NJ PBS HDTV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for NJ PBS HDTV in the New York Area

This is the NJ PBS HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the New York Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

10:00 PMDeath in Paradise 
Neville must solve a mystery from the past that unlocks the truth of who murdered the concert pianist and why. Help is at hand, though, with the return of a former sergeant.
11:00 PMAgatha Christie's Marple 
When Tommy and Tuppence visit an elderly aunt in her nursing home, Tuppence is concerned by some odd behavior of the staff and residents. Later, when Tuppence hears about Aunt Ada's sudden death and the disappearance of her aunt's friend Mrs. Lancaster, she realizes her concerns were right.
12:34 AMDesign in Mind: On Location with James Ivory 
Viewers are invited into James Ivory's historic Hudson Valley home for an exclusive tour. He sits down to discuss his early love of architecture and the importance of place in his films.
1:02 AMBaptiste on Masterpiece 
Emma and Julien hope to discover the identity of Gomorrah, but instead discover another attack is planned. Now, the pair must race against the clock to prevent it.
2:00 AMFrankie Drake Mysteries 
Jake and Leslie find themselves trapped while trying to stop a robbery in progress. When Mal discovers his son is missing, he and Des try to locate Jake before it's too late.
2:45 AMMidsomer Murders 
Part 1 of 2. Barnaby and Winter investigate a murder at a music festival that saw the victim strangled with a violin string.
3:32 AMMidsomer Murders 
Conclusion. Barnaby and Winter investigate a murder at a music festival that saw the victim strangled with a violin string.
4:30 AMDeath in Paradise 
Neville must solve a mystery from the past that unlocks the truth of who murdered the concert pianist and why. Help is at hand, though, with the return of a former sergeant.
5:30 AMMotorWeek 
6:00 AMGrowing Bolder 
Tales of people who don't let old age, injuries, and other obstacles become a hindrance are told. Myrt Rose still pursues adventures at age 85. Martha Carswell continues to crave new challenges after surviving a horrific accident. Rabbi Ed Rosenthal founded the world's first-ever Jewish marine conservation organization.
6:30 AMGrowing a Greener World 
Young urban dwellers demonstrate how to cultivate sustainable vegetable and fruit gardens in yards. They also show how those who have the available garden spaces and those who have the farming know-how can mutually benefit by working together to grow food.
7:00 AMHistory With David Rubenstein 
Douglas Brinkley, Presidential historian and author, interviews host David Rubenstein.
7:30 AMThe Open Mind 
Conversations on a range of topics, from politics to pop culture, are featured.
8:00 AMState of Affairs 
Charleston Tucker is assigned to present a brief of issues to President Constance Payton.
8:30 AMThink Tank With Steve Adubato 
Bringing together thought leaders, innovators and experts from a variety of fields to explore the critical issues, trends and challenges facing society today.
9:00 AMConsuelo Mack WealthTrack    new  
9:30 AMNJ Business Beat with Rhonda Schaffler 
10:00 AMEmerge: An Njso Concert Film Trilogy 

How to Watch NJ PBS HDTV

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