|Title||Rhode Island State Parks|
|Original Post||Mar 28, 2019|
|Updated Airdate(s)||Apr 12 at 8 p.m. | Apr 13, noon + 11 p | Apr 14 at 7p|
In Rhode Island State Parks, filmmaker Jim Karpeichik guides viewers to discover how Rhode Island's state parks were founded more than 100 years ago and then evolved into the network of beautiful open spaces we all share today.
Filmed over a 10 year period on location in Rhode Island state parks, beaches, and management areas, the documentary includes interviews with such legends as George Wein, promoter of the Newport Folk and Jazz Festivals, and the late Al Klyberg, who literally wrote the book on the history of the parks. Several other Rhode Islanders shed insight into each park’s unique story of how it came to be. Beautiful imagery captures the parks in all seasons, making this film an indulgent visual treat as well as a rich learning experience.
Rhode Island PBS presents Rhode Island State Parks as part of Rhode Island Stories, its ongoing collection of local documentaries by independent producers.
WSBE Rhode Island PBS transmits standard-definition (SD) and high-definition (HD) content over the air on digital 36.1; on Rhode Island cable services: Cox 08 / 1008HD, Verizon FiOS 08 / 508HD, Full Channel 08; on Massachusetts cable services: Comcast 819HD, Verizon 18 / 518HD; on satellite: DirecTV 36 / 3128HD, Dish Network 36.