Dear Viewers and Listeners:
April showers cannot dampen the wonderful programming that ETV and ETV Radio offer this month.
First up is The Blueprint: The Story of Adventist Education, an ETV national offering. A follow-up to our other national programs—The Adventists and The Adventists 2—this special examines the successful initiative that uses the “whole person” approach to education.
Another ETV national presentation, The Washington National Cathedral: A New Century, A New Calling, examines the role of this landmark 100 years after the beginning of its construction and throughout its 83-year building process.
A diverse abundance of music fills our April primetime schedule, including the songs of Randy Newman, The Dave Clark Five, country star Jason Isbell, the Women of Soul performing at the White House, and Matthew Bourne’s adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty. The award-winning science series NOVA attempts to understand what our pets are thinking in a fascinating three-part special, Inside Animals’ Minds. And for all the television aficionados, we present a fourth season of the popular Pioneers of Television, with clips from many great TV series from the 1950s to the present.
ETV Radio is holding its Spring Fundraising Drive beginning April 9, with local announcers as well as popular guests in the studios. We thank you for your support during our drive, as well as all year long!
President and CEO