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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
Miami Beach, FL, Part 2 of 3

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW: Miami Beach, FL, Part 2 of 3

 

In Miami Beach, Florida, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg is beachcombing for tips from appraiser Kevin Zavian about how to buy and sell gold. Highlights include an archive of correspondence and photos, circa 1965, marking the friendship between a cigar-loving Winston Churchill and the guest’s Cuban great-aunt and uncle; a stunning 1908 example of New Orleans’ Newcomb College pottery; and an heirloom collection of vintage diamond rings and a necklace, estimated to be worth $80,000 to $100,000.

 

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NO PASSPORT REQUIRED
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NO PASSPORT REQUIRED: New Orleans

 

Chef Marcus Samuelsson discovers how Vietnamese cuisine and culture have influenced the city in delicious ways. From pho to banh mi, he learns how young chefs are taking culinary traditions and translating them for a new, multicultural generation.

 

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AUSTIN CITY LIMITS
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue

 

Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, a native of New Orleans, grew up playing music in the Treme neighborhood. He was leading his own band by the age of six and released his first album when he was only 16.  Now in his 20s, Andrews is bringing his special blend of funk, rock, jazz and hip-hop to a national audience.

 

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Christmastime in New Orleans

Christmastime in New Orleans

 

This special captures the contagious spirit of the city as it transports viewers into the holiday season with music, food and a uniquely New Orleans style of hospitality during Christmastime. Featuring music from the NOLA Players as well as special guest appearances by actors Wendell Pierce and Jim Caviezel and internationally acclaimed chefs John Folse, Leah Chase and John Besh. Hosted by Raymond Arroyo.

 

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THE KATE
Marc Broussard

 

The blue-eyed soul Louisiana native wows with his R&B-inflected voice and guitar, and ace New Orleans-style band. He plays his hits including “Home” and, from his new album, “Baton Rouge” and “Easy to Love,” the title track. Broussard gives an honest interview full of Bayou charm and family history.

 

 

THE CROWD & THE CLOUD
Viral vs. Virus

 

Sensors on asthma inhalers generate real-time maps of environmental dangers to help patients, physicians and disease detectives in Louisville, Kentucky. Street knowledge was also crucial in a historic medical breakthrough: John Snow’s mapping of cholera fatalities in 19th century London. In West Oakland, California, citizens confront air pollution and rising asthma rates by collecting traffic data. Local ordinances are changed and everyone breathes easier.

 

Can apps and maps combat globalized diseases in a warming world? Stories of citizen science fighting mosquito-borne diseases with apps and crowd-sourced data in Barcelona, Houston and New Orleans. In Kenya, Medic Mobile develops smart but low-cost software to give simple phones powerful capabilities to help community health workers improve maternal and child health.

 

Hosted by former NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati, “The Crowd & The Cloud” takes viewers on a global tour of the projects and people on the front lines of citizen science and crowdsourcing.

 

 

ERIE: The Canal that Made America

 

The Erie Canal released the promise of a new nation. The canal’s impact on America and beyond is comparable to the global impact of the Internet. lt transformed the national patterns of immigration and commerce, created the financial capital of the world, left the Mississippi and the port of New Orleans in the dust of its immediate success, and transported new ideas and social movements.

 

 

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