The New Yankee Workshop
Debut: January 01, 1989
Ended: January 01, 2009
Debut: January 01, 1989
Ended: January 01, 2009

The New Yankee Workshop is a woodworking program produced by WGBH Boston, which aired on PBS. Created in 1989 by Russell Morash, the program is hosted by Norm Abram, a regular fixture on Morash's This Old House. The series aired for 21 seasons before broadcasting its final episode on June 27, 2009. The New Yankee Workshop featured the construction of woodworking projects, including workshop accessories, architectural details and furniture projects ranging from simple pieces to complex, high-quality reproductions of antique classic furniture. In the course of 21 seasons, approximately 235 projects were produced. In addition to furniture and cabinets, the show also focused on outdoor projects such as the building of a gazebo, shed, greenhouse, sailing boat, flag pole, mail box, cupola, and fences. The New Yankee Workshop theme song consists of a fast-paced guitar tune with a harmonica sound.

Intros
Credits
Posters
Quotes
Norm Abram: "Remember this, there is no more important safety rule than to wear these: safety glasses!"
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Norm Abram: "If you'd like to build your own version of (project name), a measure drawing is available with a materials list and you'll hear more about that before the program ends."
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Announcer: "To order a home video or a measure drawing of the project you've just seen, please call 866-545-9708."
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Announcer: ""The New Yankee Workshop" features the craftsmanship of Norm Abram, and is made possible by..."
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Norm Abram: "Hello, and welcome to the New Yankee Workshop. I'm Norm Abram."
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Norm Abram: "Before we use any power tools, let's take a moment to talk about shop safety. Be sure to read, understand, and follow all the safety rules that come with your power tools. Knowing how to use your power tools properly will greatly reduce the risk of personal injury. And remember this, there is no more important safety rule than to wear these: safety glasses!"
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