The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

There’s a simple solution to the vexing challenge of getting teens to put down their phones: education

What a new interview with America’s most infamous cyclist can tell us about cycling today

Photographer Camille Seaman has a viral TED Talk, a new book, and an uncanny knowledge of weather and storms.

She hosts Travel Channel’s ‘Mysterious Islands,’ flies planes, scuba dives, travels solo to the most remote corners of the world—and she's just getting started

How a former bank teller became the first African American woman to host a regular-season show on the Travel Channel.

No more VPNs or sketchy pirate feeds. Here’s how to get almost every race in every discipline, all year, for less than $200.

What is it and would it really stand up to bitter storms ravaging an alien planet? 

A new drama on AMC combines history and twisted fantasy to recreate the most infamous polar expedition in history

Reality-TV stars never sustain long careers. Just don't tell that to Grylls.

Reality TV stars never have long careers. So how come Grylls is charging harder than ever?

The new Netflix docuseries tells a strange-but-true story that's set in 1980s Oregon but feels especially relevant today

As rescuers worked to save seven climbers, television crews live-streamed everything. The question is: should they?

The cinematographer of episode four talks log chasing, finding small but amazing stories in a vast ocean, and not being afraid of sharks

Your one-stop shopping list for the coming year

Before he became known as the boyfriend on Felicity, Scott Speedman was nearly an Olympic swimmer. Now the star of TNT's Animal Kingdom just wants to have fun in the mountains.

Behind the scenes with the producers who spent thousands of hours in the Himalayas to capture first-of-its-kind footage of four snow leopards

The fiberglass menagerie before you is made up of 34 animatronic beasts, created for Spy in the Wild, a Nature miniseries on PBS in which cameras disguised as animals embed with the real beasts for an immersive take on the nature documentary.

On January 8, Discovery is launching a new six-part series titled Everest Rescue. The show follows a group of helicopter pilots as they perform extreme rescues on Everest.

'Everest Rescue' is an inside look at a very risky job: performing high-altitude helicopter rescues on the tallest mountain in the world

Though it is humble, it will always come to the rescue when nothing else seems right

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The stars of 'Alaska: The Last Frontier' have created a cookbook full of their family's best recipes that offers homesteading inspiration to even the city-bound

How accurate is the new show about an outdoor magazine’s website? We asked staffers at our outdoor magazine’s website.

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

HBO's ambitious new show—and perhaps the next 'Game of Thrones'—takes smart advantage of adventurous land we already know and love

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, shows, and other happenings on our radar

Discovery's new show 'American Tarzan' pits climbers, runners, and lifters against each other in a 'Survivor' meets 'American Ninja Warrior' showdown

A master treehouse builder (yes, that's his real job title) on the numbers, physics, and philosophy of the perfect fortress

Three standout series capture the national parks

The actor known for playing terrifying characters with less-than-exciting dialogue wants you to meet his artistic, climbing-crazy, film-directing side

The beer maker pulled its latest commercial shortly after launching it

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