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Virginias First People

Dr. Helen Rountree — Professor Emerita of Anthropology at Old Dominion University — and Dr. Michael Barber — State Archaeologist with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources — discuss the history, culture, geography, and language of Virginia’s First People.

Segments include:
The Weyanoke: A World of Water and Land
The Weyanoke: Farmers and Hunters
The Weyanoke: Stone, Bone, and Clay Artifacts
Stone Tools
Bone Tools
The Atlatl: Mysterious Artifacts
Werowocomoco: Trading with the Powhatan
The Powhatan: The Language Barrier
The Powhatan: The Culture Barrier
Losing the Land

Vitus Rocks

Vitus Rocks is a television show that features bands performing at Vitus in Oakland, California.
Three to four shows are produced a month. The show is produced by Yeah Live!

Voices of Hope

Voices of Hope Productions, LLC is a woman-owned multi-media production company dedicated to creative
and community-based communications and documentary filmmaking as a means to educate, engage, empower and entertain while fostering leadership, citizenship and inspiration in adults and youth to make a difference in our society.

Voices of the Holocaust

2014 marks the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Poland. While the current generation may read about World War II in their history books, Voices of the Holocaust brings the devastation of the war to a personal level. Through interviews with survivors of the Holocaust, and historical footage and photos, this documentary tells a story of fear, loss and tragedy but also of survival and hope.

These stories, told by average citizens who witnessed the events first hand, commemorate the strength of the survivors and pay honor to those who did not make it through.

Voices of Truth - One-On-One with Hawaiis Future

Winner of the prestigious 2010 Digital Halo Media Activist and 2009 WAVE video awards, Voices Of Truth - One-On-One With Hawaii's Future is one of Hawaii’s most popular television shows. Now in its thirteenth season, Voices Of Truth seeks to inspire viewers to become active participants in creating a better future for wherever they live. Whether you watch Voices Of Truth for our guests and their fascinating message or Hawaii's breathtaking scenery, you'll come away amazed, uplifted and wanting more.

Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Disaster Preparation, Relief and Recovery

This show is put together as a public service by Massachusetts Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster www.massvoad.org to help further organize disaster recovery efforts in Massachusetts and throughout the US.

Wake Up and Smell the Poetry

"Wake Up and Smell the Poetry", a series is for the merging of minds and souls of poets, musicians and other performing artists.

We provide a forum for talented writers and performing artists to share their words and get people awakened and excited about the diversity of voices, perspectives and insights expressed through the art form of poetry, song and spoken word.

To see more visit: http://hcam.tv/wakeup.

Wake up with Dr. Cheryl - Wealth Transformation

Our shows mission and purpose is: "To raise the awareness and consciousness in the relationship with Wealth and apply Unconditional Love."

Wakefield Fourth of July Parade

Long an annual local tradition, the Wakefield Independence Day Parade is the largest July Fourth parade in Massachusetts and the second largest in the New England region (behind the parade in Bristol, Rhode Island).It has also been reported that it is the eighth largest in the U.S. Each year, this parade features the best in award-winning drum corps from around the U.S.

The 2009 parade theme was "A Salute to America's Patriots" and featured units from around the U.S., such as the Baltimore Police Band, Lake City Band (Lake City, Minnesota), Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps, Boston Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps, Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps, Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps, Spirit of America of Orleans, Massachusetts, Citations, and the nationally reknowned Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps (formerly Cadets of Bergen County). Local favorites include Dan Clark ("the Singing State Trooper"), television host Rex Trailer, Bunker Hill Bagpipe Band, Colonel Bailey's Second Massachusetts Regiment, Tony Barrie Band, and many other groups and floats.