From the ArchivesIn honor of our 50th Anniversary here at Vermont PBS, we launched From The Archives. Over the past year we’ve been finding, researching and transferring programs from our past. These programs contain a treasure trove of our shared history and culture and we are excited to make them available for viewing once again! More to come...
Guest of The House
Rural Free Delivery
Pass It On - The Coreys
From 1986: The Coreys of Benson, VT are the subject of the premiere program. Keeping alive a family heritage of playing New England dance music, fiddler Freeman Corey Sr. and his sons Freeman Jr. and Melvin play kitchen parties and dances much as their forefathers did.
Pass It On - The Beaudoins
Another family keeping its musical heritage alive, the Beaudoins of the Burlington area are the subject of this program. The large family of French-Canadian descent draws on many generations of fiddling, singing and step dancing. They show it off in a half hour of entertainment and reminiscences. Lovers of traditional music recall the work of master fiddler Louis Beaudoin, who died in 1980.
The Art of Luigi Lucioni (1969)
An on the scene visit with the outstanding American painter Luigi Lucioni in his VT home.
From the Archives: Land of Promise
From January 10, 1974 – The story of Franklin County, Vermont. The land, the history, the industry, the people, and the way of life in the Northwest county of Vermont. Archivist Mary Albee speaks about archive process and history.
50th Anniversary Special!
In honor of the Vermont PBS 50th anniversary of the first broadcast in 1967, a look back at some of our earliest programs, shot on 16mm film from our archives. The show looks back at our early days with beautifully restored archival footage and interviews with past employees.
River of Milk
Produced by VT ETV in cooperation with the UVM Extension, A River of Milk documents the changes in Vermont dairy farming over the past 100 years. The film focuses on increased dairy-farming activity in the northwest and large river valleys in the state; improvement of the dairy breeds and increased milk production, taxes relating to farming, and the prospect of dairying leaving Vermont.