This week on WGCU TV
. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 8 p.m., "Time Team America" Topper, S.C.
The team wades into the swamps of South Carolina to find out about North America's first human inhabitants. Experts debate when people first came to this land.
. THURSDAY, JULY 16 9 p.m., Inside Rolling Stones in Rio
The Rolling Stones are staging a free concert for an estimated 1.5 million people. Go behind the scenes of the extreme challenges crewmembers face to pull it all together.
. FRIDAY, JULY 17 8:30 p.m., "Connect! Special Edition" Crisis in Paradise: Feeding the New Hungry
Due to a troubled local economy, thousands of Southwest Florida families are going hungry, some for the first time in their lives. See how the community is coming together to address the crisis and how you can help with the urgent need. Hosted by Jim McLaughlin.
. SATURDAY, JULY 18 11 p.m., "Soundstage"
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Live from Gatorville
Masterpiece Mystery! "Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers return to Gainesville, Fla., to play their first hometown show in 13 years. . SUNDAY, JULY 19 9 p.m., "Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple: They Do It With Mirrors"
Miss Marple is asked to help old friend Carrie-Louise (Penelope Wilton), who has been slowly poisoned by an unknown hand. Together with Carrie's husband, Lewis Serrocold, and sister, Miss Marple must race to save her friend from a mysterious menace. Also starring Brian Cox and Joan Collins.
. MONDAY, JULY 20 9 p.m., "History Detectives"
Tokyo Rose Recording; Crazy Horse Photo; World War II Diary.
. TUESDAY, JULY 21 9 p.m., "NOVA ScienceNOW"
Renowned paleontologist George Poinar, who has announced his discovery of multiple clues to parasitic pandemics that could have been just as instrumental in wiping out the dinosaurs as the hypothesized asteroid impact; the beauty — and dangers — of the northern lights; two drugs that may help kids with muscular dystrophy or the frail elderly; and a profile of rocket scientist and astronaut Franklin Chang-Diaz. ¦