6:00 & 12:00 – Storytime at Carver Memorial Library

Storytime at Carver Memorial Library is a half hour monthly children’s show. The show is produced by the Carver Memorial Library in Searsport, Maine and hosted by Library Director . The program features stories, rhymes, and songs to promote early literacy

6:30 & 12:30 – Off the Shelf 

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica’s personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions. 

7:00 & 1:00 – Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

7:30 & 1:30 – Gallery Works

“Gallery Works”, the 2009 Wisconsin Association of PEG Channels Video Festival award winning cable program, produced and hosted by Kitty Lynne Klich, is dedicated to the promotion of the Visual Arts and the Artists who create it. It is presented by the Plymouth Arts Center, Plymouth, Wisconsin, and taped under the direction of Keary Kautzer, of WSCS, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The half hour program features either interviews with artists, who discuss and display their work, or demonstrations of a particular art form. A wide variety of mediums, styles, and approaches to art are shown and discussed.

8:00 & 2:00 – The Stoler Report 

New York City’s only weekly television show profiling the real estate and business trends in the tri-state region. 

8:30 & 2:20 – Del Weston Action on Film

Del Weston’s Action on Film is a weekly TV Show that gives an indepth look at celebrities, actors, writers, producers and directors. The show provides an unique perspective on the industry. It introduces new products and promotes established and up and coming talents from around the world.

Weston, the creator of the Action On Film International Film Festivals and Award Winning Filmmaker for his work on the Joe Pesci / Oscar Dela Hoya Documentary BEHIND THE GATE and Harry Lennix / Nick Mancuso film, SUNNY AND RAYRAY, meet also showcases new projects and films along with live interviews and product reviews from major trade shows and events from around the country.

9:00 & 3:00 – The Drexel Interview 

The Drexel Interview TM is a half-hour, original series featuring interesting people and interesting talk. Hosted by best-selling author, critic and Drexel University Distinguished Professor of English Paula Marantz Cohen, each episode features an interview with a noteworthy figure. The Drexel InterView currently airs on over 315 University/ College, PBS, APT, and public stations throughout the US. We have a total of 125, 28-minute episodes featuring interviews with noteworthy figures in art, literature, film, science, business, medicine, and technology. Guests reflect a diversity of opinion and background. All are experts in their fields. 

The show’s host, Paula Marantz Cohen, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in a wide range of subjects. In addition to her Drexel teaching, she is the author of eight books, including the award-winning Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth (Oxford UP) and the best-selling novel, Jane Austen in Boca (St. Martin’s Press). She writes regularly for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Times Literary Supplement, and The Yale Review, has a bi-weekly column on the online journal,, and is a co-editor of jml: The Journal of Modern Literature. 

9:30 & 3:30 – The Kamla Show

“The Kamla Show,” features stories about Silicon Valley and the San Francisco bay area.  Guests in the show include entrepreneurs, technologists, filmmakers, artists, writers and others, who contribute towards the vibrant economic and social landscape of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay area. We have a special series on WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND TECH FROM SILICON VALLEY.

10:00 & 4:00 – The humble Farmer

The Humble Farmer is an upbeat radio program filmed in front of a video camera by 32-year Public Radio veteran, Robert Skoglund.

This is not a program about farming! Humble, who has a graduate degree in linguistics from The University of Rochester, is likely to deliver up a humorous and informative slant on fireworks, marriage, or solar power.

11:00 & 5:00 – UnReal to Reel 
A monthly show on all things movies and television ranging from genres, certain decades, whats coming out and what you might have missed. The show is hosted by AOTV Production Manager as well as a rotating series of co-hosts with specialties in the topic of the episode. 

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