1. In this original web series for Today.com, Today's Al Roker and Today Show Food Stylist Bianca Henry bring you easy recipes with only 3 ingredients.

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  2. In this original web series for Today.Com, Today's Al Roker and Today Show Food Stylist Bianca Henry bring you easy recipes with only 3 ingredients.

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  3. In the first installment of Rock Center's Hidden Planet series, NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel travels to Mali, on the edge of the Sahara desert, to discover the city of Timbuktu.

    In an unexpected departure from his usual beat of war-torn territories and areas of conflict, each month Engel’s Hidden Planet will set off on journeys of discovery to find the most awe-inspiring, rarely seen locations around the globe. From the Lost City of Timbuktu to the tunnels beneath the Giza Pyramids, and everywhere in-between, this is a side of Engel - and the world - that viewers have never seen before.

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  4. In the second installment of Rock Center's Hidden Planet web series, NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel travels to Tanzania, a land where mankind is believed to have begun.

    Engel journeys through the land's volcanoes and valleys, visiting the Maasai and Hadza tribes. The Maasai tribe lives at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro. They live off the land and are one of a 120 tribes in the region.

    The Hadza tribe lives just 25 miles from where man's first footsteps were discovered. Researchers believe the Hadza have lived in the region for 15,000 years, maintaining a hunter gatherer existence.

    In an unexpected departure from his usual beat of war-torn territories and areas of conflict, each month Engel’s Hidden Planet will set off on journeys of discovery to find the most awe-inspiring, rarely seen locations around the globe. From the Lost City of Timbuktu to the tunnels beneath the Giza Pyramids, and everywhere in-between, this is a side of Engel - and the world - that viewers have never seen before.

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  5. Partnered with Richard Engel to conceive and develop NBC News’ first web series “Hidden Planet with Richard Engel” that made it's debut on the NBC News app.
    Wrote, Produced, & Edited.

    NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel travels to Jerusalem to visit the most consecrated and contested religious landmark, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Engel also takes cameras inside the Tomb of Christ's Burial.

    Built by the mother of Emperor Constantine in 330 A.D., the Church of the Holy Sepulchre commemorates both the Hill of Crucifixion and the Tomb of Christ’s Burial. The church has historically been controlled by different denominations within the Christian faith including Catholics, Armenians, Greek Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox, Coptic and Ethiopian, each claiming ownership to part.

    Muslim families have held on tightly to the key that opens the main door since 1187 and have traditionally sat in the entrance itself. While the doors are now open, the families still manage the church and mediate between the different denominations that lay claim to this holiest of sites.

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