Sample Hidden Los Angeles, which previously aired as part of the Emmy Award-winning public television series Travelscope. Go off the beaten path with award-winning journalist and author Joseph Rosendo as he shows you some great places to eat, interesting things to do and introduces you to some unique local traditions. Visit Venice Beach, Marina del Rey, Malibu, Topanga State Park and more.
The Real City: Tour the city’s nooks and crannies in Hidden Los Angeles. Visit Marina del Rey to watch birds fish and sea lions play, then take off on a beach bike path that stretches nearly 20 miles. Make stops at Santa Monica Pier and Venice Pier, and meet locals. Paddle the Venice Canals before heading to the beach. Next, explore nature in Los Angeles with a hike in the 11,000-acre Topanga State Park and get a view from Point Dume in Malibu.
Santa Ynez Valley: It may be most famous for its role in the 2004 Academy Award-winning film Sideways, but there is more to the Santa Ynez Valley than wine. Go for a horseback ride, stop at a tavern that’s been around since 1886 when it was a stagecoach stop, and visit a charming Danish town. Finally, tour the wineries!
- Two programs that previously aired on public television’s Emmy Award-winning series Travelscope
- Hosted by award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo
- Spotlighting the Santa Ynez Valley, the backdrop in the Academy Award-winning film Sideways
- Wineries include Sanford, featured in the film Sideways, Foley and Provence-inspired Sunstone
- Visit Venice Beach, the Venice Canals, Marina del Rey, Point Dume, Rancho Oso, Solvang and more