Episode 3404

Tennessee Crossroads

July 23, 2020

Season 34 | Episode 04

This week on Tennessee Crossroads, we meet Bebo, an artist with a unique style that uses bold colors and quirky characters to create his on fanciful world. Gretchen Bates has the story of Hot Rods 50's diner. Ed Jones takes us to a refurbished one room schoolhouse. And Joe Elmore takes us back 30 years to the time he tried Chitlins in Watertown. Brought to you by Nashville Public Television.

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Bebo - Folk Artist on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Bebo – Folk Artist

Kingston Springs, TN

Tennessee Crossroads meets Bebo, an artist with a unique style that uses bold colors and quirky characters to create his on fanciful world. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Bebo.


Hot Rods 50's Diner on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Hot Rods 50’s Diner

Alcoa, TN

Few time periods bring back sentimental feelings like the 1950s. The birth of rock and roll, Classic Cars, sock hops, and malt shops. Well, if you'd like to take a walk down memory lane, there's a restaurant in Alcoa, TN that will let you do just that. Gretchen Bates has the story of Hot Rods 50's diner. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.


Historic Doe Creek Schoolhouse on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Historic Doe Creek Schoolhouse

Sardis, TN

Long before classrooms were equipped with computers or were air conditioned, many kids learned their "readin', writin', and 'rithmatic" in one room schoolhouses across the country. Most of them are long gone, but Tennessee Crossroads' Ed Jones visited one that has been restored to it's former glory near Scotts Hill, TN. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.