On July 5, 1968, the Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. Now, for the first time, the original film footage from the Hollywood Bowl has been digitally scanned and restored to present the show better and more complete than it has ever been seen before. Previously cut tracks have been returned to the running order and the sound has been newly remixed and mastered from the original multitrack tapes by the Doors' engineer and co-producer Bruce Botnick. THE DOORS LIVE AT THE BOWL '68 is now the definitive edition of this famous performance. Performance highlights include: "Light My Fire," "Hello, I Love You," "Moonlight Drive" and "The End."
Experience the Doobie Brothers' last show of their "Farewell Tour" in THE DOOBIE BROTHERS: LIVE AT THE GREEK THEATER 1982 FAREWELL TOUR. An emotional night, the band performed their best-loved hits from across the decades and founding member Tom Johnston joined the crew on stage for the last two tracks. Several other former members, including original drummer John Hartman, Tiran Porter and Michael Hossack, also participated in the celebratory finale of "Listen to the Music."
Filmed at the Summit arena in Houston, Texas on Nov. 20, 1975, THE WHO LIVE IN TEXAS '75 captures the Who at the peak of their incendiary performance career. Originally only available as a bootleg, the original video footage has been restored and the sound remixed by longtime Who collaborator Jon Astley. The result is a concert film that retains a raw visual edge but features considerably improved audio. The set list stretches across the band's early career and includes classics such as "Pinball Wizard," "Behind Blue Eyes," "Baba O'Riley (Teenage Wasteland)" and "Won't Get Fooled Again."
Dr. Fuhrman is back on PBS with a lecture about a lifestyle where you seek foods, recipes and menus that are nutrient rich, so that your body is supplied with its nutritional needs for optimum health, disease prevention, and maximum lifespan.
Consciousness is what mental activity feels like inside-the private inner experience of sensation, thought and emotion. Consciousness is like nothing else.
CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE focuses on overall wellness and physical fitness. This series, hosted by Miranda Esmonde-White, features a graceful, fluid and controlled method of stretching the entire body. It combines yoga, tai chi, Pilates and ballet techniques, plus specific movements and stretches that reach muscles and ligaments not normally targeted in the average fitness program. The movements, designed in consultation with a physician and a physiotherapist, are simple, safe, effective and appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
Join renowned artist and teacher Buck Paulson as he shares painting techniques that will have you painting like an expert in no time. This series teaches many important painting basics while helping you produce landscapes, still-lifes, seascapes, and fantasy figures.
Calla lilies are beautiful and fun to paint with Donna's simple to learn One Stroke techniques. Paint lilies on a canvas and then add a 3-D effect with clay and special shading.
Experience the quiet golden beauty of rustic field house, soft trees and winding pathway with painter Bob Ross.
Wyland's depiction of a bald eagle proves an ideal way to practice paint application and brushwork.
In the final stage of this painting, Jerry continues highlighting the barn, adds the details of the fence, broken boards and a gate. Pure pigment is utilized to brighten the barn and the use of a script brush will add the necessary cracks and holes in the wood of the barn. Jerry uses the complementary colors and highlights in and around the barn to create the focal point in a bright and cheerful painting.
Sarah and Roger Bansemer travel to Montana to visit Glacier National Park, marvel at the glacier covered majestic mountains and ride across the famous Going to the Sun Road. Roger captures a magnificent water fall scene with oils on a large canvas.
Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to the perfect Broiled Pork Tenderloin. Then equipment expert Adam Ried reviews wine savers in the Equipment Corner. Next, test cook Dan Souza explains the science behind carbonation. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Rice and Lentils with Crispy Onions.
"Eat your veggies" - it's a line children from Mexico to Morocco hear from their parents. In this episode, we meet a pair of chefs who took that advice seriously. As Rick discovers, chefs Israel Montero and Alfredo Chaves of Kaah Siis Restaurant aren't just eating their vegetables, nor just cooking them - they're growing them at Xochimilco, Mexico City's ancient floating gardens. The chefs give Rick a tour of the chinampas, small man-made islands amongst the canals, where some of the city's chefs are growing organic and specialty produce. They talk about sustainability, the future of organic, and, of course, kale. Back in Chicago, Rick takes us to the closest thing he has to Xochimilco: Green City Market, where he visits his favorite vendors and takes their wares home for a taco party.
