"Joseph" TV Series Portrays Highlights from the Life of Joseph Smith
As part of the bicentennial commemoration of the birth of the Prophet
Joseph Smith, "Joseph," a documentary highlighting the Prophet's life
and works, will air on KBYU and BYU Television for six weeks beginning
Sunday, September 25. The six-part documentary series highlighting the
life and works of Joseph Smith will show on KBYU Sundays at 6:00 p.m.
mountain standard time. It will also air on BYU Television at 7:00
p.m. mountain standard time on Sundays, and at noon mountain standard
time on Wednesdays. The high-definition video series touches on parts
of Joseph Smith's life chronologically in six two-hour segments:
* Part 1: The Prophet's early years and the First Vision.
* Part 2: Translation and publication of the Book of Mormon.
* Part 3: Organization of the Church.
* Part 4: Construction of the Kirtland Temple.
* Part 5: The Kirtland apostasy and the Saints' expulsion from Missouri=
* Part 6: Joseph's Martyrdom at Carthage Jail.
The series is a joint product of BYU Broadcasting and the BYU
Religious Education Department. It incorporates the expertise and
insights of more than 30 Church history and doctrine professors from
Brigham Young University as well as other Church scholars. Andrew C.
Skinner and Susan Easton Black are the series' coexecutive producers.
"Joseph" focuses on parts of Joseph Smith's life that have a lasting
impact on members of the Church two centuries later.
"Hopefully viewers will take away an understanding that Joseph lived
an incredible life," said Susan Easton Black, also host of the series.
"It's a wonderful story that needs to be told again and again."
For more information about this program, visit www.byubroadcasting.org.