Grace Creek Media Credits

•A World On The Brink, a four-hour documentary series on geopolitical trends and the future of the international order, airing on PBS in the spring of 2018. (2018)

•Israel’s Religiously Divided Society, documentary based on new public opinion research by the Pew Research Center. (2017)

•A Matter of Leadership, A one-hour documentary look at how principals are making a critical difference in reducing the high school dropout rate. Presented as part of the CPB programming initiative, “American Graduates: Let’s Make It Happen.” With host Jim Glassman. (2012)

•It's More Than A Game, Hosted by Hollywood actor and youth coach Sean Astin, this series presents practical tips and strategies from experts, coaches, parents and athletes for how to give youth sports back to the youth. (2012)

•Shaun White: Wizard of Winter Games A one-hour Sportskool documentary profile of the Olympic snowboarding champion, including exclusive interview footage as well as behind-the-scenes footage of training and competition. (2010)

•Ideas in Action with Jim Glassman, the weekly series on ideas and their consequences. (2010-2011)

•Think Tank With Ben Wattenberg, the weekly PBS series on ideas and public policy. (1994-2009)

•First Steps, A six-part series produced for the Tharwa Foundation, a US non-profit group working to bring peaceful democratic change to Syria. Hosted by Syrian dissident Ammar Abdulhamid, each 30-minute episode explores topics related to democratic and social change within Syria. Distributed by satellite, internet and other means directly to Syrians. (2009)

•Sportskool Supersessions Thirteen half-hour programs for syndication featuring some of Sportskool's most famous coaches including Mia Hamm, Doug Flutie, Tony Gwinn and Misty May Trainor. (2009)

•Fighting Words, a one-hour PBS autobiography of Ben Wattenberg and the history of neoconservativsm. (2008)

•The Real Economy, a one-hour PBS documentary on the mismeasurement of the American economy. (2008)

•Closer To Truth, a 39-part television series and website on the cosmos, consciousness and God. (2008)

•Project Happiness, a feature-length documentary film on high school students who travel to India to meet the Dalai Lama. (2008)

•Moneywise with Kelvin Boston, the PBS personal finance series for people of color. (2002-2007)

•Church & State, one-hour documentary on religion and the law, from the founding fathers to the present Supreme Court for The Fox News Channel. (2006)

•Wine Food & Friends with Karen MacNeil, the series on wine and food pairing produced in association with Cooking Light magazine. (2005)

•Animal Planet Heroes: Hurricane Rescues and Hurricane Reunions, two one-hour documentaries on efforts to save pets in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and reunite them with their owners, produced with USA TODAY for Animal Planet. (2005)

•Heaven on Earth: The Rise & Fall of Socialism, a three-hour documentary series based on the book by Joshua Muravchik charting the history of the socialist idea and why it fails to deliver the utopia it promises. (2005)

•Financial Insecurity: Facing America’s Crisis in Healthcare & Retirement, a one-hour special on challenges facing employers and employees. (2005)

•Traveling Smart with Rudy Maxa, a one-hour television presentation before a live audience featuring National Public Radio’s original Savvy Traveler. (2002)

•The Big Band Sound of WWII, a one-hour televised concert event and companion CD featuring the 30-piece Eric Felten Jazz Orchestra. (2001)

•Art Under The Radar, a one-hour PBS documentary on the movement to revive representational painting in modern art. (2001)

•The Giving Boom, a one-hour PBS documentary on new trends in philanthropy. (2001)

•The First Measured Century, a three-hour PBS documentary on the impact of social science methodology on the last hundred years of American life, with host Ben Wattenberg. Companion book published by the AEI Press. (2000)

•Orchid Delirium, a light-hearted look at orchids and orchid collectors through the experience of two of the world’s premiere orchid expositions. (2000)

•Implode! Building Trust, Teamwork and Communications with 10,000 Tons of TNT, a fifteen-minute motivational tape that demonstrates the importance of communications skills by going on-location with the world’s foremost demolition team. (2000)

•Omnibus: Television’s Golden Age, a ninety-minute PBS retrospective on the historic television series featuring music, dance, drama and comedy with Alistair Cooke and Hume Cronyn. (1999)

•The Stockholder Society, a one-hour PBS documentary on the social and political impact of today’s growing participation in the stock market. (1999)

•Deja Vu All Over Again: The Life of Yogi Berra, a PBS biography of the great baseball player with host Bob Costas. (1999)

•Expressions of Common Hands, a one-hour PBS documentary on the folk art of the Pennsylvania Dutch. (1999)

•Faith & Reason, a one-hour PBS documentary on science and religion narrated by journalist and author Margaret Wertheim. (1998)

•America Is Number One: What Next? a one-hour PBS special on US foreign policy in the wake of the Cold War. (1998)

•Edith Piaf: La Vie En Rose, a PBS biography of the great cabaret singer featuring 16 of her greatest songs, hosted by Broadway and television star Bebe Neuwirth. (1998)

•Follow The Money, the 26-part weekly PBS series covering the Senate campaign finance hearings, co-hosted by Ray Suarez and Gail Harris. (1997)

•The Grandchild Gap, a one-hour documentary on global demographic trends. (1997)

•Can the States Do It Better? A one-hour special edition of Think Tank on devolving power from Washington back to the states. (1996)

•Affirmative Action: The History of An Idea, a one-hour special edition of Think Tank on the origins, growth and transition of affirmative action programs from the 1960s to the present (1996)

•A Third Choice, a one-hour PBS history of third parties and independent candidates in American politics (1996, updated and re-aired in 2000)

•The Hammond Harwood House: A Jewel of Annapolis, a fifteen-minute video tour of this historic Maryland house. (1996)

•The Germans: Portrait of A New Nation, a one-hour PBS documentary marking the fifth anniversary of German reunification. (1995)

•Values Matter Most, a one-hour television essay for PBS based on the book by Ben Wattenberg. (1995)

•Notre Dame: Witness To History, a one-hour documentary on the great French cathedral and the history, literature, and myth that surround it. (1995)

•Gargoyles: Guardians Of The Gate, a one-hour documentary exploring the legends, architectural significance, and symbolism of gargoyles. (1994)

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