Winterfest 2015 goes live on LPB on Monday, November 30. At 7PM, see a special episode of Antiques Roadshow. The Boomer Years features vintage treasures from the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. That’s followed by Classical Rewind 2 hosted by actor and conductor David Ogden Stiers.

On Tuesday, December 1 at 7PM, see a brand new concert from Josh Groban with Stages Live. Groban performs classic Broadway songs including “Try to Remember,” “Pure Imagination,” and more.

More great music Wednesday, December 2 at 7PM when Andrea Bocelli performs memorable songs from blockbuster movies. That is followed at 9 by Songbook Standards: As Time Goes By. Join host Jack Jones for rare footage of performances by Johnny Mathis, Nat King Cole, Perry Como, and others.

The laughs are on LPB Thursday, December 3 at 7PM with Doc Martin: Seven Grumpy Seasons. Go behind the scenes of the hit series which features interviews with producers, cast members, and the director.

Saturday December 5 at 7PM, trace the career of The Carpenters and hear some of the duo’s hit songs. That is followed by an encore of Josh Groban: Stages Live.

Sunday, December 6 at 8PM, start your holiday season off with The Three Tenors Christmas, with traditional and classical holiday songs.

See a brand new LPB production on Monday, December 7 at 7PM. The second edition of Louisiana Travels with Charlie Whinham takes viewers on a photography field trip of the Atchafalaya Basin with famed photographer C.C. Lockwood. Also, go on safari at Global Wildlife Center in Robert, Louisiana. That’s followed by the talented Il Volo: Live from Pompeii.

Tuesday, December 8 at 7PM, enjoy a new concert from the amazing Irish group in Celtic Woman: Destiny. In addition to the musical entertainment, find out how you can get tickets to their 2016 Louisiana concert.

Take a look back at Louisiana musical performances from LPB productions over the last 40 years as LPB presents LPB’s Musical Roots: A Look Back Thursday, December 10 at 7PM.

Friday, December 11 at 9PM, LPB honors the late, great legend in A Tribute to Toussaint. The program features Dr. John, Trombone Shorty, Irma Thomas, Deacon John, and others, plus Toussaint himself.

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