennessee Tech President Phil Oldham sits down with Joe Slater, dean of engineering, to discuss engineering research and Pingen Chen, professor of mechanical engineering, to discuss cutting-edge electric car research.

6 p.m. – “PBS NewsHour Weekend”.

6:30 p.m. – “One On One with Becky Magura”. Becky Magura sits down with Tennessee Tech Professor Carl Owens to talk about his lifelong career as an educator and the reason he pursued a doctorate degree to make his parents proud.

7 p.m. – “Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece”. Forgery, murder, and false accusation strain Eliza’s forensic skills as she gets to the bottom of her father’s death, aided by the Duke and her underworld friend Moses.

8 p.m. – “All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece”. Siegfried hosts a Christmas Eve party, with an even bigger event to follow the next day. Helen accompanies James on an emergency house call.

9:30 p.m. – “The Windermere Children”. Child survivors of the Holocaust are brought to an estate near England’s Lake Windermere to recuperate with the help of volunteer therapists. Without their families, they find kinship in each other and form bonds that give them hope for the future.