Healthy, Fit and Strong

Scene from “Healthy, Fit and Strong”

Bethel Park Public Access TV was the recipient of five awards Oct. 20 during the fourth annual Greater Pittsburgh Community Media Awards, hosted by Pittsburgh Community Television.

The award-winning BPTV shows are:

Snow plow

Scene from “Snow Plow Decorating Contest Results”

  • “Snow Plow Decorating Contest Results,”

nominated in the Arts category, produced by Susan Dolinar and hosted by Jack Driscoll. Individuals involved in the Bethel Park snow plow decorating contest and artist Chris Galiyas are interviewed. To watch the show, visit
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  • “Dead and Buried Treasures,”

Entertainment category, produced by Fiore Mastracci and hosted and created by Erik Sprowls. Captain Callico Drake hosts favorite old public domain horror movies. To watch the show, visit



Scene from “Dead and Buried Treasures”

  • “Let’s Talk Tailwaggers,”
  • Public Affairs category, produced and hosted by Susan Roberti and co-hosted by Amy Taylor. Roberti and Taylor go to Canonsburg Lake and speak with local photographer Rich McPeek about eagles, the best way to see them, challenges currently faced by both the lake and the birds, and what the public can do to help preserve the lake. To watch the show, visit
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    • “Passport to Pittsburgh Adventures,”

    Religious category, produced by Andy Amrhein and hosted by Kim Adley. Adley interviews Tim Hindes, creator of the Stronger Than Hate symbol, and visits the “Tree of Life Hearts Together” and “Lest We Forget” art installations at the University of Pittsburgh. To watch the show, visit



    Scene from “Passport to Pittsburgh Adventures”

  • “Healthy, Fit and Strong,”
  • Health and Lifestyle category, produced and hosted by Amy Taylor. She interviews athlete and stroke survivor Marie Bartoletti about her life, career and book, proceeds from which benefit the American Stroke Association. To watch the show, visit
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    “Our volunteer producers and creators do an outstanding job and it’s wonderful for them to have this opportunity for their work to be acknowledged,” BPTV director Dave Cable said. “And we’re always looking for more people to join our team of volunteers. If you’re a Bethel Park resident and have an idea for a show or would like to learn more about television, please call us.”

    To reach BPTV, call 412-831-3304 or email


    Scene from “Let’s Talk Tailwaggers”

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