Syndicated Series

Public access series from the Northeast… and beyond.

A full list of our syndicated television shows is provided for you here. We switch out different series throughout the year to provide new opportunities for different programs to be rotated in. If you like a particular show, please send us an email or comment so we can consider your feedback when we develop the next season’s schedule.

NASA 360°

NASA 360 is a 30 minute television series focused on a wide range of NASA-esque topics such as engineering, space travel, computing, mathematics, and a variety of science, technology and engineering career spotlights. The series shows how NASA has helped to change, and continues to reimagine our existence here on Earth by examining how the technology developed by, or for, NASA is being used right here in our society in everyday products and circumstances. Hosted by Johnny Alonso and Jennifer Pulley (through 2012), the show is geared toward a younger audience (middle to high school) but provides deep thinking topics that is enjoyable to all.


Tech Throwback is a fun walk into the past with host Bill Robert showing us stuff that is both “Cool, and Old School”. The series examines three or four products in each episode; electronics or digital components that are now mostly obsolete from the 70’s 80’s or 90’s. Bill breaks down the usage of the different computers, software titles, games, radios, phone, and audio electronics in an interesting overview from the NACAM studio in North Andover MA. Geared toward an older generation that may enjoy a walk down memory lane, this enjoyable series is a well produced and informative show for gear heads and nostalgia-driven individuals.


NHPTV and AARP New Hampshire have partnered to present a special series, CHANGING AGING IN THE GRANITE STATE. Topics include key issues facing Granite Staters as we age: financial security, health care planning for the long-term, consumer and investment fraud, and living well. CHANGING AGING IN THE GRANITE STATE focuses on these topics with personal stories, expert perspectives, and engaging discussions. Hosted by Allison McNair.


The National Science Foundation presents this 30-minute series as a collection of shorts from other NSF series such as Science Now, Science News, Science of Innovation and other educational series. With a wide range of topics such as nanotechnology, robotics, space exploration, ballistics, oceanography, and electricity, the series is geared toward educating viewers on a broad scale. Each episode jumps from featurette to featurette and teaches complex topics in a digestible format.


An educational cooking show featuring cooking demos, craft beer & wine pairings, farm to table & coffee tips &interviews. Joe Murphy co-hosts the series with regional chefs that showcase their culinary talents creating masterful dishes in the comfort of your home. Chefs Table Foundation produces this show; mission is to support homeless U.S. veterans & underprivileged youths w/culinary education.


A show about video games, produced by the students in the East Bridgewater Community Television Multi-Media Club at East Bridgewater High School.

This monthly show features a round-table discussion of topics: new/upcoming games; favorite/hated games; tips & tricks; game soundtracks & more!


Somerville Community Access Television and Aeronaut Brewing Company presents Duck Village Stage Sessions, a weekly production featuring musicians, speakers, creatives & innovators! Named after a small speakeasy village in Somerville MA, behind the railroad tracks, DUCK VILLAGE is the name of our Wednesday night weekly recording initiative at Aeronaut Brewing Company. SCATV films featured musicians/bands/presenters/performers and brings you one awesome edited highlight of the night!


Local Ipswich artist and cartoonist, Edward Colley, meets with other local artists living in or around the North Shore of Boston and takes an in-depth look into their work/process. Featuring local artists such as comic illustrator and collector Al Bradford, Maisie Crowther who is a local watercolor artist, T.M. Nicholas who is a painter and owns a Gallery in Rockport MA.


Monthly science fiction talk show featuring 3 hosts talking about various topics, and sometimes hosting special guests in the studio. Various science fiction topics include Regional “Cons” and Comicon Guest Stars, Props & Models on-set, SupermegaFest, stars, episodes, movies and more.



garageX tv title cardAre you sick of all those car shows set in million dollar garages working on cars that have never seen an inch of snow? Us too!

Come along with Matt, Steve and Chris as they tackle all sorts of automotive projects throughout New England. They’ll show you how the Pro’s do it, how they do it, and how you can do it, hopefully on a budget that we can all afford. This is real hot rodding. This is Garage X.


Appropriate for all ages, “O! Melodious Show” features music & sketch comedy from the imaginative and whimsical mind of Melodious Zach.



market-fresh-meals-logoMarket Fresh Meals is more than a mere cooking show. Made possible thanks to a generous sponsorship from Aurora Health Care, these programs provide information on the health benefits of local ingredients, and helpful health tips from Aurora’s own Wellness Coordinator, Michelle Urbanek. Michelle is joined in the Relish Kitchen on 8th Street by Farmer’s Market Manager, Maria Liesegang and together they cook up healthy options with a dollop of good food information. Some episodes of Market Fresh Meals include segments at the Sheboygan Farmer’s Market, highlighting helpful vendors, and the SCIO information tent with resources explained by SCIO’s own Executive Director, Heidi Gudmundson.

Shorter filler segments

The National Science Foundation provides us with a variety of different programs that are less than 10 minutes in length. We use these shows as “bicycle” programs to fill in the gaps between feature series and Municipal meetings. They span a variety of topics within the science spectrum. Watch for segments of these shows to follow our regularly broadcasted programs. Each of these shorts are also included as part of the half hour Science 360 series listed above. However, these excerpts stand alone as needed to fill in air time between shows.


This animated series of short videos acts as a video glossary to define specific scientific terms or concepts in a fun, easy to understand way. In each episode you’ll learn what it is, why researchers study it, and what it might be used for. The content of each episode will be appropriate for all age groups, although some concepts may be high-school level science.


Hosted by the NSF’s Dena Headlee, NSF Science Now is a weekly newscast covering some of the latest in NSF-funded innovation and advances across all areas and disciplines, from astronomy to zoology. This fast paced, news round-up reports many of the week’s top stories.


In the National Science Foundation’s Science Nation online magazine, we examine the breakthroughs, and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves: An artificial retina that can help the blind to see; new materials to build things bigger, better, lighter, and stronger; new ways to make our lives better without making the environment worse; and what we can learn from organisms that can live and thrive in frozen deserts or steaming-hot volcanic vents. Each week, Science Nation takes a dynamic, entertaining look at the research–and the researchers–that will change our lives.


bald eagle drawingAmerican Presidents is a series of educational shorts from Wilbriham Public Access in Wilbriham, MA. These short programs touch on the history of each American President. All episode run times are only about 5 minutes long. It is a wonderful way to spark history conversations with students and historians. Current President spotlights include Washington, Jefferson, Monroe, Madison and Adams. More presidents will be added to the rotation as soon as the series is updated.


science of speed title cardNASCAR teams push science to its limits to eke out the tenths or hundredths of a second that separate the winner from the also-ran. This short segment video series uses the elements of NASCAR to show that a racecar really is a science experiment on wheels. Topics discussed during the episodes include Drag, Friction, Tire Pressure, Load transfer, grip, Sound, and Safety mechanisms. Sponsored by the National Science foundation.