Super Soul Sunday
Sundays at 11 a.m. ET/PT
Before their yearlong quest to reduce their environmental footprint as much as possible, the Beavan family produced 90 gallons of trash in only four days. During their experiment, they managed to reduce a week's worth of waste to one small trash can. Watch as Colin shares tips and tricks you can use to cut down on trash.
As part of their yearlong quest to reduce their environmental footprint as much as possible, the Beavan family gave up electricity (and therefore television) for one year. Watch as they share their plan with friends over dinner. And, tune in Sunday, November 6, to watch No Impact Man on "Super Soul Sunday"!
SoulPancake sets up a giant microphone on a busy street and invites people to express extreme gratitude to someone who changed their life.
Rainn Wilson shares some of life's big questions with Oprah.
Rainn Wilson talks with Oprah about how the idea for SoulPancake came about: He and his friends Devon Gundry and Joshua Homnick brainstormed about how to create a community of people that would discuss life's big questions.
Breathing Space is about taking a moment to find the beauty that's all around you.
Oprah finds out what absolutely delights actor and SoulPancake co-creator Rainn Wilson. Don't miss his fascinating answers.
On Sunday, November 6, we're going to the ends of the earth to discover the wild, secret life of plants. Plus, No Impact Man and the new SoulPancake short.
A Man Named Pearl is an uplifting documentary that introduces us to Pearl Fryar, a self-taught topiary artist who creates an award-winning garden for his community to enjoy.
Watch as funnyman and SoulPancake co-creator Rainn Wilson talks about SoulPancake's partnership with the Oprah Winfrey Network, while riding a stationary bike and eating a heaping pile of pancakes. Every "Super Soul Sunday," see how the SoulPancake team hits the streets to challenge everyday people to be creative, explore their souls and dig into life's big questions.
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