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Hosted by Geoffrey Baer, 10 Buildings that Changed America chronicles the groundbreaking works of art and engineering that changed the way Americans live, work, worship, learn, shop and play.
Hosted by Geoffrey Baer, 10 Homes That Changed America highlights ten homes that transformed residential living, from grand estates to pueblos to 19th-century tenements.
Take a whirlwind tour of the 10 engineering feats that made American civilization possible: from the Erie Canal and Eads Bridge, to the Holland Tunnel and Hoover Dam.
Geoffrey Baer hosts a whirlwind tour of America's top-10 monuments: from the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore, to the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and the AIDS Quilt.
Explore the serene spaces that offer city dwellers a respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life, from Savannah’s elegant squares to New York’s High Line.
Geoffrey Baer discovers how streets have connected the nation, divided communities, and changed the way Americans live, work, and shop.
Host Geoffrey Baer visits 10 influential planned towns that transformed America's ideas of community.
Wine expert Leslie Sbrocco travels the world with glass and fork in hand, indulging in delicacies, uncovering local hangouts, meeting talented artisans, and visiting restaurants, wineries and breweries.
Host and garden expert Nan Sterman explores farms, vineyards, gardens, native habitats and more throughout California and the West.
Host Kim Haas uncovers the richness and diversity of people of African descent throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America.
Chef Hubert Keller recreates some of the beloved Christmas dishes from his native Alsace.
Cast members count down the series’ 20 most popular recipes and look back on moments from the show’s two decades on air.
The team reveals the secrets to foolproof cooking by solving everyday cooking problems, testing equipment and tasting supermarket ingredients to save home cooks time and money.
In their first holiday special, hosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison and the entire cast of America's Test Kitchen share their tips and tricks for planning a stress-free gathering, while also recounting warm holiday memories.
Master woodworker Scott Phillips and co-host Suzy Phillips share woodworking tips for every skill level.
Annabel Langbein creates simple, healthy and delicious meals for family and friends by her idyllic lakeside cabin in New Zealand.
Recorded on working raches throughout the Midwest, painter Steve Boaldin captures contemporary cowboy culture on canvas.
Revel in the beauty of spectacular glaciers, stunning deserts and colorful rainforests with acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe.
Experts Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Roger Cook and host Kevin O’Connor tackle everyday home improvement projects and answer homeowner questions with house calls.
Host Melissa Lozoff and a designer help first-time parents create and furnish a nursery before their little bundle of joy arrives.
Julia Child and special guest bakers demonstrate recipes for an extraordinary variety of breads and an array of delicious desserts.
Host Mickela Mallozzi kicks up her heels in the Big Apple while discovering the dance and music traditions of New York’s vibrant neighborhoods.
Classically trained dancer Mickela Mallozzi experiences the world — one dance at a time.
Today's top jewelry makers create one-of-a-kind designs using easy-to-find supplies and innovative techniques.
Join Nancy Zieman and her guests as they share their love of the sewing arts.
Watercolorist Frank Clarke paints enchanting places in Ireland, Wales, Scotland and France.
The soft-spoken Bob Ross demonstrates the wet-on-wet technique while painting his trademark "happy" clouds, mountains and trees.
Veteran travel personality Erik Hastings ("Erik the Travel Guy") digs deep to reveal the “soul” of historic cities, including Gettysburg, Key West, Chicago.
The modern-day Indiana Jones travels around the world in search of adventure, wildlife and cultures untouched by modern civilization.
The second part of this celebration of the morning meal features visits to breakfast spots from Norwalk, Connecticut to Hilo, Hawaii.
This celebration of the morning meal visits unusual breakfast spots across America — from a Cuban cafe in downtown St. Augustine to an eatery in a shopping center outside Columbus.
Host Laura McIntosh visits crop-producing farms before innovative chefs turn each farm’s harvest into healthy gourmet meals.
Award-winning chef and restaurateur Michelle Bernstein explores Florida's Spanish roots through its cuisine.
