HEART 411 reveals what every man and woman needs to know about the #1 killer in the United States - heart disease. Two of the top cardiac doctors in the country - cardiac surgeon Marc Gillinov, MD and cardiologist Steven Nissen, MD - outline keys to preventing heart disease and stroke, uncover the truth about current tests and treatments, and reveal the future of cardiac surgery and care. The three-part special arms viewers with practical information they will need to talk with their doctor, ask informed questions, understand the treatments available to them, and make the best decisions for their health. The first segment reveals what happens during a heart attack, and how to determine and modify your risk though a Mediterranean diet, 30 minutes of exercise per day, and by knowing your cholesterol, BMI and blood pressure. The second segment addresses the necessity and safety of the available tests - including stress tests and heart scans - as well as the risks and benefits of statins and the efficacy of taking an aspirin every day. The final segment tackles prevention and introduces the latest advancements in non-invasive robotic surgery, transcatheter aortic valves and life-saving medicines on the horizon.
In MONEYTRACK: MONEY FOR LIFE, Pam Krueger presents a "Money for Life Action Plan," which gives viewers a step-by-step strategy for building and maintaining a financially secure future for their retirement. Her co-host, comedian and actor Jack Gallagher (Curb Your Enthusiasm) lightens the mood and serves as the everyman, asking questions that are on the mind of the viewer. They also discuss the sweeping technological and regulatory changes that are currently taking place in the financial investment world. Throughout the program, interview segments are weaved in with some of the most trusted names in the field, such as: Lazetta Braxton, founder and CEO of Financial Fountains, Lou Harvey, CEO of Dalbar, and Knut Rostad, co-founder and chairman of the Committee for the Fiduciary Standard.
Recorded live in St. Louis at The Pageant in July 2015, GRAHAM NASH LIVE features the legendary Graham Nash (Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Hollies) and accompanying musician Shayne Fontayne (guitar, vocals) as they perform hits spanning Nash's stellar career. Songs include: "Bus Stop," "Marrakesh Express," "Cathedral," "Chicago," "Our House," and "Teach Your Children" as well as new material from his acclaimed album "This Path Tonight," Nash's first solo record of new music in 14 years.
Join international recording star Emin and special guests for a spectacular concert taped at the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia. Emin is joined onstage by Grammy Award-winner David Foster along with singers Ani Lorak and Polina Gagarina.
Allow the dancing waves of the sapphire ocean to inspire your practice as we focus on gentle stretches for the shoulders, neck and upper back, including moves to create more ease in the hips while using a chair for support.
In this episode of Classical Stretch, join Miranda Esmonde-White at a quaint chapel terrace in the beautiful Riviera Maya. Miranda will take your through easy-to-follow arm toning exercises to increase your overall strength and flexibility in this all-standing workout.
Paint along with Kevin Hill as you learn different techniques for painting this vast mountain scene with reflections in the water.
Sarah tours the rose garden on the grounds of the majestic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina and speaks to the rosarian who describes pruning and caring for the fragrant flowers. Roger uses oils to create a unique rose bouquet that will decorate a wooden table top used in their motor home.
Catch that special moment in time when the tropical seas and trees face darkening skies -a Bob Ross oval surprise.
Color may be the foundation of all art, but it is light, shade, and tone that bring a painting to life. Tone may have a variety of interpretations in art. How we perceive the tone of an object depends on its actual surface lightness or darkness, color and texture, the background and lighting. Generally, however, artists consider tone as the way a light source varies through shades of gray to the deepest black shadows. Wyland uses tone for dramatic effect as he follows the subtle changes of light along a pristine river hidden within the Rocky Mountains.
Acrylic Medium, 18x24 Gallery Wrap Canvas. Continuing on with our focus on African wildlife, Jerry begins with an overview of his reference material that he has selected to create a composite. Jerry sketched in the outline of the lions in this painting in advance. First he begins with the underpainting with #12 bristle brush by using the "scumbling" technique blocking in background area around his sketch of the lions. Jerry discusses his preference for sketching with a skinny stick of soft-vine charcoal when doing animals. Now with #4 bristle brush Jerry begins a rough blocking-in of areas of the lion's eye and head but then moves again to background area. Then with #4 chisel-edge brush Jerry begins inserting a bit of brush in the background. Jerry asks students to get their backgrounds in before episode #2.
