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BY Daniel J. Engler
All Times Eastern
SUNDAY, 8 p.m.
After locals in Equatorial Guinea killed his parents in 1967, “Snowflake,” an
albino western lowland gorilla, was brought to Barcelona. Before he died in
2003, studies of Snowflake and his companion Muni helped scientists see
gorillas’ intelligence and gentleness, create more natural zoo enclosures and
understand wild gorillas’ nature.
We Left Earth: The NASA Missions
Tonight’s 60-minute episodes are the first two in a six-part series that
continues same time June 15 and concludes June 22. Archival footage and
interviews with astronauts and ground crew personnel reprise the bold
achievements of the Mercury, Apollo and Gemini missions and profile today’s
MONDAY, 4 p.m.
to Sell: Top 35 Selling Secrets
& GARDEN TV This show’s teams in Los Angeles, Chicago and
Washington, D.C., combine to give families 35 secrets of real estate, design
and handyman professionals.
Cleveland Orchestra in Performance
This 90-minute program takes us to the beautiful Baroque Basilica of Sts.
Florian and Augustine at the Abbey of St. Florian, outside Linz, Austria, to
hear the Cleveland Orchestra, under Austria-born Franz Welser-Most, perform
Anton Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony. Bruckner (1824-1896) was a choir boy,
chorister, teacher and master organist at the abbey and is buried in the
basilica beneath the organ he long played.
Not Afraid Family Hour, with Family Rosary
TV These shows from the Ohio-based Apostolate of Family Consecration
combine catechesis and prayer so the whole family can learn the Faith, hear
from Pope John Paul II and Blessed Mother Teresa and say the Rosary together.