Television Production & Awards
The following images connect to programs produced by Larry Patchett for Colorado Public Television’s flagship Public Affairs program, Colorado Inside Out.
Colorado Inside Out is a lively Public Affairs Program featuring Journalists, Pundits and Activists discussing world and regional events.
A Time Machine episode is produced each year to run as holiday programming. We look back to a year with issues that reflect or resonate with the present. We then produce the show as if our panel were working in the year we visit, complete with period looking sets and costumes. When possible, we also use period microphones to help transport viewers back to the eras we visit.
As you can see, Time Travel has been very good to the CPT12 team.
Colorado Inside Out circa 1964 ~The newest addition to the series
Colorado Inside Out circa 1935 ~2011 Emmy Award winning program
2011 Emmy Award winning Sound Design
Colorado Inside Out ~Old Auraria Neighborhood
This mini-documentary explores the history of Denver’s first neighborhood, Auraria. Most of the neighborhood was destroyed in the early 1970s to make way for the current campuses of the University of Colorado at Denver, Metropolitan State University and the Community College of Denver.