Shot entirely on location, Travels & Traditions looks at the world’s history, culture, customs, festivals, and tourist attractions.
Painter Sean Diediker travels to natural, spiritual and countercultural sites, visiting the places and meeting the people who inspire his original paintings.
Chef Vivian Howard serves up the best of her Southern Christmas recipes and her husband's Chanukah traditions.
In the series' finale, chef Vivian Howard hosts an epic harvest feast featuring some of the show’s most beloved personalities, while revisiting memorable clips from past seasons and sharing never-before-seen footage.
Chef and restauranteur Vivian Howard explores Southern cuisine with a modern sensibility.
The special celebrates the life of the restaurateur, author, entrepreneur and television personality Paul Prudhomme (1940-2015).
View the unparalleled wild beauty, rich history and natural serenity of the Chesapeake Bay from 2,000 feet.
Whole-foods enthusiast Christina Pirello leads a fun and practical cooking class full of useful information and delicious, healthy recipes.
Chef and cookbook author Christina Pirello demonstrates whole-foods cooking without preaching, preservatives or pretense.
Christina Pirello prepares delicious vegan meals while discussing the impact of food choices on overall health and well-being.
This heartwarming holiday special captures the special sparkle of the Danube River during the Christmas season.
This festive holiday special showcases the music, sights and cuisine of New Orleans.
Host Christopher Kimball and a team of cooks supply techniques designed to add a little kick, and convenience, to everyday American cooking.
Host Mary Ann Esposito recreates authentic Italian recipes seen throughout her travels.
Custom furniture-maker Tom McLaughlin turns design inspiration into easy-to-follow projects for woodworkers at every skill level.
Former professional ballerina Miranda Esmonde-White helps people of all ages and fitness levels rebalance their bodies, increase mobility, and keep joints healthy and pain-free.
Host Miranda Esmonde-White performs her graceful routines in picturesque locations, incorporating a variety of standing, sitting, barre and floor routines.
Celebrity chef Christine Cushing takes viewers on a voyage of discovery, uncovering the fascinating traditions, philosophies and history of Chinese culinary culture.
With Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison at the helm, Cook’s Country reclaims, revives and restores classic American heirloom recipes.
Host Robin Shea's takes viewers on a motivating journey teaching them how to “clean up” classic Southern recipes.
Chef and cookbook author Nick Stellino prepares savory soups, authentic pasta and rice dishes and delectable desserts in step-by-step fashion.
Explore America's creative spirit through the language and traditions of the handmade crafts.
Eric Gorges meets the artists responsible for carrying the tools, trades and traditions of fine craftsmanship into the 21st century.
Host Jorge Meraz journeys south of the border to explore Mexico's people, vernacular, foods, customs and more.
Christine van Blokland explores the fine art, distinctive architecture and hidden histories of some of the world's most intriguing cities.
Cycle Around Japan Highlights offers a way to discover Japan by bicycle and provides useful information to enjoy the adventure.
Host Chet Garner criss-crosses Texas to explore big cities and small towns of the Lone Star state — from its well-known landmarks to its obscure dives and hideaways.
Design in Mind explores the life and work of renowned interior designer Bunny Williams.
Dining With the Chef introduces the techniques, ingredients and harmony of Japanese cuisine.
José Andrés, Rick Bayless, Carla Hall, Vivian Howard, Sara Moulton, Jacques Pépin, Éric Ripert, Marcus Samuelsson and Martha Stewart — gather together to screen — and delight in — favorite episodes The French Chef.
Dream of Italy host Kathy McCabe travels to Cortona to meet Under the Tuscan Sun author Frances Mayes.
Italian travel expert Kathy McCabe explores the food, wine, art and history of Italy.
Chef Lidia Bastianich’s shares her best tips for at-home meal preparation.
Chef, nutritionist and best-selling author Ellie Krieger shares time-saving strategies for healthy menu planning, food shopping and cooking.
Culinary legend Jacques Pépin creates mouthwatering dishes while demonstrating his impeccable technique.
This holiday special visits the charming Christmas markets of enchanting medieval and castle towns in Europe, set to Christmas carols performed by The Kingston Trio.
