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Emmy-winning documentary ‘Liquid Gold’ spotlights Tuscaloosa beekeeper

July 26, 2022; Northport, AL, USA; WVUA meteorologist Richard Scott checks his honey bees in a secluded area near Northport Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Scott removes a frame from one of his hives. Gary Cosby Jr.-The Tuscaloosa News

Tuscaloosa meteorologist Richard Scott has turned his passion for beekeeping into an Emmy-winning documentary.

Scott has worked with WVUA 23 since 2007 and he was promoted to the chief meteorologist position in 2010. When he’s not working at the television station, Scott spends a good part of his spare time as a beekeeper.

The University of Alabama’s Center for Public Television and Radio, in collaboration with WVUA 23, produced a short documentary last year that highlighted Scott and his beekeeping hobby.

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The five-minute documentary “Liquid Gold” captures some of Scott’s beekeeping responsibilities, including caring for the bees and extracting honey.

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