What's New Next Week? July 21, 2023
Next week, David Rubenstein looks at the origin, the impact and the future of Stone Mountain on Iconic America and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!
Rick Steves’ Europe: Art Prehistoric and Ancient - Monday, July 24 at 7 PM
From the Stone Age came prehistoric art: mysterious tombs, mighty megaliths, and vivid cave paintings. Then the Egyptians and the Greeks laid the foundations of Western art—creating a world of magical gods, massive pyramids, sun-splashed temples, and ever-more-lifelike statues.
POV: Eat Your Catfish - Monday, July 24 at 11 PM
Paralyzed by late-stage ALS and reliant on round-the-clock care, Kathryn clings to a mordant wit as she yearns to witness her daughter's wedding. Drawn from 930 hours of footage shot from her fixed point of view, Eat Your Catfish delivers a brutally frank and darkly humorous portrait of a family teetering on the brink, grappling with the daily demands of disability and in-home caregiving.
Iconic America: Our Symbols & Stories with David Rubenstein: Stone Mountain - Tuesday, July 25 at 10 PM
Delve into the fate of the Monument at Stone Mountain, Georgia, the Confederate Mount Rushmore, revealing a nation wrestling with its past as Confederate statues are torn down across the country.
Georgia Outdoors: To Save a Plant - Wednesday, July 26 at 7:30 PM
Georgia is a leader in the world of plant conservation. We followed the many volunteers and organizations that work to protect threatened plants for close to a year. You will see them at various sites across the state and see that their efforts are sometimes dangerous and often messy, but the passion is undeniable.