Steve Page took action after devastating forest fires. Mackenzie McRee found solace on the golf course. Monique and Jocelyn Lamoureaux are leaders in Olympic women's hockey and gender equality in sports. Joanne Reid shares her sprinting heroes.
Josh voyages to Dorfu in the Ionian Sea. There he heads to Corfu's Old Town and learns to dance the syrtaki. He meets a maker known for her baklava, a boat captain on a traditional trehantiri and learns how olives are harvested to make olive oil.
Dylan Dreyer sees the low-laying plains and Mekong River in Cambodia. There, Asian elephants survive with water. The ruins of Angkor by the Khmer are conquered by macaques. Black-shanked doucs swing above and the moon bear and praying mantis live below.
Jack Rico digs deep into how to find the right snow blower to clear a driveway. Safe ways to use a cellphone while driving are explored and with the help of a Consumer Reports expert, Jack learns about choosing the right mattress for a good night's sleep.
Danny Seo shares a yoga mat with baby Nigerian dwarf goats, swaps cheese for nutritional yeast to bake dairy-free almond zucchini crackers, makes jars into stars with an easy glass-etching project and offers aloe vera-infused idea for soothing sunburns.
Dr. Debbie James determines whether removing a herniated disc will help Anchor the terrier's spinal cord compression. Another terrier named Sydra sees cardiologist Dr. Regan Williams. Pekingese Ping's skin rash could be a bacterial or an immune disorder.
Former White House correspondents Sam Donaldson and Phil Jones enjoyed a friendly rivalry covering Vietnam, Watergate and the Iran Contra Affair. Now they are on the same team, promoting one of the nation's best cancer research centers.