Stanley On the GoNepal
Stanley flies to Mt. Everest, the world's tallest mountain; goes white water rafting; tours historic sites, attends the Festival of the Living Goddess - this one is for Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
Stanley On the GoNicaragua
On this program, we visit Masaya, the country's largest volcano; we travel to Solentiname Island, an archipelago of 36 untouched islands, and visit with painters and fisherman. We hack our way through a coffee plantation and cruise Lake Nicaragua.
Money Matters with Jean ChatzkyFunding College Bound Children/Grandchildren
With the cost of tuition creeping higher and higher, it is getting harder and harder to send our kids and grandkids to college. With the help of college aid expert Mark Kantrowitz of finaid.org, Jean Chatzky has all the tips that can help.
Home Again with Bob VilaBasement Carpet, Storage, and Closet Design
The new space has progressed from a dingy, damp lower level to a finished family room. Basement Systems has installed perimeter drainage and.an interlocking basement floor system is installed to protect against water seepage.
Home Again with Bob VilaLow-Maintenance Landscaping, Gutters, and Pantry
Bob's focus is on low-maintenance landscaping. Solutions include reclaimed granite steps, built-in sheds, and a pea stone terrace, The final outdoor touch is the soft, artificial grass that is installed for a lush, no-maintenance side yard.
Taste of HistoryPhiladelphia’s City Tavern
Chef Staib celebrates the history of Philadelphia's City Tavern, used by George Washington as his headquarters during the Revolutionary War. Chef Staib prepares roast leg of venison, yellow beets and walnuts gratin, sage potatoes and crème brûlée.
Taste of HistoryWinning the War With Bread
Chef Walter Staib bakes some of America’s favorites, inspired by the Baker General, Christopher Ludwig. A native German, he brought the art of gingerbread making to Philadelphia. Chef Staib roasts a turkey to make a classic turkey pot pie from scratch.