Current Programs

Available on SCA Channel 192

Spencer Cable Access provides content rich with local news and happenings as well as entertaining and general interest programming. The programs you see on SCA are either locally-produced or are shared with us from other cable access stations. The line-up is based on the feedback you provided in our subscriber survey. If you are interested in producing your own show, we welcome you to contact us to get started.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

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Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

Music and the Spoken Word

Featuring modern and traditional arrangements of spiritual, patriotic, popular, classical and contemporary music coupled with timely, inspiring prose, Music & the Spoken Word becomes an uplifting, rejuvenating destination that listeners and viewers return to every week.

Painting Journeys

Kitty Lynne Klich brings you on an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations she has traveled. The one-hour program features painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.

Sidewalks Entertainment

"Sidewalks Entertainment" is a 30-minute family-friendly show presenting major celebrity interviews, music from established and new recording stars, and other interesting artistic acts.

Physician Focus

Physician Focus is a monthly, half-hour educational talk show that brings important information from practicing physicians on a wide range of health and medical subjects to people and patients of all ages.

Legal Ease

Legal Ease is a show on legal topics of interest to the general public in Massachusetts. It has been running in more than 30 communities for over 11 years. The show is supported and sponsored by the Northern Middlesex Bar Association. It is produced by Ernest H. Hyde, Esq. and his guests are usually members of the Association with expertise in the topic area.

Historical Sketches

Historical Sketches is a series of 28-minute presentations of historical events, places, characters and chronicles. The sketches put light on history not commonly found in standard books. Links between the past and today are also highlighted.

Ooma's Cookie Jar

Lee Danek, from our Thyme In The Kitchen show, has always had a passion for baking. In fact, Ooma's Cookie Jar was the name of her business in Spencer, MA. It was a favorite place for pastry lovers to go to see what treat she, also known as Ooma, had prepared that day. Now retired from her business, Lee is sharing her recipes and techniques in her show.

The Piano Guy

Scott Houston, Public Television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in a flash in this Emmy Award winning series.

Produce a Show

Do you have an idea for a show? SCA can help you bring it to life. We have everything you need to produce your very own television program. Get started today.

Quality of Life

"Quality of Life" is an educational program with professionals who provide important information to improve the quality of our lives.

Newsdesk

Newsdesk has become one of the most popular news magazine programs on public television. Hosts Jason Miller and Dr. David Arfa bring you in-depth analysis of national and international news giving viewers a better understanding of the real meaning behind the headlines.

The Garage with Steve Butler

In his garage workshop, Steve shares with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making.

Future Talk

Future Talk is a monthly series that examines the global impact of technology, both for good and for bad, and tries to see where the new technology is leading us.

White House Chronicle

Created in 1997 by journalist Llewellyn King, the program showcases the many talented Washington print and radio reporters who rarely, if ever, appeared on television. The guests and topics – from politics, to foreign affairs, to business and the economy, to technology – are a moveable feast for viewers.

SHINE

The purpose of the show is to help community residents, by addressing, guiding, and navigating them through the health insurance coverage and medicare/medicaid services provided through SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone).

The Legal Edition

The Legal Edition is a discussion and interview show with guests on a variety of topics on Law, Business, Policy that affects individuals, businesses and corporations. The Host and Producer is Attorney, Business & Policy Analyst: Mary Kay Elloian, MBA, JD, Esq.

Cinemaniacs

Hosts Mark and Tom review the latest theatrical releases, as well as upcoming DVD releases. Explosive! Dynamite! A must see! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had read a book!

Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker

An interesting nature show, “Expedition New England” evolved into "Expedition Earth with Scott Tucker", is a little bit wacky, but takes viewers close up into areas much like their own back yards where there are all kinds of interesting creatures. It’s a great show for kids as well as adults. Makes you want to turn off the TV and get outside!

Graceful Aging

Graceful Aging features national experts describing ways your life can be vibrant, fun, productive, profitable, safe, and healthy. Gregory Bator is the founder, producer and host of the country’s leading community access television program.

Perils for Pedestrians

"Perils For Pedestrians" is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians.

Off the Shelf: Books on Tour

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.