This Week on 'Visiting With Huell Howser' -- LAPD Motors and a Fireboat


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Monday @ 7:30PM -- "LAPD Motors"

Huell spends the day learning about the rich history of the LAPD Motor Officers who hop on a motorcycle to protect and serve. You may be surprised to learn that this force has been patrolling Los Angeles for over one hundred years!

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Tuesday @ 8:00PM -- "Press Photographers"


Huell meets the photographers behind some of the most memorable and historical images of the 20th century as he attends the opening of the 75th Anniversary Historical Photo Exhibit onboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach.

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Wednesday @ 7:30PM -- "Quilt Show"

California's rich history has been documented in many ways, but the tradition of quilting is an expression of California life through beautiful and intricate pieces of art. Join Huell as he visits an exhibit of California quilts covering a 100-year history and the Foothill Quilters who keep this tradition alive.

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Thursday @ 7:30PM -- "Short Fuse Tour"

Join Huell as he gets a special tour from Bill Mann, a.k.a. "Short Fuse" and learns about the Lucerne Valley's rich mining history.

Friday @ 7:30PM -- "Lindbergh Beacon"

Huell traces the history of the Lindbergh Beacon, which was discovered at a city warehouse in the 1990s, restored to its original glory, and now shines over downtown Los Angeles from the top of City Hall. We also revisit Huell's original segment on the Beacon, when Project Restore rededicated the Beacon in the LAX terminal after its 50-year absence.

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Saturday @ 5PM -- "Fireboat Update"

Huell visits San Pedro Harbor and sees what has happened with the old fireboat, the Ralph. J. Scott, and then checks out the brand-new, state-of-the-art fireboat.

Sunday @ 7:00PM -- "B-2 Bomber"
This one hour special takes us from Northrop Grumman where the B2 is built and to the Edwards Air Force Base to take a look at the B2 close up. Huell and Luis were the first media representatives to be allowed in the cockpit of this top secret plane.