Tcheky Karyo as Julien Baptiste

Tcheky Karyo as Julien Baptiste

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Next week, we’ll check out some of the greatest steals in Roadshow history, explore the life of one of American history's most celebrated disability rights advocates and find snacks in some very unexpected places. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Baptiste on MASTERPIECE: Season 2 - Sunday, October 17 at 10 PM
Julien Baptiste travels to Hungary to help the British Ambassador, Emma Chambers, find her missing family. When a body is found, the pressure is on to save Emma’s two sons.

Antiques Roadshow: Best Bargains - Monday, October 18 at 8:30 PM
Featuring great bargains including a Chiparus sculpture, an 1811 North Carolina fraktur, and "New Republic Portfolio" prints. Which of these was found at a flea market for $40 and is now valued at $15,000-$25,000?

American Masters: Becoming Helen Keller - Tuesday, October 19 at 9 PM
Revisit the complex life and legacy of the author, advocate and human rights pioneer. Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind, used her celebrity and wit to champion rights for women, people with disabilities and people living in poverty.

Nature: My Garden of a Thousand Bees - Wednesday, October 20 at 8 PM
A story of surprise and revelation. A wildlife cameraman spends his time during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown filming the bees in his urban garden and discovers the many diverse species and personalities that exist in this insect family.

A cricket on a fork.

NOVA: Edible Insects - Wednesday, October 20 at 9 PM
From crunchy crickets to nutty fly grubs, NOVA takes a tasty look at insect foods and how they could benefit our health and our warming planet.

A sailor finally sees land.

Secrets of the Dead: Magellan’s Crossing - Wednesday, October 20 at 10 PM
Five hundred years ago, Ferdinand Magellan and his crew set sail to gain control of the global spice trade. What resulted was the first circumnavigation of the earth, laying the groundwork for colonization and globalization still felt today.