In case you hadn’t heard, BYUtv is maybe the only channel out there that you need.
It’s hard to believe though that if you are LDS, you haven’t been sucked into hours and hours of Studio C watching with your kids. Haven’t you stayed up all night while your husband is out of town crying while you watch Turning Point? Story Trek? No? You mean you haven’t wiped away tears and blown your nose and said, “I’ll just do one more before I go to sleep,” and then push play? But there’s more! My 2 decade issue with making a good quality curry were solved during an episode of Food Nanny. And, where would I be with my pressure cooker if it hadn’t been for the inspiration and specific instructions from Chef Brad? Love you Man! And American Ride makes American History palatable.
This doesn’t even include the LDS movies, General Conference and Devotionals I can depend on. And, during the school year, I rush my kids out the door for seminary and I push play on the “Discussions on……Old Testament, New Testament, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants.” while I drink my Mint Magic or my Strong Happiness Blend. I can’t get my scripture reading in sometimes, but I can sit in front of the TV for a half hour from 6 to 6:30 am and read along with the BYU Ancient Scripture Scholars. I feel I know them so well after these years in the early hours, that I could make up trading cards with their faces and stats on them.
So, if you have never heard of BYUtv, time to find it. If you have cable or satellite, you have it, you just have to go way in the hinterlands of the channel numbers you never get to, to find it. You can also watch online here. [button link=”http://www.byutv.org/” type=”big” newwindow=”yes”] Link text[/button]
Pair it with BYU radio Sirius XM channel 143 in the morning for BBC news and you can pretty well round out your day.