Episode 3515

Don't have the PBS App? Click Here

Tennessee Crossroads

October 28, 2021

Season 35 | Episode 15

Cindy Carter takes us to the Harmony Lane Farm and Creamery in Smithville. Joe Elmore visits a popular restaurant in Centerville called Fish Camp. Rob Wilds meets master woodworkers at Rustic River Creations. And Miranda Cohen braves the unknown with Nashville Haunted Ghost Tours.

Watch Clips from this Episode

Harmony Lane Farm and Creamery on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Harmony Lane Farm and Creamery

Smithville, TN

Cindy Carter visits Harmony Lane Farm and Creamery in Smithville.

Nashville Haunted Ghost Tour on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Nashville Haunted Ghost Tour

Nashville, TN

They say Nashville is growing in population everyday. Whether it’s for the natural beauty, the great food or the great people, once folks get here some never really want to leave. Rich in history and plenty of urban legends, some say even the dearly departed are still hanging around. Tennessee Crossroads takes us on “Nashville Haunted Ghost Tour" where we stop at all the local haunts. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.

Fish Camp Restaurant on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Fish Camp Restaurant

Centerville, TN

We love taking you to Homegrown food venues around the state. And when the specialty is something like catfish – well, all the better. The first destinations that Nashville Public Television and Tennessee Crossroads embarks on is a popular restaurant in Centerville, TN called Fish Camp. In addition to fresh fish, there’s a heartening story there about overcoming adversity after the Flood of 2010. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.

Rustic River Creations on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Rustic River Creations

Chapel Hill, TN

A watering trough is just a watering trough, or so some might say. So, what to do with a watering trough when it gets too old and rusty to do its job as a watering trough; it becomes a cedar chest. It does if the Akin family of Chapel Hill has anything to say about it. Tennessee Crossroads visited them at their workshop to see some of the amazing things they do with other people's trash. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.