Charlottesville Inside-Out: Season 8
Terri Allard returns with the premiere of the 8th season of Charlottesville Inside-Out, airing January 15 at 8:30 p.m. on WHTJ PBS. Terri continues to shine a spotlight on the places and faces of the Charlottesville area with 12 all new programs. Season 8 begins with a conversation with a veteran feature writer for Charlottesville’s Daily Progress newspaper. Then CVIO visits with an artist who is a master glassblower.
Watch Charlottesville Inside-Out: Season 8 Premiere January 15 at 8:30 p.m. on WHTJ PBS.
Coming Up on Season 8 (subject to change):
01/15/15: CVIO #801 (Season 8 Premiere) Watch Now
David Maurer / Charles Hall -- Hear stories from a Special Forces Veteran who has served as a feature writer for Charlottesville’s Daily Progress newspaper for close to three decades; then study the craft of Glassblowing with a master artist.
01/22/15: CVIO #802 Watch Now
Jason Pollock / Dr. Ho’s Humble Pie -- Catch up with a local musician who was a founding member of the hit-song producing band, Seven Mary Three; then check out our favorite recipes at a beloved restaurant just south of Charlottesville.
01/29/15: CVIO #803 Watch Now
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville / Project Perry -- Follow up with an organization that’s putting trailer park transformation – without displacement – on the national map; then visit a local sanctuary for rescued parrots.
02/05/15: CVIO #801 (repeat broadcast) Watch Now
02/12/15: CVIO #804 Watch Now
The Virginia Consort / White Hall Vineyards and King Family Vineyards -- Tune in to hear one of Charlottesville’s longest running choral music organizations; then stop by two of the area’s favorite family owned and operated wineries.
02/19/15: CVIO #805 Watch Now
The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank / IX Art Park -- Learn about an organization that provides nourishment and hope to over 100,000 people every month; then visit an interactive art park that’s free and open to the public 24 hours a day.
02/26/15: CVIO #806
Stokes of England / 100 Black Men of Central Virginia – Talk shop with a blacksmith who creates pieces for Royalty, Hollywood celebrities and folks right here in our community; then learn about an organization that is committed to eliminating the achievement gap of African-American males in grades K-12 through intergenerational mentoring programs.
03/19/15: CVIO #807
Tom Tom Founders Festival / James River Runners -- Celebrate music, art, innovation creativity and community at an annual 5-day festival; then go tubing down the James with an outfitter that has been providing river recreation since 1979.
03/26/15: CVIO #808
Tour de Coop / Dr. Scott Commins -- Take a bike tour through Charlottesville to check out urban chicken coops; then catch up with a UVa physician and researcher who is working to solve the mysteries behind life threatening and tick related allergies.
04/02/15: CVIO #809
Alzheimer’s Association / Art Wheeler -- Visit an organization dedicated to enhancing the care and support of individuals and families affected by Alzheimer's; then sit down at the keyboard with a popular Charlottesville musician and teacher who has performed for four Presidents, on the big screen with Jessica Lange and in living rooms throughout the community.
04/09/15: CVIO #802 (repeat broadcast)
04/16/15: CVIO #810
Montanova Stables / Riverfest -- Learn about a foundation dedicated to providing horsemanship and mentoring programs for children of all different backgrounds; then head to Waynesboro for a family-oriented festival designed to educate the community about environmental conservation and the important role of the South River.
04/23/15: CVIO #811
Beyond the Gates / Toan Nguyen -- Go beyond the gates of Albemarle County estate farms to explore history and raise money for charity; then talk with a local innovator and entrepreneur focused on bringing the community together to network and end poverty.
04/30/14: CVIO #812 (final show of Season 8)
Ben King and Andrea Dvorak / Charlottesville Mini Maker Faire -- Catch up with two world class professional US cyclists; then celebrate the Maker Movement at an annual family-friendly showcase of invention and creativity.
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