Sherlock and Watson are plunged into a case of blackmail involving crafty dominatrix Irene Adler, whose motto is "know when you are beaten." It seems she has incriminating photos of a session with a British royal. Can she outsmart Sherlock at his own game? And at a battle he is ill prepared to wage - love?
Sherlock and Watson pursue the trail of the Baskerville experiments - top-secret government research on genetically engineered gigantic animals for military use. Or so it is rumored. Whatever the truth, something big is up on the moors.
In what may be the climatic case of his career, Sherlock faces Moriarty's diabolical plot to "get Sherlock," which begins innocently enough when the criminal mastermind breaks into the Crown Jewels. As the scheme unfolds, Moriarty poses the "final problem," and a tabloid reporter reveals the "shocking truth" about the great detective.
New York Times #1 bestselling author William Davis, MD debunks the 3 most widely-held myths about grains, and provides viewers with commonsense steps to regain health and lose weight in his groundbreaking new program, Wheat Belly Total Health. Using his signature combination of easy-to-understand science, history, nutrition and humor, Dr. Davis presents his startling conclusion that eliminating wheat and grains is the key to eliminating the symptoms and causes of many of our most common and chronic health issues.
Put the FUN in FUNctional Fitness as Suzanne Andrews guides you with an effective, doctor approved workout to increase your ability to function with real life fitness solutions for your real life challenges.
Mary Ann uses a large ball to stimulate the sensory and lymphatic systems, accompanied by jazzy, New Orleans style music. Gretchen's new cross and open pattern for a brain.
Add texture to a simple design to create extra style. Jewelry-maker Samantha Skelton enamels a pendant, then uses a pencil to add motifs and texture to the design. In Katie's Beading Lesson, designer Candie Cooper joins Katie Hacker to macrame a colorful rainbow bracelet for teens and tweens.
Titles start the story. Calligrapher Joanne Fink creates luscious lettering and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shares her favorite title ideas. Christine Drumheller has a tip for making mini-albums and Ashley Horton lets loose with foils and colors to create attention- grabbing titles.
Pack up your belongings and take a journey with Eleanor across the dust bowl to the promise of California. Her flying geese technique is so quick and easy, you will be soaring through this pattern. Eleanor shares a hand made cross-stitched quilt made for her by her Aunt Ann.
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.
Great creative possibilities are found among the most basic earth-forces. Artist Lisa Chin shows basic techniques for sun printing with various patterns. Julie Booth celebrates repeating patterns as she prints her own fabric. Susan Brubaker Knapp paints on stitched surfaces to create unique effects.
Just because the weather is warm doesn't mean you have to put down your needles and hooks! Deborah is joined by Ellen Gormley who will show how to crochet up the Whole Latte Love Tee with an easy openwork yoke and textured stripes. Lena will then show how to stitch up the Knit Lace Sampler T-shirt. Ellen is in the stitch corner with the Fishbone stitch.
Nancy takes an easy and lighter approach to clothing repairs. Replace broken zippers, mend jeans, sew on buttons, and more with this unconventional approach to repairs. Nancy breaks all the traditional sewing rules with these easy clothing repair techniques. Zipper Remedy, Holes to Art, Lumberjack Patches, Too Much Cake Fix, and more.
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.
Celebrate sweater weather! Barry Klein shows how to pick the perfect sweater for your next project. Meet designer Rohn Strong to talk about crochet sweater patterns. Louisa Demmitt hand knits a hoodie, and Tanis Gray demonstrates the simple but graphic technique of two-color corrugated ribbing. Then Vickie shows how to flatter any figure with the best sweater for your shape.
Dean Cheek is a designer who will show how to do hand knitting using a machine as he talks about making his couture line of fashions. His business is DC Knits. Sue Hausmann is with Sulky of America, Inc., and she's going to share some tips and techniques for using stabilizers in craft projects. She'll talk about making belts, totes, placemats and other crafts that incorporate various types of stabilizers.
Channel your inner fashionista in a custom fit maxi skirt that's fully lined.
It's important to make a good first impression. Learn to use one jacket pattern with a variety of fabrics, trims and closures for an array of professional looks.
Chippendale inspired accents enhance this mirrored jewel.
The editors of Woodsmith magazine wrap up this season's Details of Craftsmanship by applying a finish to highlight the look of an elegant table.
Host Eric Gorges visits Alan Kaniarz, an innovator in the world of furniture design. Together they discuss the love of making furniture, environmentally conscious approaches to the craft and award-winning workmanship.
Roy looks into the simplest form of furniture, the plain pine box, and discovers the many joys of this grave undertaking.
Drilling begins on a geothermal system. Norm tours local 1st period homes. Kevin travels to the factory to see the stairs and wall panels being built. Back on the North Shore, Kevin learns about a new technology to seal ductwork.
Too short, crooked and upside down. Watch Tom use his expertise and artistry to repair an antique door. Roger gets the dirt on growing edible herbs indoors. See Richard solve the mystery of the disappearing toilet water.
MotorWeek, television's longest running automotive series, is in its third decade of reviewing cars, trucks and utilities spanning the needs and dreams of a broad spectrum of buyers. From pure-electric to pure performance, MotorWeek looks at factors mattering most to consumers. But, MotorWeek is more than just a show about new cars. It's also about keeping the car you own running, and keeping pace with the latest automotive lifestyle trends as America continues its love affair with cars.
A look at local restaurants in the Inland Empire, hosted by food critic Allan Borgen.
Franklin Roosevelt runs for vice president in 1920 and seems assured of a still brighter future until polio devastates him the following summer. He spends seven years struggling without success to walk again, while Eleanor builds a personal and political life of her own. FDR returns to politics in 1928 and, as governor of New York, acts with such vigor and imagination during the first years of the Great Depression that the Democrats turn to him as their presidential nominee in 1932. He survives an attempted assassination as president-elect and at his inauguration tells his frightened countrymen the only thing they have to fear is "fear itself."
ACL showcases new acoustic music with Sarah Jarosz and The Milk Carton Kids. Multi-instrumentalist Jarosz highlights her album Build Me Up From Bones; the Milk Carton Kids play folk songs from their LP The Ash & Clay.
Inspired by the Aloha Spirit, the Kalama brothers celebrate the music of the islands with their instrumental talents, vocal harmonies and comedic stories. Ryan and Kai Kalama are multi talented musicians and singers who write and perform their own music as well as many island classics.
Swing with the sisters who have stormed the Americana scene with their refreshing blend of swing, vintage country, bluegrass, jazz/swing standards and Texas-style fiddling. The siblings have performed at major venues and festivals around the country.
A collection of short films from around the world.
Unsure what to do with their lives and seeking wisdom from others, a team of young adults sets off on a cross-country road trip to interview professionals in diverse careers who can provide insight into building a fulfilling life. Ed, a recent college graduate from the small town of Colchester, England, is stagnating in a dead-end job and living with his parents. Determined to branch out, he hopes this trip will give him the confidence to pursue broader possibilities. Tele'jon, an 18-year-old from violence-plagued Oakland, CA, seeks to channel his passion for community activism into a socially impactful career. 29-year-old Olivia left a stifling small town upbringing to join the Air Force and explore the world. Now at a point in life where she wants to settle down, she hopes to blend her interests of sustainable farming and community-building into a satisfying livelihood. After meeting each other in San Francisco, the team hops aboard Roadtrip Nation's iconic green RV and travels to Santa Cruz, CA, where they interview climbing instructor Jakob Laggner. Jakob left a traditional desk job to found Treks and Tracks, a company that leads outdoor expeditions.