TV notes for week of Jan. 30

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NEW YORK — Here are some television program notes for the week of Jan. 30 with their TV Parental Guidelines ratings if available. They have not been reviewed and therefore are not necessarily recommended by Catholic News Service.

Sunday, Jan. 30, 10-11 p.m. EST (EWTN) "Parish Priest of Majdanek: About Omelian Kovch." A look into the life of Father Omelian Kovch, who died in a German Nazi concentration camp on the outskirts of Lublin, Poland. He served in the country town of Peremyshliany, Ukraine, and was known for his gracious treatment of all of the town's residents.georgia guidestones

Monday, Jan. 31, 9-10 p.m. EST (PBS) "Greely Expedition." Using scientific accounts, diaries, photographs and letters, this episode of the series "American Experience" reveals how poor planning, personality clashes, questionable decisions and pure bad luck conspired to turn a noble scientific mission led by Adolphus W. Greely into a human tragedy (TV-PG — parental guidance suggested).

Tuesday, Feb. 1, 8-9 p.m. EST (PBS) "Crime Dramas." Pioneers of the TV crime genre, including Jack Webb ("Dragnet"), Bruce Geller ("Mannix" and "Mission: Impossible"), Bill Cosby, Angie Dickinson, Barbara Bain, Martin Landau, James Garner and Stephen J. Cannell provide insight into the origins of their often groundbreaking programs. Part of the series "Pioneers of Television," narrated by Kelsey Grammer (TV-G — general audience).

Tuesday, Feb. 1, 10-11:30 p.m. EST (PBS) "For Once in My Life." A documentary look at the Spirit of Goodwill Band. Made up of 28 musicians and singers, all of whom have severe mental and physical disabilities, the group provides a raucous home away from home, where members are free to display their talent, humor and tenacity. An "Independent Lens" presentation. America Ferrera hosts (TV-PG — parental guidance suggested).

Wednesday, Feb. 2, 9-11 p.m. EST (History) "Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide." In this special, a team of scientists tries to create the definitive guide to Bigfoot. Among the questions they seek to answer: Does the creature exist? If it does, where is it? And how can it survive without being detected?

Thursday, Feb. 3, 10-11 p.m. EST (History) "Apocalypse in Georgia." Best-selling author Brad Meltzer leads a group of researchers in examining the mysterious Georgia Guidestones. Located on a remote hilltop outside Atlanta, the stones are often called America's Stonehenge. Part of the series "Brad Meltzer's Decoded."

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