Anthony Bourdain heads to The Balvenie distillery in Dufftown, Scotland to explore the magic and tradition of whisky making practiced there since 1892. Meet the special group of Scots who have kept the age-old process of single malt whisky making alive over the generations.
The critically acclaimed short film Dark Side of the Lens by Mickey Smith. After the success of Dark Side, Mickey was included in the 2012 Saatchi and Saatchi Young Directors Showcase, won the best new director award at Kinsale Sharks and picked up the best sports film award at the Vimeo awards.
San Quentin prison sits on a secluded bay just north of San Francisco and inside the walls hosts the largest death row population in the United States. But for it's general population, San Quentin has been a pioneer at using sports programs to aid in rehabilitation. Perhaps its most notable is the tennis program, with a full tennis court sitting right in the middle of a notorious prison yard.
Doesn't matter if the waves are flat, you can always surf at Surf Snowdonia. Check it out as GoPro CEO, Nick Woodman, shreds opening weekend of Surf Snowdonia in Wales, UK with his good buddy, pro surfer, Kalani Robb.
Rowing a dory in the Grand Canyon is considered by some as the most coveted job in the world. It can take 20 years of paying your dues to earn a seat on one of these legendary wooden boats. Amber Shannon has been boating the Grand Canyon nine years, trying to work her way from the baggage boat to a dory, while spending as many days possible in current.