Rick Sebak has produced and narrated some tasty programs for public television. His 1993 documentary titled Pennsylvania Diners & Other Roadside Restaurants introduced Ricks friendly style to his home state and to viewers across the country on PBS. He has since made a number of programs about often overlooked aspects of American culture and cuisine.
His 1999 A Hot Dog Program has become a perennial summertime favorite, as have other food-friendly specials like An Ice Cream Show(1996), Sandwiches That You Will Like (2002) and To Market To Market To Buy A Fat Pig (2007). In 2010 and 2012, Rick and his early-rising team also produced Breakfast Special and Breakfast Special 2: Revenge Of The Omelets. When hes not concentrating on edible topics, Rick has also put together programs like A Ride Along The Lincoln Highway (2008), A Cemetery Special (2005), A Program About Unusual Buildings (2004) and Great Old Amusement Parks (1999). He has also made more than 30 documentaries about his hometown, a popular set of specials known collectively as The Pittsburgh History Series.
His programs A Few Good Pie Places and A Few Great Bakeries premiere in the late summer of 2015.