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.
A University of Alabama Honors College class helped create five public discussions broadcast on Alabama Public Television. Topics included fake news, rural healthcare, guns in Alabama, the opioid crisis, and the #MeToo movement. The programs were recorded in Studio UA, located in the University’s Digital Media Center.
Called the Black Belt because of its rich, dark soil, the area of Alabama traversed by Highway 80 was the staging ground for some of Alabama’s most significant moments in history.