Tony Bennett talks about "What a Wonderful World."
Elvis Costello asks Herbie Hancock about his experience on the success of "Rockit" as a music video.
Director Steve Collins' off-kilter satire about adolescence and small-town eccentricity was dubbed the "female NAPOLEON DYNAMITE."
Elvis Costello and Rosanne Cash discuss her famous father, Johnny Cash.
Dr. Nadkarni is a Member of the Faculty at The Evergreen State College, in Olympia, Washington, where she teaches in the Environmental Studies program. Her research is focused on the ecology of tropical and temperate forest canopies, particularly the role that canopy-dwelling plants play in forests at the ecosystem level. She carries out field research in Washington State and in Monteverde, Costa Rica with the support of the National Science Foundation and the National Geographic Society.
A new bin system helps the Martinez family cut down their trash after an intensive family barbecue. Who knew that being green could be so easy?
Josh introduces chef Bruce Barber to the 100 Mile Diet and the necessity of trying to acquire one's food locally.
Season 3, Episode 5 - Big Ideas for a Small Planet
Season 3, Episode 13 - Big Ideas for a Small Planet
Due to global warming the polar icecaps are melting,placing pressure on polar bear families in both arctic circles. Here we see how their changing environment impacts directly in the home...
Meet Greg, Christian and their favorite crappy diner; then find out why it's not easy to convince your friends to go to environmental pep-rallies.
Director Guy Maddin provides commentary for his film NUDE CABOOSE.
An excerpt from Sarah Silverman's extremely politically incorrect collection of songs, skits and stand up.
When a crab-headed creature terrorizes the neighborhood, one man dresses up as his favorite superhero to save the day!
Clip from the Archbishop Desmond Tutu + Sir Richard Branson episode of Iconoclasts, Season 4.
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