Huell spends the day with a group of warm, interesting and generous Newberry Springs locals.
Now in its fourth season, "California Coastal Trail" will return on kcet.org with six new episodes on July 6.
A Q&A will immediately follow with the film’s subject Scotty Bowers and director Matt Tyrnauer.
Falconry is an ancient sport that has a small, but enthusiastic following in California.
Professional storm chaser George Kourounis goes on a global adventure, travelling to some of the most dangerous places on Earth.
Los Angeles has the potential to become a sanctuary for other endangered species – even those who are not native to Southern California.
A community science program is helping both researchers and citizens understand how vibrant of a nature sanctuary Los Angeles really is.
Designing cities that consider both animal and human habitats requires time and money but most of all, it requires a desire to imagine a city where we can enjoy reconnecting with the natural world.
This show highlights the conviviality of a South American cookout, which can last through the day and well into the night, with different courses served for hours on end.
Ming continues his adventure in Norway, catching up with chef Geir Skeier, winner of the 2009 Bocuse d'Or world cooking contest.
Its bright but complex flavors and affinity for smoke and fire have fueled the obsession with Mexican food and drink north of the border.
Ming takes off for Norway to explore its rich culture and beautiful landscape.
Kerry Kennedy talks about our current political climate, how one person can make a difference in the world every day and her new book about her father, Robert F. Kennedy.
Why did this native plant of South America become so popular in California?
Known casually as "Big Blue," this Scientology building on Fountain Avenue looks every inch like the grand, private fortresses of old Los Angeles.
Addressing low homeownership rates requires a multi-faceted approach that addresses the various barriers to homeownership such as affordability, access to credit, immigration status and linguistic isolation.
On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions quoted the Bible to justify his department’s immigration policies.
The EPA is facing a major new scandal after it worked with the White House to bury an alarming federal study detailing widespread chemical contamination of the nation’s water supply.
The city does not currently have an ordinance regulating Airbnb.
The California Bureau of Cannabis Control has issued more than 1,000 cease and desist letters to marijuana businesses operating without state licenses.
"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.
"Artbound" explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
"And Then There Were None" is a miniseries based on Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None," one of the best-selling crime novels of all time, with 100 million copies sold worldwide.
"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
To learn the truth about his sister's mysterious disappearance, a young man infiltrates a hotel in the guise of a footman and begins an investigation.
KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
Each term has distinctions and meanings that have all kinds of political and legal implications. Confusion over the differences is understandable. Socal Connected breaks down each category in this simple to follow video.
The Marin County Fair has made a huge effort to make a very small footprint on the environment.