Broadcast Television

We have hundreds of hours of broadcast television under our belts; on PBS, Discovery, Discovery HD Theater, Planet Green, TLC, DIY and Animal Planet. Here are some of the highlights: 

 

 

I hosted PBS’s This Old House for fourteen years, from 1989 through 2003, during which the show rose to the top of PBS's list of most-watched ongoing series. I was honored with a 1997-1998 Daytime Emmy Award, and received a total of nine nominations for Outstanding Service Show Host and the show received 16 Emmys. 

 

In 2007 Discovery Communications launched Planet Green, a network dedicated to programs about sustainability. I was brought on as producer and host for Renovation Nation, a one-hour show about green building and renovation. Over the next two years we shot 66 episodes.  

 

From 2004 through 2007 I was host and producer for 13 1-hour episodes for Save Our History. Here are excerpts from two of the best:  

 

 

I made my television debut on PBS’s Adventure Series with the documentary film “The Last Navigator” based on my book by the same title.

 
 

 

David and Post Office Editorial’s broadcast work includes five seasons of the Emmy Award winning PBS outdoor adventure series Anyplace Wild along with Wounded in Action, a PBS HD film about the role of orthopedic surgeons on the beaches of Normandy, the European and Pacific theaters.