Schedule

Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014

 
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10:30 AM

Whole Body HealthNative American Medicine

We see how Native Americans heal their own and how they help outsiders as well.

 
 

11:00 AM

Growing BolderMusic Makes a Difference

He tells amazing stories through song -- meet a musician who is making a difference. Plus, billionaire Richard Branson goes after a Guinness world record, on this episode of Growing Bolder.

 
 

11:30 AM

Growing BolderCraft Your Bold New Future

Black is the new hold for a fish farmer who says his dreams are about to come true. And a 'Back to the Future' star shares how her painful past has turned to happiness, on this episode of Growing Bolder.

 
 

12:00 PM

HealthlineTummy Tuck

Healthline talks with experts about Tummy Tuck procedures and the best method for choosing the right plastic surgeon.

 
 

12:30 PM

HealthlineFibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia can be a debilitating condition and it impacts millions of Americans; Dr. Soden and a team of medical experts discuss the impact of the syndrome known as fibromyalgia on sufferers and what the current treatment options are.

 
 

1:00 PM

Taste of HistoryWilliam Penn's Grand Experiment

The freedoms asserted in the Declaration of Independence started from William Penn's 'Grand Experiment'. Chef Staib visits Penn’s home to cook a Yorkshire meal and learn about his planned city, Philadelphia.

 
 

1:30 PM

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.

 
 

2:00 PM

Victory GardenBest Bets for Veggies

Is your own vegetable garden crunched due to space? Watch and get your 'Best Bets' for selecting and planting vegetables and herbs in containers, then we visit Verrill Farms for the secret to growing some of Massachusett’s sweetest corn.

 
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