Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Congratulations Nashville Public Television.

In a recent post, I spoke about my fondness for the Public Broadcasting Service, and all the superb programs and documentaries that are aired.

To my delight, I find our local Public Television Station has just been awarded nine Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards !

NASHVILLE, Tennessee January 26, 2009 -- Nashville Public Television took home a station-record nine Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards on Saturday, January 24, 2009, at the 23rd Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards ceremony and banquet at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The station had previously won eight awards in 2004 and 2005. The awards are presented by the Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS

Highest accolades , from one proud supporter !


Betsy Banks Adams said...

What's this about, Josephine??? We don't get Nashville Public TV here. I love the waterfall picture!!!!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Okay ---I get it... Congrats to Nashville Public TV for the awards. How special!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Betsy, you may be interested in two wonderful videos that were produced by NPT.
One is "Beautiful Tennessee", an hour long documentary exploring the poetic natural landscape of Tennessee. It is narrated by the legendry country music songwriter Tom T. Hall.

The other video Beautiful Tennessee: Our Scenic Waterways, an hour long documentary featuring the journey of Tennessee's waterways from the Appalachian Mountains, to the mighty Mississippi, narrated by country music artist Kathy Mattea.

Both are an absolute delight !

George said...

I agree that Nashville PBS deserves congratulations for a job well done. I only regret that we can't pick it up here on the Plateau.

Anonymous said...

Hi Josephine. Was Heathcliff (Tom Hardy) the same actor that played Robert in Queen Elizabeth I? He is soooo good.

Jill of All Trades said...

Oh I love PBS too. Congrats.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Donna, yes Tom Hardy was the actor playing Robert, Earl of Leicester in Queen Elizabeth .
Those lips ....oooooooh

Winifred said...

Congratulations to them. They're obviously appreciated.