Stanley On the GoNew Guinea
Stanley attends the August cultural festival where a 1,000 tribes women in native garb dance and sing in the annual event; then we talk with a witch doctor in his village and hear about head hunting and cannibalism in the 'spirit house'.
Grannies on SafariCuba: The Colors of Cuba
The Grannies explore Cuba in a unique “people to people” tour of the island. They attend a private jam session with one of the original Buena Vista Social Club musicians, learn to cook traditional black bean soup and try their hand at making a classic “Cuban Mojito” at the historic Hotel Nacional De Cuba.
Second ActPassion for Fashion
A woman works to follow her dream of starting her own clothing line, but can she overcome her husband's financial reluctance? Paul DiMeo and the Second Act team are there to help make it work.
Chef Staib teaches you how nuts can punch power to your diet. Learn how to add these tasty morsels to a main dish or a salad. Follow along as Chef cracks the code to easy healthy eating with a little help from quality kernels.
Taste of HistoryMartha Washington Won the War
Did you know that Martha was the secret weapon that kept troop morale high during the encampment at Valley Forge? We prepare Martha's Authentic Turkey Stew with Oysters and speak with well-known Martha Washington expert Patricia Brady.
Family PickleSandy at the Sands
The Carnegie Deli expands to open a location at the Sands Casino in Pennsylvania, so everyone takes a road trip to the casino to celebrate the opening except Chuck, who has to stay behind to watch over the restaurant.
What's Next?What's Next for Anne
What's Next? meets Anne who must overcome the hardships of divorce and loneliness from living alone without her kids.