Bolton Access TV is repeating a series of interviews with the five gubernatorial candidates running in the primary on channel 99, beginning at 4 pm each day until the primary.
We’re also running two new shows from Florence Sawyer TV on channel 8. First, the 4th grade class performs in “9 Tall Tales”, filmed in silent movie fashion, most evenings at 8 pm. This is followed by the 4th through 8th grade Spring Chorus Concerts.
We also have a new episode of “Mini Rails” on channel 8, and a new episode of “Childrens Corner”. And we’re continuing the air the Lunenburg pipeline meeting with regional officials and Kinder Morgan, along with the Jim Cutler presentation at Greenfield Community College.
Program Highlights for August 24 – 30
Bolton Access TV begins a new cooking series this week, “Eat Well, Be Happy”, created by Debra’s Natural Gourmet and Acton TV. The first episode features Yummy Edamame, oriental-style cole slaw, and a raspberry-blueberry sorbet.
A public forum on the Tennessee Gas Pipeline proposal with Kinder Morgan and state and federal representatives, which took place in Lunenburg on August 5th, airs on channel 8 most afternoons at 1.
And on channel 99, viewers can see the next segments of “Your Federal Government”, this week featuring the IRS Criminal Investigations unit, a segment on federal jobs, and a feature on the USDA Animal Plant Inspection Service, focusing on the Asian Long Horned Beetle eradication program.
For schedules and last-minute updates, visit us at www.BoltonAccess.TV.