Books & BeyondSelma James
Selma James, activist and creator of the “unwaged” women’s movement, sits down at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC, to discuss 6 decades of her writings, in “Sex, Race and Class - The Perspective of Winning: A Selection of Writings 1952-2011.”
It's Your CallThe Beatles-50 Years Later
Who knew when the Beatles arrived in America in 1964 that they would make such a tremendous social, musical and cultural impact? On the 50th anniversary of their first trip to the U.S., IYC examines why they-and their music-have affected so many for so long.
It's Your CallThe Beatles as Boys
Journalist Larry Kane, the only reporter to travel with the Beatles on their first American tour in the sixties, takes a look at the FAB FOUR. Never before told stories, first-hand accounts and revealing moments are shared.
Healthline explores health care advocacy.
HealthlineIndoor Air Quality
Healthline discusses the health effects of polluted indoor air and how to clean up the air in your home.
Second ActGoing to the Dogs
A woman starts a new dog boarding business - and finds herself sleeping in the kennel every night. Paul DiMeo and his team try to throw her a bone - and get her back home to her husband.
Stanley On the GoVaranasi - India's Holiest City
Stanley sees funeral pyres on the shore of the Ganges River, walks Varanasi's narrow alleyways, talks to the Merry Monk - a Buddhist Monk - at Sarnath, sees jawdropping temples in Arisa and then attends a Hindu wedding in New Delhi.
Taste of HistoryYellow Fever
In the summer of 1793, a terrible plague swept through Philadelphia. Yellow Fever wiped out ten percent of the population and Dolley Madison end up a First Lady. Find out how, as Chef Staib cooks Citrus Marinated Salmon with an Eggplant Doré.