Link: Five TV reasons to be cheerful in mid-February

From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:

Five TV reasons to be cheerful in mid-February
Songs of Freedom, (Vision TV, Fridays, 10 p.m.) is glorious. The Canadian opera singer Measha Brueggergosman performs an immensely powerful selection of spirituals – “music that emerged from Africa out of the slave trade to America.” Brueggergosman is one of our great cultural assets and here, in a program made by Rhombus Media and directed by Barbara Willis Sweete, she unleashes sublime interpretations of such material as Amazing Grace, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Go Tell it on the Mountain and Go Down Moses. Continue reading.

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One thought on “Link: Five TV reasons to be cheerful in mid-February”

  1. My February TV Thoughts
    5 shows I’m currently enjoying most: Downton Abbey, The Originals, The 100, Empire, Nashville
    5 shows on hiatus I’m missing the most: Orphan Black, Outlander, Vikings, Longmire, Finding Carter
    5 shows returning or debuting in the next 30 days I’m most excited about: X Company, Vikings, Secrets & Lies, Battle Creek, American Crime

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