“King Midas Drink”: Discovery Channel (U.S.), aired Sept. 27, 2000.

“King Midas’ Feast”: NYT-National Geographic Channel, Science Times, aired Oct. 30, 2001.

“King Midas Feast”: Yorkshire Associated Producers, Britain, Channel 4, aired Dec. 2001.

“Midas Revealed,” 3 BM Television, Discovery network (Britain), aired Jan. 15, 2003.

“Brief History of Wine,” Greystone Communications, History Channel, Britain, aired Spring, 2003.

“Wall Street Journal Weekend,” Fine Living Network, Aug. 12, 2005.

“Modern Marvels: Brewing,” History Channel, Dec. 2004 and on-going.

History channel film on history of beer, 2010 and on-going.

“Chateau Jiahu,” Voice of America.

Discovery Channel “Beer Masters,” 2010.

“Burton Baton and the Legend of the Ancient Ales,” You-Tube, first prize in Off-centered Film Fest in Austin, TX, 2010.

Documentary about the Shang Dynasty on ITV in the UK, 2011.

Georgian (Caucasus) TV program on ancient wine, 2011.

How Beer Saved the World, Discovery Channel, 2011.

“Party Animals” or “Ethanol: The Nature of Alcohol” (English/French), 2012.
“Native Bronze-Iron Age Italian mixed beverage” re-creation of ancient Etruscan beverage with Dogfish Head and microbrewers in Rome, You-Tube/Google, 2012.
“Beeradelphia,” a history of the Philly beer scene, with McGovern and Penn Museum as the lead-ins, 2012.

The Bible Rules now being shown on History Channel, 2014.

Brew Dogs episode at Mesa Verde, CO to begin in 2 months, Esquire Channel, 2014.

“History of Wine” (Sonoma producers) is in progress.


Jiahu: Getty Villa, June 4, 2011

Midas: Getty Villa, June 4, 2011

Theobroma: Getty Villa, June 4, 2011

Burton Baton and the Legend of the Ancient Ale: 1st place winner in the 2010 Dogfish Head Off-Centered Film Festival, Austin, TX

Numerous other web stories and podcasts, e.g., “America in 100 Days” web program.