Maria forms a plan which could secure a new life for her and Pedro. Silas seeks revenge against Yeardley and jeopardizes his place with the Pamunkey. Jocelyn learns that Willmus believes her corrupt; she tries to woo him but may have met her match.
This film delves into the life of atmospheric scientist Peter Kalmus, who cut his fossil fuel use to 1/10th of the average American. He gardens, bikes to work, drives a veggie waste-oil car, doesn't fly, keeps bees, meditates and more. He does all this while raising two boys in suburban LA with his wife, Dr. Sharon Kunde.
This episode witnesses a vibrant era in country music, with Dolly Parton finding mainstream success; Hank Williams, Jr. and Rosanne Cash emerging from their famous fathers’ shadows; and Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings (pictured) launching the "Outlaw" movement.
The world of neuroscience has led to groundbreaking treatments for many mental illnesses but still has many unknowns. This program follows scientists operating at the far-flung frontiers of neuroscience and takes an in-depth look at the moral and ethical implications of trying to "fix a broken brain."
A multinational natural gas drilling company is believed to be responsible for the displacement of 60,000 people in an East Java village left submerged by a tsunami of mud. Fed up with the company's delayed cleanup, Dian, a politically active teenager, galvanizes her neighbors to fight against the corporate powers accused of one of the largest environmental disasters in recent history.
The final episode looks at how "New Traditionalists" like George Strait, Randy Travis and the Judds help country music stay true to its roots. Witness both the rise of superstar Garth Brooks and the return of an aging Johnny Cash to the industry he helped create. Pictured: Emmylou Harris.