*New Schedule Starts Oct 14th*
12:00 – Norfolk Knitting School
Yes, you can learn to knit! The Norfolk Knitting School is a series that teaches knitting novices the basics of knitting and takes them through intermediate knitting.
Each episode provides fun and informative teaching by Anne Marie Battistone, who has been knitting and teaching for many years.
1:00 – Drexel Student Showcase
2:00 – 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.
3:00 – Drexel Student Showcase
4:00 – 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 28-minute 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. Since 1996, the host of the series, John Z Wetmore, has conducted interviews in all 50 states, and 21 foreign countries. The series is evergreen, and past episodes can be shown in any order.
5:00 – Drexel Student Showcase
6:00 – Your Money Your Life
Dedicated to educating the general public on issues surrounding elder law, estate planning, elder care services, elder housing options, medical issues, financial planning, insurance products and life style issues most relevant to Baby Boomers and care takers of older adults. This show targets the Baby Boomer demographic and seeks make them more aware of their options. In so doing, they develop the confidence to engage in the appropriate advance planning.
7:00 – Drexel Student Showcase
8:00 – 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 – NY Building Stories
The show profiles the lives of individuals which profiles the life of an individual, or corporate and community leader who has been instrumentally involved in the growth, improvement and success of the community in the New York tri-state region.
The program was created to profile the life and the history of the guest’s success to the community and in some instancestracing ones family history back three or four generations. We then travel from youth to the current day reviewing major events in an individual’s lifetime and career.
9:00 – Drexel Student Showcase
10:00 – Wine Country At Work
Wine tourism is a growing segment of the travel world. San Francisco’s north bay, including Napa and Sonoma, is the most visited wine region in great because of the short ride from a city that is itself a major destination. These agricultural regions host millions of international visitors and struggle with maintaining their natural environments. The hosts, Ralph and Lahni De Amicis, are local authors and tour guides. They go behind the scenes into a wide variety of workplaces, discovering what talents and skills are necessary to create a great wine and a great tourism destination. The show features beautiful scenery, unique locations and wonderful stories. Taken together it offers interesting lessons about balancing the natural world and modern society.
10:30 – 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.
11:00 – Drexel Student Showcase