In August 1969, against a backdrop of a nation in conflict over sexual politics, civil rights, and the Vietnam War, half a million people converged on a small dairy farm in upstate New York to hear the concert of a lifetime. This new film brings the three-day concert to life.
In this special, Miranda Esmonde-White, The New York Times best-selling author of Aging Backwards, addresses the topic of chronic pain. The program provides a groundbreaking and eye-opening education on pain and its causes, and offers a new approach to pain management.
Hosted by Allen Leech, I MISS DOWNTON ABBEY! delves into the stellar cast, superb writing and spectacular locations of the series. It combines clips, exclusive, never-before-seen “behind-the-scenes” footage, and is filled with new interviews with the entire cast as well as creator Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame.
Recorded live in Melbourne, Australia in 1989, this fully-restored, newly-mixed and remastered show features the tight harmonies of Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb as they perform tracks from as far back as their 1966 breakthrough hit "Spicks and Specks" as well as their classic seventies and eighties songs.
Pavlo celebrates his life's work at the legendary Degollado Opera House, a 5 story historic national treasure in Guadalajara, Mexico. Together with a 93-piece orchestra, Pavlo performs his most popular compositions, including "Paradise," "Andalusia By Night," and "Latin Love."
This special presents an immersive musical journey with acoustic guitar virtuoso Jesse Cook as he blends rumba and flamenco with elements of jazz and world music. BEYOND BORDERS was filmed over the 31 days of Cook's coast-to-coast tour of Canada.
This special celebrates the new generation of doo wop performers as the original legends reunite to pass the torch. Performers include Kenny Vance & the Planotones, The Duprees, The Whiptones, Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, The Modern Gentlemen and many more. Pictured: Charlie Thomas.
In this special, Rick travels back a century to learn how fascism rose and then fell in Europe – taking millions of people with it. Steves traces fascism's history from its roots in the turbulent aftermath of World War I – including the rise of charismatic leaders who manipulated the anger of the masses – to the horrific consequences of World War II.