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Go behind the headlines with host Meredith Vieira and historian Lucy Worsley for the history, ceremony, and traditions shaping the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The "Royal Wedding Watch" airs each weeknight counting down to live coverage of the royal wedding Saturday, May 19 at 2am (rebroadcast Sunday, May 20 at 12pm).

"What to Wear" Tuesday, May 15 at 9pm
Follow historian Lucy Worsley into the archives to see dresses chosen by previous royal brides. Experts and commentators join Meredith Vieira and Matt Baker to determine why royal style is dictated as much by protocol and etiquette as by fashion.
"Ceremony" Wednesday, May 16 at 9pm
Examine the ceremony and traditions at the heart of a royal wedding, which even a modern couple must follow. Experts, commentators and guests dissect the finer points of royal protocol, while Lucy Worsley surveys the history of royal marriages.
"How to Celebrate" Thursday, May 17 at 9pm
Learn how the royal family celebrates a royal marriage. Experts and commentators join Vieira and Baker to talk about everything from the carriage procession to the cake. Anita Rani reports from Windsor Castle, where preparations are in full swing.
"Happily Ever After" Friday, May 18 at 10:30pm
Join Vieira, Baker, experts, commentators, and guests for the final countdown. Anita Rani reports from Windsor, where crowds gather for the celebrations. Historian Lucy Worsley explores Kensington Palace, soon to be Meghan and Harry's new home.
"The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan Markle"
Watch live coverage of the Royal Wedding from the BBC starting Saturday, May 19 at 2am on RMPBS and rebroadcast Sunday, May 20 at 12pm.
This week on Rocky Mountain PBS...

Civilizations - Episode 5: Renaissances
Tuesday, May 15 at 7pm
Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires.

First Civilizations - Episode 4: Trade
Tuesday, May 15 at 8pm
Rather than imposing order through war or religion, the ancient Indus Valley relied on the free flow of trade.

Southern Colorado KIDS Fun Fest - June 2
Come celebrate the start of summer in Colorado Springs with RMPBS. Family activities include meeting PBS KIDS characters.

Nature: Super Hummingbirds
Wednesday, May 16 at 7pm
High-speed cameras reveal new scientific breakthroughs about these magical birds.

NOVA Wonders: Can We Build a Brain?
Wednesday, May 16 at 8pm
How does today’s artificial intelligence actually work—and is it truly intelligent?

Mosquitos, Ticks and Fleas, Oh No!
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Experts warn that mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas are spreading, and so are their tag-along diseases...

Colorado Experience: Gateway to the High Country
Thursday, May 17 at 7pm
Marvel at Colorado’s most famous tunnel: the Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnel, a massive engineering achievement.

Colorado Experience: Settling the Sand Dunes
Thursday, May 17 at 7:30pm
Learn about some of the first settlers in one of Colorado's most iconic National Parks. The Trujillo Homestead and the Medano Zapata Ranch have a history dating back to Paleo Indians.

Summer of Adventure
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Give your kids a summer to remember with Denver Public Library’s Summer of Adventure program. Sign up now at any Denver Public Library location.

Arts District: State of the Art NEW!
Friday, May 18 at 8:30pm
Tour CU Colorado Springs’ new state-of-the-art educational facility, presenting world-class dance, theater, music, and more in its opening year.

Business for Arts
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CBCA advances Colorado’s creative economy and strengthens cultural vitality by connecting business and the arts.

Little Women on Masterpiece, Episode 2
Sunday, May 20 at 7pm
As Marmee waits by her husband’s sickbed, the March sisters must fend for themselves at home. Stream all three episodes now with RMPBS Passport.
Rocky Mountain PBS News Articles

Colorado Congressman Sponsors National ‘Red Flag’ Bill the Same Week a Similar Measure Died in the State Legislature

Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colorado) announced he is co-sponsoring national 'red flag' legislation after the Colorado legislature killed a 'red flag' bill.


Bipartisan Sex Trafficking Bill Stalls in Senate Committee

A bipartisan bill aimed at increasing human trafficking training for law enforcement and schools around the state has stalled in a Colorado Senate committee.


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