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Japan
Konechiwa! Hello and welcome to Globetrotting. In this episode we head to Japan and discover the rich culture, food and lifestyle of one of the world's most exciting countries. In Tokyo, we check out some of the latest advances in…
Climate Change 2: Beyond Global Warming
The reality of climate change is now beyond any doubt. The most dramatic upheavals are occurring in the Earth's northern polar regions, where communities there are facing unprecedented changes. This timely documentary, the second of two on climate change, goes…
The Sad Story of the Banana - Dangers of Pesticide Abuse
"Highly Recommended. This is the real story behind the cosmetic banana; the perfect flawless fruit that appears on tables everywhere. Although the sub-title highlights dangers of pesticide abuse, the program covers broader issues regarding banana plantations in Central America. It…
Aldo Leopold 2: "A Sand County Almanac"
"If the eco of ecology has literary cornerstones, they are Thoreau's 'Walden,' Marsh's 'Man and Nature,' Carson's 'Silent Spring,' and Leopold's 'A Sand County Almanac.'"-Sierra Club Magazine "The power of 'A Sand County Almanac' is that it helps us see…
Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington (1856 - 1915) was born into slavery in Virginia. After emancipation he worked his way through college, attending the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute (today, Hampton University) and Wayland Seminary, became a teacher; then was chosen to…
South Africa 1: Cape Town
This is a memorable tour of Cape Town, South Africa, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, which is situated on the southwestern tip of Africa and includes historic buildings of the Old Cape Dutch and English architecture.…
Leonardo DiCaprio
Named after the famous painter because his pregnant mother was viewing the works of da Vinci when she first felt baby son kick, the talented actor Leonard DiCaprio got his break in Hollywood at the age of sixteen. Playing the…
The Boeing 787 - A Revelation in Air Travel
The Boeing 787 may not look different, but according to it's manufacturers it is a revolution in air travel and will help preserve the natural resources of the planet. Similar to the Airbus A380, the plane is made from carbon-fiber…
Nature
Native American Gene Poorbear starts our love of nature program off helping us better understand the meaning of sunrise; then we travel to meet to the Prock Elk Ranch in Montrose, Colorado to get Roger Prock's perspective of elk ranching.…
California Indians 3 & 4
The Missions and 7 Southern Tribes: California's missions are a lasting reminder of the days when the first Europeans pioneered this great land; also, they can remind us of the native people who lived here and whose way of life…
Fritz Scholder: Painting the Paradox
This is an impressionist study of Fritz Scholder (Luseino, 1937-2005), who was one of America's most respected Native American artists. Directed by the best-selling author Paul Perry ("Saved by the Light" and "Mastering Miracles") and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winning…
Aldo Leopold 1: His Life and Thought
Narrated by Lorne Greene (Bonanza), this classic documentary presents the biography of Aldo Leopold (1887-1948), a renowned scientist, educator, philosopher, scholar and writer, who has been called the "father of wildlife ecology," as well as the "father of wildlife management";…
California Indians 1 & 2
Sir Francis Drake and the Miwok Author Geoge Emanuels (Early California Voyages; A Mid-California Illustrated History) presents a profile of Sir Francis Drake, the first European to encounter the Native people of northern California; then he takes us on a…
The Life and Work of Frank Hurley
"Frank Hurley's pictures bring an ill-fated Antarctic voyage back to life - absolutely first-rate photojournalism by a cameraman who had no reasonable expectation of survival." -Time Magazine "Photography within the Antarctic Circle is a challenge. Among the attractions are the…
Climate Change 1: The Arctic Odyssey
The Arctic is warming up twice as fast as the rest of the planet; its frozen world is one of the last refuges of the unknown land on Earth and the Arctic, as we know it, is, literally, disappearing. Under…
Beyonce
This biographical profile looks back at the meteoric rise to fame of Beyonce, the former Destiny's Child star, who admits that life as a solo artist has been pretty good. She credits her family for keeping her grounded; and despite…
Manchester United
Outside of the United States and Canada, soccer is called football and one of the most popular, and successful, football clubs in the world is the English Premier League powerhouse, Manchester United. Man U has come a long, long way…
Eros: The Nude Through the Ages
As art progressed through the ages, depictions of the human form became the ultimate representation of art. Always controversial, the nude figure has been both criticized and glorified. Narrated by Claire Dodin, this engaging program displays the evolution of the…
South Africa 5: Cape Wine Estates
South Africa's wine making legacy dates back over 300 years and today Cape Winelands is the largest wine producing region in the Western Cape of the country. Our tour of this spectacular area begins at the historic Grande Roche Hotel,…
Native Americans
What does it mean to be a Native American? Perhaps Native American model Stormy Hollingsworth (Ute) says it best, "to be proud, to know that our past and our whole history is a circle of life." This program introduces us…