Coastal Sustainability author and shellfish biologist Sandy Macfarlane describes the muddy road to today's vibrant shellfish industry that produces the succulent morsels we love and helps to preserve the waters we love just as much.
Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw, Mercy Otis Warren, James Otis Jr., Mad Jack Percival James H Ellis, former Vice President of the West Barnstable Historical Society traces the stories of Lemuel Shaw, Mercy Otis Warren, James Otis Jr. and Mad Jack Percival.
Journalist Jan Brogan reveals how the 1976 murder of a Harvard football player in Boston's old red light district and the two trials that followed impacted the city, state and ultimately the nation.
Author Lenore Skomal relates this true story to be produced as a major motion picture; Set against the backdrop of a country in turmoil including the Civil War and the Woman's Suffrage Movement, Ida's ordinary life took a drastic turn when the world discovered she had been silently saving the lives of countless sailors.
Author Kevin Doyle and historian artist Karen Rinaldo flash back to the religious persecution of the Separatists which inspired their pilgrimage and journey to the New World.
Founder and Executive Director of the New Bedford fishing Heritage Center, Laura Orleans and Captain Rodney Avila who has fished commercially for over 60 years introduces the workings of the New Bedford commercial fishing industry and relate why it is more than a job.
Popular speaker Don Wilding recounts the voyage of the Portland as a killer storm approaches, sending the vessel to the depths of Cape Cod Bay and claiming 200 lives.
Bill Higgins, former sports editor for the Cape Cod Times focuses on the Cape League's history which includes some of the biggest stars in the game.
Mark McGrath explores the beauty of the Outer Cape through photography and stories.
Greg Williams recounts the legend of Lizzie Borden as we celebrate her birthday.
Author, Kate Storey talks about Hyannisport, where for 100 years, America's most storied political family has come to celebrate, bond, play and grieve.
Historian Drew Lopenzia recounts the true story of William Apess of the Pegueot Indian Nation, who helped Mashpee Indians gain their civil rights through one of the first sustained actions of civil liberty in US History.
Historian Deborah Swiss relays the compelling true story, soon to be a tv series, of survival and triumph of the human spirit through the eyes of three extraordinary women, who were among the founding fathers of modern Australia.
Dr. Robert Martello explores Revere's patriotic service to the country which took place in workshops and factories and was instrumental in closing America's technological gap with England and entering the Industrial Age.
Dr. Daphne Palmer Geanacopoulos recounts the dramatic and deliciously swashbuckling story of Sarah Kidd, the wife of the famous pirate Captain Kidd, charting her transformation from New York socialite to international outlaw during the Golden Age of Piracy.
Popular speaker and Barnstable resident Tim Lindberg weaves the true story of hardship, heartbreak and greed, honor and loyalty and the will to survive as two voyagers set the scene for a world in which the Pilgrims find themselves.
Best-Selling author Michael Tougias shares what each of us is capable of when under pressure and chronicles the stories of people who experienced harrowing events to become survivors.
Park Ranger Samantha Gray recounts the challenges to build the Cape Cod bridges.
Andrew Noone recounts the saga of the first woman in American history to be executed after the Declaration of Independence.
David Gergen, a leader in the public arena for more than a half century and advisor to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Bush and Clinton , reveals the time tested secrets of dynamic leadership.