Tune in to Arkansas PBS at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28 to catch the series premiere of “Homegrown.” This colorful program is a tribute to the essence of Arkansas, and explores the lives of remarkable individuals, their narratives and the rich heritage that each of them contributes to their communities. Please join us to explore the stories of difference makers, innovators, families and rural communities. “Homegrown” shares inspiring tales and will take you on a journey that reveals the true heart of The Natural State.
Each new episode of “Homegrown” will spotlight a unique theme, interweaving stories previously showcased through other Arkansas PBS productions. Given new life by fresh perspectives and insights, these stories will captivate and inspire a broader audience. You can look forward to hearing the incredible stories of people such as Canaan Sandy, the ultimate Arkansas Razorbacks superfan; Dolly Parton, a multifaceted artist and philanthropist; and Ja’Dayia Kursh, Arkansas’s first Black Rodeo Queen.
We hope that you will learn more about Arkansas, its people and its culture as “Homegrown” takes you on an exciting journey through the state, and that these stories will inspire you to grow your own story here at home. The 30-minute premier airs on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. on Arkansas PBS. The episode can also be livestreamed at myarpbs.org/live.
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