In this episode, Martha offers a primer on lamb, a staple in cuisines around the world. Watch as she shares recipes and techniques for using different, beginning with butterflied, rolled, and roasted leg of lamb, followed by a lamb tagine with spiced butternut squash and prunes. She'll share a flavorful yogurt-marinated lamb-kebab recipe, and a quick way to prepare delicious seared loin lamb chops, served with mint jelly and fried fingerling potatoes.
Vivian presents a few of the many ways fish makes its appearance in southern cooking. She learns the rules of a good Eastern North Carolina fish stew: Make it a social event. Use whole hog bacon. Resist your urge to stir! And most important, start crackin' eggs and don't forget a side of white bread. Vivian goes to the source of all things seafood with a fishing trip with Ms. Lillie and Mary on beautiful Emerald Isle.
KRISTEN KISH/Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage. Cabbage, like chicken or pasta, is a predominant comfort food in a variety of cultures around the world. Often stuffed and baked, it holds a plethora of flavor. Today on Simply Ming, Ming and Kristen Kish recreate cabbage dishes from their childhood. Ming makes Korean Steamed Lion's Head and Kish brings her grandmother's kitchen to Ming's with her Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage. Your kitchen will smell like cabbage all day, which is a good thing.
Mary Ann is back a Pattie Bongiovanni's castle kitchen in the Piedmont region of Italy to throw a party featuring Piedmont recipes. She starts things rolling with Stradette, a unique fresh cornmeal based pasta and tops it with a Leek Sauce. Then it's on to Roasted Capon, and the perfect Piedmont ending? Pears in Barolo Wine.
Host Laura Theodore prepares yummy vegan baked goods recipes. Special guests: Dr. Pam Popper and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Featuring classic vegan "German Chocolate Cake" topped with coconut and pecan icing. Party perfect "Zucchini-Orange Cupcakes with Vegan Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting" are moist and delicious. "Cinnamon-Maple Mini-Muffins" pair well with any meal and at snack time, too!
Chef Joey Campanaro has such a cult following in New York City that it's impossible to get seats in his restaurant, the Little Owl. Lucky for us, he's showing us how to make those prized dishes at home. First - easy Salad Dressing Chicken with Escarole and Bean Salad. Then Grilled Scallion Dijon Lamb Chops with Parmesan Watercress and Pickled Onion.
An overnight train takes Martin from the urban sprawl of Hanoi to the Northern Highlands of Vietnam, where scores of the country's ethnic tribes have called home for centuries. Visiting the famous Sunday market at Bac Ha and the trekkers' outpost of Sa Pa, Martin explores a land where the heavens meet the earth. Recipes: Green Mango Duck Salad, Grilled Lemongrass Beef Skewers.
Stress is a small word that can have big effects in terms of our health and overall well-being. Did you know the American Institute of Stress says 80% of workers feel stress on the job and nearly half of all workers say they need help learning how to manage stress? Never fear. Escape to the garden with P. Allen Smith as he shares his garden stress relievers including yoga poses specifically designed for gardeners.
In Madison, Wisconsin, stop by the home of vegetable gardener Megan Cain and learn to make an herb spiral using repurposed bricks. Watch Chef Christine Inthachith and her mother Bounyoung of Lao Laan-Xang restaurant (the first Laotian restaurant in Madison) cook up chicken laarp and fall squash curry. Visit Roller Coaster farm, which supplies the majority of its pigs to Johnny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective, then head back to Johnny's butcher shop to see him break down a pig and make charcuterie. And last, visit the first organic cranberry farm in Wisconsin, a farm that uses the traditional method of dry harvesting cranberries.
