Jumpin' Joe and the Joe Dome
Joe Johnston may be one of the greatest masters pole vaulters of all-time and this may be one of the greatest masters track stories of all-time. Where else are you going to be amazed, have a laugh and learn the secret to life?
Stand Up and Fight
We love to tell the stories of cancer survivors, people who stare death in the face, beat it, then go on to live rich, fulfilling lives. But it doesn't always happen that way. Meet a woman who died trying to get access to a life-saving vaccine.
On the Road with the World's Fittest Trucker
Who's ready for a road trip? The world's fittest truck driver checks in with us from the cab of his truck to tell us what kind of response he received from our first story and how he's changing lives of truckers everywhere.
He Has No Legs But Still Stands Tall
Just a few years ago, Roderick Sewell was a homeless teenager with no legs who was failing school. Today, he's a world-class athlete, attends college and he's set his sights on a big goal -- making the Paralympics team.
Healthy 100 Minute: Reforming Healthcare
The Healthy 100 program is doing something revolutionary. Find out how it's replacing the culture of treating diseases with hope, health and wellness.
Healthy 100 Minute: Choosing Health
Your choices matter when it comes to health. It's not up to your doctors or the government. It's up to you and your family. Find out how to choose a healthy way of living and stop the trend of diseases.
Keep on Rocking
Meet the Bats, a popular Kentucky group that likes to rock but not on chairs. They prefer to rock the stage. This group of 50-somethings regularly sells out its gigs and always leaves the audience laughing.
So She Thought She Could Dance
Like millions, Quin Bommelje is a big fan of the dance competition shows on TV. She convinced her husband to sign up for lessons with her, but now, the woman who couldn't dance, is waltzing her way to the winner's circle in top competitions.
Big River Man
Slovenian Martin Strel is the most famous endurance swimmer in the world. Part Borat/part superhero, the 53-year-old conquered the entire length of the Amazon, swimming for 66 days and 3,278 miles through waters teeming with deadly creatures.
The Barefoot Competitor
Judy Myers doesn't look her age, and she doesn't act it either. Find out how standing up on her two bare feet changed her body, opened her mind and put the spark back in her life.