Fridays at 8:30 p.m.
Repeats Sundays at 4:30 p.m. & Thursdays at 10:30 p.m.
Immense Possibilities pulls together the work of host Jeff Golden and other social inventors who share a clear set of beliefs, values, and goals in a weekly public TV visit with guests whose social creations are building vibrant communities. They’re solving challenges that the old systems can’t. They’re infusing others with realistic hope and inviting them to come alive.
With the new year comes a brand new season of Immense Possibilities, and the show’s title has never felt more appropriate. You’ll immediately notice the program’s fresh and vibrant new look. You’ll see us taking a big step towards a vision IP’s held from the beginning: to bring together passionate, creative people from different generations who share a determination to make their communities strong and healthy. That will be one result of our newly formed collaboration with Southern Oregon University, as talented students help us identify immense possibilities and turn them into brand new episodes.
How Do Arts Build Community?
Painting, sculpting, dancing, music, performing and spoken-word arts—they engage and inspire a lot of people, but are they really building healthier, more vibrant and functional communities? The answer, our guests clearly show us, is “yes.”
Discover the magic of one adult, one child, one book and one hour a week. With a commitment of just one hour a week, volunteers all over Oregon are offering young children a gift that can lead to a lifetime of enjoyment and advantages: confidence and competency in reading.
The Cycling Vision
A small vehicle supports big visions for healthier communities. It’s no secret that bicycles are becoming more popular and widespread in just about every community. What are the long-term visions and surprising social inventions of those on the front edge of cycling movement? Guests from Portland and southern Oregon talk about their visions for the future of bicycling from economics to access.
Scholarships That Matter
Scholarships offer life-changing opportunities to people ready to make the most of them. Few investments in people and communities pay off better than those that connect ambitious, hard-working people with modest amounts of money to open the doors of higher education. In most cases, one good chance is all they need.