Episode 2 aired on PBS in October 2012. Watch the full episode here.
Our pilot episode aired on PBS in January 2010. Watch the full episode here.
Join Wynton Marsalis, jazz phenomenon turned philosopher, as he brings his Lincoln Center Orchestra to Chicago to spread the gospel of jazz to music lovers of all ages.
Scottish folk singer Julie Fowlis knows music has the power to cross oceans and change minds. See how she's using her unique sound to revive the ancient language and culture from her mystical homeland.
Can a music icon become a country's best hope for change? When the future of democracy in Senegal is at stake, international star Youssou N'Dour steps into the political fray to find out.
Watch the next big thing from Iceland, Of Monsters and Men, perform a song from their breakthrough album, "My Head is an Animal."
A catchy pop song tops the Russian charts. The subject? Vladimir Putin, that sexy beast. Explore the making of a post-Soviet propaganda tune.
"As far as Africa is concerned, music has to be for revolution," said Fela Kuti, the father of Afrobeat. Watch his son Seun keep Fela's flame alive.
The movie Borat was a comedy sensation, but the government of Kazakhstan was not amused. So why did a Kazakh conductor ask Borat's brother to write a symphony?
Sometimes music embodies the soul of a nation. Listen to Mariza, the queen of fado, Portugal's "blues."