Hello Moscow | KCET
In this one-hour special taped on a camcorder in 1990 and 1991, Huell goes behind the Iron Curtain to visit the charismatic people of Moscow during a very exciting time in Russian history. He explores the largest outdoor swimming pool, where people swim in the heart of snowy winters; stops by an outdoor pet market with beautiful Russian dogs and cats; and checks out a gym, record store, and barber shop.
Huell records the aftermath of the attempted coup on a second trip to the Russian capital. He sees graffiti on the Russian White House and the pedestal where Lenin's statue once stood, and witnesses the dawning of a new political era and the excitement of the people of Russia.
Huell goes to six different restaurants in L.A., including Olvera St. Juanita’s and La Luz Del Dia.
You’ve seen the giant windmills alongside the road to Palm Springs. Well now you can learn all about them with Huell as he gets a special “Wind Farm Tour” in an electric cart. One of only 6 wind farms in the world, this is a great place to learn about one of mankind’s earliest forms of energy.