More Shows to Enjoy in March

More Shows to Enjoy in March

We hope you’ve enjoyed KAMU’s TV programming this month. We’ve talked a lot in our email newsletter (it’s free to subscribe!), on our website and on social media about the big shows coming in March: Season 13 of “Call the Midwife,”Nolly” with Helena Bonham Carter and re-runs of Season 2 of “Texas A&M Today.” But there are always more programs on our schedule that we think you’ll like. Here are a few to consider watching:

Alice & Jack

Six Episode Season
Sundays at 9 p.m. beginning March 17

Are the bonds between us greater than the forces that would tear us apart? This melancholy British romance puts that question to the test. More honest about human behavior than most dramas, “Alice & Jack” explores how love plays out between two very different people over 15 years. Oscar-nominated actress Andrea Riseborough (“To Leslie,” “Birdman”) and Domhnall Gleeson (“The Revenant,” “About Time”) play characters who, despite their connection, struggle to be together.

Dante: Inferno to Paradise

Two-Part Documentary
March 18 and 19 from 7-9 p.m.

There may never be another poetic masterpiece like Dante’s “The Divine Comedy.” The Italian poet created one of the greatest pieces of Western literature using epic structure and range — and 13 years of work. Documentarian Ric Burns profiles the power, beauty and drama of the poem in this new, two-part film. Journey through Dante’s hell, purgatory and heaven and learn about the turbulent times the author lived in. 

Menus-Plaisirs — Les Troisgros

Tasty Four-Hour Film
Friday, March 22 at 8 p.m.

If a more… appetizing… documentary suits your taste buds, sample this French film (with subtitles) about what it takes to maintain the standards and quality of a Michelin-starred restaurant for more than 50 years. The Troisgros family owns three prestigious restaurants in central France. Keeping their stars means ingenuity, tradition and restless creativity. Don’t let the four hours scare you; critics say it’s absorbing from start to finish.

NOVA: A.I. Revolution

One-Hour Special
Wednesday, March 27 at 8 p.m.

In mere seconds, AI can now answer complicated questions, write essays and generate images. “NOVA” investigates: should we celebrate or worry?

Researchers are trying to use AI to find big solutions in everything from medicine to climate change. But there’s no definitive answer on what the future could hold for the technology. If media coverage of AI has you confused, look to this film from TV’s most trusted science program to gain a deeper understanding.

Check out our TV schedule for more shows to watch. On KAMU, there’s something for everyone.

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