I watched some of the "Woodworking TV Channel", which I learned about
from this NG. I'll pass along a few thoughts and would be interested
in the opinions of other viewers.
They spend some time showing quite elaborate lathe turned work.
Scott Phillips (American Woodshop) is well represented.
There's a woodworker from Brittain named Free who has a show which
looks very much like the NYW except he works in the metric system and
has no beard. They show a good number of The Router Workshop reruns.
They show a little marquetry. All in all, since the readers of this NG
are professed addicts of woodworking they will probably find some
useful information available.
I liked the multiple channels thing... but from what I saw for wood, they
are doing nothing more than echoing thewoodworkingchannel.com (I brought up
both sites, and they were showing the same show, about 6 times over a
couple of weeks).
Beyond that... agreed on Roy Underhill! Wish UNC offered more than the past
3 years or so on DVDs, especially since I now live in an area that the show
isn't available any longer.
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