Growing BolderTransformed Through Transformers
A man who has transformed himself through transformers, and what a community did to help a man in need by moving forward to give back. On this episode of Growing Bolder.
Growing BolderSave Your Relationship, One Step at a Time
Grab someone you love and lace up your sneakers -- the best relationships may be forged one step at a time. Then, he lost the use of his hand but never his piano-playing dreams, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Dr. Soden reviews the dangers of HIV/AIDS and ways it can be spread among seniors; medical experts provide information as to actions seniors can take to protect themselves from infection of this chronic and potentially life-threatening condition.
Healthline explains how one can stay active and keep injury free in one's later years. Athletes are chronicled as they compete and recover from injuries.
Taste of HistoryJames Monroe
Our 5th President, James Monroe, was taught law by his close friend and neighbor Thomas Jefferson. We learn about the Monroe Doctrine, and Chef Staib cooks at Monroe's Ash Lawn Highland estate, preparing Fried Lake Perch and Kohlrabi in his honor.
Taste of HistoryThree 18th Century Cookbooks
Emmy Award winning, A Taste of History: Three seminal cookbooks are the inspiration for Chef Staib's 18th Century American recipes: Mary Randolph's 'Stuffed Veal Breast,' Hannah Glasse’s “Braised Veal Heart” and Martha Washington’s Excellent Cake.
Who's Cooking with Florence HendersonLeeza Gibbons
Leeza Gibbons bakes her favorite chocolate crisis cake with Florence Henderson. Chef Govind Armstrong provides an alternative to Gibbons' tempting treat.
Who's Cooking with Florence HendersonPenn Jillette
Penn Jillette cooks his favorite burger and french fries with Florence Henderson. Chef Govind Armstrong provides an alternative to Jillette's all american meal.