Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.
Mark Ruffalo (actor, Infinitely Polar Bear; Co-founder of The Solutions Project)
The Vienna Philharmonic performs an open-air concert from the gardens of Austria's Imperial Schonbrunn Palace. Zubin Mehta conducts, with pianist Rudolf Buchbinder as soloist, in works by Grieg, Sibelius, Richard Strauss and Johann Strauss II.
Violet panics when her wealthy sister Lillian, whom she hasn't seen in years, announces a visit. Worried that Lillian will discover the truth, Violet and friends begin an elaborate ruse to save her from humiliation. Meanwhile, Ash is keen to introduce his new girlfriend, Jess, to the group, but he's in for a surprise.
A translator for the Nuremberg trials is killed, leading Foyle into the world of international oil politics and corrupt Nazi businessmen.
Mister Rogers talks about teachers and some of the ways they help children to learn. Also, Mister Rogers talks with a school bus driver and takes a ride on a bus. In the Neighborhood of Make- Believe, King Friday and Dr. and Mrs. Platypus are anxious to see their children at the end of the school day. The first week of school is a big event for children, but it is also a big event for parents!
In this episode of Classical Stretch, join Miranda Esmonde-White for an all-standing full-body workout designed to keep you feeling young! This zero impact cardio workout will help you burn calories while strengthening your full body.
This workout begins with a fun segment dedicated to keeping your feet happy and healthy.
VariYoga standing and balance poses. ???Special guest Bryan Fowler
Barry Klein shows some great ideas for finishing off your sleeve caps. Chat with the Tech Knitter about her popular blog. Leslye Solomon demonstrates how to attach set-in sleeves and Tanis Gray shows why diamonds and bobbles are a girl's best friend. Vickie Howell shows how details really matter, right down to the cuffs.
A quilt that dazzles the eye with curves that flow from block to block - Pixie Wings will be the next on your "I have to make it" list. Mary and her guest Amy Ellis present one our newest template sets that enables you to create wonderful curves with accuracy.
As the 1920s roared in, women bared their shoulders and danced to the latest jazz. Angela Wolf creates a cutwork tank top using today's computer software and digital cutter. Amber Eden adds color and detail to a classic black sheath dress with silk flower embroidery.
Free-motion quilt with ease it's fast and fun! Learn to free-motion quilt on your sewing machine and you'll never look back. Nancy and guest Molly Hanson show how to quilt like a pro and create finished projects without using a long-arm machine.
Experience the quiet anticipation of a soon-to-fall snow cover in this beautiful Bob Ross painting.
Jerry continues building the background and underpainting starting with the #10 bristle brush and layering to build the multiple values and colors. Now the #6 bristle brush to work and smudge along the shoreline which will ultimately become an area of fallen logs. Now Jerry adds hot spots to help make the painting come alive, building brighter lights with every contrast of color added. Jerry sketches a few points on the canvas to get a quick idea of the basic location of the elk's body. Finally, Jerry uses #6 bristle to build lights for contrast near sketch of elk so the elk will stand out.
Paint along with Kevin Hill developing skills to paint transparent and textured water in this ocean scene with soft sunset colors.
With over 100 episodes broadcast so far and countless emails and comments from our viewers about each one, the GGW team has gotten a strong sense of which ones have left the most lasting impressions. In this episode, we look back on our most popular segments, share the best stories about the most incredible people we've met and the most dynamic places we've visited... and we uncover more about why these episodes resonated so deeply with fans.
Modern Pioneer, Georgia Pellegrini, teams up with P. Allen Smith to prepare a stunning cocktail party. Meanwhile, a challenge between the two has been waged. Who will come out on top?
Head to the Big Easy to see all that New Orleans has to offer. But first, visit Brian and Dawn Gotreaux - first-generation farmers who adopted 10 children from around the world and raise them on the family farm for the life lessons they believe are fostered there. Next, visit farmer Ben Burkett of B&B Farms/Indian Springs Cooperative - an African-American farming cooperative in Mississippi. Then head to Paradigm Gardens, where farmer Joel Hitchcock is making homemade insecticide with cayenne pepper and garlic, showing the essential tools every gardener should have, and teaching some basic watering tips. Finally, visit the home kitchen of James Beard Award-winning chef Donald Link, who will make a dish of shrimp and citrus.
The editors of Woodsmith show you some great tips, tricks, and techniques for accurate layout and measuring.
Kevin arrives to see the installation of tall fescue that needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties. Interior designer Robin Gannon tells Kevin how she designed the great room entertainment center; then Matt Allen shows how he's turning the design into reality. Later, Kevin checks on the salvaged interior doors that will conceal the TV. In the basement, Richard shows Kevin the finished mechanical room and closes the loop on the final heating and cooling decisions.
Roger helps a homeowner replace a mailbox that was damaged by a snowplow. Kevin shares some information about window anatomy and Tom helps a homeowner reuse an old door in a new opening. The guys ask, "What is it?"
See what's involved with getting an existing home ready for new roofing material.
Tom Calisto joins Roy to make a brass-backed hand saw perfect for the finest dovetails or the toughest tenons.
Bacon jam? Bacon ice cream? Where will our bacon mania lead? We open this show with bacon you make from scratch. (It's as simple as curing and smoking a pork belly.) And for people who want a healthier version of bacon, we cure pork loin in fennel brine and smoke it in a ceramic cooker-the Project Smoke twist on Irish bacon. Next up: a spectacular "Tulsa Torpedo"-three pounds of porky goodness encased in a crispy bacon weave. We conclude with a bacon surf and turf in the form of bacon-wrapped Snow Crab Poppers. Bring home the bacon? This episode shows you how. Recipes: Made-From-Scratch Bacon; Canadian Bacon; Tulsa Torpedo (Bacon Weave Sausage Roll); Snow Crab Poppers.
