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What's New to PBS Passport from American Public Television, Streaming Now (September)

Fall has finally come upon us... and so has a huge wave of your favorite shows on PBS Passport!
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American Public Television Programming - Now Available to Stream in PBS Passport (:30)

Through an exciting partnership between PBS and American Public Television, you'll now be able to stream hundreds of episodes from "America's Test Kitchen," "Best of the Joy of Painting," "Rick Steves' Island Hopping Europe" and much more with your PBS Passport membership.

Check out this list below to see shows available to watch right now. To learn more about the PBS Passport benefit, click here.

Food

America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Image of Julia cooking from her home-kitchen taken from episode 2103.
Watch "America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated" with your PBS Passport membership.

Hosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison lead a team of veteran test cooks to bring more foolproof recipes to the home cook. Join them as they deconstruct recipes, share the results of their exhaustive equipment reviews and taste tests, and reveal the secrets to foolproof cooking at home.

Pati's Mexican Table

Pati Jinich poses in a kitchen.
Watch the newest season of "Pati's Mexican Table" on PBS Passport.

Join Pati as she embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico’s rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, her family life, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the U.S.

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

Host Christopher Kimball instructs Josh Mamaclay on meal prep.
Watch "Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Televion" seasons 4 and 5 on PBS Passport.

The editors of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Magazine search the world over for techniques and ingredients that can transform your home cooking, producing bigger, bolder dishes with less time and effort.

Lifestyle

The Best of the Joy of Painting

A Bob Ross painting of mountains and a sunset sky.
Watch season 35 and 36 of "The Best of the Joy of Painting" on PBS Passport.

Using his "wet-on-wet" technique, Bob paints natural scenes with bold strokes across the canvas, from cascading waterfalls to snow-covered forests. Bob Ross' calm disposition and easy-to-follow instruction remind viewers that "there are no mistakes, only happy accidents."

Rick Steves' Island Hopping Europe

Rick Steves
Join Rick Steves in this island hopping adventure through Europe on PBS Passport.

In this unforgettable voyage, join Rick Steves on a tour of four of Europe's most intriguing and surprising islands: Malta, Capri, Orkney, and Skye. This island-hopping adventure comes with remote beaches, Crusader castles, a Blue Lagoon, pre-historic wonders, and salty traditional island lifestyles.

Urban Conversion

Gina and Rodman Schley.
Watch the latest season of "Urban Conversion" on PBS Passport.

Follow entrepreneur Rodman Schley and his eco-enthusiast wife Gina as they combine their passions to explore how to live a more family-centered, sustainable lifestyle.

History

Fauci: The Virus Hunter

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testifies on the Ebola outbreak in West Africa on Capitol Hill in Washington, Sept. 16, 2014.
Watch "Fauci: The Virus Hunter" with your PBS Passport membership.

An in-depth look at Dr. Anthony Fauci's life story and esteemed career. Compelling images and videos archived by the Associated Press give an expansive view of the breadth of his contributions and service to the country and the world.

Journey Home to the USS Arizona

Journey Home to the USS Arizona
Watch "Journey Home to the USS Arizona" on PBS Passport.

The family of Raymond Haerry, Sr. travel to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor to place his ashes aboard the sunken battleship. One of the few remaining crew members who survived the attack, Haerry passed away at the age of 94, and in 2017, he was interred in the USS Arizona, rejoining more than 1,000 of his shipmates who lost their lives on that fateful day.

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