Join chef Ed Kenney and friends on a culinary adventure as they follow a food memory from Hawaiʻi to its origins that cross the Pacific Ocean.
Colleen Kelly reveals the ins-and-outs of family travel while exploring must-see destinations and attractions in the United States and abroad.
Rick Sebak meets the bakers and cooks from Maine to Minnesota who give master classes in making dough, adding fillings and crisscrossing a lattice top.
Host Rick Sebak celebrates the small, locally owned bakeries from Missoula, Montana, to Durham, North Carolina, and the tasty treats they create.
Chef Curtis Stone and friends travel to Australia, Italy, Spain and California to track the source of the delicacies Curtis serves at his Beverly Hills restaurant.
Host Aleksandra August meets chefs and home cooks from distinct regions of Poland before returning to her kitchen to recreate Polish dishes.
Ernest White II explores a common thread that bonds destinations together, including food, faith, natural elements and culture.
Beginner or expert, quilt enthusiasts will find inspiration in the tips, designs and techniques featured on each episode.
Meet the Brass sisters, two passionate food explorers on a mission to tackle their culinary bucket list.
Hosted by David Jackson, Food Over 50 delivers artistic and appetizing preparations of wide-ranging international recipes.
Whether entertaining, decorating or renovating, host Vicki Payne helps viewers infuse their homes with classic style and livability.
Three original black-and-white episodes from the 1960s feature Julia Child preparing some of her favorite French classics.
Innovative quilters reinterpret traditional techniques with a fresh, modern aesthetic in Fresh Quilting.
Host Katie DeTar discovers unique destinations, embarks on outdoor adventures, tours historic sights, and soaks in the local flavor in and around American cities.
In his garage workshop, artist and furniture maker Steve Butler creates a collection of fun and creative woodworking objects.
GardenSMART takes the mystery out of gardening with expert tips from horticulturists and successful home gardeners.
Award-winning artist Gary Spetz demonstrates his innovative watercolor-painting techniques in inspiring wilderness locales.
George Hirsch shares his deep culinary knowledge and well-honed techniques for the home cook and better-living lifestyle enthusiast.
The 2010 edition of this annual cooking competition featured 14 chefs preparing dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state.
The 2011 edition of this annual cooking competition featured more than a dozen chefs preparing dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state.
The 2014 edition of this annual cooking competition featured 18 chefs preparing dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state.
The 2013 edition of this annual cooking competition featured 16 chefs preparing dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state.
The 2012 edition of this annual cooking competition featured 16 chefs preparing dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state.
This program celebrates pre-Disney parks, visiting Playland in Rye, New York; Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana; and California's Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
The award-winning series combines the latest trends in eco-friendly outdoor living with traditional gardening know-how, farm-to-table cooking, and tips for preserving the harvest.
Growing Bolder features positive, uplifting and inspirational stories about men and women defined by their attitude, not their age.
Hands on Crafts for Kids offers creative crafting projects for kids 7 to 12.
Certified yoga instructor Sarah Starr guides viewers through an invigorating, fun and accessible yoga routine.
Host Alamelu Vairavan makes healthy and delicious meals using traditional Indian spices and cooking techniques.
Chef Wilbert Jones prepares healthy recipes for Kwanzaa using a few simple substitutions.
Children ranging in age from 6 to 14 learn about cooking and nutrition from host Kathy Powers.
Lifestyle expert, cookbook author and home-design expert Christy Rost plans a festive Thanksgiving dinner for family and friends.
Discover Georgia's hometowns, from the mountains to the coast, as told by their devoted and passionate residents.
Chef David Cordúa uncovers the diverse international flavors of Houston — from pho to fufu.
Irish chef Rory O'Connell prepares elegant dishes for cooks looking for something a little different for the holidays.
In his American TV debut, Ireland’s most experienced cooking teacher transforms humble ingredients into imaginative and delicious dishes
Chef Hubert Keller transforms his most famous dishes into easy-to-follow recipes, tailored especially for home cooks.
