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Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen
PBS,

2017

| Reality

For the first time, chef Nick Stellino invites viewers into his home to experience the recipes nearest to his heart in the 13-part series NICK STELLINO: STORYTELLER IN THE KITCHEN. Throughout the program, Nick travels down memory lane to revisit dishes inspired by his childhood and family in Sicily. He demonstrates step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow techniques, bringing Italian classics to life in a way that allows viewers to prepare new chapters in their own culinary experience.


World Class Trains
PBS,

2000

| Documentary

Eagle Media takes you around the world to explore the hidden nooks of the world with the World Class Trains series. Learn the history and the intricacies of these historic transports. Explore Europe, India, Africa, Mexico, and Western Canada from the inside of some of the most elegant and famous train tours in the world.


Let's Go Luna

"Let's Go Luna!" is an animated television series created by Joe Murray, creator of Rocko's Modern Life (Nickelodeon) and Camp Lazlo (Cartoon Network). The show focuses on three friends, Leo the wombat (from Australia), Carmen the butterfly (from Mexico), and Andy the frog (from the United States) who travel around the world via "Circo Fabuloso," their parents' traveling performance troupe. Along their stops, Luna the moon teaches them about the local languages, music, and other daily routines.


Raw to Ready
PBS,

2013

| Documentary

Explore the science, innovation and sheer genius it takes to transform the most basic ingredients into powerhouse machines. From aircraft to big rigs to earth movers, venture deep inside factories and witness the hard work and craftsmanship necessary to build these incredible machines. Uncover the hidden stories of human ingenuity that have transformed the earth's most essential raw materials into monumental marvels of modern technology. Natural resources, critical moments in time and human ingenuity forge the world's most awe-inspiring machines.


Raggs
PBS | Children
Rating: 3/5

"Raggs" is a half hour live action television series about five colorful, costumed dogs who make great rock 'n roll music as a band and share life together in their own clubhouse. Each episode is focused on life lessons as Raggs and his friends discover the joy of learning something new or preparing for a new activity in a world understood by the 3-6 year old preschooler. Each show's theme is supported by multiple segments including the live action story; music videos; animations; interviews with the band's pet cat, Dumpster; and live concerts.


Frontier House
PBS,

2007

| History, Reality

The Year: 1883. The Place: The Montana Territory. The Challenge: Blizzards, hunger, scorching sun, forest fires, the neighbors, and more ... Three modern families experienced life on the American Frontier. If you think you know everything that happened ... You don't.


Danger Rangers

This half hour animated series uses action-adventure, comedy and music to entertain, educate and empower children to Think Safe, Play Safe & Be Safe! This seven member action adventure team of animal characters teach kids the importance of safety through an action adventure episode. Each episode introduces an "arch nemesis" that never wants to play by the rules...enter the Danger Rangers to the rescue.


Evolution
PBS,

2001

| Documentary

Evolution determines who lives, who dies, and who passes traits on to the next generation. The process plays a critical role in our daily lives, yet it is one of the most overlooked - and misunderstood - concepts ever described. The Evolution project's eight-hour television miniseries travels the world to examine evolutionary science and the profound effect it has had on society and culture. From the genius and torment of Charles Darwin to the scientific revolution that spawned the tree of life, from the power of sex to drive evolutionary change to the importance of mass extinctions in the birth of new species, the Evolution series brings this fascinating process to life. The series also explores the emergence of consciousness, the origin and success of humans, and the perceived conflict between science and religion in understanding life on Earth. The Evolution series' goals are to heighten public understanding of evolution and how it works, to dispel common misunderstandings about the process, and to illuminate why it is relevant to all of us.


Jazzy Vegetarian
PBS,

2011

| Cooking/Food

Host Laura Theodore prepares and shares her tasty vegetarian recipes. Laura Theodore presents easy vegetarian cooking to health-conscious viewers of all ages. Basing her healthy meals and snacks on traditional American cuisine, Laura prepares recipes without dairy, meat, eggs or animal products. From festive zucchini lasagna to chocolate desserts, Laura's recipes are also cholesterol-free. Other dishes include sunflower avocado rolls, pasta with broccoli and sun-dried tomatoes, oven-baked Moroccan stew and apple muffins with pumpkin seeds.


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