National Productions

"Golf's Grand Design" examines the history and role of American golf course architecture and explores the unique relationship between the people who play the game and the places where they play. Golf’s playing fields have recognizable characteristics – fairways, greens, bunkers, and water hazards-- but golf is the only sport played on a field with no specifically defined dimensions."Golf's Grand Design" focuses on golf course architecture from the 1880s through present day and highlights some of America’s best known and most influential courses.

The program was inspired by The Robert J. Stransky Foundation in collaboration with WNED-TV.

In Buffalo, NY, some of the greatest works of American architecture relay a remarkable story that resonates with the universal themes of home, family and friendship.

More than a celebration of a natural wonder, "Niagara Falls" is a study of human achievement and human folly on an epic scale.

With stunning re-enactments, evocative animation and the incisive commentary of key experts, The War of 1812 presents the conflict that forged the destiny of a continent.