Rare - Creatures of the Photo Ark
Journey with Joel Sartore in Spain where he photographs the alluring Iberian Lynx; to China to film the Yangtze giant softshell turtle; Cameroon, Joel hopes to glimpse the amazing Cross River gorilla, the rarest in the world.
The connection between Elise and Eryka intensifies, while an anonymous package gives the investigation its biggest breakthrough yet. Karl thinks he knows who Koba is, but why won't Bowden listen?
Renee Shaw and her guests discuss U.S. foreign policy. Scheduled guests: Gregory Hall, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce professor at the University of Kentucky; Timothy Rich, political science professor at Western Kentucky University; Dina Badie, politics and international studies professor at Centre College; and Jonathan Pidluzny, government professor at Morehead State University.
STEAM - Ideas That Shape Our World
Susan Schneider, cognitive scientist and philosopher, discusses her work for NASA that delves into the question: If we were to encounter extraterrestrial intelligence and consciousness...what might it "look" like and would we even recognize it?
In Frame: The Man Behind the Museum Hotels
21c Museum Hotels' vibrant and outspoken co-founder Steve Wilson navigates his way through a maze of art fairs and construction sites to bring his artistic vision - from both minutiae to momentous - to life.
Wild Alaska Live
Join hosts of Wild Kratts Martin and Chris Kratt as thousands of animals gather for Alaska's amazing summer feast.
Hannah's nightmares about water and drowning foreshadow events, including the appearance of Isha, an Indian woman in a red sari.
Comment on Kentucky
Bill Bryant and guest journalists discuss the week's news from the commonwealth. Scheduled guests: Ryland Barton from Kentucky Public Radio; Ronnie Ellis from CNHI News Service; and Allison Ross from the Louisville Courier-Journal.