May 17
at 8pm
Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. delves deep into the roots of two African-
American guests, actor S. Epatha Merkerson and athlete/ television personality
Michael Strahan.
Freedom Tales
The Library of Congress
Gershwin Prize
for Popular Song
Singer-songwriter Lionel Richie
receives the 2022 Library of Congress
Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at
an all-star tribute in Washington, D.C.
May 17 • 9pm
Tyrus WongDiscover the art, life and enduring
impact of Tyrus Wong, the renowned
Chinese American painter behind
“Bambi” and “Rebel Without a Cause,”
who once exhibited with Picasso
and Matisse, via new and never-
before-seen interviews,
movie clips and art.
May 17 • 10pm
May 18 • 10pm
Journey to South America and explore
the magnificent flora and fauna of
Colombia, from the wild, largely
deserted Pacific coast to the snow-
covered volcanoes of the Andes, from
the plains of the Orinoco region to the
rainforests of the Amazon.
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Discover more standout treasures from
Colonial Williamsburg, including a
Tony Walton "Mary Poppins" design
sketch, an astronaut signed Mercury
Project book, and a Gallet flying
officer "Red Tail" chronograph.
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Hour 2
Scenes From
The Glittering
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Following three Indigenous students,
“Scenes from the Glittering World” is
a meditation on adolescence,
trauma, and the power of
connecting with an isolated
Navajo homeland.