The Crazy Characters of Public Access TV

On any given night, Berkeley's Channel 28 (BeTV for short) plays host to a range of local programming -- from the politically charged talk show "Stoney Speaks" to "Frank Moore's Unlimited Possibilities," which features a naked, quadriplegic host and a series of equally naked guests engaged in what can only be described as softcore porn. A typical '80s Wayne's World aesthetic generally prevails.

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Adam Grossberg is a reporter and documentary filmmaker living in the San Francisco Bay area.

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