ROADSHOW celebrates America’s hidden treasures from all 50 states with finds such as a Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin, a Kentucky sugar chest, and a 1960 inscribed To Kill A Mockingbird. Which is valued at $125,000? Part 1 of 2.
After a lucky find of a wild turkey in pristine condition, expert forager Les Stroud heads out with a local mycologist to gather one of the world's most sought-after mushrooms; Matsutake aka "Pine Mushrooms." Chef Paul Rogalski then prepares a delicious dish of mushrooms on toast followed by the best turkey Stroud has ever tasted.
In Charleston, South Carolina, Georgia invites a legendary queen of Southern cooking to come by and teach her the secret to her two ingredient biscuits, learns a Nigerian inspired cocktail from a local sommelier, and heads out on the water to harvest oysters. Georgia also shares her tips for setting a southern outdoor table.
In this special, Rick Steves travels through Ethiopia and Guatemala to learn about extreme poverty and its innovative solutions, including smart development aid, empowering women, child nutrition, and education.
This program celebrates farmers nationwide – sharing both the challenges and joys of growing food. Mike Rowe narrates the documentary which traces the changes coming to America’s agriculture as more people choose farmers’ markets, embrace farm-to-table restaurants and dedicate their lives to building local, regional food supply systems.
Each year, thousands of parade participants take to the streets of Manhattan to trek 2.5 miles in front of 3 million spectators and 50 million television viewers. This program follows Florida’s Tarpon Springs Marching Band in an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be part of the big event.
Everyday families have extraordinary stories. Looking back to the first half of the 1900s, OUR AMERICAN FAMILY seeks to document our American family heritage, one family at a time, before those voices are gone. In this special 6-part marathon, we share the stories of the Kurowskis (pictured), the Barreras, the Clarks, the Smiths, the Furutas, and the Youngs.