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From 10 to 4 (am & pm) DUTV highlights the content produced by our students for their various classes within the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.

4:00 am/pm – The Children’s Corner

Based on “The Slouch In The Couch” series of children’s learning books and hosted by Sheriff Stephen J., the town of “The Children’s Corner” is located in Slouch County, in the World of the Magical Couch (an old west scenario,) where Black Bart’s bumbling gang attempts to cause problems that always end up in failure and other characters abound such as: the “Alphabet Chef’s,” who bring a quick cooking segment and the daily “word of interest” into the Sheriff’s house and Mr. Dill: the talking angry green pickle.

5:00 am/pm – Fairy Tale Access

This Award Winning Series is the place Where Kid’s Rule & The Head Fairy Unravels Fairy Tales in Real Time, Rather than Once Upon A Time. Every show highlights how someone or a storybook character has found, reached, release and/or given Fairy Tale Access to another. The quest for happily-ever-after requires asking more questions.

6:00 am/pm – Painting Journey

“Painting Journeys” with Artist, Kitty Lynne Klich, is an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations Ms. Klich has traveled. The one hour program features Ms. Klich painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

7:00 am/pm – A Walk in the Garden

“A Walk in the Garden with Liz Davey,” is a gardening programming which features host Liz Davey walking around the various gardens on her property educating viewers on a variety of topics such as proper planting procedures, the various types of flowers and herbs and vegetables and when to harvest them, what’s currently in and out of season, ideas for crafts in and around the house, and follow-along cooking demonstrations including recipe tips and ideas.

8:00 am/pm – Wine Country at Work

Wine tourism is a relatively new industry, as least in the scale that it exists today. The most visited wine region in the world is San Francisco’s north bay, including Napa and Sonoma counties. The small populations in these agricultural regions host millions of international visitors, most of whom are inebriated. Yet they do that gracefully and graciously. What’s their secret?

That is the question that leads the hosts of Wine Country @ Work, local tour guides, to go behind the scenes into a wide variety of workplaces, discovering what talents and skills are necessary to create a great wine tourism destination. The people who work there come from all over the world, drawn to this icon of wine, to learn, to work and to enjoy. The show enjoys beautiful scenery, unique locations and wonderful stories. Taken together it offers interesting lessons about what we call hospitality, life style and success.

8:30 am/pm – Culinary Journey

“A Culinary Journey” is produced by local chef Luca Paris, owner of a very successful Mediterranean restaurant. The show has excellent production value, and is very entertaining and informative.

9:00 am/pm – All Aboard

All Aboard is produced by Green Frog Productions of Douglasville Georgia. The half-hour weekly show was produced with the railroad enthusiast in mind and covers railroad operations over the last half of the 20th century across much of The United States.

9:30 am/pm – Perils for Pedestrians

“Perils For Pedestrians” is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians. The program occasionally looks at bicyclists, transit, and broader issues of urban design and public health.