Miller’s Pottery: Turning for Generations

December 18, 2018 Max 0

Alabama’s longest running family of potters were featured in the Alabama Public Television documentary “Miller’s Pottery: Turning For Generations” in 1997. The documentary was produced by Max Shores of the University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio.

The Chief: Calvin McGhee and the Forgotten Creeks

March 4, 2015 Max 0

The Creek Indians of south Alabama lived in isolation and poverty until Calvin McGhee came along. Despite treaty promises, they had been abandoned by the federal government. A farmer with only a fifth grade education, McGhee fought tirelessly for his people.

Richard Johnston: Hill Country Troubadour

September 12, 2013 Max 0

Richard Johnston’s ferocious one-man-band performances captivate, amaze, and astound audiences. He plays around the world, but his home stage is the sidewalk along Beale Street.