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Preview the programs you don't want to miss for the period of February 25 - March 10, 2021 from WMHT. For up-to-date program listings on WMHT-TV, WORLD, CREATE, and WMHT PBS Kids 24/7, visit our schedules page. Click here to sign up to receive our Don't Miss List in your inbox bi-weekly.

AMERICAN MASTERS: TONI MORRISON: THE PIECES I AM

Friday, February 26 | 9pm on WMHT-TV
An artful and intimate meditation on the legendary storyteller.

COUNT BASIE: THROUGH HIS OWN EYES

Saturday, February 27 | 9pm on WMHT-TV
Told in Basie’s own words, This program uncovers the private passions and ambitions that inspired this world-famous bandleader and pianist.

MIDSOMER MURDERS: LET US PREY

Saturday, February 27 | 7pm on WMHT-TV
A series of murders seem to be inspired by macabre images on a medieval fresco recently discovered. As the village prepares for storms and flooding it appears that someone is using ancient torture methods to punish modern-day "sinners."

NOVA: LOOKING FOR LIFE ON MARS

Sunday, February 28 | 11am on WMHT-TV
NASA launches its most ambitious search yet for traces of ancient life on Mars.

INDEPENDENT LENS: UNREST

Monday, March 1 | 10pm on WMHT-TV
Jennifer Brea captures her struggle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

10 MODERN MARVELS THAT CHANGED AMERICA

Tuesday, March 2 | 8pm on WMHT-TV
A whirlwind tour of 10 engineering feats that made our civilization possible.

URBAN FORAGE: OZARK ARTISTRY

Thursday, March 4 | 9:30pm on WMHT-TV
Reviving the lost art of metalsmithing is alive and well at Urban Forge in Mountain View.

LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER: LESLIE ODOM JR. IN CONCERT

Friday, March 5 | 10pm on WMHT-TV
The adventurous musical artist shows us how he does it in this milestone concert.

CONNECT NY: THE PUSH FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

Sunday, March 7 | 11am on WMHT-TV
It’s been two years since the state Legislature approved a package of criminal justice reforms including swift trials, and bail reforms. After April’s rollbacks to bail reform, progressive activists and lawmakers are now calling on Democrats to pass sweeping criminal justice reform this year now that the party has a supermajority in the state Senate.

CONNECT NY: THE PUSH FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

Sunday, March 7 | 11am on WMHT-TV
It’s been two years since the state Legislature approved a package of criminal justice reforms including swift trials, and bail reforms. After April’s rollbacks to bail reform, progressive activists and lawmakers are now calling on Democrats to pass sweeping criminal justice reform this year now that the party has a supermajority in the state Senate.

INDEPENDENT LENS: SERVED LIKE A GIRL

Monday, March 8 | 7pm on WMHT-TV
Served Like a Girl is a powerful and poignant look at a group of diverse female veterans as they transition from active duty to civilian life after serving tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.

10 STREETS THAT CHANGED AMERICA

Tuesday, March 9 | 8pm on WMHT-TV
A whirlwind tour of 10 streets that change the way we get around.

TO CATCH A COMET

Wednesday, March 10 | 10pm on WMHT-TV
Follow orbiter Rosetta as it attempts to land on the surface of a comet.

PASSPORT PICKS: Winter’s Fortress- The Alps l American Masters: How It Feels to be Free l Finding Your Roots: To the Manor Born

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Nature

The Alps: Winter's Fortress

Experience the hostile and bitter cold ecosystems of the Alps, shaped by snow blizzards.

American Masters

How It Feels To Be Free

How six iconic African American female entertainers challenged the entertainment industry.

Finding Your Roots

To the Manor Born

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. discovers the lineages that claim Glenn Close and John Waters.