Roy Underhill was a childhood hero, and now, as an adult, some things haven't changed. I love the energy, the chatter, the "bouncey" attitude. He makes hand tooling much more fun. I wonder if you can buy the full back log of past episodes on DVD?
There are over 100 episodes available online from the PBS website or on their apps for iPad, Xbox, etc.
I don't know if all of the seasons are out yet, but I think Popular Woodworking is working on releasing them. I have Season 1 from 1980 - the video quality is very poor, but the shows are entertaining. It is interesting to see how his methods have changed through the years.
I've also taken one of his classes and highly recommend it if you are a fan of the show.
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