Sunday, 8pm, Bio Grab the tissues, here comes another tearjerker involving long-lost relatives who are reunited with family. In this New Zealand production, Kim searches for her father, whom she hasn’t seen for 22 years, and at their father’s funeral Jo and Michelle discover they have a brother who was adopted out. The search begins. Such programs should revisit these people a year or so later to see whether it might have been better to leave well alone. why it’s taken me so long to come here.’’ In this hour he hops between Jewish and Muslim families, sharing meals and stories of their hopes and fears. He meets a young couple — he’s Jewish, she’s Palestinian — who run an organic cafe, a Palestinian who writes cookbooks and introduces him to roast watermelon, and a Jewish cafe owner whose daughter was killed by a Hamas rocket. All speak of their longing for peace.