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As a stand-up fellow, Roy Underhill still stands for traditional woodworking—33 years after he first axcepted the PBS call. Not one to hem and haw, although he does hew with gusto, Roy brings his characteristic quick wit and television verité, cuts and all, to the new 33rd season of The Woodwright's Shop.
Civil rights icon Rosa Parks offered a wonderfully Woodwright spin on a well-known quote (one with no clear-cut consensus on its origination), “Stand for something or you will fall for anything. Today's mighty oak is yesterday's nut that held its ground.” This mighty oak of a show starts its new season by making a Pennsylvania standing desk. Roy shows how hand tools were terrific back in the day—and still are today. From woodcarving to blacksmithing to saw sharpening, each episode of The Woodwright’s Shop with Roy Underhill explores how the timeless skills of our ancestors can enrich our lives…and might even save them. (source: www.pbs.org)
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