The Create Cooking Challenge returns this winter. Watch for details beginning January 17.
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According to Forbes, the answer is Live From the Artists Den -- a series that pairs performers with curated, intimate venues to create a one-night-only experience.
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Numerous APT programs and hosts have been nominated for awards at the 7th annual Taste Awards, including Cook's Country, Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking, Growing a Greener World, Mexico – One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless, Pati's Mexican Table, Simply Ming, P. Allen Smith's Garden Home, Lidia Bastianich, and more!Read More »
Public television programs come from a variety of sources and thus, program-related merchandise (DVD, Blu-Ray, CDs, books, etc…) may be purchased in a variety of ways. If you cannot order through your local public television station, then we encourage you to check the individual program page on APTonline.org. There, you will often find product details, pricing and ordering details. If you still cannot find product information, then we suggest you visit the producer’s website listed on the APT program pages. Otherwise, no merchandise is currently available.
Generally, APT is only given rights to distribute a program to stations for a few years. At that time, the rights revert to the producers, who may sell it to a commercial channel or distribute it via some other means. Unfortunately, stations may not broadcast even the most popular of the older programs without the rights. The same applies for DVDs. Video distribution lies at the discretion of the producer/copyright holder. Also, if your "favorite old show" dates back to the 1970s and '80s, most producers at that time did not consider video distribution.