Seasonal Rangers Big Adventure
A routine paddle adventure turns a rescue mission for two seasonal ranger interns.
You won't find fancy bass boats powered by big gas engines at this tournament...just intense anglers going out with environmentally friendly kayaks powered by paddles.
Summer Solstice at Old Stone Fort
The Summer Solstice and Native American history combine for a unique event at Old Stone Fort State Park.
Friendly Fire at May Prairie
The May Prairie Natural Area is on fire! This story demonstrates how state scientists are using flames to help preserve the natural landscape of this magnificent prairie and wetland.
Natural waterfalls, medicinal plants and pristine waters give visitors of Tellico Wild some idea of what our native lands must have been like before the arrival of European Settlers.
Exploring the Past
Explore Johnsonville and Sycamore Shoals State Parks where living history performers take us into the past. Tennessee State Parks are an opportunity to learn and have fun in beautiful places all at the same time!
Buffalo River Adventure
For those looking to get away from it all, a fishing and camping trip down the Buffalo River...118 miles to its confluence with the Duck...is the perfect place to go.
A team of teenagers are involved in an educational reptile study with an organization called CRESO, which stands for Clinch River Environmental Studies Organization.
More of our latest episodes
Thanks for visiting the Wild Side! Our Emmy award-winning outdoor adventure show is produced by RockWater, LLC through the support of Nashville Public Television and the Tennessee State Parks. Wild Side is a vibrant voice for the environment, helping you experience and explore outdoor adventures just outside your door. Recognized as the “Best Outdoor Show in North America,” Wild Side is hosted by television veteran Steve Hall and airs on PBS stations across Tennessee and Kentucky. Check the schedule below for more.
Champions of Conservation
Wild Side is reflecting on the work of two champions of conservation, Tony Campbell and Mitchell Parks, who led a charge to rescue wildlife in Tennessee and restore populations of animals that were slowly disappearing in many parts of the state.
Caney Fork Firsts
High Octane Fishing Guide Joey Monteleone takes a slow drift to discover some new experiences on the Caney Fork River. His teacher on this trip is Susan Thrasher!
From Crops to Conservation
A family near Jackson, Tennessee changed its farming strategies to allow the kind of land management that creates habitat for wildlife.
- NPT - Nashville Public Television
Saturdays, 6:30pm; Sundays, 9:00am.
- WKNO-Channel 10, Memphis, TN
- ETP (Channels 2 and 15), Knoxville, TN
- WCTE-Channel 22, Cookeville, TN
Thursdays, 7:00pm; Saturdays, 9:30am.
- WTCI-Channel 45, DT29, Chattanooga, TN
- WLJT-Channel 11, Martin, TN
- Kentucky Educational Television
Tuesdays, 4:00pm ET/3:00pm CT