PBS Fall Arts Festival Offers Thrills, Chills & Beautiful Music
Continue an AETN Friday night tradition with the PBS Fall Arts Festival. This year, Kristin Chenoweth debuts as our host, and we have a fabulous season line-up for you — from ”Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street In Concert With the New York Philharmonic” and “The Nance” to “Hitmakers” and “Austin City Limits Celebrates 40 Years.”
Free Giovanni Antipolo Concert Oct. 2
Little Rock native “Gio” Antipolo is bringing classical piano to “AETN Presents: On the Front Row” with a free concert in our studios on Thursday, Oct. 2. Meet us in the AETN lobby by 6:30 p.m. to reserve your free seat for extraordinary excerpts from Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No. 3” and Debussy’s “Claire de Lune.”
“Cooking on the Wild Side” Recipes
Love cooking with Phyllis and John on the show? Here are your recipes to test again and tinker with as you whip your own wild and wonderful creations. Find everything you need to know to make Arkansas Wild Cakes, Remoulade Sauce, Succotash Salad and Apple Pizza after the jump.
New “Agri Arkansas” premieres Sept. 28
In this month’s episode, dig into the state’s agricultural economics, learn how the Cummins prison farm operates to reduce costs and help improve inmate morale, and get to know the Peach Pickin’ Paradise that is Clarksville. Host Tony Brooks will also join special guests Rich Hillman of Farm Bureau and Shea Wilson of the Arkansas Department of Corrections for a round table discussion.
“Election 2014: AETN Debates” Schedule - Watch. Learn. Participate.
To help Arkansas voters familiarize themselves with the candidates and wide range of issues relevant to our state’s 2014 election cycle, we’re hosting and broadcast the “Election 2014: AETN Debates,” Oct. 13-17. Candidates in nine races have agreed to participate in this year’s broadcast event. Join us after the jump to learn when each debate is scheduled, which candidates have confirmed and who this year’s panelists will be.