Woodstock: 50 Years Later
History & music documentary
Rights: Unlimited, 8/1/19 to 7/31/21 (NO Live Linear Streaming)
Feeddate/Time: Saturday, July 27, 2019 @ 1700-1800ET/HD04
THERE ARE MOMENTS THAT JUST CHANGE EVERYTHING
For music fans, some moments were so huge that they’re still relevant decades later. The Beatles on Sullivan. Dylan going electric. And of course, there was Woodstock. Even now — maybe especially now — Woodstock still has meaning. Its mix of music, culture, and idealism resonates across the years. It gave youth a voice. It changed the music business and it energized activists. From stadium shows to the #MeToomovement, it still echoes 50 years later.
The program is built around the experts and memorabilia at the Bethel Woods Museum for the Arts, on the site of the festival. We examine three aspects of this world-changing event:
- A festival is born: It took an incredible combination of vision, tenacity – and luck – to pull it off. How did such an unprecedented event come to be, especially after the original location pulled the plug with just four weeks to go?
- The bands: Woodstock was a defining moment for artists like Carlos Santana and Jimi Hendrix; but there were A LOT more bands on the bill. Dig into the famous, the forgotten (Quill, anyone?) and the weird (yes, ShaNaNaplayed Woodstock).
- The legacy: From technological advances that enabled future mega-shows, to the validation of Youth Culture to the social advocacy, Woodstock helped set changes in motion that are still rippling five decades later.
I’ll Have It My Way with Hattie Bryant
“The medicalization of American life from birth to death is killing our souls.”
– Hattie Bryant
As much as we all want to believe we can live forever, we all know deep down that it simply can’t be true.
From this program viewers learn that there are things each of us can do to live fully, all the way to the end. Anyone who is willing to take four simple steps now, while healthy, can minimize if not avoid entirely, the pain, suffering, confusion and disagreements that can arise when end-of-life healthcare wishes are not clearly spelled out.
Americans need this information because 70% say they want to die peacefully surrounded by friends and family … while actually 70% are dying in institutions surrounded by strangers.
Few people choose to contemplate critical illness or the inevitability of death until their time comes. Because possibilities are rarely discussed, many people are unprepared or unable to make critical end-of-life decisions and spend their last days in over-medicalized and unnecessarily painful and protracted situations.
Breaking through the taboo of discussing death, Hattie Bryant shows that we have choices.
Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? with Mark Hyman, MD
Did you know that oatmeal actually isn’t a healthy way to start the day? That milk doesn’t build bones, and eggs aren’t the devil? In Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?, Dr. Mark Hyman looks at every food group and explains what we’ve gotten wrong, revealing which foods nurture our health and which pose a threat. He also explains food’s crucial role in functional medicine and how food systems and policies affect our environmental and personal health.
With myth-busting insights, easy-to-understand science, and delicious, wholesome recipes, Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? is a no-nonsense guide to achieving optimal weight and lifelong health.
Eating real food doesn’t have to be complicated. Dr. Hyman is going to show us the principles of healthy eating by walking through each of the major food catefories – from meats to beverages and everything in between. Dr. Hyman tells the viewer exactly what foods to focus on and what to avoid. He will provide easy steps to get started, taking out all of the guess work of putting together meals. As a bonus, Dr. Hyman will also explain how food is one of the greatest contributors to global warming and pollution, then he will show us what foods will take less of a toll on our environment and our health.