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The Whitney Reynolds Show is a topic-based talk show that is dedicated to provoking positive change through real-life delicate issues. Everyone has a story, YOURS MATTERS.
Every week our viewers travel with us across the world to unusual locations where we visit beautiful, one-of-a-kind gardens. From ingenious tips to inspired plant combinations and landscape designs to abundant vegetable, flower and container gardens, GardenSMART packs every show with advice from experts. Plus an added benefit: Plenty of eye candy for the travel lovers in our audience.
Each program is designed to be an information-packed presentation of woodworking furniture projects, along with the tips and techniques to build them. Roundtable discussions explore a wide range of woodworking topics to help people set up and enjoy spending time in their woodworking shop. Whether viewers are just starting out, or have been woodworking for years, they’ll find something new in every episode. Host and Cast: Host Phil Huber is joined by fellow experienced woodworkers, Chris Fitch and Logan Wittmer.
Join host Connie Ellison for lessons and learning from leading experts for knitting and crocheting on a fresh, new set! Season 1200 features projects from trendy pocket shawls and flattering tunics to top-down beanies and mosaic afghans …. plus, handy pet covers and gnomes! Every episode features both a knit and crochet design---- plus join Lena Skvagerson for a featured scarf in the stitch corner, where you can knit or crochet along with her each week.
This documentary film highlights the fundamental importance of communication between patients, family members, and medical teams when managing cancer. The first natural history is provided of how a breast cancer patient and her husband journey through cancer over 3 1/2 years – from diagnosis through surgery, chemotherapy, breast reconstruction, and on to remission.
When Cancer Calls…is an 80 minute, professional theatrical portrayal of cancer communication on the telephone. Dialogue is drawn verbatim from the first natural history of recorded and transcribed interactions – 61 phone calls over 13 months – between an actual patient and her family members. A powerful and enlightening story is told of the critical importance of communication and social relationships as family members journey through cancer together.
Crossing South is a travel show which takes us on a journey South of the border. Bilingual travel companion and host, Jorge Meraz, helps us get to know the people, vernacular, foods, customs and places frequented by the locals. This series helps us see there is so much more to Mexico than what we hear on national news. There’s a lot to learn and fun to have right next door by Crossing South.
Inquisitive kids and Dr. Rob Stephenson take a hands-on approach to scientific exploration in Curious Crew!
As the country continues to face extraordinary challenges, small business owners everywhere are doing all they can to keep their dream alive. So, host Gary Bredow set out to talk with a wide range of diverse business owners to better understand how they’ve learned to adapt, innovate and even completely reinvent themselves. Start Up Season 9 travels through America’s beautiful southeast coast, From Wilmington to Burgaw, North Carolina, Myrtle Beach to Charleston South Carolina to Savannah, Georgia and beyond.
At a time of public outrage over anti-Asian hate crimes, this new documentary shines a light on everyday life in San Francisco’s Chinatown a century ago. Hundreds of photographs, serendipitously rescued from a Chinatown dumpster, chronicle the lives of an immigrant community from an insider's perspective. Through images from the early to mid-1900s, they reveal the artistry of a preeminent photographer of the time, preserving community life from civic parades to small businesses to fantastic Cantonese opera scenes.
Story in the Public Square is a weekly, public affairs show designed to study, celebrate, and tell stories that matter. The show is inspired by the power of stories to shape public understanding of important issues.
When Maria Lawton was six years old her family emigrated to the United States from the island of Sao Miguel in the Azores, a stunning archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Maria documented the cooking and food memories so vital to her childhood, rediscovering her family's traditional recipes and putting them into her first cookbook, Azorean Cooking: From My Table to Yours. As a complement to her book, Maria blends her love of Portuguese food, traditions, and culture with the cooking and travel series “Maria’s Portuguese Table”. In this first series she goes on an 8-part food and travel odyssey starting in Rhode Island USA to Sao Miguel Azores, to California. Rediscover one of the world’s oldest cultures with her!
Vietnamese boat refugee, Lauren Vuong, embarks on a decades long search for the heroic captain and crew of a US cargo ship that rescued her at sea at 7-years-old and saved her family and 57 other immigrants from certain death. Capturing the American hope and the American dream, this documentary is a universal tale of war, desperation, survival, and the serendipitous heroes who embody the best of humanity. This is a story needed now more than ever given the current anti-immigrant and anti- refugee rhetoric in the US and globally.
Thirty years of mammograms and trillions of dollars of research have had virtually no impact on breast cancer survival rates since the 1980s. Three courageous women navigate their way through medical fact and fiction while challenging the multi-billion dollar cancer industrial complex to find their way to health, hope, and healing.
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In Buffalo, New York a research team is studying the dreams of dying patients. By asking a single question “Are you dreaming?”, they are completely re framing the dying process. End of life experiences are intrinsic to the process of dying. film establishes why dying is relevant, what the dying process really entails, and why dying has been misunderstood for so long.