All Shows

A Bird in The Hands - A Safe Landing at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Travel writer Dick Jordan takes viewers behind the scenes at the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium on Cannery Row in Monterey, California for a rare glimpse at a newly-arrived male bufflehead duck getting a “physical” before being put on public display with other waterfowl in the facility’s “Sandy Shore & Aviary” exhibit.

A Black Nativity

Each year at Christmastime, the Immanuel Baptist Church in Portland. Maine has a sell-out concert: Langston Hughes's "Black Nativity - In Concert: A Gospel Celebration".

A PBS documentary was made last year of the concert and the story of its unique creation. The conductor, Aaron Robinson, is sharing this documentary with our Community Access stations.

A Captains Log

A Captain's Log is all things Star Trek. This 25 minute series centers on Star Trek insider news. Show includes reviews of past and current episodes plus interviews with creators, writers, and stars. Join the ambassador to the fans (Star Trek fans), Bryan Kreutz, his animated android, Rogg, and co-host, Lili.

A Case Against Common Core

Common Core is federal education. It is a nationalized education program that 45 states adopted, basically sight-unseen, while they were desperate to grab hold of Obama’s “Race to the Top” dollars Liberals and conservatives alike are critical of Common Core, which offers zero innovation, lower educational standards and is a completely untested theoretical program on our children.

A Conversation with Angus King

Upon leaving the governor's office Angus King took his family on a five-month, cross-country RV trip. Lesley MacVane sat down with the governor to talk about his recently published a book about the journey.

A Conversation with the International Space Station and Astronaut Kjell Lindgren

Astronaut Kjell Lindgren, on board the International Space Station, talks with friends, staff and students from his alma mater, Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia. Dr. Lindgren, a graduate of Robinson’s Class of 1991, answers questions from students about life on the space station, the science of space flight, and achieving his goal of becoming an astronaut. Hosted by Robinson teacher, Bryan Hazard, this program presents a history of the International Space Station, the experiments performed there, and the lessons we learn from space.

Dr. Lindgren was selected in June 2009 as one of 14 members of the 20th NASA astronaut class. He launched to the International Space Station as part of Expedition 44 on July 22, 2015. He remained on ISS as a member of Expedition 45. Dr. Lindgren and other Expedition 45 crew members returned home on December 11, 2015.

A Conversation With...

"A Conversation With" is hosted by a very dedicated volunteer who hosts another one of our shows on PEG Media, "A Veteran's Story." "A Conversation With" is a talk show that invites interesting guests from varying backgrounds on for a half an hour to an hour in depth discussion.

We have had guests such as well known historian Nigel Hamilton, journalist Steve Kurkjian, and many others on the show to date. We think this is something that would be engaging to a wide range of stations across the country. The unique aspect of this show is that each episode is vastly different from the last so there is always someone new and exciting!

A 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. PLEASE NOTE THIS SHOW IS NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION, AND WILL BE REPLACED WITH A NEW SHOW "Kids In The Kitchen" IN FEBRUARY 2014.

A Day in the Sun

"A Day in the Sun" documentary highlights the emergence of the arts as an economic and community development strategy in York, Pennsylvania.

York is situated at the "crossroads of America," near many of the busy east coast population centers (Baltimore, D.C., Philadelphia, NYC). This film follows the efforts among many to redefine the once ailing industrial town as an arts mecca, opening doors to artists looking for cheap and plentiful space, and, of course, the businesses to follow. Nationwide, the Arts have become a hot commodity for policy makers, politicians and private developers as a viable strategy for boosting local economies. This is one story that has implications for any place looking to harness the arts to improve its community.

A Day in the Sun follows York as it is selected to host the 2009 Governor's Arts Awards, only to have its hopes dashed amidst one of the worst budget crises in PA history. Years of effort, both top-down and grassroots, hang in the balance. Woven within this drama are the moving stories of 5 artists who have discovered this small, but unique city and strive to build a place to work, live and thrive. Together these stories show what it means to place the Arts at center of one city's desire to change.

A Drop of Water, Water Issues in the Commonwealth

This program presents the issues surrounding clean water in Central Massachusetts with guests State Rep. Carolyn Dykema and Executive Director of the Charles Rivier Watershed Association, Bob Zimmerman. Host, Kate Donahue keeps the conversation flowing and includes the studio audience in the questioning.