Member Favorites Make March a Month to Remember
We’ve had an exciting March at PBS39, accented by the member favorites we have aired all month. This past weekend, we wrapped up another exciting batch of this special programming, with plenty of highlights throughout.
One particularly fun highlight was when singer-songwriter Mary Fahl visited us for a series of interviews in front of a live audience at the PBS39 studio. Mary was on-hand to support PBS39 as we aired her special, Mary Fahl: Live in Concert at the Mauch Chunk Opera House, and was a delight to have in the studio. We can’t wait to have her back on Sat., Jun. 6, when Mary brings her guitar for an intimate, acoustic performance. Get your tickets now!
Speaking of music, guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa autographed a Les Paul II model guitar by Epiphone for us, which we raffled during our presentation of Joe Bonamassa: Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks. The drawing is open until Mar. 31, and we will announce the winner on PBS39 FOCUS on Fri., Apr. 3.
We also took you to a far-off land as we presented Zoltán Mága: From Budapest with Love and took a trip back in time with Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever.
In addition, you’ve enjoyed plenty of non-musical programming this month. The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross became one of our most popular programs in recent memory, while specials like Doc Martin: Portwenn; Father Brown: Saving Souls, Solving Crimes; Foyle’s War Revisited and The Manners of Downton Abbey gave you behind-the-scenes looks at some of your favorite PBS39 shows.
Of course, we wouldn’t be able to bring you all of this great programming without your pledge of financial support. So many of you made an investment into PBS39 programming this month, which shows your love and appreciation of what we do. We couldn’t be more thankful!
Special programming will be back in a couple of months, but you can still support PBS39 programming any time of year. Head over to our Support page to learn how you can become a PBS39 member today!