|Alivelihood - New Adventures As We Age |
Karma Kitaj, PhD, CEO of Life Spring Coaching, interviews guests who are over age 50 and have begun new adventures in their “3rd Age.” The interviews are meant to be inspirational and provide role models for the burgeoning population of baby boomers and beyond.
Guests have included men and women who have left their mid-years’ career and embarked on a new career either by becoming an entrepreneur or becoming employed in a new field for them; others have started non-profit organizations, engage in the arts, trekked across Spain, become an engaged volunteer, wrote and published books, or otherwise have embraced this new stage of life with zest.
|All Aboard |
All Aboard (series 1) was produced in the 1990’s 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.
This series was originally aired on several PBS stations in the US. We are currently working on a new season for this show and will make it available as soon as it is ready.
|Alliance for Democracy - Populist Dialogues |
Dialogues of populist perspectives for better local, state, national and global governance that nurtures everyone - people and nature.
Populist Dialogues are powerful voices speaking on critical issues. Each Populist Dialogue shows how we can encourage better governance. Populist Dialogues are intended to inspire people to learn more about these issues, to start conversations, and to take action. AfD - The Alliance For Democracy, (www.TheAllianceForDemocracy.org) is bringing populist ideas, ideals and ways to the forefront of public policy. On TV and online, watch Populist Dialogues and incorporate these ideas and ideals into your local, regional, national and global participation.
|Along the Blackstone |
The cable Television series Along the Blackstone it is a collaborative effort among various nonprofit, local and state organizations, the National Park Service and a host of individuals who contribute their stories to each episode.
The National Park Service Ranger Host leads the viewer through the industrial landscape, capturing the stories, the cultures, the rich natural resources and the heritage of the birthplace of the America’s journey towards industrialization. Along the way, we meet the people of the Valley as they tell their story in their own words.
The story of the mill villages first established here in the Blackstone Valley is a national story of industrialization for the mill village model can be found throughout the country and it is a story that all can relate to. This partnership with the people of the Blackstone Valley is reflected in the stories told and the awards won including 10 regional awards, a 1996 Telly Award, a 1997 Communicator Award of Distinction, the National Association of Interpretation’s 1998 Media Award, a 1999 Communicator Award of Excellence, and the National Park Service Freedom Star Award 2002. The A&E Network:The History Channel selected 21 episodes to air as part of their American History Showcase series.
The added benefit of the television series is that the mission of the National Park Service to “preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park system for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future generations” is presented using real life examples that are readily available for all to enjoy. The series showcases partners working together to preserve the rich and diverse heritage found here in the Blackstone Valley, the beginning of America’s Industrial journey, but throughout communities in America.
|Alternate Root TV - American Roots Music Weekly |
The Alternate Root TV Show is a weekly American Roots Music Program hosted by the show's director/creator Bill Hurley from The Alternate Root Magazine (www.thealternateroot.com). The Alternate Root family consists of our television show, the online magazine as well as a print edition.
We showcase music and artists in the American Roots format: Folk, Blues, Soul, Alt Country, Americana, Bluegrass and Zydeco. The show features in-studio performances, interviews and special segments such as Doin’ The Wash filmed in a variety of locations around North America.
Among the many guests who have visited our studio are James McMurtry, Raul Malo, Gretchen Peters, Ellis Paul and Dom Flemons (of The Carolina Chocolate Drops). Exclusive footage of live acoustic performances from Over The Rhine, YARN, Band of Heathens, Christine Ohlman, Duke Robillard, and many more are included in each episode.
Shows are promoted through The Alternate Root magazine, the most viewed online American Roots music magazine in the country. We promote to over 40,000 people through regular Constant Contact mailings and through friends and fans on Facebook, Twitter , YouTube and Vimeo. We also promote those CATV Stations and markets that carry the show.
|Alternative Realities |
Dr. Sigmund Zoid is trapped in the Interdimensional Time and Space Vortex.
As a genious from earth in the 20th century, he is attempting to develope a device that will get him back to his own time and space. Meanwhile he shows old horror and sci-fi movies with his sidekick "Sluggo"
Most episodes have a theme that run throughout the episode and some episodes play off of each other.
|Always There |
Michael Wilsker, Vice President of a non-medical in-home elder care agency called Always Best Care For Seniors and resident of Westborough for over 26 years is the host of the " Always There” show. Mr. Wilsker will be interviewing professionals who are involved in helping the elderly and their families deal with the many issues that families face when it comes to caring for an elderly member of the family, and in addition, the specific issues that the senior members of our town face every day.