Phil Rosenthal, creator of "Everybody Loves Raymond," takes viewers on a funny, unforgettable trip through the international culinary scene.
Host Rick Sebak presents a tasty mix of slightly wacky historical facts with trends and quirky observations of America's infatuation with the creamy delight.
Julia Child invites into her kitchen some of the most well-known and respected chefs in the world, including Rick Bayless, Leah Chase, Daniel Boulud, Madhur Jaffrey and more.
David Yetman showcases the landscapes, peoples and history of North America and South America — from northern Canada's glacier-carved barrens to the tip of Tierra del Fuego.
Join host Charity Nebbe as she journeys throughout Iowa to meet resourceful farmers behind the heartland's distinctive flavors.
Travel county by county to seel the best of Ireland: from the broad golden shores of Sligo to the bustling excitement of Dubin.
Host Kira Hesser looks at life on the remote islands of Hydra, Sark, Inish Meain, the Aeolians, Zlarin and Krapanj, and Porquerroles.
Sewing and design experts use time-honored techniques together with the latest sewing tools and technology to create today’s hottest fashions and home décor.
Florist and author J Schwanke shows viewers how have fun with flowers and incorporate their beauty into their homes and everyday lives.
Jacques Pépin demonstrates his timeless cooking techniques and favorite recipes while sharing treasured memories.
Seeking inspiration from around the U.K. and the globe, host Jamie Oliver cooks up a delicious array of vibrant, hearty and healthy vegetarian dishes.
Host Laura Theodore cooks delicious, healthy meals and snacks without dairy, meat, eggs or animal products.
Journey with chef Joanne Weir as her curious nature and passion for good food take her on thrilling culinary adventures all over the world.
Host Joseph Rosendo enlightens and entertains in his encounters diverse peoples in exotic destinations all over the world.
English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the culture, meeting the local people, visiting historic sites and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks.
Julia Child visits nationally acclaimed master chefs, including Jacques Pépin, Alice Waters, Emeril Lagasse and Lidia Bastianich, to learn their techniques, recipes and culinary tips.
The film recounts the life and legacy of Julia Child, who introduced French cuisine to Americans through her public TV series, The French Chef, in 1963.
Chef and Lebanese-American Julie Taboulie celebrates the colorful and flavorful cuisine of Lebanon while demonstrating her her tried-and-true tips, tricks and techniques.
Chef Kevin Belton showcases the festival food of New Orleans — from fried oyster po-boy sandwiches to andouille gumbo.
Chef Kevin Belton continues his mission of teaching home cooks the hallmarks of New Orleans' flavorful cuisine while "letting the good times roll."
Kitchen Queens: New Orleans turns the spotlight on women who are changing the culinary landscape of New Orleans.
Co-hosts Connie Ellison and Lena Skvagerson and leading knit and crochet experts demonstrate new patterns, special techniques and stitch patterns.
Inspired by host David Dunlop’s infectious enthusiasm and encyclopedic knowledge, the series explores the lives and work of artists ranging from Monet to the Hudson River Painters.
Host Matt Paxton helps aging homeowners catalog a lifetime of belongings, locating treasured heirlooms and unexpected valuables in the attic, closet, or even under the floorboards.
Les Stroud, the star of TV’s Survivorman, finds fertile natural locations to forage and harvest wild mushrooms, salad greens, spices and more, which chef Paul Rogalski transforms into a three-course meal.
Host Brenda Piekarski leads a team of adventurers who hike, bike, climb and paddle through Minnesota.
Filled with tips and techniques, Lidia Bastianich conjures simple, seasonal and economical dishes with grace, confidence and love.
The series explores Asian food and drink while introducing the next generation of chefs bent on keeping the traditions alive.
Dedicated to the crafter, maker and artist, Make it Artsy showcases everything from mixed media to metalsmithing, using tools from saws to sewing machines, and materials from paper to wood.
Former fashion designer and craft book author Mark Montano demonstrates affordable, accessible and stylish do-it-yourself projects for the entire family.