In THE BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING, husband-and-wife artists Gary and Kathwren Jenkins introduce viewers to the art of oil painting from their studio and gallery in Reno, Nevada. Gary and Kathwren's shared passion for teaching is evident as the couple calmly and confidently guide viewers step-by-step through the creation of a new painting. With palette in hand and clean canvas before them, the Jenkins use brilliant color, specific brush strokes and the wet-on-wet method to paint their trademark florals and portraits of creatures great and small.
Host Julia Collin Davison reveals the steps for making perfect pan-seared salmon. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Bridget Lancaster to a tasting of fish sauce. Then, science expert Dan Souza demonstrates the differences between wild and farmed salmon. Finally, test cook Elle Simone shows Julia the secrets to making the ultimate shrimp scampi.
Chef Pedro Abascal is changing tourist's perceptions of the food in Riviera Maya, using local farms to supply his hip hotel restaurants. Rick and Pedro discuss his challenges and successes of his approach over a traditional Yucatecan meal at Faison y Venado. Rick pays a visit to a lamb farm in Tizimin for a conversation with a rancher, then heads to C-Grill, Pedro's hip restaurant on the shores of Playa del Carmen, where he makes a beautiful roasted lamb in adobo. In Chicago, Rick heads to the outdoor Green City Market to gather ingredients for his grilled leg of lamb with green garlic mojo and camote mash, accompanied by grilled asparagus with pasilla crema. Oh, and an incredibly delicious skillet cake.
Join Martha as she shares four mouthwatering regional favorites from the Mid-Atlantic. In this episode, Martha introduces a local summertime favorite, Baltimore peach cake, teaches the technique for perfectly twisted kaiser rolls, and whips up a delectable black raspberry crumb cake. Plus, black and white cookies, a New York City favorite. Homemade treats your family will adore!
Seafood gumbo, corn maque choux, beignets.
Host Julia Child observes California's well-know baking teacher Flo Braker as she demonstrates the classic French technique for creating Ladyfingers Genoise, the batter of which is used as the base for a variety of miniature decorative cakes.
The winter is full of big family meals where you really have to be on your game to get food on the table all at once. Sara shows a little love to the unsung heroes of the big meal, the sides. She's got delicious winter vegetables like shredded butternut squash with dates, Brussels sprouts with panko breadcrumbs and a creamy tahini sauce, plus a creamy root vegetable soup that can stand on its own as a main course or serve as a first course. And for the hungry cook: apple nutmeg bites to tide you over until dinnertime. Recipes: Root vegetable soup with pita crisps; Shredded butternut squash with dates; Brussels sprouts with panko; Apple nutmeg bites 3.
Explore the oceanic bounty of France. Ludo's eyes light up when he describes the lobsters of Brittany, oysters from Cancale and a myriad of other extraordinary culinary jewels. "La mer" means, simply, the sea.
Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus, but exceptionally slow service makes everyone antsy, especially Ben. When her sunchoke recipe doesn't make the grade, Vivian enlists guidance from an old friend.
Today on Simply Ming, James-beard nominated chef Susan Regis joins Ming in his loft kitchen. Ming and Susan focus on fresh-picked veggies - Susan starts out by creating a rye berry salad with wine cap mushrooms, wild greens and herbed creme rraiche. Meanwhile, Ming couples a delicious coriander-crusted salmon with asparagus sauce, quinoa and an asparagus salad.
Italian American food: Is it Italian, American or a piece of Americana with Italian roots? Today Lidia pays homage to the cooking of Italian American immigrants. Recipes include: caesar salad; a luscious baked eggplant stuffed with meat and vegetables; and finally stuffed mushrooms, a true crowd pleaser.
