Sometimes the closest you can get to wild animals is your flat screen television. Sean shares a story he produced for Stories From the Heart of the Land about the intense connections that are made through wildlife films and guides such as David Attenborough.
Joel Styzens is a musician, a drummer. But when he developed tinnitus in his ears, he thought he'd have to give up his passion. Soon, Joel realized that he could still play music, he just needed to change instruments. His latest album is Relax Your Ears.
Sirio Maccioni first opened the restaurant in 1974. In 2004, Sirio closed Le Cirque in order to re-open it in a new location. Filmmaker Andrew Rossi documented the closing and the re-opening - capturing scenes such as Sirio getting advice from Henry Kissinger on where to locate the new restaurant.
When Craig James started collecting 19th century photographs of African Americans who had once been enslaved, he had no idea he'd find a preserved image of his own ancestor, his great-great-great grandmother Nursey James. Also on the show: a woman's decision to freeze her eggs.