Home Again with Bob VilaFoundations and Framing
Bob joins the project supervisor for the foundation pour and the framing of this affordable, single-family home in Mashpee, MA. They review the guidelines for easy, foolproof nailing and finally, the first wall is complete.
Home Again with Bob VilaHardwood Floors, Traditional Plaster, and Fiberglass Drywall
At the Manhattan Brownstone, the installations of hardwood floors, kitchen drywall, and plaster walls are underway. The kitchen flooring is quarter-sawn ash which has a rich, straight grain that makes for a beautiful, durable floor for this space.
Second ActRoom at the Inn
A newly married couple decides to open a bed and breakfast, but the venture proves harder than they thought. With help from Paul DiMeo and the Second Act team, they work to fill the beds - and still save time for each other.
Second ActComic Relief
What happens when a government attorney decides to try his hand at stand-up comedy? Find out on this episode of Second Act, as a team of experts led by Paul DiMeo helps one man follow his comedy dreams.
Taste of HistoryThe Water of Life
250 years ago, Richard Hennessy settled in France to craft an 18th century legacy. Chef Staib travels to Cognac to learn about his 'water of life”, catch per-historic fish and cook up some very 18th century French recipes sure to inspire this Taste of History.
Who's Cooking with Florence HendersonVirginia Madsen
Virgina Madsen cooks her favorite egg rolls with Florence Henderson. Chef Govind Armstrong provides an alternative to Madsen's scrumptious snack.
BookmarkDelia Ephron & Jacques Pepin
Host Daryn Kagan talks with Delia Ephron (The Lion Is In) and Jacques Pepin (New Complete Techniques). Film critic Jeffery Lyons compares Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and To Kill a Mockingbird books and movies. Tricia Springer explores book collecting.