Program Schedule

CatskillsAir airs 24/7 on MTC Channel 1.

(9/15- 9/21)

CatskillsAir Program Highlights

Friday Night (9/15)

6:00PM – Citizen News Bureau – Lori Fairbairn brings you the Weekend Weather report for the Catskill Region.
6:30PM – Mostly Folk with Artie Martello – Artie talks with The Rough & Tumble, a dynamic duo composed of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler, have been captivating audiences with their unique blend of dumpster-folk and thrift store-Americana for over a decade.
7:00PM – Solid Waste Management Center and Compost Facility – Jezz Harkin talks with Tyson Robb, Solid Waste Coordinator, about the upcoming Clean Sweep event that is held annually in September.
7:30PM – Focus on the Arts – Elizabeth Mami talks Jim Richarson from Music on the Delaware on what events are upcoming at the Walton Theatre.
8:00PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:30PM – The Sonny Rock Show – Sonny talks Joe Ferla. Joe is a guitarist, singer, engineer, and producer. Winner of 5 Grammy Awards for audio engineering, including one for his work with John Mayer on his “Continuum” album. Joe is now retired and lives in Stamford, NY.

Saturday Night (9/16)

6:00PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
6:30PM – The Hiker Trash Husbands. Join Jeff and Moe as they journey along the Northville – Lake Placid Trail. It was a 10 day hike through the Adirondacks. This show will feature their last 5 days on the trail.
7:00PM – Pull Tab Guinness World Record – A short documentary by Kelsey Riordan about Halcottsville’s resident and artist, Sharon Suess and how the community all helped her on the day she made it into the record book.
7:30PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:00PM – A MsTree – As a chapter closes on the Little Red Cottages of Nowhere, Andrea introduces us to a new adventure vehicle. It’s a short bus story.
8:30PM – Focus on the Arts – Elizabeth Mamitalks with BT Bard who is an illustrator, poet, and artist. She’s written and illustrated 4 books , ranging from children’s issues to adult, fiction to nonfiction.

Sunday Night (9/17)

6:00PM – Elizabeth Mami talks with Eliza Pritzker. Eliza is an Eco-Ancestral Artist, Columnist discussing her past inspiration of Indigenous cultural art.
6:30PM – Solid Waste Management Center and Compost Facility – Jezz Harkin talks with Tyson Robb, Solid Waste Coordinator, about the upcoming Clean Sweep event that is held annually in September.
7:00PM – WARK Community Television Archives – The Dictionary Game (Episode 3). Michael Finberg hosts two teams of four as they try to stump each other with “trick definitions”. One of the four definitions is correct Tune in for the fun!
7:30PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:00PM – Delaware County Base Ball Association – Tonight we learn about the Delhi Polecats who play their games at historic Crawford Field in Hamden, NY.
8:30PM – Wood and Words – Local woodworker, artist and author Gary Mead share some of his poetry in a new segment on CatskillsAir.

Monday Night (9/18)

6:00PM – Weekly Weather Forecast – Lori Fairbairn brings you the Weekly forecast for the Catskill Region.
6:30PM – WARK Community Television Archives – The Cooking Show. Michael Finberg and guest chef Howard Rabb prepare a meal using an edible wild plant (Airdate Early 80s).
7:00PM – Downstaters – A comedy web series about two New Yorkers who leave big city life for the Catskills. In this episode, Jess & Beth prepare to visit downstate but they need to tackle mud season first.
7:30PM – Mostly Folk with Artie Martello – Artie talks Sloan Wainwright. Sloan is a member of an acclaimed family of artists (brother Loudon Wainwright, sister-in-law Kate McGarrigle, nephew Rufus Wainwright and nieces Martha Wainwright and Lucy Wainwright Roche), and has charted an artistic path all her own. She is a songwriter, singer, performer, teacher, mentor and collaborator and performs a unique hybrid of pop, folk, jazz and blues.
8:00PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:30PM – Focus on the Arts – Elizabeth Mami talks with writer, author and Illustrator Fabia Wargin.

Tuesday Night (9/19)

6:00PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
6:30PM – WARK Community Television Archives – The Dictionary Game (Episode 3). Michael Finberg hosts two teams of four as they try to stump each other with “trick definitions”. One of the four definitions is correct Tune in for the fun!
7:00PM – The Hiker Trash Husbands. Join Jeff and Moe as they journey along the Northville – Lake Placid Trail. It was a 10 day hike through the Adirondacks. This show will feature their last 5 days on the trail.
7:30PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:00PM – A MsTree – As a chapter closes on the Little Red Cottages of Nowhere, Andrea introduces us to a new adventure vehicle. It’s a short bus story.
8:30PM – Pull Tab Guinness World Record – A short documentary by Kelsey Riordan about Halcottsville’s resident and artist, Sharon Suess and how the community all helped her on the day she made it into the record book.

Wednesday Night (9/20)

6:00PM – Grocholl Homestead – Join Ashton’s as she shares her tips on crocheting.
6:30PM – Mostly Folk with Artie Martello – Artie talks with Maura and Pete Kennedy who perform as a duo called, The Kennedys. They are recognized for their harmonies and instrumental prowess, blending elements of country music, bluegrass, Western swing and janglepop.
7:00PM – Solid Waste Management Center and Compost Facility – Jezz Harkin talks with Tyson Robb, Solid Waste Coordinator, about the upcoming Clean Sweep event that is held annually in September.
7:30PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:00PM – “Trees, Trout and the CCC” – Diane Galusha, Director of the Historical Society of Middletown, talks on how the Civilian Conservation Corp boys worked to preserve John Burroughs’ Catskills and saved themselves in the process. Recorded at Woodchuck Lodge in Roxbury, NY.

Thursday Night (9/21)

6:00PM – Citizen News Bureau – Lori Fairbairn brings you the Weekend Weather Report for the Catskill Region.
6:30PM – Focus on the Arts – Elizabeth Mami talks with Gary Mead, an update on his new building and his poetry.
7:00PM – Downstaters – A comedy web series about two New Yorkers who leave big city life for the Catskills. In this episode, Jess & Beth prepare to visit downstate but they need to tackle mud season first.
7:30PM – Delaware County News Update – Julia Marks and Matt Avitabile bring you the latest news from the Delaware County Region.
8:00PM – Delaware County Chamber of Commerce – Chamber President, Ray Pucci brings us his latest Chamber Check-In. In this video he talks about the Chamber’s Transportation study and how you can help contribute with your comments.
8:30PM – The Sonny Rock Show – Sonny talks Joe Ferla. Joe is a guitarist, singer, engineer, and producer. Winner of 5 Grammy Awards for audio engineering, including one for his work with John Mayer on his “Continuum” album. Joe is now retired and lives in Stamford, NY.

CatskillsAir serves:

Afton
Andes
Arkville
Bainbridge
Bloomville
Bovina
Bovina
Colchester
Conesville
Davenport
Delhi
Denver
Downsville
East Meredith
Fergusonville
Fleischmanns
Franklin

Gilboa
Grand Gorge
Halcott
Halcottsville
Harpersfield
Harpersfield
Highmount
Hobart
Jefferson
Jewett
Lew Beach
Lexington
Margaretville
Maryland
Masonville
Meredith
Middletown

NewKingston
Oneonta
Pine Hill
Roxbury
Schenevus
Shandaken
Sidney
Sidney Center
South Kortright
Stamford
Stamford
Tompkins
Treadwell
Trout Creek
Unadilla
Walton
West Kill
Worcester

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