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Colonial House
PBS,

2004

| Reality

Colonial House is PBS's answer to reality television. Over the course of five months, "settlers" are forced to adapt to life as it was in the year 1628, on a desolate stretch of coastal Maine. As the group strains to establish a working colony with only the equipment and knowledge of the time period, viewers get a glimpse at life as the Pilgrims experienced it. It's like a living slice of history!


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.


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.


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.


Food: Delicious Science

Food - Delicious Science is the scientific story of the food on your plate. Michael Mosley and James Wong present a celebration of the physics, chemistry and biology that lies hidden inside every bite. Together they travel the world and take over the UK's leading food lab as they deconstruct our favorite meals, taking us inside the food, right down to the molecular level.


Ghostwriter (2012)
PBS,

1992

| Drama

Ghostwriter was the story of a group of New York City kids, brought together by the spiritual being known as "Ghostwriter". The kids work together, with Ghostwriter's help, to solve the mysteries they encounter. The series featured a cast of widely different ethnic groups, and focused on the concept of "making reading fun."


BBC World News America

Every weeknight, reporter Katty Kay presents in-depth reports on the major events of the day from the United States and around the world covering a variety of topics including politics and economic while placing them in a global context.


New York: A Documentary Film

This eight-part, 16½-hour television event explores New York City's rich history as the premier laboratory of modern life. A sweeping narrative covering nearly 400 years and 400 square miles, it reveals a complex and dynamic city that has played an unparalleled role in shaping the nation and reflecting its ideals.


Maya & Miguel
PBS,

2004

| Animation

Maya & Miguel is based on two 10-year-old twins who are Hispanic and go to school, and make new friends. The show describes the adventures of the Santo's Twins as well, as the lessons and experiences the twins have. It explains how the twins deal with their problems along with family and friends.


Okavango: River of Dreams

The Okavango in Southern Africa is a special river born in the highlands of Angola. Unlike most rivers that flow toward the shores of a nearby ocean, it instead runs inland through Botswana. After more than 1,000 miles, the waters of the Okavango create a huge river delta before finally disappearing into the Kalahari Desert. The Okavango Delta is a true natural wonder - an unlikely oasis and lush paradise in the middle of a hostile desert that supports and feeds an incredible abundance of wildlife. Here an all-star cast of charismatic African wildlife lives and dies in the timeless drama of survival. This three-part, blue-chip series, filmed by award-winning Dereck and Beverly Joubert (Nature: Soul of the Elephant), presents a unique ecosystem at its finest and most beautiful. Narrated by F. Murray Abraham.