Host of Hidden Heritage, Paul LaRoche, shares inspiring and uplifting stories that come from his personal journey into Native America. As founder of the award-winning contemporary Native American group, Brulé and AIRO (American Indian Rock Opera), Paul and his family have traveled across the heartland performing their unique blend of music for 12 years. Show topics for Hidden Heritage are gathered from their own experiences as they reconnected with Paul's blood family from the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe and met indigenous people from all walks of life. The episodes cover a variety of themes - some with humor, some with important historical elements, and some with musical components - whether told from the simple setting of their backyard fire
An interview with Bill Miller, a Grammy award-winning Native American singer-songwriter.CADDO Solutions
Visit CADDO Solutions, a successful 100% Indian-owned national office products company.Gerard Baker
The story of Gerard Baker, the first Native American national park superintendent, culminating in "Live at Mt Rushmore: Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures."Native American Dance Styles
Traditional Native American dancers explain and demonstrate dance styles old and new.Indian Market - Native Artists
The 2011 Colorado Indian Market in Denver with visit various Native American artists.Behind the Scenes and the Rose Parade
Behind the scenes as Brulé participates in the Tournament of Roses Parade 2011.
The Brotherhood: Native American Hunts & Wildlife
Shane LaRoche shares Native American hunting and fishing traditions and philosophies.Native Entrepreneurs
Featuring Lakota Foods, Little Chief Fry Bread, and an American Indian restaurant.