Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer
Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits Greenwell Farms on the island of Hawaii to discover the world of Kona coffee and the art of cupping. Only coffee beans grown in the Kona District on the Big Island can claim the title Kona coffee. The identical bean grown
Associate producer Rebecca Nolan reports from Fort Wayne, Indiana, where she learns about goalball—a team sport designed specifically for blind athletes.
Correspondent Tom Wilmer talks with bass guitar musician Matt Mangano about his life journey and touring with the Zac Brown Band . Wilmer caught up with Mangano at the California Mid State Fair , where he talked with Mangano onstage as the band prepared
Camp San Luis Obispo garrison commander Lt. Col. Brian Wintzer speaks with correspondent Tom Wilmer about the role Camp SLO plays as a California Army National Guard training base. Wintzer also talks about the base's state-of-the-art training facilities
Larry Newland, operations manager for the Morro Bay Maritime Museum , talks with correspondent Tom Wilmer about a historic World War II U.S. Army Air Force rescue crash boat that’s open for tours on the Morro Bay waterfront.
Join correspondent Tom Wilmer in Door County , Wisconsin for an exploration of diverse attractions including historic lighthouses , ferryboats and bayside family-owned resorts . Distinctive culinary offerings include fresh-caught fish, and locally
Rachel and Michael Dunn ’s award-winning chocolates have been featured on the "Food Network," "Oprah," and the "Rosie O’Donnell Show." Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with the Dunns at their Concord , California combination-chocolate factory and chocolate
Correspondent Tom Wilmer reports from Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he explores why Green Bay Packers fans, self-proclaimed “cheeseheads," are among the most passionate in the entire NFL.
Correspondent Tom Wilmer attended the change of command ceremony at Army Reserve Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County on June 25, 2019. Wilmer talks with outgoing commander Colonel Kerry Norman and incoming commander Colonel Charles Bell.
Concord, California’s Summer Jazz Festival —celebrating its 50 th Anniversary over the first ten days in August—has consistently attracted stellar performers, including Buddy Rich, Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Tito Puente, Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, and of