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Here's some­thing you might be inter­est­ed in.

PBS will be broad­cast­ing Appalachia: A His­to­ry of Moun­tains and Peo­ple Thurs­day, April 29 and con­tin­ue each Thurs­day through May 20. So if you missed it the first time around now's your chance to see it. It is well worth the time. Nation­al PBS will be broad­cast­ing an encore show­ing of the series, Appalachia: A His­to­ry of Moun­tains and Peo­ple in con­junc­tion with Earth Day, 2010. The series will begin with Part One: Time and Ter­rain, on Thurs­day, April 29 and con­tin­ue each Thurs­day through May 20. Please check local list­ings for exact broad­cast times. The series is nar­rat­ed by Sis­sy Spacek and fea­tures such out­stand­ing fig­ures as Bar­bara King­solver, Ron Eller, and E.O. Wil­son. The series was cre­at­ed by Jamie Ross and Ross Spears, and is a James Agee Film Project pro­duc­tion. More.

Look for the win­ners of the Bar­ry Han­nah Com­pe­ti­tion over the week­end. We'll be back post­ing as usu­al then.

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2 Responses to Tube Time

  1. Rusty says:

    Cool. Check my links out as well, you may find some­thing use­ful there.

  2. sheryl monks says:

    FCAC is one-stop shop­ping for my South­ern Cul­ture class. I might make it required read­ing next semes­ter. This sounds great. Thanks for all you do, Rusty.

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