This celebration of Louis Armstrong takes the best of the man – his music, his city, his creativity – and turns it into a wonderful New Orleans festival!
A decade after Hurricane Katrina hit, the recovery continues in New Orleans. I meet some of the volunteers who have travelled to the city to help.
How you can see Independence Hall and The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Warning: the tickets go fast!
Don’t be fooled, a plane has not crashed into the streets of Philadelphia. This is a piece of street art. But look inside and you’ll see there’s more to it.
Visiting the house in Virginia that Thomas Jefferson built gives you an insight to his genius. But it also raises questions of his morality and ethics!
If you’re expecting a cool espionage museum, be prepared for disappointment. Even though this is a NSA facility, it makes being a spy look pretty boring!
Just past the border of Washington DC is a place where men used to go to settle their disputes. Two guns, one survivor. That was politics at its simplest.
It’s got a college feel to it but there’s a lot more to the US Naval Academy than a school. This is where the future of the US military is trained!
This museum might have a boring name but it hides one of the most fascinating relics of US history. And hardly anybody knows it’s here!