Catalyst: Racing against infectious diseases

“Catalyst” follows ASU professor and microbiologist Cheryl Nickerson as she seeks to find cures for remaining strands of infectious diseases.

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Cheryl Nickerson, professor, Biodesign Center for Immunotherapy, Vaccines and Virotherapy

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Use food to heal yourself following Dr. Fuhrman's roadmap

Filled with the latest science and research about the healing power of food and ways to stay healthy, "Dr. Fuhrman's Food as Medicine" provides viewers a roadmap for adding practical, easy-to-follow steps to help prevent disease and improve health.

'Julia Child's Best Bites' celebrates 'The French Chef' herself

More than 50 years after its debut, "The French Chef" remains important television. That’s why today’s most popular chefs, celebrities and Julia devotees have joined PBS to share personal insights and engage in light-hearted conversations as they screen — and delight in — Julia’s most-beloved episodes.

See Pink Floyd perform in Venice for the first time

On July 15, 1989, Pink Floyd performed for more than 200,000 people in the romantic setting of Venice at a concert that was described by press as a “Night of Wonders.” "Pink Floyd: Live in Venice" marks the first authorized broadcast of the restored and remastered concert.