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07/05/2018

Enjoy Even More of Your Favorite Programs on SCETV Passport

By Natalyn Klump

Great British Baking Show Passport

Even more of your favorite shows and episodes have been added to SCETV Passport, an ETV Endowment member benefit providing you with extended access to a rich library of public television programming.

The Great British Baking Show | Season Five
Follow the trials and tribulations of passionate amateur bakers whose goal is to be named the U.K.’s best. Each week, the bakers tackle a different skill, the difficulty of which increases as the competition unfolds. Binge the entire 10 episode season now! 

Antiques Roadshow | Newport Hour 2
Learn about antique and vintage treasures as they are appraised in a Gilded Age mansion. Antiques Roadshow travels to Rosecliff for finds including a Fabergé jade snuff bottle made around 1890, a Basquiat oil stick drawing and a General Wharton Civil War archive. Which is valued at $400,000?

Antiques Roadshow | Newport Hour 3
Celebrate as Antiques Roadshow wraps up its groundbreaking visit to Rosecliff mansion with even more treasures including a Tiffany & Co. sapphire and diamond ring, a Boston bureau table made around 1770 and M.C. Escher lithographs. Find out which is appraised for $100,000!

Antiques Roadshow | Green Bay, Hour 3
Discover Green Bay treasures with Antiques Roadshow including a Belle Epoque diamond necklace from about 1915, 1952 & 1954 baseball cards and a Cheyenne cradleboard made around 1895. Watch to learn which is the top find of the hour!

Nature | The World’s Most Wanted Animal
Join conservationist Maria Diekmann in the crusade to save pangolins, the most trafficked animal in the world. Learn more about these scaly yet endearing mammals whose basic biology remains a mystery, hampering conservation efforts.

Austin City Limits | Zac Brown Band
Savor an hour with Grammy-winning, multi-platinum Southern country rock act Zac Brown Band. The Atlanta octet performs songs from its latest record Welcome Home, as well as its greatest hits.

Royal Wedding Watch | A Wedding is Announced
Join hosts Meredith Vieira and Matt Baker to learn more about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and discover what it takes to be a royal bride in training. Historian Lucy Worsley reveals how Queen Victoria set the trend for the modern white wedding.

Going to War
What is it really like to go to war? Filled with terror, pain and grief, it also brings exhilaration and a profound sense of purpose. In Going to War, renowned authors Karl Marlantes and Sebastian Junger help us make sense of this paradox and get to the heart of what it’s like to be a soldier at war. Veterans of various conflicts reveal some universal truths of combat with unflinching candor.

American Masters | The Hedy Lamarr Story
Produced by Reframed Pictures in association with American Masters, the new documentary Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story explores how Lamarr’s true legacy is that of a technological trailblazer.

American Experience | The Chinese Exclusion Act
The 1882 law that made it illegal for Chinese workers to come to America and for Chinese nationals already here ever to become U.S. citizens.

Civilizations | Episode 4 Encounters
See how advances in seafaring and a thirst for trade and exploration sent human beings around the planet. Distant and disparate cultures met for the first time, and art became the great interface by which civilizations understood each other.

Civilizations | Episode 5: Renaissances
Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways.

First Civilizations | Episode 3: Cities
View the birthplace of civilization: the Middle East, site of the world’s first villages, towns and cities, from the hills of Turkey to the plains of Iraq. They were crucibles of invention and innovation — turbo-charging the pace of progress.

First Civilizations | Episode 4: Trade
Examine an ancient civilization unlike any other, that of the Indus Valley. Rather than imposing order through war or religion, it relied on the free flow of trade. The exchange of goods promoted wealth, co-operation and trust.

SCETV Passport is available as an additional benefit to ETV Endowment members at the $75 or higher annual giving level, or with a Sustaining Star membership of at least $6.25 a month. If you’re already an ETV Endowment member and would like assistance in accessing your SCETV Passport, please contact passport@etvendowment.org or 1-877-253-2092.    

Not an ETV Endowment member? Become one today with a $75 or higher annual giving level, or with a Sustaining Star membership of at least $6.25 a month, to enjoy all SCETV Passport has to offer. Please contact the ETV Endowment at passport@etvendowment.org or 1-877-253-2092 for more information.