Colin Lowther and Liz Waid share a story from Russia. It tells about an old woman who misses the chance of a lifetime.
Spotlight looks at traditional Christmas food from places all around the world. These foods have special meaning.
This time of year is special in many countries. Soon it will be Christmas. Ruby Jones and Marina Santee look at some of the ways that Christians celebrate this month before Christmas.
Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at the many ways – and days – that people around the world celebrate a new year. When do you celebrate a new year?
Spotlight tells the story of the Little Match Girl. This Hans Christian Andersen story is very famous. Many people tell it at Christmastime. But what is the meaning of this story? Is it happy or sad?
Katy Blake and Adam Navis tell about the tradition of building nativity scenes. These can be small or big – statues or even living! Why do people build these scenes?
This week, people in the United States will celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. But people all over the world celebrate a time of harvest and thanks. Adam Navis and Liz Waid tell about harvest festivals around the world. During these festivals...
Special traditions are part of any holiday. Liz Waid and Joshua Leo look at one Easter tradition from Ecuador: making and eating fanesca soup.
Liz Waid and Colin Lowther look at a special day for love: Valentine's Day. They look at the origins of this day, and celebrations around the world.