The life of South African activist Winnie Mandela and her struggle against apartheid are explored.
The story of Nebraska artist Emery Blagdon and the men responsible for preserving his art is told.
Sid creates a sport called Play-Doh Ball. When he tries to bounce the ball it splats on the ground.
The Pteranodon kids have a Nature Trackers adventure when they meet super-long Denise Diplodocus.
Daniel and his classmates get to choose a new class pet and learn to vote for a bunny or a turtle.
George tries to rescue a beloved bijou theatre from being replaced by a self-cleaning parking lot.
Donita Donata has been capturing all the fireflies to use in the making of a sparkly dress.
The team makes a budget to control their spending while making a film for Headmaster Stumblesnore.
SciGirl Hannah and her friends design and build their own working miniature wind farm.
Week 3 of the Utah Legislature: a record number of bills leads to successes and stalls. The federal government avoids long-term shut down and signs a two year budget deal.
Take a risky dive into an underwater cave in Mexico to uncover the 13, 000 year-old skeleton of a prehistoric teenager.
The extravagance of the titans of the late 19th century contrasted with the poverty of workers.
What is multicultural competence and why is it important in our ever-diversifying state?
1918 - 1922. With the end of the war, Carter resumes his search for the lost tomb of Tutankhamun. He encounters Lord Carnarvon’s daughter, Evelyn, all grown up. They soon fall in love, but must keep their affair secret from her father.
News of the horrific famine in Ireland has finally reached the queen. She is adamant that her government should be doing more to help, but meets with surprising opposition from her prime minister.
Feeling suffocated by the weight of the crown, Victoria escapes to the Scottish highlands.
An apparent suicide leads Sidney to perform an exorcism. Gary goes on trial.