Production of WFSU-TV’s ‘dimensions’ began in the autumn of 2007 with the goal of highlighting the interesting community events in our viewing area and possibly uncovering hidden gems of the Big Bend. Produced twice each month, the program contains interviews, performances, and on-location stories capturing the many great things North Florida and Southern Georgia have to offer.
As a brief example, WFSU’s camera crews have captured amazing video of rarely seen endangered whooping cranes arriving at a local refuge and have been among the first to climb the newly restored lighthouses along the waters of our Gulf Coast. We journeyed into the depths of the Caverns in Marianna and through the Coastal Dune Lakes in Walton County. We’ve previewed local theatre and musical events with performances by the Young Actors Theatre, the Capital Chordsmen Barbershop Group, and the Jazz group Dorian Q. We’ve told you about Festivals in Apalachicola, Perry, Thomasville, Monticello and Tallahassee. We’ve interviewed local organizations looking for volunteers like the American Red Cross, Relay for Life, and Habitat for Humanity. We’ve taken you hiking, fishing, and bird watching. We also provide monthly segments dedicated to education and gardening.
You can share your events with us too. View WFSU's online community calendar to see what else our viewing area has to offer or to add your event. Often we highlight WFSU community calendar events on the program. Help us discover all the different ‘dimensions’ of the Big Bend!
WHERE TO WATCH: Watch Dimensions the second, third, and fourth Wednesday of every month, at 7:30pm ET on WFSU-TV. Encore presentations are televised on the following Sundays at 10:00 am ET. For Comcast Cable customers in Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla Counties, you can view encore presentations on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 pm and Fridays and Sundays at 7:30 pm on 4fsu (Comcast Channel 4).
Host - Julz Graham
Prior to her role as host, she has worked in advertising, television and film production both in Sydney, Australia and Tallahassee, including WCTV-6 and the Florida Association of Broadcasters. Most recently she was an art consultant with Signature Art Gallery and Ed Jonas Studio.
Julz is originally from Sydney, but has lived in Tallahassee for many years. She lives with her husband, one son, two daughters, two rescue dogs and a cat called Ron.