Adventurer Kinga Philipps is talking about her time with elephants, hippos and all kinds of wild animals at John’s Camp in Zimbabwe.
Kinga talks to Carlos and Lisa about being a part of the dive team for the new docu-series "Enslaved".
Travel Channel's new show "Lost in the Wild" premieres December 29th! The co-hosts for the show, Kinga Philipps and J.J. Kelley, are here telling us all about their adventures from filming the show.
Kinga Philipps is telling us what we can expect from a trip to the Galapagos - and why is Carlos so confused about which islands these are?!?
Carlos & Lisa talk with Kinga about her adventures in Alaska.
Carlos and Lisa talk to Kinga about her adventures in the Amazon!
Kinga talks about shark diving and conservation at sharkallies.com
Kinga talks with C&L about why Panama should be on your bucket list.
Kinga talks about her personal sustainability mission
Ken Rose and Dave Donnelly have put together GRAMMYs first ever digital program. The book can be seen online and shared with friends. They are calling it a yearbook for music. Hear how it all came together!
Tiffany Taylor of "The Hollywood Reporter" is breaking down all things GRAMMY for this weekend. Who are the favorites to win and what can we expect from this year's show?
Charles Keating lost his son Charlie to enemy fire in Iraq. Charlie, was a Navy Seal. Charles wanted to do something to help other military families manage the realities of serving our country. So he started the C4 Foundation. Hear his inspiring story.
We hear a lot about flu shots each year during flu season, and whether or not they are effective. But did you know that a new universal vaccine is being created? Dr. Avital Harari is telling us about the plans for the vaccine and what that means for you.
It's Aerobics 2.0! Hear how HIGH Fitness got it's start in Calgary, Canada. These moms are taking over the workout world one gym at a time.
He's played the son of Julia Roberts and now has multiple projects in the works. But Carlos really wants to know how Jakari Fraser decided he needed to be on television.
Actress Marla Maples is talking to us about her work as an actress, how being a mother changed her and how she finds peace in nature.