Two New Seasons of ‘Antiques Road Trip’ to Stream on PBS Living in April

This April, two new seasons of “Antiques Road Trip” will begin streaming on PBS Living.

“Antiques Road Trip” season 21 starts streaming April 17 and season 22 April 24. In the series, the antique experts head out in classic cars on journeys throughout Great Britain in search of unique items and bargain prices. After a days-long scavenger hunt, they attend an auction where they put their finds up for bid, competing against one another to see who makes the most profit. The antiques found along the way range from household goods to one-of-a-kind treasures, including historical artifacts.

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The subscription rate for PBS Living is $2.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. PBS Living is also available on Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app at a subscription rate of $2.99 per month with no additional annual fees.

Season 22 of ‘America’s Test Kitchen’ Available on PBS Living Channel in February

Season 22 of the Emmy-nominated show “America’s Test Kitchen,” the most watching cooking show on public television known for its cooking tips, techniques and advice, is headed to the PBS Living channel in February.

The subscription rate for PBS Living is $2.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. PBS Living is also available on Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app at a subscription rate of $2.99 per month with no additional annual fees.

In the 22nd season of “America’s Test Kitchen,” which starts streaming Feb. 11, hosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison, along with their team of test cooks, bring viewers more foolproof recipes and the results of exhaustive equipment reviews and taste tests. Viewers join the test kitchen cooks as they explore recipes from different cuisines, including Jewish baking, Italian-inspired dinners, Chinese comforts, Spanish fare, Armenian dishes and more. Recipes include Yeasted Doughnuts, Broiled Chicken with Gravy, Vegan Baja-Style Cauliflower Tacos, Goan Pork Vindaloo, Browned Butter Blondies, Bulgogi and other dishes. 

Also available on the PBS Living channel starting Feb. 24 is “The Life of Loi: Mediterranean Secrets.”

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‘Hidden Canary Islands,’ ‘Food Forward’ Series Among Programs Streaming on PBS Living Channel in November

Three programs launch on the PBS Living Prime Video Channel in November — the documentary Hidden Canary Islands, the series “Food Forward,” and the concert film Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen.

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Streaming starting Nov. 5 is Hidden Canary Islands, in which viewers explore the eight islands of Spain with travel journalist Peter Greenberg. 00These small islands feature a continent’s worth of landscapes, climates and stories. CBS News Travel Editor Greenberg explores the Spanish islands of El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Graciosa, Lanzarote, La Palma and Tenerife. 

Streaming starting Nov. 8 is the concert film Tom Lehrer: Live in Copenhagen. The film features a concert given by the noted musician and satirist. Lehrer spent his brief, yet remarkable music career writing and performing parody songs that entertained millions. Biting, intelligent and socially conscious, his songs were intimate commentaries on society and politics in the 1960s. This special, originally filmed for Danish television in 1967, features 17 of his best-known songs, including “The Elements” and “The Vatican Rag.” 

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Streaming starting Nov. 26 are 14 episodes of “Food Forward.” The series helps viewers learn about new ways humans can safely produce food without threatening the air we breathe, the water we drink and the soil under our feet. “Food Forward” showcases innovators and pioneers — food rebels — transforming the way we grow and eat our food. Viewers meet farmers, chefs, teachers, scientists, fishermen and ranchers in more than 50 cities across the country who are all providing new solutions to help combat America’s growing food challenges. Each episode incorporates beautiful cinematography, clever animation, cooking segments and original music videos. 

New Season of ‘Weekends With Yankee’ Among Titles Headed to PBS Living Channel in April

A new season of “Weekends With Yankee,” Great Performances: Roots of Latin Jazz, and the documentary Kea’s Ark are headed to the PBS Living channel in April.

The subscription rate for PBS Living is $2.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. PBS Living is also available on Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app at a subscription rate of $2.99 per month with no additional annual fees. 

Due April 2 is season six of “Weekends With Yankee,” in which explorer Richard Wiese and series co-host Yankee Magazine senior food editor Amy Traverso take a tour of the spectacular fall foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. They also see how Vermont wool is turned into yarn; find out how new life is being given to old sails in Portland, Maine; get a taste of old Paris infused with West African flavors in Boston; check out unexpected adventures such as the U.S. Toboggan National Championships; and discover the history of New England ingredients such as marshmallow fluff.

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Available April 4 is Great Performances: Roots of Latin Jazz, which examines the variety of Latin American music with the Raíces Jazz Orchestra, featuring two-time Latin Grammy-winning producer Tony Succar and musician, producer and educator Dr. Pablo Gil. Hosted by Grammy-nominee Sheila E., Roots of Latin Jazz reveals the unity between jazz music and Latin culture. Showcasing original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards, the film features Grammy-winning artists Richard Bona and Anaadi, among others. Location sequences capture the vibrancy of cities in the United States, Peru, Spain, Brazil and Cuba.

On April 1, the documentary Kea’s Ark will start streaming on the channel. In the 1980s, self-taught artist and engineer Kea Tawana designed and constructed a massive three-story high ark by herself in Newark, N.J., in an area fast becoming an urban wasteland. For years she had collected salvaged materials from abandoned buildings devastated by poverty and the 1967 riots. Kea’s Ark features archival clips of the ark’s construction and its removal after court challenges and protests to keep it failed, as well as interviews with artists, historians and friends who speak to the legacy of her vision. Although it no longer exists, Kea’s Ark remains a powerful symbol of hope in Newark and beyond.

‘This Emotional Life,’ ‘Dr. Barry’ Among Titles Available on PBS Living Channel in February

“This Emotional Life” and “Dr. Barry” are among the shows available on the PBS Living Channel in February. 

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Due Feb. 16 is season one of “This Emotional Life.” The series explores ways people can improve social relationships, learn to cope with problems such as depression and anxiety, and become more positive and resilient individuals. Host Daniel Gilbert, Harvard psychologist and best-selling author of Stumbling on Happiness, talks with experts about the latest scientific understanding of human emotions and how we can find support for the issues we all face. Each episode weaves together scientific perspectives with the personal stories of ordinary people, complemented by insight from celebrities such as Chevy Chase, Larry David, Alanis Morissette, John Leguizamo, Katie Couric and Richard Gere, among many others.

Available Feb. 8 is season one of “Dr. Barry.” The series follows a big-hearted veterinarian who leaves his job at a corporate vet office to start his own practice helping animals in need. Dr. Barry and his new team struggle to build his new veterinarian practice in northeastern Canada, while using all the resources and friends he can find to help injured and orphaned animals of all kinds. Each episode tracks the story of a regular patient, a special rescue, or an animal release and looks at one of Dr. Barry’s special projects to help animals at risk.

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Season one of “Wonders of Mexico” starts streaming Feb. 1. In the series, viewers journey through the seasons and discover the diversity of wildlife and a mosaic of vast landscapes in the country. The series explores Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula — home to the Maya and a forest rich in wildlife, including monkeys, jaguars and vibrant tropical birds. Then viewers travel south to discover black bears, fiery volcanoes, exquisite birds and millions of monarch butterflies. Finally, they journey across northern Mexico and witness a desert rich in life. From prairie dogs fighting snakes and bats hunting scorpions to tiny owls living in giant cacti, Mexico’s animals have found clever ways to inhabit Mexico’s landscape and survive against the odds.

Other titles coming to the PBS Living Channel in February include Israel: The Royal Tour, Mexico: The Royal Tour and Trinity: Classically Irish.