Under the Radar Michigan 4th of July Marathon

Join us Monday, July 4 starting at 10 am on Q-TV Create.

'UTR' host Tom Daldin on top of the Mackinac Bridge.

'UTR' host Tom Daldin on top of the Mackinac Bridge. Credit: Under the Radar Michigan

Tune in this July 4 for an all-day Under the Radar Michigan marathon. We're playing 27 episodes of the Emmy-winning series starting at 10 am on Q-TV Create.

Join host Tom Daldin as he travels to some of the most fascinating destinations around the state. We’ll climb to the top of the Mackinac Bridge, go to a St. John cider mill you can see from space, and visit Michigan’s everglades right in Saginaw.

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