Recent Crossroads Clips
Audrey Deal-McEver Pottery
February 04, 2021
It's the dream of every aspiring artist, to someday make a living just by making art. It's an often elusive dream, but one that Audrey Deal-McEver achieved, all thanks to talent, hard work and non-stop learning. Here's a profile of the Nashville, TN artist who reaching success and notoriety in the world of ceramic pottery. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.
Pomelo Grove Eco Camp
January 28, 2021
"Glamping?" Tennessee Crossroads found out that it means camping, with some of the comforts of home. And she say's you'll feel right at home in Pomelo Grove in Smyrna, TN. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.
Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary
January 28, 2021
Now more than ever, many of us feel the need to get outside and experience nature. We are lucky to have many places in our great state to do that, but in this episode Tennessee Crossroads takes us to a peaceful place in Williamson County called Owl’s Hill.
Rabbit Circle Farm Tours
January 21, 2021
There's nothing like being out in the country. Fresh air, wide open spaces and Rabbit Circles. You won't be confused for long, once you tag along with Miranda Cohen on this one of a kind farm tour in Springfield, TN. Presented by Nashville Public Television.
Equestrian Trainer Elizabeth Keathley
January 14, 2021
The equine industry is big business in this state – the 6th largest in the nation. What you might not know – is people come from around the world to get training time with a woman in Woodbury Tennessee. As Laura Faber tells us, Elizabeth Keathley trains horses and drivers in a most unique sport. Presented by Nashville Public Television.
Leiper’s Fork Distillery
December 17, 2020
This week on Tennessee Crossroads, we get a taste of Williamson County history from a glass of whiskey, and visit the first legal distillery to open there since the early 1900’s. As Laura Faber learned - the Leiper’s Fork Distillery is making whiskey the old-fashioned way. Brought to you by Nashville Public Television.
Typewriter Collector Kirk Jackson
November 12, 2020
Once in a while, old technology enjoys a comeback, thanks to new, younger audiences. Take the vinyl LP record, for example. Well next look out for the return of the manual typewriter. Hard to believe in this electric-powered, digital world of ours. However, there's a young Goodlettsville, TN man who's playing a big part in the typewriter' revival. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.