Once upon a time, wild food was all there was. If you didn’t pick it, catch it, or kill it, you didn’t eat. That’s all changed, of course, but what have we lost in our move from the wilderness that once supported us? And what could we gain by rediscovering foraging as a source of food?
Cycling her way through the Netherlands, Brianna Barnes learns about Dutch resistance to Spanish rule; enjoys modern art in The Hague; surfs the North Sea in Sheveningen; earns her witch's certificate in the medieval town of Oudewater; discovers the history of the tulip in Leiden; and tests her skills in a canal jumping contest in Heidenskip.
Filled with wisdom, humor and insight, this special features Ed Slott helping viewers navigate the potholes, detours and road blocks to a prosperous, fun and worry-free retirement. Ed shows how to take your retirement savings on a permanent vacation from taxes and avoid a tax hungry Uncle Sam at every turn!
This week, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW uncovers changes in the value of appraisals from 15 years ago. Highlights include a Bakelite collection, a 19th-century Tabor mining archive, German silver music boxes (pictured) and some Jessie Willcox Smith paintings. See which item more than doubles its original valuation.
During the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944, hundreds of ships sank while running the gauntlet of mines and bunkers, creating one of the world’s largest underwater archaeological sites. In this special, dive teams, submersibles and underwater robots identify key examples of the Allied craft that fell victim to German shellfire, mines and torpedoes.