This coming-of-age story examines how undiagnosed epilepsy affects the life of high school student. As the young woman struggles to cope with constantly feeling lost or being defined as “spacey,” Dr. Leuthardt reveals that not all epileptic seizures are obvious and offers a minimally invasive procedure that gives Riley a newfound clarity and confidence.
Inspired by one of Dr. Leuthardt’s patients, this story demonstrates how new therapies and emerging technologies, such as the brain-computer interface, are making second chances possible for people who have experienced stroke and other traumatic brain injuries.
The spotlight is beaming on drag shows and a passion play in an Arkansas town. With verve, humor and unfailing compassion, "The Gospel of Eureka" takes a personal and often comical look at negotiating differences between religion and belief through performance, political action and partnership.
The CIO Time Machine takes its final voyage, this time to 1923. Denver has just elected Benjamin Stapleton as its Mayor, Colorado and the entire country are living in the new Prohibition era, and a new music sensation, Jazz, is sweeping the nation with heavy influences from the Queen City of the Plains.
This special captures folk legends paying tribute to Pete Seeger. Noel Paul Stookey, Peter Yarrow, Tom Paxton, Holly Near, Tom Chapin, John McCutcheon, Dar Williams, Josh White, Jr. and others celebrate Seeger's 100th birthday in this historic concert.
The Doobie Brothers have been delivering roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock and roll for over four decades. In Nover 2018, they returned to the Beacon Theatre in New York City for the first time in 25 years to perform two of their landmark albums, Toulouse Street and The Captain and Me.
This program celebrates the legacy of one of America's greatest folk singers with this 1970 concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Features Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Country Joe McDonald, Odetta, Richie Havens, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Peter Fonda and Will Geer.
This 2007 concert celebrates the greatest hits of Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price. With the richest voices this side of the Rio Grande, the three legends give rousing performances on a treasure trove of honky-tonk and Texas swing tunes.
This program celebrates Aretha Franklin – the legendary Queen of Soul and the first woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – with her greatest hits from television appearances spanning the 1960s-2000s, many of which have never been seen in the U.S.
This week, AUSTIN CITY LIMITS revels in an hour with New Orleans funk masters Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, with special guest Cyril Neville. Shorty lays down the grooves with highlights from his recent Voodoo Threauxdown tour.
Experience Prince’s legendary talent and peerless showmanship at a dazzling show filmed on the cusp of the new millennium. Originally broadcast on pay-per-view at the end of 1999, the concert features performances of his timeless hits including "Kiss" and "Purple Rain."
Filmed at the remarkable Harris Theatre in front of a raucous audience, Chaka Khan and her 12-piece band deliver wonderful renditions of her funk classics such as "Tell Me Something Good," written by Stevie Wonder, and "I Feel For You," written and first performed by Prince.
The dome that crowns Florence’s great cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore – the Duomo – is a towering masterpiece of Renaissance ingenuity and an enduring source of mystery. Still the largest masonry dome on earth after more than six centuries, it is taller than the Statue of Liberty and weighs as much as an average cruise ship.
Defying the skeptics, Pan Am builds an airway to Asia, allowing its airplanes to hopscotch across the world's widest ocean by landing at five stepping stone islands: Hawaii, Midway, Wake Island, Guam and the Philippines. Air service from New York to London begins in 1939, completing a chain of airways encircling the globe. Part 3 of 3.
Hosted by two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, this edition of SHELTER ME features an innovative program where Alzheimer’s facilities foster orphaned kittens. This not only provides the kittens the 24-hour care they need to survive but also engages the seniors at the memory care facilities in profound ways.
Years ago, Flamant solved a series of murders by a masked killer. Now an identical crime has been committed. Is it a copycat or did Flamant catch the wrong person? Rushed to hospital for surgery, Professor T helps Flamant from his sick bed. In Flemish with English subtitles.
This collection of videos captures people trying to forge a "new normal" as they learn to live with the coronavirus. Videos include health care workers on the front lines, an Italian opera singer, a small-town official in France's hardest-hit area, and a Manhattan bagel shop owner.
Vivian is asked to lecture on chow chow, a quintessentially Southern relish, at Asheville’s first ever Chow Chow Festival. From there, her preservation education dives into Indian and Sri Lankan pickles, Puerto Rican escabeche and Korean kimchi.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson discovers how Vietnamese cuisine and culture have influenced New Orleans in delicious ways. From pho to banh mi, he learns how young chefs are taking culinary traditions and translating them for a new, multicultural generation.
Produced by the National Center for Race Amity, this program illuminates significant past episodes of collaboration and loving friendship that transcended race. In so doing, the film seeks to light the way out of the morass of racial prejudice and advance toward true equality, justice, and unity.
This special showcases the greatest singers and songwriters of the classic 1950s and 1960s folk era, including The Kingston Trio (pictured), Pete Seeger, Judy Collins, Harry Belafonte, Bobby Darin and more. Presented by John Sebastian, FOLK REWIND features a treasure trove of historical footage as well as some contemporary performances.
From the ethereal wonders at Mammoth Hot Springs, to the grandeur of Tower Fall, to its extraordinary wildlife, YELLOWSTONE SYMPHONY takes viewers on a spectacular visual journey through America's first national park. Set to classical music, the park’s magnificent scenery and wildlife are showcased as they change through the seasons.