Produced by: Evelyn T. Latella
PCTV's thanks the local shops and businesses that have donated or contributed to the success of Pleasantville's local public access TV station - Pleasantville Community television (PCTV).
Produced by: Pleasantville Clergy Association
The Pleasantville Clergy Association is an interfaith organization comprised of the leaders of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths in and around Pleasantville. We work together to promote goodwill among the various faiths we represent as well as a spirit of peace and cooperation in our community and beyond. Among the gatherings we sponsor are an annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, an annual Community Observance of Martin Luther King Day, monthly meeting of the local faith leaders and an occasional discussion group about the similarities and differences between us inspired by the book, The Faith Club. In all this we seek to model mutual respect, understanding and cooperation for the good of our community and the people we represent.
This weekly series focuses on adventures in wine and food around the globe, always from a local New York perspective. Each episode presents a theme that evolves around specific wine regions or grape varieties, coupled with pairings of food. Local food and wine establishments are frequently featured, including restaurants, caterers and gourmet food shops. Episodes immerse viewers in a virtual tour as the hosts discuss the history and background of select wine regions, wines and foods. Viewers are tantalized with on-screen wine and food tastings, accompanied by appropriate pairings. Each tasting is rated by the hosts, who challenge each other's decisions in a friendly exchange of opinions and insights.
Produced by: Alan H. Siegel
Health iQ is dedicated to educating the public regarding health and wellness topics. The healthcare delivery system is very expansive and confusing at times. It includes traditional allopathic standards of care as well as integrative and alternative medicine. Additionally, health insurance plans play a big role in what kind of care and with whom a patient receives treatment. Patients are not always informed or have enough knowledge on making intelligent (iQ) decisions regarding their own health. Health iQ hosted by Dr. Alan H. Siegel, D.C. will inform our viewers on many healthcare topics that can help people make better decisions regarding their health. Our guests are leaders in their respective fields using the latest advancements in technology.