On the verge of retirement, a marshal stands alone to face a vengeful gunman and his gang.
Country music reaches new audiences through phonographs and radio and launches big stars.
A Club Continental business card may shed light on California's prohibition-era underground.
George spots an army of ants, something the Man with the Yellow Hat warned his messy monkey about.
Daniel goes to the Post Office with Mom, where he learns how letters are sorted and mailed.
Learn about changes in glaciers over time at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center.
The kids shrink down in the Thingamajigger and meet the toughest animal, Wally the Waterbear.
Singing cowboys and country music grow in popularity during the Great Depression and World War II.
Humankind has always had a desire for speed. Hold onto your hats as we ride along with land speed world record holders at Bonneville Speed Week, join Snowbird’s avalanche rescue dogs as they race against time to find trapped skiers in the backcountry, and hit the ice with Olympic long track speed skater Jerica Tandiman.
We follow four artists on their journey to create and inspire. For singer- songwriter Casey Kristofferson, the mountains of central Idaho are a majestic backdrop to write and record his mountain music. Sculptor John Grade found his muse in the form of a lava tube at Craters of the Moon National Monument and created a wooden sculpture based on a digital scan of the interior. Alexandra Paliwoda forges iron into functional art from her blacksmith shop in the valley of the Tetons near the Wyoming border. And Jon Mills chases storm clouds across the desert to capture digital images of stunning desert lightning storms in southern Idaho.