30th Anniversary Season of TPW TV on PBS

30th Anniversary of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Television Series

30th Anniversary of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Television Series


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The Texas Parks and Wildlife TV show celebrates 30 years on PBS with the new season that starts this month.

17- That’s an incredibly long time for a show to be on–especially one like this. A lot of states used to do shows like this, and a lot of them–for whatever reason–have dropped out. And we are one of the few starts that still does a show that still runs on public broadcasting in the state. So, we’re pretty unique in that regard.

Don Cash is series producer. He says throughout the 30th Anniversary season, viewers will enjoy vintage segments.

19-Some of this stuff is going to seem fairly dated and maybe a little hokey; and that’s what’s kind of fun about it. The style of storytelling 30 years ago is different than what it is now. It was great storytelling; but we really focus more on telling stories through people now than when the show first started.

Expect to meet show producers from the series’ 30 year history talking about their favorite segments.

13-And, we’re going to let them introduce their favorite story from their time. Our show doesn’t have a host; there’s no real person to it. And this will maybe let some of the viewers actually put a face to some of the people that have worked on the show over the years.

And that’s just a small part of what to expect during the 30th Anniversary year of the Texas Parks and Wildlife TV series.  Check your local listings.

For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.

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