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Written by: Nick Houser
Date: October 2, 2019

Broad & High hosted by Kate Quickel (left) and Columbus Neighborhoods hosted by Charlene Brown (center) and Javier Sanchez return with new episodes starting October 3 at 8pm on WOSU TV.

Broad & High hosted by Kate Quickel (left) and Columbus Neighborhoods hosted by Charlene Brown (center) and Javier Sanchez return with new episodes starting October 3 at 8pm on WOSU TV.

Share a toast with us Thursday nights as we showcase the people and places that make Central Ohio a great place to live. Starting October 3, it’s a whole new hour of inspiring local programming that brings the ‘happy’ back into television viewing.

Broad & High Season 7 Premiere
Thursday, October 3, 8pm on WOSU TV

Coming this season, from making macramé cool again to the installation of a new sculpture by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, season 7 of Broad & High celebrates art by going behind-the-scenes in artists’ studios, galleries and museums in Central Ohio.

Find out how classical musicians find a new audience in local pubs, get a bird’s eye view of the new murals gracing the Graduate Hotel in the Short North and meet award-winning filmmaker Julia Reichert whose latest documentary, American Factory, was just released on Netflix.

Broad & High is made possible through the support of the Greater Columbus Arts Council with contributing sponsors PNC and the Bill and Mae McCorkle Foundation.

Columbus Neighborhoods Season 6 Premiere
Thursday, October 3, 8:30pm, WOSU TV
Coming this season, history lives in stories, but also in food and everyday artifacts. Find out how the Livingston Seed Company near Reynoldsburg made tomatoes America’s favorite kitchen staple.

Architectural Historian Jeff Darbee visits the American Whistle Factory and the Columbus Washboard Company, plus producer George Levert visits locally owned shops with legendary food like Waldo’s G&R Tavern, home of the famous Fried Bologna sandwich.

The 2019-2020 season of Columbus Neighborhoods is made possible through the support of the American Electric Power Foundation, OhioHealth and Bailey Cavalieri.