KCET and PBS SoCal are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with an exciting lineup of environmental programming in April. New series and specials will feature content that spotlights the best of Earth’s natural world, while other shows weigh potential solutions to combat climate change.
PBS SoCal’s special lineup includes two new titles from the acclaimed and award-winning PBS programs “The Man Who Tried to Feed the World: American Experience” and “Independent Lens: Hottest August” as well as two, all-new specials: “Climate Change – The Facts” and “H20: The Molecule That Made Us Flow” both set to premiere on Earth Day.
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Nature: Naledi – One Little Elephant
Wednesday, April 15 at 8 p.m. on PBS SoCal
The heartwarming journey from tragedy to triumph, baby elephant Naledi faces loss and rejection in the wilderness of Botswana. A team of guardians save her life, urge her to survive and help find her place in the herd. Watch a preview.
Climate Change: The Facts
Wednesday, April 22 (Earth Day) at 8 p.m. on PBS SoCal
Thursday, April 23 at 11 p.m. on PBS SoCal
After one of the hottest years on record, Sir David Attenborough looks at the science of climate change and potential solutions to this global threat. Watch a preview.
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