RAYMOND - Beginning this week, RCTV will air two locally produced programs and introduce three new programs from around the country.
The 2013 9/11 Ceremony held on the Raymond Town Common this past week was recorded and edited by RCTV volunteer (and Committee Chair) Marc Vadeboncoeur. It features music from the Raymond School District Music program and local speakers.
The Raymond 1964 Bicentennial Celebration is produced by Sally Paradis, long time Raymond resident Frank Case, and a host of others. It features stories and pictures from a week of activities surrounding the celebration. It also was edited by volunteer Marc Vadeboncoeur.
You can find the program air days and times at the RCTV web site http://raymondtv.org. Both the 9/11 Ceremony and the 1964 Bicentennial will be available on RCTV’s On demand streaming site at http://raymondtv.pegcentral.com.
The Children’s Corner is a family oriented television program based on “The Slouch In The Couch” series of children’s learning books and takes place in the World of the Magical Couch.
Hosted by Sheriff Stephen J., the town of “The Children’s Corner” is located in Slouch County. When Sheriff Stephen J. is not dealing with Black Bart, he is introducing the audience to various other characters that live in the Magical Couch. Some of these characters include the Alphabet Chef’s. These chefs belong to “The Fraternity of Alphabet Chef’s” and bring a quick cooking segment and the daily “word of interest” into the Sheriff’s house.
Seniors On the Move with Karen McKenzie who is one of the country’s first Senior Fitness Specialists. Karen’s long running, award-winning profile talk show, Seniors on the Move, features experts on aging and strives to provide up-to-date information for baby-boomers and seniors. Karen’s holistic approach will enable an aging population to make intelligent, informed choices, take control of their lives, and make aging a more positive experience.
Sci-Fi Journal is an award-winning Rhode Island public access cable TV show covering many aspects of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Sci-Fi Journal won the Best Magazine-Format/News program for 2012 at the RI PEG Awards on November 16, 2012, and was also nominated in the Best Edited Segment category. Frequent segments include news and trailers for movies, television shows, video games, as well as news on Blu-ray/DVD releases, Anime, Gaming, Comics, and Collectibles, as well as reporting from events such as conventions, and other local happenings. Plus, there are interviews with favorite authors, artists, publishers, convention coverage, round-table discussions, and cool Internet movies, movie trailers, and more.