Award-winning Bluegrass & Backroads begins its 12th broadcast season

Louisville, KY (September 10, 2015) Kentucky Farm Bureau’s (KFB) Emmy® Award-winning television program, Bluegrass & Backroads, returns for its 12th season on the air. The show will be broadcast on a number of state television networks including Kentucky Educational Television (KET), and will air nationally on RFD-TV.

Bluegrass&Backroads logoExploring everything from festivals to the KFB Outstanding Young Farm Family finalists to a walk through a forest lit with 5,000 Jack-O-Lanterns, Season 12 of Bluegrass & Backroads will offer its viewers a look at many of Kentucky’s unique cultural and agricultural aspects.

“The new season is filled with a lot of fun stories; it is one of the best ever,” said Bob Shrader, KFB’s video production coordinator. “We were excited last year when Season 11 got five Emmy nominations and I think this season holds even more interesting and entertaining stories.”

Bluegrass & Backroads is a 30-minute show that explores the various agricultural, cultural, historical and artistic stories unique to Kentucky. Produced at the KFB state headquarters in Louisville, the program is written, filmed, hosted, directed and edited by the two-person team of Shrader and Matt Hilton.

“While producing each Bluegrass & Backroads episode, we come across so many interesting and amazing people, places and events in Kentucky,” said Hilton. “I can’t imagine living anywhere else and I hope our viewers feel that same way.”

Season 12 episodes of Bluegrass & Backroads will air on KET at 12:00 a.m. on Wednesdays, on KET2 at 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays, and on KETKY at 7:30 a.m. and 11 p.m. on Sundays, 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays, and 7:30 a.m. on Fridays. Season 12 will also be shown on RFD-TV at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and 4:30 a.m. on Sundays. All times are Eastern Time Zone.

 

To learn more about Bluegrass & Backroads or watch episodes online, visit: bluegrassandbackroads.com.

One Response to “Award-winning Bluegrass & Backroads begins its 12th broadcast season”

  1. Ben Reynolds says:

    Bob Sharder and Matt Hilton seem to approach every story as something so unique that it needs to be told. You can tell they love what they do by how well it’s done. Congratulations!

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