This weekend on SPORTSPAGE, Show-Me Ag, University Magazine and Season to Season Outdoors
On the Jan. 31 edition of SPORTSPAGE, original host, Bill Turnage returns to KMOS-TV to talk basketball with head coaches Kim Anderson and Dave Slifer. Both will discuss their recent trips to Jefferson City where both the Mules and Jennies took on the Blue Tigers of Lincoln University. We also join Coach A as he is inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame and talk to UCM's standout decathlete, Brent Vogel, in this week's Spotlights. Catch SPORTSPAGE @ 7 pm. on Thursday, and 5 pm. on Saturday, on KMOS-TV. Like us on Facebook! facebook.com/UCMSportspage
On Show-Me Ag this month
Missouri weather is consistently inconsistent, sometimes from hour to hour. But it seems like weather has gotten more variable and more severe. We are experiencing drought even now in the middle of winter but what does this mean for this year's growing season. Joining Kyle this month is Pat Quinan, climatologist with the University of Missouri extension and Commercial Ag Program. He's got some past records and maybe some predictions for the future. Show-Me Ag airs on the third Thursday of every month @ 8:30 pm, and again on the following Sunday @ 6:30 pm.
On Feb. 2nd, University Magazine takes and in-depth look at the Nursing program at UCM, The fans of Mules and Jennies Basketball show their exuberance through social media, and we get a behind the scenes look at a webseries in production by a group of Digital Media students.
On Feb. 1st, University Magazine brings you an encore airing of last week's episode of University Magazine. We look back at the sights and sounds of the 2012 Fall Commencement and ROTC Commissioning ceremony.
Catch University Magazine on Saturday @ 4:30 pm, with encore airings on Sunday @ 10:30 pm and the following Friday @ 8:00 pm. To see additional stories and producer favorites, visit our Facebook page, facebook.com/UCMuniversitymagazine .
Season To Season Outdoors
This fishing phenom has the blood of generations of world champion fishermen running through his veins. Following along the same pea gravel banks of his grandfather, Guido, his father, Dion and his older brother, Payden, Lawson Hibdon is working his way up the bass tournament trail and may even convince Tony to give up crappie and become a bass man! Get hooked on Missouri's great outdoors Feb. 3 @ 5:30 pm, only on KMOS-TV, Missouri PBS. If this airing gets away from you, catch the repeat Feb. 9 @ 7:00 pm.
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