Now if only they could get Adelle Dazeem!
Yeah, so sure, make me think it's Idina Menzel, and IT's NOT! Jut
going to have to take the dissapointment, and "let it go.. let it go..."
BYUTV--along the Wasatch Front--had many more options available when the
international channel, with an English Audio track, was available. IMO, we would
have many more options available if the International channel was available to
all again, and if the station would establish separate sports and drama
channels. Some or all of these options may be available on the internet.
However, unless my daughter is around, that's a bit beyond my technological
expertise. We need more options and more help; the normal TV channels are
corrupt for the most part.As to re-runs, I don't mind them a bit.
Some of the Studio C episodes I could watch over and over.While we're
in critical mode, why do PBS Stations, including KBYU, brag so much about no
commercials; they have short ones all the time. And those frequent, interminable
telethons lead me searching for better material on other stations. That being
hard to find, I read scriptures and e-books off my I-Pad for a time!
Our family really loves what the MTC does and the excellence of their musical
abilities. However, management fell short when they doled out tickets to
Handel's "Messiah" in the spring (all tickets were gone in seven
minutes). Now, they are repeating the same mistake with a "fist-come, first
served".Patron interest will always exceed seating availability.
It's time for management to use the random selection process again.
AWESOME! This is definitely going to be epic. I WISH I could go!
This looks like a Great event!!Hope that we, who live outside of the
Wasatch Front area, will be able to participatevia BUY-tv. Is
it possible for us to see the Days of '47 Parade also?? In years past the
BYU-TVchannel used to let us see and hear these type events. In recent
years this has not been possible. Apparently the decision makers want us
to see another re-run of Studio Cor some other program that gets Constant
Re-Runs.Others agree too that the BYU-TV before 2010 had a Better
and More diverse selection ofprograms, especially from the LDS