Bugs as Food, Rudolph Schindler, Gold Prospecting, Hummingbirds | KCET
Season 6, Episode 14
Could bugs be the solution to the world's food crisis? Reporter Derrick Shore explores why more people are turning to insects as a sustainable source of protein.
Jennifer Sabih takes a look at how a local pastor and his congregation in South Central LA resurrected the only house of worship Rudolph Schindler ever built.
Although it's been more than 160 years since the Gold Rush began, people are still looking to strike it rich today. Judy Muller visits modern-day gold prospectors along the San Gabriel River.
Val Zavala shows you hummingbirds like you've never seen them before. Eye-opening, slow-motion footage reveals the fascinating world of these tiny wonders of flight.
Season 7, Episode 23
For decades, residents in one of LA's biggest public housing projects have been waiting for new homes. Has the time finally come?
A story from Persian mythology is told in spectacular form with puppets, masks, digital imagery and light.
Season 7, Episode 28
The popularity of bugs as food is growing. Could insects be our next big food source?
A scientist at the Huntington Botanical Gardens is finding a way to freeze succulents that could go extinct.
The Eco-Village is an “intentional community” of people who live sustainably, affordably and cooperatively in the middle of LA.
Penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific enjoy chasing virtual mice on an IPad.
Season 7, Episode 9
There is a growing awareness and concern about coyotes in Southern California. Many residents are concerned that their pets and even toddlers could be hurt or killed by coyotes.
For the first time in more than a century, the Los Angeles City Council officially legalized urban beekeeping in single family homes in October 2015.
Taxidermy is very much alive at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Season 7, Episode 11
Shootings of unarmed black males nationwide have ignited discussions about the lack of concern for African-Americans. Following the killings of Michael Brown in Ferguson and Ezell Ford in L.A, the Black Lives Matter movement was formed.
A disproportionate number of police killings sparks demands for change.
A police officer brings authority and humanity to a tough beat.
Season 7, Episode 14
The dramatic rise in drones has sparked new government regulations.
A single building contains 54 commercial kitchens designed to give creative chefs a boost.
A cafe attracts board game lovers who want a break from tech-based entertainment.
Season 7, Episode 4.
The story of two mountain lions trying to survive in an urban environment. An artist who is losing her sight has created an exquisite tiny house. Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are finding help managing their symptoms in man's best friend.