Geordie Keating (Robson Green), Alphy Kottaram (Rishi Nair) in Grantchester.

Geordie Keating (Robson Green), Alphy Kottaram (Rishi Nair)

Credit: Kudos, ITV, and MASTERPIECE.

Next week, we’ll welcome the return of Grantchester and other Sunday night favorites with all-new seasons, explore the glorious rise of and violent backlash to disco and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Professor T: Season 3 - Sunday, June 16 at 8 PM

The multi award-winning much-loved crime drama Professor T starring Ben Miller, Frances de la Tour and Juliet Stevenson is back for a third season. The Professor is in jail and must find a way to get his old life and job back. The Police need his expertise to help crack some tricky and intriguing crimes.

Grantchester on MASTERPIECE: Season 9 - Sunday, June 16 at 9 PM

It’s 1961, and times are changing in Grantchester. Will seeks new challenges elsewhere while Geordie and Cathy deal with an independent Esme. With Reverend Alphy Kottaram arriving as the new vicar, will the locals accept him as one of their own?

D.I. Ray: Season 2 - Sunday, June 16 at 10 PM

Two months after her suspension, D.I. Ray is thrust back into homicide after the fatal shooting of an innocent nurse and the head of a notorious crime family points to brewing tensions between rival crime families

The Great American Recipe: Season 3 - Monday, June 17 at 9 PM

Follow eight talented home cooks from different regions of the country as they compete weekly with their most memorable recipes. In the final week, the top three home cooks vie for a chance to win The Great American Recipe.

A black and white image of Miles Davis.

Glorious Days and Nights: A Jazz Memoir - Monday, June 17 at 10 PM

The story of Herb Snitzerknown for his moving black and white images of John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Duke Ellington and other jazz great in addition to celebrities such as Bette Davis, Tennessee Williams, Casey Stengel, Barak Obama and many others.

Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom - Monday, June 17th at 11 PM

A Black man is troubled by the legacy of American slavery and the misuse of Christianity to justify it. He travels throughout Texas and discovers how the Juneteenth holiday reveals the hope and courage that empowered the formerly enslaved and their descendants to fight for freedom in an often unjust society.

Disco: Soundtrack of a Revolution - Tuesday, June 18 at 9 PM

From the basement bars of ‘70s New York City to the peak of the global charts, along with iconic tracks and remarkable footage, Disco: Soundtrack of a Revolution offers a powerful, revisionist history of the disco age.

A forest fire.

Dynamic Planet - Wednesday, June 19 at 8 PM

Embark on this epic three-year journey spanning all seven continents and meet the extraordinary people and animals on the front line of climate change. Reveal how science, nature, and tradition can prepare us for a fast-changing future.

Hope in the Water - Wednesday, June 19 at 9 PM

Explore the groundbreaking work of dedicated fishers, aqua farmers, and scientists attempting what was once thought impossible: harvesting aquatic species to feed our growing planet while saving our oceans in this three-part series.

Composer Carlos Simon sitting at a piano.

ASO Presents: Carlos Simon Curates - Friday, June 21 at 7 PM

A special joint original production between GPB and the ASO, this program features exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews and a concert curated by Grammy-nominated composer Carlos Simon who has deep Georgia ties and is known for bringing a powerful social conscience to his works. The program shines a spotlight on local artists, including the Spelman and Morehouse College Glee Clubs.