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The History Channel is having a documnetary Sunday night at 8:00 Est. with Peter, Paul, and Mary being the subject matter. I have found the channel to be informative, factfilled, and approach from a neutral viewpoint. Channel 269 on DTV, also available from other sources.
-- mitch hearn (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 27, 2002
Mitch--sounda great---but we live in the "boonies" & we only have an antenna & we sometimes get one channel!!! Tell us about it later- please-
-- Sonda in Ks. (email@example.com), March 27, 2002.
I have a DTV dish and get about 65 channels per month for $31.00, this includes CNN, TNT, Weather Channel, History Channel TBS, Discovery, TLC, NGC, Animal Planet, USA, A&E, 10 Music channels and a bunch of other stuff I never watch.
-- mitch hearn (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 27, 2002.
Sonda - I thought I'd share something & maybe this will help.
We only get 2 channels with our antenna, as we live in the boonies too! This is PLENTY for us! TOO much sometimes!
Anyway, when there is something on a channel that I'd like to watch and can't (for instance, I want to see the Frontier special on PBS in April) I have my Mom's AV person from school tape it for me. I only do this on very rare occasions, so they don't mind. I give them the tape & they tape it for me for free. If you know anyone in a public school like that, it might be worth asking when there's something interesting on!
-- heather (email@example.com), March 27, 2002.