Huell sets off from where the Sacramento and American River meet on a bike ride along the beautiful 23-mile American River Parkway.
It was once the center of social activity as Napa Valley settlers gathered to have their corn and wheat ground into meal or flour.
Following a screening of "This Changes Everything," executive producer and actor Geena Davis and director Tom Donahue attended a Q&A hosted by Cinema Series host Pete Hammond.
Huell learns about Native American fishing techniques on a trip to Eureka with members from the Yurok tribe at the mouth of the Klamath river.
The all-American diet has taken a toll on the environment and on our health. Can we feed more people without wrecking the planet? The short answer is yes.
Off the coast of California, the disappearing abalone population is raising flags about ocean health and the lasting impact of rising sea temperatures, acidification and pollution.
The world’s largest land predator is under threat, and George is heading to Canada’s far north to see how polar bears are coping with their rapidly changing climate.
Solar power is changing lives in unexpected places. This episode visits with unique solar power training programs in Zanzibar and Los Angeles.
Here are the five most fascinating dam sites of Los Angeles, both past and present.
The bounty of the mid-Atlantic region holds countless treasures for famed chef Jeremiah Langhorne who grew up fishing and foraging the riches of the Chesapeake Bay.
Today, we're exploring the grilling of one of the most colorful coastal regions in North America.
In El Monte, where nearly half the city is classified a food desert, students and gardeners grow a lush garden with even bigger plans for the future.
As an independent contractor, Daniel “Seko” Uaina drives merchandise for some of the largest corporations in the world yet he struggles to make ends meet.
Cultural historian and co-author of the seminal, “An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles,” Robert Winter has died at the age of 94. His passing has left many in this vast, complicated city saddened.
In the heart of San Diego a group of East African women is running catering services to promote entrepreneurship and implement the valuable skills refugees bring to the table.
Monday on the NewsHour, how residents of Southern California are coping with earthquake aftermath.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, new charges against billionaire Jeffrey Epstein renew attention to the problem of child sex trafficking in the U.S.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Congress battles over funding for security and humanitarian care at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Thursday on the NewsHour, the Supreme Court issues major rulings on the census citizenship question and the role of courts in partisan gerrymandering.
"Blue Sky Metropolis" is the untold story of how aerospace was central to the growth of California and its emergence as an economic power.
"Artbound" explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
"Earth Focus" is an environmental news magazine that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world.
On "Broken Bread," chef Roy Choi explores social justice issues in Los Angeles and those who use food for change.
"LA Foodways" looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities.
KCET's weekly news documentary series investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
July 19, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Full Episode
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