Sharon Collins and a horse.

'Georgia Outdoors' host Sharon Collins and an equine friend.

Next week we'll welcome the return of Finding Your Roots, Nature, NOVA and more! Including a tour of Horse Country with Georgia Outdoors host Sharon Collins. Take a look at what’s coming up!

In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America - Monday, April 12 at 9 PM

how legendary Irish politician and Nobel Prize winner John Hume — inspired by the American Civil Rights movement — harnessed the power of Irish America and built relationships with the White House and U.S. Congress to bring peace to Northern Ireland. 

Independent Lens: Down a Dark Stairwell - Monday, April 12 at 11 PM

A Chinese American cop shoots and kills an innocent Black man in the dark stairwell of a Brooklyn housing project. Suddenly, two marginalized communities must navigate an uneven criminal justice system together.

Finding Your Roots: The New World - Tuesday, April 13 at 8 PM

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. traces ancestors of actor John Lithgow and journalist Maria Hinojosa who thrived in North America long before the birth of the United States.

Nature: The Leopard Legacy - Wednesday, April 14 at 8 PM

Follow the story of a leopard mother as she raises her cubs near the Luangwa River, facing a constant battle to hunt successfully, defend her territory and protect her cubs against enemies.

NOVA: Picture a Scientist - Wednesday, April 14 at 9 PM

Meet members of a growing group of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists, exposing longstanding discrimination, and leading the way in making science more inclusive. 

Georgia Outdoors: Horse Country - Thursday, April 15 at 7:30 PM

On an all-new episode of the GPB Original Series Georgia Outdoors, host Sharon Collins meets some of the 74,000 horses that call Georgia home, and the Georgians that care for them.