Scientists hunt for debris and clues to the origin and makeup of a meteor that landed in Russia.
The firing of thousands of federal workers in the 1950s stirred outrage in the gay community.
An amateur archaeologist's theory may reveal where the queen Cleopatra's lost tomb is hidden.
Buster is thrilled when Lakewood Elementary starts a program where kids can earn prizes for reading.
Grandpere and Daniel have fun hunting for buried treasure and they also take a sunrise boat ride.
The kids meet Treetop Tom and see how his tough tongue can pick food off of thorny branches.
Martin and Chris uncover the amazing relationship between the Honey guide bird and Honey badger.
In this special, Jet and his Boxwood Terrace friends learn all about Neil Armstrong and the Apollo Space Program as they embark on a sleepover on the Moon.
The CyberSquad and their new friend Scanner embark on a quest to build a new Encryptor Chip for Motherboard and cure her virus. With Hacker in hot pursuit, the kids must run, ski, canoe and climb their way to the end of the mission. Topics: Being Active; Data Representation/Tables
From farm-to-table operations to cuisine as art form, food can inspire us in surprising ways. We’ll meet local artist Kent Christensen, who uses depictions of candy as a societal critique, get an inside look at Utah’s craft chocolate industry, and visit Mesa Farm Market, a sustainable farm in Caineville that sells goat cheese, oven-fired bread, organic produce, and more.
Features the southwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park along the Idaho border. Geography, waterfalls, hiking, horsepacking, and snowmobiling in the area.
New DCI John Barnaby investigates when a local DJ is crushed to death at a girls' boarding school.
The Nile River provides a lifeline for Africa's wildest beasts and for some incredible cultures.