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Beach Vickers

“The Mountaineer Traveler”

Beach’s latest project is “The Mountaineer Traveler,” a West Virginia public television broadcast of six travelogues, each portraying a recent visit to a different West Virginia state park and, finally, to one national park in the state.

In the series, Beach Vickers takes viewers on  personalized tours of West Virginia state parks, as captured by a sound/videographer and assisted on-screen by Youth Correspondent Gary Fish, to be broadcast in six half-hour-long episodes by West Virginia public television.

Gary Fish

Gary Fish

The new and unique public television series aims to promote the state’s outstanding park system and its part in showcasing West Virginia’s rich history and natural beauty. Rather than focusing only on providing a voice-over description of each location, West Virginia native and the program’s host Beach Vickers acts more as an on-the-scene reporter and a park visitor himself. He involves viewers in his own park experiences as if they are virtually there beside him. Vickers moves around the parks on-camera and with microphone in hand to share impressions as they occur. Each episode also includes an on-screen segment by West Virginia-born Gary Fish, a young man eager to share his distinct take on the parks with his own commentary and first-hand demonstrations of activities particularly appealing to young people, children and families.

A hallmark of each episode will be preplanned but essentially off-the-cuff interviews with park rangers and guides, as well as spontaneous interaction with local residents and other visitors enjoying the parks. Historians, authors and other experts will be consulted to ensure a humanities and historical context for the series, and some of them will be interviewed on camera, too.  Historical photographs will be shown, and music, much of it endemic, will be played. The goal is to inform and entertain armchair travelers and to inspire potential visitors.

West Virginia Public Television has shown its commitment to airing the project, depending on Beach Vickers, as producer, director and writer, to cover the full production costs through grants and sponsorship.  Such grants and gifts will be credited in broadcast versions and other marketing for the project.  Target for the first broadcast is 2010, depending on finances and production.