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Alabama Public Television is proud to announce a number of new programs this Fall season that explore Alabama life, Alabama business, Alabama sports and more. Take a look at what's coming:
Premieres Sunday, Oct. 20 at 6:00pm
Journey Proud is Alabama Public Television's new documentary series highlighting the people, customs, and traditions of Alabama. Hosted by Joey Brackner, Director of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, Journey Proud canvases the state documenting Alabama’s diverse cultural heritage.
Premieres Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 10:00pm
NPR, Marketplace, and Bloomberg correspondent Gigi Douban hosts this in-depth look at business and finance stories happening in Alabama. Features one-on-one profiles of some of the state’s most successful business professionals and trends off the beaten path.
Premieres Sunday, Oct. 6 at 12:30pm
Travel through the urban landscape of Birmingham to the beaches of Mobile and beyond the mountains of Fort Payne. The Alabama Life series finds intriguing people, awesome eats and beautiful places that make up the wonderful state of Alabama.
Sunday, Oct. 13 at 6:00pm
This program recognizes the extraordinary work of Birmingham’s legal community during the Civil Rights Movement, and explains the role lawyers and the legal system played in the fight to end racial inequality.
The Ironbowl Hour
Thursdays at 10:30pm
Hosts Reed and Will Lochamy debate hot topics of the week, travel the state investigating stories surrounding the rivalry, and talk to some of the biggest names in Alabama and Auburn football.
Afterhours: Live at the Red Cat
This new music performance series captures a variety of artists performing at the Red Cat Cafe in Birmingham.
Premieres Wednesday, Nov. 27
September 11, 2013 marked the centennial of the birth of legendary football coach Paul W. “Bear” Bryant. Gene Stallings, Bobby Bowden, Nick Saban, Bill Battle, Ken Stabler, Bob Baumhower and many more were interviewed to give a glimpse into the coach and the man.