Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking
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Anybody have any news if this show with Tom McLaughlin is still alive? The last episodes were a year ago. (I know about the law suit and name change, just can't find out if any filming has gone on or will go on.) Appreciate any information any of you have.
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
(06-22-2019, 06:49 PM)Mark A Smith Wrote: Anybody have any news if this show with Tom McLaughlin is still alive? The last episodes were a year ago. (I know about the law suit and name change, just can't find out if any filming has gone on or will go on.) Appreciate any information any of you have.

I heard a rumor that there's filming in the works but nothing concrete.
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
They just started running the first season episodes again here.  At least I think they're the first season.  The projects are the same; the show's name has changed.
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
(06-22-2019, 06:49 PM)Mark A Smith Wrote: Anybody have any news if this show with Tom McLaughlin is still alive? The last episodes were a year ago. (I know about the law suit and name change, just can't find out if any filming has gone on or will go on.) Appreciate any information any of you have.
I'm looking forward to new episodes too - it's a very good show.

I emailed Fine Woodworking earlier this year and they said the show was on hold pending the outcome of the law suit.  Now that the suit is settled and FWW has changed the name of the show, I hope they restart production ASAP.


Mike
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
I’ve also been snooping around the PBS app on Roku looking for it to show back up.

It would be nice if they hosted the old New Yankee workshop episodes on the app as well
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  Re: RE: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by JDuke (I’ve also been snoop...)
(06-23-2019, 07:36 AM)JDuke Wrote: I’ve also been snooping around the PBS app on Roku looking for it to show back up.

It would be nice if they hosted the old New Yankee workshop episodes on the app as well

THIS OLD HOUSE website has been adding additional episodes of The New Yankee Workshop each month.  At this point they have about 3/4 of them available to view for free, on-demand.  If you want the measured drah-ring it's $15.

https://www.thisoldhouse.com/new-yankee-workshop
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
Yeah, I like the new show too. Tom McLaughlin seems very comfortable and relaxed in front of the camera. I hope they do a season 2 soon.
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  Re: RE: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by DaveR1 ([quote='Mark A Smith...)
(06-22-2019, 06:49 PM)Mark A Smith Wrote: Anybody have any news if this show with Tom McLaughlin is still alive? The last episodes were a year ago. (I know about the law suit and name change, just can't find out if any filming has gone on or will go on.) Appreciate any information any of you have.

(06-22-2019, 07:37 PM)DaveR1 Wrote: I heard a rumor that there's filming in the works but nothing concrete.

Thanks a lot Dave, and all who responded. I wait in hope.
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  Re: Classic Woodworking with Fine Woodworking by Mark A Smith (Anybody have any new...)
I’ve been invited to a Fine Woodworking drinks and snacks reception at the AWFS show next month. 
I will report back.
Ralph Bagnall
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(06-26-2019, 06:58 PM)handi Wrote: I’ve been invited to a Fine Woodworking drinks and snacks reception at the AWFS show next month. 
I will report back.

Great. Thanks.
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