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Fly Tying 

Fly Tying: The Angler's Art

Let our outdoor experts show you all the tricks that will allow you to make the most of your time with mother nature.

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Experience WSU

 

Experience WSU aims to provide a glimpse into the rich intellectual, artistic and scientific life of Washington State University. In every episode, members of the WSU community discuss relevant work, events or activities that help define not only their efforts and those of WSU, but also the larger field of which the subject is a part.

 

 

 

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Access Northwest

Access Northwest provides our viewers the chance to get to know the people, places and things in our region. What makes our area so unique is featured on this program. To learn more about Access Northwest, or to be a part of our show, head to our show page.

   
xConnectNW 

xConnectNW

Weekly online interactive program that features experts from our reigon. Tune in every Monday at 10:30am PST, right here on NWPTV.org. More info on the show click here.

   
Hanford History 

Our Hanford History

We love sharing stories of our past. This project aims to tell the stories of Hanford.

   
NW Artist 

NW Artist

   
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On Campus

 

On Campus @ WSU is an hour-long series, featuring lectures and performances given at WSU. Visiting lecturers, distinguished addresses, annual talks and programs from the realms of art and music join the ranks every season. With an eye toward extending the cultural and intellectual riches available at Washington State University to the greater Southeast Washington community, On Campus @ WSU embodies the spirit of continuing education and strives to foster conversation and thought on the topics it covers.

 

 

 

Badger Club

 

Columbia Basin Badger Club

A program that initiates conversation about the tough topics.

   
Murrow Public Media 

Murrow Public Media Production

Joint collaboration productions between the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University and Northwest Public Television.

   
Jam with dan 

Jam With Dan

Folk music is hard to categorize but one thing for sure, it will delight, inspire, and transport you! Inland Folk’s Dan Maher sings and plays with Northwest folk musicians in Jam with Dan.

 

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Painting The West

 

Painting the West with Fred Oldfield features the work of western artist Fred Oldfield. A cowboy, a painter and an oral historian, Fred depicts in his art the romantic as well as the disheartening of life on the western frontier.

 

 

 

   
 

Dutch Oven & Camp Cooking

 

C.W. "Butch" Welch is a native Idahoan and a twenty-year veteran of the Idaho Department of Fish & Game. In this series, Butch brings his stories from the back country to life as he shares his recipes for dump cake, hash browns, pot roast and many other dishes that all camp cooks worth their Dutch oven-full of beans will want to know.

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

Jenkins' Art Studio

 

Stop wishing you could paint because now you can! It's time to dust the cobwebs off your old paints and brushes because Gary and Kathwren Jenkins are going to teach you step-by-step how to paint your favorite flowers by using their unique style of the wet-on-wet method.

   
 

Pet Tips

 

Advice from the pros on how to keep your pet happy and healthy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

Scheewe Art Workshop

 

Learn to create your own masterpieces with step-by-step instructions by our resident artist, Susan Scheewe in Scheewe Art Workshop.

 

 

 

 

   
 

Sid Webb's Digital Studio

 

The series, created and hosted by artist/photographer Sid Webb, is designed to entertain viewers while showing them how to use their home computers to create art and manipulate photographs. It is targeted toward general audiences who have average computer know-how.

 

 

 

   
 

WSU Presents

 

"WSU Presents" is a replay of lectures that took place on the campus of Washington State University. The topics are of general interest, but cover a broad range of subjects, including science, art, and literature. The lectures may be seminars, invited or honorary lectures by the faculty, reports on research, or lectures by visiting scholars. Watching these programs is a way to participate in the intellectual life of the university.