Pop star Jonah Rose stops by Pinkville, and Pinkalicious and Peter are excited to see him do the 'Jonah Jump'; Pinkalicious writes the catchiest song that everyone sings, and tries to write an even catchier one to get it out of their heads.
Molly finds an old photo of Grandpa as a child and is shocked to see him singing and drumming. / The Qyah Canoers are ready for their first competition. There’s just one problem: Molly, Tooey, and Trini don’t know how to canoe!
Nancy takes the 'ouch' out of finishing quilt tops—fearless and fun! Start by layering and pinning (or fusing), then learn easy no fear quilting options, basic to creative, and all done on your sewing machine—no hand sewing.
Sara goes to Charlotte, North Carolina to join a viewer with a unique take on tamales - this one is for dessert. Then she joins a Miami food blogger with her own take on traditional Vaca Frita. This one's with chicken and is served in a taco.
Dana and Don show Kevin design samples at their studio. Richard demonstrates how a heat pump works. Mark watches as stone veneer is applied. The plumber installs a wall hung toilet tank inside the wall. Don builds his powder room vanity with Tom.
Tom travels to Colorado to help a couple build a DIY swing set for their young son; Nathan demonstrates how to build saw horses using leftover materials from the job site; in Future House, Ross learns about automated home construction.
It's Christmas at Arkwright's and Granville has his eye on a tree that gives him more than he bargained for. Nurse Gladys gossips with Mrs. Featherstone about job tactics. Eric and Cyril embark on a new fitness plan to impress their wives.
An all-star celebration of the genre featuring performances by Vince Gill, Dierks Bentley, Rosanne Cash, Rhiannon Giddens, Kathy Mattea, Marty Stuart, Dwight Yoakam and more. Explore styles that have defined and propelled country music through the years.
Explore the complicated history of the American South and its music through the life of country star Charley Pride. Raised in segregated Mississippi, his journey shows the ways that artistic expression can triumph over prejudice and injustice.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Yang details his signature proposal to give every American adult $1,000 each month. Yang discusses his growing concerns about robots and artificial intelligence replacing American jobs.