MAKE48 takes an exciting look at the entire invention process, from idea to store shelf. Teams compete to develop a new product idea, plan it, prototype it and pitch it — all in just 48 hours.
Based on the popular Make: magazine, each episode inspires viewers to invent, revent, recycle, upcycle and act up.
Host Mike Colameco visits chefs, bakers, cooks, restaurateurs, stores, artisan producers and farms alike.
Join host Walt Grayson as he traverses the state of Mississippi from the Gulf Coast to the Delta and all points in between.
Best-selling author and outdoor expert Georgia Pellegrini shares teaches recipes, projects and skills for a self-sufficient life, and introduces viewers to memorable characters along the way.
Chefs Curtis Stone and Alex Thomopoulos team up with some of the country's most innovative chefs and food artisans as they cook up a feast using the best seasonal ingredients and each region's little-known food treasures.
Chef and cookbook author Diane Kochilas explores Greek culture and cuisine through its iconic dishes, storied past and colorful locals.
My World Too shares inspirational stories of environmental stewardship, organic practices and Earth-friendly innovations that viewers can apply in their own lives.
Irish chef Neven Maguire, already known on public television with his Home Chef series, travels around Ireland meeting interesting food producers and chefs and craftspeople.
Irish chef Neven Maguire travels around Spain to learn about its food, history and culture.
This fun, fast-paced cooking series features plant-based recipes created by an array of celebrities and special guests, including Olympic medalists, movie stars and a yoga master.
Chef Kevin Belton creates the distinctive dishes of New Orleans — from classic French recipes to soul food to German, Irish and Italian fare.
A rotating cast of Scandinavian cooks treat viewers to an eye-opening culinary voyage through Norway, Sweden and other locales.
In his most intimate series yet, Sicilian chef Nick Stellino invites viewers into his home to experience the recipes nearest to his heart.
Join chef Marcus Samuelsson on an inspiring journey across the U.S. to explore and celebrate the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture.
Host Vic Rallo celebrates Italy's authentic food, people, history, wine and culture — from the Alps to the southern shores of Sicily.
Avid adventurer Greg Aiello, a former mountain guide, explores the world's national parks and scenic wonders.
Artist Jerry Yarnell guides students through fine-art principles, including composition and advanced painting techniques.
Roger & Sarah Bansemer paint their way across the country, visiting out of-the-way places, historic landmarks and interesting towns.
Artist Buck Paulson teaches the basics of painting landscapes, still-lifes, seascapes and fantasy figures.
Artist and instructor Wilson Bickford's provides tutorials on a variety of landscapes and nature studies sure to interest both the novice and experienced artist.
Host Alessandra Poli shares authentic, inexpensive Italian adventures for travelers who want to experience Italy's rich artistic traditions.
Chef and cookbook author Pati Jinich explores a different region of Mexico, highlighting its diversity and the breadth and depth of its regional cuisines.
Barbecue expert Steven Raichlen help viewers take their grilling to the next level.
From the garden to the kitchen, garden expert P. Allen Smith presents creative tips and ideas for home and gardening enthusiasts of all levels.
P. Allen Smith offers growing tips, seasonal recipes and decorating ideas to help viewers incorporate the garden-to-table concept into their lifestyle.
Quilting Arts covers a variety of fiber art and mixed-media techniques — from sewing, surface design and embellishing to hand- and machine-stitching and DIY projects.
Host Jeff Wilson searches for outdoor excitement in Switzerland aboard one of world’s best rail systems.
Jeff Wilson showcases the Swiss rail system's world-class mainlines, stunning scenic routes and beautiful cog trains.
Jeff Wilson showcases the construction marvels and visual splendors of the Swiss rail system — from stunning scenic routes to pioneering steam locomotives and historic cog trains.
Adventurer Richard Bangs treks through remote Assam, India in search of an elusive rhino.
Adventurer Richard Bangs follows ancient trade routes to uncover what turned landlocked Switzerland into the crossroads of Europe.
Travel to Costa Rica with adventurer Richard Bangs as he uncovers the secret to Costa Rica's extraordinary biodiversity.
