The Great American Road Trip
This documentary project explores the character of different American states and cities through the stories of their people, history, culture, and food. Our documentary series of 24-minute episodes showcases the uniqueness of each place and aims at breaking down popular stereotypes about America. We’ll take our viewers on a tour beyond major tourist routes and introduce them to the people who represent the best of the American character: self-made problem solvers, innovators, thinkers, and role models. Our special focus in each episode will be on strong female characters, the stories of successful immigrants, on diversity and the LGBT community.
Watch the program live online, on satellite, or via our broadcast partners on Sunday at 7:30 p.m., Kyiv, Minsk, and Moscow time
Monday at 2:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m., Kyiv, Minsk, and Moscow time
From This Program
When speaking about Detroit, once the automobile capital of the world, people often use superlatives: It’s the poorest, the most dangerous, the most derelict city, some say. But today, Detroit is experiencing a second renaissance. Residents call it a city of risks and possibilities.