the anything and everything talk and entertainment TV show



Potluck is back in the studio...when we can!

FPA and Potluck are now high def on COX Channel 1010! Still working on FIOS.

Hi! I'm the producer of the show, Gayle Yiotis, and no, Potluck is not a cooking show (although that doesn't mean we won't have cooking segments), it's a talk show. I named it Potluck because you just never know what we'll dish up next on this show. We will interview interesting people from all walks of life in the DC Metropolitan area, and even beyond.

Please scroll down to "Update" for news of upcoming shows.

Many thanks to Laura Hartman, one of Potluck's hosts, who kept Potluck going by interviewing guests via Zoom during the past months. We look forward to more interviews by Laura from time to time.

Meera Narasimhan has worked in the legal, educational, journalistic and performing arts fields. The acting bug caught her more than four decades ago and has gone viral in her blood now. She has acted in many community theater and professional productions in the DC-metro area for three decades and has been in a few off-off-Broadway plays. She has also acted in numerous feature films, short films, TV shows and in a music video. From time to time Meera hosts this monthly TV show “Potluck” on FPA channel airing in the DC metro area.

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Potluck airs on Fairfax Public Access, Channel 10, in Fairfax on Cox cable, and in Fairfax, Loudoun, Falls Church, Prince William, and Stafford counties on Verizon FIOS Channel 10, and Comcast in Reston, Channel 27.

Potluck can also be seen throughout the world on the Internet through YouTube. When they are up, click on the show you want to see on the left navigation bar and you can view the show in its entirety.


March will feature some scenes from the opening of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian which opened to the public in 2004. The procession, which took place September 21, 2004, was 20,000 strong of Native Americans from the lower 48, Alaska and Hawaii. The grand opening was celebrated in front on the U.S. Capitol and included a Native Nations Procession, Opening Ceremony and a First Americans Festival that lasted for six days. Opening day alone brought more than 80,000 people to the National Mall, which included Native Nations Procession participants.

Many more interesting shows in the coming months, so keep your eye on Potluck!

Please note: program schedule can be subject to change.

The 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 shows have been archived. Please click on the link on the left navigation bar to access these shows.


A VERY special thank you to my volunteers without whom these shows would not exist: Gail Ruf and M.E. YOU GUYS ARE my rock and beyond GREAT!

March 2023


  • Mar 1, 8:30 a.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening
  • Mar 8, 8:30 a.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening

  • Mar 3, 5:00 p.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening
  • Mar 10, 5:00 p.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening

  • Mar 4, 5:00 a.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening
  • Mar 11, 5:00 a.m.
  • NMAI 2004 Opening

  • Please note
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  • UPCOMING 2023

  • TBA

  • Read about the hilarious misadventures of two girls, fresh out of college, on their first trip to Europe in 1964.