Follow explorer Richard Bangs as he sets off to uncover the history, myths and culture of the lost crocodiles of ancient Egypt.
Adventurer Richard Bangs uncovers how the Swiss harnessed the Rhone River to light, power and quench Europe.
Adventurer Richard Bangs embarks on an odyssey through Greece to discover the meaning and relevance of Greek mythology today.
Join renowned adventurer Richard Bangs as he seeks the mysterious life force that drives Hong Kong's great affluence, wisdom and balance.
Adventurer Richard Bangs travels to Morocco on a quest for the modern-day Kasbahs.
Richard Bangs travels to the southernmost reaches of civilization in the pursuit of an age-old Mâori tradition to protect the natural world.
Adventurer Richard Bangs reconciles Norway's violent past and progressive along its mountainous coast and in its bustling cities.
Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Pearl River Delta: Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong: Quest for Harmony
In China, Richard Bangs meets those seeking a civilized harmony with the natural world.
Richard Bangs sets off for old-world Europe to explore the birthplace of adventure travel.
This Emmy-winning series of specials follows adventure traveler Richard Bangs on his eco-minded investigations into the soul of a location.
Rick Steves shares the essential skills for smart European travel: itinerary planning, venturing off the beaten path, packing light, avoiding crowds (and thieves) and more!
Rick Steves experiences the local culture, cuisine, and fun in Europe's most interesting places, from great cities to off-the-beaten-path discoveries.
Rick Steves weaves the region's rich mix of culture, cuisine, history, and natural wonders into an hour-long special.
Rick Steves sails from Barcelona to Athens, while exploring the ins and outs and pros and cons of this popular travel option.
Rick Steves sails beyond Europe to explore the historic and cultural wonders of Egypt from the fabled city of Alexandria to Luxor's temples and tombs.
Rick Steves celebrates Europe's top 10 festivals, each one rich with tradition, great food and fun.
Rick Steves explores the "Eternal City" of Rome, a grand and ancient metropolis rich with exquisite art, vibrant culture and centuries of history.
Rick Steves teams up with the Cascade Symphony Orchestra for a musical journey that touches down in seven different European countries.
Rich Collier hits the streets of New York City on his one-of-a-kind, mobile studio to see how much the average citizen really knows about travel, cooking, gardening, arts & crafts, and all things “Create.”
Rudy Maxa ventures to Tahiti, Bora Bora and other atolls and islands to experience their translucent waters and vibrant culture.
Rudy Maxa and restauranteur Daisuke Utagawa explore the places in Japan many visitors miss — and the food that makes Japanese cuisine one of the world's most admired.
Travel journalist Rudy Maxa offers his sophisticated take on the history, architecture, culture, cuisine and people of some of the world's great destinations.
From Brooklyn to Shanghai — Emmy-winning host Samantha Brown seeks out the little-known spots and haunts in well-known destinations.
This special celebrates the unusual little restaurants and stands that still serve unique, locally famous sandwiches.
Chef Sara Moulton demonstrates how to put flavorful, healthy, home-cooked meals on the table with minimal fuss.
Savor Dakota explores the culinary landscape of South Dakota and the people producing food locally.
Journalist Brandy Yanchyk explores the vibrant cities, culinary delights, world-class attractions, unique characters and natural wonders of Canada.
Host Brandy Yanchyk explores the vibrant cities, culinary delights, world-class attractions, unique characters and natural wonders of the United States.
Nancy Zieman and her guests share the best in contemporary sewing, quilting and home-decorating ideas.
Hosted by chef Ming Tsai, the series features mouthwatering recipes, celebrity appearances and culinary road trips.
Travel in style for less and take charge of your own trips with advice and help from travel expert Rudy Maxa.
From Kauai's beautiful coast to Hong Kong's neon nightlife, Rudy Maxa delivers the best of this exotic and ancient region.
Chef Vivian Howard digs deeper into the lesser-known roots of Southern food, cooking and living.
Gary Bredow travels the country to learn what it takes to start a successful business from the ground up.
