New Web TV Show Brings Viewers Back To Simpler Times

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The Heirloom Market and Cafe in beautiful sunny Thomson, IL presents a variety web TV show that is geared towards reviewing a time when life was simpler. Co-hosts Bill Heid and Bob Whitten take a good-humored approach to showing us all how far we have drifted in society away from our core values. At the same time, they show us how important it is to get back to those times.

Old Time Heirloom Hour

"Today, people have busy lives but there's a yearning for a taste of those simpler values that have always defined America and made it a great place to live. We want to let people know that they can enjoy some of those values again if they choose to."

The Heirloom Market and Café along with its parent company, Solutions From Science, announces a new web-based TV show that brings viewers back to a time when life was simple with a satirical view of the present in comparison to the past. The show, called The Old Time Heirloom Hour, features guest interviews on topics such as gardening, fishing, hunting, old-time gospel singing, and down-home country fellowship of every kind.
In the most recent episode co-hosts Bill Heid and Bob Whitten talk to Irma Richter, a local woman about the economic changes she has witnessed through her lifetime. They also invite Irma to share a story about her near run in with John Dillinger. The show also features local musical talent Joe Joe Smith and Matt Bentley.
The going story in Thomson is that, “Thomson, IL is a place where the fish are always biting but no one will tell you where.” Bill and Bob’s good friend “Baitshop” Todd comes in to tell everyone what fish are biting and what seems to be the most popular bait of choice.
Bill and Bob are again joined by, Heirloom Solutions’ Senior Botanist, Nick Huizenga. Nick shares a reenactment of his experience picking potatoes in the field. Things get interesting when a brand new iPhone is harvested. After a brief rundown of the farming experience Bill and Bob are joined by The Heirloom Market’s, James Traver, to talk about the item of the week, handmade pottery.
“Today, people have busy lives,” said Bill Heid, show co-host and President of Solutions From Science. “But there’s a yearning for a taste of those simpler values that have always defined America and made it a great place to live. We want to let people know that they can enjoy some of those values again if they choose to.”
Viewers can see the show on Old Time Heirloom Hour - Brushes With the Law, John Dillinger, and More! Each show is filmed before a live audience inside the Heirloom Café.

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