Beat the Texas summer heat with drama, history and feel-good stories – all coming to KAMU in June! Plus, your favorites aren’t going anywhere. Enjoy episodes of NOVA, Nature, This Old House, Antiques Roadshow, All Creatures Great and Small and Broadchurch all month long.
Sunday, June 19 • 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
KAMU celebrates Juneteenth with two documentaries. First, Mending Walls, the story of 30 artists coming together for a collaborative project about empathy and racial justice. Later that afternoon, KAMU is proud to present the PBS premiere of Juneteenth: The Galveston Story. Two Texas A&M graduates produced the documentary, which explores the history of the holiday and why Galveston was the place it was first celebrated.
Endeavour, Season 8
Sundays at 8 p.m., starting June 19
Gripping detective show Endeavour returns with the premiere of Season 8. The year is 1971 – and after a harrowing Season 7 finale, our heroes are tasked with solving three new compelling cases, while still reeling from everything they’ve been through. After the premiere, if you can’t wait for the rest of the season to air, subscribe to KAMU Passport to binge all three episodes at once.
The Great American Recipe
Fridays at 8 p.m., starting June 24
An uplifting, feel-good series about what makes American food unique and iconic. Think The Great British Baking Show, with talented home cooks competing head-to-head with their signature dishes. The nationwide search for the best recipe begins the last Friday of the month, and continues every week throughout the summer.
Don’t forget about our great radio offerings! Our local series Garden Success and The Heart of Art continue with more gardening advice and more great guest artists.