Scholar Technological Institute of Research, Inc.

TELEVISION APPEARANCES

Speaking on various subjects, Dr. Firpo Carr has appeared on several television shows in behalf of or in connection with Scholar Technological Institute of Research, Inc. for over 28 years. Below are some of his interviews. (Not list chronologically.)


Television Appearances


Television Program: Ancient Secrets of the Bible: What do the Dead Sea Scrolls Tell Us?

Type: Documentary 
Audience: Global
Director: David Priest

Writer: Joseph Meier
Subject Matter: Dead Sea Scrolls 
Location: Global
Date: 2007 
Duration: 26 min. 


Television Program: Ancient Secrets of the Bible: Moses' Ten Commandments: Tablets from God?
Type: Documentary
Audience: Global

Director: Timothy J. Nelson
Date: November 10, 1998 (VHS)
Subject Matter: Moses' Ten Commandments on stone tablets


Television Program: Ancient Secrets of the Bible: Shroud of Turin--Fraud or Evidence of Christ's Resurrection

Type: Documentary
Audience: Global
Studio: Blackboard Entertainment 

Subject Matter: Shroud of Turin, evidence of Christ's resurrection

Date: August 24, 1998 (VHS) 


Television Program: Mysteries of the Ancient World  
Audience: Global
Host(s): Darren McGaven (actor)

Director: Doug Campbell
Subject Matter: Ancient mysteries surrounding the Pyramids of Eqypt, Nostradamus,

the Bermuda Triangle and the Shroud of Turin
Location: Hollywood
Date: 1994 


Television Program: Ancient Secrets of the Bible 

TV Network: FOX TV
Audience: Global 
Host(s): Dennis Weaver (actor)
Subject Matter: Solving ancient mysteries of the Bible
Location: Hollywood
Date: 1992
Channel: 11, Los Angeles, California
Duration: 2 hours


(Note: This two-hour special program featured scholars, authors, experts, scientists, and archeologists from around the world and aired during the sweeps.) 

Television Program: Prime9News
TV Network: KCAL
Audience: Local, National/International
Host(s): Pamela Harvey and David Jackson
Subject Matter: Dead Sea Scrolls
Location: Paramount Studios, Hollywood, California
Date: September 27, 1991
Channel: 9 Los Angeles, California
Book Featured: The Divine Name Controversy (Vol. 1)
Duration: 5 minutes


(Note: Channel 9 is a CNN affiliate. The Huntington Library in San Marino, California had announced that the photographic copies of the Dead Sea Scrolls would be release to the world.)

Television Program: IBM and the Sacred Scrolls
TV Network: Continental Cablevision (later, Media One)
Audience: Local
Host(s): Jill Linder, University of Redlands
Subject Matter: Dead Sea Scrolls
Location: Paramount, California
Date: 1990
Channel: 47
Duration: 30 minutes


(Note: This was a local cable television program that aired for months. Other scholars on the show were Dr. Bruce Zuckerman of USC, Prof. Stanislav Segert of UCLA, Prof. John C. Trever, Director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project, and Nobel Prize laureate, Prof. Leon Cooper of Brown University.)

Television Program: Pacesetters
TV Network: KTLA
Audience: National/International
Host(s): Ray Gonzales
Subject Matter: The Divine Name Controversy (Vol. 1)
Location: TV Studio, Hollywood, California
Date: 1991
Channel: 5  
Book Featured: The Divine Name Controversy, (Vol. 1)
Duration: 30 minutes


(Note: Dr. Firpo Carr was the solo panelist.)

Television Program: Today's Religion
TV Network: KCBS TV
Audience: National/International
Host(s): Truman Jacques
Subject Matter: Dead Sea Scrolls
Location: TV Studio, Hollywood, California
Date: 1992
Channel: 2, Los Angeles, California
Book Featured: The Divine Name Controversy (Vol. 1)
Duration: 30 minutes
(Other panelists: Prof. John C. Trever, Father Michael La Foon of St. Mark's Antioch Church in Irvine, California, Dr. Ziony Zevit of the University of Judaism.)

Television Program: Drive-By Agony
Audience: Local
Hostess: Lorena Hawkins
Subject Matter: Black males surviving the ghetto
Location: TV Studio, Paramount, California
Date: Monday, July 6, 1998
Channel: Cable
Books Featured: Wicked Words, A History of Jehovah's Witnesses: From a Black American Perspective, Search for the Sacred Name
Duration: 30 minutes