NOW HEAR THIS: A NEW SERIES
FROM GREAT PERFORMANCES
Now Hear This is a new series starring musician Scott Yoo that takes him around the world on musical journeys. The first episode takes place in Italy, where Scott walks in the footsteps of Vivaldi, plays precious violins made by Antonio Stradivari and modern violin makers, and meets an intriguing cast of musicians and Vivaldi scholars. Along the way, he uncovers the true meaning of Vivaldi’s most popular piece, “The Four Seasons.”
Great Performances: Now Hear This premieres Friday, September 20, at 10:00 p.m.Watch a preview now.
JOSEPH ROSENDO'S TRAVELSCOPE:
MAINE -- TOWN AND COUNTRY
Join Joseph on a Maine adventure that focuses on the state's greatest resource: its people. From brew masters to boat builders, from the Oyster Lady to the Lobsterman Family, Joseph meets the Mainers who carry on the traditions and maritime heritage of Maine.
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope airs this Saturday, September 21, at 6:30 p.m. Watch a preview now.
RECONNECTING ROOTS: SERIES PREMIERE
Part history, part science and part family stories, this quirky half-hour series seeks to bridge generations and bring viewers together. Each episode explores one aspect of American culture that has changed over the past 150 years -- from farming to education, transportation, communication and more. Host Gabriel McCauley interviews Americans who are reconnecting to lessons learned by their parents and grandparents.
KEN BURNS' COUNTRY MUSIC:
THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA
Ken Burns’ new documentary series continues this week, exploring the history of a uniquely American art form: country music. Sunday’s episode, “The Sons and Daughters of America,” features stars of the 1960s, including Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Charley Pride and others.
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This recipe comes to us courtesy of Everyday Food, a series featuring cooks from the kitchens of the Martha Stewart Living magazine. The recipe transforms a simple rump roast into a hearty yet sophisticated dish that's full of flavor.
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