Stephanie Mansour and her team provide health, diet and fitness instruction for women.
BBQ expert Steven Raichlen elevates the backyard barbecue experience — from ember-roasting and salt-slab grilling to fire-heated iron and high-tech rotisseries.
Grilling guru Steven Raichlen explains traditional and cutting-edge smoking techniques while sharing crave-worthy recipes.
Follow chef Alvin Leung as he visits San Francisco-area restaurants.
Chef John Folse prepares dishes honoring the age-old tradition of fishing, and Louisiana’s world-famous cuisine.
Renowned Cajun and Creole chef John Folse examines Louisiana's culinary history and the influence of immigrants on its cuisine.
Chef Martin Yan crisscross both the Malaysian peninsula and Borneo in search of food, culture and adventure.
James Beard Award-winning chef and South Florida native Michelle Bernstein explores the Florida Keys in search of the local specialties, historic recipes and culinary characters that define Keys cuisine.
Join journalist and host Cat Neville for an eye-opening journey into the heart of the food movement. tasteMAKERS introduces viewers to artisans across the United States who are defining the flavor of American food today.
Host Joe Elmore travels the highways and byways of Tennessee, highlighting the state's unique personalities, crafts, places, foods and events.
Judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood search for the U.K.'s best amateur baker by testing the competitors' skills on cakes, breads, pastries and desserts.
Chef Ricky Moore traces the journey of the bonefish from ocean to plate while highlighting the seafood traditions of North Carolina's coastline and the contributions of black chefs and fishermen to coastal food culture.
The special celebrates the traditions, celebrations and small-town charms of France's Alsace region at Christmastime.
This Old House teams up with a Boston-area non-profit to renovate a foreclosed 1870s Second Empire home in the city's Roxbury neighborhood.
Follow home renovations from start to finish with America’s favorite team of experts – Norm Abram, Tom Silva, Rich Trethewey, Roger Cook and Kevin O’Connor.
Over dinner, journalist Kate Sullivan's guests– entrepreneurs, change agents, musicians, actors, newsmakers and others – discuss their early lives, their struggles, their successes, the American dream, and how they have tried to achieve it.
Trails to Oishii Tokyo takes an in-depth look at Japanese food available at Tokyo’s iconic market.
Follow host Darley Newman as she travels with local people in beautiful and awe-inspiring locations to experience history, culture, food, music, art and adventure.
Host Joseph Rosendo enlightens and entertains in his encounters diverse peoples in exotic destinations all over the world.
An adventurous married couple journeys around the globe in search of remarkable experiences, spectacular sights and fascinating people.
Rodman and Gina Schley dive head-first into the sustainability movement to see how they can make their urban lifestyle more eco-friendly.
Weekends with Yankee explores New England's spectacular natural landscapes, signature attractions and hidden gems known only to locals.
The documentary series explores the centrality of the quilt in American culture and revealing the unsuspected size, breadth and depth of the quilt culture.
Hosts Chris Orr and Dave Santina embark on scenic excursions in search of Nevada's hidden treasures and natural wonders.
Professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner explores the United States' wildest areas in search of that one great photograph.
Host Will Clinger goes off the beaten track to celebrate America's unusual festivals, offbeat museums and eccentric characters.
The Woodsmith Shop presents modern woodworking furniture projects, along with time-saving tips and techniques.
Host Roy Underhill uses only the hand tools of the pre-industrial era to craft chairs, tables and other heirloom pieces.
Best known for his marine-life murals, artist Wyland showcases techniques for painting nature and outdoor scenes while rendering his years of travel and adventure into works of art.
In the "Panda Capital of the World," chef Martin Yan immerses himself in Chengdu culture to learn about bamboo, hot-pot restaurants and spicy Sichuan cuisine.
Stacey Millner-Collins teaches the foundations of yoga to the at-home student Each episode focuses on a universal theme and includes basic meditation and breathing techniques.
Interior designer Holly Holden tours private estates containing distinguished collections of artwork, furniture and other interesting design elements.
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