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WITF TV Picks for the week of March 20, 2016

Written by John Kinzer, Production/Continuity Specialist witf | Mar 18, 2016 2:45 PM

Sunday March 20 at 8:00pm - Celtic Thunder: Legacy - Since its inception in August 2007 Celtic Thunder has wowed audiences the world over with their crisp vocal harmonies and powerful ensemble numbers.  Now the global Irish singing sensation that is Celtic Thunder present 'Legacy', their new stage show.
Monday March 21 at 8:00pm - Antiques Roadshow - Highlights from Boise, Idaho include a first edition of the Book of Mormon and a Madoura plate designed by Picasso as well as an 1858 oil painting by important Hudson River artist Sanford Robinson Gifford, valued at $300,000.
Tuesday March 22 at 8:00pm - American Experience: Last Days in Vietnam - During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, North Vietnamese forces closed in on Saigon as South Vietnamese resistance crumbled. With the clock ticking and the city under fire, an unlikely group of heroes took matters into their own hands.  
Wednesday March 23 at 10:00pm - Secrets of the Dead - Examine a world wonder so elusive that most people have decided it must be mythical. Now, this film proves that the spectacular Hanging Gardens of Babylon did exist, shows where they were, what they looked like and how they were constructed.
Thursday March 24 at 9:00pm - Father Brown - Father Brown finds himself embroiled with MI5, which puts Lady Felicia in a compromising position. To protect secrets in her own past, will she betray her friend?
Friday March 25 at 10:00pm - Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over - Featuring The DC5's iconic performances on The Ed Sullivan Show along with rare live concert footage plus their countless appearances on television with American musical icons as well as never-before-seen footage from Clark's personal archives.
Saturday March 26 at 10:00pm - Secrets of Selfridges - Two words are synonymous with the department store Selfridges: luxury and London. However, Selfridges was the brain child of an American, Mr. Harry Gordon Selfridge, who revolutionized the way that Londoners shopped by introducing a new American retail model that made shopping less of a practical pursuit and more of a luxurious adventure.

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