The concept of living local has become very popular in recent years, hearkening back to pre-industrial times. Let P. Allen Smith show you the power this movement has and where it may lead us.
Daffodils are often the first sign of spring. They are a delightful reminder that the gardening season is approaching, at last! Join GardenSMART as we visit an amazing gardener who shares with us his phenomenal collection of daffodils. A don't miss show.
Experience the nostalgia of one of southern California's oldest theme parks, Sky Park at Santa's Village. Restoring the historic qualities of Santa's Village is about to become open to the public. It's an amazing story of how one family made their dream come true working with local artisans and craftsman to create this fantasy village. Sharks in the Water is about Jeff Ryan. He shows how we can discover remarkable joy, despite the inevitable pain and struggle that we endure together. Surrounded by a sea of choice, we must all make hard decisions if we wish to avoid the sharks and attain an extraordinary life.
Leading center for the diagnosis and treatment of food allergies - Hugh Sampson, MD: Director of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC. Trials and tribulations of peanut-allergy treatments - Stephanie Leonard, MD: pediatric allergy specialist at Rady Children's Hospital, San Diego; Reyna Winter: 11-year-old allergy sufferer who's undergoing immune challenges. One mom's hard-core approach to protecting her son from peanuts - Ashley Smith and her son, Zayden. Promising research that could make peanut flour safe to eat - Mary Ann Lila, PhD: Director of the Plants for Human Health Institute at North Carolina State University. Personal stories - Reyna Winter; Ashley and Zayden.
Program explores medical breakthroughs, research and the latest reports on healthy living by medical doctors.
Guest: Dick Dale. The Welk Stars have fun down on the farm as they open this show with "Surrey With The Fringe On Top". The band plays 'Goofus", Guy Hovis says "Thank God I'm A Country Boy", and Clay Hart is "Grazin' In Greener Pastures". Sandi and Salli get together for "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and Guy and Ralna sing "In The Garden".
Host: Mary Lou. On this salute to the "Great White Way", Norma sings "Til There Was You" from The Music Man , Arthur makes "Hello Dolly" come alive, and Joe Feeney sings the haunting "Sunrise, Sunset" from Fiddler On The Roof . Tom Netherton salutes My Fair Lady with "On The Street Where You Live", and the band, under the direction of George Cates plays a memorable medley from Roberta.
Huell tours an amazing cactus garden that's been a Palm Springs attraction for three generations.
Huell visits the automated McCullough House in Palm Springs.
Tribal members from the San Manuel, Soboba and Morongo reservations recount the start of the Southern California Pow Wow circuit.
A rotating compilation of music videos featuring diverse talents of Native American & World Indigenous cultures. Different genres such as hip hop, rap, dance, rock, and many more are feautured on the AUX.
"Native Shorts presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program" is a 12 episode series that will feature short films produced, premiered or showcased at the Sundance Film Festival through its Native American and Indigenous Program, followed by a brief discussion with hosts Ariel Tweto (Flying Wild Alaska, Wipe-Out) an Inupiaq Eskimo from Unakleet Alaska and the Sundance Institute's own Bird Runningwater, a Cheyenne and Mescalero Apache.
How can you not fall in love with a woman who carries around a preserved human brain inside a giant flowery hat box? Meet Dr. Marian Diamond, renowned academic and research scientist, and prepare to be smitten. Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg's film follows this remarkable woman over a 5-year period and introduces the viewer to both her many scientific accomplishments and the warm, funny, and thoroughly charming woman herself, who describes her 60-year career researching the human brain as "pure joy." As one of the founders of modern neuroscience, it's no exaggeration to say that Dr. Diamond changed science, and society at large in dramatic ways over the course of her career. Her groundbreaking work is all the more remarkable because it began during an era when so few women entered science at all. Shouted at from the back of the conference hall by noteworthy male academics as she presented her research, and disparaged in the scientific journals of a more conservative era, Dr. Diamond simply did the work and followed where her curiosity led her, bringing about a paradigm shift (or two) in the process. As she points out, in order to get to the answers that matter, you have to start by asking the right questions.