Sunday night is part three (and the conclusion) of Cranford with the incomparable Dame Judi Dench on Masterpiece. Last week, I cried like a baby! You can join in on this – the ladies of Cranford, a small Victorian village – are an endearingly nosey lot, and there is plenty of matchmaking, love, and small town intrigue to make you smile and perhaps shed a tear or two.
Monday night – if you are into politics (or even if you’re not!) – don’t miss part two of FDR on American Experience. You needn’t see part one to appreciate this powerful, well written and directed biography of the president who led us through World War II.
On Wednesday, Depression: Out of the Shadows focuses on a disease that rivals all others in its burden on society, yet is remarkably under-diagnosed and under-treated. A thought-provoking 90-minute documentary is followed by a half-hour discussion moderated by Jane Pauley, who has had her own issues with the disease.
I will be hanging out at our community art fair in what they indicate will be rain and cold explaining digital television to people. Since to me this whole digital television mess is worse than a bad case of zits, I’m not much looking forward to it. Having said that, if the skies clear, I should get a bit of shopping and inspiration to even things out!
I leave you with my executive home office assistant at his place. Hopefully, I’ll have time to finish the art space this weekend and post it next week!