Local Productions

Blue Ridge PBS is known for its award-winning local programs specifically designed to address the needs, issues, and interests of viewers in western Virginia and portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and West Virginia.

Visit our program pages below to see past episodes and learn more about each production.

Your support helps make possible these award-winning endeavors. Thank you!

 

 

NEW PRODUCTIONS &PROGRAMS RETURNING FROM THE ARCHIVES:

Creative Virginia

On The Road Again

Wonder Kids

 

Vietnam Reflections

 

Cookin' Cheap 
From the Blue Ridge PBS Archives!

RECENT PRODUCTIONS:

 Lakeside Sign

LAKESIDE: 66 Years of Fun in the Sun

 Winner of a 2017 VAB Award

Smith Mountain Lake 50th Anniversary
SMITH MOUNTAIN LAKE
Generating Power, Creating Memories

This Week in RichmondThis Week in Richmond

"A Report from 
the Virginia Capitol"

 

PAST PRODUCTIONS:

Barter Theatre
Barter Theatre:
Trading Ham for Hamlet

Winner of a
2014 Regional Emmy Award!
A look at the life of the popular painter.
Winner of a
2011 Regional Emmy Award!
First HouseCelebrating the
Executive Mansion's Bicentennial


Eric FitzpatrickEric Fitzpatrick:
I'm Painting My Life

On the Road
Shares stories from across the
Blue Ridge PBS region
On the Crooked Road
Shares stories from along
The Crooked Road,
Virginia's  Music Heritage Trail
Civil War Series
A ten part series exploring
the American Civil War
Emmy Nominated
Virginia in the Civil War
Virginia in the Civil War:
A Sesquicentennial Remembrance
Gems of the Roanoke Valley
A look at organizations 
that serve the Roanoke Valley
Positive Parenting
Provides parents the support
and information they need
to give their children
a solid start in life.

Emmy Award Winning
JobQuest
Making job seekers aware of
job openings in our region.

HealthQuest
A regional program that
delves deeply into medical issues
Virginia State Parks
Commemorating the 75th Anniversary
of Virginia State Parks
Shaping the World: Conversations on Democracy

An instructional series featuring
Thomas Jefferson with his contemporaries
 

What it Takes...
A discussion of
educational issues in our community