ROANOKE, Va. – As simple as a click on a remote or a mouse, children will now be able to learn through new educational shows on Blue Ridge PBS, including one from a local teenager featured on the Food Network.
Blue Ridge PBS says they are the only station in the country developing educational programming like this.
At a push of a button, Blue Ridge PBS launched its new education channel called ECHO.
The channel will host a variety of shows to teach children science, personal development and explore Roanoke adventures.
One Roanoke native will get her own baking show.
Teaching people how to add a pinch of this and a dash of that, 13-year-old Taylor Pusha will host “Taylor Thyme.”
Pusha was a contestant on the Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship.
“I was 10 years old when I first thought of signing up for the show,” Pusha said. “So any age, young, old, just go for your dreams.”