In this series, Irish chef Neven Maguire travels around Spain to learn about its food, history and culture, and for inspiration for some new recipes of his own. At his first stop in Bilbao, Neven takes a look at the city's incredible modern architecture, and of course its culinary delights. Recipes include Buffalo chicken wings with blue cheese dip, and Prune and Armangnac tart.
Hamburg, Germany’s mighty port city has risen from the ashes of World War II with a gleaming new skyline and a brisk creative energy. From there, Rick visits the great historic sights of Martin Luther and the Reformation (Erfurt, Wittenberg, and Wartburg Castle) before finishing in the capital of Franconia: wine-loving Würzburg.
In the late 1800s, Italians immigrated to St. Louis in search of the American Dream resulting in one of the largest Italian American neighborhoods in the United States – the Hill. While similar immigrant neighborhoods across the country have long ago lost their identity, The Hill remains strong, making it the last of a dying breed.
After struggling to fit into a gender assigned at birth, Johanna, a 16-year-old transgender Latina, begins her transition and gets kicked out of her home and school, finds a foster family who loves her and a supportive school principal who helps her graduate and thrive.
In 1991, Paul Broussard, a 27-year-old gay man, was murdered on the streets of Houston, sparking a deafening outcry. The crime served as a wake-up call that highlighted all of the harassment and mistreatment experienced by the LGBTQ community. This documentary explores the aftermath of this pivotal event.
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the turbulent life and visionary work of the legendary writer and his enduring influence on literature and culture. In part 1, Hemingway, yearning for adventure, volunteers for the Red Cross during WWI. He marries Hadley Richardson and moves to Paris, publishes The Sun Also Rises and finds critical and commercial success with his second novel, A Farewell to Arms.