Gardeners are constantly thinking about what they can do differently, how they can make their yards and gardens more attractive. In this episode, GardenSMART visits with several interesting gardeners who had some significant challenges yet overcame their obstacles. The end result is outstanding.
Melanie Rothschild is an artist who made a major breakthrough after spilling a gallon of paint in her workshop. The results even astounded her and she soon became obsessed with how mistakes can lead to new ideas. With her book, The Art of Mistakes, Melanie shows us how mistakes are gateways to creativity in all walks of life.
The American Health Journal is a half hour informative healthcare series featuring 6 segments related to various healthcare issues and presented by top medical professionals in their specialized field of medicine. Hosted by Kris Long, a 30-year veteran of broadcast journalism and recipient of three Emmy's for his news reporting, along with Lora Windsor as Special Assignment Reporter and Roger Cooper, Senior Reporter and Emmy winner - make up the team for the American Health Journal. Healthcare topics vary weekly according to current health concerns and recent medical breakthroughs in research and treatments. Since 1988 the American Health Journal has interviewed on location over 6000 physicians. Among the series topics are Heart Disease, Latest Cancer Treatments, Sleep Disorders, Diabetes, Back Pain, Cataracts, Mental Illness, Addiction, Pediatrics and Cosmetic Surgery. The physicians are from renowned Medical Centers across the United States and discuss prevention, symptoms, current treatments and therapies as well as sharing their personal patient stories of success. The American Health Journal has received over 100 National and International Awards including a recent Prism Award nomination from the Entertainment Industries Council for Best Healthcare Documentary.
Guest: Arthur Duncan. Lawrence and the Band opened this 1976 season with the Glenn Miller hit "In The Mood". Guy & Ralna sing "Feelings", Tanya takes center stage with "Love Will Keep Us Together", Arthur dances to "Doin' The New Low Down", and Lawrence and Cissy dance to the "Waltz Of The Flowers". "America The Beautiful" makes a perfect closer when sung by Norma and the cast.
JET MAN: We join Yves Rossy as he soars through the air with the help of nothing more than a jet-powered wing strapped to his back! VOLUNTEERISM: Showcasing several ways in which pilots lend their wings to a charitable cause including Pilots N Paws, Angel Flight West, and Archangel Airborne.
Until recently known as a former member of the Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell serves as the point of the Americana spear and one of the country's absolute best young singer-songwriters. Unrepentantly southern, his carefully crafted songs may feel raw, yet are renowned for simultaneously inspiring and intimidating musicians and critics alike. An Americana Music Award Winner, Isbell's new album Southeastern is on NPR radio's 50 Favorite Albums of 2013 - no small feat.
The team faces a daunting challenge as they search for lost masterpieces in Britain's public art collections. More than 100,000 oil paintings have been photographed and posted online as part of the Your Paintings initiative - 17,000 of them listed as "artist unknown. " Philip and his colleague Bendor Grosvenor believe they've identified several missing works by artist Thomas Gainsborough. Can they prove it? A handsome portrait of Joseph Gape, mayor of St. Albans in the 18th century, languishes in a backroom of the city's museum. The identity of the artist who painted it is unknown - but Bendor thinks it's a Gainsborough that dates back to his days as Britain's foremost high society portrait painter. The team thinks there are telling signs in the way the man is dressed and the unusual shape of the frame - but they'll need to convince Hugh Belsey, the world's leading Gainsborough expert. An even tougher challenge is posed by "Imaginary Landscape," held in London's Courtauld Institute. Philip thinks it's a rare, late Gainsborough work, painted when the artist was experimenting with dreamlike scenes. But would Gainsborough really have executed it on paper rather than canvas, and why is conservationist Aviva Burnstock troubled by a distinctive blue pigment? Philip made his name in the art world with his Gainsborough discoveries and his reputation is on the line as decision time looms.
In Pankot, Sarah breaks the news of Teddie's death to Susan and later they learn of the great bravery shown in an attempt to save his life. Sarah embarks on a journey to bring comfort to a wounded man, and in Calcutta comes face to face with the war and it's pain.