‘Ask The Geezers’ airs 150th show this week

Ask The GeezersGrafton Community Television marks another significant broadcast accomplishment on Thursday evening, May 16, when the 150th live episode of “Ask The Geezers” airs at 8 p.m.

The one-hour discussion program features Jim Gallagher with GCTV producers Bob DeToma and Rick Schultze. The program airs live at 8 p.m. every other Thursday evening on Charter Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34 and is then rebroadcast on Fridays and Saturdays at 11 p.m..

According to Bob DeToma of Ask the Geezers, “Originally the Geezers would meet weekly for coffee and discuss anything we could think of, or as one witness put it, ‘are you guys trying to solve all the worlds problems in one night?’ . . . . . and from there we entered the studio and created history,  . . . . or mayhem, the viewer gets to choose.  150 shows later, we’re still at it, with some cast changes along the way, and looking forward to show number 200.”

Grafton Community Television provides programming on three distinct public access channels in the Town of Grafton over the Charter Communications and the Verizon cable systems. Monthly schedules for Grafton Community Television Channels can be found at http://www.GraftonTV.org.

Charter Channel 11/Verizon Channel 34 provides general interest programming, Charter Channel 12/Verizon Channel 33 broadcasts town government programming, and Charter Channel 13 /Verizon Channel 32 features school programming and high school sports events. The Grafton Community Television studios and offices are located at 296 Providence Road in South Grafton.

Submitted by John LaPoint, GCTV

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