The advent of public access TV has created the demand for various kinds of reality and instructional programs such as Mexican Made Easy and Barnwood Builders. Remember as America gathered around their television sets to watch the Apollo landing on the Moon? Well, today, networks such as the Cooking Channel and The Learning Channel offer viewers real-time guides and demonstrations of repair jobs (DIY), cooking recipe experiments (Food Network), and politics meetings (C-SPAN). Perhaps it was the pioneering audience-inviting instructional cooking work of Julia Child, the renowned celebrity cook and culinary maestro who hosted the groundbreaking American instructional cooking TV show The French Chef, which introduced audiences to the notion of 'integrative TV.' Today, the Food Network towers above all others in lifestyle/instructional programs, offering audiences a wide range of shows that cater to all kinds tastes, education levels, and flavor preferences. Shows such as Mexican Made Easy, Iron Chef America, Chopped, and Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives suit today's TV audiences looking for a more 'enriching' television-viewing experience. The Food Network is to new age TV what news was to yesteryear's PBS.