Learn the steps that go into a whole hog cook from beginning to end. Aaron walks us through the process of building a cinder block pit, learns about pig breeds and throws a party in his backyard.
Swirled or sprinkled, small or large, cupcakes are adored by adults and kids alike, the "it dessert" that makes everybody smile. In this episode, Martha shares four scrumptious cupcake recipes: blueberry swirl, lemon meringue with a toasted meringue topping, red velvet with cream cheese frosting, and one-bite double diablo cupcakes (for the unrepentant chocoholics in your life).
Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Skillet-Roasted Chicken and Stuffing. Then, Chris uncovers the test kitchen's secret to making chicken stock in the pressure cooker. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top food saver gadgets. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect Pork Chops with Vinegar Peppers.
Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the perfect Grilled Fish Tacos at home. Then equipment expert Adam Ried reviews bench scrapers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bryan Roof shows Chris how to make the ultimate Sesame-Crusted Salmon with Lemon and Ginger.
This new Friday night program will provide a retrospective of the best stories and interviews from the nightly PBS program CHARLIE ROSE. The show will capture the defining moments in politics, science, business, culture, media and sports.
On Saturday, on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, NewsHour Weekend wraps up the weeklong series, Katrina: 10 Years Later. First, NewsHour explores the changes people endured after the storm, when floodwaters cleared and the public moved on but homes were washed away. In excerpts from a forthcoming documentary, "Forced Change," by filmmaker Rennick Soholt, NewsHour follows the lives of two New Orleanians who left the city for good after the storm and who are still trying to piece together what home means to them. Later, NewsHour Weekend profiles Leah Chase, the chef and co-owner of the legendary New Orleans Creole eatery, Dooky Chase. After decades of running the restaurant, which had become a landmark in the city's oldest black neighborhood, Chase saw her business, home and virtually everything she owned wash away. Ten years ago, at age 82, she resolved to rebuild and start over.
Guest: Charlotte Harris. Soft winds, dreamy songs, catamarans skimming over blue waters, and the haunting music of Hawaii permeates this outstanding show. The whole gang flew to Hawaii and spent a week on location in some of the most beautiful spots on the Island. This show features Guy and Ralna on the "Hawaiian Wedding Song", Clay Hart, Sandi & Salli sing "Pearly Shells", and Mary Lou and Gail enlist Charlie Parlato's help on "The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai".
The circus brings death to Kembleford when a clown is murdered. Father Brown must determine who the killer is and why a parishioner has agreed to marry the sinister wizard Welkin.
Many years have passed since Dr Blake first returned home from war to run his father's old practice. But Ballarat is no longer the sanctuary from the outside world it used to be. There's a new chief superintendent who doesn't approve of Blake's unorthodox methods, and despite the pathologist solving the crimes which have confounded the police, he is determined to get rid of Blake for good. Even dependable Jean, his housekeeper and assistant, is thinking of leaving town as her own past comes back to haunt her. Amid the upheaval the mysteries continue and Lucien Blake will face his most personal challenge yet as he tries solving his own mother's mysterious death.
David Suchet, TV's Poirot, has spent more of his life acting out the plots and dramas created by Agatha Christie than anyone else in the world. He now wants to embark on a journey to learn more about the woman who created him. He learns how she was born in 1890 in Torquay, England and how out of her idyllic childhood in Devon she grew to become master of the sinister world of poisons and murder. From the pastoral ideal of the British country house to the exotic mysteries of the East, her vivid construction of character and place combine to captivate readers by the millions. Suchet learns that it is not just Christie's novels that are shrouded in mystery. He investigates the adultery of her husband. A betrayal that led to her bizarre disappearance in 1926 when she faked her own death and convinced the nation she had succumbed to the same horrendous fate as the victims in her novels. Suchet explores the close links between Christie's extraordinary life and her work and discovers just what it is about this late Victorian woman from Torquay that allowed her to become the bestselling murder mystery writer in history -- a popularity that continues up to the present.
ACL showcases modern Americana with the Avett Brothers and Nickel Creek. The Avett Brothers perform tunes from their LP Magpie and the Dandelion, while Nickel Creek highlights their comeback album, A Dotted Line.
Acoustic or electric, Gibson or Fender, Jimi Hendrix or Django Reinhardt, no matter what kind of guitar style you enjoy Infinity Hall Live's "Guitar Heroes" episode will delight all fans of this stringed instrument. Experience the intense musicianship of guitarists like Robben Ford, Tommy Emmanuel, Robert Cray, Tim Reynolds and Keb' Mo' as they each take a different approach to six strings. Tim Reynolds serves up a handful of meaty riffs and technical finger work on songs like "Hocus Pocus" reaffirming why he's Dave Mathews favorite guitarist to take on the road and into the studio. One man guitar band Tommy Emmanuel, known for his nimble fingerpicking and use of the entire instrument, forms a soundscape with a style and charisma unmatched by his peers. Learn why Rolling Stone Magazine credited Robert Cray with reinventing the blues and introducing it to a new generation with his razor sharp guitar playing on earthy tunes like "Chicken in the Kitchen". Get a sneak preview of the full length Season 4 episode featuring guitar virtuoso Robben Ford!