The Wild Within Within with Steven Rinella

It’s a new year with a new season of TV shows on Travel Channel! If you missed the season premiere of The Wild Within with Steven Rinella, TC.com can get you up to speed in time for the next episode on Sunday at 9 E/P. Author and outdoorsman Steven Rinella sat down with us for an interview to talk about various topics, including his life as an avid hunter/gatherer, his code and his family.

On The Wild Within, Steven explores crabbing in Alaska, searches for wild ingredients to make traditional pa’ina in Hawaii, gathers snails and other edibles in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and re-creates Lewis & Clark’s original trek through the Missouri Breaks.

Wild Within is just one of several new shows this year, but we still have your favorites, including the return of Bizarre Foods, starting Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 9 E/P. Check out a sneak-peak slideshow and video of Andrew Zimmern’s quest to explore new cultures, meet new people and try strange food.

And if that’s not enough, you can check out edge-of-your-seat, thrilling video on the When Vacations Attack website, including an elephant stampede in Thailand and a giraffe fight in Africa. For stories bound to inspire wanderlust, visit our new website for The Traveler’s Guide to Life. Take a look at some of the seasoned storytellers who bring their amazing tales to life, starting Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 10 E/P.

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