8pm DEATH IN PARADISE - Crime Drama
YE OF LITTLE FAITH - While a team of airline crew stay in a hotel on Saint Marie, air stewardess Natasha Thiebert is found dead. Humphrey investigates Natasha's death and discovers she had been informed of a promotion within the airline just hours before her murder. As evidence suggests that the pilot, Adam Frost, had been in Natasha's room prior to her death, the team are keen to talk to him. They find a bottle of poison in Adam's room with his fingerprints on, indicating he murdered Natasha, but Humphrey believes Adam is being set up.
9pm WEST OF THE WEST: Tales From California's Channel Islands - Documentary Introduced by Joe Walsh of the legendary band The Eagles, and told from the view point of the native people who’ve inhabited and experienced the Channel Islands, the three-part documentary series explores the history, geography, archaeology and biology of the eight islands off the California coast.
SETTLERS - features four tales on how the Channel Islands were settled by people of European descent. One account includes Tim Vail, a fourth generation rancher on Santa Rosa Island who shares a personal history of his family’s involvement there while lamenting the end of their cattle operation after a century. Also chronicled are the maritime dangers posed by the Channel Islands and its waters holding the wrecks of more than 500 vessels. Catalina, the most widely known of the Channel Islands and the only one still privately owned, was developed by William Wrigley Jr., who purchased the island sight unseen in 1919. Its glory years of movie stars, the Chicago Cubs and big band dancing, as well as its struggles to stay relevant today are chronicled by Wrigley's great-grand-daugher Alison Rusack.