This three-part miniseries based on Andrea Levy’s award-winning novel about the end of slavery in Jamaica follows July (Tamara Lawrance, King Charles III), an indomitable, young enslaved woman who works on a sugarcane plantation with her detestable mistress, Caroline Mortimer (Hayley Atwell, The Avengers). Their lives change with the arrival of the charming new overseer, Robert Goodwin (Jack Lowden, Dunkirk) who sets out to improve the plantation for both the enslaved workers and the mistress. “A beautiful, moving, horrifying adaptation of Levy’s unsimple tale.” —The Guardian (London)
Preview the programs that Arizona PBS is running this February in celebration of Black History Month — documentaries, awards, interviews and more.
Return to the beginning of the phenomenon Feb. 27 (streaming) and March 7 (on air). After the Titanic goes down, the Crawley family and their household meet the new heir. All the drama, romance, scheming and triumph lie ahead.
Without the chemistry of photosynthesis, ozone, and a molecule called Rubisco, none of us would be here. So how did we get so lucky?