Kent Gavin has spent more than 30 years photographing the royal family and capturing their most intimate moments. This episode reveals Gavin's photos of Her Majesty the Queen, as well as Diana, Princess of Wales – illustrating her journey from a quiet, reserved girl to a national icon.
From Princess Diana’s campaign against landmines to Prince Harry’s work with HIV-positive children in Africa, THE ROYAL GOOD GUYS explores the royal family’s philanthropic efforts around the world. Pictured: Prince Harry at The Invictus Games, an organization that gives wounded soldiers a chance to recover through sport.
NOVA uncovers the geologic fingerprints of colossal floods that violently reshaped the ancient world. The program follows geologists around the globe as they reconstruct catastrophic Ice Age floods more powerful than all the world's top ten rivers combined.
FRONTLINE presents the epic story of the rise of Christianity. Drawing upon new and sometimes-controversial historical evidence, the series transports viewers back two millennia to the time and place where Jesus of Nazareth once lived and preached, challenging familiar assumptions and conventional notions about the origins of Christianity.
In a rare television appearance, R&B icon Ms. Lauryn Hill dazzles the Austin crowd with a career-spanning set culled from her landmark release The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill and her pioneering work with the Fugees, one of the best-selling hip-hop acts of all time.
Three-time Grammy Award winner Rob Thomas kicks off a new season of FRONT AND CENTER when he, as part of an acoustic trio, takes the stage at the Iridium in New York City to treat fans to performance of some of his biggest hits including "Lonely No More," "3 AM," and "Smooth."
Relive your TELETUNES days as SOUNDS ON 29TH showcases some of the best local music videos to ever hit the small screen. Hosted by Denver music mainstay Bree Davies, this edition features The Milk Blossoms, Itchy-O, Safe Boating is No Accident, Bleak Plaza, Holophrase, Roka Hueka and Bolonium. Part 1 of 3.
Best known for playing Spock in the Star Trek franchise, REMEMBERING LEONARD NIMOY is an intimate journey into the actor's personal life. It features stories from Nimoy's childhood and his career, as well as a glimpse into the last years of his life, revealing how he helped raise awareness about COPD, the lung disease that took his life.
In the early 17th century, a small group of religious radicals embarked from England to establish a separatist religious community across the Atlantic Ocean in the New World. The challenges the Pilgrims faced in making new lives for themselves still resonate almost 400 years later.
Part two examines the period after the first revolt, tracing the development and impact of the Gospels while looking at the increasingly hostile relationship between the Christians and the Jews. It also looks the extraordinary events of the second and third centuries in which Christianity grew from a small Jewish sect to an official religion of the Roman Empire.