Wild Side Gourmet: Sautéed Sauger
Our Wild Side Gourmet Tom Pardue and his lovely wife Miss Phyllis share a recipe for savory sauger.
Wild Side Guide Joey Monteleone heads to the Tennessee River with fishing guide Phil King in search of catfish and shows us how a few basic rules apply no matter what fish you're after.
Wild Side Guide Craig Owensby visited one of Cookeville’s city parks to capture the wide-eyed wonder of youngsters getting their first taste of the outdoors.
National Trails Day
The American Hiking Society launched Trails Day to encourage families to discover and celebrate America’s beautiful and inspiring nature trails. It's also a day when volunteers gather to give back to the places they love.
Montgomery Bell Academy Rifle Classic
As Wildside Guide Annette Nole Hall tells us, there’s more than a championship at stake for these young marksmen at the Montgomery Bell Academy’s Rifle Classic in Tennessee.
P.J.’s First Fish
This is a story about a little boy who got a very special surprise early on a summer morning. And it just may have changed his life.
You don’t need a boat to catch sauger; from the bank at night when currents from a nearby dam move bait fish closer to shore works just as well.
Building the Bat Cave
Wild Side Guide Ken Tucker takes us to Montgomery County, where the Nature Conservancy is taking unusual steps to help save our bats.
More of our latest episodes
Thanks for coming by Tennessee’s Wild Side! Our Emmy award-winning outdoors show is a partnership between the not-for-profit Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Our fast-paced program documents the diversity of outdoor adventures just outside your door. Recognized as the “Best Outdoor Show in North America”, Tennessee’s Wild Side is hosted by Bill Cody and Janet Ivey and airs on PBS stations across the state, and on Kentucky Educational Television. Check the schedule below for more.
Wild Side Guide Terry Bulger shows us how a former criminal fraud investigator started carving common wood into unique artwork with pocket knives, chisels and chainsaws.
Remember the great buffalo stampedes of the old West? They still happen, but the Buffalo we’re talking about today swim in Tellico Reservoir. And for a few days every April, they make their spawning runs into Citico Creek.
High on the Cumberland Plateau, deep in the woods, hidden in old rock outcrops lives the tiny green salamander, unseen by most folks. But one biology student is discovering just how fascinating and important this shy amphibian really is.
- NPT - Nashville Public Television
Saturdays, 6:30pm; Sundays, 9:00am.
- WKNO-Channel 10, Memphis, TN
- ETP (Channels 2 and 15), Knoxville, TN
- WCTE-Channel 22, Cookeville, TN
- WTCI-Channel 45, DT29, Chattanooga, TN
Saturdays, 5:00pm; Sundays, 1:00pm
- WLJT-Channel 11, Martin, TN
- Kentucky Educational Television
Tuesdays, 4:00pm ET/3:00pm CT